Twenty-nine members of the men’s and women’s track and field teams highlighted Tennessee’s showing on the 2007-08 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
The Vols and Lady Vols combined for 84 student-athletes on the spring honors list, with 16 of those coming from the men’s track and field squad and 13 from the women’s team. Baseball added 10 representatives, while there were six men’s and women’s golfers each, 14 members from the rowing team, 11 softball players, three men’s tennis players and five women’s tennis players.
Each student-athlete must have a GPA of 3.00 for either the preceding academic year or have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; be on scholarship, a letter winner or have participated on a varsity team for two years if non-scholarship; have completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial credit at the nominating institution; and have been a member of the varsity team for the sport’s entire NCAA Championship segment. The 2008 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2007 Summer, 2007 Fall and 2007 Spring terms.
Tennessee had 44 student-athletes on the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll and 32 on the winter academic honor roll. Overall, UT had 160 student-athletes recognized for their academic work in the 2007-08 school year.
2007-08 Tennessee SEC Spring Academic honor roll
Baseball – Daniel Beasley, political science; Steve Crnkovich, mechanical engineering; Shawn Griffin, political science; Nick Hernandez, sport management; Michael Moore, enterprise management; Tanner Moore, sport management; Bryan Morgado, sport management; Bryan Powell, finance; Ryne Simpson, microbiology; Zane Stone, sport management.
Men’s Golf – James Brannen, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology; Charlie Ford, sport management; David Holmes, enterprise management; Cameron Lawrence, business; Philip Pettitt, sport management; Ben Spickard, sport management.
Women’s Golf - Ginny Brown, public relations; Diana Cantu, marketing; Leah Hagedorn, legal studies; Rachel Ingram, communication studies; Nicole Smith, perspectives in human relations and culture; Marci Turner, turfgrass science and management.
Rowing - Renee Brittle, exercise science; Kate Brownlee, communication studies; Nina Dobratz, college scholars; Mary Beth Dreusike, business; Danielle Hmielewski, exercise science; Caroline Howell, marketing; Laura Miller, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology; Katie Ross, exercise science; Brittany Sehring, business; Erin-Monique Shelton, studio art-painting; Alex Shishkov, nutrition; Kate Snider, anthropology; Kendra Warren, sport management; Jessica Williams, exercise science.
Softball – Tonya Callahan, child and family studies; India Chiles, nursing; Shannon Doepking, sociology; Allison Fulmer, communications; Lillian Hammond, sociology/criminal justice; Tiffany Huff, special education; Nicole Kajitani, child and family studies; Danielle Pieroni, marketing – information mngt.; Megan Rhodes, psychology; Caitlin Ryan, sport management; Erinn Webb, communication studies.
Men’s Tennis - Kaden Hensel, chemistry; Chris Racz, business; Davey Sandgren, aerospace engineering.
Women’s Tennis – Samantha Orlin, special education; Ghizela Schutte, psychology; Connor Vogel, communication studies; Caitlin Whoriskey, geography; Zsofia Zubor, accounting.
Men’s Track - Jangy Addy, journalism/electronic media; Kris Fant, economics; Jonathan Fluellen, sport management; John Hewitt, plant sciences; Michael Hogue, nursing; Anthony Immediate – special education (masters); De’Lon Isom, psychology; Chris Kane, sport management; Yarrick Kincaid, psychology; Matthew Maloney, ecology and evolutionary biology; Matt Piccarello, english – creative writing; Andrew Press, microbiology; Chris Rapp, civil engineering; Steve Tobin, aerospace engineering; Richard Wooten, finance.
Women’s Track – Jackie Areson, ecology and evolutionary biology; Rolanda Bell, exercise science; Sarah Bowman, human resource management; Shanna Dickenson, sociology – criminal justice; Alicia Essex – graphic design; Celriece Law, political science; Lynne Layne, child and family studies; Jennifer Lewellen, anthropology; Kimarra McDonald, exercise science; Leah Soro, environmental and soil science; Cleo Tyson, child and family studies; Katie Van Horn, statistics; Phoebe Wright, ecology and evolutionary biology.