Jaylen Walton was among 40 Rebels named to the SEC First Year Honor Roll.
July 15, 2013
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Forty Ole Miss student-athletes were among a total of 762 named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll, Monday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive.
A total of 3,116 student-athletes around the league earned Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2012-13, including 162 from Ole Miss.
Women's soccer led the Rebels with nine on the First-Year Honor Roll, including Olivia Harrison who started 11 of 22 matches and finished third on the team with six goals. Football placed six on the honor roll, including Jaylen Walton, who was named to the ESPN.com SEC All-Freshman Team.
Baseball and men's track and field each had five make the honor roll. Men's golf and softball tallied four each on the list, men's basketball and women's tennis placed two, and men's tennis, women's golf and volleyball rounded out the list with one each.
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 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2012-13 academic calendar.
Ole Miss Student-Athletes On The 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll follows: Name-Sport-Major Brady Bramlett - Baseball - Biology Matt Denny - Baseball - Business Undecided Cameron Dishon - Baseball - Accountancy Christian Helsel - Baseball - Exercise Science Jacob Waguespack - Baseball - Managerial Finance Terry Brutus - M. Basketball - Liberal Arts Undecided Cade Peeper - M. Basketball - Accountancy Quintavius Burdette - Football - Liberal Arts Undecided Robert Conyers - Football - Business Undecided Nathan Noble - Football - Business Marketing Andy Pappanastos - Football - Business Undecided Jaylen Walton - Football - Liberal Arts Undecided John Youngblood - Football - Business Undecided Drew Comer - M. Golf - Business Undecided Chandler Fischer - M. Golf - Business Undecided Forrest Gamble - M. Golf - Biological Science Noah West - M. Golf - Liberal Arts Undecided Drew Galtney - M. Tennis - Insurance and Risk Management Onyinyechukwu Afoaku - M. Track & Field - Journalism Kevin Conway - M. Track & Field - Exercise Science Hunter Harrison - M. Track & Field - Business Undecided Peyton Moss - M. Track & Field - Chemical Engineering Garrett Rogers - M. Track & Field - Pharmaceutical Sciences Abby Newton - W. Golf - Geological Engineering Alyssa Invergo - Softball - Communication Sciences and Disorders Natalie Martinez - Softball - Liberal Arts Undecided Madi Osias - Softball - Business Undecided Bri Payne - Softball - Liberal Arts Undecided Bethany Bunker - W. Soccer - Liberal Arts Undecided Sara Coleman - W. Soccer - Elementary Education Sydney Eddy - W. Soccer - Business Undecided Maddie Friedmann - W. Soccer - Liberal Arts Undecided Olivia Harrison - W. Soccer - Biology Jessica Hiskey - W. Soccer - Chemistry Jennifer Miller - W. Soccer - Biology Samantha Sanders - W. Soccer - Liberal Arts Undecided Emily Wilber - W. Soccer - Accountancy Marija Milutinovic - W. Tennis - Business Undecided Allie Robbins - W. Tennis - Mechanical Engineering Seini Moimoi - Volleyball - Marketing and Corporate Relations
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