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Two CCM Soccer Players from Roxbury Recognized for Academics

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Zabrina Gale of Succasunna Credits: County College of Morris
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Stephanie Williams of Landing Credits: County College of Morris
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RANDOLPH, NJ - Two County College of Morris (CCM) Women's Soccer Team players from Roxbury were among 19 CCM student athletes recently honored for the academic performance, said the college.

Zabrina Gale of Succasunna was named to the Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) and Stephanie Williams of Landing was named to the GSAC and the All Region XIX, said CCM.

To be named to the GSAC, a student must maintain a grade-point-average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. To be named All Region XIX, the student must maintain a GPA of 3.25 or higher.

CCM is one of 16 Region XIX county colleges in New Jersey that belong to the GSAC. The GSAC provides academic and athletic opportunities to students at 2-year community colleges.

 

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