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App State Nets 39 Academic All-SoCon Selections PDF Print
Written by Mike Flynn   
Monday, 16 December 2013 20:22

Appalachian State University led all Southern Conference institutions with 39 student-athletes earning academic all-conference recognition during the 2013 fall sports seasons, the league announced on Monday.



Appalachian State’s 39 academic all-conference performers include 11 representatives from women’s soccer, eight from football, seven from women’s cross country, seven from volleyball, four from men’s soccer and two from men’s cross country.  Appalachian’s 39 honorees edged Elon (36) and Wofford (35) for tops in the conference while App State easily outdistanced Western Carolina (31) for the most student-athletes recognized among the SoCon’s six public institutions.

To be eligible for academic all-conference recognition, a student-athlete had to enter the fall semester with a minimum 3.3 grade point average, compete in at least half of his/her team’s competitions during the 2013 campaign and have successfully completed 24 credit hours in the previous two semesters.

APPALACHIAN STATE ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HONOREES
(Fall 2013)

Men’s Cross Country

Chris Garrett (Jr., 3.84, communication sciences and disorders)
Andrew Vandenberg (So., 3.41, undecided)

Women’s Cross Country

Samantha Campanaro (So., 3.83, management)
Dana Cox (So., 3.55, elementary education)
Meaghan McCauley (Sr., 3.43, exercise science)
Kayla Schneider (Jr., 3.86, nursing)
Justine Stocks (Jr., 3.33, environmental sciences)
Brittany Williams (So., 3.87, accounting)
Shelby Williams (So., 3.66, exercise science)

Football
Karl Anderson (Gr., 3.61, business administration)
Josh Anding (Sr., 3.32, business education)
Barrett Burns (R-Fr., 3.44, nursing)
Austin Chambers (Jr., 3.53, physical education)
Graham Fisher (Jr., 3.67, finance and banking)
Logan Hallock (Jr., 3.67, physical education)
Jacob McCann (R-Fr., 3.56, nursing)
Tony Washington (Sr., 3.80, building sciences)

Men’s Soccer

Stanley Broaden (Jr., 3.63, exercise science)
Harrison Delbridge (Sr., 3.60, communications and advertising)
Patrick Harrow (Jr., 3.90, accounting)
Seth Williams (Jr., 3.62, exercise science)

Women’s Soccer

Merlin Beckwith (So., 3.93, health promotion)
Jenna Caudle (Jr., 3.78, health promotion)
Samantha Childress (So., 3.97, appropriate technology)
Leah Drawdy (Jr., 3.34, health promotion)
Amber Miller (So., 3.43, nutrition and foods)
Sam Neill (Sr., 3.58, community and regional planning)
Megan Roberson (So., 3.94, chemistry)
Sonia Sanchez (Sr., 3.58, geology)
Nicole Steyl (Jr., 3.94, communication disorders)
Jordan Vezina (Sr., 3.32, communication disorders)
Amy Werdine (Sr., 3.65, communications/public relations)

Volleyball
Paige Brown (So., 3.36, chemistry/secondary education)
Emily Corrigan (So., 3.92, elementary education)
Lauren Gray (Jr., 3.92, communications/public relations)
Jess Keller (So., 3.65, exercise science)
Meghan Mahoney (So., 3.55, elementary education)
Lindsey Sauls (Jr., 3.30, special education)
Dalton Tolliver (Jr., 3.67, psychology)

 

  
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