Newberry Observer

Wolves land 14 on ECAC Division II All-Academic Team

DANBURY, Conn. – Field Hockey continues their off season academic recognition with the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II League 2017 All-Academic team.

In total there were 68 student-athletes from the six institutions that earned this honor for their accomplishments in the classroom. Lindenwood and Mercy were the two schools that nabbed the most all-academic athletes with 15 a piece.

Instate rivals Limestone and Newberry tabbed 14 selections with Bellarmine being represented by seven student-athletes while Belmont Abbey rounded out the list with three.

The qualifications for the All-Academic Team, student-athletes must carry a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher and have completed at least one full year at their current institution.

The 14 field hockey players selected were: Gabrielle Bazemore, Victoria Corriston, Allison Davis, Megan Eisenhardt, Dakota Elzy, Olivia Fraunfelter, Brady Keeler, Alyssa Kessler, Mariah Lee, Kristyna Oyola, Amber Singer, Haley Smith, Shannon Springer and Elise Utne.

Fourteen Wolves landed offseason academic recognitions by being named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II League 2017 All-Academic team.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_b36a63bf-3613-4abd-9876-64130b8023c8.jpgFourteen Wolves landed offseason academic recognitions by being named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II League 2017 All-Academic team. Courtesy photo

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