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Tulsa's Harryman, Hinch and Pelley Named to C-USA All-Academic Teams

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Nov. 5, 2013

Irving, Texas - Tulsa seniors Hayley Harryman, Bradi Hinch and Camille Pelley were all tabbed to the Conference USA Women's Soccer All-Academic Teams, as announced today by the league office. Harryman and Hinch were first-team selections, while Pelley was named to the second team. Harryman also earned this same accolade a year ago, while Hinch was tabbed to the team as a sophomore.

Harryman, a goalkeeper from Castle Rock, Colo., maintains a 4.0 GPA in psychology. She was named to the Tulsa President's List and was a C-USA Academic Medal Winner as a sophomore and junior, and was tabbed to the Capital One Academic All-District VII first team as a junior and senior. Harryman has started in all 20 games this season, logged over 1,854 minutes in goal, picked up 64 saves and has a school record 11 shutouts.

A midfielder from Tulsa, Okla., Hinch maintains a 4.0 GPA in religion. She was named to the Tulsa President's List and was a C-USA All-Academic Medal Winner as a freshman, sophomore and junior, and was tabbed to the Capital One Academic All-District VII first team earlier this season. Hinch has started in 19 of 20 games this season, has a team-best six goals for 12 points, and has scored three game-winning goals.

Pelley, a midfielder from Arlington, Texas, maintains a 3.847 GPA in exercise and sports science. She was named to the Tulsa Dean's List as a freshman and sophomore, and to the President's List as a junior. Pelley was also a C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient as a freshman, and a C-USA Academic Medal Winner as a sophomore and junior. She has started in 17 of 18 games this season, and has three goals and two assists for eight points.