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Moravian Honors 62 Student-Athletes at Chi Alpha Sigma Luncheon

Moravian honored 62 student-athletes at its 2019 Chi Alpha Sigma National Athlete Honor Society Luncheon on March 29.
Moravian honored 62 student-athletes at its 2019 Chi Alpha Sigma National Athlete Honor Society Luncheon on March 29.

BETHLEHEM, Pa. --- The Moravian College Department of Athletics & Recreation honored 62 student-athletes Friday afternoon at their annual Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society Luncheon as a kickoff to NCAA Division III Week that runs from April 1-7.

Chi Alpha Sigma works with NCAA and NAIA member institutions to recognize outstanding college student-athletes for their successes both on the field of competition and in the classroom. To be eligible for Chi Alpha Sigma, student-athletes must be a junior and/or senior with a 3.4 or higher GPA and have earned a varsity letter. The new inductees will receive a certificate a medallion with the 31 seniors also receiving and honors cords to wear at graduation in May.

"Greyhound student-athletes have always performed well in the classroom and it is exciting to have an opportunity to recognize these achievements with their induction into Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athletic Honor Society," stated associate Director of Athletics Renee Hellert. "The amount of dedication these students put forth in both their sport and in the classroom is immeasurable and it is an honor to celebrate their success."

Moravian's 2019 Chi Alpha Sigma honorees include 28 seniors and 34 juniors representing all 20 varsity programs and includes the following student-athletes:

Baseball – Junior Ian Csencsits, Senior Mike Mittl, Junior Connor Morro, Junior Kole Rodrigues

Men's Basketball – Senior Nicholas Casazza

Women's Basketball – Senior Karlie Brogan, Senior Ariana Caiati, Junior Nadine Ewald, Senior Caitlin Flanagan, Junior Brooke Santy


Men's Cross Country – Junior Devon Fogel also men's track & field, Senior Aaron Hofmann also men's track & field, Junior Gavin Kemery also men's track & field, Junior Alex Tursi also men's track & field

Women's Cross Country – Junior Carly Danoski also women's track & field, Junior Marlee Hornbaker also women's track & field, Senior Alyssa Limbaugh also women's track & field, Junior Katie Mayer also women's track & field, Junior Rachel Mikols also women's track & field

Field Hockey – Senior Emily Duddy, Senior Elizabeth Hrehovcik, Junior Devyn Lapp, Junior Ashley Magee, Junior Olivia Schlofer, Junior Haley Wrazien

Football – Senior Devon Bucks, Junior Andrew Lelie, Junior Sal Pagano, Senior Vincent Pianoforte, Senior Tanner Stokes, Senior Nick Zambelli

Golf – Senior Kody Long

Men's Lacrosse – Senior Austin Adams, Senior John Kerrison

Women's Lacrosse – Senior Dalia Aguilar, Junior Allie Fisher, Senior Kelley Gavin, Senior Jacqueline LaCava, Senior Jillian Picciuto, Senior Melissa Webber

Men's Soccer – Senior Armando Gonzalez, Senior Michael Guarino

Women's Soccer – Senior Paige Kovacs, Junior Paige Weiss

Softball – Senior Julia DeMarco, Senior Ashley Gindle, Junior Samantha O'Keefe, Senior Madison Shaneberger, Junior Emily Stanilious

Men's Tennis – Senior Austin Grace

Women's Tennis – Senior Kate Rennar

Men's Track & Field – Senior Jon Anthony, Senior Woody Battle, Senior Tyler Bergsma, Senior Ryan Harper, Senior John Spirk

Women's Track & Field – Junior Vanessa Blose, Senior Jordan Luciano, Junior Hailee Yoder

Women's Volleyball – Junior Victoria Kauffman, Junior Alexis Szaro, Senior Erin Tiger

Photos from the ceremony

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NCAA Division III Week celebrates student-athletes' academic achievements and athletic accomplishments, in addition to their campus leadership and their involvement in community service.