Five Commodores Named to the 2002 SEC Women's Basketball Academic Honor Roll 2/26/02

Five Commodores were named to the 2002 SEC Women's Basketball Academic Honor Roll today, including Jillian Danker, Zuzi Klimesova, Jackie Munch, Katie Smith and Candice Storey. A total of 40 student-athletes were named to the list.

The 2002 Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2000-01 academic calendar. To be eligible, a student-athlete must have a 3.0 grade point average for either the past year or a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for their career and be a sophomore or higher in terms of academic classification.

Vanderbilt leads the SEC in its graduation rate for all-student athletes and the women's basketball team has been especially successful, placing 40 student-athletes on the SEC Academic Honor Roll 79 times. The women's basketball team boasts four NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winners and five Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans.

2002 SEC Women's Basketball Academic Honor Roll
Celia Anderson Arkansas 3.02 Communications
Shanna Harmon Arkansas 3.00 Communications
Wendi Willets Arkansas 3.28 Kinesiology
Natasha Hamilton Auburn 3.00 Human Development and Family Studies
Tombi Bell Florida 3.01 Sport Management
Monique Cardenas Florida 3.29 Criminology
Lindsey DeLoach Florida 4.00 Decision and Information Sciences
Misty Knight Florida 3.00 Commercial Recreation
Brandi McCain Florida 3.15 Visual Art Studies
Kelly Stevenson Florida 3.52 Sport Management
Mary Beth Lycett Georgia 3.07 Finance
Coco Miller Georgia 3.42 Biology
Kelly Miller Georgia 3.43 Biology
Tina Taylor Georgia 3.31 Accounting
Angela Young Kentucky 3.00 Pre-Accounting
Stacey Newton LSU 3.50 Kinesiology
Kesha Tardy LSU 3.30 Sociology
Allison Weiner LSU 3.21 Political Science
Shayla Day Ole Miss 3.33 Journalism
Von Kir Ole Miss 3.08 Elementary Education
Tashondrea Moton Ole Miss 3.62 Marketing
Stephanie Murphy Ole Miss 3.33 Exercise Science
Becky Myatt Ole Miss 3.46 Exercise Science
Jennifer Fambrough Miss State 3.55 Accounting
Megan O'Nan Miss State 3.55 Educational Psychology
Meadow Overstreet Miss State 3.70 Art
Crishna Hill South Carolina 3.18 Business
Linda Hoglund South Carolina 3.14 Business
Kelly Morrone South Carolina 3.27 Sport Administration
Shannon Segres South Carolina 3.45 Nursing
Petra Ujhelyi South Carolina 3.00 Business
Tamika Catchings Tennessee 3.19 Sport Management
Sarah Edwards Tennessee 3.83 Exercise Science
Kyra Elzy Tennessee 3.23 Human Performance and Sport Studies
Kara Lawson Tennessee 3.85 General Business
April McDivitt Tennessee 3.16 Arts and Sciences
Semeka Randall Tennessee 3.50 Sport Management
Jillian Danker Vanderbilt 3.24 Communication Studies
Zuzana Klimesova Vanderbilt 3.81 Human and Organizational Studies/Russian
Jackie Munch Vanderbilt 3.75 Interdiscipline Neuroscience
Kate Smith Vanderbilt 3.22 Special Education
Candice Storey Vanderbilt 3.63 Human Development Counseling


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