NJAC Announces 2018-19 All-Academic Team

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Pitman, N.J. - A league-record total of 1,038 student-athletes have been named to the New Jersey Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the 2018-19 academic year. To be eligible for the squad, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior who has competed in a conference-sponsored sport while achieving a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.20. First and second-team selections were made by each of the league's 10 full-member institutions.

Farmingdale State competes in the NJAC for indoor and outdoor track and had 15 student-athletes named to the All-Academic Team:

Nazira Bah-Traore - Junior - Wheatley Heights, NY - Science, Technology & Society
Blake Borghard - Junior - Northport, NY - Mechanical Engineering Technology
Nicole Ferguson - Junior - Shirley, NY - Criminal Justice
Stephen Honoré - Sopohomore - Uniondale, NY - Mechanical Engineering Technology
Nicole Johnson - Sopohomore - Bethpage, NY - Liberal Arts
Erin Lettieri - Junior - West Islip, NY - Science, Technology & Society
Marina Magoulas - Sopohomore - Islip, NY - Business Management
Chris Malfa - Sopohomore - Merrick, NY - Science, Technology & Society
Jake Messling - Junior - Massapequa, NY - Business Management
Joseph Motis - Junior - Massapequa, NY - Applied Mathematics
Janine Santorelli - Senior - Babylon, NY - Professional Communications
Philip Sellitto - Senior - Levittown, NY - Mechanical Engineering Technology
Jessica Wahlen - Junior - Hicksville, NY - Liberal Arts
Griffin Young - Senior - West Islip, NY - Business Management
Richard Zapata - Senior - Farmingdale, NY - Nursing

 

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