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SSC STUDENT-ATHLETES RECEIVE ALL-AMERICAN ACADEMIC HONORS

SSC STUDENT-ATHLETES RECEIVE ALL-AMERICAN ACADEMIC HONORS

The Seminole State College Athletic Department is extremely proud to announce thirty nine student-athletes and four athletic teams have been recognized for their outstanding academic achievements this year by the National Junior College Athletic Association.  The NJCAA All-American Student Athlete Awards are divided into the three groups based on GPA-First Team requires a 4.0 GPA, Second Team requires a GPA between 3.80 and 3.99, and Third Team requires a GPA between 3.60 and 3.79.

SSC Student-Athletes recognized as First Team are- Jamie Clark- Women's Basketball; Briana Davis-Soccer; Mitchell Elliott-Basketball; Teagan Hamilton-Volleyball; Kalli Jones-Soccer; Cameron Kennedy-Basketball; Kaytlyn Kizarr-Softball; Maria Mathews-Volleyball; Katelyn McCarn-Softball; Hanna Pitman-Women's Basketball; Haley Pomplun-Softball and Carly Scallorn- Softball.  Students-Athletes recognized as Second Team are- Hannah Ash-Women's Basketball; Sydney Breckenridge-Volleyball; Lindsay Derricott-Volleyball; Daryian Francher-Soccer; Aleksa Koracin-Basketball; Suni Meely-Softball; Andrew Parker-Tennis; Valentina Ramirez-Women's Tennis; Hayley Reibenspies-Softball; Emily Richasdson-Softball and Hunter White-Softball.  Student-Athletes recognized as Third Team are- Sadi Avants-Softball; Bailey Baker-Women's Golf; Kaitlyn Carroll-Volleyball; Mason Coulston-Golf; Alexis Freeman-Softball; Franki Hull-Softball; Lindsey Hurley-Women's Basketball; Meghan Mickle-Volleyball; Chaz Orr-Baseball; Timothy Reed- Baseball; Molly Reynolds-Women's Tennis; Kaci Richardson- Women's Basketball; Jolie Romine-Softball; McKenna Solberg-Softball; Dembri Weeks-Women's Basketball and Gracee Zito-Volleyball.

Four SSC Athletic Teams have been nominated for Academic Team of the year by sport.  A nomination is given for a team 3.0 GPA. Softball leads the pack with an overall GPA of 3.55, Volleyball posted an impressive 3.44, Women's Tennis respectively earned a 3.32 while the Belles collected a 3.32.  Four other SSC teams narrowly missed the requirement.