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Litnz named to Pac-12 All-Academic first team, Long, Brevick on second team

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The redshirt senior achieved the third highest grade point average on the first team.

James Snook-US PRESSWIRE

Washington St. Cougars wide receiver Andrei Lintz may not be doing as much on the football field as we imagined he would but you can still find him in the classroom. The redshirt senior was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team by achieving a 3.72 grade point average while majoring in sport management. It's Lintz's first appearance at any level of the All-Academic team.

Lintz had other teammates on the All-Academic team with him. Redshirt junior offensive lineman Zach Brevick was named to the All-Academic second team with his 3.23 grade point average in entrepreneurship. Senior linebacker Travis Long joins Brevick on the second team with a 3.02 grade point average in management and operations.

Six Cougs were also named to the honorable mention list. Freshman long snapper Alex Den Bleyker, junior offensive lineman John Fullington, junior kicker Andrew Furney, redshirt junior quarterback David Gilbertson, sophomore linebacker Logan Mayes and sophomore receiver Kristoff Williams we're all named to the honorable mention list.

To be named to the academic team, student athletes must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and be a starter or significant contributor.