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Lea Day Admitted To Sellinger Scholars Program

May 1, 2006

Baltimore, Md. - Freshman women's soccer player Lea Day has been accepted into Loyola's Sellinger Scholars Program, an honors curriculum in business administration designed to prepare highly motivated students for roles of leadership and service. Day, a 5-7 midfielder from Boulder, Colo., is one of seven Loyola student-athletes now enrolled in the program.

In her first season at Loyola, Day played in all 20 games and registered five points from the midfield. Scoring one goal and adding three assists, Day finished the season with a .400 shot-on-goal percentage while helping the Greyhounds post a 15-5 overall record.

Acceptance into the Sellinger Scholars Program is limited to 25 students per class year. Freshman who have completed 15 credits with a GPA of 3.5, majoring in Accounting or Business Administration, will be invited to apply to the program in their spring semester and scholars must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 in order to remain in the program.

Below is a complete list of Loyola's current student-athletes enrolled in the program.

Sellinger Scholars Program
Class of '06
John McNamara, swimming

Class of '07
Elizabeth Gunner, crew
Sean McElroy, crew
Patrick McCadden, cross country
Sarah Spencer, cross country

Class of '08
Connor Locke, Men's lacrosse
Mallory Tarca, Women's Tennis

Class of '09
Lea Day, Women's soccer