Winter Academic Honor Roll Announced

SEC recognizes standout Vanderbilt student-athletes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Vanderbilt was very well represented on the SEC’s Winter Academic Honor roll, as announced Wednesday by SEC commissioner Greg Sankey.

The SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll includes the league-sponsored sports of basketball, equestrian, gymnastics and swimming and diving. It is based on grades from the 2018 spring, summer and fall terms.

Student-Athlete (Sport • Major)
Ejike Obinna (Men’s Basketball • Human and Organizational Development)
Isaiah Rice (Men’s Basketball • Economics)
Matt Ryan (Men’s Basketball • Economics)
Yanni Wetzell (Men’s Basketball • Economics)
Bree Horrocks (Women’s Basketball • Child Studies)
Autumn Newby (Women’s Basketball • Medicine, Health, and Society • Psychology)
Cierra Walker (Women’s Basketball • Psychology • Child Studies)
Braeden Abrahamsen (Bowling • Human and Organizational Development • Sociology)
Samantha Gainor (Bowling • Economics)
Bryanna Leyen (Bowling • Elementary Education • Human and Organizational Development)
Jordan Newham (Bowling • Human and Organizational Development)
Lauren Potechin (Bowling • Mechanical Engineering)
Kristin Quah (Bowling • Biomedical Engineering • Electrical Engineering)
Emily Rigney (Bowling • Economics)
Adel Wahner (Bowling • Medicine, Health, and Society • Psychology)
Mary Beckwith (Swimming • Medicine, Health, and Society)
Lauren Bergmann (Swimming • Mechanical Engineering)
Kaley Buchanan (Swimming • Economics • Human and Organizational Development)
Eun Sol Chon (Swimming • Neuroscience)
Madison Eaker (Swimming • Electrical Engineering)
Brooke Ellis (Swimming • Communication of Science and Technology)
Johanna Goldblatt (Swimming • Human and Organizational Development)
Lindsey Gordon(Swimming • Neuroscience)
Paige Hamilton (Swimming • Cognitive Studies)
Lara Hernandez-Tome (Swimming • Public Policy Studies • Spanish)
Hannah Hunt (Swimming • Medicine, Health, and Society)
Selah Peacock (Swimming • Communication Studies)
Reagan Roob (Swimming • Economics • History)
Namilla Sanchez (Swimming • Cinema and Media Arts • Communication Studies)
Breinne Thorne (Swimming • Human and Organizational Development)