Three Saints men's basketball players earn NABC All-Academic
Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 8:42 am

The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) have announced the 2013-14 Honors Court, recognizing those men's collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics last season. St. Lawrence University was represented on the impressive list by Grant Tracy '14, Payton Stahler '14 and Brady Condlin '15.

"Brady, Payton and Grant are all deserving of this academic achievement, and their focus and effort both on and off the court is reflected in this distinction," said St. Brady Condlin '15 was one of three Saints to earn NABC Honors Court for 2013-14.Brady Condlin '15 was one of three Saints to earn NABC Honors Court for 2013-14.Lawrence head coach Chris Downs.

A record number of 895 student-athletes from 338 colleges and universities earned Honors Court distinction this season. To earn this academic status, student-athletes must meet a 3.2 grade point average at the end of the academic year and must be a junior or senior academically.