Haverford Places 89 Student-Athletes on 2022 Centennial Fall Academic Honor Roll
The Centennial Conference announced its 2022 Fall Academic Honor Roll in a release in late November.
A total of 862 student-athletes were honored across the Centennial Conference landscape in the sports of men's and women's cross country, field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball.
To be nominated for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing and attain a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or higher.
In total, 89 Haverford athletes were named to that designation this fall. Haverford had the most nominees in men's cross country (23 selections) and women's soccer (23 selections), while earning the second-most honor roll designations in men's soccer (16 selections).
Of those 89 student-athletes who were named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, 12 were also represented on their All-Centennial Conference teams, earning Academic All-Centennial recognition for the 2022 campaign.
Student-athletes earning both All-Centennial Conference honors and being selected to the academic honor roll were: Ryan Kredell, Peter LaRochelle, Miles Colescott, Peter Buckley, and Aaron Bratt (men's cross country), Katie Hirsche (women's cross country), Taylor Jones and Juliet Young (volleyball), Olivia Ahart and Delaney Snowden (field hockey), Celia Page (women's soccer), and Dylan Ioffreda (men's soccer).
Haverford on the 2022 Fall Academic Honor Roll
Field Hockey (15): Anna Bradley, Illeana Rodriguez, Zora Dallman, Dalia Bercow, Vy Le, Zoey Despines, Allison Cubell, Olivia Ahart, Sophie Frem, Clare Fleming, Lexie Streicher, Amy Kim, Delaney Snowden, Margaret Martin, Mary Smith
Men's Cross Country (23): Nico Tripeny, Keqing He, Will Harris, Reza Eshghi, Peter LaRochelle, Kieran McDonnell, Aaron Bratt, Seamus Flannery, Sammy Schindel, Peter Buckley, Reed Solomon, Matthew Denton, Ryan Quenemoen, Nick Scardigno, Luca Ponticello, Evan Daniels, Tommaso Wheeler, Caesar Dai, Miles Colescott, Seamus Fraser, Michael Franco, Ryan Kredell, Max Brelig
Men's Soccer (16): Joey Carol, Santiago Ospina Duran, Tomas Ascoli, Caleb Miller, Max Mouer, Meinhardt Rentrup, Dylan Ioffreda, Ben Menko, Alex Millones, Liam O'Malley, Matt Heim, Cyrus Nasseri, Lucien Dalseth, Luca Mello, Brian Lorenz, Andrew Stephens
Volleyball (8): Juliet Young, Kendall Otridge, Jadyn Elliott, Gabrielle Fontanilla, Taylor Jones, Tea Kuzbari, Alexandra Stevens, Abby Holland
Women's Cross Country (4): Annemarie Wood, Krysta Nichols, Dominique Monroy, Katie Hirsche
Women's Soccer (23): Claire Cywes, Sarah Klink, Sadie Kim, Ashley Chun, Kendall Ozorowski, Ella Manning, April Zeng, Alyssa Saito, Keira Prince, Julia Noppenberger, Scout Crooke, Celia Page, Alana Ponte, Nora Gaby-Biegel, Bailey Bowman, Sophia Miranda, Calais Irwin, Liv McMillan, Theresa Haupt, Meg Bowden, Mitali Kessinger, Grace Haskell, Angie Geralis
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