Eleven Named to GSC’s All-Academic Team

By: VSU Sports Communications
By: VSU Sports Communications

Birmingham, AL -- The Valdosta State spring sports represented VSU at its best with a Gulf South Conference high 11 student-athletes named to the GSC’s All-Academic Team. Thirty-four VSU student-athletes earned a high enough grade point average to be listed on the GSC Academic Honor Roll.

Valdosta State softball led the way with five players earning All-Academic Team honors. Marti Littlefield earned her third consecutive Academic All-GSC award while Natalia Morozova was a unanimous selection this season. Littlefield earned a 3.29 in exercise physiology while Morozova earned a 3.63 GPA in international business.

Another VSU senior infielder to make the list was April Hutchens. She finished with a 3.36 in deaf education. Outside of the softball seniors, two underclassmen made the list with junior outfielder Morgan Johnson earning a 3.66 in nursing while sophomore pitcher and Elite 89 Award winner Brianna Hancock notched a 3.95 in business administration.

Women’s tennis placed three on the squad with Juliana Boehm, Michelle Fischer and Alina Nagel. All three were All-GSC selections this season but still managed strong GPAs. Boehm earned a 3.34 in exercise physiology. Fischer notched a 3.82 in psychology and Nagel earned a 3.76 in business administration.

Each of the men’s sports placed one student-athlete on the squad. Men’s tennis player Konstantin Kutschenko was a unanimous selection with a 3.71 GPA in psychology for his second honor on the All-Academic GSC squad. Representing baseball was Chaz Bagwell, another unanimous selection making his second team. He earned a 3.53 in marketing. Rounding out the VSU representatives on the All-Academic GSC squad was Austin Graham. The sophomore earned a 3.37 in finance.

In addition to leading the conference in All-Academic GSC selections, Valdosta State also led the GSC in softball and women’s tennis Academic Honor Roll honorees.

Below are all VSU student-athletes to be named to the GSC Academic Honor Roll:

Junior Chaz Bagwell – 3.53 in Marketing
Junior Zack John – 3.50 in Graphic Design
Sophomore Brent Nelson – 3.65 in Marketing
Junior Ben Watson – 3.50 in Business Management

Freshman Courtney Albritton – 4.00 in Middle Grades Education
Sophomore April Collins – 3.04 in Physical Education
Senior Julia Fink – 3.82 in Biology
Sophomore Brianna Hancock – 3.95 in Business Administration
Senior April Hutchens – 3.36 in Deaf Education
Freshman Fran Johnson – 4.00 in Chemistry
Junior Morgan Johnson – 3.66 in Nursing
Senior Marti Littlefield – 3.29 in Exercise Physiology
Senior Natalia Morozova – 3.63 in International Business
Freshman Angela O’Connor – 3.58 in Interior Design
Junior Ashley Steinhilber – 3.55 in Biology
Sophomore Erika Trojan – 3.46 in Psychology
Junior Sarah Vaughn – 3.07 in Exercise Physiology
Senior Clare Wamsley – 3.20 in Early Childhood Special Ed

Men’s Tennis
Freshman Tammo Haake – 3.25 in International Business
Senior Christian Hansen – 3.04 in Business Management
Freshman Sebastian Jasyk – 3.29 in International Business
Junior Konstantin Kutschenko – 3.71 in Psychology

Women’s Tennis
Sophomore Juliana Boehm – 3.34 in Exercise Physiology
Freshman Michelle Fischer – 3.82 in Psychology
Junior Nicole Hernandez – 3.56 in Nursing
Sophomore Alina Nagel – 3.76 in Business Management
Junior Leslie Roberge – 3.82 in Exercise Physiology
Senior Tina Trautmann – 3.77 in Biology
Sophomore Jessica Tuggle – 3.84 in Sociology

Men’s Golf
Junior Nate Anderson – 3.18 in Accounting
Freshman John Fordham – 3.05 in Political Science
Sophomore Austin Graham – 3.37 in Finance
Freshman Michael Nutter – 3.03 as Undecided
Senior Michael Rafalowicz – 3.18 in Communications

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