Women’s Gymnastics Ranks Among The Nation's Elite In The Classroom
, July 28, 2003 – The Springfield College women’s gymnastic team ranked 16th among Division I, II, and III institutions in the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches (NACGC) Academic All-America program.
SC, which recorded a 3.39 team grade-point average (g.p.a.) for the 2002-03 academic year, placed in the top 20 nationally for the second time in three years. The Pride finished 11th in 2000-01, and 21st in 2001-02.
The ranking, compiled by the NACGC, honored 69 institutions that offer women’s gymnastics at the Division I, II, and III levels. Individual Academic All-American honors were given to 427 student-athletes.
Eight SC gymnasts earned individual honors by achieving a 3.5 g.p.a-or-higher. Leading the Pride was senior Jenna Prothers’ (Amherst, Mass.)
3.98 g.p.a. and junior Alison White’s (Shrewsbury, Mass.)
3.92 g.p.a. The other six student-athletes recognized were freshman Larissa Tabin (Holyoke, Mass.)
, 3.87 g.p.a.; freshman Laura Nadramia (St. James, N.Y.)
, 3.74 g.p.a.; sophomore Amanda Roth (Bloomfield, N.Y.)
, 3.74 g.p.a.; junior Stacey Clark (South China, Maine)
, 3.73 g.p.a.; sophomore Jolene Woznicki (Warren, Conn.)
, 3.73 g.p.a.; and sophomore Susan Taylor (North Attleboro, Mass.)
, 3.67 g.p.a.
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Cheryl Raymond, who will be entering her 34th year as the women's gymnastics coach and assistant professor of physical education at Springfield College in 2013-2014, is one of the top college coaches in the region. Read more
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