Sussex, WI–Not only was it Hamilton’s most successful season on the field, but also in the classroom. Fall grades have been posted and Hamilton girls’ rugby earned a record-setting GPA of 3.56. That GPA would be good enough for the team to make the school’s high honor roll (3.5+). The team’s GPA was calculated by determining the average of the 37 girls who were registered with the team for a majority of the season. Of the 41 girls who practiced/played with Hamilton this season, twenty-four earned a 3.5+ GPA and were included on the school’s high honor roll, another team record. The team’s highest GPA was a 4.5.
The previous team record, set in 2018, was a team GPA of 3.39. That team had 21 players on the school’s high honor roll.
Hamilton has a 4.0 scale for GPAs, but students can earn up to a 5.0 GPA in AP courses.
The following players have earned a certificate for being a “scholar athelete,” achieving a 3.5+ GPA while playing in a rugby season. They should stop by Mr. Holloway’s room to pick up their certificate.
Bissen, Ella Dieman, Caitlyn Ellis, Kennedy Farrell, Grace Friedrich, Kenzie George, Olivia Hauser, Luci Landphier, Savannah Lassiter, Natalie Lykins, Alexis McLay, Brenna Miller, Norah Niebler, Isabelle Petroff, Claire Popanz, Ally Rank, Meghan Rank, Rachel Robertson, Alie St. Louis, Macey Strelow, Grace Torres, Jasia Vandermolen, Kayden Sontoski, Chloe Brookes, Gretchen