Abington-area residents among Keystone College athletes recognized for academics


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    Shelby Croasdale and Hannah Richner, both of Nicholson, Dana Carey, of Tunkhannock, and Kristen Hlavaty, of Scott Township, were part of a record 53 Keystone College student-athletes named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference’s (CSAC) Fall 2016 All-Academic Team.

    The CSAC All-Academic Team recognizes student-athletes who have achieved a grade-point average of 3.20 or better during their semester of competition, while using a full season of eligibility as determined by the NCAA.

    Carey, a senior member of the volleyball team, is majoring in Sport & Recreation Management.

    Croasdale, a junior member of the field hockey team, is majoring in Social Sciences.

    Hlavaty, a freshman member of the women’s soccer team, is enrolled in the Pre-Physician’s Assistant program.

    Richner, a freshman member of the women’s soccer team, is majoring in Public Health.

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