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Detroit Mercy Lacrosse Lands 20 On 2011-12 MAAC Academic Honor Roll

EDISON, N.J. — The University of Detroit Mercy had the most members on the MAAC Lacrosse All-Academic Team back in May and once again, the Titans led the way in an academic category with 20 selections as the conference released its’ 2011-12 Academic Honor Roll. To be eligible for the MAAC Academic Honor Roll, an athlete must hold a grade point average of 3.20 or higher on a 4.0 scale. The Honor Roll is open to both full-time and associate members of the MAAC with athletes represented in all 24 sports that the conference sponsors. Read More…

EDISON, N.J. — The University of Detroit Mercy had the most members on the MAAC Lacrosse All-Academic Team back in May and once again, the Titans led the way in an academic category with 20 selections as the conference released its’ 2011-12 Academic Honor Roll.

To be eligible for the MAAC Academic Honor Roll, an athlete must hold a grade point average of 3.20 or higher on a 4.0 scale. The Honor Roll is open to both full-time and associate members of the MAAC with athletes represented in all 24 sports that the conference sponsors.

The 20 Titans topped men’s lacrosse with Canisius (15) and Jacksonville (13) in second and third, respectively. The 20 honorees were 10 more than Detroit had last year and the most in the red, white and blue’s three years in the league.

Full list of the 2011-12 Academic Honor Roll.

Detroit Men’s Lacrosse 2011-12 MAAC Academic Honor Roll
Brandon Beauregard – 3.60 – Pre-Law
Mike Birney – 3.34 – Business
Damie Danseglio – 3.39 – Criminal Justice
Brandon Davenport – 3.55 – Education
John Dwyer – 3.62 – Engineering
Joe Gifford – 3.65 – Biology
Brad Janer – 3.68 – Engineering
Joe MacLean – 3.80 – Communications
Ty Maruyama – 3.77 – Biology
Tom Masterson – 3.57 – History
Jason McDonald – 3.25 – Criminal Justice
Chris Nemes – 3.62 – Business
John Nowicki – 3.65 – Education
Adam Parrottino – 3.52 – Business & Finance
Nick Schesnuk – 3.88 – Pre-Dental
Drew Schupbach – 3.84 – Chemistry
Chris Shevins – 3.90 – Criminal Justice
Thomas Sible – 3.72 – Business
Brian Smith – 3.20 – English
Wes Steen – 3.93 – Mechanical Engineering

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