Wabash Lands 37 Student-Athletes on 2014-2015 NCAC Academic Honor Roll

Thirty-seven Wabash College student-athletes were named to the 2014-15 North Coast Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

A student-athlete must be at least a sophomore on an active roster in a sport sponsored by the NCAC and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher to be selected to the honor roll.

The following Little Giants received academic honor roll:

Carter Adams – Swimming & Diving

Ollie Bauer – Cross Country and Track & Field

Steve Batchelder – Swimming & Diving

Ollie Bauer – Football

Collin Bell – Golf

Thomas Blaich – Track & Field

Josh Bleisch – Swimming & Diving

Trenton Brazel – Football

Austin Burton – Basketball

AJ Clark – Football

Eddie Cmehil – Football

Evan Coudriet – Soccer

Ethan Dove – Soccer

Ryan Guerrettaz – Track & Field

Mazin Hakim – Tennis

Houston Hodges – Basketball and Football

Ryan Horner – Cross Country and Track & Field

Fabian House – Cross Country and Track & Field

Reno Jamison – Track & Field and Football

Jordan Johnson – Basketball

Steve Magura – Soccer

Billy McManus – Cross Country and Track & Field

Nick Minaudo – Tennis

Adam Neal – Track & Field

Michael Nemeth – Swimming & Diving

Tyler Owensby – Baseball

Scott Purucker – Lacrosse

Daniel Purvlicis – Basketball

Harrison Schafer – Tennis

Daniel Scofield – Basketball

Brock Smith – Football

Paul Snyder – Baseball

Chris Stazinski– Track & Field

Kyle Stucker – Football

Wyatt Tarter – Swimming & Diving

Bryan Tippmann – Track & Field

Mason Zurek – Football

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Swimming news courtesy of Wabash College Athletics.

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