More than 30 Elms College scholar-athletes have been named to the NECC Academic All-Conference team for the fall 2015 semester.

NECC Academic All-Conference - Fall 2015

More than 30 Elms College scholar-athletes have been named to the NECC Academic All-Conference team for the fall 2015 semester.

Elms Scholar-Athletes Named to Fall 2015 NECC All-Academic Team

More than 30 Elms College scholar-athletes were named to the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Academic All-Conference team for the 2015 fall semester. Elms led the pack again this semester, with 34 athletes named to the team, followed by Lesley University with 26 and Bay Path University with 20.

To be eligible for the NECC Academic All-Conference, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade-point average of 3.40 on a scale of 4.00 and must be a sophomore or higher in class standings.

A total of 187 student-athletes at colleges around New England were named to the NECC Academic All-Conference team for the fall semester. Scholar-athletes who competed in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball were eligible for fall NECC academic honors.

The Elms student-athletes on the fall 2015 NECC All-Academic Team are:

Samantha Alvino ’16, field hockey, early childhood education, Holtsville, N.Y.

Brian Benson ’16, golf, business, Agawam, Mass.

Shannon Bolton ’16, women's volleyball, secondary education & history, Shelton, Conn.

Carolyn Campbell ’17, women's volleyball, communication sciences & disorders, Millers Falls, Mass.

Colleen Carbonneau ’16, field hockey, communication sciences & disorders, Manchester, N.H.

Roger Conklin ’16, men's soccer, accounting/marketing, Chicopee, Mass.

C.J. Dabkowski ’19, men's soccer, accounting/sport management, Bristol, Conn.

Raisa Dirienzo ’16, cross country, psychology, North Granby, Conn.

Stephanie Esposito ’17, field hockey, psychology, Orange, Conn.

Patrick Goonan ’16, men's soccer, nursing, Chicopee, Mass.

Caitlin Hoschtetler ’18, cross country, nursing, South Hadley, Mass.

Madison Jung ’18, women's soccer, nursing, Stafford Springs, Conn.

Sarah Kaczenski ’18, cross country, sociology, Northfield, Mass.

Justin Kassouf ’18, men's soccer, sport management, Milford, Conn.

Adam Kuzdzal ’16, cross country, accounting, Chicopee, Mass.

Scott Labrie ’19, men's soccer, sport management, Southampton, Mass.

Marie Lafortune ’17, field hockey, healthcare management/accounting, Southwick, Mass.

Alex Mack ’16, women's volleyball, communication sciences & disorders, Wilbraham, Mass.

Lindsay McNiff ’18, women's volleyball, nursing, Kingston, Mass.

Rachel Mick ’17, women's soccer, nursing, Granby, Mass.

Meeghan O'Connor ’17, women's soccer, accounting and sport management, Fall River, Mass.

Connor O'Grady ’16, men's soccer, accounting, Somers, Conn.

Jackie Quetti ’16, cross country, liberal arts, Pittsfield, Mass.

Alex Rinaudo ’16, women's soccer, biology, Bellmore, N.Y.

Michelle Rossignol ’16, women's soccer, social work, Manchester, Conn.

Julia Skoczylas ’16, field hockey, biology, Ludlow, Mass.

Jackie Soucia ’19, women's soccer, nursing, Belchertown, Mass.

Sarah Tatgenhorst ’18, cross country, communication sciences & disorders, Winterport, Maine

Silvana Tellerico ’18, women's soccer, communication sciences & disorders, Southington, Conn.

Kathleen Tuechler ’17, women's soccer, accounting, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Richard Vanasse ’18, men's soccer, criminal justice, Somers, Conn.

Haleigh Varieur ’16, field hockey, communication sciences & disorders, Winchendon, Mass.

Lexi Vieira ’18, women's soccer, communication sciences & disorders, Warren, R.I.

Brionna Voight ’18, women's soccer, biology, Springfield, Mass.