One Hundred Montevallo Student-Athletes Named to 2011-12 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll

MONTEVALLO, Ala. – The University of Montevallo athletic department had 100 student-athletes named to the 2011-12 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll. The 100 is an improvement of 18 over the 82 named last year to the Honor Roll from UM. Men’s soccer once again led all Montevallo teams with 20 members being named to the list. Baseball finished in second with 17 while women’s soccer was third with 14. The Presidential Honor Roll recognizes all student-athletes at the 13 PBC member institutions who had a GPA of 3.0 or higher for the academic year.

The Peach Belt Conference announced that 1,137 student-athletes were named to the Presidential Honor Roll from the league office in Augusta.

The honor roll has been divided into four groups: Presidential Scholars, Bronze Scholars, Silver Scholars and Gold Scholars. All student-athletes with a GPA from 3.0 to 3.24 are Presidential Scholars while Bronze Scholars are 3.25 to 3.49; Silver 3.50 to 3.74 and Gold Scholars are those with a 3.75 to 4.00.

The 1,137 student-athletes surpasses the old record of 1,079 set in 2010-11 and gives the Peach Belt 1,000 or more honorees for the third year in a row.  Each student-athlete will receive a certificate from the conference office.

Gold Scholars: Austin Dubberly (Baseball), Josh Headley (Baseball), Heath Peterson (Baseball), Zack Willoughby (Baseball), Ryan York (Baseball), Taylor Welch (Women’s Basketball), Matt Hobbs (Men’s Cross Country), Zackery Walsh (Men’s Cross Country), Jessi Clark (Women’s Cross Country), Jill Kleist (Women’s Cross Country), In-Mi Matsunaga (Women’s Cross Country), Lauren Recchia (Women’s Cross Country), Katherine Schofield (Women’s Cross Country), Jared Ebert (Men’s Golf), Gonzalo Gambertoglio (Men’s Golf), Mariano Lepori (Men’s Golf), Ruwaldt Viljoen (Men’s Golf), Kaylee Hale (Women’s Golf), Jack Andrade (Men’s Soccer), Vance Curro (Men’s Soccer), Stephen Rigby (Men’s Soccer), Camilla Alderin (Women’s Soccer), Michaela Moertzsch (Women’s Soccer), Emilie Morrow (Women’s Soccer), Kaitlin Thomas (Women’s Soccer), Lauren Blair (Women’s Tennis), Helene Nordgreen (Women’s Tennis), Nikola Polcerova (Women’s Tennis), Meagan Stevens (Women’s Tennis), Kady Curl (Volleyball), Jessica Guidry (Volleyball), Betsy Stevenson (Volleyball).

Silver Scholars: D.J. Hess (Baseball), Justin Arsement (Men’s Cross Country), Ginny Davis (Women’s Cross Country), Aaron Ebert (Men’s Golf), Andres Morales (Men’s Golf), Emma Breen (Women’s Golf), Stephen Beatty (Men’s Soccer), Zac Campbell (Men’s Soccer), Giuliano Frano (Men’s Soccer), Jackson Tolleson (Men’s Soccer), Melissa Bode (Women’s Soccer), Taylor Kerr (Women’s Soccer), Denise Mannion (Women’s Soccer), Kristin Rosato (Women’s Soccer), Paige Scott (Women’s Soccer), Nicola Stolworthy (Women’s Soccer), Michelle Carle (Volleyball), Anna Garrison (Volleyball), Brianna Guzinski (Volleyball), Kaleigh Harvey (Volleyball), Rachel Wotitzky (Volleyball).

Bronze Scholars: Pablo Martell (Baseball), Vinny Rodriguez (Baseball), Blaine Rosenberg (Baseball), Cody White (Baseball), Jervan Jackson (Men’s Basketball), Ryan May (Men’s Basketball), Alex Strickland (Women’s Basketball), Rachel Willingham (Women’s Basketball), Evan Brock (Men’s Cross Country), Aaron Bush (Men’s Cross Country), Nick Fasanello (Men’s Cross Country), Austin McIntosh (Men’s Cross Country), Haley Evans (Women’s Cross Country), Katie Vanover (Women’s Cross Country), Tracey Marshall (Women’s Golf), Thomas Davis (Men’s Soccer), Philip Dublin (Men’s Soccer), Tyson Eyo (Men’s Soccer), Shane Howard (Men’s Soccer), Brendan Ledgeway (Men’s Soccer), Jarred McKinney (Men’s Soccer), Alex Morton (Men’s Soccer), Ryuhei Nose (Men’s Soccer), Nick Saboe (Men’s Soccer), Katy Hutto (Women’s Soccer), Asgerdur Palsdottir (Women’s Soccer), Amy McGucken (Women’s Tennis), Manyi Ati (Volleyball), Jordan Spinks (Volleyball).

Presidential Scholars: Devon Davis (Baseball), Bill Hamrick (Baseball), Kincaid Koehler (Baseball), Mason Morris (Baseball), Wes Rich (Baseball), Hunter Stevens (Baseball), Kirk Waligora (Baseball), David Smith (Men’s Cross Country), Andrew Lowry (Men’s Golf), Pedro Carneiro (Men’s Soccer), Ricky Davey (Men’s Soccer), Philip Jackson (Men’s Soccer), Stefan Vaziri (Men’s Soccer), Aimee Godfrey (Women’s Soccer), Emma Greenwood (Women’s Soccer), Katie Best (Volleyball), Lucy Perez (Volleyball), Michelle Walker (Volleyball).