Sullivan is the fourth Cyclone since 1994 to earn academic All-America honors. Fred Hoiberg was a two-time selection (1994, second-team; 1995, first-team), Julius Michalik was a third-team pick in 1994 and Paul Shirley earned second-team honors in 2001.
2003 Verizon Academic All-America University Division Men's Basketball Team
Matt Bonner, Florida, Sr., Concord, N.H., 3.98, Business Adm.
Clint Cuffle, Evansville, Jr., Riverton, Ill., 3.77, Engineering
Adam Mark, Belmont, Jr., Bremen, Ind., 3.94, Computer Science
Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, So., Houston, Texas, 3.73, Finance
Brett Starkey, Denver,, Jr., Lakewood, Colo., 3.96, Biology
David Bennett, Marist,, Sr., Salt Lake City, Utah, 3.99, Business Adm.
Jason Blair, San Diego, Sr., Phoenix, Ariz., 3.59, Business Adm.
Adam Hess, William & Mary, Jr., Grosse Point, Mich., 3.51, Finance
James Jones, Miami (Fla.), Sr., Miami, Fla., 3.40, Finance
Michael Lindeman, Creighton, Jr, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 3.92, Finance
Dedrick Dye, Wagner, Sr., Clinton, Tenn., 3.72, Business Adm.
Carl English, Hawaii,, Jr., Patrick's Cove, Newfoundland, 3.28, Liberal Studies
Blake Stepp, Gonzaga, Jr., Eugene, Ore., 3.21, Business Adm.
Jake Sullivan, Iowa State, Jr., Oakdale, Minn., 3.33, Psychology
Chris Hill, Michigan State, So., Indianapolis, Ind., 3.90, Undecided
Jason Parker, Tulsa,, Jr., Tulsa, Okla., 3.57, Mgmt. Info Systems