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Kenyon paces 2022-23 NCAC Academic Honor Roll 

CLEVELAND, Ohio — On Wednesday, the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) announced that a total of 1,183 student-athletes have been named to the 2022-23 NCAC Academic Honor Roll following the completion of the academic year.

The honorees were selected from all nine full-time NCAC institutions and two affiliate members. Each full-time institution had at least 44 student-athletes named to the Academic Honor Roll for an average of 129 student-athletes per school.

To be honored, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore on an active roster in a sport sponsored by the conference and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher. 

Kenyon had 176 student-athletes earn a spot on the honor roll for this past 2022-23 academic year, the conference’s highest total of representatives.

The 1,183 student-athletes on the list accounted for 1,321 total roster spots, which takes into consideration multi-sport student-athletes. Football student-athletes led the way for the first time in 10 years with 115 total honorees, while women’s track and field posted the second-highest total with 99 student-athletes after leading the league with the most honorees the last nine years. Women’s soccer was represented by 96 student-athletes for the third most, which placed the sport in the top three for the fifth-consecutive time. Baseball tallied 93 student-athletes on the list for the fourth most, earning a spot in the top four for the third-straight year. Men’s track & field round out the top five with 89 honorees, which places the sport in the top five for the ninth time in 10 years.

The 2022-23 NCAC Academic Honor Roll class features eight graduate students, 386 seniors, 345 juniors and 444 sophomores. 

Kenyon student-athletes making the Honor Roll included:

FIRSTLASTYRSPORT (1)SPORT (2)
StephenCarrJr.Baseball 
JakeDavidsonSr.Baseball 
KyleDwyerSr.Baseball 
MalcolmGaynorJr.Baseball 
BenGimbelJr.Baseball 
ChristianHarrisSo.Baseball 
DustinLeeSo.Baseball 
FrankLynchSo.Baseball 
BenNashJr.Baseball 
DrewRobinsonJr.Baseball 
NateRosenSo.Baseball 
JustineColeSo.Field Hockey 
PaytonDoanSr.Field Hockey 
HannahHartshornSr.Field Hockey 
CarolynHerbosaSr.Field Hockey 
KierstenHoffmannSo.Field Hockey 
DarcyMillerSo.Field Hockey 
HannahPaprotnaJr.Field Hockey 
LucyScottJr.Field Hockey 
LydiaTurkSr.Field Hockey 
JackBauligSr.Football 
SamBouchardJr.Football 
NateBrausJr.Football 
RoccoDaneseSr.Football 
DanielKowalczykJr.Football 
FinnMurraySr.FootballMen’s Lacrosse
TrentonSchergerSr.Football 
TasoSdregasSr.Football 
NateStuartJr.Football 
ChrisZaiserJr.Football 
Kamal AubakirovSr.Men’s Basketball 
GefenBar-CohenSo.Men’s Basketball 
Dylan FuerstJr.Men’s BasketballMen’s Track & Field
PeterHaasSo.Men’s Basketball 
JacksonKennedySo.Men’s Basketball 
SamLiebermanSo.Men’s Basketball 
Dylan OsimethaSr.Men’s Basketball 
AnthonyTestaJr.Men’s Basketball 
DrewValentinoJr.Men’s Basketball 
SamWalchSr.Men’s Basketball 
JackBurczakSr.Men’s Cross CountryMen’s Track & Field
JackCaineJr.Men’s Cross CountryMen’s Track & Field
MichaelDealSr.Men’s Cross CountryMen’s Track & Field
JasonMontgomerySr.Men’s Cross CountryMen’s Track & Field
AlexShepherdSo.Men’s Cross CountryMen’s Track & Field
GrahamNashSo.Men’s Golf 
ArmandOuelletteSo.Men’s Golf 
LoganSpiessSr.Men’s Golf

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