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Three agriculture students named Academic All-Big Ten

Three student-athletes from Purdue University's College of Agriculture earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition during the winter sports season. They were among 68 Purdue student-athletes to earn the title across the university.

To qualify for Academic All-Big Ten honors, student-athletes must carry a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher while enrolled full-time.

This year's recipients, pictured below, represent the departments of botany and plant pathology, biochemistry and horticulture and landscape architecture.

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Nathan Barsanti

Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

Brentwood, California

Swimming & Diving

Cassidy Hardin in Purdue basketball uniform

Cassidy Hardin

Biochemistry

Bargersville, Indiana 

Basketball

E than Smiley wrestling

Ethan Smiley

Botany and Plant Pathology

Beech Grove, Indiana

Wrestling

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