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Good Named to all-MAAC Second Team
Courtesy: Canisius College Athletics  
Release: 11/21/2009
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Freshman Samantha Good
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Canisius College freshman Samantha Good (Rochester, N.Y.) was named to the all-MAAC Second Team, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced at the postseason banquet on the campus of Canisius College on Saturday night. Good is the first Canisius freshman in the last 10 years to make an all-MAAC team.

Good led the Golden Griffins at 2.77 kills per set and was second on the team with a .234 attack percentage. The middle blocker also led the Golden Griffins with a 0.88 blocks per set average. Good had 289 kills on the season, the second-highest total by a Canisius freshman in program history. The Rochester, N.Y. native was named MAAC Rookie of the Week on three occasions.

In MAAC matches, Good ranked seventh in the MAAC, and first among conference freshmen, with a 3.30 kills per ser average. Good tied the program record for blocks in a match with 12 against Manahttan on Sept. 27. Against Siena on Oct. 4, Good had 21 kills – the most kills by a Canisius freshman in seven years. Her stretch of nine straight matches with double-digit kills was the longest in program history by a Canisius freshman.

Five Golden Griffins earned MAAC all-Academic Team honors Senior Kaela Glenn and juniors Jasmine Brennan and Renee Lettow each earned the honor for the second year. Sophomores Danielle Brawn and Carley Youngman received the honor in their first year of eligibility.

To be eligible for the MAAC All-Academic Team, a student athlete must complete two semesters at their institution and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 on a 4.0 scale. 


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