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Purdue Ag student-athletes recognized for academic excellence

Three student-athletes in the College of Agriculture were recognized for academic excellence by the Big Ten Conference. Emma Tate was named a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar for achieving a GPA of 3.7 or higher during the 2022-2023 school year. Brenna Shaw, Emma Tate and Payne Turney were named Academic All-Big Ten honorees for maintaining a 3.0 cumulative GPA during the spring semester.

Emma Tate West Lafayette, Ind. / Women's Cross Country and Track & Field
Brenna Shaw New Palestine, Ind. / Women's Track & Field
Payne Turney Clinton, Ill. / Women's Track & Field

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