DURHAM, N.H.- Twelve members of the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team have been honored as 2010 Scholastic All-Americans, including four-time honorees Kelsey Alwin (St. Michael, Minn.) and Keeley Smith (University Place, Wash.), and the Wildcats tied for 30th in the nation academically in results announced by the National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W).

The Wildcats feted for their academic achievements were junior Janae Sernoffsky (Elizabethtown, Pa.) with a 3.92 GPA majoring in Kinesiology: Sport Studies and Psychology; sophomore Danielle Reibold (Horsham, Pa.) with a 3.83 as a Nutritional Sciences major; senior Diane Grey (Spring, Texas) with a 3.80 as a Health Management and Policy: Public Health major; junior Katie Caliendo (Manorville, N.Y.) with a 3.79 as a Kinesiology: Sport Studies major; Alwin, a senior, with a 3.75 as a Nursing major; freshman Courtney Connors (Buffalo, N.Y.) with a 3.75 as a Business Administration major; senior Taryn LaFountain (Utica, N.Y.) with a 3.73 as a Kinesiology: Phys. Ed. Pedagogy major; junior Andie Sablosky (Springfield, N.J.) with a 3.71 as an Art History major; junior Katie Lawrence (Lyme, Conn.) with a 3.69 as a Biochemistry major; Smith, a senior, with a 3.62 as an English Journalism major; junior Chelsea Steinberg (Ridgewood, N.J.) with a 3.62 as an Occupational Therapy major and sophomore Ali Carr (Chelmsford, Mass.) with a 3.50 as an English Teaching major.
Caliendo, Grey, LaFountain, Lawrence, Reibold, Smith, Sernoffsky and Steinberg are all multi-time scholastic All-Americans for head coach Gail Goodspeed's squad.

The NACGC/W seeks to actively manage and develop the sports of women's gymnastics at the collegiate level and works with the NCAA and USA Gymnastics in order to provide the best possible experience for the student-athletes.

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