SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Alicia Weber of the Sacramento State women''s rowing team was one of 16 student-athletes named to the 2001 USRowing Collegiate Honor Roll team, it was announced by the organization on Tuesday.
Weber, who completed her eligibility at the conclusion of last season, was named to the second team. A 5-8 native of Placerville, Calif., Weber graduated with a bachelor''s degree in business administration with a double concentration in strategic management and human resources management. She also minored in Spanish and finished with a 3.97 gpa. Weber sat in both the bow and two seats with the varsity eight last season and competed with the top boat in 32-consecutive regattas over the last three years.
The USRowing Collegiate Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who have excelled in both academics and rowing. Applicants must have rowed in a women''s priority boat that raced at a league championship, have completed four semesters of academic work and have earned a minimum 3.2 cumulative grade point average.
Weber helped the Hornet varsity eight to a 5-3 dual-meet record last season including its second-consecutive WIRA (Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association) championship.