Gamecocks posts record number on SEC’s Spring Academic Honor Roll



COLOMBIA, South Carolina – The SEC’s Spring 2021 Academic Honor Roll was announced Thursday by Commissioner Greg Sankey. South Carolina had 135 student-athletes in six sports on the list, the second-highest total in the conference. He beats the departmental record of 121 laureates, set in 2012.

A total of 1,615 student-athletes were on the list. The SEC’s Spring 2021 Academic Honor Roll includes conference-sponsored sports like baseball, golf, softball, tennis, and track and field, as well as non-sponsored sports like beach volleyball, rowing and lacrosse. It is based on the grades for the Summer 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 terms.

The athletics department concluded the spring semester 2021 with a departmental cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.369, the third highest departmental cumulative average in history and the 29th consecutive semester with a departmental cumulative average of over 3. , 0. During the spring semester, 16 of Gamecock’s 18 teams achieved a GPA of 3.0 or better.

Beach volleyball (3.798) had the highest team score among in-season programs in the spring. Women’s tennis (3,736) also highlighted the athletic achievements of the spring, which achieved its fourth highest cumulative team average on record.

“Our student-athletes continue to do an outstanding job in the classroom,” said athletic director Ray tanner. “Twenty-nine consecutive semesters of a departmental GPA 3.0 or better is an extraordinary achievement. I want to thank our academic staff Dodie for their work in helping our student-athletes through the process. team.”

The department named 95 student-athletes on the President’s List for a 4.0, 179 student-athletes on the Dean’s List (3.5) and 441 on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 ).

Any student-athlete who participates in a Southeastern Conference championship sport or a student-athlete who participates in a sport listed on their institution’s NCAA Sport Sponsorship Form is eligible for nomination to the Board. academic honor. The following criteria will be followed: (1) A student-athlete must have a GPA of 3.00 or more for the previous academic year (two semesters or three terms) or have a GPA of 3.00 or more at the appointing institution. (2) If a student-athlete attends summer school, their cumulative grade point average during the summer academic term must be included in the calculation used to determine eligibility for the Academic Honor Roll. (3) Eligible student-athletes for the Honor Roll include those receiving an athletic scholarship, recipients of an athletic award (i.e. the winner of a letter) and students – non-scholarship recipients who have been part of a university team for two seasons. (4) Before being appointed, a student-athlete must have successfully completed 24 semesters or 36 quarter hours of non-remedial academic credits towards a bachelor’s degree at the proposing institution. (5) The student-athlete must have been a member of a varsity team for the entire NCAA Championship segment of the sport.

The South Carolina winners are:

BASEBALL (13)
Brady allen – Retail business
Julien bosnic – Sports and entertainment management
Georges callil – Experimental psychology
Wes clarke – Retail business
Andrew Eyster – Sports and entertainment management
Thomas farr – Sports and entertainment management
Brannon Jordan – Sports and entertainment management
Brett kerry – Operations and supply chain
Andrew Peters – Interdisciplinary studies
Josias Sightler – Public health
Wesley sweatshirt – Integrated information technology
Cam Tringali – Sports and entertainment management
Braylen wimmer – Sports and entertainment management

BEACH VOLLEY (17)
Skylar Allen – Exercise science
Whitley ballard – Biomedical genius
Madison Brabham – Sports and entertainment management
Ashley brasfield – Public relations
Abby Carroll – Mass communication
Kennedy copeland – Publicity
Kaeli crews – Sports and entertainment management
Avery davis – Public health
Quinn Fulton – International studies
Peyton Gray – Risk management and insurance
Morgyn Greer – Public administration
Louise Kooiman – Intermediate level education
Sophie manson – Environmental sciences
Carly schnieder – Pharmacy
Jordan smith – Finance
Katie smith – Medical care
Jess vastine – Exercise science

MEN’S GOLF (8)
Harry corbin – Sports and entertainment management
Ryan Room – Tourism management
Nicholas Mayfield – Sports and Entertainment Management
John Parrott – Public Health
Andr̩ Proveaux РSociology
Andrew Spiegler – Marketing
Jack Wall – Sports and entertainment management
James Wilson – Sports and Entertainment Management

WOMEN’S GOLF (5)
Mathilde Claisse – Sports and entertainment management
Lois Kaye Go – Accounting
Sloan Knaffle – Sports and Entertainment Management
Ana Pelaez – Supply chain management
Pauline Roussin ‐ Bouchard – Experimental Psychology

SOFT BALL (16)
Bailey Betenbaugh – Exercise science
Mackenzie boesel – Sports and entertainment management
Cayla Drotar – Learning of design and technologies
Jordan fabien – Exercise science
Alex Fulmer – Criminology and criminal justice
Kassidy krupit – Sports and entertainment management
Alyssa Kumiyama – Public health
Hannah kumiyama – Hospitality management
Kenzi Maguire – Learning of design and technologies
Karsen Ochs – Public relations
Kelsey Oh – Marketing
Katie Prebble – Sports and entertainment management
Haley simpson – Visual communication
Lauren stewart – Journalism
Rachel Vaughan – Sports and entertainment management
Anna cardigan – Public health

MEN’S TENNIS (7)
Jake beasley – Public health
Thomas brown – Public health
Philippe Jordan – Finance
Raphael Lambling – Sports management
Beau-Pelletier – Immovable
Daniel Rodrigues – Experimental psychology
Connor thomson – Experimental psychology

WOMEN’S TENNIS (9)
Ana Cruz – Retail business
Silvia chinellato – International Hotel and Tourism Management
Élise Moulins – Criminology and criminal justice
Emma Shelton – Finance
Gabriela Martinez – Sports and entertainment management
Kendall sofa – Statistics
Megan Davies – Publicity
Mia Horvit – Broadcast journalism
Wicker kennedy – Business Economics

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD (21)
Rayon butler – Sociology
Hayden cobbe – Sports and entertainment management
Philippe Demsar – Physics
Eric Favors – Learning of design and technologies
Ian fladd – Mechanical Engineering
Desmond Gaillard – Management
Parker Howard – Exercise science
Carpenter mason – Geography
Tyler jones – Sports and entertainment management
Gatlin lawson – Integrated information technology
Rivaldo Leacock – Criminology and criminal justice
Jack mensch – Exercise science
Blake newcomb – Marketing
Bricen Nguyen – Public health
David olds – Geography
Malik paul – Media arts
Sean Peterson – Finance
Edward Richardson – Sports and Entertainment Management
Bailey rogers – Experimental psychology
Noah Walker – Health information technologies
Benjamin womble – Business Economics

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD (39)
Hanifah Abdulqadir – Health information technologies
Aliyah Abrams – Physical activity and public health
Sierra Biber – Retail business
Elizabeth Blalock – Exercise Science
Savannah arbors – Biological Sciences
Hannah cela – English
Stephanie Davis – Sociology
Elizabeth davison – Finance
Casey douglas – Pharmaceutical sciences
Lyndsey fowler – Visual communication
Angel Franck – Visual communication
Kensi Gray – Public health
Dymier Jeffrey – Retail
Kira Jenkins – International trade
Mary Joseph – Public Health
Macie kavanaugh – Biomedical genius
Hughes Kiera – Civil Engineering
Megan Lebo – Public Health
Sarah ‐ Sims McGrath – Business Administration
Morgan mosley – Marketing
Hillary Neely – Retail business
Omovoh knowledge – Experimental psychology
Pressley perry – Public works
Isabelle Pisani – Experimental psychology
Brianna Reckling – Marketing
Laura Revaitis – Environmental studies
Sarah riser – Public works
Sipsey Shaianne – Retail
Emily smith – Exercise science
Alycia Springs – Pharmacy
Brianna Stamps – Biological Sciences
Anna Stoddard – Journalism
Heather stone – International trade
Hailey Sweatman – Non-diploma search
Hannah Twine – Experimental psychology
Brooke Wilson – Exercise science
Kelsey Worthington – Visual communication
De’Andreah Young – Sociology
Kathleen Young – Marketing


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