Nine Delaware Tech student-athletes receive NJCAA All-Academic honors

GEORGETOWN – Delaware Technical Community College had nine student-athletes receive National Junior College Athletic Association honors for their academic achievement. These nine student-athletes received the NJCAA All-Academic Student-Athlete Award by obtaining a specific grade point average for the academic year.

The NJCAA All-Academic Student-Athlete Award consists of three tiers of teams. The first team consists of student-athletes with a 4.0 GPA, the second team consists of student-athletes with a 3.8-3.99 GPA, and the third team consists of student-athletes with a 3.6-3.79 GPA.

Top row, from left: Kyle Lux, Morgan Willoughby, MaryBeth O’Hanlon, Elisha Marks, and Ben Hudson. Bottom row: Eric Coffey, Eric Evans, Stephen Constantinou, and Rachel Thomson (Special to the Sussex Post).

The nine student-athletes honored from Delaware Tech are:

All-Academic First Team

  • MaryBeth O’Hanlon, Clayton, Aquinas Academy School – Women’s Volleyball

All-Academic Second Team

  • Eric Evans, Newark, A.I. duPont High School – Men’s Cross Country
  • Rachel Thomson, Dover, Calvary Christian Academy – Women’s Volleyball

All-Academic Third Team

  • Eric Coffey, Claymont, Brandywine High School – Men’s Lacrosse
  • Stephen Constantinou, Kennett Square, Pa., St. Marks High School – Men’s Cross Country
  • Ben Hudson, Whaleyville, Md., Homeschooled – Baseball
  • Kyle Lux, Lewes, Sussex Tech High School – Baseball
  • Elisha Marks, Seaford, Sussex Tech High School – Softball
  • Morgan Willoughby, Federalsburg, Md., Col. Richardson High School – Softball

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