Sixteen Field Hockey Players Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll
Aug. 8, 2014
Chestnut Hill, Mass. - Sixteen members of the Boston College field hockey team earned a spot on the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll of the 2013-14 year.
Boston College was ranked second in the ACC with 402 student-athletes on the 58th annual honor roll. It is comprised of student-athletes who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a grade-point average of 3.00 or better for the full academic year.
Recent graduates Hannah Mulvey, Virgynia Muma and Paige Norris earned a spot on the honor roll for all four years of their careers. Mulvey received an ACC Postgraduate Scholarship before leaving the Heights. Senior Nicole Morris is an honoree for the third year, while recent graduates Chapin Duke and Nicole Schuster, seniors Nina Baumberger Altirriba, Hannah Nedeau, Emma Plasteras and Katlyn Soucy, and juniors Kelcie Hromisin, Jacqueline Kelleher and AshLeigh Sebia were on the list for the second time. Junior Romée Stiekema, sophomore Alexa Brazauskas and redshirt freshman Audra Hampsch earned a spot for the first time.
Muma, Norris and Sebia were all members of the All-ACC Academic Team announced after the fall campaign. Mulvey, Muma, Soucy, Hromisin, Sebia and Hampsch earned a spot on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Academic Squad.
The conference acknowledged 3,967 student-athletes for their hard work in the classroom during the 2013-14 academic year. Duke led the league with 494 selections. Notre Dame saw 397 student-athletes achieve honor roll status while North Carolina had 347 recognized. Virginia was fifth in the conference with 305 student-athletes recognized followed by Virginia Tech with 232, NC State with 230, Syracuse with 229, Maryland with 224, Pittsburgh with 213, Florida State with 202, Clemson with 198, Wake Forest with 183, Georgia Tech with 159 and Miami with 152.