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Katherine Stevens ’17

Katherine Stevens ’17

From the College’s seven Division I fall sports teams, 103 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.

The men’s and women’s cross country teams placed 17 students on the honor. Chemical engineering major Emily Moore ’19 (Whitehouse Station, N.J.), chemical engineering major Erin Rome ’19 (Tunkhannock. Pa.), and neuroscience major Matt Weintraub ’18 (Flanders, N.J.) led the teams with 4.0 GPAs.

Field hockey landed 16 students on the honor roll. Government and law major Katelyn Arnold ’17 (Coopersburg, Pa.) had a 4.0 GPA to lead the team.

The football program had 28 student named to the list. Economics majors Collin Albershardt ’17 (Castle Rock, Colo.), Andrew Chuma ’19 (Ridgefield, Conn.), and Trent Crossan ’19 (Shoreham, N.Y.) all finished the fall semester with 3.93 GPA’s. Albershardt also received COSIDA

Dylan Royalty ’20

Dylan Royalty ’20

Academic All-District II and Academic All-Patriot League selections.

Men’s soccer placed 16 students on the honor roll. Engineering studies major Dylan Royalty ’20 (Columbia, Md.) led the team with a 4.0 grade-point average.

Sixteen members of the women’s soccer team were named to the list. Kaelin King ’17 (La Canada, Calif.), a double major in government & law and international affairs, was the team leader with a 3.90 GPA.

The volleyball team placed 10 students on the honor roll. Katherine Stevens ’17 (Fort Collins, Colo.), a double major in economics and government & law and foreign language, and Elizabeth Walsh ’18 (Rockville, Md.), a government and law major, each finished the fall semester with 3.93 GPAs.

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