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Tuesday, November 17, 2009


BRADFORD, Pa. – Pitt-Bradford women’s softball ranked 73rd among NCAA Division III softball teams in the nation to earn a National Fastpitch Coaches Association girls got game Team Academic Awards for 2008-09 academic year.

The team had a 3.06 grade point average for the year.

“It is always nice to see the players get recognized for their efforts in the classroom,” said head softball coach Tina Phillips. “Academics are what we emphasize in our program and take pride in along with what we do on the softball field. I am very proud of this team for their receiving this recognition.”

In addition, five players earned scholar-athlete awards. To qualify for this award, a student athlete must have at least 3.5 GPA in 2008-09. Those named were Megan Clyde, second base, a sports medicine major from Falls Creek; Elizabeth Courson, outfielder, a biology major from New Castle; Lauren Kinniburgh, catcher, an athletic training major from Smethport; Jillian Kreitzer, pitcher and first base, an elementary education major from Horseheads, N.Y.; and Michelle Kushner, outfielder, an accounting and business management major from McKees Rocks.

It was the third time Clyde had received the award.

Other students on the 2008-09 team are Maggie Dalton, outfielder, an English education major from Jamestown, N.Y.; Lindsey Rice, first base, a broadcast communications major from Elmira Heights, N.Y.; Erin Fieldhouse, third base, a nursing major from Pittsburgh; Lauryn Weaver, catcher, a health and physical education major from Port Matilda; Alex Palumbo, outfielder, a sports medicine major from Commack, N.Y.; Tori Sanchez, third base, a criminal justice major from Aurora, Ohio;

Melissa Allen, pitcher, a health and physical education major from Elkland; Kayla Swartz, pitcher, a pre-radiological science major from Kane; Erikka Rosplock, shortstop and second base, a health and physical education major from Elmira, N.Y.; Kerri Davis, outfielder, a sports medicine major from Stow, Ohio; and LeeAnn Kramer, shortstop and second base, a health and physical education major from Perkasie.

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