LANCASTER, PA -- Fourteen Washington College student-athletes have been named to the Centennial Conference's 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.
Four of Washington College's 14 Academic Honor Roll qualifiers were from the women's lacrosse team with junior Environmental Studies major Caroline Stanley (Freeland, MD/Hereford) earning a spot on the honor roll for the second time and three others landing on the list for the first time - junior Human Development major Rachel Bartee (Mount Airy, MD/South Carroll), junior Math major Ann Eickelberg (Amityville, NY/St. John the Baptist), and sophomore Math major Marissa Restaino (Media, PA/Penncrest).
Washington College's baseball and softball teams each had three Academic Honor Roll qualifiers. In softball, senior Biology major Becca Nicely (Baltimore, MD/Institute of Notre Dame) qualified for the third straight year, while junior Psychology majors Leigh Carbutt (Collegeville, PA/Perkiomen Valley) and Sally Snover (Charlotte, NC/Myers Park) each qualified for the second year in a row.
Junior Business Management major John Rolewicz (Bear, DE/Salesianum), sophomore Human Development and History double major Tyler Cotterell (Lincroft, NJ/Middletown South), and sophomore Math major Ryan Mulhearn (Nazareth, PA/Nazareth Area) each qualified for the first time from the baseball team.
Two men's lacrosse players qualified for the Academic Honor Roll - senior Biology major Shane Kaski (Moseley, VA/Midlothian) and sophomore Economics major Patrick Coyle (Reisterstown, MD/Calvert Hall). Both were first-time qualifiers.
Junior American Studies major Kevin Papen (Dover, DE/Caesar Rodney) and junior History major Brittany Marshall (Dagsboro, DE/Worcester Prep [MD]) were first-time qualifiers from the men's and women's tennis teams, respectively.
Five of Washington's Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll qualifiers also earned All-Centennial Conference recognition this spring. Carbutt was named a first-team outfielder, Marshall a first-team doubles and second-team singles player, Papen a first-team doubles player, Rolewicz a second-team catcher, and Nicely a second-team designated player.