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13 Members of the Men’s Water Polo Team Tabbed as CWPA Scholar-Athletes

13 Members of the Men’s Water Polo Team Tabbed as CWPA Scholar-Athletes

The Crimson ranked fourth among all teams with a 3.407 team GPA (Doug Stevens).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
 – Thirteen members of the Harvard men's water polo team were named to the Collegiate Water Polo Association Scholar-Athlete team for the 2014 season, the CWPA announced this week. The Crimson also was ranked fourth among CWPA teams with a 3.407 team grade-point average.

The Crimson had two "Outstanding" selections, four "Superior" recipients and seven "Excellent" selections among the 110 student-athletes honored. 

Austin Lee and Robbie Fluegge were named "Outstanding" scholar-athletes for having grade point averages between 3.71 4.0. A. Lee is a frist time receipent, while Fluegge takes home his third scholar-athlete award.

The "Superior" selections, who had GPAs between 3.41-3.70 include freshmen Stephen Cho and Colin Chiapello, and juniors Connor Denney, Noah Harrison and Colin Woolway.

Seven more Crimson players earned "Excellent" honors for finishing with grade-point averages between 3.20-3.40. Senior Max Murphy, juniors Blake Lee and Christopher Miao, sophmores Joey Colton and Dan Stevens, and freshman Maximillian Richter. were tabbed as "Excellent."

Harvard finished with an impressive 22-10 record as the Crimson, reaching the championship game at the CWPA Northern Division Championships, before claiming seventh at the CWPA Championships.

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