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Twenty-Nine from Women's Track and Field Earn Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Status

The 2012 recipient of the Class of 1913 Trophy, Erika Stasakova earned Academic Honor Roll status in her final semester on College Hill

July 3, 2012

EASTON, Pa. - The Lafayette women's track and field team has placed 29 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Eligible student-athletes must earn a 3.2 semester GPA while competing in a Patriot League sport with a winter or spring championship.

Rising senior Kelly Senters paced the squad with a 4.0 grade-point average as a double major in Government & Law and International Affairs, one of 17 Patriot League women's track and field student-athletes to post a perfect GPA in the spring.

Seven newly graduated members of the Class of 2012 capped their careers with Honor Roll laurels, led by Lauren Kelly's 3.90 GPA as an Economics & Business major. She is joined on the roster by classmates Adedayo Adu (Psychology, 3.23), Stephanie Hazlett (Biology, 3.60), Erin Mee (English, 3.60), Erika Stasakova (International Affairs/Spanish, 3.80), Sarah Welsh-Huggins (Chemical Engineering, 3.78) and Krista Woodward (Psychology, 3.25).

Senters heads a list of nine rising seniors that also includes Elizabethann Coradino (English, 3.40), Kara Falvey (Biology, 3.68), Brooke Kohler (Anthropology & Sociology, 3.33), Chelsea Marone (Anthropology & Sociology/Spanish, 3.68), Megan Matusky (English/Psychology, 3.68), Julissa Muschlitz (Mathematics-Economics, 3.83), Katherine Piazza (Psychology, 3.35) and Jennifer St. Onge (Economics, 3.58).



Headed by a 3.83 GPA by Biology major Elizabeth Troisi, the rising juniors on Julio Piazza's squad are also represented by Elise Buffinton (Engineering, 3.40), Allyx Hunsberger (Biochemistry, 3.70), Rachel Pena (English, 3.70), Rebecca Slotkin (Anthropology & Sociology, 3.50), Katie White (English/Psychology, 3.58) and Rose Willey (Mathematics, 3.74).

Six rising sophomores round out the list: Ashley Bohnenberger (Civil Engineering, 3.25), Rachel Douglas (English, 3.75), Claire Murphy (Anthropology & Socoiology, 3.85), Danielle Pena (Art, 3.58), Brittany Powell (Anthropology & Sociology, 3.58) and Grace Watters (Chemical Engineering, 3.78).