Record Number of WPU Student-Athletes Earn USA South Academic All-Conference Honors

June 8, 2016
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William Peace University is proud to announce a record number of its student-athletes have been selected to the USA South Athletic Conference 2015-2016 Academic All-Conference Team. Overall, 69 student-athletes from WPU were awarded the honor. To qualify, WPU student-athletes had to achieve at least a 3.0 GPA in both the fall and spring semesters and competed on a varsity team.

“We’re very proud of our student-athletes and the success they achieve both in and out of the classroom.”“We’re very proud of our student-athletes and the success they achieve both in and out of the classroom,” said Dr. Brian C. Ralph, President of William Peace University. “Our student-athletes are among the best performers academically we have on campus. This is a great honor and achievement for them, and for us as an institution, to celebrate.”

The Pacers had 65 student-athletes selected to the team in 2015. Each year, WPU Athletics has seen an increase in honorees in each of the first four seasons since making the transition to a coeducational institution in 2012. This season, a record 1,471 student-athletes from across the USA South earned Academic All-Conference honors. Click HERE to view the complete USA South Academic All-Conference Team.

Complete list of all William Peace student-athletes honored:

Lindsay Alford – Volleyball Ashley Johnson – W. Soccer
Hunter Allen – Baseball Ameera Khattab – WXC
Ryan Appleyard – M. Soccer Tyler Klinedinst – Baseball
Alexis Armstrong – W. Basketball Isaac Kruger – M. Soccer
Amber Arnold – W. Soccer Janae Mays – W. Soccer
Samuel Arnold – M. Basketball Katelyn McLamb – Softball
Stephanie Arnold – W. Soccer Heather McLean – Softball
Laura Bland – Volleyball Amelia Melching – W. Soccer
Morgan Bryant – Softball Trevor Nanney – Baseball
Jordan Byrd – Softball Christian Neal – Baseball
Maurice Canady – M. Basketball Tyquan Nolan – M. Basketball
Breanna Cary – Volleyball Myles Owens – Golf
Brittany Chase – WXC Trevor Pence – Baseball
Cassidy Clark – W. Basketball Rachael Peoples – W. Tennis
Kim Cook – Softball Ashley Piers – W. Soccer
Seth Cranford – M. Soccer Shay Poteat – Softball
Aron Crumb – Baseball Matt Proctor – Baseball
Will Cunningham – Baseball Patrick Ralph – M. Tennis
Jaha Cruz – WXC Josie Richardson – Volleyball
Elizabeth Daniels – WXC Terry Rogers – M. Basketball
Connor Davis – Volleyball Mike Sgroi – Baseball
Alexandra Dixon – W. Tennis Dylan Shields – M. Soccer
Brian Doran – Golf Liana Solomon – Volleyball
Kelsey Durham – Softball Susannah Sykes – W. Basketball
Hannah Ericksen – W. Basketball Nate Strother – M. Basketball
Morgan Farmer – Softball Anna Tew – W. Soccer
Brandon Fessey – Baseball Chris Thomas – M. Basketball
Tempestt Frazier – Volleyball Nicki Thompson – W. Soccer
Alyssa Gasperini – W. Soccer William Walker – M. Basketball
Zach Geller – Baseball Carson Williams – Volleyball
Aaron George – Baseball Alan Wiseman – Golf
Trey Hogan – Baseball Elijah Wood – M. Tennis
Jane Hood – W. Soccer Sierra Wyse – WXC/Tennis
Maddie Irvin – Volleyball Caylin Yarbrough – W. Soccer
Merica Ivey – Volleyball

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