65 GSW student-athletes named to PBC Presidential Honor Roll

65 GSW student-athletes named to PBC Presidential Honor Roll

Women's soccer at the top with 13 honorees 

AMERICUS - The Peach Belt Conference has announced that 1,058 student-athletes have been named to the Presidential Honor Roll with a total of 65 Georgia Southwestern student-athletes earning the honor in 2010-11, a five percent increase for GSW from last year's total.  

The Lady Hurricanes women's soccer team placed the greatest number of student-athletes on the list with 13. GSW softball had 11 members recognized. Baseball and men's soccer followed with nine apiece.

The Presidential Honor Roll recognizes all student-athletes at the 13 PBC member institutions who had a GPA of 3.0 or higher for the academic year.

The honor roll has been divided into four groups: Presidential Scholars, Bronze Scholars, Silver Scholars and Gold Scholars. All student-athletes with a GPA from 3.0 to 3.24 are Presidential Scholars while Bronze Scholars are 3.25 to 3.49; Silver 3.50 to 3.74 and Gold Scholars are those with a 3.75 to 4.00.

Listed below is the complete list of GSW academic honorees in the 2010-11 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll:

Gold Scholars (8) : Christopher Eastwood (Men’s Tennis), Jared Allen (Baseball), Kevin Huett (Men’s Soccer), Matthew Vansant (Men’s Tennis), Mollie McGowan (Women’s Tennis & Cross Country), Katie Mueller (Softball & Soccer), Stephen Moore (Men’s Tennis), Sylvia Elkins (Women’s Basketball)

Silver Scholars (13) : Brooke Anglin (Women’s Tennis), Jessica Bivins (Women’s Basketball), Gabby Buck (Softball & Soccer), Allyson Canganelli (Women’s Soccer), Tyler Daniel (Baseball), Erik Haygood (Men’s Soccer), Cade Jones (Men’s Soccer), Jody Sellars (Baseball), Cayla Smith (Softball), Jennifer Starvetsky (Women’s Soccer), Jarrod Taylor (Baseball), Melinda Vansant (Women’s Tennis), Ethan Vick (Men’s Soccer)

Bronze Scholars (21) : Leigh Adams (Women’s Tennis), Courtney Allison (Women’s Soccer), Tom Andre (Men’s Soccer), Kacey Barnard (Men’s Soccer), Thomas Cangelosi (Men’s Tennis), Holly Craig (Women’s Tennis), Leady Cuellar (Women’s Tennis & Cross Country), Anna Dankewich (Softball), Nichole Griffin (Softball), Katie Maddox (Softball), Evan Mobley (Men’s Basketball), Charles Pennington (Men’s Golf), Jonneshia Pineda (Women’s Basketball), Victor Pinones (Men’s Tennis), Morgan Plasse (Women’s Soccer), David Porley (Men’s Soccer), Gracie Preston (Women’s Soccer), Jessica Rigdon (Women’s Tennis), Cayla Smith (Softball), Erin Vick (Softball), Heath Lock (Baseball)

Presidential Scholars (23) : Kalie Douberly (Women’s Tennis), Andrew Anderson (Baseball), Les Cromer (Baseball), John Duran (Baseball), Stephen Gaylor (Baseball), Amanda Canganelli (Women’s Soccer), Nicole Hudson (Women’s Soccer), Courtney Simpson (Women’s Soccer), Cheryl Sloggy (Women’s Soccer), Hanah Swinson (Women’s Soccer), Meghan Ward (Women’s Soccer), Matt Mendell (Men’s Basketball), Ryan Bartz (Men’s Tennis), Adrian Knight (Men’s Tennis), Lyndi Duff (Softball), Tiffany Milstid (Softball), Katie Wooten (Softball), John Wilson Gordon (Men’s Golf), Reese Moseley (Men’s Golf), Luke Halpin (Men’s Soccer), Michael Morgan (Men’s Soccer), Becky Atkins (Women’s Cross Country), Terra Branch (Women’s Basketball)