Jan. 30, 2014
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Seven members of the Army men's soccer team drew recognition to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll on Thursday for their efforts in the classroom during the fall semester.
Junior goalkeeper Winston Boldt was named to the Academic Honor Roll for the third time in his career, marking the most recognitions among current Army players. The Portuguese major earned a 3.373 GPA last semester.
Senior midfielder Jason Lewis was honored for the second year in a row after registering a 3.488 GPA as a German major during the fall semester.
Juniors Vince Kennedy and Sean Mogan both qualified for the Academic Honor Roll for the second year in a row. A Management major, Kennedy finished the fall with a 3.449 GPA, while Mogan, who majors in Economics, earned a 3.303 GPA.
Sophomore back Cameron Niccum drew Academic Honor Roll honors for the second time in his career after recording a 3.583 GPA as a Mechanical Engineering major. Classmate Alex Clark, an Economics major, was a first-time honoree after finishing the semester with a team-best 3.898 GPA. Freshman Christian Clark, who has yet to declare a major, also grabbed his first Academic Honor Roll nod, as he posted a 3.702 GPA.
Bucknell led the conference with 20 selections among the league's 118 Academic Honor Roll qualifiers and was followed by Loyola (16), American (14) and Boston University (13). Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy all produced 11 honorees, followed by Colgate (8), Army (7) and Holy Cross (7).
To be eligible for the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn at least a 3.2 grade-point average during the semester of their sport's competition.