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Four Cougars Earn CACC Winter All-Academic Team Accolades

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Brian Kenny Credits: Caldwell University
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Emily Caswell Credits: Caldwell University
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Salvatore Vitello Credits: Caldwell University
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Lisa Rovatsos Credits: Caldwell University
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CALDWELL, NJ -  Four Caldwell University student-athletes were included on the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference All-Academic Team for the 2014-15 winter athletic season, the conference announced today.

Juniors Brian Kenny (Howell, NJ/Jackson Memorial) and Salvatore Vitello (Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan) from the men’s basketball team and senior Emily Caswell (Wakefield, RI/Prout School) and junior Lisa Rovatsos (Bayonne, NJ/Bayonne) were named to the CACC All-Academic Team for posting a cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 or higher.

A total of 44 student-athletes from 13 of the 14 conference schools were named to the All-Academic Team, breaking last year’s record of 39. This is the second CACC All-Academic Team honor for both Kenny and Rovatsos.

Kenny, who is majoring in financial economics, started all 28 games for the Cougars this year. Vitello, also a financial economics major, played in 27 games, averaging 5.3 points per contest. Caswell, the CACC Player of the Year, was named to the Capital One Academic All-American third team earlier this year as a criminal justice major. Rovatsos is an education major who averaged 7.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per game this season.

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