Honka, a native of Opava, Czech Republic, won the pole vault and the men's heptathlon at the 2015 Atlantic 10 Indoor Track & Field Championships. He set new personal records in four heptathlon events, as well as his overall heptathlon score.
Berry, from Windsor, Conn., was also impressive in his event at the Indoor Championship, winning the 60m dash in a time if 6.87s, that was just .02 seconds shy of tying a meet record.
Honka is a supply chain management major with a 3.98 GPA, while Berry has a 3.64 GPA as a public relations major.
The Rams will begin the outdoor track & field season this weekend at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Conn.
Men's Academic All-Conference Team:
Sal del Giudice, DAV
Patrick Rollo, DAV
Vince Perozze, LAS
Michael Conway, Mason
DeAngelo Berry, URI
Ondrej Honka, URI
Tyler Gallen, SJU
Aaron Leskow, SJU
Rad Gunzenhauser, SJU
Michael Scolarici, SLU