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Gamecocks Post 98 on SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
July 1, 2015

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - With 98 students making the 2014-15 First-Year Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, South Carolina tops the league’s listing for the eighth-consecutive year.

The Gamecocks led the way, followed by Kentucky’s 83 and Alabama’s 79. A total of 822 student-athletes were named to the 2014-15 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll, Wednesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey. Each student-athlete must 1) have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; 2) be on scholarship or a letter winner; 3) have completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial credit at the nominating institution; and 4) have been a member of the varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment. The SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2014-15 academic calendar.

South Carolina’s honorees are below, broken down by sport.

2014-15 First-Year Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll
South Carolina’s Honorees

Baseball (9):
Thatcher Coleman, Psychology
Banks Cromer, Exercise Science
Alex Destino, Undeclared
Tyler Johnson, Exercise Science
Jared Martin, Retail Management
Clarke Schmidt, Retail Management
Clark Scolamiero, Sport Management
Madison Stokes, Psychology
Jared Williams, Business
 

 

Basketball, Men’s (3):
TeMarcus Blanton, Sport Management
Shamiek Sheppard, Sociology
Marcus Stroman, Sport Management

Basketball, Women’s (1):
A’ja Wilson, Psychology

Equestrian (12):
Raleigh Bacharach, Public Health
Madison Butehorn, Business
Lauren Fabiano, Environmental Sciences
Shelby Friday, Psychology
Nora Jodrey, Business
Megan Overberg, Biology
Jaana Rasmussen, Marine Sciences
Paisley Roberts, Exercise Science
Megan Russo, Business
Aurie Engel Schmieding, Retail Management
Paige Stopperich, Psychology
Bailey Waters, Business Undecided

Football (7):
Bryson Allen-Williams, Journalism
Kevin Crosby, Physical Education
Terry Googer, Sport Management
Chris Lammons, Business
Nick McGriff, Sport Management
Michael Scarnecchia, Biochemistry
Donell Stanley, Sport Management

Golf, Men’s (1):
Keenan Huskey, Business

Golf, Women’s (1):
Ainhoa Olarra, Sociology

Sand Volleyball (4):
Chloe Cook, Business
Caroline Goerke, Public Relations
Julia Mannisto, Undeclared
Macie Tendrich, Public Health

Soccer, Men’s (4):
Chandler Corley, Mechanical Engineering
Craig Duggan, Psychology
Martin Ramos, Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Clay Rittershaus, Sport Management

Soccer, Women’s (5):
Dominique Babbitt, Retail Management
Anna Conklin, Sport Management
Lauren Jankowski, Middle Level Education
Savannah McCaskill, Exercise Science
Alexis Pendergraft, Biology

Softball (5):
Jordyn Augustus, Political Science
Hayley Copeland, Business
Tiara Duffy, Public Health
Kamryn Watts, Sport Management
Krystan White, Business

Swimming & Diving, Men’s (5):
Jeremiah Bohon, Biology
Thomas Hang, Business
Tomas Peribonio, Business
Caleb Tosh, Chemical Engineering
Nils Wich-Glasen, Business

Swimming & Diving, Women’s (12):
Mairyn Branaman, Exercise Science
Heather Merritt, Business
Makenzie Miller, Public Relations
Brittany Oxley, Broadcast Journalism
Charlsie Reneski, Biology
Marissa Roth, Business
Megu Seidenberger, Exercise Science
Tierney Shimansky, Environmental Science
Sarah Smith, Biology
Meredith Vay, Exercise Science
Julia Vincent, Public Health
Taylor Worrell, Sport Management

Tennis, Men’s (2):
Wood Benton, Business
Gabriel Friedrich, Business

Tennis, Women’s (3):
Hadley Berg, Business
Megen Cochran, Public Health
Alison Mills, Public Health

Track & Field, Men’s (3):
Chris Cochran, Business
Michael Elwood, Undeclared
Tye Williams, Journalism

Track & Field/Cross Country, Women’s (18):
Sequoia Brown, Biology
Hannah Frazier, Marketing
Shelby Freedman, Exercise Science
Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science
Emily Harding, Sport Management
Helena Harding, Political Science
Ashley Hrubala, Exercise Science
Morgan Hubbard, Public Relations
Anna McElrath, Exercise Science
Caroline Pascal, Public Health
Caitlin Potter, Public Health
Regina Schreiber, Criminal Justice
Allie Sprague, Business
Amy Suttmeier, Business
Sarah Taylor, Biology
Paige Thieke, Exercise Science
Kaylee Wessel, Business
Monica York, Biology

Volleyball (2):
Courtney McKeag, Criminal Justice
Allie Monserez, Business

 

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