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NJCAA names BCCC students to All-Academic teams

The National Junior College Athletic Association has named 22 student-athletes from Bucks County Community College to its 2019-20 All-Academic teams.
The list includes three Centurions who had a perfect 4.0 grade-point average during the last academic year.
Student-athletes are eligible to earn academic honors by achieving an overall GPA of 3.6 or higher for the 2019-20 academic year. The criteria for the three All-Academic teams are: NJCAA All-Academic first team: 4.00 GPA; NJCAA All-Academic second team: 3.80-3.99 GPA; NJCAA All-Academic third team: 3.60-3.79 GPA.
The NJCAA All-Academic team is comprised of student-athletes who competed in a varsity level sport during the 2019-20 academic year, passed at least 24 credits and registered an academic year GPA of at least 3.60 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher.

The Centurions honored are:
Amanda Edson, Newtown, women’s tennis, first team;
Salvatore Ficarotta, Yardley, men’s soccer, first team;
Jon Lotrean, Warminster, men’s soccer, first team;
Lauren Daley, Philadelphia, women’s tennis, second team;
Samantha Gillespie, Perkasie, women’s tennis, second team;
Melissa Klimowicz, Levittown. softball/women’s soccer, second team;
Ysabelle Minschwaner, Pipersvill, volleyball, second team;
Samantha Pipito, Levittown, volleyball, second team;
Dylan Akay, Newtown, men’s soccer, third team;
Hallie Baier, Perkasie, women’s soccer, third team;
Chris Benvenuto, Langhorne, golf, third team;
Samantha Beverley, Newtown, women’s cross country, third team;
Christopher Clark, Morrisville, men’s soccer, third team;
Madison Donovan, Levittown, women’s basketball/volleyball, third team;
Colleen Dougherty, Fairless Hills, softball, third team;
Maddie Doyle, Chalfont, women’s soccer, third team;
Nick Dunn, Perkasie, men’s basketball, third team;
Ava Hensor, Fairless Hills, softball, third team;
Cailin Nally, New Hope, women’s tennis, third team;
Andrea Nistor, Richboro, women’s tennis, third team;
Raven Ochoa, Upper Black Eddy, women’s soccer, third team;
Chloe Weissman, Newtown, softball, third team.