Feb. 6, 2014
AUBURN, Ala. - A total of 45 Auburn student-athletes have been named to the 2013-14 Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll, it was announced by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. The 2013-14 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2013 Spring, Summer and Fall terms.
Football had the most athletes earn SEC Academic Honor Roll distinctions with 22. They include Will Adams (Pre-Building Science), Cameron Artis-Payne (Public Administration), Gage Batten (Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Med), Reid Brooks (Pre-Chemical Engineering), Steven Clark (Exercise Science Graduate), Michael Clifton (Mechanical Engineering), Reese Dismukes (Public Administration), Ben Durand (Public Administration), Adam Dyas (Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Med), Nosa Eguae (Physical Activity and Health), Tunde Fariyike (Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Med), Trent Fisher (Communication), Alex Kozan (Finance), Alex Kviklys (Marketing), Duncan McKinney (Entrepreneurship and Family Business), Cassanova McKinzy (Public Administration), Cody Parkey (Communication), Greg Robinson (Public Administration), Craig Sanders (Fitness, Conditioning and Performance), Chandler Shakespeare (Adult Education Graduate), Jackson Thomas (Civil Engineering) and Patrick Young(Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Med).
Volleyball was honored with 12 selections including Mary Arrington (Pre-Nursing), Lakia Bright (Human Development and Family Studies), Katherine Culwell (Business Administration Graduate), Alyssa Ivey (Pre-Nursing), Camila Jersonsky (Electrical Engineering Fiber Option), Halle Kearney (Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Med), Courtney McDonald (Sociology), Ciara Richards (Sociology), Chloe Rowand (Communication), Kathia Rud (International Business), Chelsea Wintzinger (Pharmacy) and Sarah Wroblicky(Psychology).
The women's soccer team was honored with 11 selections. They are Victoria Ball (Fitness, Conditioning and Performance), Sara Madison Barnes (Chemistry), Kala Faulkner (Pre-Exercise Science), Haley Gerken (Pre-Exercise Science), Ashley Kotero (Interdisciplinary Studies), Alexandria Massey (Pre-Exercise Science), Alyse Scott (Human Development and Family Studies), Bianca Sierra (Physical Activity and Health), Sophie Simantel (Pre-Elementary Education), Kimberly Spence (Adult Education Graduate) and Alicen Wright(Collaborative Teacher Special Education).