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Stevens Recognizes Spring ’11 President’s List Honorees

Hoboken, NJ – The Stevens Institute of Technology Department of Athletics honored the 94 members of the Spring of 2011 President’s List on Wednesday evening with a reception preceding the field hockey and women’s soccer games against The University of Scranton and Drew University, respectively. The President’s List, started in 2008, honors student-athletes that achieve a 3.75 or better grade-point average in the fall semester or have a cumulative equal to or greater than 3.75.

Members of the women’s soccer team were awarded their plaques at halftime since they were unable to attend the ceremony.

“To earn a 3.75 grade-point average or better while participating in a varsity port here at Stevens is truly an incredible feat,” Stevens’ Director of Athletic Russell Rogers said. “We are extremely proud of all the President’s List honorees; they are the best possible example of today’s student-athlete.”
The 94 members of this year’s list was 10 better than the previous best set last year as 25 different teams had two or more athletes honored. Baseball, men’s cross country and track & field, women’s cross country and track & field, field hockey, women’s fencing, men’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s swimming, and women’s soccer all had five or more members of their program make the cut.
Tyler Alcorn
Daniel Anunziatta
Matthew Glassman
Kevin Mathews
Michael Pagliaro

Women’s Basketball
Victoria O’Connor

Men’s Cross Country, Track & Field
Mohamed Abuouf
Jeffrey Bellanich
Drew Capone
Francis Garcia
Travis Heithoff
Joseph Huyett
Daniel Katz
Tariq Mirza
Ryan Miskanich
Thomas O’Gara
Michael Pawalowski
Justin Richman
Louis Stengal
Andrew Verderame
Cory Zegel

Women’s Cross Country, Track & Field
Laura Barito
Jamie Brabston
Alina Duran
Claire Eudy
Tiffany Evangelou
Laura Lemke
Allyson Mackavage
Christine Muchoe
Jennifer Wehof

Julia Cederroth
Sarah McDonald
Angela Parriott

Field Hockey
Karen Federico
Ellyn Griggs
Lauren Griggs
Grace Ridge
Samantha Weisman

Men’s Fencing
David Barth
Francis Garcia

Women’s Fencing
Ann DeStefano
Alexandra Lyons
Katelyn McClung
Briana Nieradka
Meagan Ritter
Chelsea Shupe
Juliet Turalski

Men’s Golf
John Kutcher
Thomas Tritt
John Ziegler

Men’s Lacrosse
Timoleon Ballai
Tyler Burgasser
Timothy Culloty
Charles DeCarlo
Alex Hofrichter
Garrett Joyal

Women’s Lacrosse
Lindsay Daly
Claire Eudy
Pamela Loria
Christine Smith

Men’s Swimming
Henry Hernandez
John Hu
Joseph Huyett
Christian LaPann-Johannessen
Luke Niezelski
Matthew Preedy
Kyle Ripley

Women’s Swimming
Laura Barito
Rita Jackson
Louise Moores
Amanda Nauman
Sarah Parker

Men’s Soccer
Zach Carr
Curtis Stecyk

Danielle DeFeo
Sarah Parker

Women’s Soccer
Bridgette Barden
Nicole Brand
Catherine Keough
Caitlyn Labonte
Sarah Lehman
Alexandra Lyons
Kathyrn Stascavage
Becky Wos
Jessica Wos

Men’s Tennis
Thomas O’Gara
Carlo Pardo
Christopher Rosensteel

Women’s Tennis
Kendra Appleheimer
Allyson Kingman

Men’s Volleyball
Gary Aramini
David Evans
Brandt Grobeis
Aaron Ostrovsky

Women’s Volleyball
Brittany Conroy
Samantha Gates
Julia Reilly

Ryan Bridge
Brad Warren

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