Spring 2019 Scholar-Athletes

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    CONGRATS TO OUR SPRING 2019 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES & TEAM SCHOLAR-ATHLETES!

    ALL-WESTERN NY SCHOLAR-ATHLETES

    The following senior student-athletes carried a 90% average or better for the past 6 semesters.

    RECIPIENTS:

    • Laney Wieclaw – Girls Track & Field
    • Carson Essenburg – Boys Track & FIeld

    SPRING NYSPHSAA TEAM SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS:

    To achieve team recognition with a certificate, the team’s average GPA for 75 percent of the roster must be equal to or greater than 90%. Only students with a 90% or above will receive pins, even if a student with a lower GPA was used in the calculation.

    RECIPIENTS:

    • Softball – 94.17 (8 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)
    • Baseball – 91.17 (7 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)
    • Girls Lacrosse – 90.44 (12 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)
    • Girls Outdoor Track – 94.78  (33 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)
    • Boys Outdoor Track – 90.78  (21 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)

    When a team does not meet the Scholar-Athlete Team criteria, the individuals on that team with a GPA of 90% or above are still eligible to receive a pin and will be considered an Individual Scholar-Athlete.

    TEAMS NOT ACHIEVING 90% BUT HAD INDIVIDUALS WITH AT LEAST A 90% AVERAGE:

    • Boys Tennis – 89.94 (3 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)
    • Boys Lacrosse – 86.33 (5 students achieving an average of 90% or greater)


Winter 2018 scholar athletes

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    CONGRATS TO OUR WINTER 2018 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES & TEAM SCHOLAR-ATHLETES!

    The Athletic Department would like to recognize and congratulate the following students on receiving an honorable mention for individual Section VI Scholar Athlete awardsSean Ferry (pictured), Leah Manth (pictured), Amy Carson, Hallie Daigler, Amanda Davis, Matthew Grigg, Madison Heiss, Jordan Holmes, Alyssa Kissel, Brandon Lynch, Amelia Milioto, Jarod Powers, Angela Stevick and Brandon Stychalska.

    Additionally, many of our winter varsity sports teams were named as team scholar athletes. These teams include: Boys Varsity Basketball, Boys Varsity Hockey, Boys Varsity Swimming and Diving, Boys Varsity Indoor Track, Girls Varsity Basketball, Winter Varsity Cheer, Girls Varsity Bowling and Girls Varsity Indoor Track.

    We are so proud of each and every one of these students and their accomplishments. Again, CONGRATULATIONS!



Fall 2018 scholar athletes

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    CONGRATS TO OUR FALL 2018 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES & TEAM SCHOLAR-ATHLETES!

    2018 FALL SENIOR SECTION VI SCHOLAR-ATHLETES:

    The following senior student-athletes carried a 90% average or better for the past 6 semesters.

    WINNERS:

    1. Laney Wieclaw – Girls Volleyball
    2. Samantha Kennedy – Girls Tennis
    3. Carson Essenburg – Boys Soccer

    HONORABLE MENTION:

    1. Chase Steingasser – Girls Volleyball
    2. Samantha DalPorto – Girls Soccer
    3. Grace Vater – Girls Soccer
    4. Bridget Wilson – Girls Soccer
    5. Taylor Dietrich – Girls Swimming & Diving
    6. Jenna Flach – Girls Swimming & Diving
    7. Chelsea Cohn – Girls Tennis
    8. Katherine Sieracki – Girls Tennis
    9. Michael Finn – Boys Cross Country
    10. Casey Trombley – Boys Soccer
    11. Colin Beach – Football
    12. Connor DeVantier – Football

    FALL NYSPHSAA TEAM SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS:

    To receive team recognition with a certificate, the team’s average GPA for 75% of the roster must be greater than or equal to 90%. Only students with a 90 or above will receive pins, even if a student with a lower GPA was used in the calculation.

    WINNERS:

    1. Girls Volleyball – 96.29 (9 students achieving 90% average)
    2. Girls Soccer – 94.47 (13 students achieving 90% average)
    3. Girls Swimming & Diving – 94.42 (14 students achieving 90% average)
    4. Girls Tennis – 94.35 (7 students achieving 90% average)
    5. Boys Golf – 93.13 (4 students achieving 90% average)
    6. Cheerleading – 92.61 (8 students achieving 90% average)
    7. Girls Cross Country – 90.48 (4 students achieving 90% average)

    When a team does not meet the Scholar-Athlete Team criteria, the individuals on that team with a 90% or above GPA are still eligible to receive a pin and will be considered an Individual Scholar Athlete.

    TEAMS NOT ACHIEVING 90% BUT HAD INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS ACHIEVING A 90% AVERAGE:

    8. Boys Soccer – 89.76 (8 students achieving 90% average)
    9. Boys Cross Country – 89.57 (3 students achieving 90% average)
    10. Boys Volleyball – 89.42 (3 students achieving 90% average)
    11. Football – 89.37 (12 students achieving 90% average)

Criteria

  • The NYSPHSAA is proud to recognize student athletes who excel in the classroom. Too often, student athletes are only recognized for their performance in the gym or on the field. The Section VI Scholar Athlete program names Individual and Team award winners each season, each with its own criteria to meet. The awards were developed to recognize the hard work that student athletes do off the field.

    Criteria for the Section VI ADPRO All-WNY Scholar Athlete Individual Award: Student must have an overall grade point average of 90 or above for six semesters (fall, winter) and seven semesters (spring); student must be a starter or important reserve; seniors only.

    Criteria for Team Awards: A required number of team members must have a combined team average of 90% or higher.