NSU Places a Record 128 on 2020 SSC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The Sunshine State Conference office released its 2020 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll presented by Barnes & Noble College on Thursday, and the Nova Southeastern Sharks continued this semester’s trend for academic records, boasting 128 student-athletes on the league Honor Roll, including 20 NSU student-athletes recording a perfect 4.0 GPA in this term.

Overall, a record total of 1,807 Sunshine State Conference student-athletes were named to the 2020 Spring list, while a total of 514 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester across the conference. This spring’s numbers break the previous SSC Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll records of 1,396 student-athletes honored and 259 perfect grade-point averages set in 2019.

This semester’s NSU total also marks a record count for the Sharks in the Spring Honor Roll, surpassing the previous high of 116 in 2019. Across the department, the Sharks had a record-setting semester, turning in a new program-best GPA of 3.40 department-wide for the winter semester.

To be eligible for the Spring SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade-point average of 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Participants in the sports of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s
lacrosse, women’s rowing, baseball, and softball are eligible for the spring honor roll.

Having won 111 Division II National Championships since the league was founded in 1975, SSC’s student-athletes have proven successful in competition in addition to the classroom. Recently, the SSC achieved an Academic Success Rate of 86 percent for the ninth consecutive year.

To view the full 2020 SSC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll, CLICK HERE (PDF).

Below is a list of all the Sharks who received this honor. Those that are bolded and denoted with an asterisk also held a 4.0.
Baseball (18)
Brady Acker (General Studies)
Jason Acker (Legal Studies)
Jarrett Bond (Entrepreneurship)
Nathan Campbell (Engineering)
Nathan Chevalier (Management)
Bryan Diaz (Exercise and Sport Science)
Anthony DiFede (Computer Engineering)
Adan Fernandez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Jarrett Hall (Management)
Bryce Hazzard (Management)
Jarret Krzyzanowski (Exercise and Sport Science)
Andrew Labosky (Exercise and Sport Science)
Olivier Mayrand (Finance)
Cooper Omans (Exercise and Sport Science)
Joey Raffaele (Criminal Justice)
Ray Sanchez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Ricky Shimko (Human Services Administration)
Joe Smeton (Environmental Science Studies)

Men’s Basketball (8)
Carl Alenfall (Management)
Jake Maranville (Marketing)
Eddie Puisis (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Bryce Schneider (Sport and Recreation Management)
Nick Smith (Finance)
Lukas Speidel (Communication)
Matt Weir (Management)
Connor Zinaich (Management)

Women’s Basketball (11)
Maria Bardeeva (International Studies)
Hailey Conley (Criminal Justice)
Makenna Drabick (Sport and Recreation Managment)
Iva Ilic (Finance)
Sarah Kelly* (Leadership [M.S.] )
Julia Kelner* (Mathematics)
Claire McMahon* (Elementary Education)
Skyla Osceola (Exercise and Sport Science)
Clara Prasse (Computer Science)
Annie Santucci (Exercise and Sport Science)
Jordan Tully* (Conflict Analysis & Resolution [M.S.] )

Men’s Golf (8)
Daniel Celestino (Engineering)
Benjamin Hjort (Sport and Recreation Management)
Victor Jimenez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Jamie Markwick (Exercise and Sport Science)
Tomas Millet (Management)
George Mills (Finance)
Emanuel Olofsson (Sport and Recreation Management)
Khush Patel (Finance)

Women’s Golf (5)
Hanna Ahlander (Management)
Valentina Albertazzi (Exercise and Sport Science)
Nicola Fall (Communication)
Sofia Garcia Austt (Management)
Sol Santecchia* (Art and Design)

Softball (11)
Sydney Anderson (General Studies)
Haley Hendricks (Exercise and Sport Science)
Emily Hess (Elementary Education)
Allie Janowiak (Psychology)
Sydney Lageyre* (Exceptional Student Education & Elementary Education)
Ryleigh Langwell (Exercise and Sport Science)
Mayte Lezcano (Biology)
Shannon Maloney (Biology)
Alexis Smith (Exercise and Sport Science)
Alex Suzuki* (National Security Affairs/International Relations [M.S.] )
Stephanie Wang (Psychology)

Men’s Swimming (13)
Aleksei Averchenko (General Studies)
Alec Dawson (Exercise and Sport Science)
Lliam Dolan (Management)
Jacob Gauvain (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Tristan Hichkad (Biology)
Spencer Hohm (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Vincent Lijoi* (Management)
Matteo Masiero (Management)
Magnus Poulsen (Psychology)
Robert Spekis (Marine Biology)
Evan Weber* (Engineering)
Alessandro Xella (Mathematics)
Jonathan Yanello* (Engineering)

Women’s Swimming (26)
Madison Allen* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Liza Buluchevskaya* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Solana Capalbo (Engineering)
Taylor Covington* (Biology)
Tyler Fell* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Caily Friel (Recreational Therapy)
Laurel Gallaudet (Communication)
Kaylee Gassen (Recreational Therapy)
Molly Griswold (Marketing)
Kaitlyn Honnick (Biology)
Maeve Hunt (Environmental Science)
Alison Kopas (Education)
Hannah Kota (Exercise and Sport Science)
Sasha Maslova (Marketing)
Amilia Nusbaum (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Georgia Ogonowski (Exercise and Sport Science)
Leah Orton (Biology)
Hannah Pariseault* (Exceptional Student Education & Elementary Education)
Abigail Schwartz (Public Health)
Emma Sundstedt (Exercise and Sport Science)
Hannah Trieschmann (Political Science)
Jessica Urban (Marine Biology)
Tate Vangellow* (Marine Biology)
Haley Watters (Exercise and Sport Science)
Cassandra Wright (Management)
Elizabeth Zubero (Recreational Therapy)

Women’s Rowing (19)
Brianna Belen (Exercise and Sport Science)
Ava Carollo* (Finance)
Jessica Cavalier (Psychology)
Savanna Duda (Marine Biology)
Freya Epp (Environmental Science)
Claire Holtyn (Marketing)
Emily Jawor (Exercise and Sport Science)
Victoria Kelley (Marine Biology)
Jasmine Morris* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Kassie Moss (Biology)
Gabrielle Orr (Exercise and Sport Science)
Martina Pischedda (Exercise and Sport Science)
Miranda Sadlow (Psychology)
Barbara Sansur (Management)
Mikayla Shelton (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Emily Stewart* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Mikayla Switzer (Biology)
Ayelen Vegas (Management)
Katerina Verbraeken (Exercise and Sport Science)

Women’s Tennis (9)
Ivana Djordjevic (Management)
Diane Follin-Arbelet (Management)
Caitlyn Khan* (Communication)
Isabella Lowrey (Exercise and Sport Science)
Celia Montero Estevan (Exercise and Sport Science)
Chantal Nosievici (Theatre)
Daniela Obando (Exercise and Sport Science)
TingTing Pei (Management)
Karolina Snita (General Studies)

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