101 Alabama Student-Athletes Earn Place on SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll



June 29, 2010

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A total of 101 University of Alabama student-athletes representing nine different teams were named to the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, the league office announced Tuesday. The Crimson Tide ranked second in the conference in total honorees. South Carolina was first with 109 while Georgia came in third with 100.

 

The women's track and field team led the way for UA, following up its top-20 finish at the recent NCAA Outdoor Championships, with 24 honorees, the second highest total of any team or school this spring. The rowing team, which completed its fourth season as an NCAA Division I sport this spring, posted its highest total ever with 23 honorees.

 

The men's track and field and baseball teams both garnered 12 honorees each. The men's track and field team posted a top-25 finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while baseball won the NCAA Atlanta Regional and advanced to a super regional.

 

Nine members of the Tide's SEC Champion softball team came away with the league honor. The men's golf and women's tennis teams both placed six student-athletes on the list. The men's golf team advanced to the 2010 NCAA New Haven Regional, while the women's tennis team finished the season with a national ranking of No. 71.

 

The Tide's SEC Champion women's golf team, which finished a program-high third at the NCAA Championships, placed five student-athletes on the list. The men's tennis team, which qualified for the 2010 NCAA Tournament and finished the season ranked No. 34, rounded out the honorees for Alabama with four.

 

To earn a place on the honor roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.0 or better grade point average for either the preceding academic year or their career and be a sophomore or better in academic standing. The spring list honors those student-athletes that participate in baseball, men's and women's golf, rowing, softball, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's track and field.

 

The Tide had 51 and 55 student-athletes named to the SEC Fall and Winter Academic Honor Rolls, respectively, giving Alabama a total of 207 upperclassmen on the honor roll for the 2009-10 academic year. The league's freshmen will be honored later in the summer.

 

Alabama Members of the 2010 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

Taylor Dugas  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES) 
Brandt Hendricks  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Clay Jones  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Jon Kelton  Baseball  Economics 
David Kindred  Baseball  Management 
Jimmy Nelson  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Josh Rutledge  Baseball  Marketing 
Chris Smelley  Baseball  Finance 
John David Smelser  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Cal Tinlsey  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Jason Townsend  Baseball  Management 
Brett Whitaker  Baseball  Human Performance (HPES)  
Bud Cauley  M. Golf  Undecided 
Hunter Hamrick  M. Golf  Pre-Business 
Lee Knox  M. Golf  Communication Studies 
Hunter Slatton  M. Golf  Accounting 
Scott Strohmeyer  M. Golf  Health Sciences 
Phillip Weaver  M. Golf  Marketing 
Helena Blomberg  W. Golf  General Business 
Courtney Harter  W. Golf  Communication Studies 
Camilla Lennarth  W. Golf  General Studies 
Brooke Pancake  W. Golf  Pre-Business 
Kelley VanDenburg  W. Golf  Secondary Education 
Jessica Allaway  Rowing  Biology 
Jessica Autrey  Rowing  Interdisciplinary 
Erica Baranek  Rowing  Communication Studies 
Helen Barnes  Rowing  Anthropology 
Daniella Barone  Rowing  General Health 
Camille Campbell  Rowing  Psychology 
Chelsea Collins  Rowing  Accounting 
Amelia Houghton  Rowing  Psychology 
Lauren Hovey  Rowing  Marketing 
Kristen Iverson  Rowing  Exercise Science 
Alissa Kranz  Rowing  Marketing 
Sara Leibold  Rowing  Management 
Tacoma Morrissey  Rowing  Geology 
Stacey Ogle  Rowing  Communication Studies 
Bailey Sanders  Rowing  International Studies 
Jessica Scivley  Rowing  English 
Katie Spohr  Rowing  Economics 
Valerie Vargas  Rowing  Exercise Science 
Stephanie Varner  Rowing  Electrical Engineering 
Leigh Waddell  Rowing  Elementary Education 
Cathryn Whitlock  Rowing  Apparel & Textiles 
Sarah Witt  Rowing  Aerospace Engineering 
Veronica Wilson  Rowing  Pre-Business 
Catherine Dozier  Softball  Civil Engineering 
Lisa Elizondo  Softball  American Studies 
Jennifer Fenton  Softball  Elementary Education 
Olivia Gibson  Softball  Human Development 
Whitney Larsen  Softball  Public Relations 
Jazlyn Lunceford  Softball  Exercise Sports 
Charlotte Morgan  Softball  Criminal Justice 
Cassie Reilly-Boccia  Softball  Exercise Science 
Jessica Smith  Softball  Human Performance 
Creighton Blanchard  M. Tennis  General Business 
Richard Doverspike  M. Tennis  Lower Division Marketing 
Saketh Myneni  M. Tennis  Finance & Economics 
Houssam Yassine  M. Tennis  Economics 
Paulina Bigos  W. Tennis  Exercise Science 
Meritt Emery  W. Tennis  Human Dev. & Family St. & Early Childhood Educ. 
Taylor Lindsey  W. Tennis  Exercise Science 
Courtney McLane  W. Tennis  Management 
Alice Tunaru  W. Tennis  Advertising & Psychology 
Tiffany Welcher  W. Tennis  Interdisciplinary 
Nathan Corder  M. Track  Math 
Tyson David  M. Track  General Health 
Austin Duckworth  M. Track  History 
Michael Hughes  M. Track  Master's Business Administration 
Ronald James  M. Track  Criminal Justice 
Joel Lynch  M. Track  Social Work 
David May  M. Track  Management Information Science 
Stephen Payne  M. Track  Math 
Alex Seiver  M. Track  Broadcast News 
Cameron Sherrill  M. Track  Biology 
Brandon Spradley  M. Track  Human Performance 
Matt Watson  M. Track  Elementary Education 
Camilla Armstead  W. Track  Secondary Education-English 
Jessica Carlisle  W. Track  Pre-Medical 
Rue Chitwood  W. Track  Geology 
Audra Frimpong  W. Track  Advertising 
Leigh Gilmore  W. Track  Mechanical Engineering 
Sarah Gilmore  W. Track  Exercise Science/Spanish 
Toni Graham  W. Track  Public Relations 
Jordan Harper  W. Track  Biology 
Meghan Hawkins  W. Track  Nursing 
Brittany Hines  W. Track  Nutrition 
Amethyst Holmes  W. Track  Journalism 
Kelsey Johnson  W. Track  Nutrition 
Kim Laing  W. Track  Communication Studies 
Haley Moody  W. Track  History 
Rachel Robbs  W. Track  Nursing 
Krystle Schade  W. Track  Biology 
Katherine Strickland  W. Track  Nutrition 
Kiara Thompson  W. Track  Interior Design 
Andrea Torske  W. Track  Computer Science 
Sara Vaughn  W. Track  Marine Science 
Jasmine Williams  W. Track  Broadcast News 
Megan Williams  W. Track  Secondary Education-Math 
Elizabeth Wilson  W. Track  Human Performance 
Devon Romero  W. Track  Psychology