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Gamecocks Place 120 Student-Athletes on Spring SEC Honor Roll
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Gamecocks Place 120 Student-Athletes on Spring SEC Honor Roll

It is the eighth time in 10 years the department had 100 or more make the list

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The 2020 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll was announced Thursday morning by commissioner Greg Sankey. South Carolina had 120 student-athletes across nine sports make the list.
In total, 1,405 SEC student-athletes earned a place on the honor roll, based on grades from the 2019 summer, 2019 fall and 2020 spring terms. South Carolina’s total of 120 is up from 88 in spring 2019, and marks the eighth time in the last 10 years that the department posted triple digit numbers to the list.
Gamecock Athletics concluded the Spring 2020 semester with a departmental grade point average (GPA) of 3.700, its highest GPA in history and the 27th-consecutive semester with a combined GPA above 3.0. For the first time in history, all 18 teams earned a GPA of 3.0 or better during the spring semester.
Beach volleyball (3.947) earned the highest team GPA for the second semester in a row, while women’s golf (3.913) earned the second-highest team mark within the department.
Seventeen teams earned their highest GPA to date including: baseball (3.399), men’s basketball (3.349), women’s basketball (3.664), equestrian (3.786), football (3.614), men’s golf (3.670), women’s golf (3.913), men’s soccer (3.723), women’s soccer (3.867), softball (3.758), men’s swimming & diving (3.676), women’s swimming & diving (3.898), men’s tennis (3.807), men’s track & field (3.474), women’s track & field/cross country (3.807), beach volleyball (3.947) and volleyball (3.731). Additionally, women’s tennis (3.830) earned its second-highest team GPA on record.
The department also set a record this spring by naming 140 student-athletes to the President’s List for earning a 4.0. Additionally, 164 student-athletes were named to the Dean’s List (3.5) and 502 to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0).
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 will 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.
South Carolina’s honorees are as follows:
Brady Allen – Retailing
Julian Bosnic – Sport and Entertainment Management
George Callil – Experimental Psychology
Noah Campbell – Biological Sciences
Wes Clarke – Retailing
Parker Coyne – Sport and Entertainment Management
Andrew Eyster – Sport and Entertainment Management
Dylan Harley – Sport and Entertainment Management
Brett Kerry – Operations and Supply Chain
Graham Lawson – Retailing
Hayden Lehman – Sport and Entertainment Management
Daniel Lloyd – Sport and Entertainment Management
Carmen Mlodzinski – Sport and Entertainment Management
TJ Shook – Retailing
Josiah Sightler – Public Health
Wesley Sweatt – Integrated Information Technology
Cam Tringali – Sport and Entertainment Management
Beach Volleyball
Whitley Ballard – Biomedical Engineering 
Abby Carroll – Mass Communications
Kennedy Copeland – Advertising
Avery Davis – Public Health
Hannah Edelman – Retailing 
Quinn Fulton – International Studies 
Louise Kooiman – Middle Level Education 
Sarah Nacouzi – Public Health
Frances Rosseland – Journalism
Carly Schnieder – Pharmacy
Jordan Smith – Finance
Katie Smith – Exercise Science 
Men’s Golf
Harry Corbin – Sport and Entertainment Management
Ryan Hall – Tourism Management
Jack Parrott – Public Health
Caleb Proveaux – Sociology
Andrew Spiegler – Marketing
Jamie Wilson – Sport and Entertainment Management
Women’s Golf
Lois Kaye Go – Accounting
Ana Pelaez – Supply Chain Management
Emily Price – Retail Management
Anita Uwadia – Management
Mackenzie Boesel – Sport and Entertainment Management
Cayla Drotar – Interdisciplinary Studies
Jordan Fabian – Exercise Science
Alex Fulmer – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Karly Heath – Sport and Entertainment Management
Jana Johns – Sport and Entertainment Management
Kassidy Krupit – Sport and Entertainment Management
Alyssa Kumiyama – Public Health
Alexis Lindsey – Tourism Management
Kenzi Maguire – Educational Technology
Kelsey Oh – Marketing
Madison Owens – Exercise Science
Katie Prebble – Sport and Entertainment Management
Haley Simpson – Visual Communications
Lauren Stewart – Public Relations
Rachel Vaughan – Sport and Entertainment Management
Anna Vest – Public Health
Men’s Tennis
Jake Beasley  
Thomas Brown
Phillip Jordan
Paul Jubb – Retailing
Raphael Lambling – Sport and Entertainment Management
Beau Pelletier – Real Estate
Daniel Rodrigues – Experimental Psychology
Women’s Tennis
Silvia Chinellato – International Hospitality & Tourism Management
Megan Davies – Advertising
Mia Horvit – Broadcast Journalism
Kennedy Wicker – Business Economics
Men’s Track and Field
Kaden Briggs – Physical Education
Arinze Chance – Global Studies
Eric Favors – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Ian Fladd – Mechanical Engineering
Marc Flores – Mass Communications
Parker Howard – Exercise Science
Mason Joiner – Geography
Tyler Jones – Sport and Entertainment Management
Rivaldo Leacock – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Blake Newcomb – Management 
David Olds – Geography
Malik Paul – Media Arts
Sean Petersen – Finance
Seth Rabinowitz – Biological Sciences
Bailey Rogers – Experimental Sciences
Darrell Singleton – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Austin Story – Retailing
Noah Walker – Information Science
Benjamin Womble – Economics
Women’s Track and Field
Hanifah Abdulqadir – Health Information Technology
Aliyah Abrams – Physical Activity & Public Health
Morgan Adams – Exercise Science
Sierra Bieber – Retailing
Adele Blalock – Exercise Science & Biological Sciences
Caitlin Conway – Experimental Psychology & Spanish
Emily Crounse – Pharmaceutical Sciences
Jordan Fields – Experimental Psychology
Leah Ford – Chemical Engineering
Lyndsey Fowler – Visual Communications
Rachel Hensler – Civil Engineering
Dymier Jeffery – Retailing
Kira Jenkins – International Business
Macie Kavanaugh – Biomedical Engineering
Kelsey Larkin – Biological Sciences
Morgan Lee – Experimental Psychology
Sarah‐Sims McGrath – Advertising
Morgan Moseley – Marketing
Amanda Murphy – Sport and Entertainment Management
Maryah Nasir – Nursing
Amecia Pennamon – Finance
Pressley Perry – Civil Engineering
Briana Reckling – Marketing
Sarah Riser – Civil Engineering
Cailin Saylor – Experimental Psychology
Samantha Silber – Sport and Entertainment Management
Alycia Springs – Pharmaceutical Sciences
Brianna Stamps – Biological Sciences
Anna Stoddard – Advertising
Heather Stone – Retailing
Hailey Sweatman – Exercise Science
Hannah Twine – Experimental Psychology
Brooke Wilson – Exercise Science
Kathleen Young – Marketing