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Women's Lacrosse Lands 15 on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Michaela Corn was one of 15 Leopards recognized by the Patriot League.

June 22, 2011

EASTON, Pa. - Fifteen members of the Lafayette women's lacrosse team have earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll distinctions, as announced today by the league office. Eligible student-athletes must have earned a 3.20 grade-point average during the spring semester.

The Leopards' 15 selections are comprised of members of each academic class representing 12 different majors. Five of the 15 student-athletes are currently pursuing double majors.

A pair of recent graduates, Michaela Corn '11 and Tara Winter '11, heads the list of 15 Leopards. Corn received a degree in English last month, while Winter earned her B.A. in History.

Five rising seniors earn Academic Honor Roll laurels, topped by a 3.78 grade-point average from Margaux LeBuffe. LeBuffe, who is a double major in Spanish and American Studies, is joined by classmates Alexa Biale (English and Art), Meg Ohlmacher (Government & Law and History), Lauren Curley (American Studies) and Erin Steel (Economics).

The Class of 2013 is the most-honored class, with six student-athletes earning Academic Honor Roll distinctions. Sam Dalmass earned a team-high grade-point average of 3.93 as a double major in English and Government & Law. She is joined by fellow rising juniors Cammie Linville (Economics), Ana Drehwing (Psychology), Addie Godfrey (Film & Media Studies and Anthropology & Sociology), Victoria Maxon (Biology) and Katie Mischler (Mathematics-Economics). Linville was previously honored for her academic pursuits as a member of the Academic All-Patriot League squad, while Godfrey earned Second Team All-Patriot League laurels as an attack.



Rising sophomores Alli Re (undeclared) and Rachel Martin (Economics) round out the list of honorees. Martin took home Second Team All-Patriot League recognition on defense in her first season at Lafayette.

The Leopards, who recently completed their second season under head coach Alison Fisher '01, earned Public Recognition Award from the NCAA for scoring among the top 10 percent in its sport in Academic Progress Rate (APR). The women's lacrosse team was one of 16 Lafayette squads to earn a Public Recognition Award and one of 11 teams on College Hill to post a perfect APR.