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July 26, 2013
 
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Adelphi Leads the Northeast-10 with 12 Academic All-Conference Honors

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Adelphi placed 12 student athletes on the Northeast-10 Academic All-Conference team for the 2012–2013 spring athletic season, the most of any institution in the conference.

The softball trio of Katie Andrews, Emily Dorko and Victoria Wink earned Academic All-Conference honors, and women’s lacrosse was represented by Katelynn Ciaci, Devan Crimi and Jacqueline Williams.

Men’s tennis received two nods in Andreas Hammar and Bryan Kallenberg, as did women’s tennis in Samra Redzematovic and Maria Toft.

Aaron Burton represented the golf team, and Aidan Bernardo, from men’s lacrosse, was lauded.

This piece is from the Summer 2013 issue of e-News from AU.

 

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