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
|Dani Krzyszczyk||Senior||Psychology: Cognitive Neurobiology and Evolution|
|Beth Larcom||Sophomore||History & Science: History of Science|
|Kaitlin Tse||Junior||History of Art & Architecture|
|Emily Yue||Sophomore||Visual & Environmental Studies / Biomedical Engineering|
|Chelsea Ziadie||Senior||Sociology / Economics|