2012–13 USciences Athletics Top Athletic / Academic Accomplishments

  • Named a President's Award for Academic Excellence recipient for second-straight year by the NCAA.
  • Women's cross country runner BRIANNA LIGOTSKI DPT’18 named to USTFCCCA all-academic team.
  • 18 student-athletes named to CACC all-academic teams.
  • Earned a 97 percent academic success rate (ASR), fifth best among all Division II schools nationally.
  • Women's cross country runner KRISTIN WATERS PharmD'15 named to the Capital One academic all-district track/ cross country first team (only CACC cross country runner to earn this honor).
  • 25 student-athletes named 2012 D-2 ADA academic achievement award winners.
  • Men’s basketball player GARRET KERR DPT’17 named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) player of the year and selected to two all-America teams.
  • Women's softball team set a school record for wins (24) and finished fifth in the CACC, earning its first CACC tournament berth since 2010.
  • USciences athletic department hosted 2013 CACC men’s and women’s basketball championship tournament.
  • Women's basketball player BRIANNE TRAUB PharmD’17 named to first team all-CACC.
  • Softball player ERIN SUMMERS DPT'15 became the Devils' all-time hits and stolen base leader.
  • USciences sports information director BOB HELLER inducted into the Philadelphia Area Small College Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
  • Women's cross country team named a U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division II all-academic team for 10th-straight year (first CACC team to achieve this).
  • Baseball player KYLE DAVIS ESWM’13 became the Devils all-time hits leader.
  • Mixed rifle shooter BRAD DRISCOLL PharmD'15 became a four-time MAC all-academic team honoree and was named to the Philadelphia area men's at-large all-academic team for the third-consecutive year
  • Men's tennis player JAKE SOSONKIN PrePro’16 named CACC rookie of the year.



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