Six Named Academic All-Centennial

Six Named Academic All-Centennial

Complete Academic All-Centennial Team

LANCASTER, Pa. – Six Franklin & Marshall student-athletes earned a spot on the 2016 Spring Academic All-Centennial list, announced by the league office on Wednesday. David Iacobucci (baseball), Mike Wasik (men's lacrosse), Sarah Bozzo (women's lacrosse), Inigo Flores and Jack Rothman (men's tennis), as well as Morgan Gray (women's track & field) all garnered the accolade. 

To be nominated, a student-athlete must receive both All-Conference and Academic Honor Roll honors. A total of 84 student-athletes throughout the conference were recognized with the honor. 

Iacobucci (Malvern, Pa. / Great Valley) was named to the All-CC First Team for baseball after leading F&M with a .379 batting average and a .579 slugging percentage, marks that both placed the outfielder sixth in the CC.

Wasik (West Caldwell, N.J. / James Caldwell) received All-CC Honorable Mention as a midfielder for the first time in his career after recording 27 points and scoring 24 goals this season. He ended the year with back-to-back three-goal games against Dickinson and Ursinus and reached four points on two occasions.

Bozzo (Mountain Lakes, N.J. / Mountain Lakes) received second team all-region honors for the second year after receiving All-CC Second Team recognition. The junior defender has registered 22 caused turnovers and collected 21 ground balls so far this season.

Flores (Trapagaran, Spain / Burdinibarra B.H.I.), a Business, Organizations, and Society and Economics double major, was also named CC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men's tennis. The award is reserved for the junior or senior with the highest GPA that makes the All-Centennial Team. He posted a 10-3 singles record - predominantly at No. 4 - and a 14-5 mark in doubles play on the year. Flores teamed with Vasant Rajamanickam to receive All-CC Honorable Mention for doubles. 

Rothman (Old Saybrook, Conn. / Old Saybrook) earned all-conference recognition for the first time in his career after being named to the second team for singles. At No. 3 singles, the sophomore put together a 15-6 record on the year, including a 7-2 mark in conference. 

Gray (Beloit, Wis. / Craig) secured third place in the triple jump at the CC Outdoor Championships with a distance of 10.99 meters (36'-0.75") which qualified her for ECAC competition. The senior also earned a spot on the All-CC Sportsmanship Team.