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Six agriculture students named Academic All-Big Ten

Six student-athletes from Purdue University's College of Agriculture earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition during the fall 2021 sports season.

 

Emma Ellis in volleyball court EMMA ELLIS

Animal Sciences

Charlotte, North Carolina

Volleyball

 

 

Leah Keesling running outdoorsLEAH KEESLING

Food Science

Modac, Indiana

Cross Country

 

 

Emma Keesling running outdoorsEMMA KEESLING

Agriculutal & Biological Engineering

Modac, Indiana

Cross Country

 

 

Emma Tate running outdoorsEMMA TATE

Botany and Plant Pathology

West Lafayette, Indiana

Cross Country

 

 

Payne Turney running outdoorsPAYNE TURNEY

Biochemistry

Clinton, Illinois

Cross Country

 

 

Chris Van Eekeren on the football fieldCHRIS VAN EEKEREN

Agricultural Economics

Chesterton, Indiana

Football

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