Kevin earned third-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America distinction in 2009 and led SLU in scoring (14.1 ppg.), three-point field goals (70) and steals (40). A two-time Academic All-Conference selection, Lisch earned third-team All-Atlantic 10 honors this season.
Theresa established schools records this season for points in a season, free throws made in a career and season, and points in a game (37 at La Salle). In the classroom, the Belleville, Ill., native boasts a 3.95 grade-point average as a communication sciences and disorders major and was named a First-Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America.
"It's an honor for the Division I-AAA ADA to annually award these academic all-star teams," stated Jean Lenti Ponsetto, chair of the Division I-AAA ADA Scholar-Athlete Team Selection Committee and athletics director at DePaul University. "These student-athletes personify the definition of student-athlete, both on and off the court. Our Association is proud to be represented by such a strong group of student-athletes."
A special Review Committee of Division I-AAA athletics directors were responsible for selecting the winners. Completing this task were Committee Chair Jean Lenti Ponsetto, DePaul; Pete Carlon, Texas Arlington; Don DiJulia, St. Joseph's; Gene Doris, Fairfield; Bill Husak, Loyola Marymount; Kelly Mehrtens, North Carolina Wilmington; John Planek, Loyola (Ill.); and Scott Street, Texas A&M Corpus Christi.
Note: NCAA Division I-AAA includes school that do not play football.