Penn College Student-Athletes Named to PSUAC All-Academic Roster
Pennsylvania College of Technology, in conjunction with the Penn State University Athletic Conference, has announced the recipients of the Winter/Spring 2010-11 All-Academic Team award. The award is given to student-athletes with a grade-point average of 3.0 or better in the semester of competition (basketball is an average of both the fall and spring semester grades).
Of 61 student-athletes competing in the winter/spring semester, 29 made the grade. In addition to the high level of academic excellence, the teams also performed well on the playing fields with an impressive 43-26 (.623) PSUAC win-loss record, making three PSUAC playoff appearances, one national championship berth, and numerous all-conference and All-American awards.
A list of award recipients follows:
Baseball Ethan Boyd (senior/Roaring Spring) Brett Braker (junior/Northampton) Cody Buterbaugh (freshman/Conestoga) Philip Carnevale(freshman/Carteret, N.J.) James Funk (freshman/Washington Boro) Ryan Herrmann(sophomore/Silverdale) Thomas Hughes(junior/Easton) Matthew King (sophomore/Southampton) Brian Santangelo (freshman/Middletown, Conn.) Ryan Weachock (sophomore/Pottsville)
Men's Basketball Nico Italiani (senior/Easton) Phillip Kaylor (senior/Lebanon) Jordan McBeth (sophomore/Biglerville)
Women's Basketball Casey Braun (sophomore/Hughesville) Kendra Dutrow (freshman/Bellefonte) Jordan Harris (freshman/Irvine, Calif.) Katherine Lisi(freshman/Montoursville) Kierstin Steer (sophomore/South Williamsport) Tosha Stover (freshman/Bellefonte) Samantha Wallish (freshman/Harrisburg) Kerry Weber (freshman/Saylorsburg)
Softball Alison Beitz (freshman/Millville) Amber Eck (sophomore/South Williamsport) Jordan Harris (freshman/Irvine, Calif.) Lacy Lose (sophomore/Avis) Lindsey Lose(freshman/Avis) Trisha Moser (senior/Watsontown) Amanda Reedy(freshman/Burnham) Stacey Rupp (freshman/Centre Hall)