[su_spacer size=”20″] The University of Georgia placed 88 student-athletes on the 2014-15 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll, tops among all 14 league institutions.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Georgia’s league-leading 88 was followed by South Carolina with 67 and Alabama with a total of 66. Overall, the SEC placed 637 student-athletes on the Winter Academic Honor Roll list. The honor roll is based upon grades from the 2014 Spring, Summer and Fall terms.
[su_spacer size=”40″] In order to receive the honor, a student-athlete must meet the following criteria: maintain a grade point average of 3.00 or above for either the preceding academic year or have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; compete on a varsity team for at least two seasons; successfully complete 24 semester or 36 quarter hours of non-remedial academic credit toward a baccalaureate degree prior to nomination; be a member of a varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment.
[su_spacer size=”40″] Georgia’s 88 total Academic Honor Roll recipients are comprised of 40 equestrian team members, 17 members from the women’s swim and dive team, 12 members from the men’s swim and dive team, eight gymnasts, six men’s basketball players and five women’s basketball players. A complete listing of the student-athletes is as follows:
[su_spacer size=”40″] Equestrian: Kylee Arbuckle (Accounting); Madison Beasley (Public Relations); Sydney Beasley (Exercise & Sport Science); Morgan Beavers (Public Relations); Madison Berger (Dairy Science); Caroline Blackshear (Sociology); Abby Brown (Business); Lindsey Cheek (Management); Sydney Crenshaw (Sport Management); Taylor Davis (Anthropology); Jessica Dencker (Animal Science);Emily DuPont (Biology); Stephanie Edman (Health & Physical Education); Kendall Fately (Advertising); Liza Finsness (Exercise & Sport Science); Lauren Garmon (Psychology); Olivia Gaude (Art); Vanessa Gillette (Marketing); Leylan Gleeson (Finance); Heather Ham (Finance); Allie Harbert (Psychology & Biology); Sara Hunt (Marketing); Morgan Justiss (Marketing); Rachel Kolb (Finance); Katherine LoChiatto (Exercise & Sport Science); Laura Malone (International Affairs); Sarah Novak (Psychology); Meg O’Mara (Marketing); Sara Parr (Communication Studies); Ashlyn Perry (Communication Science & Disorders); Caroline Robinson (Biology); Emma Schauder (English);Heather Schmidt (Psychology); Megan Southam (Exercise & Sport Science); Claudia Spreng (Management); Paige Stawicki (Psychology & Biology); Agne Stoskute (Animal Science); Jane Sutcliff (Psychology); Charley Thiel (Furnishing & Interiors); Lauren Tieche (Risk Management & Insurance); Mikailla Waltos (Management)
[su_spacer size=”40″] Gymnastics: Mary Beth Box (Marketing); Chelsea Davis (Psychology); Demetria Hunte (Psychology); Brandie Jay (Risk Management & Insurance); Lauren Johnson (Human Development & Family Science); Whitney Kirby (Exercise & Sport Management); Sarah Persinger (Consumer Journalism); Rachel Schick (Biological Science)
[su_spacer size=”40″] Men’s Basketball: Taylor Echols (Ecology); Houston Kessler (Economics); Dusan Langura (International Affairs); Juwan Parker (Management); Marcus Thornton (Kinesiology); Brandon Young (Management)
[su_spacer size=”40″] Women’s Basketball: Hannahkohl Almire (Marketing & Art); Marjorie Butler (Exercise & Sport Science); Haley Clark (Finance); Tiaria Griffin (Human Development & Family Science); Merritt Hempe (Marketing)
[su_spacer size=”40″] Men’s Swimming & Diving: Nicolas Fink (Agricultural Engineering); Patrick Humphreys (Spanish & Exercise & Sport Science); Spencer Madanay (Management); Jared Markham (Sport Management); John Mattern (Accounting);Derek Onken (Mathematics & Computer Science); Christopher Powell (Business);Nick Salyers (Marketing); Ty Stewart (English & Cognitive Science); Aidan Sweeney (Italian & Biology); Conor Sweeney (Kinesiology); Michael Trice (Finance)
[su_spacer size=”40″] Women’s Swimming & Diving: Olivia Boggs (Accounting); Emily Cameron (Political Science & International Affairs); Hali Flickinger (Sport Management & Economics); Lauren Harrington (Digital & Broadcast Journalism & Political Science); Kimberlee John-Williams (International Affairs); Elizabeth Kirkland (Art); Maddie Locus (Italian); Jordan Mattern (Biology); Amber McDermott (Communication Studies); Anna Neumeister (Accounting); Darcie O’Brien (Advertising); Shannon O’Malley (Marketing & Advertising); Courtney Peters (Early Childhood Education); Kelly Thatcher (Exercise & Sport Science);Chantal Van Landeghem (Psychology & Cognitive Science); Annie Zhu(Early Childhood Education); Rachel Zilinskas (Business)