QU Women's Golf Places Six On 2015 MAAC All-Academic Team

QU Women's Golf Places Six On 2015 MAAC All-Academic Team

HAMDEN, Conn. – Quinnipiac women's golf was well represented on the 2015 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference All-Academic team as six Bobcats received honors from the league for their academic achievements. The Bobcats had the second-most student-athletes honored out of the eight-team conference.

To be eligible for the MAAC All-Academic Team, a student athlete must complete two semesters at their institution and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 on a 4.0 scale. 

Alexa Gentile (Avon, Connecticut), Angelica Muscatelli (North Providence, Rhode Island), Emily Ribbins (Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands), Jessica Rotell (Cheshire, Connecticut), Nicole Scola (Westerly, Rhode Island) and Jenn Whaley (Farmington, Connecticut) were all named to the team. Gentile, Muscatelli, Rotell and Whaley were all previously honored by the MAAC, as well as the Northeast Conference in 2013, while Ribbins and Scola earn their first award in their first year of eligibility for the award.

The University of Dayton and Fairfield University led all schools with seven members each named to the team. Quinnipiac University has six student-athletes on the team, followed by the University of Hartford and Niagara University with five each. Siena College and the University at Albany had two representatives each on the team, while Monmouth University had one. 

Jessica Rotell

Quinnipiac University

Sr.

Nursing

Cheshire, Conn.

Angelica Muscatelli

Quinnipiac University

Sr.

Nursing

North Providence, R.I.

Nicole Scola

Quinnipiac University

So.

Finance

Westerly, R.I.

Emily Ribbins

Quinnipiac University

So.

Communications

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Jennifer Whaley

Quinnipiac University

Jr.

Economics

Farmington, Conn.

Alexa Gentile

Quinnipiac University

Jr.

Finance

Avon, Conn.