Erin Meyer, MIT
June 26, 2014
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Two hundred and two student-athletes have been named to this year's Patriot League Women's Rowing Academic Honor Roll, including 2014 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Erin Meyer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A senior mechanical engineering major, Meyer was one of 17 women's rowing student-athletes to post a 4.0 or better grade point average during the spring semester.
Six of Meyer's teammates also finished with a 4.0 GPA this spring with Becca Taylor (chemistry) being the lone junior. A trio of sophomores Katherine Adler (environmental engineering), Briana Chin (brain & cognitive sciences), and Veronica Toro (biological engineering) also achieved the mark along with freshman Stephanie Bousleiman (brain & cognitive sciences) and Elizabeth Glista (mechanical engineering). Navy landed four with a perfect 4.0 GPA with freshman Ariadna Dang (operations research) and Paige Stateler (chemistry) and sophomores Rebecca Greenberg (systems engineering) and Kathleen Heinbach (computer engineering). Georgetown was the only other school with more than one student-athlete to achieve a 4.0 GPA with junior Katie McGowan (biology) and freshman Christina Johnson (human science). Colgate senior Macy Warren (psychology) had the highest mark at 4.22 and Boston University junior Anna Martin (health studies), Bucknell junior Margo Boyd (mathematics/economics) and Lehigh senior Kaitlyn Dennington (psychology) all finished with a 4.0 GPA in the spring.
Boston University led all Patriot League schools with 43 honor roll selections. Georgetown was second with 34, followed by MIT (27), Bucknell (26) and Navy (23). All 11 members of the Academic All-Patriot League team appear on the 2014 honor roll.
To be eligible for the spring Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.20 grade-point average in the spring semester and participate in one of the Patriot League's winter or spring championship sports.
View the entire Patriot League Rowing 2014 Academic Honor Roll