Loyola Student-Athletes Shine In Classroom In 2014-2015
June 9, 2015
BALTIMORE - Loyola University Maryland student-athletes had a terrific showing in the classroom during the 2014-2015 academic year, sporting a combined grade-point average of 3.279 with 230 Dean's List honorees during both semesters.
The Greyhounds' nearly 400 student-athletes posted a spring semester GPA of 3.308 with 22 earning 4.0s for the term.
"We are very proud of our student-athletes; they are competing in the classroom as well as in their arena of competition," said Colleen Campbell, Loyola's director of student-athlete support services. "It is very difficult to balance academics and athletics as a NCAA Division I student-athlete, and all of our teams have been extremely successful in doing just that. This highlights the Jesuit values of educating the whole person. It is a true team effort with great support from our faculty, staff, coaches and administrators."
Sixteen of the Greyhounds' teams finished the spring semester with a GPA of better than 3.0, both cumulatively and for the term. The women's tennis team leads the athletic department with a cumulative GPA of 3.563, while the men's soccer team is close behind at 3.451. The women's cross country squad had a spring-semester combined GPA of 3.554, topping the department.
The following student-athletes earned 4.0 GPAs during the spring semester: Alden Bauman (women's swimming and diving), Erin Calderoni (women's swimming and diving), Jenna Egan (women's swimming and diving), Sara Gilson (women's cross country and track and field), Kelly Hilbert (women's track and field), Morgan Holleran (women's lacrosse), Allie Krasnov (women's swimming and diving), Dale Maholage (men's swimming and diving), Mindy Maloney (women's volleyball), Madelene McDonald (women's basketball), M.C. McDonald (women's lacrosse) Jared Mintzlaff (men's lacrosse), Danny Mooney (men's soccer), Haleigh Morgus (women's tennis), Chris Myers (men's lacrosse), Madalyn Myers (women's swimming and diving), Olivia Ott (women's tennis), Franz Rassman (men's basketball), Kelly Santangelo (women's soccer), Antony Sare (men's soccer), Claire Scavone (women's track and field) and Gabrielle Tana (women's soccer). Bauman, Maholage, Chris Myers and Madalyn Myers had perfect GPAs for both the fall and spring semesters.