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Student-Athletes Recognized on CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team

Student-Athletes Recognized on CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team

BOSTON, Mass. – Four hundred seventeen Commonwealth Coast Conference student-athletes were named to the league's fall academic all-conference team on Thursday afternoon. The fall list includes participants from each of the CCC's member institutions who participated in men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's and women's soccer, women's tennis, and women's volleyball.

In order to be recognized as a member of the Academic All-Conference Team an athlete must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3 (on a 4.0 scale) and must also have attained sophomore academic status.

Included among the honorees are the seven winners of the CCC Scholar-Athlete awards in their respective sports. Additionally, there were 11 major award winners who earned spots on the fall academic all-conference team as well as 53 Academic All-CCC members who were also All-CCC First Teamers. Additionally, 22 Second Team and 14 Third Team performers were honored. Six of the Leopards' 24 honorees were also named all-conference in their respective sports:  Josh Gangemi and Tyler Cosma (cross country); Noah Martins (men's soccer); and Leah Rogoz, Claire Quick, and Samantha Lassiter (women's volleyball).

Wentworth's 24 Academic All-Commonwealth Coast Conference selections span the sports of men's cross country, men's soccer, women's soccer, women's tennis, and women's volleyball.

Will Allen Men's Cross Country So. Architecture West Hartford, Conn.
Wes Brimeyer Men's Cross Country So. Computer Science Dubuque, Iowa
Tyler Cosma Men's Cross Country So. Civil Engineering Center Moriches, N.Y.
Chris Kaberle Men's Cross Country Sr. Computer Networking Pelham, N.H.
Nathan Ouellette Men's Cross Country Sr. Mechanical Engineering Wells, Maine
Ryan Firmin Men's Soccer So. Architecture Gorham, Maine
Casey McClay Men's Soccer Jr. Mechanical Engineering Cincinnati, Ohio
Noah Martins Men's Soccer Sr. Electromechanical Engineering Dartmouth, Mass.
Matthew Sekerak Men's Soccer Sr. Mechanical Engineering Winthrop, Maine
Danielle DiNoia Women's Soccer Jr. Architecture Shrewsbury, Mass.
Danielle McDonnell Women's Soccer Sr. Interior Design Ballston Lake, N.Y.
Grace McGrath Women's Soccer Sr. Biomedical Engineering Warwick, R.I.
Julie McKenna Women's Soccer Jr. Computer Engineering West Hartford, Conn.
Marissa Nelson Women's Soccer Jr. Architecture Cranston, R.I.
Madyson Reno Women's Soccer Sr. Biomedical Engineering Superior, Colo.
Alexis Stickelman Women's Soccer Jr. Civil Engineering East Northport, N.Y.
Shannon Sturtz Women's Soccer Jr. Construction Management Littleton, Mass.
Julia Watler Women's Soccer So. Civil Engineering Stevenson Ranch, Calif.
Ellen Butts Women's Tennis Sr. Applied Mathematics Brookfield, Mass.
Olivia DeLuca Women's Tennis Jr. Industrial Design Dunstable, Mass.
Samantha Lassiter Women's Volleyball Jr. Construction Management Rogers, Ark.
Claire Quick Women's Volleyball Jr. Mechanical Engineering Mission Viejo, Calif.
Leah Rogoz Women's Volleyball Jr. Architecture Woodridge, Ill.
Maddy Tomastik Women's Volleyball Jr. Applied Mathematics Portland, Ore.

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