Providence College Holds Chi Alpha Sigma Induction
April 25, 2013
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
The Providence College Department of Athletics and the Office of Academic Services joined forces to host its annual Chi Alpha Sigma Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, April 23 at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse in downtown Providence, R.I.
Chi Alpha Sigma is a nonprofit organization established to recognize college student-athletes who earn a varsity letter in at least one sport, while maintaining a 3.4 cumulative grade-point average, or higher, throughout their junior and senior years.
On Tuesday evening, 19 Providence College student-athletes were inducted, spanning 13 of the College's 19 varsity athletic programs. A full list of 2013 inductees is below.
Elizabeth DeVivo, Women's Cross Country & Track Molly McCann, Women's Cross Country & Track Grace Thek, Women's Cross Country & Track Laura Nagel, Women's Cross Country & Track Emily Sisson, Women's Cross Country & Track Sally Adua, Field Hockey Nik Andrews, Men's Track Alexander Wallace, Men's Cross Country & Track Bianca Sciotti, Women's Tennis Alexandra Gerry, Women's Tennis Alexandra Black, Women's Swimming & Diving Meghan Condon, Women's Swimming & Diving Kelly Hall, Women's Swimming & Diving Samantha Schlich, Women's Swimming & Diving Zachary McKeown, Men's Swimming & Diving Steven Shamanski, Men's Ice Hockey Alyssa Martino, Women's Soccer Kerry Ann O'Connor, Women's Soccer Marie Flego, Softball
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