SUNY-ESF Soccer Team Receives Honors
Academic and athletic honors go to men’s and women’s teams
Students at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) were honored for their academic excellence and outstanding athletic achievements.
Members of the men's and women's soccer teams received United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Academic All-American Soccer honors. Academic All-Americans must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students named Academic All-Americans were Christina Elliott, senior, environmental and forest biology; Ashley Miller, sophomore, environmental resources engineering; Drew Gamils, senior, environmental studies; Megan Kuczka, sophomore, environmental science; Dan Arseneau, senior, landscape architecture; and Steven Tyrrell, senior, paper and bioprocess engineering.
Students named USCAA Athletic All Americans were Kyle Siegel, junior, environmental studies; Tyrrell; and Miller. Miller is the only woman from ESF named to the USCAA Athletic All-American team.
Named to the USCAA Second Team Athletic All-Americans were Kyle Bardwell, sophomore, environmental resources engineering; and Ryan Graig, junior, environmental studies. Athletic All-Americans are chosen by the coaches.
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