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June 29, 2010

32 Terrier Scholar Athletes Named to Academic Honor Roll, 4 Get Top Honors

Four St. Francis College Terriers topped the Northeast Conference (NEC) Commissioner's Honor Roll with another 28 named to the conferences Spring Academic Honor Roll.

Representing St. Francis (NY) on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll were Alan Stuto (Men’s Golf), Campbell Bird (Women’s Waterpolo), Thalita Paladino (Women’s Waterpolo) and Paloma Szivos (Women’s Waterpolo). These four students attained a 3.75 grade-point average or higher in their studies.

The remaining students named to the Academic Honor Roll earned at least a 3.20 grade-point average in order to receive consideration.

Below is a complete list of student-athletes named to the 2010 Northeast Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll list, listed by sport and major:

Men’s Golf
Charles McMenamin Sr. Psychology
Alan Stuto Sr. Men's Golf Management

Women’s Golf
Carla Biggs So. Education--English
Teresa Dilillo Jr. Accounting CPA Track
Adrianna Rumayor So. Psychology
Emily Wisener Jr. Sociology

Men’s Tennis
Edward Alontaga Jr. Management
James Brennan-Tsang So. Political Science
Atiba Fraser Sr. Management
Daniel Gonzalez Jr. Management
Tita Mba Fr. Economics/Finance

Men’s Outdoor Track & Field
Dean Brown Sr. Psychology
Frankelly Fernandez Fr. Communication Arts
Sean Lynch Sr. Communication Arts
Matthew Megerdichian Sr. Information Technology
Aboshioma Obemeata Fr. Undeclared

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field
Dominique Burrus So. Management
Jeannette Dobosz Sr. Health Promotions
Mary Gallagher Fr. Education-Social Studies
Gina Giles Jr. Professional Studies
Melissa Johnson Jr. Physical Education
Jordhan Kerridge Jr. Chemistry
Tiffany Spivey Jr. Psychology

Women’s Waterpolo
Campbell Bird So. English
Kacie Davis So. English
Lianna Fotia Sr. Biology
Nofar Hagag So. Psychology
Paige Hardy Fr. Management
Jemma Hinkly So. Communication Arts
Andi Miro Sr. Biology
Thalita Paladino Jr. Health Promotions
Paloma Szivos So. Management

St. Francis College, founded in 1859 by the Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn, is located in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. Since its founding, the College has pursued its Franciscan mission to provide an affordable, high-quality education to students from New York City’s five boroughs and beyond.
St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201

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