PRINCETON, N.J. -- Seven Ivy League women's lacross squads placed a total of 18 student-athletes on the 2010 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Academic Honor Roll.
Yale led the way with five selections, including Andromahi Trivellas (biology), Calire Eliasberg (history of science, history of medicine), Jessica Sturgill (psychology), Lindsey DeMarco (economics) and Sarah David (Russian and Eastern European studies).
Brown's Bethany Buzzell (biology), Elizabeth Manners (neuroscience) and Paris Waterman (commerce, organisations and entrepreneurship) all earned selection, as did a trio of Dartmouth players -- Chelsea Kirk (English), Colleen Olsen (French) and Eliza Bennett (geography).
Cornell's Kaitlin Giles (history of art/Italian) and Morgan Hale (applied economics and management), Harvard's Sara Flood (psychology) and Katherine Martino (government) and Princeton's Kaitlyn Mauritz (polotics) and Lizzy Drumm (art history) were also all named to the list. Penn's Emma Spiro (economics) rouned out the 18 Ivy selections.
The IWLCA honored 151 student-athletes from 62 different institutions with inclusion in the 2010 Academic Honor Roll. All student-athletes were nominated by their schools and have achieved at least junior status academically. Leading the way was IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jill Davis from La Salle. Among the 151 student-athletes are 44 who were members of teams that advanced to the NCAA tournament, including two from national semifinalist Northwestern.
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