Announcing the Spring 2014 Academic All-Star Program


The USA Cycling Academic All-Star Program honors collegiate athletes that excel not only in their sport, but also in the classroom. This group is named twice a year — in January for track, mountain and cyclo-cross athletes and in June for BMX and road. To achieve Academic All-Star status the athlete must have attended a USA Cycling Collegiate National Championship in the specified term and have maintained a 3.5 or higher GPA for the semester or term during which the national championship occurred (or preceded it in the case of cyclo-cross).

We strongly urge all eligible athletes to apply for our inaugural class of Academic All-Stars, which will be honor road and BMX athletes this June. In addition to this we would encourage any interested athlete to apply for the Stenner and Kuck scholarships this coming fall, which honor academic, athletic and extracurricular achievements.


The MIT women's team trial riders on their winning ride in the Team Time Trial at 2013 Road Nationals.
The MIT women's team races to the finish in the team time trial at the 2013 Collegiate Road Nationals.
  • Student is a collegiate cyclist that has competed in at least one collegiate nationals event in the term being honored.
  • Student or coach must submit a transcript or the Academic All-Star Form with the school seal from the registrar’s office that verifies the semester GPA of the student (can be submitted electronically or through mail).

Forms and transcripts can be submitted via mail, fax or email to the below address. Mail must be postmarked by June 20.

USA Cycling Collegiate Programs
210 USA Cycling Point, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80919-2215
Fax: 719.434.4300

Any questions regarding eligibility should be directed to Emily Palmer, Interscholastic and Club Development Coordinator, at or 719.434.4202

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