Goldey-Beacom senior Cliona Crammond, of Wicklow, Ireland, was named Second Team Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-America.

Crammond became the sixth Academic All-America in school history, all within the last 3 1/2 years, and the second to achieve at least the status of second team.

This comes after Crammond was picked third team Collegiate Commissioners Association All-America, becoming the first female student-athlete in the college’s history to be named All-America.

Also in fall 2018, Crammond was tabbed First Team CCA All-East Region, first team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District and a repeat member of the CACC All-Tournament Team.

Crammond ended the campaign 53rd in the country with 31 points, 57th with 12 goals, 65th with 1.55 points per game, 71st with seven assists and 72nd with 0.60 goals per game. Crammond recorded two goals and an assist in three separate contests this season in addition to getting a point in 10 games.

Crammond graduates tied for second in team history with 30 goals, third outright with 19 assists and third with 79 points. The three-time member of the league’s Academic Honor Roll started 76 of the Lightning’s games during her career.

The Lightning had three players named first team all-conference, four picked second team and Dan Frick named CACC Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons. Other honors included sophomore Kelly Mejia, of State College, Pennsylvania, named CACC Defensive Player of the Year as well as joining Crammond as a First Team CCA All-East Region pick.

Freshman Melayna Immediato, of Hockessin and Delaware Military Academy, was tabbed Second Team CCA All-East Region with sophomore Rose Benjamin, of North East, Maryland, and junior Line Kristoffersen, of Bergen, Norway, picked Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District.

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