PRINCETON, N.J. -- Eight Ivy League women's soccer players earned Capital One Academic All-District ® honors, it was announced last week. The Ivy honorees include first team selections Melanie Baskind of Harvard and Penn's Adrienne Lerner of Penn as well as second team selections MC Barrett, Sarah Herbert-Seropian, Diana Ohrt, Eliza Marshall and Marybeth Lesbirel of Brown as well as Yale's Enma Mullo.
As first team selections, Baskind and Lerner advance to the Capital One Academic All-America® Team ballot, where first-, second- and third-team All-America honorees will be selected later this month. Baskind is a senior midfielder who carries 3.76 GPA as a Neurobiology major, while Lerner is senior defender with the Quakers who has a 3.68 GPA as a Political Science major.
With the Bears, Barrett is a sophomore goalkeeper who has a 3.66 GPA and is Undeclared. Herbert-Seropian is a senior midfielder who carries a 3.77 GPA as a Neuroscience major and Ohrt is a junior defender with a 3.40 GPA as an Archeology & the Ancient World major. Marshall is a junior forward who boasts a 4.00 GPA as a Political Science major. Rounding out the Brown contingent, Lesbirel carries a 3.40 GPA as an Environmental Science major. Bulldog honoree Mullo is a senior midfielder with a 3.47 major as a Psychology major.
The Capital One Academic All-District ® teams were selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) to recognize the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom.