The Hamilton College men’s and women’s cross country teams have received academic recognition from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Both teams earned All-Academic Team honors and a total of three individuals were awarded All-Academic status.
Sarah Ohanesian ’14 (Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Emma Willard School) and Adrian Walsh ’16 (Bozeman, Mont./Cate School) of the women’s team earned All-Academic honors, which are awarded to student-athletes with a minimum grade-point average of 3.30 and finish among the top 25 percent at their regional championship meet. Ohanesian is a psychology and Spanish major with a GPA of 3.80. Walsh, an undeclared student, holds a 3.31 GPA.
Adam Pfander ’16 (Beacon, N.Y./Concord Academy [Mass.]), an undeclared student with a 3.56 GPA, received All-Academic recognition on the men's side.
Team All-Academic honors are awarded to men’s and women’s programs that maintained a total GPA of at least 3.10. The Hamilton women compiled a team GPA of 3.45 and the men posted a GPA of 3.44. Both teams have earned Team All-Academic recognition in each of the past six years.
Complete list of Team All-Academic Award recipients
Complete list of Individual All-Acadmic Award recipients (men's | women's)