A total of 524 University of Georgia student-athletes received a grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 or higher for the fall 2018 semester and were named to the J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Honor Roll for the fall term. Out of the 524 on the honor roll, 10 student-athletes garnered Presidential Scholar honors for finishing fall semester with a 4.00 GPA or higher while taking 14 or more hours. This year’s list of Presidential Scholars includes: women’s swimmers Ellie Crump (Dunwoody, Ga.) and Jordan Stout (St. Louis, Mo.); women’s tennis player Elena Christofi (Athens, Greece); equestrian riders Jessica Blum (Gormley, Ontario), Sarah Finkel (Walnut Creek, Calif.), Emma Mandarino (Bedminister, N.J.) and Alexis Mougalian (Richland, Mich.); baseball player Ryan Avidano (Peachtree City, Ga.). Eleven Georgia student-athletes completed the 2018 fall semester with a perfect 4.0 GPA, including: women’s track and field members Jessica Drop (Durham, Conn.), Samantha Drop (Durham Conn.), Kayla Smith (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Tiffany Yue (Lawrenceville, Ga.); baseball player Christian Ryder (Acworth, Ga.); equestrian rider Stella Martin (Marietta, Ga.); soccer team members Mollie Belisle (Atlanta, Ga.) and Caroline Chipman (Atlanta, Ga.); softball player Amanda Ablan (Lawrenceville, Ga.); women’s swimmer Eva Merrell (Newport Beach, Calif.); volleyball player Kendall Glover (Phoenix, Ariz.). In addition, 133 student-athletes on the J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Honor Roll received Dean’s List honors, earning a 3.50 GPA or higher while take 14 or more hours. These students are: baseball players Timothy Elliott* (Loganville, Ga.), Riley King (Lawrenceville, Ga.), CJ Smith (Royston, Ga.) and Cole Tate (Bishop, Ga.); football team members Rodrigo Blankenship (Marietta, Ga.), Patrick Bond* (Milton, Ga.), Tommy Bush (Schertz, Texas), Tyson Campbell (Plantation, Fla.), Owen Condon* (Oklahoma City, Okla.), JT Dooley (Dallas, Texas), Edward Ferguson (Athens, Ga.), Jackson Harris (Columbia, Tenn.), Prather Hudson (Columbus, Ga.), Kearis Jackson (Fort Valley, Ga.), Jonathan Ledbetter (Tucker, Ga.), Peyton Mercer (Twin City, Ga.), Miles Miccichi (Atlanta, Ga.), Cameron Moore (Alpharetta, Ga.), Josh Moran (Alpharetta, Ga.), Hugh Nelson (Powder Springs, Ga.), Jack Podlesny (St Simons Island, Ga.), Bill Rubright (Atlanta, Ga.) and Charlie Woerner (Tiger, Ga.); men’s golf athletes John Catanzaro (Gadsden, Ala.), Jack Larkin (Atlanta, Ga.), David Mackey (Bogart, Ga.) and Davis Thompson (Auburn, Ala.); men’s swimmers Andrew Abruzzo (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.), Blake Atmore (Alpharetta, Ga.), Teagan Cheney (Danville, Calif.), Jack Dalmolin (Cumming, Ga.), Luke Durocher (Fredericksburg, Va.), Jackson Ford (Johns Creek, Ga.), James Guest (Baie-D’urfe, Montreal), Caleb Harrington* (Knoxville, Tenn.), Colin Monaghan (Gainesville, Ga.), Colin Riley (Marietta, Ga.), Billy Rothery (Kennesaw, Ga.) and Keegan Walsh (Lawrenceville, Ga.); men’s tennis players Sam Dromsky* (Augusta, Ga.), Walker Duncan*(Atlanta, Ga.), Robert Loeb* (Hilton Head, S.C.) and Alexander Phillips (Peachtree City, Ga.); men’s track and field athletes Quinton Burden* (Atlanta, Ga.), Tyler Fox (Suwanee, Ga.), Jeramey Hampton (Suwanee, Ga.), Michael Hans (Watkinsville, Ga.), Tyler Jones (Bogart, Ga.), Michael Malkowski* (Baltimore, Md.), Samuel Milton* (Alpharetta, Ga.), Jonathan Pelham (Lagrange, Ga.), Ryan Peppenhorst (Cumming, Ga.), Davis Stockwell (Atlanta, Ga.), Nicholas Yanek* (Bettendorf, Iowa) and Ziggy Zoller (Atlanta, Ga.); equestrian riders Madison Anger (Clyde Hill, Wash.), Grace Bridges (Carthage, Texas), Colleen Bridges* (Eatonton, Ga.), Kaitlin Dierks (Bothwell, Wash.), Madeline Fiorante* (Tigard, Ore.), Samantha Gastelum* (Coto De Cazi, Calif.), Kendall Gill* (Leesburg, Ga.), Isabelle Heckler*(Colts Neck, N.J.), Lauren Hull (Canfield, Ohio), Sydney Hutchins (Westlake Village, Calif.), Kathryn Jernick* (Peconic, N.Y.), Kathryn Kramer* (Menlo Park, Calif.), Miller Lantis (Corunna, Mich.), Margaret Lemons* (Salt Lake City, Utah), Sara Lewis* (Washington, Ind.), Mckenzie Maloney (Atlanta, Ga.), Jaden Olson* (Parker, Colo.), Catherine Ray (Berwyn, Pa.), Annalise Reed (Grosse Pointe, Mich.), Carly Reinsel (Alpharetta, Ga.), Kadie Sanford* (Cumming, Ga.), Alexa Schwartz (Boca Raton, Fla.), Natalie Stoyko* (The Woodlands, Texas), Graysen Stroud* (Snohomish, Wash.) and Alison Tritschler (Southport, Conn.); women’s golf athlete Kelsey Kurnett (Alpharetta, Ga.); gymnasts Alexa Al-hameed (Ames, Iowa), Rachel Dickson (Canton, Mich.) and Megan Roberts (Toronto, Canada); Soccer players Ashley Andersen (Clifton, Va.), Anna Bougas (Grayson, Ga.), Kerri Cook (Greshman, Ore.), Kerry Manion (Westlake Village, Calif.) and Isabella Ponzi (Alexandria, Va.); Softball players Mary Wilson Avant* (Macon, Ga.), Kylie Bass (Gray, Ga.), Jordan Doggett (McDonough, Ga.), Alysen Febrey (Peachtree City, Ga.) and Savana Sikes (Douglasville, Ga.); women’s swimmers Caroline Aikins (Cumming, Ga.), Katherine Aikins (Cumming, Ga.), Olivia Anderson* (Mississauga, Ontario), Mckensi Austin* (Castle Rock, Colo.), Donna Blaum (Fayetteville, Ga.), Portia Brown* (Broadview Heights, Ohio), Olivia Carter* (Greensboro, N.C.), Callie Dickinson*(Virginia Beach, Va.), Allison Greene* (Tallahassee, Fla.), Kelliann Howell (Moultrie, Ga.), Addison Kelly (Jefferson, Ga.), Katherine Parker (Lawrenceville, Ga.), Sandra Scott (Midway, Ga.) and Julia Von Biberstein (Atlanta, Ga.); women’s tennis players Annette Goulak* (Oak Park, Calif.) and Meg Kowalski (Chicago, Ill.); women’s track and field athletes Emma Bagwellm (Alpharetta, Ga.), Imani Carothers* (Harvey, Ill.), Emily Doherty (Athens, Ga.), Yanely Gomez (Lawrenceville, Ga.), Ansley Heavern* (Dunwoody, Ga.), Courtney Long* (Acworth, Ga.), Emma Maisel (Cumming, Ga.), Tairyn Montgomery* (Los Angeles, Calif.), Marie Therese Obst (Oslo, Norway), Amber Tanner* (Brentwood, Tenn.), Grace Tavani (Roswell, Ga.), Mary Terry* (Norcross, Ga.) and Chelsea Zoller (Atlanta, Ga.); volleyball players Sydney Gilliam (Hendersonville, N.C.), Mallory Hernandez (Fishers, Ind.), Katie Houser (Winchester, Va.), Anna Kate Karstens (Hattiesburg, Miss.), Sarah Lagler-Clark (Mississauga, Ontario), Sage Naves (Agoura Hills, Calif.), Kayla Rivera (Ventura, Calif.) and Claire Rothenberger (Aurora, Ill.). Lastly, 116 Georgia student-athletes capped the fall 2018 term with 3.00-3.49 GPAs. These individuals include: baseball players John Cable (Roswell, Ga.), Riley Crean (Athens, Ga.), Justin Glover (Buford, Ga.), Emerson Hancock (Cairo, Ga.), Randon Jernigan (Brunswick, Ga.), Zac Kristofak (Marietta, Ga.), Mason Meadows (Roswell, Ga.), Darryn Pasqua (Rocky Face, Ga.), Will Proctor (Manhattan Beach, Calif.), Aaron Schunk (Atlanta, Ga.), Cameron Shepherd (Duluth, Ga.), LJ Talley (Folkston, Ga.), Connor Tate (Bishop, Ga.) and Cole Wilcox (Chickamauga, Ga.); men’s basketball athletes Connor O'Neill (Roswell, Ga.) and Ignas Sargiunas (Kaunas, Lithuania); football players Trey Blount (Atlanta, Ga.), Latavious Brini (Miami Gardens, Fla.), Matthew Downing (Alpharetta, Ga.), John Eager (Valdosta, Ga.), Warren Ericson (Suwanee, Ga.), John Fitzpatrick (Atlanta, Ga.), Sean Fogarty (Savannah, Ga.), Jake Fromm (Warner Robins, Ga.), Daniel Gothard (Dunwoody, Ga.), Mecole Hardman (Bowman, Ga.), Palmer Henderson (Valdosta, Ga.), Garrett Jones (Albany, Ga.), David Marshall (Thomaston, Ga.), Jordon McKinney (Dalton, Ga.), Isaac Nauta (Buford, Ga.), Christopher Smith (Atlanta, Ga.), Channing Tindall (Columbia, S.C.), Steven Van Tiflin (Saginaw, Mich.), D'andre Walker (Fairburn, Ga.), Payne Walker (Suwanee, Ga.) and Blake Watson (Roswell, Ga.); men’s golf team members Will Kahlstorf (Watkinsville, Ga.), Calum Masters (Headland, Ala.) and Trevor Phillips (Inman, S.C.); men’s swimmers Alexander Bemiller (Atlanta, Ga.), Aidan Burns (Saratoga, Calif.), Charles Clifton (Nashville, Tenn.), Bradley Dunham (Hoschton, Ga.), Clayton Forde (Louisville, Ky.), Joshua Getty (Marietta, Ga.), Kevin Miller (Ithaca, N.Y.) and Gregory Reed (Roanoke, Va.); men’s tennis athletes Alex Diaz (Athens, Ga.) and Jan Zielinski (Warsaw, Poland); men’s track and field athletes John Bradley (Duluth, Ga.), Alejandro Collins (Peachtree City, Ga.), Denzel Comenentia (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Johannes Erm (Tallinn, Estonia), Elija Godwin (Covington, Ga.), Jonathan Raines (Macon, Ga.), Nathaniel Reichard (Duluth, Ga.), Darr Smith (Atlanta, Ga.), Austin Sprague (Dunwoody, Ga.) and Karel Tilga (Tartu, Estonia); women’s basketball players Donnetta Johnson (Queens, N.Y.), Que Morrison (Riverdale, Ga.) and Caliya Robinson (Marietta, Ga.); equestrian members Kathryn Anderson (Knoxville, Tenn.), Charlotte Anguiano (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), Courtney Blumer (Monroe, N.C.), Emily Clark (Castle Rock, Colo.), Addy Cullum (Cayce, S.C.), Madeline Epstein (Miami, Fla.), Chaney Getchell (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.), Anna Hutlas (Shreveport, La.), Lexie Lane (Canton, Ga.), Emily Leins (Mclean, Va.), Alyssa Luckhardt (Saline, Mich.), Sarah McDonald (Asheville, N.C.), Madison Newman (Wellington, Fla.), Lila Owens (Winter Park, Fla.), Taylor Staton (Cumming, Ga.), Catherine Sullivan (Locust Valley, N.C.), Shaelyn Vering (Scribbler, Neb.) and Danielle Walawender (Seaville, N.J.); women’s golf athletes Gabriela Coello (Maracay, Venezuela) and Bailey Tardy (Peachtree Corners, Ga.); gymnasts Sterlyn Austin (Thomasville, Ga.), Samantha Davis (Cranford, N.J.), Marissa Oakley (Huntersville, N.C.) and Alyssa Perez-Lugones (Duluth, Ga.); soccer players Liz Brucia (Westfield, N.J.), Keely Cartrett (Suwanee, Ga.), Kristen Edmond (Suwanee, Ga.), Shelly McQuaid (Roswell, Ga.), Hale Otto (McKinney, Texas), Daria Stan (Augusta, Ga.) and Cecily Stoute (Atlanta, Ga.); softball athletes Tyler Armistead (Butler, Ala.), Lacey Fincher (Tanner Williams, Ala.), CJ Landrum (Fort Worth Texas), Madison McPherson (Plains, Ga.), Justice Milz (Kearney, Mo.), Keara Napoli (Alpharetta, Ga.), Shelby Suplee (Cumming, Ga.), Jacqui Switzer (Grayson, Ga.) and Janice Webb (Demorest, Ga.); women’s swimmers Veronica Burchill (Carmel, Ind.), Mary Claire Cardwell (Madison, Ga.), Sofia Carnevale (Mississauga, Ontario), Caitlin Casazza (High Point, N.C.), Danielle Della Torre (Watkinsville, Ga.), Alexis Glunn (Marietta, Ga.), Courtney Harnish (York, Pa.) and Freida Lim (Singapore, Singapore); women’s tennis players Lordes Carle (Daireaux, Argentina), Morgan Coppoc (Tulsa, Okla.), Katarina Jokic (Novi Grad, Basnia) and Vivian Wolff (Atlanta, Ga.); women’s track and field athletes Tara Davis (Agoura Hills, Calif.), Skylar English (Dacula, Ga.), Sakari Famous (Pembroke, Bermuda), Katie Jackson (Auburn, Ala.), Makenzi Kopp (Jacksonville, Ga.), Sterling Lester (Marietta, Ga.), Titiana Marsh (Chester, Va.), Nicole Pachuta (Watkinsville, Ga.), Marisa Petit (Braselton, Ga.), Bailey Weiland (Atlanta, Ga.) and Jayda Woods (Cold Spring, Minn.); volleyball players Majesti Bass (Conyers, Ga.), Meghan Donovan (St. Louis, Mo.), Dalaney Hans (Marietta, Ga.) and Rachel Ritchie (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.).