A total of 154 student-athletes from the 14 conference schools across six different sports have earned a place on the list, which is 34 more than in 2013. The 154 Spring student-athletes represents a record number of all-academic team honorees since the conference began sponsoring the program in 2004-2005. The average grade point average for the student-athletes that qualified for the list was 3.70.
The Nyack College Department of Athletics hosted its annual awards celebration on Sunday evening at the institution's Boon Campus Center. Individuals from all 11 varsity teams were honored by their respective coaches.
The Nyack College softball team traveled for a CACC match-up with opponents from Philadelphia University. Big efforts from the Warriors would not be enough as the Rams came out on top, taking both games on home territory.
The Nyack Warriors softball team played at home on Saturday afternoon for a CACC doubleheader against No. 2 in the conference, Holy Family, at the Orangetown LL Field. Nyack was unable to take a game against the Tigers as Nyack fell 10-0 and 4-2.
Despite holding a 2-0 lead heading into the fourth, Post University rallied for a 5-2 win over the Nyack College softball team in a CACC match-up Wednesday afternoon - followed by a 5-inning shutout to take the nightcap over the Warriors.
Today Warrior Softball improved their CACC record to 1-3 with their first win on the year to Chestnut Hill College, defeating them 4-2 in the opener. The Griffins would then rebound in the second game with a 12-4 victory in six innings.
The Nyack College softball team took a break from the cold New York weather and headed south where they played games against Queens, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Bridgeport, Assumption, American International (AIC), Bentley, West Liberty, and Tiffin.