Courtesy of SoConSports.com
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (Dec. 15, 2014) – Thirty-one ETSU student-athletes earned spots on the Fall 2014 Academic All-Southern Conference Team, the league office announced Monday.
Each of the SoCon’s 10 institutions had at least nine honorees, representing the sports of men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball. In all, 289 student-athletes earned academic all-league honors.
"We are very proud of our student-athletes and the hard work and focus they put forth in the classroom," Charvi Greer, ETSU Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services, said. "With it being our first year back in the Southern Conference, we were excited to see how we compared to the other member institutions."
ETSU's Briana Allmon (Flower Mound, Texas) and Adam Chase (Kingsport, Tenn.) were among 19 Southern Conference student-athletes to have mainted perfect 4.0 cumulative grade point averages. The 19 perfect GPAs were just two shy of the SoCon’s fall record, set last season, when there were 11 schools in the league.
To be eligible for the academic all-conference team, student-athletes must have carried at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA entering the fall season and were required to compete in at least one-half of their teams’ competitions during the recently concluded fall campaign. In addition, the student-athletes must have successfully completed at least 24 credit hours in the previous two semesters.
|Adam Chase||Men's Cross Country||4.00||Statistics|
|James Miller||Men's Cross Country||3.36||Exercise Science|
|Simeon Roberts||Men's Cross County||3.58||Mathematics|
|Matthew Warriner||Men's Cross Country||3.60||Exercise Science|
|Carmen Hilliard||Women's Cross Country||3.47||Exercise Science|
|Victoria Hutchens||Women's Cross Country||3.50||Exercise Science|
|Daniel Adelman||Men's Soccer||3.34||Business|
|Warren Austin||Men's Soccer||3.77||Exercise Science|
|Thibault Civalier||Men's Soccer||3.71||Business|
|Nick Muth||Men's Soccer||3.71||Exercise Science|
|Henrique Novaes||Men's Soccer||3.58||Economics|
|Jeremy Saad||Men's Soccer||3.67||Exercise Science|
|Anthony Wojas||Men's Soccer||3.60||Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Kristi Davis||Women's Soccer||3.33||Cardiopulmonary Science|
|Jasmine Elliott||Women's Soccer||3.51||Exercise Science|
|Emilee Engelhaupt||Women's Soccer||3.81||Chemistry & Biology|
|Ellis Parsons||Women's Soccer||3.66||Chemistry|
|Alexa Passingham||Women's Soccer||3.69||Exercise Science|
|Summer Peterson||Women's Soccer||3.67||Cardiopulmonary Science|
|Cecilia Re||Women's Soccer||3.48||Exercise Science|
|Thomai Vardali||Women's Soccer||3.32||Exercise Science|
|Sarah Zadrazil||Women's Soccer||3.57||Exercise Science|
|Kristen Favre||Volleyball||3.84||Exercise Science|
|Meredith Hardy||Volleyball||3.88||Exercise Science|
|Katie Muey||Volleyball||3.66||Early Childhood Development|
|Ivey Rice||Volleyball||3.91||Engineering Technology|
|Renzey Rice||Volleyball||3.85||Engineering Technology|