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Gamecocks Break Department Record for SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll Members
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Gamecocks Break Department Record for SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll Members

South Carolina's 120 honorees leads the conference for the 14th time since 2006

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The SEC’s Fall Academic Honor Roll was announced on Tuesday by commissioner Greg Sankey. South Carolina’s 120 student-athletes recognized on the list leads the conference for the 14th time since 2006. It is also the fourth fall semester in a row with triple-digit honorees and is the highest single-year total for the fall in the department’s history.
 
In total, 1,203 SEC student-athletes made the list. The 2021 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll includes the sports of cross country, football, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball. It is based on grades from the 2021 Spring, Summer and Fall terms.
 
South Carolina’s student-athletes reached a departmental grade point average above 3.0 for the 30th-straight semester, concluding the Fall 2021 term with a mark of 3.245 and 16 of 18 teams posting a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Women’s soccer (3.733) earned the highest team GPA in the fall semester and their fourth-highest team GPA on record. The department named 67 student-athletes to the President’s List for earning a 4.0, 166 student-athletes to the Dean’s List (3.5) and 396 to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0).
 
“The term ‘Student-Athletes’ has special meaning at the University of South Carolina,” Athletics Director Ray Tanner said when the fall grades were announced. “The drive to excel on the playing fields and courts are only matched by the determination to stand out in the classroom and reach the ultimate goal of graduation.”
 
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:
 
Cross Country (22)
Kathleen Abrams – Biomedical Engineering
Savannah Bowers – Biological Sciences
Hannah Cella – English
Christina Ceniccola – Exercise Science
Elizabeth Davison – Finance
Hope Dominique – Exercise Science
Lyndsey Fowler – Visual Communications
Kensi Gray – Public Health
Katerina Hendrix – Exercise Science
Kira Jenkins – International Business
Molly Joseph – Public Health
Macie Kavanaugh – Biomedical Engineering
Meg Lebo – Public Health
Jenna Pellizzari – Exercise Science
Emily Pierontoni – Biomedical Engineering
Isabella Pisani – Psychology
Briana Reckling – Marketing
Laura Revaitis – Environmental Studies
Claudia Satzke – Exercise Science
Cailin Saylor – Psychology
Emily Smith – Exercise Science
Hannah Twine – Psychology
 
Football (47)
Trey Adkins – Sport and Entertainment Management
Matthew Bailey – Retailing
Nick Barrett – Exercise Science
Jaheim Bell – Retailing
Ahmarean Brown – Interdisciplinary Studies
Jordan Davis – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Luke Doty – Biological Sciences
Eric Douglas – Sport and Entertainment Management
Spencer Eason‐Riddle – Health Services Policy Management
Kingsley Enagbare – Retailing
Hot Rod Fitten – Interdisciplinary Studies
King-Demenian Ford – Religious Studies
Colten Gauthier – Exercise Science
Keem Green – Interdisciplinary Studies
Sherrod Greene – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Landon Grier – Sport and Entertainment Management
Jovaughn Gwyn – Information Science
Cole Hanna – Civil Engineering
Tonka Hemingway – Public Health
Alex Herrera – Sport and Entertainment Management
Alex Huntley – Sport and Entertainment Management
E.J. Jenkins – Interdisciplinary Studies
Mitch Jeter – Biological Sciences
Tyreek Johnson – Integrated Information Technology
Trai Jones – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Connor Jordan – Accounting
Kai Kroeger – Middle Level Education
Vershon Lee – Computer Information Systems
MarShawn Lloyd – Psychology
Payton Mangrum – Mass Communications
Hank Manos – Master’s in Business Administration
Sean McGonigal – Master’s in Business Administration
Jakai Moore – Sport and Entertainment Management
Vincent Murphy – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Nick Muse – Criminology and Criminal Justice
Zacch Pickens – Sport and Entertainment Management
Patrick Reedy – Finance
Sam Reynolds – Political Science
Hunter Rogers – Retailing
Will Rogers – Public Health
Darius Rush – Sport and Entertainment Management
Jesse Sanders – Marketing
David Spaulding – Sociology
Josh Vann – Interdisciplinary Studies
Tyshawn Wannamaker – Retailing
Parker White – Master’s in Business Administration
Dylan Wonnum – Criminology and Criminal Justice
 
Men’s Soccer (17)
Brian Banahan – Management
Ryan Bilichuk – Sport and Entertainment Management
Peter Clement – Marketing
Josh Corning – International Business
Logan Frost – Management
Jared Gulden – Marketing
Andrew Halloran – Marketing
Logan Hitzeman – Finance
Christian Kraus – Management
Parker League – International Business
Spencer Mallion – Management
Lorenzo Nagy – Public Health
Jake O’Connor – Management
Mark Roby – Finance
Andrew Rosenbaum – Sport and Entertainment Management
Innocent Twishime – Public Health
Donovan Wu – Accounting
 
Women’s Soccer (21)
Catherine Barry – Chemistry
Brianna Behm – Retailing
Lauren Chang – Business Administration
Samantha Chang – Social Work
Riane Coman – Sport and Entertainment Management
Camryn Dixon – Public Relations
Sarah Eskew – Global Health
Rylee Forster – Exercise Science
Taylor Fox – Exercise Science
Ryan Gareis – Health Communication
Eveleen Hahn – Biological Sciences
Jyllissa Harris – Early Childhood Education
Heather Hinz – Sport and Entertainment Management
Abby Hugo – Exercise Science
Sutton Jones – Public Health
Caitlyn Leffler – Business Economics
Anne Frances Lorio – Exercise Science
Hallie Meadows – Biological Sciences
Ranya Senhaji – Sport and Entertainment Management
Corinna Zullo – Sport and Entertainment Management
Luciana Zullo – Sport and Entertainment Management
 
Volleyball (13)
Lauren Bowers – Public Health
Gabby Brown – Biological Sciences
Camilla Covas – Management
Caitlin Crawford – Exercise Science
Mallory Dixon – Exercise Science
Holly Eastridge – Exercise Science
Kiune Fletcher – Civil Engineering
Kyla Manning – Biomedical Science
McKenzie Moorman – Marketing
Ellie Ruprich – Management
Janna Schlageter – Mathematics
Courtney Weber – Chemistry
Riley Whitesides – Elementary Education

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