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The President's Honor Roll requires a cumulative 3.80 GPA over 24-plus semester hours.
Forty-three named to UND Presidentís Honor Roll
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Updated: Saturday 06/13/2014 09:19:46 (ET)
by Jenna Jorgensen, UND Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Forty-three University of North Dakota student-athletes have earned a place on UND’s Spring 2014 President’s Honor Roll for sustained academic excellence. On Thursday, UND Athletics announced that sixty-seven student-athletes were named to the Spring 2014 Dean’s List.

A position on the President’s Honor Roll is awarded to undergraduate students who obtain an overall cumulative grade point average of 3.80 or higher over the course of at least 24 semester hours. The student must have earned at least 12 semester hours of academic work by the close of the semester, with a minimum of eight hours accounting for traditional letter grades rather than “satisfactory/unsatisfactory.”

Both active student-athletes who have completed their most recent athletic season as well as student-athletes who have since drained their athletic eligibility but are continuing towards degree completion are included in the following list.

Spring 2014 President’s Honor Roll:
Shelby Amsley-Benzie (hockey), Ian Ballantyne (swimming), Cami Bennett (softball), Carly Bertsch (track/cross country), Hailey Brinkman (track), Siri Burck (basketball), Alyssa Carlson (tennis), Kelsey Cartwright (soccer), Lauren Clarke (volleyball), Colin Cottingham (track/cross country), Cataldo DiDonna (cross country), Ethan Doll (swimming), Trent Egan (baseball), Tanja Eisenschmid (hockey), Jimmy Evers (track), Johanna Fallman (hockey), Ashley Fedie (track), Steph Frey (swimming), Isaiah Frohling (track), Courtney Funk (swimming), Jenna Gillson (track), Kim Granata (softball), Darian Hedland (track), Aubrey Hovland (track), Jaymie Jackson (soccer), Ellen Kiser (basketball), Halli Krzyzaniak (hockey), McKenzie Lee (cross country), Lydia Lutz (track/cross country), Luke Mathewson (football), Nick Mattson (hockey), Jared Michel (track), Rachel Miesbauer (track), Chelsea Moser (volleyball, track), Zach Muckenhirn (baseball), Nate Peterson (track/cross country), Kelsey Richels (swimming), Carly Rothfusz (basketball), Nicole Smart (basketball), Rachel Thorstenson (diving), Allison Tonsager (swimming), Kaylin VanDomelen (softball), Cassie Walth (swimming)

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