Count is second-highest in the past five years for the university
Norwich University placed 87 student-athletes on the Great Northeast Athletic Conference All-Academic Team released Monday.
This year's total marks the second highest number of Norwich student-athletes to earn GNAC All-Academic recognition in the last five years. Only 2020’s record-breaking 98 honorees was higher.
To be named to the GNAC All-Academic Team, a student-athlete must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher and be at least a sophomore.
The men's soccer team had the most honorees with 11; women's soccer and women's lacrosse tied for the women's sport lead with nine honorees each.
To be named to the GNAC All-Academic Team, a student-athlete must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 or higher and be at least a sophomore.
In all, 1,261 GNAC student-athletes earned All-Academic honors among the 13 core institutions — Albertus Magnus College, Anna Maria College, Colby-Sawyer College, Emmanuel College, Johnson & Wales University, Lasell College, Norwich University, Regis College, Rivier University, University of Saint Joseph (CT), Saint Joseph's College of Maine, Simmons University and Suffolk University — and associate members.
Tanner Raymond, junior, Southbury, Connecticut.
Hayden Roberge, junior, Middlesex, Vermont.
Men’s lacrosse (9)
Daniel Altomare, senior, Myersville, Maryland.
Jack Anzalone, graduate student, Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Kevin Horchak, senior, Mullica Hill, New Jersey.
Callum Jones, sophomore, Burlington, Ontario
Nick Kandra, senior, Crofton, Maryland.
Sam Markle, sophomore, Alexandria, Virginia.
Payden Masaracchia, senior, Enola, Pennsylvania.
Clyde Tamburro, senior, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
Sean Wallace, senior, Sandy Hook, Connecticut.
Women’s lacrosse (9)
Maggie Doyle, sophomore, Melrose, Massachusetts.
Valentina Drown, sophomore, Acton, Maine
Ava Durand, junior, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
Shawnae Evans, senior, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Michaila Furchak, junior, Nyack, New York.
Sara Goodson, senior, Manassas, Virginia.
Brittney Poljacik, junior, Woodstock, Vermont.
Kathryn Pruel, senior, Scottsdale, Arizona.
Allison Sturgeon, sophomore, Monticello, Indiana.
Elizabeth Niven, senior, Londonderry, New Hampshire.
Maggie Rasmussen, junior, Kingston, New Hampshire.
Men’s tennis (6)
Abbie Barker, senior, Warren, Vermont.
William Flowers, junior, Lantana, Texas.
Alexi Gilmore, senior, Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Jack LePage, sophomore, Palmyra, Maine.
Tim Santy, junior, San Antonio.
Matthias Tchantouridze, sophomore, Montpelier, Vermont.
Men’s basketball (5)
Caleb Casinas, junior, Aiea, Hawaii
Spencer Conatser, junior, Reno, Nevada.
Jesse Davis, senior, Woodinville, Washington.
Jordan Hunt, sophomore, Alexandria, Virginia.
Samuel-Noah Osarenkhoe, Jr., Stockholm.
Women’s basketball (6)
Riley Bennett, senior, Hopkinton, New Hampshire.
Kailynne Frederick, senior, Adams, Massachusetts.
Alexis Matte, sophomore., Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Hannah Stitely, junior, Westminster, Maryland.
Caleigh Travers, senior, Valley Cottage, New York.
Julia Vigorito, senior, Malden, Massachusetts.
Men’s swimming and diving (7)
Sam Carlson, senior, Dedham, Maine.
Cameron Ferreira, senior, Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Derek Furtado, sophomore, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Michael Kuehne, junior, Auburn, Michigan.
Brian Parrott, junior, Londonderry, New Hampshire.
Gordon Suwirjo, junior, Derry, New Hampshire.
Caleb Zirkelbach, junior, Hong Kong.
Women’s swimming and diving (6)
Nikky Ansley, sophomore, Berlin, Germany
Katrina Babcock-Connor, junior, Andover, Massachusetts.
Adele Cousland, junior, Shutesbury, Massachusetts.
Megan Duffy, junior, Shelton, Connecticut.
Keely Purington, senior, Kailua, Hawaii.
Bebe Sullivan, junior, Dallas.
Men’s cross-country (7)
Zachary Bergeron, junior, Blackstone, Massachusetts.
Dominic Girard, junior, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Ethan Moores, sophomore, Colchester, Connecticut.
Christopher Rego, sophomore, Rehoboth, Massachusetts.
Trenton Shimata, senior, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Nate Stucky, junior, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Bill White, senior, Merritt Island, Florida.
Women’s cross-country (1)
Paige Roche, senior, Cohasset, Massachusetts.
Men’s soccer (11)
Shoki Araki, sophomore, Riverside, Connecticut.
Matt Bento, senior, Brookfield, Connecticut.
Michael Bento, sophomore, Brookfield, Connecticut.
Jacobo Flores, senior, San Antonio.
Elias Gabrielsson, sophomore, Ostersund, Sweden.
Andree Hernandez, senior, San Antonio.
Matteo Iagrossi, sophomore, Schenectady, New York.
Brayan Ramirez, junior, Scottsdale, Arizona.
Bryce Sullenger, junior, Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Robert Wagenseller, sophomore, Poway, California.
Ben Wasco, junior, Arlington, Massachusetts.
Women’s soccer (9)
Courtney Amell, senior, Northfield, Vermont.
Katie Callahan, junior, West Rutland, Vermont.
Katie Connolly, sophomore, Ashford, Connecticut.
Isabel Doherty, sophomore, Quincy, Massachusetts.
Lindsey Gordon, junior, Wiscasset, Maine.
Tara Grogan, sophomore, Statesville, North Carolina.
Alex MacPherson, senior, Pembroke, Massachusetts.
Sara Marcotte, junior, Enfield, Connecticut.
Juliet Sear, senior, Johnstown, New York.
Olivia Brown, junior, Rye, New Hampshire.
Julia Dorr, sophomore, Clifton Park, New York.
Kathryn Farnum, senior, North Andover, Massachusetts.
Sarah Farnum, sophomore, North Andover, Massachusetts.
Addison Hall, junior, Apple Valley, California.
Maggie McNeil, sophomore, Gilford, New Hampshire.
Multisport athletes (2)
Sydney Rocheville, senior, Salem, Massachusetts. (women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse).
Emily Schromm, senior, North Attleboro, Massachusetts. (women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse).
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