— Seniors Amanda Hernandez (Crofton, Md./Arundel)
and Andrew Parker (Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook)
were honored with the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Faculty Representative Award, Monday morning.
The team is made up of one male and one female student-athlete from each of the 10 AMCC member institutions, and honorees are selected by their respective schools.
Hernandez, a four-year starter on the volleyball team and a two-year member on the women’s basketball team holds a cummulative grade point average of 3.70, while majoring in early childhood education. As a member of the volleyball team, she was a two-time All-AMCC honoree, garnering second team her junior year and first team her senior year. Last season, she paced the AMCC with 1,089 assists and finished third with an average of 9.90 per game.
She finishes her FSU career, third all-time in assists (3,439). She also left her mark on the single-season record books, holding the fourth and sixth spots in assists with 1,116 and 1,089, respectively. While wearing black and red for the basketball team, she finished her career averaging 7.0 points per game and 2.9 rebounds per game, while appearing in 50 games.
Parker, a four-year member on both the cross country and track and field teams, holds a 3.85 grade point average, while majoring in social sceince. He is a long-distance specialist, who took home this award last season as well. This past fall he helped the cross-country team to it’s sixth-consecutive AMCC Conference Championship Title. At the AMCC Championships, Parker finished 16th in a time of 30:43. During track and field this season, Parker had his best finish come at the Mason-Dixon Invitational, when he finished second in the 1,000-meter, in 34:46.56.
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Frostburg State University
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Frostburg, MD 21532-2303