Gators Place 99 on SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

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The University of Florida placed 99 student-athletes on the 2018 Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, announced today by league commissioner Greg Sankey.

The 2018 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2017-18 summer, fall and spring terms.

Florida’s SEC title men’s and women’s track & field teams placed 26 and 20, respectively, on the Academic Honor Roll. The SEC champion softball and baseball teams placed nine and 12 student-athletes, respectively, on the list. The Gator lacrosse team, which swept the Big EAST regular season and tournament titles, saw 17 earn a spot on Academic Honor Roll. Both golf teams and women’s tennis each placed three on the list, while men’s tennis was represented by six players.

Two Gators turned in 4.0 grade point averages for the 2017-18 academic year – Samuel Ahrenholz (Men’s Track & Field) and Josie Kuhlman (Women’s Tennis). Kuhlman, who owns a cumulative 4.0 GPA, received the SEC Scholar-Athlete Award for women’s tennis at the league tournament in April. Junior Anders Eriksson shared track’s SEC Scholar-Athlete Award with Mississippi State’s Nicolas Quijera. Kuhlman and Eriksson each were named to Google Cloud Academic All-America teams earlier this month.

To be recognized to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, each student-athlete must 1) have a GPA of 3.00 for either the preceding academic year or have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; 2) be on scholarship, a letterwinner or have participated on a varsity team for two years if non-scholarship; 3) have completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial credit at the nominating institution; and 4) have been a member of the varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment.

University of Florida
Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll Recipients – Spring

Spring Academic Honor Roll.xlsx

NameSportMajor
Keenan BellBaseballFood & Resource Economics
Tyler DysonBaseballSport Management
Nick HorvathBaseballFamily, Youth & Community Sciences
Jackson KowarBaseballFood & Resource Economics
Austin LangworthyBaseballFamily, Youth & Community Sciences
Nelson MaldonadoBaseballAnthropology
Cole MayeBaseballBusiness Administration
Kirby McMullenBaseballFood & Resource Economics
Garrett MilchinBaseballEconomics
Blake ReeseBaseballForest Resources & Conservation
JJ SchwarzBaseballSociology
Brady SingerBaseballReligion
Ryan CelanoMen's GolfAdvertising
Gordon NealeMen's GolfEconomics
Alejandro TostiMen's GolfSpanish
Elin EsbornWomen's GolfExploring Social & Behavioral Sciences
Carlotta RicolfiWomen's GolfBusiness Administration
Taylor TomlinsonWomen's GolfBusiness Administration
Jillian AlonsoLacrosseSociology
Caroline BenitezLacrosseEconomics
Lexi BoltonLacrosseManagement
Madi HallLacrosseAdvertising
Katharine HamerLacrosseSustainability & The Built Environment
Brianna HarrisLacrosseMathematics
Haley HicklenLacrosseSustainability & The Built Environment
Kenzii KittellLacrosseBiology
Madisyn KittellLacrosseSport Management
Bridget KnowlesLacrosseEconomics
Alix LopezLacrosseSociology
Caroline MayLacrosseHealth Education & Behavior
Alexandra PavinelliLacrosseHealth Education & Behavior
Sydney PirrecaLacrosseLinguistics
Lindsey RonbeckLacrosseEnglish
Jordan StevensLacrosseAdvertising
Cara TrombettaLacrosseBiology
Kelly BarnhillSoftballPublic Relations
Katie ChronisterSoftballSport Management
Nicole DeWittSoftballFamily, Youth & Community Sciences
Kayli KvistadSoftballCommunication Sciences & Disorders
Amanda LorenzSoftballSport Management
Lilly MannSoftballHealth Education & Behavior
Theresa SwertfagerSoftballElementary Education
Alex VossSoftballSport Management
Janell WheatonSoftballSport Management
Jordan BelgaMen's TennisSport Management
Johannes IngildsenMen's TennisEconomics
McClain KesslerMen's TennisSociology
Alfredo PerezMen's TennisInternational Studies
Chase Perez-BlancoMen's TennisApplied Physiology & Kinesiology
Joshua WardellMen's TennisInternational Business
Anna DanilinaWomen's TennisEconomics
Josie KuhlmanWomen's TennisPublic Relations
Peggy PorterWomen's TennisFinance
Sam AhrenholzMen's Track & FieldAnimal Sciences
Connor BandelMen's Track & FieldAnthropology
Jack BeitterMen's Track & FieldBiomedical Engineering
Clayton BrownMen's Track & FieldAfrican American Studies
Damien DanielsMen's Track & FieldSport Management
Austin DeckerMen's Track & FieldPsychology
Drayton DiggsMen's Track & FieldMechanical Engineering
George DiggsMen's Track & FieldMechanical Engineering
Anders ErikssonMen's Track & FieldAerospace Engineering
Kunle FasasiMen's Track & FieldTelecommunication/French
Harry GlasserMen's Track & FieldBusiness Administration
Jack GuytonMen's Track & FieldBusiness Administration
Mike HarrisMen's Track & FieldBusiness Administration
Kyren HollisMen's Track & FieldAfrican American Studies
Trey LaNasaMen's Track & FieldIndustrial & Systems Engineering
Seamus LoveMen's Track & FieldInternational Studies
Blake LoweryMen's Track & FieldFood & Resource Economics
AJ McFarlandMen's Track & FieldFood & Resource Economics
Jesse MillsonMen's Track & FieldTelecommunication
Justin PacificoMen's Track & FieldGeology
Magnus PettersenMen's Track & FieldManagement
Zachary PurvisMen's Track & FieldChemistry
Jack RogersMen's Track & FieldChemistry
Colin SchaeferMen's Track & FieldBiology
Bryce StathamMen's Track & FieldCivil Engineering
Jhonny VictorMen's Track & FieldSport Management
Avione AllgoodWomen's Track & FieldEntrepreneurship
Autumn BartlettWomen's Track & FieldNutrition
Elisabeth BerghWomen's Track & FieldManagement
Lloydricia CameronWomen's Track & FieldManagement
Emily ChapmanWomen's Track & FieldSustainability & The Built Environment
Jontavia DykesWomen's Track & FieldAfrican American Studies
Sophia EbiharaWomen's Track & FieldApplied Physiology & Kinesiology
Asa GarciaWomen's Track & FieldHealth Education & Behavior
Yanis DavidWomen's Track & FieldAfrican American Studies
Morgan HullWomen's Track & FieldEnvironmental Engineering
Darrielle McQueenWomen's Track & FieldSport Management
Timetria MitchellWomen's Track & FieldCriminology
Madison MorseWomen's Track & FieldEconomics/International Studies
Maggie ParrishWomen's Track & FieldNatural Resources & Environment
Jessica PascoeWomen's Track & FieldHealth Education & Behavior
Maddox PattersonWomen's Track & FieldSport Management
Lauren PerryWomen's Track & FieldBusiness Administration
Megan ReedWomen's Track & FieldCriminology
Delaney TiernanWomen's Track & FieldApplied Physiology & Kinesiology
Amara WigganWomen's Track & FieldTelecommunication

7 COMMENTS

  1. Men’s Track & Field rocking the school of Engineering. Way to make the most of your opportunities.

    I have to ask, does this mean smart kids don’t play football? Or basketball? Just sayin’

      • Arnold – I wasn’t criticizing GatorSports and understood that you only posted what the SEC released. I was criticizing the SEC for not recognizing all athletes after every semester/session. It comes across as they don’t care how the athletes do academically during the other semesters/sessions when they are not competing.

  2. I have to believe that we have some football (how many guys on the team? 80?) and B-ball players that got at least 3.0, which is good, but a “B” average isn’t exactly lighting the world on fire. The SEC must be releasing these results based on who is playing now?

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