Women's Lacrosse Puts 23 on League Honor Roll

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June 19, 2013

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EASTON, Pa. – Twenty-three members of the Lafayette women’s lacrosse team were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, the League announced Wednesday. The group represents all four classes and 16 different academic majors.

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

Freshman Katie Denning led Lafayette’s honorees with a 4.0 grade-point average and was one of six freshmen on the list. Seven seniors, three juniors and six sophomores made up the remaining honorees.

Katie Mischler led the senior class with a 3.9 semester GPA, while Laura Kleiber was tops from the juniors coming in at 3.85. Kate Elander’s 3.78 mark was best out of her sophomore class.

Dana Ahern, So.
Psychology, Art, 3.6

Mimi Connell, So.
Government & Law, 3.4

Katie Denning, Fr.
English, 4.0

Ana Drehwing, Sr.
Psychology, 3.9

Kate Elander, So.
Psychooogy, 3.78

Melissa Galione, Fr.
Undeclared, 3.68

Addie Godfrey, Sr.
Film & Media Studies, 3.7

Laura Kleiber, Jr.
Economics, Art, 3.85

Katie Leto, Sr.
History, Spanish, 3.23

Cammie Linville, Sr.
Economics, 3.77

Sarah Malone, So.
International Affairs, French, 3.33

Victoria Maxon, Sr.
Biology, 3.85

Taylor McGinnis, So.
Economics, 3.5

Kristen Mignon, Fr.
Undeclared, 3.33

Katie Mischler, Sr.
Mathematics-Economics, 3.9

Caitlin Mitchell, Sr.
Engineering, 3.47

Jessica Rothstein, Sr.
Mechanical Engineering, 3.75

Laura Rowan, Fr.
Policy Studies, 3.6

Casey Sullivan, Fr.
Undeclared, 3.25

Ana White, Jr.
Biology, 3.23

Lindsay Yang, Jr.
Psychology, 3.43

Amelie Yeager, Fr.
English, 3.33

Shannon Zoldy, So.
Neurology, 3.25


 

 

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