Four Women's Lax Players Named to CC Academic Honor Roll

Four Women's Lax Players Named to CC Academic Honor Roll

LANCASTER, PA - Eleven Washington College student-athletes have been named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports. To be named to the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior; a starter or key reserve on his or her team; and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. A key reserve is defined as a reserve who appeared in at least 50% of his or her team's contests.

Five of the softball team's seven non-freshman regulars earned spots on the Academic Honor Roll.  Junior outfielder Becca Nicely (Baltimore, MD/Institute of Notre Dame) earned the honor for the second year in a row, while sophomore outfielder Leigh Carbutt (Collegeville, PA/Perkiomen Valley), sophomore second baseman Margaret Rohde (Highland Lakes, NJ/Academy of Home Education), sophomore third baseman Sally Snover (Charlotte, NC/Myers Park), and sophomore outfielder Jordan Tryhubenko (Cockeysville, MD/Dulaney) each earned the honor in their first year of eligibility.  Carbutt and Snover were also named to the All-Centennial Conference first team.

The Washington College women's lacrosse team had four student-athletes land on the Academic Honor Roll.  Senior midfielder Allie Hanzsche (Catonsville, MD/Mount de Sales), junior midfielder Liz Cumberpatch (Annapolis, MD/Annapolis), and junior defender Carly Gardner (Lafayette Hill, PA/Mount St. Joseph Academy) each earned the honor for the second time. Sophomore midfielder Caroline Stanley (Freeland, MD/Hereford) earned a spot on the Academic Honor Roll for the first time.

Senior third baseman Matt Boucher (Alexandria, VA/Bishop Ireton), the male winner of the college's 2010 Eldridge Eliason Award, represented the baseball team on the Academic Honor Roll, while senior Kellie Foster (Lothian, MD/St. Mary's) represented the women's tennis team.