A&T Continues To Strive In the Classroom

Courtesy: NC A&T Sports Information
          Release: 07/01/2013
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Reggie Washington, Mark Nales and Estarlin Paulino earned their undergraduate degrees in May. A&T baseball also placed 10 players on the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team. Photo by Dr. Michael Simmons
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GREENSBORO – Sixty-seven North Carolina A&T student-athletes were named to the 2013 MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team, the conference announced. Also, in May, 36 A&T student-athletes earned their undergraduate degrees.

To earn all-academic honors, student-athletes with an academic standing of sophomore or higher must maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better through the 2012-13 season.

 Cheerleading put 13 of its members on the list, while baseball had 10 players earn academic honors. The Aggies football team graduated 11 players in May.

North Carolina A&T’s 2013 MEAC Commissioner’s
All-Academic Team Members

Baseball (10): William Carter (History), Andrew Cook (Liberal Studies), James Harris (Graphic Communications/Technology Studies), Dylan Hipp (MFG Systems), Stefan Jordan (Journalism & Mass Communications), Dairio Little (Sports Science & Fitness Management), Darrin Meaders (Mechanical Engineering), Devin Moore (Criminal Justice), Mark Nales (Criminal Justice), Reginald Washington (Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Bowling (2): Amber Brown (Chemical Engineering), Cherise Poole (Computer Science)
Cheerleading (13): Melisa Abernathy (Speech), Jytavia Broome (Management), Jayda Bussey-Spratling (Laboratory Animal Science), Janay Campbell (Psychology), Kristian Dixon (Accounting), Arnecia Gallop (Pre-Nursing), Tas’Mirr Hall (Liberal Studies), Qadera Malveaux (Computer Engineering), Erin Martin (Elementary Education), Quanetra Respass (Industrial & Systems Engineering), Gloria Smith (Sports Science & Fitness Management), Martinee Stewart (Elementary Education), Randi Wilson (Architectural Engineering)
Football (4): Travis Crosby (Criminal Justice), Christopher Neal (Sports Science & Fitness Management), William Robinson III (Journalism & Mass Communications), Quentin Todd (Journalism & Mass Communications)
Men’s Basketball (1): Dominique Behonh-Tolly (Mathematics),
Men’s Track and Field (6):
Ashanti Foster-Felder (Computer Science), Christian Harrison (Management), Reginald Hayes (Industrial & Systems Engineering), Saeed Jones (Civil Engineering), Jeffrey Lewis (Sports Science & Fitness Management), Olumese Omozokpia (Accounting)

Softball (5): Zabresha Blakeney (Marketing), Ashira Dobison (Psychology), Sabrina Edmonds (Pre-Nursing), Tranea Jones (Social Work), Raven Smith (Pre-Nursing)

Swimming (6): Erika Eisenman (Social Work), Christian Hill (Visual Arts/Design), Aarin Miles (Psychology), LaBraya Milton (Biology), Sarah Simmons (Accounting), Dominique Smith (Family & Consumer Sciences)  
Women’s Basketball (5): Ariel Bursey (Biology), Tracy King (Graphic Communications/Technology), Jessica Lyons (Biology), Adriana Nazario (Psychology), Jasmine Parker (Psychology)
Women’s Tennis (5): Victorea Austin (Sociology), April Burrage (Marketing), Kenya Colbert (Sports Science/Fitness Management), Kendra Esparza-Harris (Animal Science), Chloe McSwain (Romance Language/Literature)
Women’s Track and Field (6): Janessa Benn (Civil Engineering), Ariana Betts (Mechanical Engineering), Natalia Bygrave (Psychology), Sydni Cobb (Mechanical Engineering), Kristin Rush (Journalism & Mass Communications), Juanita Weaver (Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Volleyball (4): Andrea Evans (Food & Nutritional Science), Chelsea Fox (Pre-Nursing), Destinee Locklear (Physics), Devonte’ Reese (Political Science)  

2013 Graduating Seniors

Baseball (5): Eric Chiz, Darrin Meaders, Mark Nales, Reginald Washington, Christopher Andrews
Football (11): Benjamin Binder, Edward Hill, Allen Jones, Christopher Kennedy, Tony Mashburn, Michael Mayhew, Mark Newton, Jermarion Pegues, Donta Prince, Xavier Robinson, Torrian Warren
Men’s Basketball (1): Dominique Behonh-Tolly
Men’s Track and Field (5): Jarrell Elliot, Steven Liggins, Paris Reddick-Simmons, Darryl Williams, Torrance Womack
Softball (1): Ashira Dobison
Swimming (1): Lauren Bowling
Women’s Tennis (4): April Burrage, Cayla Cross, Kendra Esparza-Harris, Chloe McSwain
Women’s Track and Field (6):
Ariana Betts, Samira Johnson, Jenea McCammon, Kristin Rush, Juanita Weaver, Camille Wilkerson
Volleyball (2): Andrea Evans, Devonte’ Reese

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