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Six Darton athletes named All-Americans

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Six Darton College students have been named as Academic All-Americans for 2009-10 by the National Junior College Athletic Association.

The Cavaliers selected for the distinguished honor are:

Distinguished All-Americans: Alexandra Kralman (women’s swimming and diving); Kenneth Phillips (baseball)

Samantha Worthy (women’s basketball)

Academic All-Americans: Amanda Burnette (women’s swimming and diving); Ashley Holt (women’s basketball); Natalia Movotova (softball)

Fourteen other students at Georgia community colleges received the honor.

Distinguished Academic All-American. The criteria for the selection are:

1. The student-athlete must have completed three full-time semesters or four full-time quarters of college work.

2. Must have participated in at least one season at the varsity level at the college from which he/she is nominated.

3. 3.80 or better on a 4.00 scale for 60 quarter hours or 45 semester hours for Distinguished Academic All-American.

4. 3.60 to 3.79 on a 4.00 scale for 60 quarter hours or 45 semester hours for Academic All-American.

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