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NJ Student-Athletes represent Alvernia on MAC Academic Honor Roll

READING, PA (07/02/2020)-- The following local college student-athletes students were named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll:

Tyler Barrett, of Mays Landing (NJ) and graduate of Oakcrest High School , earned the honor as a member of Men's Track and Field team while studying Sport Management at Alvernia University.

Jacob Mesey, of Marlton (NJ) and graduate of Cherokee High School , earned the honor as a member of Men's Track and Field team while studying Sport Management at Alvernia University.

Qnyera Hinton, of Mays Landing (NJ) and graduate of Oakcrest High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Basketball team while studying ED: PRE K-4 at Alvernia University.

Paige McKenna, of Pitman (NJ) and graduate of Pitman High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Track and Field team while studying Biochemistry at Alvernia University.

Sydni McKenna, of Pitman (NJ) and graduate of Pitman High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Track and Field team while studying Management at Alvernia University.

Samuel Corn, of Bridgeton (NJ) and graduate of Cumberland Regional High School , earned the honor as a member of Baseball team while studying Marketing at Alvernia University.

Nicholas Nutile, of Linwood (NJ) and graduate of Mainland Regional High School , earned the honor as a member of Baseball team while studying Management at Alvernia University.

Joseph Polidoro, of Glassboro (NJ) and graduate of John Paul VI High School , earned the honor as a member of Men's Golf team while studying Finance at Alvernia University.

Nikolas Decina, of Mount Royal (NJ) and graduate of Paul VI High School , earned the honor as a member of Men's Volleyball team while studying Occupational Therapy at Alvernia University.

Sara Campbell, of Mount Laurel (NJ) and graduate of Lenape High School , earned the honor as a member of Softball team while studying Athletic Training at Alvernia University.

Joannah Lim, of Delanco (N.J.) and graduate of Riverside High School , earned the honor as a member of Softball team while studying Biochemistry at Alvernia University.

Madison Hengey, of Swedesboro (NJ) and graduate of Interboro High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Lacrosse team while studying PreK4 w/SpEd at Alvernia University.

Alyson Keene, of Swedesboro (N.J.) and graduate of Kingsway Regional High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Lacrosse team while studying Occupational Therapy at Alvernia University.

Julia Martorano, of Sewell (NJ) and graduate of Clearview Regional High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Lacrosse team while studying Occupational Therapy at Alvernia University.

Christinamarie Stefanoni, of Bordentown (NJ) and graduate of Florence Township Memorial , earned the honor as a member of Women's Lacrosse team while studying English at Alvernia University.

Elizabeth Danovich, of Sewell (NJ) and graduate of Paul VI High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Tennis team while studying Occupational Therapy at Alvernia University.

Maria Figurelli, of Mullica Hill (NJ) and graduate of John Paul VI High School , earned the honor as a member of Women's Tennis team while studying Behavioral Health at Alvernia University.

These students are among 214 student-athletes to represent Alvernia University on the honor roll by excelling in the classroom with a semester GPA of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher.

75 student-athletes were represented for winter sports, and 139 spring student-athletes earned the honor.

A total of 3,851 student-athletes were recognized across the MAC, while 708 earned a perfect 4.0 grade-point average (GPA) during the spring semester.

The winter and spring academic honor rolls are comprised of student-athletes who competed in a varsity level sport during the winter and spring seasons and registered a spring term/semester GPA of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher.

For winter sports, Women's Indoor Track and Field led the way with 17 honorees, including six students with a 4.00 GPA, and Men's Indoor Track and Field followed with 15 honorees. Women's Basketball was third with 14 honorees, including four 4.00 GPAs. Women's Ice Hockey, who concluded its first season in February, finished with 12 honor roll honorees, including three 4.00 GPAs. Wrestling, also competing in its first season, finished with 11 honorees, including three 4.00's. Men's Basketball rounded out winter sports with six honor roll honorees.

For spring sports, Baseball led the way with 26 honorees, including two 4.00 GPAs. Women's Lacrosse finished in second with 19 honorees, including three 4.00's. Women's Indoor Track and Field led the way with 17 honorees, including six students with a 4.00 GPA. Softball finished with 16 honorees, including one 4.00 GPA. Men's Indoor Track and Field followed with 15 honorees, and Women's Tennis finished with 11 honorees, including one 4.00. Both Men's Volleyball and Men's Lacrosse finished with nine honorees, with one 4.00 for Men's Lacrosse and three 4.00's for Men's Volleyball. All seven members of the Women's Golf team achieved honor roll status, and six members of the Men's Golf team were honored. Men's Tennis rounded out the winter sports with four honorees.

Across all winter and spring sports, 36 Alvernia student-athletes achieved a 4.00 GPA. They are indicated below with an asterisk next to their name.

Alvernia University is a thriving comprehensive university that empowers students to become ethical leaders with moral courage, while providing an intellectually challenging environment with real-world learning experiences. Operating on a scenic 191-acre suburban campus in historic Berks County, Pennsylvania, the distinctive Franciscan university of nearly 3,000 students is conveniently located near Philadelphia (60 miles) and within an easy drive of New York, Baltimore and Washington, DC.

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