CHICAGO – Three University of Chicago student-athletes were selected to the 2019-20 Academic All-America At-Large teams by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Wednesday.
Women's diver Agnes Lo was a Third Team CoSIDA Academic All-American. An environmental and urban studies major, the graduated senior put together the most accomplished diving career in school history. She accumulated six All-American awards between the one-meter and three-meter diving boards. Within the University Athletic Association (UAA), Lo was a six-time conference champion and three-time UAA Diver of the Year. She departs UChicago with three school records as well. In 2019, she was the national runner-up in the three-meter dive and placed third in the one-meter dive, while also capturing NCAA regional titles on both boards.
Fellow graduated senior Tyler Raclin was also a Third Team Academic All-America recipient. As a four-year starter for the UChicago men's tennis team, Raclin was a three-time All-American in doubles. He captured three Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Region doubles titles during his career, and won the ITA Oracle Cup doubles championship (Division III) in Fall 2017. A computer science major, Raclin helped lead a Maroons squad that reached the NCAA Championship semifinals twice and defeated 40 nationally-ranked teams over the past four years. He amassed a career doubles record of 80-29.
Sophomore Ben Sarasin earned Third Team status as part of the UChicago wrestling team. The two-time All-American placed seventh at 174 pounds at the 2019 NCAA Championships and was named a 2020 NWCA First Team All-American at 184 pounds. An economics major, Sarasin posted a 26-1 record during the 2019-20 season, with a career ledger of 58-9. He is also a two-time UAA champion and the 2019 NCAA Upper Midwest Regional champion (174 pounds).
The CoSIDA Academic All-America Teams are voted upon by the membership of CoSIDA. Academic All-America recipients must be a starter or important reserve with at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) at their current institution.