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Women’s Hockey Lands 19 on ECAC All-Academic Squad

Women’s Hockey Lands 19 on ECAC All-Academic Squad

ALBANY, N.Y. – Harvard Women's ice hockey has proven to be competitive both on and off the ice, as 19 members of the 2017-18 Crimson women's hockey team have been selected to ECAC Hockey's All-Academic team. This is the third time in five years the Crimson has recognized 19 members for the academic award. 

Chelsea Ziadie highlights this year's honorees, earning a spot on the Commissioner's List as the top scholar-athlete for the Crimson this year. Ziadie recently earned her degree from Harvard, concentrating in sociology with a secondary concentration in economics and has been recognized on the ECAC All-Academic team all four of her years. 

Fellow graduate Nikki Friesen also landed herself ECAC All-Academic recognition for the fourth consecutive year. 

One hundred and ninety-two student-athletes representing the ECAC Hockey's 12 women's programs have been named to the 2017-18 ECAC Hockey All-Academic team, including 116 that earned the honor last year. In addition, 28 student-athletes have the distinction of receiving the honor four consecutive seasons. 

Players are eligible for the All-Academic team if they earn a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.00 on a 4.00 scale or have a GPA over 3.00 over the past three semesters.

2017-18 ECAC All-Academic Harvard Honorees

Name Class Concentration
Emma Buckles Freshman Undeclared
Becky Dutton Freshman Undeclared
Nikki Friesen Senior Economics
Bradley Fusco Junior Economics
Becca Gilmore Freshman Undeclared
Kate Glover Freshman Undeclared
Kate Hallett Junior Economics
Karly Heffernan Junior Sociology
Dani Krzyszczyk      Senior Psychology: Cognitive Neurobiology and Evolution
Beth Larcom Sophomore History & Science: History of Science
Haley Mullins Senior Psychology
Ali Peper Sophomore      Economics
Lunasa Sano Freshman Undeclared
Sydney Sorkin Freshman Undeclared
Kaitlin Tse Junior History of Art & Architecture
Val Turgeon Sophomore Psychology
Audrey Warner Junior Psychology
Emily Yue Sophomore Visual & Environmental Studies / Biomedical Engineering
Chelsea Ziadie Senior Sociology / Economics

 

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