Record Number of CACC Student-Athletes Named to 2013-2014 Winter All-Academic Teams

Record Number of CACC Student-Athletes Named to 2013-2014 Winter All-Academic Teams

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) has introduced its All-Academic Team for the 2013-14 winter athletic season today. A total of 39 student-athletes from the 14 conference schools have earned a place on the list, which is the largest number of winter sport student-athletes named to the league’s all-academic teams since the honor was established in 2004-2005.

Six student-athletes were named to the team for the third time in their careers, including Bloomfield College senior Kevin Udo; Dominican College senior Johnathan Brown, Holy Family University seniors Carolyne Heston and Mary Ellen McCollum, Philadelphia University senior Megan Finn and Post University senior Raven Wright-James.  Twelve other student-athletes were repeat selections including: Philadelphia junior Nick Schlitzer, Chestnut Hill College senior Annie Farrow, Concordia juniors Mariah Berry and Alyssa Dawson, Georgian Court University senior Brittany Baker, Felician junior Ashley Morris, Holy Family juniors Regan Jewell and Sarah Pawlak, Philadelphia senior Courtney Overholt and juniors Najah Jacobs and Monica Schacker and University of the Sciences junior Jessica Sylvester.  

In order to be named to the CACC All-Academic team, recipients must have participated in a CACC-Championship sport in the winter. They must be at least a sophomore academically and athletically, have been a student-athlete at their current school for at least two semesters, and have achieved a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.50 or higher through the winter semester.

The complete list of honorees, separated by sport, is below.

2013-2014 CACC Winter All-Academic Team

Men's Basketball
       

Chestnut Hill

Sean Dougherty

Sophomore

Political Sciences (Criminal Justice)

3.88

Bloomfield

Kevin Udo *

Senior

Nursing

3.5

Caldwell

Brian Kenny

Sophomore

Financial Economics

3.98

Caldwell

Nikola Lucic

Senior

Financial Economics

3.5

Concordia

Christian Gordy

Junior

Business Administration

3.66

Dominican

Johnathan Brown *

Senior

Education

3.69

Dominican

Joe Clinton

Sophomore

Education

3.67

Philadelphia

Nick Schlitzer #

Junior

Marketing

3.531

Philadelphia

Peter Alexis

Sophomore

Psychology

3.574

Philadelphia

Andre Gibbs

Sophomore

Accounting

3.635

Post

Devin Willis

Senior

Accounting

3.9

 

Women's Basketball

       

Bloomfield

Ariel Wilson

Sophomore

Biology

3.5

Caldwell

Lisa Rovatsos

Sophomore

Social Studies/Education

3.8

Chestnut Hill

Aimee Bouie

Senior

Early Education (Special Education)

3.87

Chestnut Hill

Annie Farrow #

Senior

Accounting

3.92

Concordia

Mariah Berry #

Junior

Business Administration

3.55

Concordia

Alyssa Dawson #

Junior

Social Sciences

3.96

Felician

Ashley Morris #

Junior

Graphic Design

3.584

Georgian Court

Brittany Baker #

Senior Accounting 3.67
Georgian Court Liz Lawler Senior English 3.87

Holy Family

Carolyne Heston *

Senior

Biology

3.77

Holy Family

Reagan Jewell #

Junior

Sport Marketing/Management

3.5

Holy Family

Kimberly Legen

Sophomore

Sport Marketing/Management

3.83

Holy Family

Mary Ellen McCollum *

Senior

Nursing

3.55

Holy Family

Sarah Pawlak #

Junior

Biology

3.91

Nyack

Natalie Harrison

Sophomore

Criminal Justice

3.58

Nyack

Brianna Taylor

Junior

Psychology

3.64

Philadelphia

Megan Finn *

Graduate

MBA

3.684

Philadelphia

Courtney Overholt #

Senior

Management

3.765

Philadelphia

Tori Arnao

Sophomore

Health Sciences

3.787

Philadelphia

Najah Jacobs #

Junior

Law and Society

3.571

Philadelphia

Monica Schacker #

Junior

Law and Society

3.824

Post

Raven Wright-James *

Senior

Psychology

3.61

USciences

Jessica Sylvester #

Junior

Pharmacy

3.555

USciences

Kelly Otchet

Junior

Occupational therapy

3.583

USciences

Megan Wolf

Sophomore

Health Sciences/Physician Assistant

3.631

Wilmington

Jennifer Carr

Junior

Sports Management

3.63

Wilmington

Taylor Carter

Junior

Sports Management

3.53

Wilmington

Allison McDonald

Senior

Behavioral Science

3.7

# - Two-time selection
* - Three-time selection

The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is an NCAA Division II Conference composed of 14 institutions in Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. The member institutions are Bloomfield College, Caldwell College, Chestnut Hill College, Concordia (NY) College, Dominican (N.Y.) College, Felician College, Georgian Court University, Goldey-Beacom College, Holy Family University, Nyack College, Philadelphia University, Post University, University of the Sciences and Wilmington University.

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