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PAC Recognizes 34 Geneva Student-Athletes with 2013 Spring Academic Honor Roll

Beaver Falls, PA – The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) recognized 421 student-athletes for their performance in the classroom during the spring semester of 2013 between the ten college and universities represented in the PAC. Among the 421 student-athletes, the PAC recognized 34 Geneva student-athletes who earned a grade-point average of 3.6 or higher during the past semester with the naming of 2013 Spring Academic Honor Roll.

The 34 Geneva student-athletes represented on the 2012 Spring Academic Honor Roll include eight freshman, nine sophomores, 11 juniors and six seniors. Eight of the 34 have also competed on teams that received the PAC sportsmanship award; men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. In addition, freshman Heidi Mann (soccer and basketball) received the 2013 spring semester decorated with a post season individual award (Honorable Mention All-PAC), team award (Sportsmanship) and now academic honors from the PAC. Below is the list of the 34 Geneva student-athletes including class year, major, sport, hometown and high school.

 Name       Class  Major  Sport  Hometown/High School
 Paige Banyas  Sr.  Biology    W. Track  Cranberry Twp, PA/Seneca Valley
 Michelle Barr  So.  Math Education  Softball  Oxford, PA/Home School
 Sarah Claypool  Fr.  Comm. Disorders  W. Track  Worthington, PA/Kittanning
 Bri Cowden (S)  So.  Business  W. Basketball  Linden, PA/Home School
 Ashley Davis  Jr.  Business   Softball  New Middletown, OH/Springfield
 Lori Deem  Sr.  Math Education  Softball  East Liverpool, OH/Beaver Local
 Nathan Dunn  Fr.  Social Studies  M. Track  Upper Chichester, PA/Chrst. Acd.
 Nick Edinger (1)  Sr.  Psychology  M. Track  Mars, PA/Mars
 Joe Galante (S)  Fr.  Biology    Baseball  Emsworth, PA/Avonworth
 James Geramita (S)  Jr.  Math Education  Baseball  New Castle, PA/New Castle
 Samantha Goodnow  Fr.  Elementary Ed  Softball     Great Mills, MD/Leonardtown
 Josh Guiser  So.  Accounting  M. Track  Fayette City, PA/Frazier
 Jordan Harbison (S)  Jr.  Business   M. Basketball  Renfrew, PA/Portersville Christian
 Andrea Hinds  So.  Comm. Disorders  Softball     Montrose, PA/Montrose
 Emily Hoobler  Sr.  Math Education  W. Track  Stoneboro, PA/Lakeview
 Jacob Jaros (S)  So.  Biology  M. Basketball  Leavittsburg, OH/Labrae
 Chelsea Kauffman (S)  So.  Human Services  W. Basketball  New Castle, PA/Neshannock
 Mackenzie Kemerer  Jr.  Math Education  Softball  Freedom, PA/Freedom
 Anna Kluitenberg     So.  Middle School Ed  W. Track  Pittsburgh, PA/Avonworth
 Heidi Mann (H, S)  Fr.  Math Education  W. Basketball  Colorado Springs, CO/Evangelical
 Nate Mansor  Sr.  Biology  M. Track  Hatboro, PA/Home School
 Aaron Marga  Jr.  Engineering  M. Track  Brockport, NY/Brockport
 Sarah-Noel Meek  Fr.  Human Services  W. Track  Akron, OH/Firestone
 Jacob Mellinger  Fr.  Engineering  M. Track  Leetonia, OH/Crestview
 Alayna Merkle (1)    Jr.  Comm. Disorders  W. Track  Chambersburg, PA/Chambersburg
 Katherine Michalak (2)  Sr.  Environmental Bio  W. Track  Ashville, NY/Chautaqua
 Charlie Noyes  Jr.  Engineering  M. Track  Beaver Falls, PA/Beaver Co. Chrst.
 Charles Parker  Jr.  Biopsychology  M. Track  Baldwinsville, NY/Charles Baker
 Caleb Reyle  Fr.  Student Ministry  M. Track  West Grove, PA/Avon Grove
 Zac Rorick (S)  So.  Communication  M. Basketball  Beaver Falls, PA/Riverside
 Dana Schnitzel  Jr.  Middle School Ed  Softball  Roslyn, PA/Phil-Mont Christian
 Lydia Steele (S)  Jr.  Elementary Ed  WBB/W. Track  Vandergrift, PA/Ford City
 Jo Walton  So.  Psychology  W. Track  Meadville, PA/Calvary Baptist
 Trevor York (S)  Jr.  Business   M. Basketball  Kokomo, IN/Sycamore Covenant

(1)     =  First Team All-PAC

(2)     = Second Team All-PAC

(H)   = Honorable Mention All-PAC

(S)    = Sportsmanship Team

Geneva College is a comprehensive Christian college of the arts, sciences and professional studies. Founded in the tradition of the Reformed Christian faith, Geneva prepares students to serve Christ in all areas of society: work, family and the church. Geneva College’s philosophy of education is based on the Foundational Concepts of Christian Higher Education. Geneva is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).


 

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