Five SC Women Gymnasts Earn Academic All-America Honors
, Mass. October 15, 2004 -- The Springfield College women's gymnastics team ranked 41st in the nation on the 2004 NACGC/W Academic All-America team list with a cumulative team grade point average of 3.227. Five team members were recognized for their individual achievments and named Academic All-Americans.
To recieve Academic All-America status, student-athletes must attain at least a 3.50 g.p.a in addition to earning a minimun NCAA gymnastics score of 8.0 during the 2003-2004 academic year.
Junior Larissa Tabin (Holyoke, Mass.)
, a political science major lead the way for the Pride with her g.p.a of 3.87. Sophomore Kelly Conlon (Madison, Conn.)
, a communication major, and junior Jessica Doyle (Walpole, Mass.)
, a psychology major, were tied with a g.p.a of 3.79. The other two academic honors went to junior Jolene Woznicki (Warren, Conn.)
, a Rehab & Disabilities studies major, and sophomore Laura Nadramia (St. James, N.Y.)
, a businees managment major with a 3.58 g.p.a.
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Cheryl Raymond, who will be entering her 33rd year as women's gymnastics coach and assistant professor of physical education at Springfield College in 2012-2013, is one of the top college coaches in the region. Read more
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