Jan. 24, 2013
Jan. 24, 2013
BIRMINGHAM -- A total of 37 Auburn student-athletes were among 629 scholars named to the 2012 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll Thursday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive.
The 2012 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2012 Spring, Summer and Fall terms for student-athletes participating in sports that concluded competition in the Fall semester.
The Tiger football program had 16 honorees, including Ryan Carter (Pre-Business), Steven Clark (Exercise Science), Chris Davis (Public Administration), Adam Dyas (Biomedical Sciences Pre-Med), Tunde Fariyike (Biomedical Sciences Pre-Med), Trent Fisher (Communication), Alex Kozan (Pre-Business), Robert Leff (Pre-Electrical Engineering), Jake Lembke (Wildlife Ecology & Management), Philip Lutzenkirchen (Communication), Duncan McKinney (Pre-Business), Ashton Richardson (Animal Sciences Pre-Vet), Greg Robinson (Sociology), Avery Young (Fitness, Conditioning & Performance), Patrick Young (Sciences and Math) and Joel Bonomolo (Interdisciplinary Studies).
Auburn women's soccer had 12 student-athletes on the honor roll, including Ana Cate (Exercise Science), Mary Coffed (Marketing), Bryana Gold (Pre-Journalism), Amy Howard (Elementary Education), Jordan Miller (Supply Chain Management), Mary Nicholson (Spanish), Jessica Rightmer (Communication Disorders), Kimberly Spence (Psychology), Caitlin Torie (Exercise Science) and Jessica Wolfe (Building Science).
In volleyball, nine Tigers were named to the honor roll: Sarah Bullock
(Public Relations Communication), Katherine Culwell
(Finance), MacKenzy Harper
(Accountancy), Camila Jersonsky
(Polymer & Fiber Engineering), Courtney McDonald
(Pre-Communication), Brittney Rhude
(Management), Kathia Rud
(International Business), Chelsea Wintzinger
(Biomedical Sciences Pre-Pharmacy) and Sarah Wroblicky