30 Trailblazers Named to Spring MASCAC All Academic Team

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WESTFIELD, Mass. — The Trailblazers were well represented on the spring MASCAC All Academic team as MCLA placed 30 student-athletes on the roster. Student Athletes from the winter and spring seasons were selected.

A total of 660 student-athletes have been honored by the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference with selection to the league’s Spring 2014 All-Academic Team that was released earlier today by Commissioner Angela Baumann.

Student-athletes that compete in championship varsity sports offered by each of the MASCAC institutions during the course of the Spring 2014 athletic season and have achieved a 3.20 cumulative or semester-based grade point average during the semester are eligible for selection to the Spring All-Academic Team.

"The number of MASCAC student-athletes recognized on the MASCAC All-Academic Team continues to increase each year which shows how committed our student-athletes are both in the classroom and on the field of play," Baumann said. "The accomplishments that all of the MASCAC student-athletes have achieved in the classroom is evidence to that commitment to success."

Jared Gersch, biology senior, baseball, Highland, N.Y.
Robert Jutras, business sophomore, baseball, Readsboro, Vt.
Derek Lescarbeau, athletic training senior, baseball, Pittsfield
Ryan Ouimet, sociology freshman, baseball, Clarksburg
Rory Slattery, business junior, baseball, Pittsfield
Cody Weaver, biology senior, baseball, Highland, N.Y.
Joshwa Hall, psychology freshman, basketball, Boston
Tyshawn McGee, psychology senior, basketball, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Ashley Clawson, athletic training freshman, basketball, Tolland, Conn.
Courtney Durivage, business freshman, basketball, Wynantskill, N.Y.
Sara Hamilton, education/history junior, basketball, Dalton
Kayla Hotaling, biology freshman, basketball, Ravena, N.Y.
Svetlana Morrell, psychology/biology freshman, basketball, Stillwater, N.Y.
Michaela Siver, athletic training freshman, basketball, Colchester, Conn.
Danielle Scolpino, English senior, basketball, Bethel, Conn.
Samantha Barbarotta, biology senior, softball, Pittsfield
Michaela DiNicola, business sophomore, softball, Lanesborough
Katelyn Henault, psychology freshman, Softball, West Warwick, R.I.
Abigail Lucas, business sophomore, softball, Braintree
Amanda Meczwor, psychology junior, softball, Adams
Marissa Mendetta, IDS junior, softball, Rensselaer, N.Y.
Kristen Nadeau, computer science junior, softball, Pittsfield
Rachel Quackenbush, pyschology sophomore, softball, Hoosick Falls, N.Y.
Alexandra Romano, English freshman, softball, Peabody
Jennifer Sicinski, athletic training sophomore, softball, Shelton
Taylor Krowitz, history junior, tennis, Lunenburg
Richard LaRocque, computer science junior, tennis, Ludlow
Jeffrey Mason, chemistry sophomore, tennis, Chicopee
Cristian Sanchez, business sophomore, tennis, Becket
Ray Yelle, English sophomore, tennis, Amherst

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