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From the College’s seven Division I fall sports teams, 110 students were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. To be eligible for the honor roll, student athletes need to record at least a 3.20 grade point average during the semester.

Caroline Craver '15 kicks the soccer ball while shielding it from a defender.

Caroline Craver ’15 led the soccer team with a 4.0 GPA this fall.

The men’s and women’s cross country teams combined for 15 honor roll students, 11 for the women and four for the men. Colleen McGovern ’18 (North Wales, Pa.) led the women with a 4.0 GPA, while Matthew Weintraub ’18 (Flanders, Pa.) led the men with a 3.93.

A league-best 17 members of the field hockey team were named to the honor roll. Leading the team with 4.0 GPA’s were Kelsey Mead ’15 (Manasquan, N.J.), an economics major; Katelyn Arnold ’17 (Coopersburg, Pa.), a government and law major; and Casey White ’17 (Elkridge, Md.), a neuroscience major.

The football team had 30 members earn a place on the honor roll. Economics major Skyler Lash ’15 (Wyomissing, Pa.) posted a team-high 3.9 GPA.

The men’s soccer team had 14 students named to the honor roll. Chemical engineering major Todd Forrester ’16 (Williston, Vt.) led the team with a 3.94 GPA.

A league-leading 23 members of the women’s soccer team earned a place on the honor roll. Caroline Craver ’15 (Great Falls, Va.), an economics and policy studies double major, and Anna Wissler ’16 (Arlington, Va.), an art and economics double major, earned 4.0 GPAs.

The volleyball squad had 11 players named to the honor roll. English major Samantha Volk ’17 (Houston, Texas) held a team-high 3.93 GPA.

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  1. Richard L Kunkle '53 says:

    It makes me very proud! I love STUDENT athletes. That is what it is all about !

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