Ohio Wesleyan University senior Cirrus Robinson has been voted to the CoSIDA Academic All-America women’s track & field/cross country team, it was announced Tuesday.
Robinson was a second-team Academic All-America selection.
Robinson is a 4-time NCAA Division III champion and a 6-time All-America honoree in the high jump. She has won 9 North Coast Athletic Conference championships (6 in the high jump, 2 in the 400-meter dash, and one in the 200-meter dash), and is a 10-time All-NCAC selection.
Robinson has won 6 All-Ohio titles and 7 All-Ohio citations in the high jump. She received Ohio Wesleyan’s Nan Carney-DeBord Award recognizing the best senior female student-athlete and was an OWU Top 10 selection, recognizing impact on family, team, OWU, and the community. Robinson majors in early childhood education.
The Academic All-America teams are selected by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America. To be considered for the teams, one must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 or better and be a starter or important reserve.
OWU Sports Information contributed to this report.