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June 26, 2017

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina posted 118 students on the Southeastern Conference 2017 Spring Academic Honor Roll, the 11th-consectutive year for over 100 Gamecocks to earn this distinction.

A total of 1,245 student-athletes were named to the list on Monday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey

The 2017 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2016 Summer, 2016 Fall and 2017 Spring terms.

Any student-athlete who participates in a Southeastern Conference championship sport or a student-athlete who participates in a sport listed on his/her institution’s NCAA Sports Sponsorship Form is eligible for nomination to the Academic Honor Roll. The following criteria should be followed: (1) A student-athlete must have a grade point average of 3.00 or above for either the preceding academic year (two semesters or three quarters) or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution. (2) If a student-athlete attends summer school, his/her grade point average during the summer academic term must be included in the calculation used to determine eligibility for the Academic Honor Roll. (3) Student-athletes eligible for the Honor Roll include those receiving an athletics scholarship, recipients of an athletics award (i.e., letter winner), and non-scholarship student-athletes who have been on a varsity team for two seasons. (4) Prior to being nominated, a student-athlete must have successfully completed 24 semester or 36 quarter hours of non-remedial academic credit toward a baccalaureate degree at the nominating institution. (5) The student-athlete must have been a member of a varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment.

Alabama edged out South Carolina, posting 127 to the 118 Gamecocks honored. Arkansas stood third with 115 honorees, while Texas A&M ranked fourth with 108.

South Carolina on the 2017 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

Baseball (14):
Danny Blair, Sport & Entertainment Management
Colie Bowers, History
Jonah Bride, Sport & Entertainment Management
Wil Crowe, Public Health
Chris Cullen, Retail Management
Ross Grosvenor, Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
Adam Hill, Sport & Entertainment Management
Tyler Johnson, Exercise Science
John Jones, Retail Management
Cody Morris, Sport & Entertainment Management
John Parke, Interdisciplinary Studies
Clarke Schmidt, Retail Management
Reed Scott, Public Relations
LT Tolbert, Sport & Entertainment Management

Beach Volleyball (11):
AJ Baumann, Retail Management
Abby Feruck, Retail Management
Julia Mannisto, Accounting
Erin Neuenfelt, Elementary Education
Helen Recaborde, Management Science
Macie Tendrich, Public Health
Jade Vitt, Public Relations
Shannon Williams, Risk Management & Insurance
Jordan Wilson-Talmadge, Public Health
Delaney Wood, Sport & Entertainment Management
Katie Zimmerman, Exercise Science

Men’s Golf (5):
Ben Dietrich, Hospitality Management
Keenan Huskey, Political Science
Will Miles, Sport & Entertainment Management
Ryan Stachler, Management
Scott Stevens, Hospitality Management

Women’s Golf (7):
Gaby Amos, Political Science
Katelyn Dambaugh, Sport & Entertainment Management
Marianna Monaco, Criminal Justice
Isidora Nilsson, Sport & Entertainment Management
Ainhoa Olarra, Management & Economics
Marion Veysseyre, Biological Sciences
Jia Xin Yang, Finance & Management

Softball (14):
Jordyn Augustus, Political Science
Nickie Blue, Sport & Entertainment Management
Kennedy Clark, Public Health
Hayley Copeland, Finance
Tiara Duffy, Public Health
Jessica Elliott, Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
Lex Hull, Sport & Entertainment Management
Kenzi Maguire, Sport & Entertainment Management
Kaylea Snaer, Psychology
Kamryn Watts, Sport & Entertainment Management
Macey Webb, Political Science
Krystan White, Accounting
Taylor Williams, Retail Management
Victoria Williams, Elementary Education

Men’s Tennis (8):
Wood Benton, Global Supply Chain
Yancy Dennis, Risk Management & Insurance
Alex Fennell, Psychology
Gabriel Friedrich, Management
Thomas Mayronne, Sport & Entertainment Management
Harrison O’Keefe, Retail Management
Andrew Schafer, Finance & Management
Sam Swank, Economics

Women’s Tennis (8):
Hadley Berg, Management
Paige Cline, Sport & Entertainment Management
Caroline Dailey, Finance
Brigit Folland, Sport & Entertainment Management
Ingrid Gamarra Martins, Integrated Information Technology
Alison Mills, Finance
Rachel Rohrabacher, Psychology
Hannah Templeton, Finance

Men’s Track & Field (23):
Alexandre Asselin, Finance
Josh Awotunde, Public Health
Ryan Bermudez, Public Relations
Chris Cochran, Risk Management
Nick Couchell, Exercise Science
Michael Elwood, Finance
Chad Evans, Management
Eric Favors, Criminal Justice
Richard Fish, Economics
Clarence Gallop, Criminal Justice
Jordan Griffin, Nursing
Jussi Kanervo, Management
Markus Leemet, Finance
DeVon Lewis, Public Relations
Kyle Mook, Accounting
Isaiah Moore, Media Arts
Jordan Raper, Political Science
Bryce Simpson, International Studies
Carson Strom, Accounting
Yohance Thomas, Computer Science
Ncincilili Titi, Public Health
Michael Wamer, Sociology
Armand Woodley, Media Arts

Women’s Track & Field (28):
Aliyah Abrams, Exercise Science
Breanna Cole, Exercise Science
Maya Evans, Public Health
Shelby Freedman, Public Health
Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science
Nakita Gray, Public Relations
Emily Harding, Public Health
Meri Heneage, Finance
Morgan Hubbard, Public Relations
Jill Lampe, Exercise Science
Kara Lyles, Retail Management
Martha McCoy, Biological Sciences
Anna McElrath, Exercise Science
Allie Mueller, Pharmacy
Julia Nardone, Public Health
Melanie Ng, Economics
Funlayo Oluwole, Retail Management
Colleen Openshaw, Biochemistry
Milan Parks, Retail Management
Caitlin Potter, Public Health
Mary Reiser, Public Relations
Regina Schreiber, Criminal Justice
Allie Sprague, Accounting
Amy Suttmeier, Marketing
Sarah Taylor, Global Studies
Kaylee Wessel, International Business
Kierstin Williams, Childhood Education
Monica York, Exercise Science