The Commodore baseball squad followed with 10 of its student-athletes making the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Arkansas led the way in the SEC with 22 of its student-athletes being selected.
Also leading the conference was Vanderbilt's women's tennis team, which had eight student-athletes honored on the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Next up behind the Commodores with seven honorees were Kentucky and South Carolina.
Vanderbilt's men's golf team had five of its student-athletes selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. The five honorees were three behind the eight that South Carolina had and tied the Commodores with four other schools for second place.
Rounding out the Vanderbilt contingent was the men's tennis team, which had four student-athletes named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. South Carolina led all men's tennis squads with seven honorees.
To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must: 1) have a 3.0 grade point average for either the past year (two semesters or three quarters) or a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for their career; 2) be a sophomore or higher in terms of academic classification; and 3) have 24 semester or 36 quarter hours toward a degree. The 2003 SEC Academic Honor Rolls are based on grades from the 2001-2002 academic calendar.
Women's Track (15) Name Class Major Amanda Burcham Sophomore Arts&Sciences Lena Babaeva Junior Anthropology/Psychology Mary Baldwin Junior Neuroscience Vensherrie Campbell Junior Human & Organizational Development Angeline Cione Sophomore Mechanical Engineering Rachel Roberts Dixon Sophomore Arts&Sciences Kyshia Ewing Grad Engineering Science/Economics Marlena Justak Junior Biomedical Engineering Farrah Kohorst Junior Human & Organizational Development Kylene Kownurko Grad Biomedical Engineering Vanessa Lagios Junior Human & Organizational Development Anne Machalinski Grad English Cyndy Merse Senior Chemical Engineering Paige Roberts Sophomore Human & Organizational Development Jocelyn Theriault Junior Communications/Spanish Baseball (10) Name Class Major Dean Bennett Grad Political Science John Kaye Senior History Sean Leullwitz Grad Human & Organizational Development Jeffrey Little Grad Molecular Biology Chris Maultsby Senior Human & Organizational Development Karl Nonemaker Senior Human & Organizational Development John Prothro Grad Interdisciplinary Communication Jay Smith Senior Economics Paul Stempel Junior Math/Political Science Scott Vanderhoff Grad Human & Organizational Development Women's Golf (9) Name Class Major Nicki Cutler Senior Human & Organizational Development Joni Gossett Sophomore Human & Organizational Development Sarah Jacobs Junior Elementary Education/Human & Organizational Development Kim Kindig Junior Political Science/Spanish Annie Kirkland Grad Interdisciplinary Communication Leticia Lanham Grad Communication Studies Meredith Ward Grad Engineering Science/Economics Courtney Wood Sophomore Human & Organizational Development Veronica Yatco Sophomore Arts & Sciences Women's Tennis (8) Name Class Major Katherine Blaszak Sophomore Arts & Sciences Kate Burson Grad History Anne Menees Sophomore Child Development Jennifer Miller Grad Psychology Sarah Riske Senior Psychology Kelly Schmandt Junior Public Policy Studies Korrin Scott Junior Neuroscience Aleke Tsoubanos Junior Human & Organizational Development Men's Golf (5) Name Class Major Mark Donnell Sophomore Human & Organizational Development Craig Dunlap Senior Economics Lance Goodson Sophomore Chemical Engineering Ben McClung Sophomore Human & Organizational Development Jeff Yeckes Grad Economics Men's Tennis (4) Name Class Major Scott Brown Sophomore Cognitive Studies Zachary Dailey Junior Political Science Chad Harris Junior Engineering Science Joshua Tarkoff Senior Chemistry/Economics