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820 student-athletes named to the 2013-14

62 Vols named to SEC 1st-Year Academic Honor Roll

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Sixty-two Tennessee student-athletes were among the 820 student-athletes named to the 2013-14 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll, as announced on Friday by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive.

A total of 196 Tennessee student-athletes achieved Academic Honor Roll recognition from the league for the 2013-14 school year. Eighty-two Tennessee sophomores, juniors and seniors were named to the 2014 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll on Thursday. Fifty-two were named to the 2013 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll back in January.

A total of 3,270 student-athletes around the league earned Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2013-14.

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 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2013-14 academic calendar.

Tennessee - Sport - Major 
Jordan Rodgers - Baseball - Business Exploratory 
Nick Senzel - Baseball - Business Exploratory 
Tyler Schultz - Baseball - Communication Studies 
Tei Vanderford - Baseball - Communication Studies 
Jordan Reynolds - W. Basketball - Arts & Sciences Exploratory 
Mercedes Russell - W. Basketball - Arts & Sciences Exploratory 
Malik Brown - Football - Arts & Sciences Exploratory 
Joshua Dobbs - Football - Honors Aerospace Engineering 
Thomas Edwards - Football - Arts & Sciences Exploratory 
Brett Kendrick - Football - Sport Management 
Jaylen Miller - Football - Arts & Sciences Exploratory 
Marquez North - Football - Political Science 
Devaun Swafford - Football - Kinesiology 
Dylan Wiesman - Football - Psychology 
Michael Monroe - M. Golf - Business 
Jack Smith - M. Golf - Finance 
Hannah Pietila - W. Golf - Management 
Lucia Polo - W. Golf - Management 
Kaitlyn Bailey - Rowing - Biomedical Engineering 
Ashley Basham - Rowing - Nutrition 
Estonia Black - Rowing - Mathematics 
Bridget Boland - Rowing - Supply Chain Management 
Megan Dishman - Rowing - Biological Sciences 
Kasey Fleenor - Rowing - Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology 
Victoria Florence - Rowing - Materials Science & Engineering 
Abigail Gray - Rowing - Chemical Engineering 
Jeturah Johnson - Rowing - Hispanic Studies 
Haileigh Norris - Rowing - Kinesiology 
Presley Powers - Rowing - Pre-Pharmacy 
Seneca Propst - Rowing - Chemical Engineering 
Kimberly Troutman - Rowing - Mathematics 
Kaitlyn Wallace - Rowing - Sociology 
Michele Christy - W. Soccer - Chemical Engineering 
Kathryn Culhane - W. Soccer - Mechanical Engineering 
Madison Del Duca - W. Soccer - Kinesiology 
Eleanor Gabriel - W. Soccer - Biological Sciences 
Cali Hutson - W. Soccer - Special Education 
Emily Morrow - W. Soccer - Nutrition 
Amy Neal - W. Soccer - University Exploratory 
Jamilah Tejan - W. Soccer - Nursing 
Hannah Devotie - Softball - Kinesiology 
Megan Geer - Softball - Kinesiology 
Hannah McDonald - Softball - Animal Science 
Colleen Callahan - W. Swim & Diving - Nursing 
Sarah Chewning - W. Swim & Diving - Journalism & Electronic Media 
Morgan Dickson - W. Swim & Diving - Business Exploratory 
Lauren Driscoll - W. Swim & Diving - Kinesiology 
Christina Leander - W. Swim & Diving - Marketing 
Camryne Morris - W. Swim & Diving - University Exploratory 
Madeline Tegner - W. Swim & Diving - Marketing 
Sunay Bhat - M. Tennis - Mechanical Engineering 
Sean Karl - M. Tennis - Finance 
Ashlee Boles - W. Tennis - Animal Science 
Laurence Guevremont - W. Tennis - Psychology 
Brittany Lindl - W. Tennis - Mechanical Engineering 
Ambika Pande - W. Tennis - Biological Sciences 
Eve Repic - W. Tennis - Sociology 
Emily Williams - W. Track & Field - Philosophy 
Ashley Mariani - Volleyball - Psychology 
Bridgette Villano - Volleyball - Sport Management 
Lexi Dempsey - Volleyball - Communication Studies 
Carly Wishlow - Volleyball - Special Education

Courtesy: Tennessee

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