RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Felician University women's lacrosse student-athlete Dana Randolph-Pryce (Lawrenceville, N.J./Lawrence) has been named to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Spring 2018 All-Academic Team, the CACC announced last Friday. Randolph-Pryce earns the honor for the first-time in her career.
In order to be named to the CACC All-Academic Team, recipients must have used a season of eligibility while participating in a CACC spring championship sport, be at least a sophomore academically and athletically, be a second-year student-athlete at their current school, and have achieved a cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 or higher at the end of the immediate preceding term.
Randolph-Pryce, a sophomore attack, started 12 games for the Golden Falcons (0-13, 0-9). She recorded four ground balls and one caused turnover. Randolph-Pryce is a 2016 graduate of Lawrence High School of Lawrenceville. Through the award period, she carried a 3.67 GPA while majoring in social & behavioral sciences.
Felician has now had 16 student-athletes earn Academic All-CACC honors this academic year.
Conference-wide, Randolph-Pryce was one of 40 student-athletes to be honored in women's lacrosse from the CACC's 10 member schools that sponsor the sport. The complete list can be viewed at www.caccathletics.org/sports/wlax/2017-18/2018_CACC_WLAX_All-Academic_Team.pdf.
Felician University, the Franciscan University of New Jersey, is a liberal arts, coeducational Catholic university founded in 1942 and sponsored by the Felician Sisters. True to its mission, Felician University welcomes a diverse student population and embraces its educational needs. With campuses in Lodi and Rutherford, New Jersey, Felician University currently enrolls more than 2,400 students and offers more than 55 undergraduate and graduate programs, in the classroom and online, in the arts and sciences, business and management sciences, health sciences and teacher education. Felician University also sponsors 14 varsity intercollegiate sports that compete at the NCAA Division II level.