Coker Recognizes Student-Athletes On Academic Success

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“Academics always come first,” said Anna Schwark, women’s volleyball. “I truly enjoy being a Cobra student-athlete, and that means that we represent our school with our attitude, sportsmanship and academics.”

“The opportunity that Coker has given me is one that I am grateful for,” said Andrew Morris, a junior men’s basketball player from Melbourne, Australia. “It’s important to me to be well-rounded and have a good standing in the academic community as well as representing my team and the school as best I can.”

“As a student-athlete I think it’s important to uphold the image of the college,” said Dylan Bates, a freshman cross country member who is double majoring in mathematics and computer science. “There’s a standard of etiquette that we have to meet. Being a good student is a big part of that.”

“I am very proud of these students who have attained academic and athletic success,” said professor of Spanish Cathy Cuppett. “To achieve in both areas requires dedication, drive and discipline. These students must be committed 24/7 to their goal of excellence. I have taught several academic/athletic high performers; they are a delight to have as students. Their commitment in the classroom makes me enthusiastic about supporting our athletic program as a faculty mentor Cobra Club Board member and fan."

Coker College is a proud supporter of its athletic programs. It is our belief that success is first reached in the classroom and then on the field. We envision all of our athletes as strong players academically as well as athletically. The College is proud of all of our student-athletes who were recognized on the Dean’s List as well as by Conference Carolinas.

“I am proud of our student-athletes’ dedication in the classroom and on the court and field of play,” athletic director Lynn Griffin said. “They are representatives of the type of student-athletes that our coaches are recruiting to study and compete at Coker.  They demonstrate what the true meaning of student-athlete is.”

The Coker College Dean's List was established by the college faculty to honor students who earn a GPA of 3.75 or higher for 12 semester hours of coursework. The Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who have earned a 3.20 GPA for the semester and includes freshman and transfer student-athletes that have participated in either a conference or non-conference sponsored sport.

The Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll is awarded twice a year covering each of the fall and spring academic semesters and is based on meeting the criteria at the end of the previous semester.

Conference Carolinas is a premier NCAA Division II athletics conference made up of 12 schools from North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, King College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, North Greenville University, Pfeiffer University and Queens University of Charlotte.

The following is a list of Coker student-athletes who were named to the Dean's List, the Conference Carolinas Presidential Roll, or both.

Coker College - Dean's List

Baseball

  • Lucas Britt
  • Brendan Burns
  • Zachary Durham
  • Taylor Martin

Men’s Basketball

  • Jonathon Gardner
  • Andrew Morris

Men’s Cross Country

  • Dylan Bates

Men’s Golf

  • Joshua Clay
  • Luke Coates
  • Matthew Kreider
  • Diego Polo

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Ryan Vento

Men’s Soccer

  • Stephen Scrivens
  • Tyler Staub
  • James Sweeney

Men’s Tennis

  • James Corfield

Women’s Basketball

  • Kelley Godbout

Women’s Cross Country

  • Aliese Gregory
  • Devan Williams

Women’s Soccer

  • Kerrie Cribb
  • Sarah Kinsey
  • Melanie McGrath
  • Carrie Stokes

Softball

  • Lauren Brailsford
  • Jaclin Poole
  • Ashley Thompkins

Women’s Volleyball

  • Samantha Celek
  • Jessica Garrett
  • Katelyn McElveen
  • Anna Marie Schwark

Conference Carolinas

Presidential Honor Roll

Baseball

  • Matt Bowman
  • Lucas Britt
  • Jason Broussard
  • Brendan Burns
  • Kevin Cox
  • Zach Durham
  • Cody Ellison
  • Kyle Gallman
  • Andrew Goot
  • Nick Long
  • Taylor Martin
  • James Nader
  • Anthony Nolan
  • TJ Sinnott
  • Frank Suarez
  • Keith Wolf

Men’s Basketball

  • Jonathon Gardner
  • Eren Moses
  • David Short
  • Men’s Cross Country
  • Dylan Bates
  • Thad Sulek

Men’s Golf

  • Josh Clay
  • Luke Coates
  • Jared Crane
  • Matt Kreider
  • Diego Polo
  • Men’s Lacrosse
  • Jordan Hughes
  • Steven Marciano
  • Dylan Marks
  • Ryan Vento
  • Men’s Soccer
  • Anthony Amaya
  • Noah Lascell
  • Atticus Lum
  • Brendan McCarron
  • David Pent
  • Akeem Prendes
  • Tony Quiroz
  • Michael Rice
  • Stephen Scrivens
  • Tyler Staub
  • James Sweeney
  • Matt Taylor

Men’s Tennis

  • James Corfield
  • Manel Estruga

Women’s Basketball

  • Priscilla Fenty
  • Kelley Godbout
  • Heidrun Kristmundsdottir

Women’s Cross Country

  • Caitlyn Driscoll
  • Aliese Gregory
  • Robyn Risher
  • Stephanie Shaw
  • Devan Williams
  • Women’s Golf
  • Sara Allen
  • Jessica McKenzie
  • Mallory Thompkins

Women’s Soccer

  • Rebecca Blackmon
  • Kerrie Cribb
  • Morgan Hartline
  • Sarah Kinsey
  • Melanie McGrath
  • Lizz Morris
  • Emily Morrow
  • Millie Rogers
  • Carrie Stokes

Softball

  • Louise Benton
  • Lauren Brailsford
  • Stacy Burr
  • Alex Cataldo
  • Sarah Fowler
  • Kentesha Jenkins
  • Katie McElveen
  • Kristen Oliver
  • Jaclin Poole
  • Jennifer Sanborn
  • Ashley Thompkins

Women’s Tennis

  • Faith Baxley
  • Cora Berna
  • Alyssa Blanchard
  • Stephanie Medley
  • Kim Surette
  • Women’s Volleyball
  • Brittany Bass
  • Samantha Celek
  • Taylor ClayJ
  • Jessica Garrett
  • Katie McElveen
  • Mindy Morris
  • Anna Schwark
  • Kelly Stine
  • Hannah Vadakin
  • Taylor Willis

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Coker College readies undergraduates for personal and professional success through a distinctive four-year program that emphasizes a practical application of the liberal arts as well as hands-on and discussion-based learning within and beyond the classroom. Coker is ranked among the “Best Colleges” in the South by U.S. News & World Report as well as The Princeton Review. Located in Hartsville, S.C., Coker is within two hours of the cultural, financial and recreational resources of Charlotte, Columbia, Charleston and Myrtle Beach.

 

 
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