HPU Tops Big South Presidential Honor Roll Standings

Posted by Press Release on November 10, 2015 at 4:28 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

HIGH POINT, N.C. – A league-best 68 percent of High Point University student-athletes have been named to the 2014-15 Big South Presidential Honor Roll, the conference office announced this past week.

A total of 170 HPU student-athletes earned presidential honor roll accolades. The 68.55 percentage ranked HPU No. 1 in the conference, followed by UNC Asheville (68.33), Gardner-Webb (64.49), Winthrop (64.31) and Longwood (60.82).

To qualify for the Big South Presidential Honor Roll, a student-athlete must carry a cumulative 3.0 GPA for the full academic year (2014-15).

The list does not include the men’s lacrosse program, which is a member of the Southern Conference. A total of 28 members of the team were named to the SoCon Honor Roll, released on June 22.

Big South Presidential Honor Roll Rankings
1. High Point (68.55)
2. UNC Asheville (68.33)
3. Gardner-Webb (64.49)
4. Winthrop (64.31)
5. Longwood (60.82)
* Note: 9 of 11 Big South schools had at least 50 percent of their student-athletes qualify for the honor roll

Full List of HPU Big South Presidential Honor Roll Qualifiers
Baseball
Spencer Angelis
Tyler Britton
Bailey Brown
Spencer Brown
Chris Clare
Blake Clift
Dominic Fazio
Tony Fortier-Benson
Carson Jackson
Jace Herrera
Hunter Lee
Conor Lourey
Tim Mansfield
Dane McDermott
John McGillicuddy
Will Resnik
Peter Ripke
Cameron Scott
Cas Silber
Brenden Sires-Rivera
Zach Vandergrift

Men’s Basketball
Brian Richardson
Austin White

Women’s Basketball
Kennedy Currie
Hunter Fleming
Kat Harris
Lydia Harvey
DeAnneisha Jackson
Kaylah Keys
Latrice Phelps
Stacia Robertson
Abby Tinsley
Katie Vincent
Teddy Vincent

Men’s Golf
Connor Alexander
Tommy Dillon
LJ Georgetti
Alex Hefner
AJ Hopkins
Pureun Kim
Emile Menard
Jack Sides
Alex Thompson
McKay Tye

Women’s Golf
Grier Bennett
Tan Cheeranont
Danielle Fuss
Casey Ward

Women’s Lacrosse
Abby Berrettone
Samantha Brown
Kasey Callaway
Natalie Devine
Tori Dunster
Allie Foard
Kendyl Gardner
Erin Ilchuk
Michele Johnson
Emily Meier
Amanda Mozier
Clara Osmont
Stephanie Pazulski
Erica Perrotta
Darla Poulin
Emilie Pugliese
Kristina Renner
Brooke Stevens

Men’s Soccer
Saad Acheampong
Michael Cusack
Kevin Fallet
Cameron Foster
LoLo Lauture
Sonny Mukungu
Kody Palmer
David Price
Chris Ramsell
Poli Rodriguez
Pat Shelton
Brandon Sloan
Adam Storm
Collin Sweeney
Yosef Teffera
Jonathan Ware
Colscon Wiley
Austin Yearwood

Women’s Soccer
Bailey Beattie
Meghan Beidelman
Amy Burch
Courtney Butterfass
Meredith Dunker
Lindsay Elsen
Kai-Lin Hernandez
Claire Kelly
Jacky Kessler
Madi Lawrence
Alise LeCompte
Becca Lisson
Paige Lloyd
Jenny Marshall
Aley Kate McKinley
Michele Micciche
Kelsey Perrell
Alex Persiani
Jess Potts
Annie Redovian
Becca Rolfe
Taylor Romano
Paige Rombach
Sarah Sermonet
Hannah Smith
Becca Sweredoski
Taylor Thompson

Men’s Track & Field/XC
Reece Ayers
Harris Coley
Adam DeVito
Tristan Faure
Paddy Grandinali
Matt Hollis
James House
Andrew Kuras
Jeff LaCoste
Austin Miller
Will Narramore
Paul O’Donoghue
Benji Szalai
Vinny Todaro
Todd Uckermark
Nick Williams
Jim Wilson

Women’s Track & Field/XC
Katie Benavente
Lauren Blackwell
Sarah Bode
Erika Bridges
Mikaela Campbell
Alyn Carr
Haley Cianfarini
Emily De Lena
Madison Depner
Sarah Dorrell
Katie Farina
Emily Fischer
Amanda Gregory
Catelyn Griffin
Erica Herrmann
Ashton Kirby
Sara Katherine Kirkpatrick
Lilla Lorand
Alyssa Palenchar
Erika Peoples
Veronia Peskosky
Christine Rickert
Ashlynn Schiro
Jamie Schnuck
Lindsey Siska
CeAnna Soper
Kasey Spence
Mackenzie Vermette
Lona Williams
Leah Anne Wirfel
Julia Zautcke

Volleyball
Savannah Angel
Haley Barnes
Chelsea Blanford
Annemarie Chin
Wavie Chin
Chelsea Davis
Camryn Freiberg
Greta Griswold
Kristin Heldt
Carly Jimenez
Amy Pilat
Katie Vincent


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