GREENWOOD – Lander University placed 168 student-athletes on the 2018-19 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll, the PBC office announced today.
To be eligible for the PBC Presidential Honor Roll, a student-athletes must achieve at least a 3.0 grade point average (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 –Ward Betts, Bailey Connell, Fraser Ellard, Roury Glanton, Robbie Hoyt, Bo Richey, Marshall Thompson; Men's Basketball - Codrin Cobzaru; Women's Basketball - Sarah Crews; Men's Cross Country - Turner Kirby, Fergus O'Rourke, Trent Powers; Women's Cross Country - Katie Abare, Maria Coletti, Sarah Trotter; Softball – Jace Bennefield, Chandler Carey, Ashly Costello, Delaney Guerrero, Jamie Pisel, Brianna Surrento; Men's Golf – Garrett Atkinson, Roberto Garagorri, Connor Patterson; Women's Golf – Tatum Warr; Men's Soccer – Alexandre Ballish Regueiro, Alexandre Cox-Ashwood, Corentin Da-Mutten, Cole Hunter, George Knight, Luke Narker, Matthew Ridley, Jordan Skelton, Daniel Sonnderstedt; Men's Tennis – Gabriel Balestero, Nicolas Chan, Eirik Groner, Tommaso Rossin; Women's Soccer – Katie Arthur, Hannah Cowan, Emily Jermstad, Chloe Le Franc, Jana Magee, Brennan McCarthy, Lauren Shuba, Hannah Sinner, Macy Sinner, Brianna Taylor, Juliette Vidal, Courtney Weber; Volleyball – Elle Choate, Nell Copeland, Sadie Davis, Reilly Kuenstler.
SILVER SCHOLARS (3.5-3.74 GPA)
Baseball – Mike Fitschen, Ryan Flores, Brice Kirven, Alex Moore, Carson Schlegal, Joseph Whitt; Men's Basketball – Elijah Alston, Jamarius Hairston, Scott Harvey, T.J. Knight; Women's Basketball – Tabitha Dailey, Quin'De'Ja Hamilton, Jessica Harris, Abbriana Washington; Softball – Lexi Griffin, Sydney Grimes, Abby Harris, Leah Higginbotham, Kasey Rogers, Bridgett Tierney, Ashley Vinson; Men's Golf – Braydon Evans; Women's Golf – Caroline Hardee; Men's Soccer – Jose Eduardo Bomfim, Oliver Brock, Thibault Chretien, Kyle Ferguson, Sia Jamedar, Lars Kveseth, Michael Leach; Men's Tennis – Philippe Courteau, Gabriel Couto, Liam Roos; Women's Tennis – Nelli Lius; Women's Soccer – Devin Duhme, Kylee Eppl, Paige Kaiser, McKenzy Long, Sarah Owen; Volleyball – Bree-Kennedy Kelly, Boo Luther.
BRONZE SCHOLARS (3.25-3.49 GPA)
Baseball – Vincent Addona, Nick Clary, Landon Dupert, Bryce Jackson, Chris Oakley, Nathan Schreckengost, Ryan Troutman, Colton Yeager; Men's Basketball – Chris Washington; Women's Basketball – Amiaya Melvins, Miriam Recarte; Women's Cross Country – Amanda Shackleton; Softball – Madison Ackerman, Lauren Collie, Logan Leverette; Men's Golf – Charlie Farrell, Matthew Griego; Women's Golf – Hannah Fesperman; Men's Soccer – Brice Baillet, Isaiah Daley, Oakley Hanger, Carlos Crusat Lopez, Julian Sidletsky; Men's Tennis – Ozan Cildir, Luis Salcedo, Aly Zaghloul; Women's Tennis – Eduarda Ferriera, Manasi Ramadani, Lucia Ric; Women's Soccer – MacKenzie Yandle; Volleyball – Emma Efird, Megan Faris, Hannah Hritz, Kaitlyn Krafka, Madilyn Reed, Kyra Roos.
PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS (3.0-3.24 GPA)
Baseball – Peter Bocchino, Carson Jones, Drew Luckey, Praise Thorsen, Justin Walker; Men's Basketball – Ethan Parton, Rahu Purdie, Darius Rhodes; Men's Cross Country – Josh Chapman, Chase Couch; Women's Cross Country – Kara Love; Men's Golf – Gabe Kelly; Men's Soccer – Richard Bryan, Noe Cabellero, Joe Conway, Kyle Newbegin, Sinclaire Sandy, Grant Wagner, Jacob Withers, Robbie Young; Men's Tennis – Axel Cronje, Thomas De Negri, Adam Elliget; Women's Tennis – Lindsey Wiggins; Women's Soccer – Kaitlyn Anderson, Bekah Grant, Victoria Lange, Katie Newton, Tesa Simmons; Volleyball – Hannah McManus.