MONT ALTO - The Penn State Mont Alto athletic department saw 34 student-athletes representing all five of the department's winter and spring programs honored on the Penn State University Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

To earn the distinction, student-athletes must earn a minimum GPA of 3.0 during their semester of competition or own a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater and be at least a sophomore in both their academic and athletic standing.

The Nittany Lions had a total of 56 student-athletes named to the PSUAC All-Academic Team during the 2018-19 academic year. The baseball team led all winter/spring squads with 11 honorees, while the softball program had an impressive 10 of their 13 members on the roster represented on the Dean's List during their semester of competition.

The athletic department, which sponsors 12 intercollegiate programs combined for a 3.03 GPA during the spring semester. Mont Alto had 42 student-athletes representing 10-of-12 teams named to the Dean's List, which requires a 3.50 grade point average.

2019 Penn State Mont Alto PSUAC Spring All-Academic Team

 

Baseball: Colby Black, Chayse Fisher, Bryce Kendall, Nick Jacoby, Hunter Martin, Colin Osborne, Clark Payne, Spencer Seaman, Lowell Singer, Aric Smoker and Brady Topper.

Men's Basketball: Terrell Campbell, Quintyn Flemister, Nick Jacoby, Nick Schnable, and John Teague.

Women's Basketball: Rebekah Adams, Madison Bishop, Karley Coleman, Julianne Noveras, Meagan Smith, and Sarah Thomas.

Softball: Erin Bontrager, Megan Cornwell, Krista Feaser, Monica Fleshman, Katie McCauslin, Dara Murray, Helayna Thomas, Brooklyn Wagner, Delaney Wagner, Shaina Walker, and Meagan Smith.

Wrestling: Noah Kendrick, Mitchell Krcelic, and Aric Smoker

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