Tampa Posts Record Number of SSC Honor Roll Recipients

Tampa Posts Record Number of SSC Honor Roll Recipients

MELBOURNE, Fla. – A record 1,802 student-athletes are named to the 2020 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll presented by Barnes & Noble College. The announcement, made on Thursday, June 25 by Commissioner Ed Pasque, includes 513 student-athletes with a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester.

The University of Tampa turned in a record semester in the classroom with a total of 204 SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll recipients in a total of 12 sports. The Spartans also had 26 student-athletes register a perfect 4.0 in the spring.

This spring's numbers break the previous SSC Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll records of 1,396 student-athletes honored and 259 perfect grade-point averages, which were set in 2019.

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 111 Division II National Championships since the league was founded in 1975, SSC's student-athletes have proven to be successful in the classroom as well. The SSC boasts an Academic Success Rate of 86 percent for the ninth consecutive year.

Following is a list of UT student-athletes who were named to the Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll for the spring semester. Please note that cross country, soccer and volleyball were recognized in the fall semester.

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Baseball (17) – James Angel, Jose Cadenas, Nik Constantakos, Nick Derr, Drew Ehrhard (4.0), Christian Flint (4.0), Sam Freitas, Adam Hunt (4.0), Cole Judelson, Brandon Knarr, Jordan Leasure, Luke McDonald, Luis Medina, Braydon Nelson (4.0), Alex Passarella, J.D. Urso, Eric Zimmerman

Men's Basketball (5) – Brendan Baker (4.0), Bryant Brown, Jacob Harris, Zach Patterson, Carl Swensen

Women's Basketball (10) – Aliyah Abney, Erin Antosh, Terri Battle, Karli Cauley, Aubrey Clapsaddle (4.0), Julia Ingram (4.0), Dori Nagy, Anna Popovic, Audrey Ramsey, LaShayla Wright-Ponder

Men's Golf (4) – Hogan Bendert, Steve Cacchio (4.0), Spencer Olson, Pablo Wills

Women's Golf (4) – Sofia Cadavid, Petronella Hjort, Heather Kipniss (4.0), Emily Montagnino

Men's Lacrosse (43) – Riley Bakewell, Matthew Beddow, Harrison Bliss, Charles Bolesh, Christian Borodiak, B.J. Borowski, Neil Calkin (4.0), Shane Campbell, Chris Ciesla (4.0), Luke Curran, Philip Day, Ross Dickerson, Christopher Fruland, Christian Gardner, Shane Hanlon (4.0), Devon Hess, Cabry Hildmann, Kyle Jung, Evan Killen, Michael LaPoint, Stephano Mastro, Owen Matukas, Luke McAnaney (4.0), Cormac McCarthy, Owen Miller, Sean Nizolek (4.0), Ian Noonan, Derek Palma, Nick Perrot, Scott Phillips, Casey Platenik, Ryan Schoppe, Andrew Snelbaker, Graham Spindler, Alexander Starr, Jacob Torres, Hayden Toth (4.0), Blake Ulmer, Marc Whitaker, Colin White, Cole Witman, Jack Wood, Ian Woodward

Women's Lacrosse (25) – Olivia Burnside, Hannah Bush, Riley Coleman, Cece Colombo, Megan D'Antuono, O'Neill Galinson, Maggie Gladden, Yasmina Hernandez, Abigail Hope, Kayla Kosubinsky, Delaney McKelvie, Lauren McNeill, Olivia Mott, Lizzie Pierpont (4.0), Aubyn Roemer, Abigail Selhorn, Taylor Sisk (4.0), Erin Sistek, Natalie Spanhake, Krystyn Staley, Bridget Sutter, Claire Swanson (4.0), Carly Vaccaro, Alexandra Walling, Kyle Yang

Rowing (21) – Peyton Beck, Kayla Bell (4.0), Lauren Blake, Caroline Buck (4.0), Rachel Byrne, Caelyn Ellison, Emma Gervais, Abbey Grau (4.0), Sienna Gutierrez, Erin Hanson, Marissa Henderson (4.0), Carly Hill, Alyssa Huffman (4.0), Sarah Manno, Bridget Maxwell, Augusta McGhee, Olivia Nikopoulos, Juliette Vick (4.0), Samantha Volkens, Kiara Williams, Erin Winslow

Softball (17) – Mackenzie Allen, Stephanie Balmer, Alissa Carfora, Lexi Chevalier, Cristina Clauberg (4.0), Madison Farrell (4.0), Mariah Galhouse (4.0), Jodi Handler, Amelia Iacovino, Emalee Jansen, Samantha Kaye (4.0), Corynn Miner, Miranda Perez (4.0), Avery Perkins, Bailey Phillips, Emily Proffitt, Alexa Russo

Men's Swimming (19) – Kellen Broaderick (4.0), Jacob Burd, Thomas Clark, Rocco Costanzia, Mikael Haugen (4.0), Luke Hene, Marcos Hillje-Enthoven, George Jabbour, Andreas Johnsen (4.0), Youssef Khowessah (4.0), Christy Moon, Sydney Odent, Dominic Russo, Grant Ruster, Brett Saunders (4.0), Austin Simpson, Marvin Slanschek, Yannick Smith, Adam Stumpf (4.0), Kevin Vu

Women's Swimming (29) – Megan Arnold, Julia Augustsson, Elizaveta Bazarova, Jessica Blanchard (4.0), Victoria Brierley, Juliana Carey, Sara-Kellett Clark, Emily Clesen, Anna Dzouenko (4.0), Megan Goldthorpe, Lindsey Grater (4.0), Erin Hixenbaugh (4.0), Madelaine Lauger (4.0), Alexandria McFarland, Maureen Moore, Molly O'Hara, Anja Oca (4.0), Leila Okazaki, Emily Pfeifer, Francesca Rusca, Carlee Sanchez-Hegarty, Emma Sanders, Emily Schlosser, Courtney Sherwood, Gabriella Tarabocchia, Jessie Tobin, Alexa Turco (4.0), Hana van Loock

Tennis (10) – Amanda Baxter, Madison Brooks, Dakota Busch, Corbin Dorsey, Ekaterina Grib (4.0), Vanina Iordanova (4.0), Nicoline Palmgren (4.0), Lilley Nice, Giulia Tatini (4.0), Savannah Williams