Female Thoroughbreds recognized for their hard work

Posted by Katie Peverada

Over the past few weeks, several winter athletes have been honored for their performance this winter, with a few awards continuing to roll in.
Women's Swimming and Diving: While the Liberty League honors have yet to be announced, the women's swimming and diving team has been recognized for their work in the classroom. With an overall team GPA of 3.34, the women ranked 45th overall in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Fall 2012 Scholar All America Division III team honors.
Women's Basketball: Jordyn Wartts '14 was tabbed as the Liberty league Defensive Player of the Year and was voted to the honorable mention team. Angela Botiba '15, who led Skidmore in points per game (10.2) and rebounds per game (7.1), as well as overall steals (42) and blocks (37), was voted first team. Dani DeGregory '16 and Skylar Caligaris 16' were both named to the all-rookie team.
Logan Frederick '13 was recognized for her hard work off the court, one of 10 women selected to the Allstate Women's Basketball Coaches Association Good Works Team. Frederick, a captain, will be recognized at the NCAA Division 1 Women's Final Four. She acts as a volunteer firefighter/EMT, tutors in math and geosciences, volunteers at a local church, and serves as president of the Newman Club and Resident Assistant. Frederick started all 26 games for the team this past season, averaging 4.8 points per game.

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