BOISE, Idaho Led by first team selections Lex Case and Casey Phelps, five members of the Boise State University wrestling team have received all-academic honors from the Pac-10 Conference. League commissioner Tom Hansen made the announcement.
                Along with the selection of Case and Phelps to the first team, Jordan Brock, Andy Patrick and Tyler Sherfey received honorable mention honors from the league.
                Case has a 3.61 grade point average and is majoring in Spanish. Phelps earned his undergraduate degree in Education and Secondary Education in May of 2005. He is currently working on his Master of Arts degree in Curriculum and Instruction at Boise State and has a perfect 4.0 GPA.
                A junior from Ashton, Idaho, Case wrestled in the 165 pound weight class this past year posting an overall record of 5-10.
                A native of Rathdrum, Idaho, Phelps was the Broncos’ starting wrestler at 197 pounds and finished his final collegiate season with a record of 31-10. He placed third at the Pac-10 Tournament in late February, and posted a record of 3-2 at the NCAA National Championships in mid-March.
                Brock, a senior from Wasilla, Alaska, was Boise State’s starter at 141 pounds and recorded a 5-18 record this past season. He has a 3.11 GPA in Business Management.
                A freshman from Boise, Patrick was the Broncos’ number one wrestler in the heavyweight class and finished the year with a record of 24-15. He was third at the Pac-10 Championships and advanced to his first NCAA Tournament where he went 1-2. Patrick has a 3.09 GPA in Business Management.
                Sherfey is a red-shirt freshman from Kennewick, Washington and completed his first collegiate season with a record of 30-11. He was runner-up for the Pac-10 Championship in the 149-pound weight class and finished among the top 12 wrestlers at the NCAA National Championships where he posted a record of 3-2. Sherfey’s GPA is 3.0 in Business Management.
                To be eligible for selection, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall GPA and be either a starter or significant contributor.

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