Eight Mocs Beach Volleyball Named To Conference Honor Roll

Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Eight Chattanooga Mocs beach volleyball student-athletes were named to the 2021-22 Ohio Valley Conference Commissioners Honor Roll, the league office announced Tuesday afternoon.

Victoria Cerino, Neva Clark, Gylian Finch, Paige Gallentine, Kaye Gresham, Hanley Lomax, Bailey Steger and Baylee Young were the eight Mocs recognized. 

“We are proud of our athletes’ successes in the classroom,” said Head Coach Darin Van Horn. “Academics is a priority and they consistently strive for excellence both in the classroom and on the sand.
A huge thank you goes to our academic staff as well for their constant guidance and support.”

To be listed, recipients must have achieved at least a 3.25 grade point average, have been eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season in their chosen NCAA-sponsored sport(s) and used a season of competition.

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