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Ole Miss Places 72 on SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll

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Ole Miss Places 72 on SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll

While setting records on the fields and courts, 72 student-athletes from Ole Miss were named to the 2016 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll announced Wednesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.
A total of 1,029 student-athletes made the honor roll, which is based on grades from the 2016 Spring, Summer and Fall terms.
Football led the way with 21 on the honor roll including record-setting quarterback Chad Kelly for the second time. Kickoff specialist Nathan Noble made the honor roll for the fifth time, and punter Will Gleeson earned the honor for the fourth time. Wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, offensive lineman Sean Rawlings and kicker Gary Wunderlich, were among the three-time honorees on the list.
Soccer placed 19 on the honor roll, including four-time honorees Melissa Capocaccia, Addie Forbus, Gretchen Harknett, Madi Killeen, Caitlin Lewis and Georgia Russell.
Women’s cross country made history this year qualifying for the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history and posting their best ever finish in the SEC taking runner up honors. Fifteen runners earned honor roll status including All-SEC first team honoree Mary Alex England and All-SEC second team member Bo Ummels.
Men’s cross country followed up a banner season with nine on the SEC Academic Honor Roll including All-American Wesley Gallagher, who helped lead the men to a fourth place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Volleyball posted their highest semester GPA in seven years last fall, paced by eight players on the honor roll, including CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American Aubrey Edie, Lexi Thompson, who led the SEC in double-doubles, and Caroline Adams.
For further academic accolades, follow @UMTrueRebel on Twitter.
Ole Miss Honorees
Dylan Day – M Cross Country – Mathematics
Robert Domanic – M Cross Country – General Studies
Craig Engels – M Cross Country – General Studies
Wesley Gallagher – M Cross Country – Mechanical Engineering
Derek Gutierrez – M Cross Country – Accountancy
Brandon Harvey – M Cross Country – Marketing
Ryan Manahan – M Cross Country – General Studies
Abraham Merinar – M Cross Country – Real Estate
Mark Robertson – M Cross Country – Chemical Engineering
Saga Barzowski – W Cross Country – Political Science
Emily Bean – W Cross Country – Exercise Science
Anna Braswell – W Cross Country – Geological Engineering
Shelby Brown – W Cross Country – French
Julia England – W Cross Country – Special Education
Mary Alex England – W Cross Country – Master of Accountancy
Scarlett Fox – W Cross Country – Journalism
Tavyn Lovitt – W Cross Country – English Education
Katherine Macneal – W Cross Country – Exercise Science
Maddie McHugh – W Cross Country – Art History
Nicole Park – W Cross Country – Accountancy
Madison Rawson – W Cross Country – Exercise Science
Bo Ummels – W Cross Country – Master of Criminal Justice
Britt Ummels – W Cross Country – Master of Criminal Justice
Haley Ward – W Cross Country – General Studies
Quincy Adeboyejo – Football – General Studies
Talbot Buys – Football – Banking and Finance
Luke Davis – Football – Managerial Finance
Ross Donelly – Football – Business
Will Few – Football – Master of Business Administration
William Gleeson – Football – Accountancy
Martin Johnson – Football – Criminal Justice
Sam Johnson – Football – Banking and Finance
Chad Kelly – Football – General Studies
Dawson Knox – Football – Risk Management and Insurance
Chad Lamar – Football – Public Policy Leadership
Cale Luke – Football – Banking and Finance
Nathan Noble – Football – Master of Business Administration
Jason Pellerin – Football – Business
Tyler Pittman – Football – General Studies
Tayler Polk – Football – General Studies
Sean Rawlings – Football – Marketing
Ray Ray Smith – Football – General Business
Hunter Thurley – Football – General Studies
Grant Warren – Football – Biology
Gary Wunderlich – Football – Managerial Finance
Melissa Capocaccia – W Soccer – Master of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders
Courtney Carroll – W Soccer – Marketing
Sara Coleman – W Soccer – Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Mackenzie Dickerson – W Soccer – Psychology
Susie Dineen – W Soccer – Exercise Science
Bella Fiorenzo – W Soccer – Biology
Addie Forbus – W Soccer – Psychology
Danielle Gray – W Soccer – Managerial Finance
Liza Harbin – W Soccer – General Studies
Gretchen Harknett – W Soccer – Biochemistry
Amanda Karlsson – W Soccer – Integrated Marketing Communications
Madison Killeen – W Soccer – Communication Sciences & Disorders
Cece Kizer – W Soccer – Integrated Marketing Communications
Marisa Kutchma – W Soccer – Biology
Caitlin Lewis – W Soccer – Biology
Marnie Merritt – W Soccer – Management
Mackenze Parma – W Soccer – Geology
Georgia Russell – W Soccer – Master of Accountancy
Tara Sullivan – W Soccer – Sport and Recreation Administration
Caroline Adams – Volleyball – Communication Sciences & Disorders
Laina Carnes – Volleyball – Accountancy
Kathryn Cather – Volleyball – Exercise Science
Aubrey Edie – Volleyball – Elementary Education
Audrey Fischer – Volleyball – Undeclared
Taylor Gill – Volleyball – Accountancy
Alexis Lee – Volleyball – Management
Lexi Thompson – Volleyball – Civil Engineering
Ole Miss Student-Athlete Development Mission
The mission of Ole Miss’ Student-Athlete Development program is to challenge student-athletes to be lifelong learners while pursuing continuous improvement academically, relationally, socially, personally, and professionally during and beyond their careers as student-athletes.
Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports

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