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Endicott Places 59 Student-Athletes On CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team And 27 Student-Athletes On CCC Football Academic All-Conference Squad

Endicott Places 59 Student-Athletes On CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team And 27 Student-Athletes On CCC Football Academic All-Conference Squad

2019 CCC FALL ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE RELEASE | 2019 CCC FOOTBALL ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE RELEASE

BEVERLY, Mass. – Four hundred forty-six Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) student-athletes and 133 CCC Football student-athletes were honored on Thursday as the leagues announced their respective Fall Academic All-Conference Teams.

Endicott saw 59 student-athletes from the sports of men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's and women's soccer, women's tennis, and women's volleyball honored on the CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team, while 27 student-athletes were also placed on the CCC Football Academic All-Conference Team.

During the 2017-18 school year, the CCC took over operations of the New England Football Conference (NEFC) and rebranded it as Commonwealth Coast Football, which remains a separate, single-sport conference under the CCC umbrella.

Along with those numbers, Endicott's women's soccer team tied for the most student-athletes honored on the CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team with 14 total. Prior to this season, Endicott had led the way among all of its nine other CCC full-member institutions with the most student-athletes named to the CCC Fall Academic All-Conference Team.

Meanwhile, the Gulls' football program boasted the highest total of student-athletes named to the CCC Football Academic All-Conference Team this year with 27.

In order to be recognized as a member of either Academic All-Conference Team, a student-athlete must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 (on a 4.0 scale) and must also have attained sophomore status. 

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(Photo Credit - Nick Grace '20)