PLYMOUTH, N.H. – A Plymouth State College women’s lacrosse player has been honored for her accomplishments in the classroom and on the field
by being named to the Verizon Academic All-District I Team.
Senior Courtney O’Sullivan (East Kingston, N.H.) was voted onto the Academic All-District Team as a College Division Women’s Spring At-Large
selection. The Verizon Academic All-District and All-America Teams are selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
A marketing major, O’Sullivan has maintained a 3.63 grade point average in the classroom. In addition to serving as PSC Student Body Vice-President
and President the past two years, she is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi and Delta Mu Delta Honor Societies. She has been on the PSC President’s List every
semester, and has been the recipient of the Hazel Balch Moore Business Scholarship.
O’Sullivan has been extremely successful on the field hockey and lacrosse fields as well, serving as co-captain and helping both Panther teams to
conference championships and NCAA Tournament berths this past school year. She was a Little East Conference All-Star in field hockey, and was named New
England Women’s Lacrosse Alliance Defensive Player of the Week once each of the past two seasons. O’Sullivan received the prestigious Panther Award from
the lacrosse team earlier this month.
The Verizon Academic All-America program includes University and College Division Teams for football, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s
basketball, baseball, softball, and Men’s and Women’s At-Large Teams for Fall/Winter and Spring. There are eight All-District Teams as well as the Academic
All-America National Teams.