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17 Skiing Student-Athletes Earn USCSCA All-Academic Honors

17 Skiing Student-Athletes Earn USCSCA All-Academic Honors

Senior James Stevenson and 16 other members of the Crimson skiing squad were named to the USCSCA All-Academic Team (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass
. – Seventeen members of the Harvard skiing team were named to the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association (USCSCA) National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team, the organization announced Friday. The Crimson had the most selections of any EISA school.

The USCSCA academic team is one of the most difficult to make in terms of its qualifications, as student-athletes must maintain a cumulative 3.5 grade point average in the classroom and have competed in NCAA Regional competition. There were a total of 279 student-athletes from 29 schools that were honored on the all-academic team.

The Crimson honorees were: Dennis Bao, Courtney Clark, Charlotte Cole, Mackinley Fitzpatrick, Connor Green, Rachel Hampton, Kalvis Hornburg, Carter Kendig, Lily Koffman, Ian Meyer, Jacob Meyerson, William Rhatigan, Maile Sapp, Devlin Shea, Dillon Smith, James Stevenson and Pieter Weemaes.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS