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SHAW CLAIMS 50 STUDENT-ATHLETE HONOREES IN D2 ADA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

SHAW CLAIMS 50 STUDENT-ATHLETE HONOREES IN D2 ADA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

RALEIGH, N.C. – The Division II Athletics Directors Association (D2ADA) announced the 2019-20 recipients of the D2ADA Academic Achievements Awards and Shaw University had 50 student-athletes recognized. The Academic Achievement Awards, in its 13th year, is a program that recognizes the academic accomplishments of student-athletes at the Division II level.

In order for a student-athlete to receive an Academic Achievement Award, the athletics director of the Division II institution must be current dues-paying member of the D2 ADA.

The Shaw award recipients are below:

John

Angrilla (Men's Soccer)

Samuel

Bamber Lister (Men's Soccer)

Jailynn

Butler (Women's Volleyball)

Daniel

Cameron (Men's Soccer)

Reid

Cobb-Phillips (Women's Soccer)

Jasa

Curry (Women's Soccer)

Siria

Dibe (Women's Tennis)

Philine

Diekhoff (Women's Soccer)

Shianne

Duplantis (Women's Soccer)

GianLuca

Evers (Men's Soccer)

Seana

Finn (Women's Soccer)

Gabrielle

Gayle (Women's XC/Outdoor Track & Field)

Romain

Hennebelle (Men's Tennis)

Dejoria

Howard (Women's Basketball)

Katherine

Inhoof (Women's Soccer)

Carl

Kennedy (Men's Soccer)

McKenzie

Lacount (Softball)

Andrea

Licea Garcia (Women's Soccer)

Brandon

Linares (Men's Soccer)

Lionel

Lucas (Football)

Salma

Luevano (Women's Soccer)

Zola

Mafolo Rodriguez (Men's Soccer)

Kundai

Manyonga (Women's Tennis)

Azul

Mardueno (Women's Soccer)

Alexandra

Masnica (Softball)

Andre

Matzuda (Men's Soccer)

Zari

Mays (Women's Basketball)

Yanika

McCrea (Women's Outdoor Track & Field/XC)

Shania

Medeus (Women's Soccer)

Madison

Moore (Women's Soccer)

Gabriel

Munoz (Men's Soccer)

Martin

Munoz (Men's Soccer)

Antonio

Nelson (Men's Soccer/XC)

Diego

Nino (Men's Tennis)

Fabien

Niyirora (Men's Soccer)

Georgios

Petousis (Men's Soccer)

Laura

Regidor (Women's Soccer)

Asaad

Shaw (Football)

Charles

Showers (Men's Soccer)

EvaCyrille

Simo (Women's Tennis)

Fenja

Soeth (Women's Soccer)

Karla

Sosa (Women's Volleyball/Softball)

Anais

Stephany (Women's Soccer)

Victoria

Swanson (Women's Basketball)

Laura

Tonkin (Women's Soccer)

Da'Shawn

Wallace (Football)

Rachelle

White (Women's Basketball)

KaydiAnn

Wint (Women's XC/Outdoor Track & Field)

Paige

Worden (Women's Volleyball)

Ben

Zuehlke (Men's Soccer)

Also, the student-athlete must: have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, have attended a minimum of two years (four semesters) of college level work and have been an active member of an intercollegiate team during his/her last academic year.

About D2 ADA: The D2 ADA is the first organization of its kind to provide educational and networking opportunities; enhancement of acceptable operating standards and ethics; and establishment of the overall prestige and understanding of the profession of Division II athletics directors. For more information about the D2 ADA, please visit www.div2ada.com. The D2 ADA is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 56th year. For more information on NACDA and the 17 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.

Shaw is one of six CIAA schools represented on the academic list. Overall, a record of 15,315 student-athletes from 201 colleges and universities were honored for their academic accomplishments.

For the most up-to-date information on Shaw University athletics and its 13 varsity sport teams, please visit shawbears.com.