Middlebury

NESCAC Announces Spring Academic Team

May 19, 2005

5/19/05 - The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2005 Spring All-Academic Selections. To be honored, a student-athlete must have reached junior academic standing and be a varsity letter winner with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.35. A transfer student must have completed one year of study at the institution. The following are Middlebury's representatives:

Name  Yr.  Hometown  Sport

Liam Aiello  Sr.  Middletown, Conn.  Track

Tyler Bak  Jr.  Northampson, Mass.  Baseball

Khristoph Becker  Jr.  Media, Pa.  Track

Jeff Boyink  Jr.  Mount Vernon, Maine  Track

Nick Digani  Sr.  Northfield, Ill.  Track

Nate Edmunds  Jr.  Birmingham, Mich.  Tennis

Emily Erickson  Jr.  Yarmouth, Maine  Lacrosse

Jamie Fey  Jr.  Raymond, Maine  Track 

Megan Gambino  Jr.  Syracuse, N.Y.  Track

Victoria Glowacky  Jr.  Blairstown, N.J.  Softball

Lauren Guza  Sr.  La Canada, Calif.  Softball

Ann Hsieh  Jr.  W. Hartford, Conn.  Track

Kathryn Hurd  Jr.  Fairfield, Conn.  Softball

Andrew Jacobi  Sr.  Pacific Palisades, Calif.  Tennis

Jeff King  Sr.  N. Andover, Mass.  Track

Megan McCarthy  Sr.  Winter Springs, Fla.  Softball

Jeannie McIntosh  Sr.  Mercer Island, Wash.  Tennis

Matthew Malek  Jr.  Norridgewock, Maine  Track

Alex Meditz  Sr.  Arlington, Va.  Tennis

Maren Messing  Jr.  New York, N.Y.  Tennis

Kirsten Nagel  Jr.  Winchester, Mass.  Track

Will Rawson  Sr.  Bethesda, Md.  Lacrosse

Johanna Rosenfield  Sr.  Brunswick, Maine  Lacrosse

Nolan Sandygren  Jr.  Seattle, Wash.  Track

Melissa Thacker  Sr.  Canton, N.Y.  Track

Gabe Wood  Jr.  Tacoma, Wash.  Lacrosse

Allison Williams Sr. Edina, Minn. Track