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Two Seawolves Earn Top CCAA Recognition

Author: S. Guimond

Posted on May 18, 2022

Category: Soccer , ACAA , Varsity Sports

Two Seawolves women’s soccer players have been announced as 2021-22 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Academic All-Canadians.


Charlotte Knappe and Karlee Duval received the award with 230 other student-athletes across the country and are among 42 recipients within the Atlantic Collegiate Athletics Association (ACAA).  This season Karlee was named a ACAA First All-Conference Team player and Charlotte was named to the second team. Both top Seawolves performers attained dean’s list status.

“Charlotte and Karlee set high standards for themselves and raised the bar for our other student-athletes,” says David Munro, UNB Saint John’s athletics director.

“Being a student-athlete has provided me with the opportunity to maintain my physical and mental well-being while enjoying friendships and a sport I love,” says Knappe.  “Learning to balance my time between sports, studies and family has provided me with the skill set necessary for future success.”

“The pride that comes with representing my university in soccer has been a feeling like no other,” says Duval.  “I’m thrilled and have worked hard to contribute to the program’s legacy.”

The CCAA Academic All-Canadian award is the CCAA’s most prestigious student-athlete honour. Full release:  https://www.ccaa.ca/general/2021-22/releases/2022_academic.