Trojan student-athletes make splash on Presidential Honor Roll
By From staff reports
Published in Sports on July 21, 2010 1:46 PM
HIGH POINT -- A whopping 140 student-athletes in 17 sports at Mount Olive College earned spots on the 2010 Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Honor Roll.
Conference Carolinas continues to emphasize "Academics and Athletics Working Together" as each school strives to grow their Presidential Honor Roll each and every year. To receive the honor, student-athletes must achieve at least a 3.0 grade-point average at their school for the previous semester, and participate in either a conference or non-conference sponsored sport.
The student-athlete must attend school for at least two full-time semesters.
The Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll is awarded twice a year, covering each of the fall and spring academic semesters, and is based on meeting criteria at the end of the previous semester. Pfeiffer University led the 11-team league with 168 student-athletes represented on the Spring Honor Roll.
Lindsey Frederick, an Eastern Wayne grad, earned Honor Roll status on the women's tennis team at Barton College. Sam Frazer, a senior at St. Andrews and Eastern Wayne grad, garnered Honor Roll accolades for women's soccer.
Here are the MOC students:
* Baseball -- Craig Beasley, Mike Beattie, Crawford Bolton, Carter Capps, Daniel Coffey, David Combs, Jordan Corbett, Christopher Ellis, Ryan Faison, Jeremy Hall, Daniel Hayduk, Brent Haynes, Kyle Hinrichs, Chris Hinton, Wesley Joyner, Michael Knox, Jesse Lancaster, Sean Lydon, Thomas Newsome, Tyler Smith, Airlon Vinson and Ryan Williams.
* Men's basketball -- Kason Cheeks, Trenten Dunn, Kendrick Easley, Justin Foskey, Craig Hayes, Trevor Holloway, Ramy Mahfouz, Aleks Mitrovic and Carley Moore.
* Men's cross country -- Dorian Chadwick, Ian Hodges, Paul Hoffman, Marc Holaday, Cort McCombs and Kevin Ryan.
* Men's golf -- Martin Brekko, Kyle Ham, Clark Rose, Oscar Santamarina and Matthew Simpson.
* Men's soccer -- Frank Boateng, Adrian Daniels, Wayne Fluellen, Tyler Jameson, Chris McClaugherty, Kirk Peterson, Jose Rodriguez, Zach Scott and Stan Smith.
* Men's tennis -- Thiago Dualiby, Brevan Hewett, Diogo Miranda, Alexandre Queiros and Diogo Sender.
* Men's track and field -- Joseph Murphy, Sebastian Jackson, Chadwick, Hodges, Hoffman, Holaday, McCombs and Ryan.
* Men's volleyball -- Daniel Arnold, Tim Ebbecke, Noel Garcia, Camilo Guerci, Alex Hoekstra, Adam Miracle, Sean Moye, Christiaan Rombaut, Giora Sela and Alex Vazquez.
* Cheerleading -- Chadwick, Elizabeth Twigg.
* Women's basketball -- Simone Bland, Bridgette Briggs, Laporsha Davis, Shequanta McGee, Brittany Miller, Destinee Webb and Jasmine Whitby.
* Women's cross country -- Rocio Alvarado, Megan Jones and Nikolette Lucas.
* Women's golf -- Tegan Skirpstas.
* Women's soccer -- Cassandra Blair, Patrice Clarke, Lauren Condon, Felicia Dracz, Autumn Ewald, Jennifer Floyd, Rebecca Hecke, Mary Knepp, Savannah Kosik, Carly Lavallee, Erynn Marino, Lyndsey McIntyre, Cara Paxson, Caroline Smith, Jessica Smoot, Lindsey Stanley, Brittany Thurlow and Samantha Weiss.
* Softball -- Kelly Bowen, Alyssa Bradshaw, Ana Cooke, Allison Czerski, Lauren Darden, Katheryn Devenuto, Amanda Hensley, Rebekah McDaniel, Kelly Minshew, Danielle Mitchell, Anna Munizza, Katherine Nalley, Sarah Saunders, Ericka Taylor and Kristin Ware.
* Women's tennis -- Camila Kurebayashi, Sofia Medeiros, Jessica Souza and Pietra Viana.
* Women's track and field -- Alvarado, Tahara Epps, Denise Harrison, Hecke, Jones, Lucas, Destiny Ma'ave-Kuewa, Wislande Maxy and Samantha Weiss.
* Women's volleyball -- Briggs, Ma'ave-Kuewa, Brooke Norris, Kailey Preece, Whitney Quinn, Alexandria Simon and Caitlin Skislak.
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