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Seton Hall Inducts 35 Student-Athletes Into Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society


Seton Hall officially inducted 35 student-athletes into the New Jersey Epsilon Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, a national college athlete honor society, on April 29.

Over their first two years at Seton Hall, these 35 individuals have exhibited the scholarship, leadership, athletic accomplishments and service upon which Chi Alpha Sigma is based.  In order to become a member, student-athletes must have earned a varsity letter in their sport, be a junior or senior in academic standing and have maintained a minimum 3.4 grade point average.

New Inductees Include:
Olumamayokun Alao - Men's Cross Country
Wiebke Balcke - Women's Soccer
Ashley Beamish - Women's Soccer
Nalin Bennett - Softball
Elizabeth Bond - Women's Soccer
Amy Bonistalli - Women's Swimming
Meghan Bonk - Volleyball
Alexandra Cumella - Women's Soccer
Shannon Desmond - Women's Soccer
Ke'Aira Dickerson - Women's Cross Country
Borja Faixat - Men's Golf
Erica Fitzpatrick - Women's Golf
Jamie Gates - Softball
Peter Gingeleskie - Men's Swimming
Nicki Gross - Women's Soccer
Brittany Hervey - Women's Swimming
Chelsea King - Women's Soccer
Lauren Lehman - Women's Soccer
Caitlyn Milazzo - Women's Soccer
Meghan Milazzo - Women's Soccer
Marissa Muoio - Softball
Keri Lynn O'Donnell - Women's Soccer
Michael Oldham - Men's Swimming
William Penny - Men's Swimming
Michelle Reed - Softball
Brittany Schillizzi - Softball
Rosalie Virgilio - Women's Swimming
Kara Walbaum - Women's Swimming
Jehmeesa Walker - Women's Cross Country
William Walsh - Baseball
Michelle Weerasinghe - Women's Tennis
Andrew Welker - Men's Soccer
Madison J. Wrest - Women's Cross Country
Kristine Wrobel - Volleyball
Giovanni Zammiello - Men's Soccer

Chi Alpha Sigma's Purposes are as follows:

  • To encourage and reward high academic scholarship of college athletes at four-year accredited colleges and universities
  • To recognize outstanding academic achievement by intercollegiate varsity letter winners
  • To encourage good citizenship, moral character, and friendship among the high academic achievers in college athletics
  • To recognize and honor the individual athlete, his/her team, sport, athletic department, and university
  • And to mentor and to provide leadership to other athletes

There are 187 colleges and universities across the country that have membership in Chi Alpha Sigma.