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OAKLAND LEADS LEAGUE IN HONOR ROLL SELECTIONS FOR SECOND SEMESTER

June 3, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS - For the second-straight semester, Oakland paced the conference with 122 student-athletes meeting Honor Roll criteria. The 2014 Spring Academic Honor Roll is comprised of 803 student-athletes representing all nine Horizon League institutions and each of the 19 League sponsored sports.

Candidates for the Honor Roll must meet three criteria in order to qualify: 1) participation in at least one of the League's 19 sports during the most recent (or current) season; 2) completion of three semesters (or four quarters, where applicable) as a full-time student at the same member institution; and 3) a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale).

Oakland was followed closely by Valparaiso with 118. Milwaukee hit triple-digits placing 104 student-athletes, while Youngstown State positioned 93 to receive accolades. Green Bay saw its number of student-athletes honored increase as it recorded 90 on the list trailed by Detroit with 77 preceding Cleveland State's contribution of 73. UIC and Wright State rounded-out the conference accumulating 63 student-athletes on the Honor Roll, respectively.

With 110 student-athletes garnering accolades, women's track and field/cross country led all Horizon League sports on the Spring Honor Roll. Women's soccer followed collecting 97, while women's swimming and diving placed 81. Contributing 71, softball was the third-highest sport represented and men's track and field/cross country was close behind with 69 to lead all male sports. Baseball and men's soccer honored 60 student-athletes each, with volleyball (54) and men's swimming and diving (41) next on the list. Contributing at least 30 student-athletes, women's basketball (34), women's golf (32) and women's tennis (30) closed out the female sports.

Complete List of All Oakland Academic Honor Roll Qualifiers (by sport)
Baseball
Andrew Bechtel, Jr., 3.41, Health Sciences
Joe Buchalski, Jr., 3.59, Engineering
Collin Gee, Jr., 3.38, Business
Jason Hager, M, 3.40, Training and Development
Bryan Jagielo, Sr., 3.89, Engineering
Nate Lewis, Sr., 3.31, Human Resource Development
Ted Lilley, Jr., 3.41, Health Sciences
Spencer Marentette, Jr., 3.97, Creative Writing
Jake Paulson, Sr., 3.46, Communication
Lucas Scocchia, Jr., 3.23, Business
Jared Theisen, Sr., 3.45, Communication
Men's Basketball
Travis Bader, M, 3.47, Communication
Corey Petros, Sr., 3.40, Business
Women's Basketball
Peyton Apsey, Sr., 3.73, Health Sciences
Amy Carlton, Sr., 3.84, Health Sciences
Victoria Lipscomb, M, 3.25, Communication
Zakiya Minifee, M, 3.64, Communication
Olivia Nash, Jr., 3.55, Business
Elena Popkey, Jr., 3.65, Business
Sinclair Russell, Jr., 3.55, Business
Bethany Watterworth, Doc, 3.28, Physical Therapy
Men's Golf
Evan Bowser, Jr., 3.50, Business
Mark Foster, Sr., 3.36, Criminal Justice
Cameron Nelson, Sr., 3.44, Business
Alex Turner, Jr., 3.22, Business
Women's Golf
Alyssa Albright, Jr., 3.72, Journalism
Donna Fiscelli, Sr., 3.50, Studio Art
Brandi Studer, Sr., 3.33, Human Resource Development
Haylee Zyber, Jr., 3.27, Health Sciences
Men's Soccer
Cody Archibald, Sr., 3.22, Health Sciences
Matt DeLang, Sr., 3.80, Health Sciences
Gavin Hoy, Sr., 3.50, Health Sciences
Nick Kristock, M, 3.76, Master of Business Administration
Miche'le Lipari, Sr., 3.73, Health Sciences
Derek Nowak, Sr., 3.88, Economics
Joey Tinnion, Sr., 3.67, History/Secondary Education
Women's Soccer
Julianne Boyle, Sr., 3.93, Engineering Biology
Kourtney Grant, Sr., 3.60, Health Sciences
Brianne Horne, Jr., 3.48, Health Sciences
Jamie Horne, Jr., 3.48, Health Sciences
Kyla Kellermann, Sr., 3.68, Psychology
Payj O'Shea, Sr., 3.22, Human Resource Development
Kayla Owens, Sr., 3.63, Engineering
Jordan Penz, Sr., 3.71, Elementary Education
Stephanie Pilarski, Sr., 3.45, Elementary Education
Sarah Reynolds, Jr., 3.46, Business
Jordan Sargent, Jr., 3.81, English/Secondary Education
Whitney Sarkis, Sr., 3.22, Health Sciences
Katrina Stencel, Sr., 3.75, Finance
Jenna Taylor, Sr., 3.73, Business
Katy Wagner, Jr., 3.70, Engineering
Softball
Bailee Braunreuther, Sr., 3.21, Elementary Education
Chelsea Carena, Sr., 3.52, Health Sciences
Sarah Hartley, Jr., 3.64, Health Sciences
Courtnee Johnson, Sr., 3.36, Criminal Justice
Jackie Kisman, Sr., 3.73, Elementary Education
Erika Polidori, Sr., 3.53, Nursing
Laura Pond, Jr., 3.48, Health Sciences
Brittany Prior, Sr., 3.48, Health Sciences/Psychology
Meghan Tangney, Jr., 3.59, Health Sciences
Courtney Wroubel, Jr., 3.21, Elementary Education
Men's Swimming & Diving
Mitch Alters, Jr., 3.24, Health Sciences
Grant Harding, Sr., 3.51, Elementary Education
Zach Johnson, Sr., 3.23, Health Sciences
Matyas Keresztes, Sr., 3.30, Economics
Mario Rusnak, Sr., 3.29, Health Sciences
Hrafn Traustason, Jr., 3.32, Biochemistry
Ian Wood, Sr., 3.45, Engineering
Women's Swimming & Diving
Allison Bellford, Sr., 3.47, Psychology
Jill Carps, Sr., 3.42, Business
Nicole Cordero, Jr., 3.72, Graphic Design
Hannah Dobrzelewski, Sr., 3.58, Biology
Nikki Flynn, Jr., 3.53, Health Sciences
Tricia Grant, Sr., 3.36, Health Sciences
Megan Hunter, Sr., 3.64, Health Sciences
Shelby Porter, Sr., 3.55, Health Sciences
Kyra Rietveld, Sr., 3.92, Art History
Bronte Stewart, Sr, 3.32, Health Sciences
Bronte Stewart, Sr., 3.32, Health Sciences
Karin Tomeckova, Jr., 3.26, Business
Julia Vela, Sr., 3.44, International Relations
Grace Waller, Jr., 3.52, Communication
Brooke Will, Sr., 3.45, Communication
Kathleen Zintsmaster, Sr., 3.37, Health Sciences
Women's Tennis
Tamara Blum, Jr., 3.59, Health Sciences
Juliana Guevara, Jr., 3.60, Engineering
Camille Sabourin, Jr., 3.41, Psychology
Men's Track & Field/Cross Country
Michael Cox, Jr., 3.39, Health Sciences
George O'Connor, So., 3.35, Communication
C.J. Gozdor, Jr., 3.77, Information Tech
David Koponen, Sr., 3.76, Environmental Science
Tim Pfund, Jr., 3.22, Health Sciences
Chris Scott, Jr., 3.51, Health Sciences
Glen Scott, Jr., 3.47, Health Sciences
Alex West, Jr., 3.56, Nursing
C.J. Gozdor, So., 3.83, Business/Engineering
David Koponen, Sr., 3.72, Environmental Science
Glen Scott, So., 3.36, Health Sciences
Women's Track & Field/Cross Country
Christine Auxier, Sr., 3.65, Engineering
Leigh Bravender, Sr., 3.26, Health Sciences
Morgan Bridgewater, Jr., 3.44, Elementary Education
Emma Claucherty, Sr., 3.60, Health Sciences
Jenae Curley, Sr., 3.75, Biology
Megan Czarnowski, M, 3.77, Biomedical Science
Meghan Daly, Jr., 3.75, Business
Michelle Dong-Dobson, Sr., 3.38, Health Sciences
Shannon Getchen, Sr., 3.27, Integrative Studies
Elizabeth Girardot, Jr., 3.75, Elementary Education
Miranda Haas, Jr., 3.94, Biology
Katelynne Hartman, Sr., 3.67, Elementary Education
Karli Keur, Jr., 3.41, Social Work
Hayley MacDonald, Jr., 3.76, Health Sciences
Devon Mahieu, Sr., 3.22, Journalism
Sarah Oren, Sr., 3.51, Chemistry
Cassandra Peterson, Sr., 3.25, Health Sciences
Cady Pozolo, Sr., 3.70, Marketing
Courtney Stauffer, Jr., 3.69, Criminal Justice
Serena San Cartier, Sr., 3.84, Health Sciences
Volleyball
Amanda Baker, Jr., 3.96, Health Sciences
Mary Grassano, Jr., 3.48, Health Sciences
Taylor Hargraves, Jr., 3.57, Elementary Education
Taylor Humm, Sr., 3.64, Engineering
Allia Knight, Jr., 3.70, Health Sciences
Alexis Rutter, Sr., 3.38, Integrative Studies

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