Tennessee nets 61 on 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

Sixty-one first-year Tennessee student-athletes were named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll on Monday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive.

The SEC recognized 762 first-year student-athletes among the league's 14 schools. A total of 3,116 student-athletes around the league earned Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2012-13.

Each student-athlete must 1) have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above at the nominating institution; 2) be on scholarship or a letter winner; 3) have completed 24 semester hours of non-remedial credit at the nominating institution; and 4) have been a member of the varsity team for the sport's entire NCAA Championship segment.

The 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2012-13 academic calendar.

The complete list of 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll selections for Tennessee follows.

BASEBALL

Trevor Charpie, Psychology

Andy Cox,Recreation & Sport Management

Matt Esparza, Undecided

Michael Flax, Advertising

David Houser, Logistics

Derek Lance, Kinesiology

Andrew Lee, Kinesiology

Heath Loyd, Psychology

Michael Parrish, Biological Sciences

A.J. Simcox, Management

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Andraya Carter, Communication Studies

Bashaara Graves, Undecided

MEN'S GOLF

Grant Daugherty, Finance

Chad Merzbacher, Finance

Michael Nagy, Management

FOOTBALL

Cody Blanc, Management

Drae Bowles, Communication Studies

George Bullock, Undecided

Alden Hill, Art

Nathan Peterman, Communication Studies

ROWING

Erin Allen, Animal Science-Pre Vet

Victoria Bartell, Public Administration

Sophia Grazian, Exploratory

Erin Gibbemeyer, Animal Science-Pre Vet

Katie King, Special Education

Harper Lucas, Exploratory

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Suzanne Capocaccia, Kinesiology

Peyton Thomas, Kinesiology

SOFTBALL

Jennifer Burroughs, Kinesiology

Erin Gabriel, Recreation & Sport Management

Rainey Gaffin, Anthropology

Anna Renfroe, Nutrition

MEN'S SWIMMING

Gustav Aberg Lejdstrom, Logistics

Thomas Cochran, Kinesiology

Adam Cornett, Kinesiology

Miles Garner, Economics

Sean Lehane, Kinesiology

Trevor Leland, Recreation & Sport Management

Ben Miller, Business Analytics

Ryan Signorin, Civil Engineering

Timothy Wylie, Accounting

WOMEN'S SWIMMING

Amanda Carner, Undecided

Anna DeMonte, Marketing

Caroline Finkbeiner, Undecided

Mary Griffith, Kinesiology

Madison Hahn, Logistics

Faith Johnson, Kinesiology

Heather Kiger, Aerospace Engineering

Samantha Lera, Biological Sciences

WOMEN'S TENNIS

Mimi Fotopoulos, Undecided

Jesse Grace, Communication Studies

MEN'S TRACK & FIELD

Jake Blankenship, Undecided

Cameron Brown, Business Analytics

Alex McCandless, Psychology

Derek McClardy, Communication Studies

WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD

Chelsea Blaase, Kinesiology

Alexis Panisse, Sociology

Cassie Wertman, Kinesiology

Katelyn Williams, Kinesiology

VOLLEYBALL

Megan Hatcher, Finance

Ashlyn Sunseri, Kinesiology

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johnlg00 writes:

Impressive that there were nine baseball players on that list. Not so impressive that there only two Lady Vol basketball players, five football players, and NO men's basketball players.

Come on, people! Being a champion in the classroom will make you a champion in life, no matter how your sports career turns out. You are here. Many of you are the first in your families to have a scholarship to attend college. Few of you have family connections to smooth your way in society. This is your chance to be somebody who matters in the world--DON'T BLOW IT!

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