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Truelove, Jubinville Garner All-NESCAC Honors for Camels Puleo Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar

Arianna Puleo ´12 has been honored as a 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar
Arianna Puleo ´12 has been honored as a 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar
NEW LONDON, Conn.--Members of the Connecticut College men´s and women´s rowing teams have been receiving post-season accolades. Junior Jessica Truelove (Bethlehem, Conn.) and freshman Rob Jubinville (Granby, Mass.) were named to the All-New England Conference Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Rowing Team. Sophomore Arianna Puleo (Mamaroneck, Conn.) was honored as an Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar by Diverse Issues in Higher Education Magazine. Truelove and Jubinville were both recognized as second team selections on the All-NESCAC squad. Jubinville helped lead the men´s squad to a bronze medal in the novice four regatta of the New England Fours Championship May 1. Truelove sat in the third seat on the winning boat in the open four division of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) National Invitational Collegiate Regatta that was held on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. May 9. Puleo guided the Camels as the coxswain on the gold medal winning boat. Diverse Issues in Higher Education Magazine established the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Awards in 1992 to honor undergraduate students of color who excel both academically and athletically. Inspired by tennis legend Arthur Ashe Jr.´s commitment to education, as well as his love for the game of tennis, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education invites every college and university in the country to participate in this annual awards program by nominating their outstanding student-athletes. In addition to their athletic ability, Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars must exhibit academic excellence and community activism. To be included, students have to compete in an intercollegiate sport; have completed at least one academic year of course work; be enrolled for the fall term of ´09; maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2; and be active on their campuses and/or their communities.

June 7, 2010

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