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Chilliwack’s Allie Thiessen earns All-Academic status in Great Northwest Athletic Conference

The women’s softball star at Central Washington University had one of the highest GPAs on the list
Chilliwack’s Allie Thiessen enjoyed a productive season for the Central Washington Wildcats women’s softball squad, and earned GNAC All-Academic status. (Central Washington U graphic)

Chilliwack’s Allie Thiessen is used to being a standout on the softball diamond, but she also leading the way in the classroom.

A second-year student at Central Washington University, Thiessen was just named to the All-Academic Team in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). Seventy-two athletes were named to the team and only five had a grade-point average higher than Thiessen’s 3.91.

The Yale secondary (Abbotsford) grad is studying social services/sociology and this was her first All-Academic honour.

Thiessen’s school tied with Montana State Billings for the most GNAC selections with 15.

On the field, the outfielder was a fixture in the Central Washington lineup, starting all 30 games she appeared in. Of the Wildcat regulars, Thiessen had the fifth highest batting average at .354, contributing 28 singles, two doubles and two triples in 92 at-bats.

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Eric Welsh

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I joined the Chilliwack Progress in 2007, originally hired as a sports reporter.
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