Squad Boasts Twenty Academic Honor Roll Members
June 24, 2010
EASTON, Pa. - A Patriot League-best twenty members of the women's lacrosse team were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, announced Wednesday afternoon.
All four classes were represented, with six freshmen and six sophomores leading the way.
Seniors Julia Bateman (English, 3.5), Emily Bjork (Government & Law, 3.57), Courtney Bryan (Policy Studies, 3.6), Maria Drehwing (Art and Government & Law, 3.8) and Lauren Ingersoll (American Studies and English, 3.25) were recognized, with Drehwing's 3.8 grade-point average (GPA) leading the group.
The sophomore class included Alexa Biale (English and Art, 3.6), Lauren Curley (American Studies, 3.42), Kim Harkins (Government & Law, 3.32), Margaux LeBuffe (American Studies, 3.75), Lisa O'Donnell (Economics & Business and Art, 3.75) and Meg Ohlmacher (Government & Law and History, 3.6).
Freshman Sam Dalmass (Chemistry) led the team with her 3.85 GPA. Classmates Ana Drehwing (Biology, 3.75) Katie Leto (History, 3.5), Cammie Linville (Undeclared, 3.57), Victoria Maxon (Biology, 3.25) and Katie Mischler (Mathematics-Economics, 3.25) rounded out the 20 honorees.
Maria Drehwing is a four-time member of the Academic Honor Roll, while Bjork and Winter are now three-time honorees. For Biale, Belmonte, Bryan, O'Donnell, Ohlmacher, Bateman and Ingersoll, this year marks the second year they have earned Honor Roll status.
Name Cl. Major GPA Julia Bateman Sr. English 3.5 Bree Belmonte Jr. Government & Law 3.6 Alexa Biale So. English and Art 3.6 Emily Bjork Sr. Government & Law 3.57 Lauren Brown Jr. Art and English 3.5 Courtney Bryan Sr. Policy Studies 3.6 Lauren Curley So. American Studies 3.42 Sam Dalmass Fr. Chemistry 3.85 Ana Drehwing Fr. Biology 3.75 Maria Drehwing Sr. Art and Government & Law 3.8 Kim Harkins So. Government & Law 3.32 Lauren Ingersoll Sr. American Studies and English 3.25 Margaux LeBuffe So. American Studies 3.75 Katie Leto Fr. History 3.5 Cammie Linville Fr. Undeclared 3.57 Victoria Maxon Fr. Biology 3.25 Katie Mischler Fr. Mathematics-Economics 3.25 Lisa O'Donnell So. Economics & Business and Art 3.75 Meg Ohlmacher So. Government & Law and History 3.6 Tara Winter Jr. History 3.35
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