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2018-19 GNAC All-Academic Team

2018-19 GNAC All-Academic Team

WINTHROP, Mass. – With a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher, a total of 1,030 student-athletes have been named to the 2018-19 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Academic All-Conference Team, as announced by the league office on Tuesday morning. 

In order to be eligible for the league's academic all-conference squad, a student must have a 3.25 cumulative GPA and have reached second-year academic status. The gross total of 1,030 is a +22 increase from the 2017-18 Academic All-Conference Team.

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine paced the conference’s selections with 115, followed by Johnson & Wales University (RI) with 110. Regis College (104) and Lasell College (101) also reached triple digits among the selections, while single-gender Simmons University placed an impressive 89 on this year’s team. 

The AMCATS had a total of 50 student-athletes make it onto the All-Academic team this past year. Leading the way was Men’s Lacrosse with 13, followed by baseball with 7 athletes. For the complete list of Anna Maria selections, please see below.

For all GNAC School selections, please click HERE.


Field Hockey 

Kirsten Avery 

Sarah Coley 

Danielle Huston 

Anne Melanson 

Ally Shaw 

Women's Basketball

Deyarna Achille

Shannon Hofmiller 

Sierra Johnson

Sienna Johnson 


Nellda Clark 


Sabrina Carreira 

Women's Soccer

Karlyn Brown 

Courtney Hile 

Shannon LaBlanc 

Women's Lacrosse

Jenna Karl 

Hayley Morin 

Angela Sinatra 


Phillip Antonucci

Jacob Crevier 

Liam Cunningham 

Daniel Grammel 

Noah Holland 

Jason Shell 

Adam Twitchell 

Men's Soccer 

Ardlley Docanto 

Connor Francis 

Nicholas Lawrence 

Men's Lacrosse 

Brendan Bartlett

Kyle Benning 

Tyler Cheverier 

Gage Garcia 

Zion Mercado 

Ryan Morley 

Robert Napolitano 

Brandon Pavoni 

Cameron Perry 

Ryan Rockwal 

Paul Schwarz 

Jacob Smith 

Men's Basketball

James Amorello 

Chris Contento 

Joseph Holmes 

Mike Rapoza 

Multi-Sport Athletes 

Aby Chapdelaine (VBALL, WLAX)

Victoria Falco (VBALL, SBALL)

Kayla Magierowski (FH, SBALL)

Cam Johnson (WSOC, SBALL) 

Simon Berry (MSOC, BKBALL)

James Wieliczko (FBALL, MLAX)

Hayden Braga (FBALL, BKBALL)