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Albany's Paul Lagno and Maine's Corey Conner were among the 23 indoor track & field students athletes selected to the All-Academic teams.
Courtesy: America East Communications

Twenty-Three Named All-Academic Honorees In Indoor Track & Field

Release: 03/15/2011
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass.— The America East Conference office released the 2011 Indoor Track and Field All-Academic teams Tuesday, March 15. The teams include 23 student-athletes, 12 women and 11 men, and features three All-Americans and 14 All-America East performers.

The women’s all-academic squad is highlighted by a trio of All-Americans in University of Maine junior Corey Conner (Townsend, Mass./North Middlesex Regional), Boston University junior Katie Matthews (Rocky Hill, Conn./Rocky Hill) and Stony Brook University junior Lucy Van Dalen (Wanganui, New Zealand/Wanganui Collegiate). Matthews made her first appearance on an all-academic team for indoor track and field while Conner and Van Dalen have both been previously recognized, Conner in 2010 and Van Dalen in 2009.

UMBC senior Sara Parkinson (Chorley, England/Loughborough University) and Stony Brook junior Holly Van Dalen (Wanganui, New Zealand/Wanganui Collegiate) are also repeat selections to the indoor track and field all-academic list. Both were recognized following the 2010 indoor season. Additionally, Van Dalen was an all-conference performer in 2011 and competed at the 2011 NCAA Championships.  

Four other members of the 2011 All-Academic team, Binghamton University sophomore Jessica Hennig (Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush), University of Vermont junior Marisa Guerette (West Chester, Pa./Unionville), University at Albany junior Jessica Panos (Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore) and Boston U. sophomore Allison Barwise (Orange, Conn./Amity Regional), also earned all-conference honors.

University of Hartford sophomore Priscilla Appiagyei (South Windsor, Conn./South Windsor), Maine sophomore Whitney Chamberlain (Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough) and Albany senior Ally Panos (Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore) round out the women’s team.

The 11 members of the men’s 2011 Indoor Track and Field All-Academic team include four past all-academic honorees and six all-conference performers.

Stony Brook senior Alex Felce (Stroud, England/Archway Comprehensive) made his third appearance on an indoor track and field all-academic team after selections to both the 2009 and 2010 squads. UMBC senior Michael Christmas (Invercargill, New Zealand/James Hargest College) and Albany juniors Paul Lagno (Salt Point, N.Y./Millbrook) and Peter Rowell (Scotia, N.Y./Scotia-Glenville/Manhattan) also were named to the 2010 team. Christmas, Lagno and Rowell also earned all-conference honors after the 2011 season.

Joining Christmas, Lagno and Rowell as members of both the all-academic and all-conference teams are Boston U. graduate student Eric Ashe (Hanson, Mass./Whitman-Hanson), Binghamton senior Andy Haupt (Rochester, N.Y./Gates-Chili) and Albany graduate student Greg Kiley (Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Saratoga Springs/Notre Dame).

The remaining members of the men’s all-academic selections include Hartford junior Andrew Chalmers (Ashland, N.H./Plymouth Regional), Albany senior Mohamed Kanu (White Plains, N.Y./Fordham Prep), Hartford senior Warren Lane (Brooklyn, N.Y./Murry Bergtruam) and Binghamton junior Robb Quiller (West Point, N.Y./James I. O’Neil).

The All-Academic squads are a product of the June 2005 Athletics Director meetings, where faculty representatives and athletics directors from each of the conference’s nine member institutions decided to honor the league’s top student-athletes, whom excel equally in the classroom as they do on the playing field. 

For the third straight year, America East will select the All-Academic teams using CoSIDA’s Academic All-America program as a model. Student-athletes worthy of consideration are nominated by member sports information directors and voted on by a committee of SIDs, academic advisors and faculty representatives from all nine member institutions.

All-Academic squads for team sports are based on the number of athletes that participate in a contest at one time or are made up of 10 student-athletes for individual sports, but can be more if there is a tie in voting. To be nominated for the distinction, student-athletes must be a starter or important reserve for their team and participate in at least 50 percent of their team’s games or competitions. In the classroom, student-athletes must have a 3.30 GPA and have completed at least one calendar year at their institution. Freshmen are not eligible for consideration.



Men’s Indoor Track and Field All-Academic Team
Name    Cl.    School    Hometown/High School    GPA    Major   

Eric Ashe    Gr.    Boston U.    Hanson, Mass./Whitman-Hanson    3.50    Criminal Justice
Andrew Chalmers    Jr.    Hartford    Ashland, N.H./Plymouth Regional    3.62    Economics
Michael Christmas (1)     Sr.    UMBC     Invercargill, New Zealand/James Hargest College    3.78    Biochemistry
Alex Felce (2)    Sr.     Stony Brook    Stroud, England/Archway Comprehensive    3.67    Mechanical Engineering
Andy Haupt     Sr.     Binghamton     Rochester, N.Y./Gates-Chili    3.30    Engineering
Mohamed Kanu    Sr.    Albany    White Plains, N.Y./Fordham Prep     3.56    Political Science
Greg Kiley    Gr.    Albany    Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Saratoga Springs/Notre Dame    3.66    Accounting
Paul Lagno (1)    Jr.    Albany     Salt Point, N.Y./Millbrook    3.36    Economics
Warren Lane      Sr.     Hartford     Brooklyn, N.Y./Murry Bergtruam    3.47    Marketing
Robb Quiller    Jr.     Binghamton    West Point, N.Y./James I. O’Neil    3.75    Undecided
Peter Rowell (1)    Jr.    Albany    Scotia, N.Y./Scotia-Glenville/Manhattan    3.63    Accounting                           

Women’s Indoor Track and Field All-Academic Team
Name    Cl.    School    Hometown/Previous School    GPA    Major
Priscilla Appiagyei    So.    Hartford    South Windsor, Conn./South Windsor    3.92    Music Education/Instruction
Allison Barwise    So.    Boston U.     Orange, Conn./Amity Regional    3.49    Undeclared
Whitney Chamberlain     So.     Maine     Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough    3.96    Civil Engineering
Corey Conner (1)    Jr.    Maine    Townsend, Mass./North Middlesex Regional    3.76    Nursing
Marisa Guerette    Jr.    Vermont    West Chester, Pa./Unionville    3.45    Psychology
Jessica Hennig    So.    Binghamton    Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush    3.59    Undecided
Katie Matthews    Jr.    Boston U.    Rocky Hill, Conn./Rocky Hill    3.61    Speech, Hearing, Language Sciences
Ally Panos    Sr.    Albany    Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore    3.93    Psychology
Jessica Panos    Jr.    Albany    Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore    3.72    Psychology
Sara Parkinson (1)    Sr.    UMBC    Chorley, England/Loughborough University    3.79    Geography and Sport Science
Holly Van Dalen (1)    Jr.    Stony Brook    Wanganui, New Zealand/Wanganui Collegiate    3.69    Sociology/English
Lucy Van Dalen (3)    Jr.    Stony Brook    Wanganui, New Zealand/Wanganui Collegiate    3.87    Sociology

(1) - All-Academic Selection, 2010
(2) - All-Academic Selection, 2009 and 2010
(3) - All-Academic Selection, 2009











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