CACC Announces 2012-13 Winter All-Academic Team
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - New Haven, Conn.
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A pair of Wilmington University winter student-athletes have been named to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference All-Academic Team for the 2012-13 season as women’s basketball Amanda Walters and men’s basketball Andrew Corrigan represented the Wildcats.
A total of 30 student-athletes from the 14 conference schools have earned a place on the heralded list. In order to be named to the CACC All-Academic team, recipients must have participated in a CACC-Championship sport in the winter. They must be at least a sophomore academically and athletically, have been a student-athlete at their current school for at least two semesters, and have achieved a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.50 or higher through the winter semester.
Walters was among six other student-athletes named to the third for the third time in their careers, while she has also been a perennial staple on the Fall All-Academic Team for women’s soccer. The senior from Baltimore, Md., carries a 3.71 grade point average into the spring semester while majoring in Criminal Justice.
Corrigan was one of only four men’s basketball player to be named to the CACC Winter All-Academic Team, picking up the award for the second time in his career. He was also named to the All-Academic Team during the 2010-11 season. The senior from Newark, Del., carries a 3.72 grade point average into the spring semester while majoring in Elementary Education.
2013 CACC Winter All-Academic Team
Women’s Basketball (26)
#Gillian Felix, Sr., Caldwell (3.57) – Criminal Justice
*Chelsea Loscalzo, Sr., Caldwell (3.88) – Marketing
Mariah Berry, So., Concordia (3.75) – Business Administration
Alyssa Dawson, So., Concordia (3.94) – Business Administration
Annie Farrow, Jr., Chestnut Hill (3.95) – Marketing
Ashley Morris, So., Felician (3.55) – Graphic Design
Brittany Baker, Jr., Georgian Court (3.55) – Accounting
Tanjae Lewis, So., Goldey-Beacom (3.54) – Criminal Justice
*Kelly Brady, Sr., Holy Family (3.98) – Elementary/Special Ed.
#Katie Duma, Jr., Holy Family (3.94) – Management Marketing
#Carolyne Heston, Jr., Holy Family (3.71) – Biology
#Mary Ellen McCollum, Jr., Holy Family (3.68) – Nursing
Reagan Jewell, So., Holy Family (3.53) – Sport Management
Sarah Pawlak, So., Holy Family (3.85) - Biology
*Taylor Peltzer, Sr., Philadelphia U. (3.93) – Marketing
*Kristen Blye, Sr., Philadelphia U. (3.95) – Finance
#Megan Finn, Jr., Philadelphia U. (3.98) – Finance
Courtney Overholt, Jr., Philadelphia U. (3.75) – Management
Najah Jacobs, So., Philadelphia U. (3.59) – Law and Society
Monica Schacker, So., Philadelphia U. (3.73) – Law and Society
#Raven Wright-James, Jr., Post (3.77) – Psychology
Jacquelynne Pugh, So., Post (3.51) – Sport Management
*Carolyn Edwards, Sr., USciences (3.60) – Occupational Therapy
#Elsebeth Birman, Sr., USciences (3.68) – Occupational Therapy
Jessica Sylvester, So., USciences (3.78) - Pharmacy
*Amanda Walters, Sr., Wilmington (3.71) – Criminal Justice
Men’s Basketball (4)
#Kevin Udo, Jr., Bloomfield (3.59) – Nursing
#Johnathan Brown, Jr., Dominican (3.70) – Education
Nick Schlitzer, So. Philadelphia U. (3.58) - Marketing
Andrew Corrigan, Sr., Wilmington (3.72) – Elementary Education
# - Two-time selection
* - Three-time selection