BOURBONNAIS, IL (06/09/2011)(readMedia)-- Olivet Nazarene University announces its student-athletes who recently received a Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference All-Academic award.

Moline resident Erica Engelbrecht was a senior at Olivet majoring in biology during the 2010-2011 academic year and competed on Olivet's women's tennisteam.

Moline resident Nicholas Mizeur was a junior at Olivet majoring in youth ministry during the 2010-2011 academic year and competed on Olivet's men's track and field team.

Olivet's Tiger athletes earned 48 of the 218 Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference All-Academic awards this spring, the highest total of any school in the 15-team conference.

Sports honored with the spring CCAC All-Academic awards include baseball, softball, men's golf, women's tennis and both men's and women's track and field. To receive the award, a student-athlete must have a 3.25 grade point average or higher and have earned at least 30 semester or 45 trimester hours. The student-athlete must also be enrolled at the institution for a minimum of one academic year.

Olivet Nazarene University is an accredited Christian, liberal arts university offering over 120 areas of study. It is centrally located in the historic village of Bourbonnais, Illinois - just 50 miles south of Chicago's loop - with additional School of Graduate and Continuing Studies locations in Oak Brook and Rolling Meadows, Ill. and throughout Chicagoland.

ONU news is also available on the web. Go to and click on "News & Events." Licensed University photos and official logos available upon request.

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