CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-- The America East Conference office announced on Thursday that 614 of its fall student-athletes, over half of the athletes eligible to compete, have been named to the 2007 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll. Students had to earn grade point averages of 3.0 or above for the fall semester to receive this recognition. Of those student-athletes, 301 earned Commissioner’s Honor Roll status for completing the term with grade point averages of 3.5 or higher. Click here PDF release.
More student-athletes from University of Vermont (91) than any of the other nine schools were named to the Academic Honor Roll. University of New Hampshire had 89 student-athletes recognized, followed by Stony Brook University (83), University of Maine (77) and Binghamton University (66). University at Albany (60), University of Hartford (51), Boston University (48) and UMBC (33) rounded out the nine member schools. Fairfield University, a new associate member in 2007 for the sport of field hockey, had 16 student-athletes featured on the Academic Honor Roll.
At Maine, 48 of its student-athletes were present on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, the most of any of the other institutions. Stony Brook and Vermont each had 42 fall student-athletes finish with 3.5 grade point averages or better.
Seventy-seven percent of Vermont’s fall student-athletes were named to one of the honor rolls, the highest percentage in the conference. Maine (72%), Stony Brook (71), Binghamton (66), New Hampshire (63), Hartford (59) and Albany (56) all also had over half of their student-athletes meet the academic requirements for the Academic Honor Roll.
The Vermont women’s soccer team featured the most honor roll recipients with a total of 24 student-athletes.
Click on one of the links below to view the honor roll list from each conference institution.