Conference Designates 12 Local Student-Athletes

LOCK HAVEN PA – Scholar-athlete designations presented by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference in Lock Haven have been awarded to four residents of Collegeville, two each in Harleysville and Limerick, and one each in Pottstown, Royersford, Schwenksville, and Green Lane, the organization recently announced.

A record of 4,144 scholars in sports were recognized this year among the conference’s 18 member colleges, it added. To be eligible, the 2021-22 student-athletes must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.25 upon completion of the academic year.

Named to the scholar-athlete lists were, from:

  • Commonwealth University at Mansfield, Shay Gustafson of Collegeville, and David Kilroy of Green Lane, both members of its baseball team;
  • Commonwealth University at Bloomsburg, Brandon Ernst of Limerick, a member of its baseball team; Mary Kate Mooney of Royersford, volleyball team, Maya Fulmer and Caitlin Leap, both of Collegeville, women’s lacrosse team; Justin Ziegler of Harleysville, men’s cross country, and track and field teams; Hailey Hudak of Schwenksville, women’s basketball team; Elizabeth Turner of Collegeville, women’s swimming team ; and Bruno Stolfi of Harleysville, wrestling team; and
  • Commonwealth University at Lock Haven, Matthew Muthler of Pottstown, a member of the men’s track and field team; and Ashley Lawson of Limerick, women’s golf team.

Commonwealth University represents an “integration” of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities under a single banner, which became effective in July 2022.

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