Conference Carolinas Honors 86 Coker College Student-Athletes

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – Coker College had 86 student-athletes named to the 2012 Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Honor Roll, the conference announced today.

“The dedication our student-athletes have shown in and out of the classroom has been tremendous,” Coker director of athletics Lynn Griffin said. “We firmly believe in the balance between academics and athletics, and these young men and women have bought in to our philosophy. I am proud of how they represent Coker College.”

A total of 1,516 student-athletes were recognized on the spring honor roll. In order to qualify, a student-athlete must maintain a grade-point average of 3.20 or higher. Conference Carolinas presents its honor roll twice a year, covering the fall and spring academic semesters.

Conference Carolinas continues to emphasize “Academics and Athletics Working Together,” as each school strives to grow its presidential honor roll every year. The new honor roll identifies student-athletes who have earned a 3.20 grade-point average for the semester, which includes freshmen and transfer students. In previous years, the qualifications for the honor roll were based on a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Conference Carolinas is an NCAA Division II athletics conference made up of 12 schools from North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, King College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, North Greenville University, Pfeiffer University and Queens University of Charlotte.

The following is a list of Coker student-athletes who were named to the Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Roll.

Baseball

  • Matthew Bowman
  • Lucas Britt
  • Brendan Burns
  • Zachary Durham
  • Christian Gallman
  • John Lauttenbach
  • Nicholas Long
  • Taylor Martin
  • Anthony Nolan
  • Timothy Sinnott
  • Francisco Suarez
  • Keith Wolf

Men’s Basketball

  • Jonathon Gardner
  • Gabriel Mens
  • Andrew Morris
  • David Short
Men’s Cross Country
  • Dylan Bates

Men’s Golf

  • Joshua Clay
  • Weldon Coates
  • Jared Crane
  • Nolan Dorner
  • Matthew Kreider
  • Diego Polo

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Cameron Bogue
  • Thomas Elliott
  • Steven Marciano
  • Dylan Marks
  • Ryan Vento

Men’s Soccer

  • Joel Bristol
  • Noah Lascell
  • Atticus Lum
  • Brendan McCarron
  • Gustavo Perez
  • Akeem Prendes
  • Tony Quiroz
  • Stephen Scrivens
  • Michael Staub
  • James Sweeney

Men’s Tennis

  • Guillermo Aylon
  • James Corfield
  • Manel Estruga

Women’s Basketball

  • Jasmine Alston
  • Alison Clemens
  • Jasmine Evans
  • Priscilla Fenty
  • Lucy Fish
  • Kelley Godbout
  • Hannah Kuhn

Women’s Cross Country

  • Caitlyn Driscoll
  • Aliese Gregory
  • Robyn Risher
  • Kirsten Sanders
  • Stephanie Shaw
  • Devan Williams

Women’s Soccer

  • Kerrie Cribb
  • Haley Gibson
  • Kelley Godbout
  • Morgan Hartline
  • Sarah Kinsey
  • Melanie McGrath
  • Elizabeth Morris
  • Christina Rivera
  • Millie Rogers
  • Carrie Stokes

Softball

  • Marianna Benton
  • Lauren Brailsford
  • Stacy Burr
  • Rebecca Dillon
  • Kathryn Lee
  • Katelyn McElveen
  • Kristen Oliver
  • Jaclin Poole
  • Jennifer Sanborn
  • Katelyn Szupello
  • Ashley Thompkins

Women’s Tennis

  • Kristen Baxley
  • Cora Berna
  • Alyssa Blanchard
  • Stephanie Medley
  • Kimberly Surette
  • Brittanny Yando

Women’s Volleyball

  • Samantha Celek
  • Jessica Garrett
  • Katelyn McElveen
  • Mindy Morris
  • Anna MarieSchwark

For more information, contact Chris Dougherty, manager of athletics media relations, at 843-383-8018 or cdougherty@coker.edu.

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Coker College readies undergraduates for personal and professional success through a distinctive four-year program that emphasizes a practical application of the liberal arts as well as hands-on and discussion-based learning within and beyond the classroom. Coker is ranked among the “Best Colleges” in the South by U.S. News & World Report as well as The Princeton Review. Located in Hartsville, S.C., Coker is within two hours of the cultural, financial and recreational resources of Charlotte, Columbia, Charleston and Myrtle Beach.