Thirty-Three Named to CC Spring AHR; Seven Garner All-Centennial Honors

Complete CC Spring Academic Honors 

LANCASTER, Pa. – A total of 33 Franklin & Marshall student-athletes, representing eight sports, earned a place on the 2018 Centennial Conference (CC) Spring Academic Honor Roll, announced by the league office on Thursday.

In addition to their Academic Honor Roll recognition, Dan Marano and Kengo Kawahara of the baseball team, Ellis Llewellyn of men's lacrosse, Danielle Harrington of women's lacrosse, Crystal Good of softball, Jack Rothman of men's tennis and Allison Wolters of the women's tennis team, all earned a place on the Spring Academic All-Centennial team. 

To be nominated for All-Centennial, a student-athlete must receive both All-Conference and Academic Honor Roll accolades. Rothman earned the honor for the third consecutive year, while each of F&M's other six recipients were named to the list for the first time in their careers. 

To make the Academic Honor Roll list, student-athletes must be a sophomore or higher in standing and have a cumulative GPA of 3.40 or above following the fall semester. 

Baseball led the way with seven representatives, followed by softball and men's track & field with five each. Both the men's and women's lacrosse teams had four of its members garner the distinction, along with the women's track & field team. Men's tennis had three student-athletes named to the list, while the women's side had one representative. 

Baseball (7)      
Name Yr. Major High School
Justin Cavegn So. Business, Orgs and Society Mahwah, N.J. / Don Bosco Prep.
Kengo Kawahara Sr. Business, Orgs and Society Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood
Kevin Lammers So. Business, Orgs and Society Haddon Heights, N.J. / Bishop Eustace
Dan Marano Sr. Public Health (Government) Maple Shade, N.J. / Bishop Eustace
Jonathan Pesantez Jr. Biology Holliswood, N.Y. / Elisabeth Irwin
Andrew Poirier So. Chemistry Chesapeake, Va. / Oscar Smith
Blake Smith So. Business, Orgs and Society Hummelstown, Pa. / Hershey
Lacrosse (M) (4)      
Andrew Fine So. Joint Studies Villanova, Pa. / The Haverford School
Sam Garges Jr. Business, Orgs and Society Pottstown, Pa. / Owen J. Roberts
Ellis Llewellyn Jr. Business, Orgs and Society Chapel Hill, N.C. / East Chapel Hill
Daniel Zlevor Jr. Economics/Government Medfield, Mass. / Medfield
Lacrosse (W) (4)      
Danielle Harrington Sr. BFB: Neuroscience Massapequa, N.Y. / Plainedge
Maddie Hughes Jr. Joint Studies Wilmington, Del. / Ursuline Academy
Julia McKay Jr. Business, Orgs and Society Westborough, Mass. / Westborough
Aly Saliba Sr. Joint Studies Davidsonville, Md. / Saint Andrews School
Softball (5)      
Sam Clemens Jr. Special Studies Hainesport, N.J. / Rancocas Valley Regional
Crystal Good Sr. Chemistry/B.O.S. Muncy, Pa. / Muncy
Christine Miles So. Economics Crofton, Md. / South River
Izzy Schaefer Sr. Joint Studies Newtown Square, Pa. / Radnor
Katie Wenger Sr. Business, Orgs and Society Upper Darby, Pa. / The Agnes Irwin School
Tennis (M) (3)      
Andrew Pace So. Business, Orgs and Society Madison, Conn. / Daniel Hand
Jack Rothman Sr. Joint Studies Old Saybrook, Conn. / Old Saybrook
Will Samuels Sr. Business, Orgs and Society Wayland, Mass. / Noble And Greenough
Tennis (W) (1)      
Allison Wolters Jr. Government/German Lang. & Culture Belle Mead, N.J. / Laurel Springs School
Track & Field (M) (5)      
Abhishek Anand Jr. Economics/Mathematics Kathmandu, Nepal / Rato Bangala School
Adam Fishbein Sr. Film and Media Studies Santa Fe, N.M. / Santa Fe
Ryan Kiger Jr. History/Government Colora, Md. / Perryville
Spencer Lyman Jr. Sociology/Business, Orgs and Society New Canaan, Conn. / New Canaan
Ben Walsh Jr. Anthropology Malvern, Pa. / Great Valley
Track & Field (W) (4)      
Jasmin Dixon Jr. Anthropology Greencastle, Pa. / Greencastle-Antrim
Kaitlin Muccio Jr. BFB: Animal Behavior River Vale, N.J. / Pascack Valley
Sophie Worthy So. American Studies Chapel Hill, N.C. / East Chapel Hill
Rachel Wylie So. Environmental Studies State College, Pa. / State College