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17 Washington winter athletes applauded for academic achievement

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17 Washington winter athletes applauded for academic achievement

Washington College seniors Samantha Howell, left, and Rosie Martin qualify for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, each with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.40 on a 4.0 scale. Howell is a physics major and Martin is a psychology major.

CHESTERTOWN — Maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or better, on a 4.0 scale, 11 Washington College swimmers have qualified for the Centennial Conference's Academic Honor Roll for winter sports.

Freshmen are not eligible.

Also, senior business major Dallas Marshall of Germantown (Clarksburg High School) is the conference's Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men's basketball. He is one of only two men's basketball players to be named to the Academic All-Centennial Team after earning All-Centennial recognition for his performance on the court.

More than half of Washington's 17 scholar athletes for winter sports are members of the women's swim team. They are listed here alphabetically: sophomore Alison Buckwalter of Lancaster, Pa., biology; sophomore Teresa Draves of Gilbertsville, Pa., liberal arts; junior Kamdyn Finney of Ellicott City (Institute of Notre Dame), biology; junior Allison Gallagher of Saunderstown, R.I., chemistry; sophomore Anna Hall of Catonsville (Mount de Sales Academy), physics; sophomore Emily Homer of Lavallette, N.J, liberal arts; senior Ana Reynoso-Zimmer of San Diego, Calif., sociology and Hispanic studies; senior Alex Searles of Richmond, Va., chemistry; and senior Lindsay Wiecki of Bristow, Va., psychology.

Members of Washington's women's basketball team and men's swim team also qualified for the conference's Academic Honor Roll. They are listed here.

Women's basketball: senior Caitlyn Clark of Media, Pa., business; senior Samantha Howell of Chevy Chase (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), physics; senior Bridget McLaughlin of Newark, Del., business; senior Rosie Martin of Wyckoff, N.J., psychology; and sophomore Madeline Williams of Oxford, Pa., liberal arts.

Men's swimming: sophomore Joseph Bozzi of Bangor, Pa., liberal arts; and sophomore Nathan Braddock of Silver Spring (Springbrook), biology.

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