SUNYAC Honors Student-Athletes for Academics

 SUNYAC Honors Student-Athletes for Academics

08/26/2014 

The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has recognized 183 SUNY Cortland winter and spring sports student-athletes on its All-Academic and Commissioner's List teams for the 2013-14 season.

Athletes earn a spot on the All-Academic List by recording at least a 3.3 grade point average during the most recent semester and are chosen to the Commissioner's List if they have at least a cumulative 3.3 grade point average over the past three semesters combined.

The 183 Cortland selections include 37 men's track and field and 36 women's track and field athletes; 16 women's gymnasts; 14 baseball players; 13 women's ice hockey players; 11 women's swimmers and divers; 11 men's lacrosse players; nine women's basketball players; nine women's lacrosse players; nine wrestlers; eight men's ice hockey players; seven softball players; and three men's swimmers and divers. All winter and spring sports are honored, even if they are not sports sponsored by the SUNYAC.

Cortland also had 96 student-athletes honored during the 2013 fall season, giving the College a total of 279 student-athletes recognized by the conference during the entire 2013-14 school year.

Complete List of Cortland's 2013-14 Winter and Spring Recipients (PDF)


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