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55 Eckerd Student-Athletes Named to SSC Commissioner's Spring 2012 Honor Roll

posted on 06/28/2012

By Ben Schlesselman, Sports Information Director
Originally posted on Eckerd College Athletics website

A total of 55 Eckerd College student-athletes were officially named to the Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll for the Spring 2012 semester.

Overall, 799 student-athletes from the league's nine institutions received the academic distinction for the Spring 2012 semester, while 110 individuals carried a perfect 4.00 GPA for the semester.

After an impressive 28 Eckerd student-athletes (over 42 percent) earned the academic honor following the fall, an even better near-50 percent earned the distinction spanning the spring (55 of 112 at 49 percent).

A total of 83 student-athletes landed on the SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll spanning the 2012-13 academic year.

Eckerd's Mara Shingleton (women's golf), Christine Hammerschmidt (women's tennis) and Hanna Segal (women's tennis), all carried perfect 4.00 GPA's for the spring semester.

To be eligible for the Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade point average of 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Participants in EC's sports of men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, men's and women's golf and men's and women's tennis, were eligible for the honor roll.

The Tritons' softball program had 12 student-athletes make the list for the spring, an additional 10 from baseball also qualified, while the golf, tennis and basketball programs, each had a combined 11 selections.

Eckerd College SSC Commissioner's Spring 2012 Honor Roll
55 Eckerd College Student Athletes

Mike Abraham, Business Administration
Dan Capra, Business Administration
Eric Foster, History
Bryant Gibson, Management
Johnny Lancaster, Management
Anthony Pucci, Management
Matt Ramsey, Computer Science/Business Administration
Aaron Shapiro, Management
Lee Spinelle, Management
Jake Wilder, Management

Men's Basketball
Alex Bodney, Business Administration
Nemo Rmus, Biology
Wayne Sears, Jr., Management
Dino Tabakovic, International Business/Management
Woody Taylor, International Business

Women's Basketball
Kayla Bowlin, Biology
Amy Buccilla, Human Development
Danielle Evers, Undeclared
Emilie Hesseldal, Human Development
Linsey Niles, Biology
Kati Rausberg, International Business/Management

Men's Golf
Callum Georgallides, Mathematics/Economics
Keith Haines, Management/History
Paul Henderson, Economics
Curtis Lahey, Business Administration
Greg Reilly, Creative Writing/Journalism
Michael Yaeger, Business Administration

Women's Golf
Christina Brewster, Business Administration
Whitney Edwards, Marine Science
Georgia Gordon, Physics
Mara Shingleton, International Relations/Global Affairs
Jenee Vanderstyne, Management

Sarah Agnew, Sociology
Kayla Anders, Marine Science
Whitney Bernier, Literature
Ashleigh Bynum, Biology
Kaitlyn Dougherty, International Business
Sabrina Lolo, Communication
Logan Rohrbach, Marine Science
Alex Sasso, Marine Science
Jessica Sudler, Anthropology/International Relations
Nicole Warder, Psychology/East Asian Studies
Emily Wiemken, Psychology
Nazley Wilson, Business Administration

Men's Tennis
Brian Hill, History/Political Science
Connor Ohlsen, Biology
Dylan Randazzo, Marine Science

Women's Tennis
Taylor Bullock, Communication
Erika Fridrik, Marine Science/Management
Christine Hammerschmidt, Psychology
Manon Ironside, Psychology/Spanish
Stephanie Jenks, Creative Writing/Literature
Amy Naula, Communication/Psychology
Hanna Segal, Management/Communication
Carson Trapp, Human Development

Having won 78 national championships since the league was founded in 1975, the SSC's student-athletes have also proven to be successful in the classroom. The NCAA recently announced that, for the fourth consecutive year, the Sunshine State Conference led all 22 Division II conferences with an Academic Success Rate of 86 percent.

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