McLaughlin Named Academic All-Centennial, One of Seven Teammates on Academic Honor Roll

McLaughlin Named Academic All-Centennial, One of Seven Teammates on Academic Honor Roll

LANCASTER, Pa. — Seven student-athletes from the Washington College women's basketball team have been named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for winter sports with junior guard Bridget McLaughlin (Newark, Del./Delaware Military Academy) also picking up Academic All-Centennial Conference honors.

In order to qualify for the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. Academic All-Centennial honors are bestowed upon student-athletes who are named All-Centennial Conference and earn a spot on the Academic Honor Roll in the same season. McLaughlin was named an All-Centennial Conference honorable mention last month.

Seniors Kristi Kozlowski (Kingsville, Md./Redeemer Classical Christian School), Alexis Krahling (Germantown, Md./St. John's Colleghe H.S. [D.C.]), and Emily Thiemann (Wilmington, Del./Padua Academy) have each qualified for the Academic Honor Roll for the third time. Juniors Caitlyn Clark (Media, Pa./Notre Dame de Namur), Samantha Howell (Chevy Chase, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase), and McLaughlin were repeat qualifiers, while junior guard Rosie Martin (Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo) qualified for the first time.

Clark, Kozlowski, and McLaughlin are Business Management majors. Krahling is majoring in both Business Management and Economics. Howell is a Physics major, Martin a Pscyhology major, and Thiemann a Human Development major.