Two-Dozen Centurions Named to EPAC All-Academic Team
The student-athletes maintained a GPA of 3.25 or higher while competing in one or more intercollegiate sports in fall 2018
The Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference has named 24 student-athletes from Bucks County Community College to its fall 2018 All-Academic Teams.
The EPAC All-Academic team is comprised of full-time student-athletes who competed in a varsity level sport during the fall semester and registered an academic-year grade-point-average of at least 3.25 or higher on a scale of 4.00.
The Centurions honored are (those who played in two sports are marked with an asterisk):
Men’s soccer: Salvatore Ficarotta of Yardley, Alex Lagutin of Southampton, and Jonathan Rodgers of Langhorne.
Women’s soccer: Katie Crouthamel of Quakertown, Aira Chandra* of Yardley, Amber Fuller of Langhorne, Camila Meza of Philadelphia, Ashlyn Mullins* of Churchville, and Sydne Patchell of Newtown.
Women’s tennis: Amanda Edson* of Newtown and Cailin Nally of New Hope.
Women’s volleyball: Greta Chavey of Levittown, Cara Coughlin* of Warminster, Kelsey O'Shea of Southampton, Jacqueline Schaeffer of Bensalem, MacKenzie Schatzan of Levittown, and Virsaviya Volosevich of Warminster.
Men’s cross country: Matthew Calderone of Levittown, Andrew Clark of Morrisville, and Logan Saugling of Quakertown.
Women’s cross country: Reland Saugling of Quakertown.
Men’s basketball: Ronald Garrison of Bristol.
Women’s basketball: Korin Bradley of Levittown, Aira Chandra* of Yardley, Cara Coughlin* of Warminster, Amanda Edson* of Newtown, Ashlyn Mullins* of Churchville, and Camila Navarrete of Levittown.
Bucks County Community College’s athletics department offers 12 intercollegiate sports that compete in Region XIX of the NJCAA and the Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference. To learn more, visit www.bucks.edu/athletics.