44 from Track and Field Earn Academic Honor Roll Status

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June 20, 2013

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EASTON, Pa. – The Lafayette track and field team placed 44 members on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, it was announced Thursday. Seven members of the squad posted perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the spring semester.

To be eligible for the spring Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.20 grade-point average in the spring semester and participate in one of the Patriot League’s winter or spring championship sports.

For the men, seniors Nick Hepp, Ryan McVeigh and Nick Orzol, along with freshman Thomas Day, posted 4.0 grade-point averages. All four classes were represented from the team and the honorees differentiated between 12 academic majors.

On the women’s side, seniors Megan Matusky and Kelly Senters, along with sophomore Claire Murphy, were the 4.0 GPA representatives. All four classes were represented from the women as well, including 12 academic majors.

Men
Nick Carboni Sr. Computer Science 3.90 West Babylon, N.Y./West Babylon
Chris Castello So. Engineering 3.48 Hackettstown, N.J./Hackettstown
Thomas Day Fr. Physics, 4.0 Haddam, Conn./Haddam Killingworth
Alex DeWeese
So. Chemistry 3.40 Towson, Md./ Gilman School
Neil Franzese Jr. Psychology 3.50 Basking Ridge, N.J./ Ridge
Derrick Hargwood Jr. Mech. Engineering, 3.48 Metuchen, N.J.
Brendan Harney So. Chemical Engineering 3.60 New York, N.Y./ Poly Prep
Nick Hepp Sr. Engineering 4.00 Sarasota, Fla./The Out of Door Academy 
Peter Koval Fr. Physics 3.93 Ferdale, N.Y./ Liberty
Ryan McVeigh Sr. Engineering 4.00 River Edge, N.J./River Dell 
Colton Mitchell Fr. Chemical Engineering 3.60 Coopersburg, Pa/Palisades
Dayne Mosconi Sr. Mech. Engineering, 3.33 Tenafly, N.J./Tenafly
Nick Orzol Sr. Electrical and Computer Engineering 4.00 Mecerville, N.J./Notre Dame  
Jonathan Passmore Fr. Computer Science 3.85 Stroudsburg, Pa./ Stroudsburg 
Juannell Riley So. Government & Law 3.85 Bronx, N.Y./Bronx School of Science 
David Robinson Jr.. Anthropology & Sociology 3.68 New York, N.Y./Trinity 
Jordan Roses Fr. Mathematics-Economics 3.35 Hillsdale, N.J./ Pascack Valley 
Tim Shaw Jr. Mechanical Engineering 3.34 Mountain Lakes, N.J./Mountain Lakes 
Michael Smitelli Fr. Mechanical Engineering 3.85 Huntingdon Station, N.J./ Walt Whitman
Andrew Warshauer So. Chem. Engineering, 3.54 Warren, N.J./Watchung Hills
Drew Williams Jr. Geology 3.58 Collegeville, Pa./Spring Ford 

Women 
Simran Bains So. Biology, 3.25 Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge
Stephanie Benko Fr. Biology 3.78 New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan
Elizabethann Coradino Sr. English, 3.8 Berwyn, Pa./Delaware County Christian
Rachel Douglas So. English and Anthropology & Sociology 3.68 Branchburg, N.J./ Somerville 
Kara Falvey Sr. Biology, 3.93 Pompton Lakes, N.J./Pompton Lakes
Hallie Farber Jr. Mathematics 3.35 Livingston, N.J./Livingston 
Haley Langton So. Art 3.25 Hamilton Square, N.J./ Notre Dame
Vicky Luongo So. Biochemistry, 3.68 West Seneca, N.Y./West Seneca West
Chelsea Marone Sr. Anthropology & Sociology and Spanish 3.7 Boonton Twp, N.J./ Mountain Lakes
Megan Matusky Sr. English and Psychology 4.0 Ardmore, N.J./ Haverford
Claire Murphy So. Psychology 4.0 Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y./ The Ursaline School
Casey O’Brien So. Psychology 3.78 Perkasie, PA./ Pennridge 
Rachel Pena Jr. English 3.47 Ridgefield Park, N.J./ Ridgefield Park 
Katherine Piazza Sr. Psychology 3.75 Bethlehem, Pa./ Liberty
Kelly Senters Sr. Government & Law and IA 4.0 Center Valley, Pa./ Southern Lehigh
Devin Smith Fr. Chemistry 3.43 Andover, N.J./ Pope John XXIII 
Jennifer St. Onge Sr. Economics 3.23 New Providence, N.J./ Governor Livingston
Elizabeth Troisi Jr. Biology, 3.85 Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry
Grace Watters So. Chem. Engineering, 3.88 Red Bank, N.J./Middletown South
Rose Willey Jr. Mathematics-Economics, 3.93 Brookfield, Conn./Brookfield

 

 

 


 

 

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