SSC Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll Recognizes 86 NSU Student-Athletes

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The Sunshine State Conference recognized 811 student-athletes on the 2022 Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll, present by Barnes & Noble College. The awards were announced Tuesday, February 7, by SSC Commissioner Ed Pasque. In total, 215 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the fall semester.

Nova Southeastern had 86 student-athletes named to the Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll, matching last fall’s program record.

To be eligible for the Fall Sunshine State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade-point average of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. Participants in the sports of men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball were eligible for the honor.

Olivia Aniol* – Psychology
Preslee Brooksbank – Accounting
Jordan Chessar – Biology
Madison Cook – Nursing
Grace Green – Public Health (Certificate)
Amanda Hall – Political Science
Juliana Imbuzeiro – Psychology
Aleyna Kennel* – Supply Chain Management & Operational Systems (Master’s)
Evelyn Kinsch – Human Nutrition
Brittany Landrum* – Psychology
Kate Mihacevich – Property Management and Real Estate
Avery Piatt – Psychology
Elizabeth Price – Exercise and Sports Science
Hailey Smith – Sport and Recreation Management
Taylor Stockman – Biology

Cody Brown – Marketing
Allen Currie* – Nursing
Holden Decker – Entrepreneurship
David Mahnke* – Political Science
Lucas Mardis – Entrepreneurship
Michael May – Finance
Zachary Pizzo* – Chemistry & Biology
Cote Strike – Sport Revenue Generation (Master’s)
Joseph Salerno – Biological Sciences (Master’s)
Adrien Zambaux – Entrepreneurship

Christina Adams – Sport and Recreation Management
Julianna Bassano – Exercise and Sport Science
Lauren Breski – Nursing
Julie Bruggner – Mathematics
Makayla Buenafe – Biology
Kiely Curran – Osteopathic Medicine (Doctorate) & Nutrition (Master’s)
Riley Duffin – Public Health
Kathrine Hirt – Biology
Alexandra Jakubiak* – Human Nutrition
Hillary Moreno Rosales* – Public Health
Grace Moriarty –  Accounting
Corinne Renshaw* -Environmental Science & Marine Biology
Leena Saidi* – Biology
Mackenzie Scordato – Biology
Lia Smerina – Public Health
Kamila Soja – Biology
Eden Toal – Pathway
Kaitlin Whalen – Biology
McKinzie Winget – Nursing

Sam Allardyce – Public Health
Bryan Bakboord – Business Intelligence Analytic (Certificate)
Aleks Berg – Sport Revenue Generation (Master’s)
Paul Boos – Criminal Justice
Nick Brisevac – Process Improvement (Master’s)
Gio Ciocca Vasino – International Business (Master’s)
Manu Cukaj* – Information Technology (Master’s)
Eduardo D’Avino – Nutrition (Master’s)
Andrea Franchetto* – Business (Master’s)
Christian Gorski* – Finance (Master’s)
Santiago Marengo – Management
Massimo Natoli
Theo Ohrwall – Management
Tobias Pellio – Business (Master’s)
Manu Ploner* – Marine Biology
Farid Sar-Sar Cairo – Sport and Recreation Management
Manu Schwarz – Sport and Recreation Management
Josh Sierra – Public Health
Michael Steckmest* – Management
Floris Van Nijnanten – Sport and Recreation Management

Johanna Barth – Family Studies (Certificate)
Annie Bjork* – Human Resource Management (Certificate)
Saga Bjorling – Management
Emma Brown – Sport & Recreation Management
Maria Contreras – Management
Dani Correa – Psychology
Isabel Davis – Marketing
Emma Goldfine – Communications
Sydney Hanson* – Philanthropy and Nonprofit Management (Master’s)
Dejah Holman – Sports Science (Master’s)
Katharina Jüllich – Management (Master’s)
Kristina Maribona* – Psychology
Isabel Martinez – Property Management and Real Estate
Louise Matsgard – Management
Brianna Paige – Forensic Management (Master’s)
Grace Palmer – Finance
Jordyn Pitter – Interdisciplinary Studies
Maria Sanabria – Biology
Jaida Scott – Sports Science (Master’s)
Chama Silva – Communications
Sofia Suarez* – Exercise and Sports Science
Lily Truong* – Sports Science (Master’s)
*= 4.0 grade-point average

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NSU Places 74 Student-Athletes on Fall SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

MELBOURNE, Fla. – In its 2020 Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll presented by Barnes & Noble College released on Monday, the Sunshine State Conference recognized 752 student-athletes from across the league, including 74 from Nova Southeastern University. The Sharks also had 12 student-athletes earn a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Again with a record-setting count of 752 named to the Fall 2020 list, 193 carried a 4.00 for the Fall semester across the conference. The total breaks last year’s 713 and is the eighth consecutive record-setting Fall for the SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
The Sharks exceeded the previous program best by seven, topping 2016’s mark of 67.

To be eligible for the Fall SSC Commissioner’sCommissioner’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 cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball were eligible for the Fall Honor Roll.

Having won 111 Division II National Championships since the league was founded in 1975, SSC’s studentathletes have proven to be successful in the classroom as well. The SSC boasts an Academic Success Rate of 86 percent for the 10th consecutive year.
FULL LISTING2020 Fall SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll (.pdf)

Below is a list of all the Sharks who received this honor for the Fall semester. Those that are bolded and denoted with an asterisk also held a 4.0.

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