Dickinson placed 42 athletes on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the 2014 spring season.
The men’s outdoor track & field team led the way with one the program’s strongest contingents, as 17 student-athletes were recognized.
To be nominated for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a starter or significant reserve, competing in 50 percent of contests, matches or meets, and have cumulative grade-point-average of 3.40 or better. In order to be eligible, student-athletes must also be a sophomore or higher in class standing.
Striving to achieve a strong balance between academics and athletics, Dickinson student-athletes have excelled in both areas on an extremely high level. In addition, they are actively involved in numerous clubs and activities on campus, and engaged in the community through various programs and service opportunities.
Seniors Katy Schlechtweg '14 (Field Hockey) and Kyle Schwab '14 (Men's Soccer) were honored with the prestigious 2014 Lloyd W. Hughes Senior Scholar Athlete Awards. The award is presented to the senior male and female athletes with the highest grade point average, who have also made a significant contribution to his or her respective team.
Schlechtweg started in goal for Dickinson Field Hockey during their record-breaking 2013 season. Schlechtweg anchored a strong defense for head coach Caitlin Williams, allowing just 1.81 goals per game and boasting a .750 save percentrage. Steady defense propelled a Red Devil offense that set program records for goals, assists and points in a season. Schlechtweg was named to the All-Centennial Conference Second Team and was also named the conference's debut Scholar Athlete of the Year. Longstretch/NFHCA All-Region recognized Schlechtweg as a second team performer.
Schwab was a dynamic player for head coach Brian Redding in the Dickinson Men's Soccer defensive ranks. As a captain, his leadership helped the Red Devils host the 2013 NCAA Div. III Tournament and complete a thrilling 2-0 victory over Susquehanna in the first round. Schwab was named a 2013 CoSIDA Academic All-District performer, and was also selected to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship team.
Featuring A. Honig (M. Basketball), Schlechtweg, S. Lavery (W. Tennis) and R. Steinbock (M. XC/TF)
|BASEBALL||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
||Jr||American Studies||Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown Friends|
|Michael DeVivo||Jr||IB&M||Ridgefield, Conn./Ridgefield|
|Steven Haynes||Jr||IB&M||Mt. Kisco, N.Y./Horace Greeley|
|SOFTBALL||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Jay Abell||Jr||Biology||Glenn Dale, Md./Elizabeth Seton|
|Cassie Blyler||So||Neuroscience, German||Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown East|
|Becca Garlinger||Jr||Neuroscience||Enola, Pa./East Pennsboro|
|Chelsea Homa||Sr||Neuroscience||Newton, N.J./Newton|
|Stacie Maring||So||Undeclared||Woodbine, Md./South Carroll|
|Nicole Piet||So||IB&M||Robbinsville, N.J./Robbinsville|
|WOMEN'S GOLF||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Melanie Campbell||Jr||Earth Sceinces||Ambler, Pa./Wissahickon|
|Casey Colburn||Jr||Policy Management||Newtown, Pa./Westtown School|
|MEN'S LACROSSE||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Brian Cannon||Sr||Economics||Reisterstown, Md./Loyola Blakefield|
|Nolan Funchion||Sr||Policy Management||Ambler, Pa./LaSalle|
|Harold Salmons||Sr||Biology||Wilmington, Del./Wilmington Friends|
|Slay Sudah||Jr||Biology||Franklin Park, N.Y./St. Joseph|
|MEN'S TENNIS||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Ari Blask||Sr||History, Economics||Chevy Chase, Md./Charles E. Smith|
|John Kneisley||So||English||Arlington, Va./Yorktown|
|MEN'S TRACK & FIELD||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Charlie Bayne||Jr||Biology||Culpeper, Va./Eastern View|
|Greg Clark||Sr||Biochem./Molecular Bio||Chester Springs, Pa./The Hill School|
|Kevin Doyle||So||Russian/Int'l Studies||Tuscaloosa, Ala./Hillcrest|
|Eli Howard||So||History||Cranford, N.J./Cranford|
|Peter Howard||Jr||Chemistry||Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny|
|Jonathan Jackson||Sr||Biochem./Molecular Bio||Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest|
|Justin Kiehne||Sr||Physics/Biology||Annapolis, Md./Severn School|
|David Klein||Sr||Political Science||Wallingford, Pa./Strath Haven|
|Mark Manganaro||So||Biochem./Molecular Bio||Horseheads, N.Y./Horseheads|
|Russell Rollow||So||Mathematics/Economics||Columbia, Md./Wilde Lake|
|Robert Sansevere||Sr||Biochem./Molecular Bio||Whitehouse Station, N.J./Hunterdon Central|
|Peter Sisson||Sr||IB&M/History||Media, Pa./Penncrest|
|Ryan Steinbock||Sr||IB&M/German||Pittsburgh, Pa./Chartiers Valley|
|Nick Stender||Jr||Classical Studies||Chicago, Ill./Latin School of Chicago|
|Alex Strenta||Sr||Music||Hanover, N.H./Hanover|
|Jordan Turner||So||Psychology||West Chester, Pa./West Chester East|
|Conor White||Jr||Political Science||Lancaster, Pa./Hempfield|
|WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD||Cl||Major||Hometown / High School|
|Stacey Adamcik||Jr||IB&M||Lawrenceville, N.J./Lawrenceville|
|Claire Brawdy||So||History||Eden, N.Y./Eden|
|Taylor Ludman||Sr||Psychology||Willow Street, Pa./Solanco|
|Emily Miller||Sr||IB&M||Lehnartsville, Pa./Kutztown Area|
|Sara Patterson||Sr||Psychology/Neuroscience||Houston, Texas/St. John's School|
|Rebecca Race||So||IB&M, Art History||Bethany, Conn./Amity Regional|
|Maeva Riley||Sr||IB&M||Oakland, Calif./St. Mary's College|
|Mary Rzegocki||Jr||Psychology||Columbia, Md./Wilde Lake|