GREENWOOD – Lander University placed 144 student-athletes on the 2017-18 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll it was announced today by the PBC office. The Presidential Honor Roll recognized 1,473 student-athletes among the 12 PBC member institutions who had a GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) for the academic year.
The honor roll is divided into four groups: Presidential Scholars (3.0-3.24 GPA), Bronze Scholars (3.25-3.49), Silver Scholars (3.5-3.74) and Gold Scholars (3.75-4.0).
GOLD SCHOLARS (3.75-4.0 GPA)
Baseball – Vincent Addona, Jacob Childress, Fraser Ellard, Mike Fitschen, Robbie Hoyt, Brice Kirven, Bo Richey, Marshall Thompson, Cole Weaver; Men's Basketball – Codrin Cobzaru, Nicklas Jonsson, Garrett Lozier; Men's Cross Country – Turner Kirby, Dylan Scott; Women's Cross Country – Brooke Trotter; Men's Golf – Braydon Evans, Roberto Garagorri; Men's Soccer – Colin Andersen, Dean Cowdroy, Corentin Da Mutten; Women's Soccer – Hannah Cowan, Shannon DeSantis, Marie Drewno, Sara Flores, Chloe Le Franc, McKenzy Long, Hannah Martin, Macy Sinner, Brianna Taylor, Juliette Vidal; Softball; Sydney Grimes, Abby Harris, Molly McNulty; Men's Tennis – Gabriel Balestero, Eirik Groner, David Korsten, Tommaso Rossin; Volleyball – Reyonia Whipple; Women's Tennis – Manasi Ramadani.
SILVER SCHOLARS (3.5-3.74 GPA)
Baseball – Bailey Connell, Ryan Flores, Sam Linn, Alex Moore, Carson Schlegel, Chris Sheehan, Zeke Stephens, Ryan Troutman, Colton Yeager; Women's Basketball – Jessica Harris, Breshay Johnson, Zuzana Talackova; Women's Cross Country – Naila McConnell, Amanda Shackleton; Men's Soccer – Caleb Fenner, Ian Foulger, Alex Garner, Sia Jamedar, Michael Leach, Sam Lofts, George Rose, Jordan Skelton; Women's Soccer – Devin Duhme, Kari George, Victoria Lange, Antonella Monrreal, Hannah Sinner; Softball – Chandler Carey, McKenzi Ferguson, Hannah Newton, Jamie Pisel, Kasey Rogers, Halie Sorrow, Brianna Surrento; Men's Tennis – Axel Cronje, Fergus O'Rourke, Alexander Regner, Liam Roos, Luis Salcedo; Volleyball – Nell Copeland; Women's Tennis – Caroline Yodice.
BRONZE SCHOLARS (3.25-3.49 GPA)
Baseball – Alec Dowell, Nick Clary, Tyler Lala; Men's Basketball – Srdjan Ivic, Rahu Purdie, Sergio Smith; Women's Basketball – Mylea McKenith; Men's Golf – Garrett Atkinson; Men's Soccer – Matt Albertson, Tyler Bolton, Richard Bryan, Alexandre Cox-Ashwood, Jordan Lewis, Luke Narker, Danny Shanahan; Women's Soccer – Kylee Eppl, Emily Jermstad, Brennan McCarthy; Softball – Lexi Griffin, Katie Painter; Men's Tennis – Philippe Courteau, Gabriel Couto, Omar El-Moslemany; Volleyball – Hannah Hritz, Reilly Kuenstler, Kirstin Martindale, Sophia Perkins; Women's Tennis – Nelli Lius, Lucia Ric, Isabella Schulz.
PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS (3.0-3.24 GPA)
Baseball – JD Cook, Conner Davis, Erik Holton, Carson Jones, Nathan Schreckengost, Praise Thorsen, Joseph Whitt; Women's Basketball – Tabitha Dailey, Chelsea Mitchell; Men's Cross Country – Josh Chapman; Men's Golf – James Bartlett, Michael Brodie; Men's Soccer – Joshua Belk, Oliver Brock, Ross Catley-Davies, Thibault Chretien, Nick Leonard, Jamie Lunn, Sinclaire Sandy, Daniel Sonnerstedt, Robbie Young; Women's Soccer – Rachel Kibler, Logan Lewis, Lauren Shuba; Softball – Jace Bennefield, Ashley Vinson; Men's Tennis – Ozan Cildir, Aly Zaghloul; Volleyball – Imari Ashley, Emma Efird, Megan Faris, Maddie Naal; Women's Tennis – Eduarda Ferreira, Lindsey Wiggins.