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Sixty-six members of fall teams were on the NESCAC All-Academic Team, the fourth-most in the conference. An athlete must have a cumulative GPA of 3.35 or higher to be eligible. … In WOMEN’S SOCCER, defender Su-Lin Del Guercio ’11 and goalie Jayde Bennett ’13 were named All-NESCAC—the third time for Del Guercio and the first for Bennett, who sat out 2009 with an injury. MEN’S SOCCER earned a NESCAC quarterfinal berth but fell to fourth-seeded Amherst. … Midfielder Meryl Poulin ’11 was named All-NESCAC and represented FIELD HOCKEY in the 2010 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III Senior Game. … All-America runner Emma Linhard ’11 finished 91st in a field of 279 in the NCAA Division III Women’s Cross Country championships. Amy Tortorello ’13 was 149th. … FOOTBALL was 4-4 for the second straight season. Five players received All-NESCAC honors: offensive lineman Nick Steele ’11 was first team while second-team honors went to wide receiver Patrick Burns ’11, linebacker Tom Duffy ’12, defensive lineman Ryan Veillette ’13, and defensive back Derrick Beasley ’13.

 
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