Mariners Land 66 Student-Athletes on ECAC 2017 Fall Academic Honor Roll

Mariners Land 66 Student-Athletes on ECAC 2017 Fall Academic Honor Roll

DANBURY, Conn. – Maine Maritime Academy landed 66 student-athletes on the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) 2017 Fall Academic Honor Rolls.

The ECAC Academic Honor Roll is split into two tiers. The Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who achieved a 3.2-3.59 GPA on a 4.0 scale, and have completed one full academic year at their current institution. Maine Maritime Academy placed 28 student-athletes on the Academic Honor Roll.

The second tier, the President's Honor Roll, recognizes student-athletes who have a GPA of 3.6 or better and have completed a full academic year at their institution. Maine Maritime Academy placed 38 student-athletes on the President’s Honor Roll.

The ECAC Honor Roll acknowledges student-athletes who competed in Football, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Volleyball, Field Hockey, Men's Cross Country and Women's Cross Country.

ECAC Academic Honor Roll

Kelsea Anair

So.

Women's Soccer

Joel Bennett

So.

Football

Sam Billings

Jr.

Football

Dylan Birmingham

Sr.

Men's Golf

Matthew Caron

So.

Men's Soccer

Eleanor Carr

Sr.

Women's Soccer

Daniel Cox

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Corey Creeger

Sr.

Football

Joshua Crouse

So.

Football

Drew Cyr

Jr.

Men's Cross Country

Ike Doiron

Sr.

Men's Soccer

Jacob Doyon

Jr.

Football

James Ferrar

Sr.

Football

Zachary Foss

So.

Golf

Hunter Giacomuzzi

So.

Men's Cross Country

Zachary Kinsman

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Maggie McMahon

So.

Women's Volleyball

AJ Michaud

So.

Football

Logan Peacock

So.

Golf

Liam Pitchford

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Tom Samson

Sr.

Men's Soccer

Kaitlyn Shute

So.

Women's Soccer

Jordan Susi

Sr.

Football

Kaleb Watkins

So.

Football

Chance Whittemore

So.

Men's Golf

Chase Whittemore

Sr.

Men's Golf

Jacob Wolfe

So.

Football

Emily Wyman

Sr.

Women's Soccer

ECAC President's Honor Roll

Autumn Acord

So.

Women's Soccer

Sydney Adams

So.

Women's Volleyball

Arik Akerberg

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Alex Allen

Jr.

Women's Cross Country

Spencer Baron

So.

Football

John Bennett

Jr.

Football

Anthony Boucher

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Allison Boulier

Jr.

Women's Soccer

Kylie Bradley

Sr.

Women's Soccer

Dylan Bragg

Sr.

Football

John Brigante

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Rachel Bunker

So.

Women's Volleyball

Olivia Burke

Sr.

Women's Cross Country

Lilah Chaar

So.

Women's Soccer

Julia Dillon

Jr.

Women's Cross Country

Eryn Doiron

So.

Women's Soccer

Jacob Doolan

Sr.

Football

Bob Euiler

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Tyler Gagnon

Sr.

Football

Austin Gamache

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Sierra James

Jr.

Women's Cross Country

Erich Klopfer

Jr.

Men's Golf

Abigail L'Abbe

So.

Women's Cross Country

Patrick Larsen

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Makayla Lewis

Jr.

Women's Soccer

Jessica Lindsay

Jr.

Women's Cross Country

Miranda McIntire

Jr.

Women's Soccer

Cody O'Brien

Sr.

Football

Cory O'Connell

So.

Football

Eli Olson

Jr.

Men's Soccer

Caitlin Paradis

So.

Women's Soccer

Mike Reynolds

Sr.

Football

David Rice

Jr.

Men's Cross Country

Elliot Sibley

So.

Men's Golf

Truman Slocum

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

Rupert Stalvey

Sr.

Football

Mason Whitaker

Jr.

Men's Soccer

Thomas White

Sr.

Men's Cross Country

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Established in 1938, the ECAC is the nation's largest Conference, ranging in location from Maine to Georgia, and westerly to Missouri. The ECAC hosts numerous championships in men's and women's sports across Divisions I, II and III, offering opportunities for thousands of student-athletes.