Posted: Oct 05, 2017
Oct. 5 – KANSAS CITY, Mo.– The Hiram College women's soccer team earned their 14th Team Academic Award from the National Soccer Coaches' Association of America (NSCAA).
The Team Academic Award acknowledges student-athletes pledged to academic excellence. The team must have a cumulative grade point average of a 3.0 to be eligible.
The award marks the 10th-consecutive season in which the Terrier women's soccer team has earned the award, and the 14th overall since the turn of the century. In addition, Hiram has been honored with a team academic award from the NSCAA in both of head coach Michael Cracas' first two seasons.
"I am proud of what we are continually able to accomplish here at Hiram," remarked Cracas of the honor. "We constantly strive to not only meet our athletic goals during the season, but to also help our student-athlete reach their personal and academic goals as well."
Overall, the Terriers maintained a 3.38 GPA for the 2016-17 academic year, one of the highest of the four schools from the NCAC that made their way onto the list.