Harvard men posted the 16th-best GPA in the NCAA this season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Junior Viviana Hanley earned USTFCCCA All-Academic accolades for the 2013 cross country season, the organization announced today.
Honorees must have compiled a cumulative GPA or 3.25 or greater and must have finished as an All-American or among the 15 finishers (or 10 percent) in their regional meet.
Hanley paced the Crimson women at the Northeast Regionals, crossing the 6K finish line in 20:46.1 for 18th place overall. The Attleboro, Mass., local maintains a 3.95 GPA in the concentration of sociology.
Harvard was one of 146 teams to have both its men's and women's teams recognized as USTFCCCA All-Academic teams. The Crimson women posted a team cumulative average of 3.58, while the men earned a 3.48 GPA. The men rank 16th in the NCAA, while the women earned the 39th-best team GPA in the nation.
The 129 women that received the recognition hail from 78 different institutions and 21 different conferences. Of the 45 All-Americans, 29 earned All-Academic honors; as did 15 of the top 25 finishers.