Corsairs Earn New England Football Conference Academic Honors
Jan. 29, 2010
BOSTON, MA-Fourteen members of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's football team have been recognized by the New England Football Conference for their academic prowess.
All were named to the 2009 NEFC All-Academic Team.
The team included 254 student-athletes, all of whom qualified by completing at least three semesters at their current school with a grade-point average of 3.00 or better.
Nine seniors made the list, which also included two juniors and three sophomores. Freshmen were not eligible.
"I am extremely proud of the 14 young men that made the NEFC Academic All Conference Team," said UMass Dartmouth Head Coach Mark Robichaud. "They all represent UMass Dartmouth and the football program extremely well. In addition to the 14 named, we also had 17 freshmen and transfer students who also achieved above a 3.00. I am proud of their commitment to the university, their academics and the football program.
The entire UMass Dartmouth list:
Name Class Pos Hometown/School Major
Corey Arenz Jr. DB East Taunton,MA/Taunton Marketing Drew Coveney Sr. WR Weymouth, MA/Weymouth Operations Management Paul Daddario So. OL Spring, TX/Flower Mound Accounting Matt Doyle Sr. DB Rockland, MA/So. Shore Vo Tech Marketing Marc Fiore Sr. WR Wakefield, MA/Wakefield Operations Management Ryan Griffin Sr. OL Burlington, MA/Burl./UML Crime & Justice Studies John Kelly Sr. LB Shrewsbury, MA/Shrewsbury Marketing Tyler Kramer Sr. OL Hopkinton, MA/Hopkinton Economics David Menapace Sr. DB/K Holliston,MA/Holliston Finance James Moore Sr. RB Wakefield, MA/Wakefield Operations Management Shyam Subramanian Jr. WR Stoneham, MA/Stoneham Political Science George Vasiliadis Sr. TE/K Worcester, MA/St. Peter-Marian Economics Dan Wendt So. OL Boxford, MA/Masconomet Business Robert Yarbough So. OL Fall River, MA/Durfee Accounting
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