LEICESTER, Mass. – On Tuesday, April 6, the NCAA celebrates National Student-Athlete Day, a celebration of student-athletes impact on the game and intelligence in the classroom, defining what it truly means to be a student-athlete.
For another semester, announcing the tremendous accomplishments of our student-athletes can not be held in an in-person setting.
Today, the Becker College Department of Athletics is proud to announce that the women's ice hockey program is the winner of the President's Academic Cup for the Spring 2021 semester. This is the first time in the program's history they have claimed the President's Academic Cup!
The President's Academic Cup is presented to the program with the highest cumulative GPA from the previous semester. The women's ice hockey program posted a team GPA of 3.48 on their way to claiming the President's Academic Cup.
In addition to the announcement of the President's Academic Cup, the Becker College Department of Athletics would like to recognize 124 student-athletes from our 12 athletic programs whose previous semester GPA equaled or exceeded 3.00.
The following student-athletes finished with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the fall 2020 semester. Listed in alphabetical order by last name and of sport.
Baseball (15): Keegan Brick, Anthony Conforti, Russell Dunlap, Cooper Harris, Michael Hladky, Coby Hussey, Tevon Johnson, Tyler Kaye, Jose Martinez, Niko Mokanos, Payton Musco, Ethan Perry, Noah Rivera, Kevin Santiago, Silas Thomas
Equestrian (5): Kylie Bulger, Saige Guzzetti, Victoria Moore, Rabekah Quartochi, Jessica Santoro
Football (19): Alex Albano, Francisco Armenta, Alpha Barry, Keegan Brick, David Collins, David Doucette, Jaeden Goodwine, Amzie Hinkley, Brandon James, Zayan Jimenez, Mac Kimball, Brian McKoy, Emilio Muniz, Nate Oliver, Kyle Reeder, Gregory Tsisar, Justin Veith, Michael Veneziano, Nick Whipple
Men's Basketball (3): Charles McLaughlin, Mateus Ribeiro, Jordan Rose-Wheatly
Men's Ice Hockey (23): Tanner Coleman, Charles Costello, Jason Diamond, Phillip Garcia, Cameron Gaylor, Evan Green, Ian Hofmann, Connor Lenaghan, Christian Leon, Andrew LoRusso, Brendan Meyer, Tristan Mock, Jared Newell, Zachary Pendenza, Hunter Phillips, Dash Quarterolo, Joshua Sanchez, Cameron Sangster, Donovan Tehan, Peyton Tritz, Austin Wheatly, Romain Wild, Mikey Wilson
Men's Soccer (11): Derrick Audain, Jon Christy, Luigi Costigliola, Zacary Crawford, Brian Doyle, Dylan Foran, Chris Hallie, Dylan Kaye, Kade Ratcliff, Brandt St. Gelais, Adam Stanneck
Softball (7): Emily Iacovelli, Holly Letourneau, Lindsay Mitchell, Emma Perry, Elizabeth Simonian, Jillana Stevens, Ashley Veillette
Volleyball (7): Yesenia Aviles, Joanna Bampi, Valerie Elizarraraz, Teddie Flynn, Nahyeliz Hernandez, Jenna Savoie, Evelyn Sheehan
Women's Basketball (8): Madisyn Barnaby, Kira Clinkscale, Jazlyn Contreras, Tarra Coppinger, Julitza Delgado, Chloe LaPierre, Cymiah Patterson, McKinley White
Women's Ice Hockey (18): Katherine Capobianco, Clare Conway, Nikki DeCola, Kylian Kelly, Anya Laxton, Karina Laxton, Amber Lee, Brandi Lee, Amy MacGlashing, Maddy Morgan, Cameron Payne, Gabby Petrisin, Katie Puumala, Julia Ravenelle, Shelby Reaugh, Kelly Robbins, Trinity White, Cassidhe Wozniak
Women's Lacrosse (9): Katherine Capobianco, Victoria Chiuchiolo, Clare Conway, Chloe Isola, Kylian Kelly, Julia Ravenelle, Shelby Reaugh, Olivia Sherwood, Sydney Theriault
Women's Soccer (6): Kristen Beidleman, Rebecca Beringer, Margaret Brooks, Hannah Harvey, Shannon O'Toole, Olivia Sherwood