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BLOOMSBURG, PA (03/26/2020)-- Bloomsburg University honored 147 student-athletes as 2019-20 Bloomsburg University Scholar-Athletes. A luncheon honoring their achiev Students saluteements was held Wednesday, Mar. 4, in the Kehr Union ballroom on campus.

The student-athletes honored achieved a grade point average of 3.25 or higher over the past two semesters and/or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher and were at least a sophomore academically. In addition to the 147 student-athletes, 45 freshman or transfer students were also honored for achieving a 3.25 GPA in their first semester on campus.

Peyton Mortellite from Hammontown, a member of the Men's Basketball team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Danielle Adornetto from Lumberton, a member of the Women's Cross Country/Track & Field team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Faith Duffy from Cherry Hill, a member of the Lacrosse team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Lana Paulo from Sewell, a member of the Lacrosse team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Lauren Hoelke from Blackwood, a member of the Women's Soccer team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Holly Norbury from Voorhees, a member of the Women's Soccer team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Cassidy Calimer from Harbor City, a member of the Women's Tennis team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Anne Rollins from Shamong, a member of the Lacrosse team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Olivia Boucot from Gloucester Township, a member of the Women's Soccer team, was one of those recognized for the academic achievement.

Bloomsburg University is one of 14 universities in Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education. The university serves approximately 8,200 students, offering comprehensive programs of study in the colleges of Education, Business, Liberal Arts and Science and Technology.

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