GRAND LAKE, Colo. – The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced its 2019 Zag Sports Academic Honor Squads and Zag Sports Division I Academic Honor Roll on Wednesday. Three of the six Southern Conference programs were named Academic Honor Squads, while 26 student-athletes earned spots on the Academic Honor Roll.
Central Michigan, Detroit Mercy and Mercer were named Academic Honor Squads, posting team GPAs of 3.0 or higher for the academic year.
Central Michigan led the way with nine student-athletes on the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll, while Detroit Mercy and Mercer both had five student-athletes selected. Delaware State and Wofford were represented by one student-athlete each for the prestigious honor. To be eligible for this honor, student-athletes must be a junior, senior or graduate student and have earned a cumulative academic GPA of 3.50 or greater.
For the IWLCA's full release on the Academic Honor Squads, click here.
For the IWLCA's full release on the Academic Honor Roll, click here.
Central Michigan (9)
Holly Billett, Sr., Accounting
Natalie Bloniarz, Sr., Exercise Science/Kinesiology
Shannon Doyle, Jr., Exercise Science/Kinesiology
Emma Hamilton, Jr., Marketing
Brianna Hart, Jr., Finance
Hope Murray, Jr., Public Health Education
Katie Sharp, Sr., Neuroscience
Jessica Schuchardt, Jr., Biology: Biomedical, Cellular, & Molecular
Sydney Wright, Sr., Sport Management
Delaware State (1)
Olivia Summerville, Sr., Movement Science
Detroit Mercy (5)
Morgan Girardi, Sr., Biochemistry
Emma Leszczak, Sr., Criminal Justice
Ali Magyaros, Gr., Master of Arts in Economics
Alexandra McCafferty, Sr., Business Administration
Allison McDonough, Sr., Political Science/Developmental Psychology
Kendall Garrett, Sr., Finance
Katie Martin, Jr., Law and Public Policy
Lily Morin, Jr., Biomedical Engineering
Audrey Robertson, Sr., Global Health Studies
Eva Thorn, Jr., International Business
Monica Branch, Sr., English