Nov. 14, 2006
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- New Mexico junior midfielder Terryn Granados was named to the ESPN The Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic all-District VI first-team, as announced by the organization.
The Albuquerque, N.M., native, receives the award after carrying a 4.01 grade point average in business management. Granados started every game for the Lobos, recording two goals and three assists. Her solid play helped UNM finish tied for third in the regular-season and reach the semifinals of the Mountain West Conference Championship.
Granados becomes just the third player in New Mexico history to receive the honor and the first since 2003. The other Lobos to be recognized by CoSIDA were Erchen Theys (2002-03) and Michelle Longmire (2002).
Throughout her career, Granados has always excelled in the classroom. She was named to the 2005 Mountain West Conference All-Academic team and is a two-time Scholar-Athlete.
UNM recently finished the 2006 season with an 8-7-5 overall mark and had its first consecutive winning season since joining the MWC in 1999. For more information about Granados and the Lobo women's soccer team visit www.GoLobos.com.