Here are the winter-season players who excelled as students and athletes, as selected by the Philadelphia Sports Information Directors Association.

Men's basketball Player of the year

The University of the Sciences' Garret Kerr, a forward, had a 3.39 grade point average and was named to the 2014-15 Capital One academic all-American third team. The physical therapy major finished his career as the Devils' all-time leading scorer (2,434 points) and rebounder (1,391). He was a two-time all-American and three-time CACC player of the year.

Men's Basketball Team

Peter Alexis, Philadelphia University, junior, psychology

Joe Brown, Arcadia, senior, corporate communications

Garret Kerr, University of the Sciences, senior, physical therapy

Greg Lawson, Widener, senior, criminal justice

DeShawn Lowman, Neumann, sophomore, criminal justice

Women's basketball Player of the year

Eastern University senior Meghan Nowak was named to the all-American second team and was a WBCA honorable-mention all-American. She also earned MAC academic all-conference honors. The MAC Freedom Conference player of the year, she led the Eagles with 19.9 points per game and added 9.4 rebounds.

Women's Basketball Team

Eireann Anatasi, Delaware Valley, junior, entrepreneurship and accounting

Megan Decker, Cabrini, senior, elementary education and special education

Amber Keys, Cabrini, senior, elementary education and special education

Emily Leer, Villanova, senior, communications and economics

Meghan Nowak, Eastern, senior, accounting and finance

Brianne Traub, University of the Sciences, senior, doctor of pharmacy program

Men's swimming Athletes of the year

Sophomores Ian Gaynor of Widener and John Morris of Rowan share the honors.

Gaynor earned all-American honors at the NCAA Division III championships after placing sixth in the 100 freestyle and received all-American honorable mention for his 10th-place finish in the 50 freestyle. He holds six Widener records as well as five MAC records.

Morris was named all-American honorable mention in one-meter diving at the Division III championships. He finished 20th in the three-meter event.

Men's Swimming Team

Vadim Belogorodsky, Widener, senior, electrical engineering

Joel Berryman, Drexel, junior, graphic design

Alex Chialastri, Drexel, senior, chemical engineering

Alex Ganguzza, Arcadia, senior, graphic design

Ian Gaynor, Widener, sophomore, management and marketing

Kyle Lukens, Drexel, junior, general business

John Morris, Rowan, sophomore, mathematics

Jason Moyer, Villanova, senior, mechanical engineering

Chad Schmidt, Drexel, senior, finance

Stefan Sharpe, La Salle, senior, accounting

Women's swimming Athlete of the year

Swarthmore senior Supriya Davis carries a 3.68 GPA and was named a 2014 Capital One academic all-American. She was chosen as the 2015 Centennial Conference scholar-athlete of the year. A two-time all-American in the 100- and 200-meter butterfly, she is the first Centennial Conference athlete to sweep those two events in all four years of her career.

Women's Swimming Team

Whitney Boeckel, Arcadia, senior, mathematics and actuarial science

Supriya Davis, Swarthmore, senior, chemistry

Jaclyn Goulet, Drexel, sophomore, biomedical engineering

Fiona Hardie, Villanova, junior, geography

Katrin Heider, Villanova, senior, biology

Kaisla Kollanus, Villanova, junior, management information systems

Emily Lau, Drexel, sophomore, biological sciences

Aubrey Murray, Drexel, sophomore, nursing

Jenna Neil, Arcadia, senior, early childhood/elementary and special education

Erin Neugebauer, Widener, junior, elementary education

Kate Wiseman, Swarthmore, senior, English

Olivia Wojtowicz, Rowan, junior, biochemistry

Men's at-large Athlete of the year

Penn wrestler C.J. Cobb reached the quarterfinals of the 2015 NCAA Division I championships. He finished in the Round of 12, his highest placement at the national tournament. A unanimous first-team all-Ivy League selection, Cobb also was named academic all-Ivy.

Men's At-Large Team

C.J. Cobb, Penn, senior, computer science, wrestling

Shaul Gordon, Penn, junior, French, fencing

Matt Holmes, Haverford, senior, biology, fencing

Alec Horan, Delaware Valley, graduate, business administration, wrestling

Richard Jasinski, Ursinus, senior, chemistry, wrestling

Brooks Martino, Penn, junior, biology, wrestling

Dan McDougall, Neumann, senior, business-accounting, ice hockey

Shayne Morrissey, Neumann, sophomore, business, ice hockey

Tanner Shoap, Drexel, sophomore, general business, wrestling

Steven Yang, Penn, senior, biology, fencing

Women's at-large Athlete of the year

Penn senior fencer Sarah Parmacek was the 2015 NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional foil champion and a two-time NCAA championships qualifier. She finished her collegiate career with a 155-68 overall record. Parmacek is an international studies and Hispanic studies double major who boasts a 3.80 GPA.

Women's At-Large Team

Anaka Alankamony, Penn, sophomore, squash, economics

Amanda Beebe, Swarthmore, senior, golf, history

Kaleigh Borman, Eastern, senior, golf, marketing

Lauren Capone, Temple, senior, gymnastics, strategic communication

Jillian Casarella, Ursinus, sophomore, gymnastics, psychology

Samara Flug, Haverford, senior, squash, history

Elisa Money, Drexel, sophomore, squash, music industry

Kaitlyn Money, Drexel, junior, squash, electrical engineering

Sarah Parmacek, Penn, senior, fencing, international and Hispanic studies

Juliana Petersen, Haverford, junior, fencing, psychology