The teams, which are selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, recognize the nation’s top student-athletes. The teams are divided into eight geographic districts across the United States and Canada. They include NCAA Division I, II and III athletes.
Seney carries a 3.59 cumulative grade-point average as a computer science and mathematics double major at Hartwick. He has been inducted into the National Mathematics Honor Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon, and has been awarded the Andrew B. Saxon Fellowship. Seney also was a Phillip S. Wilder Jr. Award for academic distinction and interned with the Air Force Research Lab in Rome, N.Y.
Seney has played in all eight Hartwick games this season and ranks third in team tackles with 41. He has seven tackles for loss and leads the Hawks with six sacks and four forced fumbles.
Seney moves on to the Capital One Academic All-America Team ballot, where first-, second-, and third-team football All-America honorees will be selected later this month.
O-State duo honored
The SUNY Athletic Conference announced Wednesday that Oneonta State senior Danielle Kennedy and freshman Mary Kate Bida earned All-Conference honors following their performances during the SUNYAC Championship meet last weekend at Fortin Park.
Kennedy, who is a SUNYAC Cross Country Hall of Famer, finished second for the best finish in program history. Her third straight top-five finish in the meet led to her third First Team All-Conference honor.
Bida was Oneonta’s second woman to cross the finish line, placing 15th for Third Team accolades.
The Red Dragons, who will compete in the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Championships on Nov. 16 at Letchworth State Park, are ranked fourth in the USTFCCCA Atlantic Region poll and 24th nationally.
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