Bonds Named to Big 12 "Good Works" Team

DALLAS, Texas Kansas State cross country’s Morgan Bonds was named to the inaugural Big 12 Fall Sports “Good Works” Team. The 12-member team is made up of one student-athlete from each Big 12 school that participates in the fall sports of football, cross country, volleyball, or soccer.


Bonds, a native of Hutchinson, Kan., was selected by Kansas State coaches for recognition based upon significant community service, good academic standing and participation in a Big 12 sponsored sport.


Recently named a First-team Academic All-Big 12 member, Bonds serves as the captain of the 2006 cross country team. She has a pair of top-10 finishes this season, with her best finish coming at the Kansas State Invitational on Sept. 8, where she turned in a fifth-place finish.


Beginning this athletic year, the Big 12 will announce 12-person “Good Works” teams for fall, winter (men’s basketball, women’s basketball, swimming and diving, gymnastics, wrestling), and spring sports (golf, tennis, track and field, softball, baseball).



2006 Big 12 Fall Sports Good Works Team


Maurice Linguist                  Sr.             Baylor                   Football

Therese Vinal                      Jr.              Colorado               Volleyball

Jenny Mockler                     Sr.             Iowa State             Cross Country

James McClinton                 Jr.              Kansas                 Football

Morgan Bonds                     Jr.              Kansas State        Cross Country

Jessica Vander Kooi            Sr.             Missouri                Volleyball

Betsy Miller                         Jr.             Nebraska               Cross Country

Carl Pendleton                     Sr.            Oklahoma               Football

Darnell Smith                       Sr.            Oklahoma State      Football

Leticia Armstrong                 Jr.             Texas                    Volleyball

Chad Schroeder                   Sr.            Texas A&M             Football

Antonio Huffman                  Sr.             Texas Tech             Football