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Stevenson Places 51 Student-Athletes on MAC Spring Academic Honor Roll

ANNVILLE, Pa. - A total of 51 Stevenson University student-athletes representing nine of its spring sport athletic teams were named to the 2013 Middle Atlantic Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll on Friday by MAC Executive Director Ken Andrews.

The honor roll comprises those student-athletes of sophomore class standing or higher who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 (4.00 scale) or higher and completed the playing season in good standing.

A total of 791 student-athletes from the MAC's 18 schools were honored on Friday. The Mustangs' national championship men's lacrosse team led the way with nine total selections while the baseball team had eight.

The men's tennis team, who won the athletic department's award for highest male team GPA this year, placed three student-athletes on the MAC honor roll while the 2013 Commonwealth Conference champion men's golf team had seven.

Stevenson has placed a total of 103 student-athletes on the MAC Academic Honor Roll this year, including 44 in the fall and nine in the winter.

A list of Stevenson's 2013 MAC Spring Academic Honor Roll selections are below.

Baseball (8)
Frank DiVincenzo, Jr., 3.97, Criminal Justice
Heath Johnson, Sr., 3.96, Business Administration
Brooks Miller, Jr., 3.74, Business Administration
Chris DeFeo, Sr., 3.66, Business Admistration
Ben Henry, Sr., 3.66, Paralegal Studies
Frederick Casper, So., 3.60, Accounting
Ben Hallam, Jr., 3.53, Business Administration
Brad Blum, Sr., 3.26, Business Administration

Men's Golf (7)
Alex Hosier, Sr., 4.00, Business Technology Management
Justin Hughes, Sr., 3.87, Business Administration
Randy Vehslage, So., 3.51, Business Administration
Michael Ercolano, Jr., 3.44, Computer Information Systems
Michael Beck, So., 3.32, Accounting
Ben Lukehart, Jr., 3.25, Business Administration
Sean Paul, So., 3.23, Computer Information Systems

Women's Golf (3)
Lauren Pollock, Jr., 3.86, Accounting
Breanna Ongley, So., 3.86, English Language and Literature
Wally Ann Wiscovitch, So., 3.36, Business Administration
Kate Kotoski, So., 3.29, Visual Communication Design

Men's Lacrosse (9)
Connor Curro, So., 3.77, Business Administration
Craig Baldwin, So., 3.63, Business Administration
Dave Borcik, Sr., 3.40, Business Adminstration
Callum Robinson, So., 3.52, Chemistry
Justin Buonomo, So., 3.35, Nursing
Andrew Bishop, Sr., 3.26, Business Administration
Kevin Cain, So., 3.23, Business Administration
Warren Pumphrey, Jr., 3.20 Business Administration
Tyler Reid, Sr., 3.20, Public History

Women's Lacrosse (5)
Kathryn Merrick, So., 3.94, Biology
Meg Gill, So., 3.76, Accounting
Amanda LeGar, So., 3.55, Nursing
Taylor Wright, So., 3.54, Criminal Justice
Olivia Baker, Sr., 3.24, Human Services

Softball (6)
Brianna Pichalski, So., 3.81, Psychology
Brianna Dieter, Jr., 3.67, Criminal Justice
Lindsay Kuczak, Jr., 3.58, Business Administration
Abby DeFeo, So., 3.34, Human Services
Kristen Fassler, Jr., 3.34, Psychology
Courtney Cook, So., 3.21, Nursing

Men's Tennis (3)
Anthony Carle, Jr., 3.70, Applied Mathematics
Nick Dunlap, Sr., 3.50, Business Technology Management
Eric Belton, Sr., 3.40, Criminal Justice

Women's Tennis (5)
Rachel Mullett, Sr., 3.85, Business Administration
Katie Fersch, Jr., 3.71, Visual Communication Design
Megan Heagy, Sr., 3.68, Paralegal Studies
Svetlana Widell, So., 3.48, Fashon Merchandising
Susannah Hoblitzell, Sr., 3.30, Biotechnology

Men's Track and Field (3)
T.J. Janasek, So., 3.80, English Language & Literature
Patrick Cristaldi, Sr., 3.66, English Language & Literature
Brendan Sarver, Jr., 3.50, Psychology

 

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