IWLCA Names 28 CAC Standouts to 2019 Zag Sports Division III Academic Honor Roll
IWLCA Names 28 CAC Standouts to 2019 Zag Sports Division III Academic Honor Roll

The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) honored 650 student-athletes from 172 different institutions on the 2019 IWLCA Zag Sports Division III Academic Honor Roll. To be eligible for this honor, student-athletes must be a junior, senior, or graduate student and have earned a cumulative academic GPA of 3.50 or greater.

Overall 28 individuals from six institutions were recognized from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC). York led the league with nine all-academic selections, while Mary Washington landed six honorees. The CAC recipients are listed below:

Christopher Newport University

   

Sarah Culver

SR

Mathematics

Anna Bowers

SR

Psychology

Julia Golden

SR

Psychology

University of Mary Washington

   

Hanna Ashby

SR

Psychology

Jenny Bosserman

JR

Biology

Savannah Boyd

SR

Business Administration: Marketing

Allison Davis

SR

Mathematics

Sarah Hampton

SR

Business Administration: Marketing

Kristen Kunaniec

SR

Psychology

St. Mary's College of MD

   

Kate Bartholomew

JR

Mathematics

Salisbury University

   

Anna Wehland

JR

Exercise Science

Kendall Bannan

JR

Exercise Science

Skye Graham

JR

Psychology

Holly Bowers

JR

Exercise Science

Southern Virginia University

   

Ellie Johnson

JR

Art

Kelsey Johnson

JR

Family & Human Development

Allie Moss

JR

Psychology

Jesse Case

JR

Biochemistry

Megan Barfuss

SR

Art

York College of PA

   

Claudia DiVenti

SR

Nursing

Nicole Clauter

SR

Sports Management

Alyssa Rankin

SR

Fine Art/Communication and the Arts

Caitlin Rankin

SR

Secondary Education: Mathematics, Education

Meghan Fox

JR

Public Relations/Communication and the Arts

Baleigh Bradley

JR

Graphic Design/Communication and the Arts

Regan Cook

JR

Sports Management

Hayley McCormick

JR

Sports Management/Spanish/Marketing

Jordan Conley

JR

Human Services/Applied Youth Development/Psychology