Three Quakers named Academic All-OAC
McClelland, Fisher, Keenan earn conference honors
November 16, 2011
Shown, from left, are Academic All-OAC honorees Amy McClelland, Sara Fisher and Anne Keenan.
AUSTINTOWN — Senior Amy McClelland and juniors Sara Fisher and Anne Keenan have earned Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors, the league office announced today.
McClelland and Fisher were Academic All-OAC honorees while Keenan was an honorable mention pick.
To qualify, a student-athlete must have maintained a 3.25 grade point average, be a sophomore academically and is in at least her second year of participation. She must also have been a starter or key reserve who has made a significant athletic impact. The conference’s faculty athletic representatives vote upon the recipients.
McClelland (Xenia) maintained a 3.53 GPA as an athletic training major. On the court, she is one of the top setters in team history and finished the 2011 season with 888 assists.
Fisher (London/Madison-Plains) is an agronomy major with a 3.79 GPA. The middle hitter ranked second on the team with 42 blocks and third with 171 kills.
Keenan (Beavercreek) maintains a 3.58 GPA as an athletic training major. The middle hitter led the Quakers with 251 kills and was third on the squad with 34 blocks.
“We are all very proud of Amy, Sara and Anne,” Wilmington head coach Ron Mullikin said. “They are outstanding student-athletes who are very deserving of this recognition.”