In the College’s 13 Division I spring sports, 164 students were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. To be eligible for this distinction, student athletes need to record at least a 3.20 grade point average (GPA) during the semester.
The baseball team landed 11 players on the honor roll, with Toby Schwartz ’15 (Ramsey, N.J), a double major in English and economics, leading the team with a 3.88 GPA.
Men’s basketball had three students honored. Economics major Billy Murphy ’16 (Greenwich, Conn.) had a team-leading 3.57 GPA.
Five members of the women’s basketball team made the list. Annette Snow ’16 (Manalapan, N.J.), a biology major, led the Leopards with a 3.54 GPA.
The golf team tied for the Patriot League lead with eight members earning a spot on the honor roll. Josh Feinberg ’14, who graduated with an A.B. with majors in government & law and anthropology & sociology, made the list for the fourth time in his career with a team-leading 4.0 GPA.
Eighteen members of the men’s lacrosse team were named to the honor roll. Psychology graduate Jake Mann ’14 led the team with a 3.83 GPA.
The women’s lacrosse team had 15 players make the list. Economics and art graduate Laura Kleiber ’14 and Sarah Malone ’15 (Glen Ridge, N.J.), an international affairs major, topped the team with 4.0 GPAs.
Eight Lafayette softball players secured places on the honor roll, with biology graduate Amy Gebhardt ’14 leading the way with a 3.90 GPA.
A league-leading 36 members of the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were named to the list. Psychology graduate Lauren Berry ’14 and psychology and economics graduate Tori Bonisese ’14 led the women with 4.0 GPAs, and biology graduate Sacha Broccard ’14 led the men with a 3.93 GPA.
Three members of the men’s tennis team and eight members of the women’s tennis team made the honor roll. With 4.0 GPAs, mechanical engineering major Brian Pinkard ’16 (Puyallup, Wash.) led the men, and biology major Ally Simels ’16 (Waccabuc, N.Y.) led the women.
The track and field team placed 49 members on the list. David Robinson ’14, who graduated with an A.B. in anthropology and sociology, led the men with a 4.0 GPA, and psychology major Claire Murphy ’15 (Hastings-On-Hudson, N.Y.) and chemical engineering major Grace Watters ’15 (Red Bank, N.J.) led the women with 4.0 GPAs.