July 14, 2011
ATHENS, Ga. -- A total of 110 UGA student-athletes were honored for their achievements by being named to the 2011 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll. UGA had the second-most student-athletes in the SEC earning the honors.
The 2011 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2010 Summer, 2010 Fall and 2010 Spring semesters. In order to be recognized, a student-athlete must have a grade point average of 3.00 or above for the preceding academic year or have a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above and must have successfully completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial academic credit toward a baccalaureate degree.
The list of UGA student-athletes named to the 2011 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll follows.
Baseball: Bryan Benzor, Speech Communication, Loganville; Zach Cone, Housing, Stone Mountain; Brett DeLoach, Business, Blackshear; Kyle Farmer, Speech Communication, Atlanta; Grayson Griffith, Marketing, Alpharetta; Chase Hawkins, Business, Snellville; John Herman, Real Estate, Atlanta; Jonathan Hester, Bio Engineering, Savannah; Lance Martin, Accounting, Alpharetta; Colby May, Speech Communication, Guyton; Clayton McKenney, Business, Atlanta; Michael Palazzone, Business, Marietta; Curt Powell, Speech Communication, Knoxville, Tenn.; Kevin Ruiz, Finance, Alpharetta; Carson Schilling, Risk Management & Insurance, Macon; Peter Verdin, Sport Management, Alexandria, Va.
Equestrian: Alexandra Andes, Broadcast News, Atlanta; Carly Anthony, Business, Redmond, Wash.; Samantha Baker, Art, Ellijay; Kelsey Berry, Marketing, Alpharetta; Katelin Brown, Accounting, Batavia, Ill.; Madeline Brown, Business, Alpharetta; Melanie Carraway, English, Evans; Britain Cecil, Business, Alpharetta; Ali Edison, Consumer Journalism, Tuscola, Texas; Jenny Freeman, Health Promotion, Canton; Marianne Grebel, Advertising, Leesburg; Katie Hagerty, Art, Wakefield, R. I.; Allison Haspel, Psychology, Manhassett, N. Y.; Rachel Howard, Consumer Journalism, Cumming; Kacy Jenkins, Recreation & Leisure Studies, Potomac Falls, Va.; Taylor Maloney, Management Information Systems, Milton; Michelle Morris, Film Studies, La Canada, Calif.; Ashton Paisley, Animal Science, Morriston, Fla.; Lanier Roberts, Consumer Economics, Watkinsville; Amelia Rogers, Animal Science, Burlington, Vt.; Grace Rogers, Psychology, Lititz, Pa.; Maria Salazar, Consumer Economics, Portland, Ore.; Alison Slutsky, Accounting, Covington; Diandra St. Hilaire, Criminal Justice, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; Lauren Stefanski, Speech Communication, Belleville, N.J.; Ali Sullivan, Animal Science, Wilton, Conn.; Kelly Truesdell, Health Promotion, Brights Grove, Ontario; Laura Upton, Speech Communication, Melbourne, Fla.; Brittlan Wall, Psychology, Suwanee; Megan Yeager, Biological Sciences, Braselton.
Men's Golf: Rob Bennett, Risk Management & Insurance, Augusta; Harris English, Consumer Economics, Thomasville; T.J. Mitchell, Consumer Economics, Albany; Hudson Swafford, Consumer Economics, Tallahassee, Fla.
Women's Golf: Tess Fordham, Accounting, Metter; Abigail Johnson, Sport Management, Buford, Ga.
Softball: Jennifer Auger, Biology, Poway, Calif.; Alisa Goler, Recreation & Leisure Studies, Frankfort, Ill.; Brittney Hubbard, Magazines, Victorville, Calif.; Sara McCloud, Health Promotion, Celina, Texas; Ashley Pauly, Newspapers, Kennesaw; Katie Rietkovich, Health & Physical Education, Guyton; Kristyn Sandberg, Health & Physical Education, Island Park, N. Y.; Taylor Schlopy, Child & Family Development, West Hills, Calif.; Laura Trout, Magazines, Summerville, S.C.
Men's Tennis: Drake Bernstein, Sport Management, Winder; Sadio Doumbia, Business, Toulouse, France; Will Reynolds, Speech Communication Chattanooga, Tenn.; Wil Spencer, International Affairs, Ponce de Leon, Fla.; Ignacio Taboada, Sociology, Atlanta.
Women's Tennis: Cameron Ellis, Marketing, Roswell; Kelli Jordan, Biological Sciences, Tifton.
Men's Track and Field: Brian Detweiler, Business, Stone Mountain; J. P. Hackney, History, Marietta; Ace Levy, Biology, Toronto, Canada; Nick Long, International Affairs, Marietta; William Matthews, Business, Birmingham, Ala; Brian Potts, Sport Management, Powder Springs; Fraser Reade, Telecommunication Arts, Milton; Brett Richardson, Social Studies Education, Lilburn; David Schiedt, Management, Marietta; David Silverstein, Real Estate, Birmingham, Ala.; Miles Svoboda, Business, Marietta; Caleb Vogt, Finance, Winter Park, Fla.; Travis Voyles, Environmental Economics & Management, Douglasville.
Women's Track and Field: Taylor Adams, Marketing, Marietta; Sarah Akinosho, Political Science, Kennesaw; Jenna Albert, Exercise & Sport Science, Cumming; Erika Allen, Broadcast News, Lithonia; Maria Augutis, Geography, Gothenburg, Sweden; Tierra Bagby, Early Childhood Education, Portsmouth, Va.; Odeika Bent, Criminal Justice, Montego Bay, Jamaica; Katherine Bickley, Health & Physical Education, Marietta; Leslie Boozer, Cellular Biology, Birmingham, Ala.; LaTroya Darrell, Child & Family Development, Smith's Parish, Bermuda; Kylie Foley, Exercise & Sport Science, Acworth; Emily Houston, Advertising, Jensen Beach, Fla.; Kelly Hracek, Health Promotion, Cuthbert; Kristie Krueger, Environmental Economics & Management, Argyle, Texas; Nicole Lomnicka Recreation & Leisure Studies, Nitra, Slovakia; Katherine Lacksen, Ecology, Sparta; Bridget Lyons, Biology, Evans; Eve Machovec, Magazines, Augusta; Allyson McGinty, History, Suwanee; Ali McWhirter, Health Promotion, Atlanta; Georgina Nembhard, Housing, Ocean Township, N. J.; Lucie Ondraschkova, Business, Opava, Czech Republic; Nicole Peterson, Mass Media Arts, Gaithersburg, Md.; Jade Riebold, Recreation & Leisure Studies, Powell, Ohio; Abbie Robinson, Magazines, Douglasville; Ashley Shiver, Animal Science, Satellite Beach, Fla.; Rachel Travis, Marketing, St. Charles, Mo.; Morgan VanGorder, Telecommunication Arts, Gainesville; Felicia Velez, Sport Management, Cumming.