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Rebels Post Highest Semester GPA in Program History

Ole Miss Head Matt Luke during Spring Practice, photo by Steven Gagliano
Ole Miss student-athletes kept up their success in the classroom by posting the single-highest semester GPA in athletic department history with a 3.01 mark for the Fall 2017 semester.
This semester, 14 Rebels graduated and 53 percent of all Ole Miss student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better. A total of 204 Rebels were named to the AD’s honor roll (3.0 or better), with 108 of them being named to the Dean’s Honor Roll (3.5 or better) and 69 of them earning the top honor of the Chancellor’s Honor Roll (3.75 or better). Of that total, 28 Rebels finished the semester with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
“We continue to be impressed by the individual and team successes of our student-athletes,” said Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development Derek Cowherd. “As the overall stature of the University and the academic rigor of its academic programs grow, the more we see our students compete at the highest levels in the classroom. This semester’s achievements and the number of career-ready seniors that have graduated is a testament to those at the FedEx Center, the faculty and the coaches who pour their time and talents into each and every student at Ole Miss.”
Rebel soccer put together another incredible semester, leading the way with the second-highest semester team GPA in Ole Miss history at 3.69. The entire soccer team made the AD’s Honor Roll, with half earning Chancellor’s Honor roll and seven earning perfect 4.0 marks.
The Ole Miss men’s golf team was the highest-rated program on the men’s side with a 3.29 semester GPA, bolstered by a 3.79 GPA alone from the freshmen class.

Five made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll and four made the Dean’s Honor Roll
3.00 or higher Team GPA for the sixth consecutive Fall semester
Men’s Basketball
Second-best Team Semester GPA in recorded history
Women’s Basketball
Three made Dean’s Honor Roll
Shandricka Sessom made the AD’s Honor Roll for the sixth time in her college career
Men’s Cross Country
70% of the grades earned this semester were either A’s or B’s
Women’s Cross Country
88% have a 3.00 or higher
33 earned a 3.00 or higher, with eight making Chancellor’s Honor Roll
Men’s Golf
Freshmen earned a 3.79 Semester GPA
Women’s Golf
75% on active roster earned at least a 3.0 GPA, topping the 45% from Spring ‘17
23 consecutive semesters (since Spring ’06) with a Team GPA of 3.0 or higher
80% made Honor Roll, the most in recorded history
More than 92% have a Resident GPA above 3.00
50% earned Chancellor’s Honor Roll honors; seven earned 4.00s
100% made the Honor Roll with a 3.0 or higher
Second-best Fall Semester Team GPA (3.70 in Fall ’14) for Soccer and all of Athletics in recorded history
Five recorded a perfect 4.0 semester
11 of 25 made Chancellor’s Honor Roll
Highest Team GPA in recorded history; no D’s or F’s
Men’s Tennis
75% made at least the AD’s Honor Roll
More than 79% of grades were A’s and B’s and 0% were D’s and F’s
Women’s Tennis
100% earned a 3.00 or better
Men’s Track & Field
Team Resident GPA is tied for the highest in recorded history
Women’s Track & Field
3.00 Team GPA for fifth consecutive semester (first time in school history)
Posted back to back semesters with 30 student-athletes with a 3.00 or higher
3.41 Team Residential GPA is highest in recorded history
Six earned Chancellor’s Honor Roll honors, which is the most in recorded history
13 on the AD’s Honor Roll is tied with Spring ’17 for most in recorded history
Five consecutive semesters above a 3.20 GPA, only the second time in recorded history
81% of the team earned at least a 3.00 Semester GPA
December 2017 Graduates

Jeremy Zick, General Studies (Psychology, Sociology, Sports and Rec. Admin)
*Rebel Reconnect program
CJ Hampton, Psychology
Marquis Haynes, General Studies (Education, Legal Studies, Sports and Rec. Admin.)
Josh Lindman, General Studies (Accountancy, Economics, History)
Elliot Markuson, Journalism
Tyler Putman, Marketing
Sean Rawlings, Marketing
Jordan Sims, Exercise Science
Gary Wunderlich, Managerial Finance
Men’s Track & Field
James Angle, Real Estate
Ryan Manahan, General Studies (Education, Math, Math Education)
Women’s Golf
Madisen Bentley, Marketing
Bella Fiorenzo, Biology
Women’s Tennis
Zalina Khairudinova, Banking & Finance
For further academic accolades, follow @UMTrueRebel on Twitter.
Ole Miss Student-Athlete Development Mission
The mission of the Ole Miss Student-Athlete Development program is to challenge student-athletes to be lifelong learners while pursuing continuous improvement academically, socially, personally and professionally during and beyond their careers as student-athletes.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports Information
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