Tampa Has 137 Spring Athletes Named to SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll

Tampa Has 137 Spring Athletes Named to SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll

MELBOURNE, Fla. – A record 1,292 student-athletes are named to the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll, announced Tuesday, June 26 by Commissioner Ed Pasque. The University of Tampa placed a total of 137 student-athletes on the list, including 26 with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester.

A total of 235 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester. This spring's numbers break the previous SSC Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll records of 1,142 student-athletes honored and 177 perfect grade-point averages, which were set in 2017.

To be eligible for the Spring SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade -point average of 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Participants in the sports of men's and women's basketball, men's and women's swimming, men's and women's golf, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's lacrosse, women's rowing, baseball, and softball are eligible for the spring honor roll.

Having won 104 Division II National Championships, the SSC's student-athletes have also proven to be successful in the classroom. For the seventh consecutive year, the SSC boasts an Academic Success Rate of 86-percent. The mark ranks first among all NCAA Division II conferences.

Following is a list of UT winter and spring student-athletes who were named to the SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll

Baseball (13) – Cole Aker, Drew Burkhart, Kyle Cotilletta, David Drysdale, Drew Ehrhard, David Lebron, Luke McDonald, Darren Miller, Mark Moclair, Deaven Phillips, Keven Pimentel, Kasey Radke (4.0), Colten Widdows

Men's Basketball (2) – Zach Patterson (4.0), Malik Tunc

Women's Basketball (9) – Aliyah Abney, Marcella Benner (4.0), Emily Eshoo (4.0), Molly Franson, Julia Ingram (4.0), Karma Jeremie (4.0), Morgan Lumb, Faith Sanders, Rachel Warden (4.0)

Men's Golf (2) – Patrick Montagnino, Spencer Olson

Women's Golf (5) – Sofia Cadavid (4.0), Sara DeMarco, Hanna Grevelius, Heather Kipniss, Jess Wild

Men's Lacrosse (20) – Daniel Barrow, George Bradley, Donavon Dempsey, Ross Dickerson, Spencer Eysaman, Adam Getty, Carter Haines (4.0), Kristopher Kahan, Michael Lucchesi, Nicholas Mazza, Noah Menendez (4.0), Luke Posner, Luke Robideaux, Gage Sanders, Connor Scanlin, Cole Stevens, Jack Tyrrell, Hunter Van Horn, Steven Veteri, Matt Vetter

Women's Lacrosse (22) – Sarah Bell (4.0), Abby Coccagna, Rachel Crawford, Graeme Eber, Caroline Forester, Kristin Frizol, Maggie Gladden, Mackenzie Hackett, Garlyn Henderson, Rachel Lacy, Lauren McNeill, Allie Popelar (4.0), Megan Sanchez (4.0), Megan Sengelmann, Taylor Sisk, Natalie Spanhake, Emily Stevenson, Bridget Sutter, Claire Swanson, Carly Vaccaro, Mallary Weinsz, Kylie Yang

Rowing (20) – Cassie Bricker, Allison Colaianni, Maddie Davidoff, Maxie-Lew Dunn, Daniela Espinosa (4.0), Abbey Grau, Erin Hanson (4.0), Marissa Henderson (4.0), Abbie Heupel, Amanda Lavoie, Danielle Menchen, Emily Moreira (4.0), Natasha Nichols, Kaylee Robertson, Samantha Stewart, Hannah Townsend, Kali Trimmer, Hanna Vernetti (4.0), Lana Way, Gianna Wyman

Softball (10) – Kailee Clark, Cristina Clauberg, Sahrina Cortes, Rachael Foote, Samantha Kaye (4.0), Erica Matich, Lauren Pascoe, Emily Proffitt, Breanna Taphouse (4.0), Alex Walton

Men's Swimming (13) – Kellen Broaderick (4.0), Mauricio Calderon, Marc Caron, Daniel Jacob, Youssef Khowessah, Luke Maxwell, Victor Philaire (4.0), Tommy Reminger, Dominic Russo, Brett Saunders, Austin Simpson, Finn Slattery, Stefano Vrolijk

Women's Swimming (17) – Makayla Ayers, Brittany Bayes, Katie Bayes, Jessica Blanchard, Tori Brierley, Page Fox, Victoria Horsman, Ali Lombardi, Sophie Long, Sarah Mandis, Chelsea Miller, Maureen Moore (4.0), Emily Pfeifer, Francesca Rusca (4.0), McKenzie Street, Megan Waddell, Hana van Loock (4.0)

Tennis (4) – Vanina Iordanova (4.0), Caroline Lozo, Lilley Nice, Gianna Pinasco

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