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66 SLU Student-Athletes Earn LL All-Academic Honors

A total of 66 St. Lawrence University fall sport student-athletes earned Liberty League All-Academic honors in their respective sports, as announced by the Liberty League Commissioner Tracy King Monday afternoon. In total, 740 fall sport student-athletes have qualified for the league's All-Academic teams, the highest total for fall sports since the league began recognizing outstanding academic achievement. The previous high for fall sports was 630 student-athletes, achieved during the 2019 season.

To be recognized as a member of the All-Academic team a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.30. The Liberty League elevated the GPA requirement from 3.20 to 3.30 in 2016-17 to follow the established standard for eligibility for CoSIDA Academic All-America awards.

"Our student-athletes have always taken great pride in their academic pursuits," said King. "This is obviously a challenging time for our fall sport student-athletes. Not only have many had to adjust to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, but their traditional team activities have been altered as well. Despite the challenges that they've faced, they have continued to excel academically. I'm proud of their resilience and hard work."


Men's Cross Country

Matt Abell, So., Undeclared, Fairport, N.Y.

Charles Cahillane, Sr., Government, St. Johnsbury, Vt.

Jackson Hamilton, So., Undeclared, Acton, Mass.

Nicholas Mitch, So., English, Freeport, Maine

Women's Cross Country

Kayla Beck, Sr., Conservation Biology, Malvern, Pa.

Haylei Coolican, So., Undeclared, Syracuse, N.Y.

Catherine Kluchinski, Sr., Biology, Glenside, Pa.

Sadie Lingelbach-Pierce, Jr., International Economics-French, Hanover, N.H.

Eliza O'Donnell, So., Undeclared, Milton, Mass.

Katherine Sheehy, So., Undeclared, Newburyport, Mass.

Olivia Watson, So., Undeclared, Bar Harbor, Maine

Field Hockey

Cricket Barnes, So., Undeclared, West Hartford, Conn.

Ashton Coleman, So., Undeclared, Albany, N.H.

Molly Lake, So., Undeclared, Johnstown, N.Y.

Marlee Paterson, Jr. , Mathematics-Economics, Franklin, Mass.

Carley Sherwin, Jr., Performance & Communication Arts, Monkton, Vt.

McShane Sneath, Jr., Performance & Communication Arts/Psychology, Sudbury, Mass.

Isabel Thompson, Sr., Government/Business in the Liberal Arts, Waterford, Va.

Delaney Yates, Sr , African Studies-Government, Cazenovia, N.Y.


Bennett Cheer, So., Undeclared, Williston, Vt.

Kaleb Davis, Jr., Performance & Communication Arts, Cedar Hill, Texas

Kyle Frimel, Jr., Envir Studies-Mathematics, Cream Ridge, N.J.

Mason Giunta, Jr., Statistics and Business in the Liberal Arts, Medfield, Mass.

Daniel Greene, So., Undeclared, Waterbury Center, Vt.

John Hernandez, So., Undeclared, Pelham, N.Y.

Nathan Rosahac, So., Undeclared, Jim Thorpe, Pa.

Jack Saltus, So., Undeclared, Westport, Conn.

Peyton Schmitt, So., Undeclared, Harrisville, N.Y.

Davin Sweeney, Jr., Economics and Business in the Liberal Arts, Dedham, Mass.

Men's Soccer

Benjamin Cull, So., Undeclared, Oakville, Ontario

Niklas Francke, So., Undeclared, Carouge, Switzerland

Jonathan Gulcicek, Sr., Neuroscience, Madison, Conn.

Parker Hotchkiss, Jr., International Economics-Spanish, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

Ben Kelty, Sr., Physics & Mathematics, Flagstaff, Ariz.

Miles Levy, So., Undeclared, Bedford, N.Y.

Ryan Peter, Jr., Economics & Business in the Liberal Arts, Randor, Pa.

Robert Reynolds, Jr., Mathematics & Environmental Studies, Dana Point, Calif.

Max Sabo, So., Undeclared, Worcester, Vt.

Sam Sapnar, Sr., Economics, Rumson, N.J.

Andrew Terhune, Jr., Economics & Business in the Liberal Arts, Novi, Mich.

Kendrew Van Gorder, Sr., Economics , Bernard, Maine

Ben Woelfinger, So., Undeclared, Bad Homburg, Hessen, Germany

Women's Soccer

Hannah Arment, Sr., Government , Wilmette, Ill.

Lauren Arthaud, Jr., Economics, Psychology & Business in the Liberal Arts, Sutton, Mass.

Katie Clemmer, Sr., Biology, Yarmouth, Maine

Sam Cohen, So., Undeclared, Forestdale, Mass.

Emily Dearborn, Sr., Psychology & Biology, Wenham, Mass.

Hannah Dorfman, Jr., Biology, Syracuse, N.Y.

Emma Garrett, Sr., Biology, Sudbury, Mass.

Sylvie Holding, Sr., Environmental Studies - Government, Francestown, N.H.

Keelin Hurtt, Jr., Biology, Old Lyme, Conn.

Mimi Husinec, Sr., Biology, Canton, N.Y.

Phie Miles, Jr., English, Manchester, Vt.

Julia Mulhern, Sr., Economics & Francophone Studies, Beaconsfield, Quebec

Katherine Parsons, Jr., Government , Rockville, Md.

Tyler Potter, So., Undeclared, Northborough, Mass.

Madelyn Sumple, Sr., Biology, Southbury, Conn.

Grace Wagshul, So., Undeclared, Westerville, Ohio

Cynnie White, Sr., Psychology & Business in the Liberal Arts, Northport, Mich.


Madison Amico, Jr., English & Performance & Communication Arts, Ballston Spa, N.Y.

Alison Clark, Sr., Neuroscience, Yarmouth, Maine

Reagan Collier-Hogan, Jr., Sociology, Fort Edward, N.Y.

Lauren Donohue, Sr., Psycology, South Salem, N.Y.

Annika Kreppein, Jr., Performance & Communication Arts, South Glens Falls, N.Y.

Leila Nayar, Sr., Environmental Studies, Niskayuna, N.Y.

Allie Posnick, So., Undeclared, Syracuse, N.Y.

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