BOSTON America East Conference is proud to announce the All-Academic teams for tennis, golf and outdoor track and field. These 48 student-athletes have been honored for their achievements athletically and academically. The awards were announced on Friday (May 18).

Men’s golf medalist Aaron Ungvarsky of Binghamton and women’s golf medalist Lauren Stong headline a group of seven all-conference golfers that earn all-academic honors. Ungvarsky is joined by his teammates Zach Vinal and Jeff Wolniewicz, while Hartford's A.J. Oleksak rounds out the list. Stong is joined by fellow Terrier Allison Hamilton and Hartford’s Juliana Carrillo.

All-Conference men’s tennis players Nick Savage-Pollock of UMBC and Youssef Fassi-Fehri of Stony Brook added to their already impressive stat line by being named to the all-academic squad. On the women’s side, the America East Championship’s Most Outstanding Performer Cori Lefkowith leads an impressive team of all-academic players. Lya Kushnirovich of Binghamton and four UMBC players are also on this year’s squad. Pascaline Cette, Cornelia Carapcea, Adriana Fonseca and Joy Adewumi give the Retrievers great representation on this year’s team.

Albany, which won both the men’s and women’s titles at the 2007 America East Outdoor Track & Field Championship, is represented by a league-best five women’s all-academic team selections and four on the men’s side. All of the all-academic honorees were medalists at this year’s championship. The Great Dane selections include Adanna Andrews, Sarah Charles, Jennifer Gurrant, Jessica Ortman, Brenna Militello, Renauld Buck, Ray Gilman, Raphael Jean-Bapiste and Freddie Wills. Binghamton honorees are Dayna Johnson, Katie Radzik, Keisha Short, Katie Wilmer, Rebecca Fiesinger and Rory Quiller. Boston University’s Rebecca Marshburn, Claire Robson, Marisa Ryan, Barry Graham and Phil Shaw are all-academic squad members. Maine is represented by Michalak Clarissa, Erin Hatch and Eric Libby. UMBC’s all-academic team selections are Jenelle Wilson and Aaron James. New Hampshire’s Erin Moore, Cathy Parker and Andrew Lawson are also honored. Dana Hastie from Stony Brook was named to the squad, while Corinne DiPietro, Carmen Lagala, Heather Mitchell, Lindsey Carfagna and Clayton Curtis of Vermont round out the all-academic teams.

Each All-Academic Team has been selected based on the student-athlete’s academic and athletic accomplishments. Academic achievement for consideration requires student-athletes to have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 entering the season. Athletic accomplishment standards vary between team sports and individual sports. For track & field, student-athletes are required to be a top-three finisher at the conference championship meet. Team size for individual sports is determined by the number of all-conference honorees who possess the minimum academic requirement. Freshman are not eligable for the All-Academic Team.

Women's Tennis
Lya Kushnirovich, Binghamton
Cori Lefkowith, Boston University
Pascaline Cette, UMBC
Cornelia Carapcea, UMBC
Adriana Fonseca, UMBC
Joy Adewumi, UMBC

Men's Tennis
Nick Savage-Pollock, UMBC
Youssef Fassi-Fehri, Stony Brook

Women's Golf
Allison Hamilton, Boston University
Lauren Stong, Boston University
Juliana Carrillo, Hartford

Men's Golf
Aaron Ungvarsky, Binghamton
Zach Vinal, Binghamton
Jeff Wolniewicz, Binghamton
A.J. Oleksak, Hartford

Women's Outdoor Track & Field
Adanna Andrews, Albany
Sarah Charles, Albany
Jennifer Gurrant, Albany
Jessica Ortman, Albany
Brenna Militello, Albany
Dayna Johnson, Binghamton
Katie Radzik, Binghamton
Keisha Short, Binghamton
Katie Wilmer, Binghamton
Marsha Fiesinger, Binghamton
Rebecca Marshburn, Boston University
Claire Robson, Boston University
Marisa Ryan, Boston University
Michalak Clarissa, Maine
Erin Hatch, Maine
Jenelle Wilson, UMBC
Erin Moore, New Hampshire
Cathy Parker, New Hampshire
Dana Hastie, Stony Brook
Lindsey Carfagna, Vermont
Corinne DiPietro, Vermont
Carmen Lagala, Vermont
Heather Mitchell, Vermont

Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Renauld Buck, Albany
Ray Gilman, Albany
Raphael Jean-Baptiste, Albany
Freddie Wills, Albany
Rory Quiller, Binghamton
Barry Graham, Boston University
Phil Shaw, Boston University
Eric Libby, Maine
Aaron James, UMBC
Andrew Lawson, New Hampshire
Clayton Curtis, Vermont