Student-Athletes named to SCAC Fall Honor Roll
Tuesday, January 22, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference announced its 2012 Fall Student-Athlete Academic Honor Roll with 38 student-athletes from Centenary College receiving conference accolades.

Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball each placed nine members on the squad to lead Centenary. Women’s cross country added six members with five members coming from the men’s cross country team.

"Our student-athletes are our most valuable asset and they continue to produce not only in the athletic arena, but the classroom as well," said Director of Athletics and Wellness Ronda Seagraves. "Our staff and athletes are committed to performance in the classroom and they have not disappointed. Way to go Ladies and Gents!"

A total of 338 student-athletes made the list bringing the total number of male and female student-athletes to 20,600. To qualify for the honor, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade-point average of 3.25 for the term and be a regular member of a varsity athletic team in a sport sponsored by the conference.

Below is a complete list of the 38 members from Centenary.

 

Student-Athlete (Sport)

Corey Arcement (Men's Cross Country)

Andrew Borel (Men's Cross Country)

Horacio D’Agostino (Men's Cross Country)

Christopher Feazel (Men's Cross Country)

Chad Nelson (Men's Cross Country)

Morgan Brewton (Women's Cross Country)

Julie Hughes (Women's Cross Country)

Rachelle Maldonado (Women's Cross Country)

Delilah Montero (Women's Cross Country)

Rachel Olson (Women's Cross Country)

Christina Wolterman (Women's Cross Country)

Daryn Beaugh (Men's Soccer)

Cullen Gallet (Men's Soccer)

Adam Ghaemmaghami (Men's Soccer)

Kellan Klaus (Men's Soccer)

Cedric Nickerson (Men's Soccer)

Michael Pullano (Men's Soccer)

Robert Ramirez (Men's Soccer)

Dustin Sexson (Men's Soccer)

Gabriel Zahm (Men's Soccer)

Amanda Atwell (Women's Soccer)

Hannah Bate (Women's Soccer)

Allannah Cortes (Women's Soccer)

Lauren Cullen (Women's Soccer)

Anna D’Angelo (Women's Soccer)

Traci Lee (Women's Soccer)

Hannah Pfannenstiel (Women's Soccer)

Laurie Priftis (Women's Soccer)

Dolores Ross (Women's Soccer)

Katelyn Alexander (Volleyball)

Brooke Bahlinger (Volleyball)

Jacey Beasley (Volleyball)

Kadidiatou Diawara (Volleyball)

Sarah Irons (Volleyball)

Lindsey Long (Volleyball)

Christina NeSmith (Volleyball)

Bethany Nuttall (Volleyball)

Chelsea Petska (Volleyball)