ATHLETES NAMED TO CENTENNIAL CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL
Twelve Bryn Mawr College scholar-athletes were recently named to the 2005 Spring Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll in their respective sports.
Senior Cari Cochrane-Braswell, a psychology major from McLean, Va., and sophomore Allison McMahon, a mathematics major from Powell, Ohio, were named to the academic honor roll for women's lacrosse.
Two Bryn Mawr scholar-athletes were named to the academic honor roll for women's tennis: Jen Mansh, a senior economics major from Ambler, Pa., and Amanda Rahi, a sophomore from Media, Pa.
Eight Bryn Mawr scholar-athletes were named to the academic honor roll for women's outdoor track and field. Christine DeStephan is a junior double major in biology and classical languages from Far Hills, N.J.; senior JoAnn Gage is a geology major from Dearborn, Mich.; Mary Lagdameo is a senior East Asian studies major from Howell, N.J.; Lana Momani is a junior English major from Bryan, Ohio; junior peace and conflict studies major Jessie Posilkin is from the Bronx, N.Y.; senior chemistry major Joy Racowski is from Archbald, Pa.; Anna Tomasulo is a sophomore French major from Paradise Valley, Ariz.; and senior Joanna Simonis is a psychology major from Wellsboro, Pa. Simonis, who will compete in the 2005 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 800-meter run, was also named an All-Centennial performer for wins in the 800 meters and the 1500 meters at the 2005 Centennial Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship Meet.
The Centennial Conference names an academic honor roll for each of its 24 sports. To be named to the academic honor roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing, a starter or a key reserve and hold a minimum 3.40 grade point average.
to Bryn Mawr Now 5/26/2005