Are you smarter than a Pac-12 basketball player?

2012-04-05T11:09:00Z Are you smarter than a Pac-12 basketball player?By Patrick Finley Arizona Daily Star
April 05, 2012 11:09 am  • 

The Pac-12 announced its all-academic team today, which included all regular contributors whose grade-point average was at least 3.0

Stanford had four players on the first or second team. The Arizona Wildcats had no one on either of the first two teams or honorable mention.

Here's a look at the team:

First Team

Sabatino Chen, Colorado — 3.56 GPA, Mathematics major

John Gage, Stanford — 3.66 GPA, Undeclared

Trent Lockett, Arizona State — 3.32 GPA, Business Communications

Rhys Murphy, Oregon State — 3.77 GPA, Psychology

Jack Trotter, Stanford — 3.73 GPA, Economics

Second Team

Harper Kamp, Cal — 3.17 GPA, American Studies

Abe Lodwich, Washington State — 3.17 GPA, Communications

Josh Owens, Stanford — 3.10 GPA, Economics

Patrick Simon, Washington State — 3.34 GPA, Undeclared

Andrew Zimmerman, Stanford — 3.23 GPA, Psychology

Honorable mention: Stefan Nastic, Stanford; Dwight Powell, Stanford; Shane Harris-Tunks, Colorado; Angus Brandt, Oregon State; Jorge Gutierrez, Cal; Charlie Enquist, Washington State; Garrett Sim, Oregon; Josh Huestis, Stanford; Anthony Brown, Stanford; Brendan Lane, UCLA.

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