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Philly women lacrosse players honored by IWLCA as members of 2011 Academic Honor Roll

Thursday, 15th September 2011

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 9/14/11

The IWLCA honored 187 student-athletes from 65 different institutions with inclusion in the 2011 Academic Honor Roll. All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically. Among the 187 student-athletes are 33 who were members of teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament, including two from national champion Northwestern and two from national runner-up Maryland. In addition, the following student-athletes were recognized:

Philly women included:

American University
Bernadette Maher (Council Rock North), Junior, Public Communications Psychology
Emily Reichard (Unionville), Junior, Psychology
Lisa Schaaf (Perkiomen Valley), Senior, Statistics Biology

University of Connecticut
Lauren Sparks (West Chester East), Senior, Communications

University of Delaware

Jennifer Bradway, Senior, Elementary Teacher Education
Kalyn McDonough (Unionville), Junior, Public Policy

George Washington
Sarah Phillips (Downingtown West), Junior, Finance

Georgetown University
Logan McCraw (Conestoga), Senior, Management

La Salle University
Sara Ciaverelli (North Penn), Junior, Biology
Alura Costa, Senior, Nutrition
Melissa DiTomo, Junior, Nursing
Jacquelyn Jamrogowicz, Junior, Nursing
Mara Schnellenbach (Ridley), Senior, Communication

Lehigh University
Leigh Ann Torcivia, Junior, Psychology

University of Pennsylvania
Emily Leitner, Junior, Cinema Studies and History
Lily Posner, Senior, English

Saint Joseph’s University

Kaitlin LaBarbera, Graduate Student, Criminal Justice
Christine Readinger (Conestoga), Senior, Finance

Stanford University
Ashley Aruffo (Episcopal Academy), Senior, History

Syracuse University
Heather Wentz (Unionville), Junior, Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

Temple University

Shelby Christopher (Avon Grove), Junior, Sport and Recreation Management
Keelin Hood, Junior (Great Valley), Early Childhood Education
Allison McWilliams (Avon Grove), Junior, Secondary Education / English Education
Missy Schweitzer (Owen J. Roberts), Junior, Kinesiology
Ann Stouffer (Moorestown Friends, NJ), Senior, Risk Management and Insurance

Villanova University

Arielle Urban, Junior, Psychology

University of Virginia
Marghi Walters (Penn Charter), Senior, Sociology

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Division II

The IWLCA honored 49 student-athletes from 22 different institutions with inclusion in the 2011 Academic Honor Roll. All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically. Among the 43 student-athletes are ten who were members of teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament, including three from national semifinalist West Chester.

Lock Haven University

Allison Berger (Springfield-Montco), Senior, Elementary Education

Millersville University
Jessica Jones (Council Rock North), Junior, Biology/Athletic Training
Lauren Mateja (Upper Merion), Junior, English
Katelyn Moatz (Boyertown), Senior, Elementary Education

University of New Haven
Sarah Magnone (Villa Joseph Marie), Senior, Graphic Design

West Chester University
Jillian Morris (North Penn), Senior, Special Education
Devon Lotkowski (Bishop Shanahan), Senior, Special Education
Jackie Hoover (Cheltenham), Senior, Speech Pathology

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Division III

The IWLCA honored 219 student-athletes from 85 different institutions with inclusion in the 2011 Academic Honor Roll. All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically. Leading the way was IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Emmy Mathews from Washington & Lee. Among the 219 student-athletes are 52 who were members of teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament, including one from national champion Gettysburg, and four from national semifinalist TCNJ. Also honored are National Goalkeeper of the Year Lily Nguyen from Middlebury, National Midfielder of the Year Leigh Mitchell from TCNJ, and National Attacker of the Year Alison Jaeger from TCNJ.

Arcadia University
Kelly Donahue (Central Bucks South), Senior, Biology
Kaitlyn Gamber (Archbishop Prendergast), Senior, Psychology
Stephanie Holguin, Junior, Political Science

Bryn Mawr College
Miranda Gordon-Zigel, Junior, Spanish and Chemistry
Gabby Marangell, Junior, Economics
Julia Vance, Senior, Psychology (Education)

Eastern University
Courtney Reinhold, Junior, Elementary Education/Special Education
Allie Fultz, Junior, Exercise Science

Gwynedd-Mercy College
Kirstyn Varas (Interboro), Junior, Radiation Therapy

Messiah College
Rachel Dirksen (Abington), Junior, Marketing

Neumann University
Megan Garsey, Junior, Athletic Training
Emily Glackin, Senior, Nursing

Swarthmore College
Maddie Williams (Kennett), Junior, History
Camilla Seirup, Junior, undeclared

Ursinus College
Allison Furman (Boyertown), Senior, Exercise and Sport Science
Lauren Distler, Senior, Exercise and Sport Science
Emma Bacharach, Senior, Exercise and Sport Science

Washington & Jefferson College
Kerri Nunnamaker (Plymouth Whitemarsh), Junior, Math

Washington and Lee University
Kate Speare (Strath Haven), Senior, Accounting


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