Seventeen Terriers Named to NAC All-Academic Team

Seventeen Terriers Named to NAC All-Academic Team

WATERVILLE, MAINE — The North Atlantic Conference (NAC) has announced it's 2017-18 North Atlantic Conference Winter/Spring All-Academic Team. One Terrier, Jordan Turner (Caso, Maine), was named on All-Academic as well as the Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women's lacrosse.

Women's basketball players named to the All-Academic Team are: Michaella Arsenault  (Monmouth, Maine), Karli Stubbs  (Auburn, Maine), and Jordan Turner (Casco, Maine).

Baseball players named to the All-Academic Team are: Cody Cousins (Wells, Maine), Ryan Jurgiewich (Medway, Maine), Nicholas Milne (Round Hill, Va.), and Quinton Stebbins (Farmingdale, Maine).

All-Academic Team student-athletes and men's lacrosse players are Jasen Dickey (Bath, Maine) and Johnathan Wilcox (Palmyra, Maine).

Women's lacrosse players named to the All-Academic Team are: Sarahjane Call (Arlington, Texas), Sydni Collier (Oakland, Maine), and Jordan Turner (Casco, Maine).

All-Academic Team student-athletes and softball players are Kayla Bess (Madison, Maine), Lauren Farina (Schenectady, N.Y.), and Katie Taylor (Lebanon, Maine), who is also a Sportsmanship Team Honoree.

Men's tennis players named to the All-Academic Team are: Ryan Chasse (Fort Kent, Maine), who was also named First Team All-NAC, Christo Naranja (Fort Kent, Maine), also a Sportsmanship Team Honoree, and Kaleb Payson (Lamoine, Maine).

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