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Seven Bobcats Earn 2018 Field Hockey Academic All-MAC Team Honors

Seven Bobcats Earn 2018 Field Hockey Academic All-MAC Team Honors

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Mid-American Conference announced its 2018 Field Hockey Academic All-MAC team Wednesday. A total of 67 student-athletes were named to the team. 

The 2018 MAC Champion Miami RedHawks turned in the most representatives on the team with 14, while the Central Michigan Chippewas were not far behind, landing a total of 13 on the squad. Ohio had seven representatives from the team claim a sport on the Academic All-MAC Team. Sophomore defender Claire Buckey, junior defender Amy Edgerton, senior forward Emma Eggleston, sophomore midfielder Annmarie Hoppel, senior goalkeeper  Alex Pennington,  sophomore midfielder Emma Spinetto, and sophomore defender Leah Warren all met the criteia for this award.

The Academic All-MAC honor is for a student-athlete who has excelled in athletics and academics. To qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport.

2018 Field Hockey Academic All-MAC Team

Appalachian State

Rachel Gaines, Junior, 3.96 
Abby Merrill, Sophomore, 3.90 
Melissa Nobile, Junior, 3.83 
Chloe Bell, Sophomore, 3.82 
Annette Jarosz, Sophomore, 3.81
Meghan Smart, Sophomore, 3.74 
Ali Williams, Junior, 3.70  
Kaley Selner, Junior, 3.67
Veerle Van Heertum, Sophomore, 3.55
Michelle Taylor, Junior, 3.45

Ball State
Beth Barnes, Senior, 3.485
Hannah Bohn, R-Junior, 3.258
Anya Eicher, Senior, 3.913
Abigail Ferenczy, Sophomore, 3.413
Sierra Jefferson, R-Sophomore, 3.883
Haley Jolly, Junior, 3.216
Jenna McKune, Sophomore, 3.965
Rachel Pereira, Sophomore, 3.366
Michelle Shampton, R-Junior, 3.738
Allison Parker, Sophomore, 4.0

Central Michigan
Sarah Mesko, Junior, 3.98
Leah Umberger, Senior, 3.93
Lily Amadio, Graduate, 3.90
Georgina Minta, Junior, 3.90 
Alli Huddleson, Sophomore, 3.85
Kayla McClure, Senior, 3.85
Anna Riesenberg, Sophomore, 3.79
Cara Satre, Sophomore, 3.75
Taryn Damm, Sophomore, 3.74 
Anna Forry, Senior, 3.40
Samantha Glapinski, Junior, 3.34
Callie Quinn, Sophomore, 3.22
Kady Gurtis, Senior, 3.21
 
Kent State
Jessica Apelt, Senior, 3.696
Hallie Balachick, Sophomore, 3.441
Ashley Bonetz, Sophomore, 3.473
Helen Harper, Senior, 3.286
Laila Richter, Junior, 3.66
Clara Rodriguez Seto, Sophomore, 3.474
Melanie Scibilia, Junior, 3.555
 
Longwood
Leonie Verstraete, Senior., 3.698
Cammy Toddy, Sophomore., 3.803
Charlotte Wilm, Sophomore., 3.491
Luna Lopez, Freshman., 3.377
Mia Leeman, Sophomore., 3.642
Karlyn Harwood, Sophomore., 3.967
 
Miami
Leo Berlie, Sophomore, 3.44
Taylor Curran, Sophomore, 3.73
Marie Gorner, Junior, 3.21
Mariona Heras, R-Senior. 3.36
Kendall Hunker, Senior, 3.25
Allie Grace Joyner, Sophomore, 3.79
Neely Lochmoeller, Sophomore, 3.45
Gabby Luxardo, Junior, 3.68
Lexie Nugent, Sophomore, 3.97
Maddie Passarella, Senior, 3.35
Estel Roig, Senior, 3.76
Lexi Silver, Junior, 3.59
Avery Sturm, Senior, 3.42
Morgan Sturm, Sophomore, 3.94
 
Ohio
Claire Buckey, Sophomore, 3.935
Amy Edgerton, Junior, 3.835
Emma Eggleston, Senior, 3.500
Annmarie Hoppel, Sophomore, 3.898
Alex Pennington, Senior, 3.319
Emma Spinetto, Sophomore, 3.940
Leah Warren, Sophomore 3.388

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