Saints Scott and Colgan Earn National All-Academic as Alpine skiers
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 7:49 am

St. Lawrence University alpine skiers Graham Scott and Ciar Colgan each earned 2013 All-Academic honors from the United States Collegiate Skiing Coaches Association (USCSCA).

The USCSCA honors student-athletes who achieve a 3.5 or better during the fall semester and who compete on their team's roster at the NCAA Regional Championships.

Scott adds All-Academic honors to his impressive resume, which includes back-to-back trips to the NCAA Championships. The Chelsea, QC native had three top-10 finishes this year and narrowly missed out on All-America honors in GS by .01 second.

Colgan was a regular in the St. Lawrence line-up during her rookie campaign. The Steamboat Springs, CO native had consecutive 33rd place showings at the 2013 Colby Carnival.

St. Lawrence University also had a trio of Nordic skiers, Austin Meng, Sienna Searles and Melanie Swick, earn USCSCA All-Academic for 2013.