Women's Lacrosse Places 13 On Patriot League Honor Roll
June 23, 2014
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Navy women's lacrosse recorded 13 student-athletes to the 2014 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, announced by the league office Monday.
To be eligible for the Spring Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.20 grade-point average during the spring semester and participate in one of the Patriot League's winter or spring championship sports.
Jill Coughlin (Annapolis, Md.), a recent Naval Academy graduate, headlined the group with an overall 3.87 grade-point average, while majoring in honors oceanography. She earned All-Patriot League Academic and second team all-league honors in the same season for the first time in her career. Coughlin was one of 11 student-athletes to make the academic honor roll for a fourth season
Coughlin was one of three student-athletes, who made the All-Patriot League squad, to record a 4.00 GPA in the spring semester. Lafayette senior Laura Kleiber and Lehigh junior Carli Sukonik also achieved the feat.
Recent graduates Molly Hamilton (New Albany, Ohio) and S.A. Fogleman (Kingston, R.I.) were named to the honor roll for a third time. Recent graduate Aimee Gennaro (Havertown, Pa.), rising senior Jess Fellows (Vienna, Va.) and rising juniors Molly McNamara (New Albany, Ohio) and Kelsey O'Brien (Massapequa, N.Y.)all earned honor roll accolades for a second time.
Navy's 2014 Patriot League Women's Lacrosse Academic Honor Roll Selections
Cassidy Chaney 3.24 - Oceanography
Jill Coughlin 4.00 - Oceanography (honors) ****
S.A. Fogleman 3.73 - Applied Physics ***
Jess Fellows 4.00 - Political Science**
Loren Generi 3.67 - Operations Research
Aimee Gennaro 3.47 - English**
Sarah George 3.63 - English
Molly Hamilton 3.41 - English ***
Molly McNamara 3.76 - Cyber Operations**
Meghan Moloney 3.35 - Operations Research
Kelsey O'Brien 3.59 - Mechanical Engineering **
Lindsay Rheiner 3.38 - Ocean Engineering
Alex Rizzo 3.47 - Ocean Engineering
** - two-time selection; *** - three-time selection; **** - four-time selection