BIG EAST Announces 2011-12 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
Aug. 7, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
On July 27, 2012 the BIG EAST announced its annual BIG EAST All-Academic Team. Of the 3,370 student-athletes named from 16 BIG EAST institutions, 166 athletes from Providence College were featured.
To be eligible for the honor, a student must have competed in a BIG EAST-sponsored sport while attaining a minimum grade-point average of 3.00 or higher for the preceding academic year. They also must have completed a minimum of either two-consecutive semesters of three-consecutive quarters of academic work with a total of 18 semester or 27 quarter credits, not including remedial courses.
There was an increase of 134 student-athlete honorees this year from the 3,236 honorees for the 2010-11 academic year. Providence also increased its number of honorees by 22 from 145. The women’s swimming and diving team lead the way with 35 honors, followed by the cross country and track and field team (30) and men’s lacrosse (20).
A full list of Providence College honorees are listed below by sport.
Men’s Cross Country/Track & Field (11) Ahmed Ali, Corey Brunelle, Dominic Channon, Liam Hillery. Julian Matthews, Phelan McCormack, Luke Perron, Nikolas Rebovich, Alexander Wallace, Nikolas Andrews, Kwaku Frimpong.
Men’s Lacrosse (20) Peter Banta, Samuel Butts, Robert Caffrey, Matthew Difrancesco, Matthew Goldman, Joseph Habib, Jake Jacevicius, Ryan Martin, Nicholas Martone, Timothy Modesti, Matthew Mueller, Jake Nolan, Michael Noyes, Evan Olsen, Andrew Pappas, Robert Sheehan, Joshua Torres, Mark Treichler, Jeffrey Weber, Peter Wujciak.
Men’s Swimming and Diving (16) Eric Burtchell, Collin Casciano, John Fatigati, Marc Freda, Matthew Green, Benjamin Kardian, Connor Lui, Michael Luiz, John Maher, Zachary Mckeown, Christopher Morales, John Nash, Jordan Rivera, Daniel Sapienza, Andrew St. Pierre, Stephen Zapf.
Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field (30) Caitlin Abelseth, Abigail Alegi, Jennifer Bell, Caroline Callaghan, Mary Kate Champagne, Hannah Davidson, Kelsey Dermody, Elizabeth DeVivo, Charlotte Ffrench-O’Carroll, Rebecca Ffrench-O’Carroll, Shannon Gombos, Sara Graney, Shelby Greany, Caileigh Grove, Susanne Huet, Maryssa Kozek, Christina Lavigne, Amy Luke, Molly McCann, Erin Murphy, Laura Nagel, Caitlin Plunkett, Devyn Pryor, Samantha Roecker, Molly Shapiro, Emily Sisson, Julie Solimine, Grace Thek, Meg Van Name.
Women’s Soccer (13) Renee Altimari, Taylor Bartini, Artemis Brueren, Emily Castle, Courtney Collins, Jacquelyn Desrosiers, Laura DiClemente, Alyssa Martino, Kerry Ann O’Connor, Jenna Roncarati, Melina Toman, Caitlin Walker, Allison Walton.
Women’s Swimming and Diving (35) Alexandra Black, Caroline Caliri, Eileen Colliton, Meghan Condon, Allison Curran, Samantha DeGroff, Erica Devine, Melanie Dubois, Kelly Hall, Kimberly Hall, Jessica Havard, Moira James, Emily Kennedy, Kelly Lamoreaux, Morgan Lee, Nicole Monanian, Jillian Mullany, Erin Nanna, Kelly O’Neill, Meredith Pramer, Olivia Ray, Sarah Riley, Julia Rivera, Samantha Schlich, Tara Walter.
Women’s Tennis (16) Taylor Ahlborn, Melanie Albert, Marisela Aviles, Maria Bernardez, Courtney Burek, Allison Carnall, Taylor Corder, Elisabetta Dewitt, Caitlin Foley, Alexandra Gerry, Nicole Hayes, Annie Ingaldson, Kathryn Parry, Katherine Ripple, Bianca Sciotti, Christina Troy.
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