LYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Four Lyndon student-athletes have been named to the Spring 2012 North Atlantic Conference All-Academic team.
Leading the list of honorees is junior Patrick Hilton of Lyndonville, Vt. The Lyndon Institute alum currently holds a grade-point-average of 3.76 while double-majoring in Journalism and Business Administration. Hilton competes for both the Lyndon men's soccer and baseball teams.
Joining Hilton on the team is two-time All-NAC men's lacrosse selection Caleb Noble, a senior. The Rowley, Mass. native is majoring in Electronic Journalism Arts and holds a GPA of 3.67.
Junior Morgan Diltz of Moultonborough, N.H. has made the list for the first time in her career at Lyndon. A member of the Lyndon women's volleyball and basketball programs, she holds a GPA of 3.55 while majoring in Graphic Design.
The final Lyndon honoree is senior Luke Haskell of the Lyndon men's soccer and lacrosse programs. The Ellsworth, Maine resident and Mountain Recreation Management major earned a GPA of 3.53 in the 2011-12 school year.
To be considered for the team, a student-athlete must have a junior or senior standing, a minimum cumulative GPA of .350 and participated for two years in a varsity, NAC-sponsored sport.