58 Stonehill Student-Athletes Earn Division II ADA Academic Achievement Awards
Northeast-10 Conference’s 350 honorees are most in Division II EASTON, Mass.
(August 18, 2010) – A total of 585 Stonehill College student-athletes have been recognized with Academic Achievement Awards from the Division II Athletic Directors Association (ADA). To earn recognition, student-athletes from Division II ADA member institutions must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, have completed at least four semesters, and have been an active member of their team during the previous academic year. The 58 Stonehill student-athletes honored represented all 20 Skyhawks intercollegiate athletic programs. The women’s soccer team led the way with 12 honorees helping Stonehill better its mark of 45 set last year. The equestrian team had eight honorees while the women’s track and field program followed with six. Heading the list of individual honorees for Stonehill is men’s soccer senior Tyler Hebert (Rockland, Mass./Sacred Heart), who became just the second student-athlete in school history to earn a prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, Fr. William Gartland, CSC, Award winner and women’s basketball Northeast-10 Conference Woman of the Year Finalist Emily Rousseau (Biddeford, Maine/Biddeford) and All-American field hockey senior midfielder Lindsey Pinkham (Skowhegan, Maine/Skowhegan).