Dallastown High School graduate Caitlyn Bowman, a senior field hockey player at Juniata College, was named to the Capital One Academic All-America Women's At-Large Team on Tuesday.
She was selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Bowman, the 21st Academic All-American in Juniata history, was a first-team selection to the NCAA Division III team, which features 15 student-athletes.
Bowman is only the seventh Juniata student-athlete to gain first-team honors and the first field hockey player on a CoSIDA Academic All-America team.
Bowman, finished her career with 15 goals and eight assists for 38 points. In her senior season she had six goals and two assists, including game-winning goals against Stevens and Susquehanna.
A 2010-11 CoSIDA Women's At-Large Second Team Academic All-District selection, Bowman also received Juniata's John E. Blood Award for the highest senior student-athlete grade-point average, coupled with athletic achievement.
Off the field, Bowman, is a three-time Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll selection. Bowman will attend Johns Hopkins University as part of a biology doctorate program beginning in the fall of 2012.
"I couldn't be prouder of Caitlyn and her accomplishments, there is just no one else I can think of who deserves this more than her. The dedication and enthusiasm she brought to her athletic and educational programs over her four years at Juniata is simply unmatched. I can't wait to see the great things to come from her in her graduate-level research," Juniata head field hockey coach Caroline Gillich said in a statement released by the school.