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Mark Munoz named Oklahoma State Male Student-Athlete of the Year



STILLWATER, Okla. - Mark Muņoz was honored as the 2000-01 OSU Male Student-Athlete of the Year. Muņoz won his first national championship this past March with a 5-3 win over Illinois' Pat Quirk at 197 pounds. The fifth-year senior compiled a 121-31 career record, while garnering All-America honors in 2000 and 2001. Muņoz also won the Big 12 Championship at 197 pounds in 2000 and 2001. The Vallejo, Calif. native sports a 3.41 GPA in health promotions and is a two-time first team Academic All-Big 12 performer. Muņoz also captured first team NWCA Academic All-America honors a year ago and is nominated again in 2001. Muņoz has been named to the Big 12 Academic Honor Roll seven times. He is also nominated for NCAA and Big 12 post-graduate awards this spring. Muņoz is the fourth wrestler to be named OSU Male Student-Athlete of the Year in the seven-year history of the award. OSU Male Student-Athlete of the Year 2001: Mark Muņoz, wrestling 2000: Jeff Ragan, wrestling 1999: Josh Holliday, baseball 1998: Steven Schmidt, wrestling 1997: Mark Branch, wrestling 1996: Trip Kuehne, men's golf 1995: Rafeal Denson, football
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