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Student-Athlete Academic Recognition

Friar student-athletes strive for excellence in their sport and in the classroom.

2021-2022 Conference All-Academic Team Recipients

  • Big East: 226 Friar student-athletes
  • Hockey East: 32 Friar student-athletes

Chi Alpha Sigma

Chi Alpha Sigma Inductees 2019.
Class of 2019 Inductees

Chi Alpha Sigma was Founded at DePauw University on May 17, 1996. Chi Alpha Sigma is a nonprofit organization established to recognize college student-athletes who earn a varsity letter in at least one sport while maintaining a 3.4 or higher cumulative GPA throughout their junior and senior years. Through the efforts of SSC staff members, Providence College established a charter with Chi Alpha Sigma in March 2004.

Class of 2021 Inductees Include:

Jennifer Bankes ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Finance/Accountancy)

Allison Barber ’21 – Women’s Volleyball (Marketing/Sociology)

Taylor Barber ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Biology, Psychology, Neuroscience Certificate)

Hunter Barnett ’22 – Women’s Hockey (Psychology)

Nicola Calabrese ’22 – Women’s Track and Field (Elementary/Special Education, Sociology)

Michael Callahan ’22 – Men’s Hockey (Finance)

Danielle Casavant ’22 – Women’s Track and Field (Economics/Mathematics)

Caroline Drinkwater ’22 – Women’s Soccer (Social Work)

Emma Fink ’22 – Women’s Volleyball (Biochemistry/Computer Science)

Andrew Fonts ’21 – Men’s Basketball (Finance/English)

Ashley Gigon ’22 – Women’s Track and Field (Physics/Business Innovation)

Matthew Grillo ’22 – Men’s Lacrosse (Finance)

Michael Hawkins ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Finance/Computer Science)

Matthew Lepine ’22 – Men’s Cross Country and Track

Hayley Lunny ’21 – Women’s Hockey (Political Science/Business Innovation)

Kara McCurdy ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Health Policy Management/Mathematics/French)

Sean Meehan ’22 – Men’s Cross Country and Track (Business Economics/Mathematics)

Matthew Michaels ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Finance/Accountancy)

Matthew Murakami ’22 – Men’s Lacrosse (Computer Science/Business Innovation)

Orla O’Connor ’22 – Women’s Cross Country and Track (Economics, Finance)

Michael O’Grady ’22 – Men’s Lacrosse (Finance/Accountancy)

Jason O’Neill ’21 – Men’s Hockey (Social Science/Business Innovation)

Mairead O’Sullivan ’22 – Softball (Psychology/Women’s and Gender Studies)

Caroline Peterson ’22 – Women’s Hockey (Political Science, Economics, Public Administration)

Adam Riis ’22 – Men’s Soccer (Economics)

Christina Rodgers ’21 – Women’s Soccer (Elementary/Special Education, Business Innovation)

Mara Rodriguez ’22 – Women’s Soccer (Health Policy Management/Business Innovation)

Davis Smith ’21 – Men’s Soccer (Management)

Madi Traver ’22 – Softball (English)

Justin Viotto ’22 – Swimming and Diving (Finance)

Sophia Widmeyer ’22 – Women’s Basketball (Psychology/Evolutionary Biology & Ecology)