34 UTC Athletes Named To Fall Academic All Southern Conference Team

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga put 34 student-athletes on the Fall Academic All-Southern Conference team, the league office announced today.  This year's group of Mocs ties for the third-most on one fall academic squad, and is the best number since 34 in the fall of 2014. 

These individuals are honored for excelling in the classroom, as well as their performance on the field.  The fall team is made up of representatives from cross country, football, soccer and volleyball.

 

To be eligible for the academic all-conference team, student-athletes must carry at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA at the conclusion of the fall semester, and were required to compete in at least one-half of their teams' competitions. In addition, the student-athletes must have successfully completed at least three semesters at their institutions, making true freshmen and first-year transfers ineligible for inclusion.

The women's cross country team and volleyball teams both tied for the SoCon lead with seven honorees.  Women's soccer had 10 representatives, while the football team had six and four from the men's cross country team.   

A full list of UTC's honorees is available below. 

Name

Year

Hometown

Sport

GPA

Major

Mark Britt

Jr.

Lebanon, Tenn.

Men's XC

3.81

Health & Human Performance

Richard Guiry

Jr.

Nashville, Tenn.

Men's XC

3.95

Accounting

John Payne

Jr.

Portland, Tenn.

Men's XC

3.31

Chemical Engineering

Nathan Watson

So.

Hendersonville, Tenn.

Men's XC

3.91

Chemical Engineering

Abby Bateman

So.

Jefferson City, Tenn.

Women's XC

4.00

Marketing

Nicole Buehrle

Jr.

Sugarloaf, Pa.

Women's XC

3.54

Dietetics

Julia Henderson

So.

Brentwood, Tenn.

Women'sXC

4.00

Accounting

Haley Morris

Jr.

Lenoir City, Tenn.

Women's XC

3.99

Education

Brianna Nelson

Jr.

Jefferson, Wisc.

Women's XC

3.63

Engineering

Emily Poole

Jr.

Ringgold, Ga.

Women's XC

3.89

Criminal Justice

Kennedy Thompson

So.

St. Catherine's, Ohio

Women's XC

3.30

Business

Rashun Freeman

Fr.

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Football

3.55

Engineering Management

Alex Hooper

Sr.

Cleveland, Tenn.

Football

3.56

M.B.A.

Jerrell Lawson

Fr.

Brundidge, Ala.

Football

3.63

Business

Branden Parker

Jr.

Lithonia, Ga.

Football

3.35

Health & Human Performance

Hawk Schrider

So.

Berkeley, Calif.

Football

3.59

Social Work

Cole Strange

Fr.

Knoxville, Tenn.

Football

3.69

Nursing

Mallory Burman

Sr.

Clarksville, Tenn.

Soccer

3.37

Integrated Studies

Masey Fox

Jr.

Greenback, Tenn.

Soccer

3.89

History

Bailey Gale

So.

Knoxville, Tenn.

Soccer

3.89

Biology

Mckenzie Gregg

Sr.

Newport, Tenn.

Soccer

3.33

Biology

Catherine Meyer

Fr.

Hendersonville, Tenn.

Soccer

3.94

Psychology

Anna Moore

So.

Bristol, Tenn.

Soccer

3.53

Spanish

Emily Moseley

Sr.

Nashville, Tenn.

Soccer

3.46

Education

Jordan Mueller

So.

Hendersonville, Tenn.

Soccer

3.67

Special Education

Alex Searce

So.

Franklin, Tenn.

Soccer

3.81

Natural Sciences

Cameron Williams

So.

Columbia, Tenn.

Soccer

3.32

Art

Madison Bergren

Sr.

Muncie, Ind.

Volleyball

3.68

Education

Miranda Elpers

Jr.

Louisville, Ky.

Volleyball

3.77

Finance

Ally Ford

So.

Leesburg, Va.

Volleyball

3.90

Criminal Justice

Mikaela Guthreaux

So.

Johns Creek, Ga.

Volleyball

3.93

Marketing

Lauren Greenspoon

Sr.

Houston, Texas

Volleyball

3.63

Psychology

Emily Plumlee

Jr.

Chesapeake, Va.

Volleyball

3.54

Health & Human Performance

DaniSzczepanski

So.

Cincinnati, Ohio

Volleyball

3.47

Psychology




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