Lacrosse had 17 players named on the Academic All-MAC squad

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Senior Eva Nikolai was one of only four student-athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Kelli Bailey, Meghan Cawood, Madison Flannigan, Megan French, Abby Jones, Allison Kortowich, Megan Kozar, Morgan Kubicki, Lexi Piekarski, Madison Rapier and Kenzie Sklar joined Nikolai in earning spots on the team for the second year in a row. Anna Gellin, Lily Miller, Jackie Wolford, Anna Woodhams and Jordan Zablo were each named to the team for the first time.

The Mid-American Conference nominated a total of 84 student-athletes to this year’s squad on Tuesday, tying a programme record with 17 Academic All-MAC recipients for Kent State lacrosse. The 17 student-athletes on the Golden Flashes tied for the most in the conference. The Academic All-MAC Team recognises student-athletes who have excelled academically and athletically. To be eligible, a student-athlete must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 and have competed in at least 50% of the contests for that sport. The prize is not available to first-year students or transfers in their first year of residence.

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  • Head coach Brianne Tierney’s team achieved success both on the field and in the classroom during the spring semester. The Flashes set a program record for wins and qualified for the inaugural MAC Lacrosse Tournament while earning a 3.473 spring GPA, the team’s eighth consecutive term with a 3.3 or higher. Be sure to follow Kent State Lacrosse on Twitter and Instagram for news and updates about the program.

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