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84 Student-Athletes Make the Winter 2018 MASCAC All-Academic Team

April 19, 2018
By: Worcester State University News

The Worcester State University Athletic Department has placed 84 student-athletes on the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Winter 2018 All-Academic Team.

Student-athletes who compete in championship varsity sports offered by each of the MASCAC institutions during the course of the winter 2018 athletic season and have achieved a 3.20 cumulative or semester-based grade point average during the semester are eligible for selection to the Winter All-Academic Team.

Worcester State’s women’s basketball and women’s indoor track and field teams had the highest percentage of student-athletes make the All-Academic Team (93% and 81%, respectively), while four of the five winter Lancer teams held a cumulative team GPA of a 3.00 or higher.

“I continue to be impressed with our student-athletes not only for their athletic skills, but their accomplishments in the classroom,” commented Director of Athletics Michael Mudd. “As a Division III institution, we put a high importance on academics and these young adults are a true test to the definition of a student-athlete.”

A total of 415 student-athletes have been honored by the MASCAC. Westfield State University placed the most student-athletes on the MASCAC Winter 2018 All-Academic Team with 101 total, while Worcester State University is second with 84, Bridgewater State University is close behind in third with 83, Fitchburg State University is fourth with 56, and Salem State University is fifth with 39 student-athletes on the team.

“I want to applaud all of the student-athletes who were named to the MASCAC Winter 2018 All-Academic team,” Commissioner Angela Baumann said. “Success in the classroom is as important as success on the playing field and our student-athletes exemplify that as shown by the number of them on this team.”

Men’s Basketball

Tucker Llewelyn
Michel Toney

Women’s Basketball

Kaitlyn Berkel
Catherine Blatchford
Emily Carens
Colleen Cutting
Samantha Ellis
Alyssa Espinosa
Karalyn Gallella
Brianna Hackett
Brittany Herring
Shaye Lane
Paige Senatore
Katelyn Suprenant
Catherine Sweeney

Men’s Ice Hockey

Aaron Callan
Timothy Drevitch
Khalil East
Andrew Etheridge
Kyle Griffen
Kyle Hayter
Ryan James
Jake Karelas
Matthew Manning
Michael Moran
Francis Palczynski
Michael Palmer
Nick Patullo
Alexander Pommerville
Erik Pritchard
Mitchell Purdie
Joshua Reinstein
Cody Slocum
Cody Weaver
Colin Whitt

Men’s Indoor Track and Field

Elmer Acuna
David Caron
Anthony Christo
Patrick Donahue
Abdulrazak Frederick
Giovanny Guzman
Marques Johnson
Manasseh Konadu
Devin Luce
Elijah Mawejje
Carlos Nieves
Scott Page
Zachary Poitras
Jacob Roumanos
Patrick Scheeler
Lenny Then
Marcus Viera
Hoang Vo

Women’s Indoor Track and Field

Asgerdur Agustsdottir
Julianne Bernazani
Doreen Buabeng
Trisha Cheever
Kayla Corcoran
Abigal Danso
Laura DelleChiaie
Monika DiTroia
Megan Foley
Amanda Gevry
Courtney Guay
Lindsey Hoggins
Rachel Lauzon
Hannah LoChiatto
Lea Markham
Stephanie McFadries
Sara Mclsaac
Bernice Mensah
Olivia Morin
Justine Murdocca
Avery Nugent
Elisabeth Olson
Shaylee Puleo
Megan Rouillard
Riley Shaugnessy
Kyra Siano
Brenda Thomas
Lauren Waters
Kendra Wynn
Anne von Zweck

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