CCRI Athletic Director Fall 2020 Honor Roll
January 15, 2020
The Community College of Rhode Island announces its Athletic Director Fall 2020 Honor Roll. The list honors student-athletes who maintain a GPA of 3.00 or higher while registered for 12 or more credits.
Of the 38 named to this semester's Athletic Director Fall 2020 Honor Roll, 28 also qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XXI Honor Roll, which honors student-athletes at two-year colleges in New England who maintain a GPA of 3.20 or higher while registered for 12 or more credits.
The honorees are:
- Melody R. Herrarte, Women's Soccer, 3.969*
- Cody Anter, Men's Basketball , 3.94*
- Millie R. Wignall, Women's Swimming, 3.94*
- Brendaly N. Leon Silverio, Softball, 3.937*
- Emily Drainville, Softball, 3.87*
- Talia Thibodeau, Women's Basketball, 3.869*
- Thea Brum, Women's Soccer, 3.802*
- Tristan J. Klampert, Men's Indoor Track, 3.763*
- Kyle Alves, Men's Club Volleyball, 3.75*
- Robert W. Civetti, Baseball, 3.644*
- Olamide O. Britto, Softball, 3.625*
- Kiley M. Ferns, Softball, 3.6*
- Halley J. Ponitzman, Softball, 3.585*
- Chas R. Morgan, Men's Basketball, 3.551*
- Haylie M. Wellman, Softball, 3.546*
- McKay, Marilyn J., Women's Volleyball, 3.536*
- Bradley F. Procaccini, Men's Swimming, 3.425*
- Jazlynn T. DiZoglio, Women's Basketball, 3.406*
- Juan C. Garcia Carrascoza, Men's Soccer, 3.396*
- Brooke K. Artruc, Softball, 3.392*
- Eoin A. Hamell-Kelleher, Baseball, 3.338*
- Troy J. Van Vliet, Baseball, 3.315*
- Courtney A .Hafey, Softball, 3.287*
- Luke A. Fusaro, Men's Basketball, 3.281*
- Reilly M. Hodge, Women's Basketball, 3.28*
- Casey Regine, Softball, 3.265*
- Emily L. Gil, Softball, 3.238*
- Maya-Jane S. Lima, Women's Basketball, 3.214*
- Chase Griffin, Baseball, 3.188
- Michael B. Resnick, Men's Basketball , 3.169
- James K. Coleman, Baseball, 3.093
- Mia C. Shola, Women's Volleyball, 3.085
- Thomas T. Hingerty, Men's Club Volleyball, 3.063
- Richard W. Pina, Men's Basketball, 3.06
- Emily E. McNeil, Softball, 3.005
- Abigail R. Foster, Softball, 3.00
- Gavin R. Kearney, Men's Indoor Track, 3.00
- Taylor L. Kent, Softball, 3.00
*Denotes NJCAA Region XXI Honor Roll
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