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Bard Students Named
Skyline Conference Scholar-Athletes

Eleanor Davis
845-758-7412
edavis@bard.edu
07-29-2008

Bard College announces that 61 student-athletes have qualified as Skyline Conference Scholar-Athletes for the 2007–08 academic year. In order to qualify, student-athletes must achieve a grade point average of 3.30 or higher during the semester in which they compete.

Bard freshman Erica Ball was also named the Skyline Conference Women’s Cross Country Scholar Athlete of the Year. Student-athletes from 17 different conference sports have been named Skyline Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Year in their respective sports. The Scholar-Athlete of the Year is the individual with the highest GPA (minimum 3.40) among First Team All-Conference selections.

The 2007–08 season marks the Skyline Athletic Conference’s 18th year of operation. Formed on May 16, 1989, as a men’s basketball conference, the Skyline Conference now conducts championships in 17 sports – nine for men and eight for women. The mission of the Skyline Conference is to recognize that athletic programs and student-athletes are integral parts of the educational experience, to conduct athletic competitions among members and determine conference champions, and to foster the growth of leadership opportunities for the student-athletes.

Bard CollegeSkyline Conference Scholar Athletes for the 200708

NAME
YEAR
SPORT

Craig Avery

Fr.

Men’s Soccer

Saum Ayria
Fr.

Men’s Soccer

Alexandria Baker
So.

Women’s Cross Country

Erica Ball

Fr.

Women’s Cross Country

Kylie Collins

Fr.

Women’s Cross Country

Alanna Costelloe-Kuehn
Sr.

Women’s Tennis

Nick Cusworth

Jr.

Men’s Tennis

Alyssa DeConto

So.

Women’s Soccer

Laura Dorsey

Sr.

Women’s Soccer

Natalia Drozdiak
So.

Women’s Basketball / Women’s Cross Country

Amy Engelson

Jr.

Women’s Basketball

Mariah Ernst

Jr.

Women’s Soccer

Tamsin Flanders
Sr.

Women’s Cross Country

Christine Gasparich

Sr.

Women’s Cross Country

Emily Gildea

Fr.

Women’s Cross Country

Nicholas Gorski

So.

Men’s Soccer

Vivianne Greenwood
Jr.

Women’s Soccer

Zachary Hamaker

Sr.

Men’s Volleyball

Elizabeth Henkle

Fr.

Women’s Soccer

Jennifer Hodge

So.

Women’s Tennis

Simone Humphrey

So.

Women’s Tennis

Khana Itkis
So.

Women’s Tennis

Aleksandar Kirov
Sr.

Men’s Soccer

Toni Kristic

Jr.

Men’s Soccer

Taylor Lambert

Fr.

Men’s Cross Country

Rose Lee

Sr.

Women’s Soccer

Sarah Leonard

Fr.

Women’s Soccer

Alyshia Linville
So.

Women’s Basketball

Alienor Littaye
Sr.

Women’s Tennis

Jake Magee

So.

Men’s Soccer

Travis McGrath

Fr.

Men’s Volleyball

Noah McKenna

Sr.

Men’s Soccer

Scott McMillen

Jr.

Men’s Volleyball

Alexandra Michelini

So.

Women’s Tennis

Quinn Olbrich

Jr.

Men’s Tennis

Robert Orf

Jr.

Men’s Tennis

Marissa Papatola

Fr.

Women’s Basketball

Abigail Paris

Jr.

Women’s Tennis

Nicholas Peet

Fr.

Men’s Tennis

Elysia Petras
So.

Women’s Cross Country

Lucas Pipes

Sr.

Men’s Cross Country

Daniela Plattner

So.

Women’s Tennis

David Polett

So.

Men’s Basketball

Abhay Puskoor

Sr.

Men’s Tennis

Hannah Quay-de la Vallee

So.

Women’s Soccer

Elyse Rivas
Sr.

Women’s Basketball

Aleksandra Romano

So.

Women’s Volleyball

Courtney Scott

So.

Women’s Soccer

Samuel Share

Fr.

Men’s Cross Country

Genya Shimkin
Sr.

Women’s Tennis

David Silberberg

Fr.

Men’s Cross Country

Eva Steinmetz

Fr.

Women’s Volleyball

Colin Stevens

So.

Men’s Soccer

Steven Stevenson

Jr.

Men’s Soccer

Luca Tognozzi

So.

Men’s Soccer

Maksim Tsikhanovich
Fr.

Men’s Cross Country

Rose Uscianowski

Fr.

Women’s Volleyball

Alexandru Vladoi
Fr.

Men’s Volleyball

Rosemary Winter

Jr.

Women’s Volleyball

Gabriel Yassky

So.

Men’s Tennis

Mozhdeh Zahedi
Jr.

Women’s Soccer

 

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This event was last updated on 10-29-2008