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Student-athletes recognized for academic achievements

Several Seminole State College of Florida student-athletes have been recognized for their performance in the classroom during the 2015-16 season.

The students have been recognized by the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) for their academic achievements and named to the 2015-16 FCSAA All-Academic Team.

In order to be selected, students must achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher, with at least 18 college credit hours for the year. 

Seminole State 2015-16 FCSAA All-Academic Team:

Baseball: 

  • D’Andre Knight
  • Andrew Lindsay
  • Aaron Norman
  • Mitch McKown

Softball: 

  • Stevanna Ames
  • Jordan Davis
  • Kate Kelly
  • Brooke Kershner
  • Megan Langham
  • Claudia Pizzarelli
  • Harley Sage
  • Katelyn Schwartz
  • Kristen Wong

Golf:

  • Josephine Garton
  • Kristen Wong

“I am proud of our Raider Student-Athletes for their success in the classroom as well as in competition.  Congratulations to Head Baseball Coach Mike Nicholson,  Head Softball Coach Courtney Miller, and Women’s Golf Head Coach Christa Teno, who provide our students with the support they need to exceed in their academic endeavors,” said Kurt Esser, Seminole State College Athletic Director.

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