CoSIDA Educational All-Americans
Allegheny junior Mica Hanish (Baden, PA/Ambridge), Kenyon sophomore Emma Becker (Rocky River, OH/Magnificat), and Ohio Wesleyan senior Cirrus Robinson (Ashland, OH/Ashland) were named College Sports Info Directors of America (CoSIDA) Educational Observe & Discipline/Cross Country All-Americans, announced Tuesday, June 23.
Hanish, a initially-crew Educational All-American is a mathematics big with a 4.00 cumulative grade point typical at Allegheny. She received the 2020 NCAC Indoor Observe & Discipline title in the three,000-meter run (ten:03.34) and was third in the mile run (5:seventeen.82). In the fall, Hanish was runner-up at the NCAC Cross Country championships, timing in at a 6k time of 22:04.one.
Robinson, an early instruction big with a three.sixty three GPA at Ohio Wesleyan, was named a member of the Educational All-America second crew. She concluded her occupation as a four-time NCAA Division III national champion and 6-time All-America honoree in the higher leap. She received nine NCAC championship titles and was a ten-time All-NCAC choice.
Becker landed on the Educational All-America third crew and was just one of only two sophomores in Division III to receive All-America honors. A biochemistry big with a three.ninety five GPA at Kenyon, Becker became the fourth Girls runner and initially given that 1999 to earn an NCAC person cross nation championship. In doing so, she was named the NCAC’s Runner of the 12 months. She also skilled for the NCAA Division III Championship in Louisville, Kentucky and acquired an All-American end. Becker received the 2020 NCAC Indoor Observe & Discipline title in the 5,000-meter run (18:06.87) and concluded third in the three,000-meter run (ten:31.48).
The Division III Educational All-America program is monetarily supported by the NCAA Division III national governance composition to help CoSIDA with managing the awards success facets for the 2019-20 Division III Educational All-America groups. Inspite of the cancellation of spring levels of competition as a end result of COVID-19, CoSIDA continued its sponsorship of the Educational All-America awards program. Student-athletes had been selected primarily based on occupation stats and success, opposed to just stats and success from the most-not too long ago done time.