2021 Chi Alpha Sigma class announced



FREDERICK, Md. – The Hood College athletic department has announced 22 new inductees and a total of 40 student-athletes recognized as part of the Epsilon Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma. 

The Blazers’ 18 repeat honorees are the highest for Hood since the chapter was established in 2008-09. It is the second highest total number of honorees, trailing only last spring’s 50 total student-athletes. The 22 new inductees are the third-best. Hood had 40 new inductees a year ago and 23 in 2011-12. 

Chi Alpha Sigma is the pre-eminent honor society for college athletes, recognizing junior and senior student-athletes who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.4 or above, on a 4.0 scale, and have lettered in his/her sport. Potential inductees, who must be endorsed by their coaches, are to display good sportsmanship, citizenship, and moral character. 
 
 junior and senior student-athletes who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.4 or above, on a 4.0 scale, and have lettered in their sport.

Chi Alpha Sigma was founded in 1996 on the campus of DePauw University. 

New Inductees (22)

  • Angela Acampora, softball
  • Cailyn Barthlow, softball
  • Brianna Benge, field hockey
  • Kevin Ciocco, men’s track and field
  • Lance Coffey, men’s golf
  • Marietta Cordero, field hockey
  • Brandi Davidson, softball
  • Sam Driscoll, men’s golf
  • Jess Hollman, women’s lacrosse
  • Maria Kelly, field hockey
  • Tanner Leonard, men’s golf
  • Jess Lyons, women’s lacrosse
  • Robyn Reus, women’s volleyball
  • Kyle Scott, men’s lacrosse
  • Savannah Thomas, women’s lacrosse
  • Sydney Thomas, women’s lacrosse
  • Rebecca Turner, women’s lacrosse
  • Sophia Vilaca, women’s lacrosse
  • Talia Wade, women’s golf
  • Sam Wheeler, baseball
  • Jackson Wilder, esports
  • Derek Wyld, men’s golf

Repeat Honorees (18)

  • Brooks Anderson, men’s swimming
  • Jordan Bailey, women’s soccer/women’s tennis
  • Abbey Bloom, women’s tennis
  • Megan Carter, women’s tennis
  • Ben DeLeo, men’s tennis
  • Jenna Frick, women’s golf
  • Jake Howell, baseball
  • Tailyn Kite, women’s volleyball
  • Nick Mazaleski, men’s track and field
  • Michael Mullen, men’s lacrosse
  • Cassidy O’Neill, women’s soccer/women’s lacrosse
  • Michaela Provinzano, women’s soccer
  • Tenley Reeder, women’s lacrosse
  • Emily Savona, women’s soccer/women’s lacrosse
  • ReidAnn Sever, women’s soccer
  • Laura Vetter, women’s basketball
  • Ryan Waugh, men’s soccer
  • Andrew Wenner, baseball
  • Skylar Wright, women’s tennis

 
 



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