Two Central York High School graduates have been honored for successfully combining academics and athletics.
Paul Kuhn has earned Continental Volleyball Conference Academic All-Conference honors.
Kuhn will be a senior this fall at Juniata College. The award is given to student-athletes who achieve a 3.3 grade-point average or higher for the spring semester. Kuhn is a repeat honoree from the inaugural academic all-conference team in 2013. Kuhn earned all-conference, Eastern College Athletic Conference All-Star and American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America honors for the 2014 season. Kuhn also was the CVC Player of the Year.
The Eagles finished the year 25-9 overall, won their second consecutive CVC title, set program records for most wins and fewest losses, had the most All-America selections since 2007 and finished the 2014 season ranked second in the nation after competing in the NCAA Division III national championship match.
Megan Lundy was named to the 2014 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Team. She will be a junior in the fall.
To qualify for the team, each student-athlete must have compiled a cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 and have reached a provisional or automatic qualifying standard for the NCAA Championships in either indoor or outdoor seasons.
Lundy, one of 25 women in the country to earn All-Academic honors with a 4.0 grade-point average, recently earned a Capital One Academic All-America Second Team designation. A 400-meter specialist, Lundy was an NCAA Division II national qualifier both indoors and outdoors — earning All-America honors (eighth place) indoors and placing 11th outdoors – while winning Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference titles in both seasons. She is an early childhood education (PreK-4) major.