USC leads SEC honor roll

From Staff ReportsJanuary 24, 2013 

South Carolina, for the seventh-consecutive fall, has the most student-athletes on the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

The Gamecocks posted 74 student-athletes based on grades from the 2012 spring, summer and fall terms, topping the list by a wide margin over second-place Georgia, which had 57. Vanderbilt had 55, while Florida and Kentucky both had 46. A total of 629 student-athletes earned the accolade for the fall.

Any student-athlete who participates in a SEC championship sport must have a grade point average of 3.00 or above.

USC’S HONOREES

FOOTBALL

Landon Ard – Sport Management

Jacob Baker – Management

K.J. Brent – HRTM

Damiere Byrd – Sport Management

A.J. Cann – Sociology

Shon Carson – Sport Management

Andrew Clifford – Sport Management

Gerald Dixon, Jr. – Retail Management

Phillip Dukes – Sociology

Bruce Ellington – Sociology

Travis Ford – Biology

Deon Green – Business

Mason Harris – HRTM

Tyler Hull – Economics

Damario Jeffery – Sport Management

T.J. Johnson – Sport Management

Kadetrix Marcus – Business

Davis Moore – Public Health

Drew Owens – Business

Ronald Patrick – Criminal Justice

Kelvin Rainey – Sport Management

Corey Robinson – HRTM

Jared Shaw – Sociology

Brandon Shell – Sport Management

DeAngelo Smith – Sport Management

Brock Stadnik – Business

Clayton Stadnik – Business

Dylan Thompson – Sport Management

Adam Yates – HRTM

MEN’S SOCCER

Stephen Anderson – Psychology

Robert Beebe – Biological Sciences

Jason Chapman – Public Health

Snoopy Davidson – Business

Chris Duzan – Computer Science

Ryan Freiburger – Accounting

Trevor Hubbard – Management Science

Mahamoudou Kaba – Criminal Justice

Niklas Kivinen – Business

Asa Kryst – Arts & Sciences

Alex Long – Marketing

Mike Mangotic – Exercise Science

Eric Martinez – Management

Will McGinnis – Finance

JP Rafferty – Management

Kevin Stam – Social Work

Dan Traxler – Exercise Science

Braeden Troyer – Mathematics

Hunter Wyer – Mechanical Engineering

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Danielle Au – International Business

Megan Byers – Exercise Science

Sabrina D’Angelo – Exercise Science

Alexa Gainey – Public Health

Gabrielle Gilbert – Exercise Science

Dani Henry – Exercise Science

Alex Holland – Middle Level Education

Taylor Leach – Exercise Science

Sam McGowan – French

Christa Neary – Psychology

Andie Romness – Business Undecided

Elizabeth Sinclair – Accounting

Darien Vercillo – Psychology

Christine Watts – Sport Management

Ali Whitney – Business Undecided

Rae Wilson – Accounting

VOLLEYBALL

Taylor Bruns – Middle Level Education

Lindsey Craft – International Business

Christina Glover – Middle Level Education

Cara Howley – International Business

Megan Kent – Criminal Justice

Lexie Pawlik – Elementary Education

Olivia Ryder – Exercise Science

Bethanie Thomas – Civil Engineering

Christina Vereb – Sport Management

Paige Wheeler – Exercise Science

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