Eighty-five University of Georgia student athletes were named to the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll, according to an announcement by the league office.
The list includes student-athletes from baseball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track and field.
To be named to the honor roll, student-athletes must meet the following criteria: have a grade point average of 3.00 or higher for either the preceding academic year or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution, have completed 24 semester hours of academic credit toward a baccalaureate degree and have been a member of a varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment. The honor roll is based on grades from the 2013 Summer, 2013 Fall and 2014 Spring terms.
The UGA student-athletes named to the 2014 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll follow below:
Hunter Cole (Exercise & Sport Science), Grant Earls (Finance), David Gonzalez (Consumer Journalism), Taylor Hicks (Sport Management), Michael Mancuso (Communication Studies), Sean McLaughlin (Marketing), Pete Nagel (Health & Physical Education), Ross Ripple (Risk Management & Insurance), Daniel Smith (Management Information Systems), Brandon Stephens (Communication Studies), Austin Wallace (Management), Conor Welton (History)
Michael Cromie (Consumer Economics), Nicholas Reach (Management Information Systems)
Sylvie Brick (Statistics), Manuela Carbajo Re (Journalism), Amelia Hill (Psychology)
Katie Browne (Early Childhood Education), Geri Ann Glasco (Special Education), Niaja Griffin (Recreation & Leisure Studies), Adele Harrison (Psychology), Samantha LaZear (Bio Engineering), Kaylee Puailoa (Criminal Justice), Tiesha Reed (Marketing), Katie Sowers (Exercise & Sport Science), Anna Swafford (Psychology), Kaylee Williams (Sociology)
Garrett Brasseaux (Real Estate), Nathan Pasha (Communication Studies), Hernus Pieters (Finance), Austin Smith (Consumer Economics), Ben Wagland (Business), Nick Wood (Business)
Kate Fuller (Marketing), Lauren Herring (Sociology), Maho Kowase (Marketing)
Men’s Track & Field:
Braydon Anderson (Psychology), Luke Baker (Management), Drew Branch (International Affairs), Jared Dunn (Public Relations), Caleb Ebbets (Exercise & Sport Science), Michael Giuliano (Management), Charles Grethen (Finance), Jimmy Hicks (Business), Brendan Hoban (Turfgrass Management), Brandon Lord (Applied Biotechnology), Morgan Malanoski (Marketing), Burke McCarty (Exercise & Sport Science), Scott Selvey (Finance), Zack Sims (Statistics), Johnathan Smith (Sociology), Kisean Smith (Finance), Charles Sparks (Math Education), Maicel Uibo (Business), Nicholas Vena (Health & Physical Education)
Women’s Track & Field:
Leslie Boozer (Genetics), Anna Bowles (Psychology), Emily Brewer (Middle School Education), Quintunya Chapman (Health Promotion), Victoria Coppage (Special Education), Nicole DiMercurio (Communication Studies), Rachel Donovan (Finance), Rachael Doverspike (Mass Media Arts), Gabby Fulton (Criminal Justice), Greer Gafford (Animal Science), Carly Hamilton (Marketing), Taylor Hollingsworth (Nutrition Science), Marrion Kalafut (Exercise & Sport Science), Leontia Kallenou (Consumer Economics), Savannah Kirk (Marketing), Brooke Koblitz (Math Education), Kathleen LaPorte (Journalism), Morgann Leleux (Advertising), Megan Malasarte (Digital & Broadcast Journalism), Bret McDaniel (Economics), Jasmine Norton (Sociology), Lucie Ondraschkova (Finance), Sarah Perry (Biology), Erika Ramsey (Human Development & Family Science), Shelby Robison (Health Promotion), Ashley Rosenberg (Digital & Broadcast Journalism), Molly Schenck (Civil Engineering), Elizabeth Tepe (Biology), Anna Vonck (Exercise & Sport Science), Amelia Watson (Public Health)
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