Student-Athletes Named to Academic Honor Roll

Twenty-eight Diplomats have been named to the 2009 Centennial Conference (CC) Fall Academic Honor Roll. To be nominated, student-athletes must have participated in at least 50 percent of their teams' contests and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.40. Sophomores, juniors and seniors were eligible.

"We prize the academic accomplishments of our athletes at least as much as we prize their proficiency in their sports," says President John Fry. "They represent the high ideals of Division III athletics, and I am very proud of them."

Franklin & Marshall's football team led the way with seven members, and the volleyball team was not far behind, with six. The women's cross-country team had four members and the men's team had two. The field hockey team had three members on the list, as did the men's soccer team, while the women's soccer team had one player.

The following student-athletes were named to the Centennial Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll:

  • Elizabeth Albright '12, women's cross country
  • Ryan Bell '11, men's cross country
  • Lewie Briggs '11, football
  • Margaret Capp '12, women's cross country
  • Amy Chabitnoy ’11, women’s soccer
  • Franklin Dekker '10, men's cross country
  • Francessco DiMattia '10, football
  • Mariah Eble '12, volleyball
  • Kelly Farrelly '10, women's cross country
  • Shane Gray '11, football
  • Pam Horner '11, volleyball
  • Andrew Hutcheson '11, football
  • Jeff Kellar '10, football
  • Matthew Krantz '11, men's soccer
  • Austin Luskin '11, men's soccer
  • Katy May '12, volleyball
  • Edward Miller '10, football
  • Nicole Morano '11, volleyball
  • Caitlin Nallo '12, field hockey
  • Eric Noto '10, men's soccer
  • Erik Olsen '11, men's cross country
  • Eileen O'Reilly '11, field hockey
  • Jessica Poucel '12, volleyball
  • Lis Power '12, volleyball
  • Warren Savastio '12, football
  • Stolle Singleton '10, field hockey
  • Mark Surma '11, football
  • Grace Thompson '12, women's cross country
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