Jul 18, 2005
South Easton, Mass. ĖThe Northeast-10 Conference has announced the members of the 2004-2005 Commissionerís Honor Roll. In total, a record-high 668 student-athletes representing each of the leagueís 15 institutions are included on this yearís prestigious list as determined and submitted by each institutionís Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR).
ďI applaud all of the student-athletes for this outstanding recognition at their respective institutions,Ē Commissioner David Brunk said. ďOn our campuses, it is top priority to achieve academic excellence, which heightens the pride the Northeast-10 Conference takes in recognizing nearly 700 individuals this year. It is a true tribute to all of our institutions that have advocated the leagueís mission to improve athletics and academics.Ē
The Honor Roll includes a gold, sliver and bronze scholar athlete list. Each Gold Scholar finished in the top five percent for grade point average among student athletes at their institution, respectively. Silver Scholars finished in the top six through ten percent and bronze scholars placed among the top 11 through 15 percent.
The Northeast-10 is one of the largest and is the most diverse NCAA Division II playing conference in the nation. It sponsors 23 championship sports including baseball, menís basketball, womenís basketball, menís cross country, womenís cross country, football, field hockey, menís golf, menís ice hockey, menís lacrosse, womenís lacrosse, menís soccer, womenís soccer, menís indoor track and field, womenís indoor track and field, menís outdoor track and field, womenís outdoor track and field, menís tennis, womenís tennis, softball, womenís volleyball, menís swimming and diving, and womenís swimming and diving.
Members of the Northeast-10 include American International College, Assumption College, Bentley College, Bryant University, Franklin Pierce College, Le Moyne College, The University of Massachusetts Lowell, Merrimack College, Pace University, Saint Anselm College, Saint Michaelís College, The College of Saint Rose, Southern Connecticut State University, Southern New Hampshire University, and Stonehill College.