Student and Academic Life

UK Places 60 on SEC Fall Sports Academic Honor Roll

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 11, 2019) – Sixty University of Kentucky student-athletes were named to the 2018 Fall Sports Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, announced Feb. 7 by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.

The 2018 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll includes the sports of cross country, football, soccer and volleyball. It is based on grades from the 2018 spring, summer and fall terms. UK had four representatives from men’s cross country, three from women’s cross country, 23 from football, nine from men’s soccer, 11 from women’s soccer and 10 from volleyball.  Among other qualifications, a student-athlete must have a 3.0 grade-point average for the preceding academic year or a cumulative 3.0 GPA.

In addition to the academic success, Kentucky teams also had success on the fields of competition in the fall, highlighted by conference championships in men’s soccer and volleyball, along with a 10-win season and VRBO Citrus Bowl championship by the football team.

2018 FALL SEC HONOR ROLL

Student-athlete – Sport – Major

Cole Dowdy – M Cross Country – Biology

Tanner Dowdy – M Cross Country – Political Science

Kendall Muhammad – M Cross Country – Human Health Sciences

Benjamin Young – M Cross Country – Mathematical Economics

Brooke Nohilly – W Cross Country – Family Sciences

Madisyn Peeples – W Cross Country – Elementary Education

Caitlin Shepard – W Cross Country – Nursing

Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald – Football – Communication

Elijah Barnett – Football – Communication

Brayden Berezowitz – Football – Finance

Bryan Berezowitz – Football – Finance

Blake Best – Football – Finance

David Bouvier – Football – Kinesiology

Miles Butler – Football – Finance

C.J. Conrad – Football – Communication

Jonathan Daido – Football – Political Science

Luke Fortner – Football – Mechanical Engineering

Colin Goodfellow – Football – Nursing

Jordan Griffin – Football – Community and Leadership Development

Grant McKinniss – Football – Psychology

William Nalty – Football – Business Management

Josh Paschal – Football – Family Sciences

Matthew Ruffolo – Football – Finance

Drew Schlegel – Football – Finance

Brett Slusher – Football – Marketing

Donald Smith – Football – Finance

Logan Stenberg – Football – Integrated Strategic Communication

Clevan Thomas – Football – Community and Leadership Development

Mason Wolfe – Football – Sociology

Tristan Yeomans – Football – Finance

Enrique Facusse – M Soccer – Business Management

Jackson Hawthorne – M Soccer – Communication

Luis Hernandez – M Soccer – Computer Science

Tanner Hummel – M Soccer – Community and Leadership Development

Leon Jones – M Soccer – Chemical Engineering

Aime Mabika – M Soccer – English

Keyarash Namjoupanah – M Soccer – Business Management

Bailey Rouse – M Soccer – Civil Engineering

Samuel Stockton – M Soccer – Accounting

Payton Atkins – W Soccer – Human Nutrition

Marissa Bosco – W Soccer – Journalism

Gina Crosetti – W Soccer – Integrated Strategic Communication

Taya Edwards – W Soccer – Nursing

Julia Grosso – W Soccer – Kinesiology

Foster Ignoffo – W Soccer – Elementary Education

Yuuka Kurosaki – W Soccer – Kinesiology

Caroline Newland – W Soccer – Nursing

Tanya Samarzich – W Soccer – Family Sciences

Evangeline Soucie – W Soccer – Kinesiology

Lamaya Williams – W Soccer – Marketing

Caitlyn Cooper – Volleyball – Family Sciences

Gabrielle Curry – Volleyball – Business Management

Leah Edmond – Volleyball – Elementary Education

Merideth Jewell – Volleyball – Integrated Strategic Communication

Madison Lilley – Volleyball – Integrated Strategic Communication

Anna Nyberg – Volleyball – Integrated Strategic Communication

Kendyl Paris – Volleyball – Kinesiology

Kylie Schmaltz – Volleyball – Marketing

Avery Skinner – Volleyball – Communication Sciences and Disorders

McKenzie Watson – Volleyball – Integrated Strategic Communication

 

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