"In her 14 years as a competitive cyclist, Coryn Rivera has already accomplished a great deal. She turned professional at age 16 and has amassed a total of 71 US national championships in four different cycling disciplines: road, track, cyclocross, and MTB. 71 us national titles thanks to racing in the junior, collegiate, U23, and professional categories over her career.
She has competed at the highest levels of the sport such as senior & junior world championships, track world cups, UCI road world cups, and pan american championships. And is currently the first ever American, male or female, to win the Tour of Flanders, also known as de Ronde van Vlaanderen. She races professionally for UCI women’s world tour: <a href="http://teamsunweb.com/" title="Team Sunweb">Team Sunweb</a> and is an alumni of <a href="http://marian.edu/" title="Marian University">Marian</a> University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in business marketing with a concentration in entrepreneurship."
In order to be named to the Academic All-Star class athletes must compete at one of the USA Cycling National Championships and have a term GPA of at least 3.5.