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National Collegiate Gymnastics Association

Fifty-One Earn NCGA All-America in Academics Honors

academic-all-america2020Indianapolos, Ind. –  March 16, 2020 — Fifty-one student-athletes from the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association (NCGA) are honored for their hard work in the classroom and in the gym as they earned All-America in Academics honors.

The All-America in Academics Award is presented to each gymnast who maintains a 3.0 overall grade point average (GPA) and whose name appears on the team’s NCGA squad list for the current year. Each nominee must qualify as a senior student academically and be in her last year of athletic eligibility.

Brockport – (Rachel Gurgiolo, Courtney Kamberalis, Alyssa Klock, Kim Musall, Shelby Schumaker)

Cortland – (Ashley Scarantino, Abby Spector)

Gustavus Adolphus – (Grace Arnold, Leah Dargis, Leah Heilig)

Hamline – (Caitlin Cooper, Lydia Ingram)

Ithaca – (Paige Landes, Cassidy Marquette, Emily Szembrot, Baylie Trammell)

Springfield – (Sarah Murphy, Brooke Hensen, Taylor Campagnone, Victoria Gendreau, Taylor Jackson, Tali Twomey)

Rhode Island College – (Grace Davis, Chandler Lynn, Kyndel Yett)

Ursinus – (Breanna Couts, Skylar Haas, Eleanor LaFountain, Sabrina Tusavitz)

UW-Eau Claire – (Megan Fayler, Jada DeBoer, Olivia Sullo)

UW-La Crosse – (Jessica Ahrens, Brittany Gutzkow)

UW-Oshkosh – (Baylee Tkaczuk, Jessica Bernardo, Marisa Scholtens, Lexi Evans)

UW-Stout – (Sierra Coonts, Mallary Dick, Noelle Ihde, Brooke Terry, Saga Svantesson)

UW-Whitewater – (Lauren Marshall, Acacia Fossum, Jessica Rondeau)

Winona State – (Alana Currin, Kelly Johnston, Elizabeth Maher, Hannah Norman, Megan Tran)