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SEC Releases 2022 Spring Academic Honor Roll

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The SEC’s Spring Academic Honor Roll was announced on Wednesday by commissioner Greg Sankey. South Carolina’s 156 student-athletes leads the conference and is a new department record, surpassing the previous high of 135 on last spring’s honor roll.

In total, 1,531 SEC student-athletes made the list. The 2022 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll includes the sports of baseball, golf, softball, tennis and track & field and is based on grades from the 2021 Summer, 2021 Fall and 2022 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 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:

Baseball (18)

  • Matthew Becker – Undeclared
  • Julian Bosnic – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Alek Boychuk – Retailing
  • Connor Cino – Management
  • Robert Dantin – Marketing
  • Thaddeus Ector – Retailing
  • Andrew Eyster – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • James Hicks – Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Matthew Hogan – Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Elijah Jones – Retailing
  • Jack Mahoney – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Michael Messina – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Samuel Sightler – Public Health
  • Samuel Simpson – Retailing
  • Evan Stone – Retailing
  • Jack Sweatt – Integrated Info Technology
  • John Tringali – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Jalen Vasquez – Sport and Entertainment Management

Beach Volleyball (19)

  • Skylar Allen – Exercise Science
  • Samantha Ansel – Mechanical Engineering
  • Whitley Ballard – Biomedical Engineering
  • Sophia Bengoechea – Political Science
  • Abby Carroll – Mass Communications
  • Kaeli Crews – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Nicole Deobler – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Jillian Gleason – Biological Sciences
  • Peyton Gray – Risk Management and Insurance
  • Alyssa Keller – Mass Communications
  • Hannah Mackenhausen – Psychology
  • Sophie Manson – Environmental Science
  • Kristen Schenck – Undeclared
  • Jordan Smith – Finance
  • Chase Teal – Nursing
  • Elizabeth Thompson – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Courtney Weber – Chemistry
  • Kennedy Westendorff – Biological Sciences
  • Lauren Wilcock – Exercise Science

Men’s Golf (7)

  • Nathaniel Franks – Statistics
  • Ryan Hall – Tourism Management
  • Jason Quinlan – Retailing
  • Rafe Reynolds – Mass Communications
  • William Shinn – Finance
  • Mason Tucker – Pre‐Business
  • Eugene Zeigler – Real Estate

Women’s Golf (6)

  • Worapitcha Anudit – Physical Education
  • Mathilde Claisse – Finance
  • Hannah Darling – Psychology
  • Justine Fournand – Psychology
  • Paula Kirner – Management
  • Louise Rydqvist – Pre‐Business

Softball (19)

  • Bailey Betenbaugh – Exercise Science
  • Riley Blampied – Retailing
  • Olivia Cook – Retailing
  • Giulia Desiderio – Biological Sciences
  • Jordan Fabian – Exercise Science
  • Madeline Gallagher – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Natalie Heath – Retailing
  • Carlie Henderson – Retailing
  • Kassidy Krupit – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Hannah Kumiyama – Hospitality Management
  • Karsen Ochs – Public Relations
  • Kelsey Oh – International Business
  • Madison Owens – Exercise Science
  • Leah Powell – Retailing
  • Kathryn Prebble – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Emma Sellers – Pre‐Business
  • Haley Simpson – Visual Communications
  • Skylar Trahan – Retailing
  • Rachel Vaughan – Sport and Entertainment Management

Men’s Tennis (7)

  • Jacob Beasley – Exercise Science
  • Raphael Lambling – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Carter Morgan – Finance
  • Beau Pelletier – Finance
  • Daniel Rodrigues – Psychology
  • Toby Samuel – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Connor Thomson – Psychology

Women’s Tennis (10)

  • Ayana Akli – Civil Engineering
  • Kendall Couch – Statistics
  • Ana Cruz – Finance
  • Megan Davies – Journalism
  • Allie Gretkowski – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Sarah Hamner – Undeclared
  • Misa Malkin – Management
  • Elise Mills – Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Victoria Mulville – Undeclared
  • Lindsay Tulenko – Retailing

Men’s Track and Field (22)

  • Rogerio Amaral – Exercise Science
  • Jalen Clark – Pre‐Business
  • Hayden Cobbe – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Filip Demsar – Physics
  • Adam Dowe – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Desmond Gaillard – Management
  • Alexander Galbraith – Accounting
  • Aidan Hatton – Pre‐Business
  • Gatlin Lawson – Integrated Info Technology
  • George Luke – Electrical Engineering
  • Jacob Mangione – Exercise Science
  • Ethan Mathis – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Jack Mensch – Exercise Science
  • David Olds – Geography
  • Sean Peterson – Finance
  • Jaden Price‐Whitehead – Computer Science
  • Seth Rabinowitz – Biological Sciences
  • Kyle Reers – Statistics
  • Edward Richardson – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Doval Simmonds – Retailing
  • Dylan Targgart – Finance
  • Henry Wood – Media Arts

Women’s Track and Field (48)

  • Kathleen Abrams – Biomedical Engineering
  • Savannah Bowers – Biological Sciences
  • Hannah Cella – English
  • Christina Ceniccola – Exercise Science
  • Alexandria Costantino – Nursing
  • Elizabeth Davison – Finance
  • Hope Dominique – Exercise Science
  • Brooke Donoghue – Pre‐Business
  • Casey Douglas – Public Health
  • Alyssa Flink – Tourism Management
  • Lyndsey Fowler – Visual Communications
  • Angel Frank – Visual Communications
  • Kieley Gayle – Retailing
  • Kensi Gray – Public Health
  • Katerina Hendrix – Exercise Science
  • Kiera Hughes – Civil Engineering
  • Kira Jenkins – International Business
  • Alysia Johnson – Exercise Science
  • Mia Joseph – Biological Sciences
  • Molly Joseph – Public Health
  • Macie Kavanaugh – Biomedical Engineering
  • Megan Lebo – Public Health
  • Ashton Lindley – Political Science
  • Devyn McMichael – Sport and Entertainment Management
  • Morgan Moseley – Marketing
  • Sarah Neville – Public Health
  • Jenna Pellizzari – Exercise Science
  • Pressley Perry – Civil Engineering
  • Emily Pierontoni – Biomedical Engineering
  • Isabella Pisani – Psychology
  • Kayla Racine – Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Briana Reckling – Marketing
  • Laura Revaitis – Environmental Studies
  • Alyssa Rice – Biochem and Molecular Biology
  • Claudia Satzke – Exercise Science
  • Cailin Saylor – Psychology
  • Cailyn Scharneck – Middle Level Education
  • Emily Smith – Exercise Science
  • Alycia Springs – Pharmacy
  • Brianna Stamps – Biological Sciences
  • Emma Stone – Undeclared
  • Hannah Twine – Psychology
  • Emily Valentine – Retailing
  • Lilian Weeks – Elementary Education
  • Allyson Wilson – Undeclared
  • Kelsey Worthington – Visual Communications
  • Kathleen Young – Marketing
  • Grace Zamrowski – Exercise Science

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