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FAU SAAC Honored Student-Athletes for Community Service Participation and Academic Excellence
Marlon Dechausay, SAAC Director, with the student-athletes

April 24, 2014

Boca Raton, Fla. -

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Florida Atlantic University’s Student-Athlete Academic Center honored student-athletes prior to the start of the FAU baseball game against Miami, Wednesday night. The athletes were recognized for maintaining at least a 3.0 grade point average in the Fall 2013 semester and participating in community service events in the past year.

"Our student-athletes are truly dedicated to working hard both on the field, but it is just as important to recognize them for their success in all areas," said Marlon Dechausay, Director of the Student-Athlete Center for Academic Excellence. "The number of student-athletes that are going above and beyond academically showcases not only their dedication to success in school but also highlights the quality of students that our coaches are recruiting."

Recently, FAU had 178 student-athletes, from all 19 sports, named to the 2013-14 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll. They received this honor for maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better. There were 28 student-athletes who hold a 3.75 G.P.A. or better and received the Commissioner's Academic Medal.

Please see below for a full list of student-athletes who were honored by SAAC.

Kevin Alexander
Jose Bonilla Traverso
Drew Jackson
Brett Maggard
David McKay
Levi Meyer
Kyle Miller
Cody Mizelle
Reily Monkman
Daniel Murray
Reid Neil
Esteban Puerta
Tyler Rocklein
John Sebelle
Jeremy Strawn

Women’s Basketball
Latavia Dempsey

Men’s Cross Country
Neil Coffman
Adam Simon
Christian Small

Women’s Cross Country
Ann Cooper
Kia Heller-Spencer
Marla Keyes
Tia-Rose Raymond

Alex Deleon

Men’s Golf
Blake Lyle

Women’s Golf
Kayla DeSuza

Sand Volleyball
Megan Knapp
Gabriella Pyle
Kristi Tekavec

Men’s Soccer
Patrick Darby
Daniel Montoya
Michael Quinn

Women’s Soccer
Alexa Arrasate
Claire Emslie
Lindsey Rice

Men’s Swimming
Brian Deegan
James Wesley

Women’s Swimming
Carlee Jackson
Frida Nilsson
Chelsea Onstott

Men’s Tennis
Sean Bacha
Robert Dubuque
Andrei Morin-Kougoucheff

Women’s Track (Indoor/Outdoor)
Danielle Aromashodu
Ann Cooper
Kia Heller-Spencer
Marla Keyes
Tia-Rose Raymond

Indoor Volleyball
Katarina Stepanovic
Kristi Tekavec
Brianne Wojciakowski



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