The Hope College women’s track and field team claimed All-Academic Team honors from the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association for the 2021-22 school year.
Additionally, four members of the team were chosen as All-Academic Athletes by the USTFCCCA: Jacinda Cole, Rebecca Markham, Greta Robrahn and Ana Tucker.
Led by head coach Kevin Cole, the Flying Dutch recorded a 3.628 team grade point average.
All four individual honorees helped Hope earn a fourth consecutive MIAA outdoor track and field championship.
Cole (Holland, Michigan / West Ottawa HS) is a runner, English Language Arts major and 2022 graduate.
Markham (Hoffman Estates, Illinois / William Fremd) is a sophomore runner who is majoring in civil engineering.
Robrahn (Zeeland, Michigan / Zeeland East) is a freshman thrower.
Tucker (Midland, Michigan / H.H. Dow) ran to two All-America honors at the outdoor championships as a junior, finishing fifth in the 5,000 meters and eighth in the 10,000 meters. The exercise science major claimed all-region honors in both events. Tucker also qualified for the indoor championships in the 5,000 meters.