Senior Associate AD for Academic Support, Derek Cowherd.
July 11, 2014
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- On the heels of yesterday's announcement of the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll, 44 Ole Miss student-athletes were named to the 2014 SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll as announced Friday by the league office.
A total of 820 student-athletes were named to the 2013-14 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll, Friday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. A total of 3,270 student-athletes around the league earned Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2013-14.
Women's track and field boasted nine on the honor roll to lead the Rebels, while soccer placed seven. Baseball added six to yesterday's 17 who made the Spring Honor Roll. Volleyball and men's track and field had five on the list. Football and softball were next with three each. Men's golf had two on the honor roll, while men's basketball, women's golf, rifle and women's tennis had one each.
A total of 169 Rebel student-athletes were named to SEC Academic Honor Rolls for the 2013-14 year.
The SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2013-14 academic calendar.
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.
Ole Miss on the 2013-14 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll: Evan Anderson - Baseball - Exercise Science Peyton Attaway - Baseball - Journalism Dalton Dulin - Baseball - Undeclared Henri Lartigue - Baseball - Business Undeclared Wyatt Short - Baseball - Undeclared J.B. Woodman - Baseball - Business Undeclared Dwight Coleby - M. Basketball - Undeclared Ryan Buchanan - Football - Business Undeclared Will Gleeson - Football - Undeclared Austin Golson - Football - Undeclared Jacob Ross - M. Golf - Undeclared Ben Wolcott - M. Golf - Business Undeclared Maria Toennessen - W. Golf - Human Resource Management Alison Weisz - W. Rifle - Dietetics and Nutrition Melissa Capocaccia - W. Soccer - Pre Pharmacy Addie Forbus - W. Soccer - Journalism Cheyenne Hall - W. Soccer - Chemical Engineering Gretchen Harknett - W. Soccer - Biochemistry Madi Killeen - W. Soccer - Elementary Education Caitlin Lewis - W. Soccer - Biology Mackenze Parma - W. Soccer - Geological Engineering Emily Boyd - Softball - Economics Miranda Strother - Softball - Undeclared Courtney Syrett - Softball - Management Zalina Khairudinova - W. Tennis - Business Undeclared Conrad Collins - M. Track & Field - Philosophy Julius Lembke - M. Track & Field - Business Undeclared Carl Lowe - M. Track & Field - Pre Pharmacy Will Spiers - M. Track & Field - Engineering Jon Luke Watts - M. Track & Field - Public Policy Leadership Lyndsey Acree - W. Track & Field - Criminal Justice Saga Barzowski - W. Track & Field - Undeclared Scarlett Fox - W. Track & Field - Journalism Elisabeth Gaillet - W. Track & Field - Business Undeclared Tavyn Lovitt - W. Track & Field - English Education Arielle Wallace - W. Track & Field - Undeclared Brittanee Wallace - W. Track & Field - Integrated Marketing Communications Callie Watson - W. Track & Field - Undeclared Leanne Zimmer - W. Track & Field - Anthropology Laura Beaty - Volleyball - Integrated Marketing Communications Kristen Brashear - Volleyball - Undeclared Melanie Crow - Volleyball - Undeclared Aubrey Edie - Volleyball - Elementary Education Margaret Eggert - Volleyball - Integrated Marketing Communications
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