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WVIAC Releases Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Blue GPrinceton, W.Va. – Glenville State College had 33 student-athletes on the 2013-2013 WVIAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

Qualifying student-athletes are classified as a junior or senior and have obtained a 3.3 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale at the end of the term of attendance in which the sport was concluded.

The scholar-athletes of the year for each school were the male and female student-athletes with the highest GPA.

Below is the list of scholar-athletes:

Glenville State
Carly Caldon/Morgan Scarpellini
Kyle Warner

Glenville State
Mary Butcher, Women’s Track & Field, Chemistry
Carly Caldon, Softball, Psychology/Sociology
Carlee Chatron, Softball, Art
Randy Cremeans Jr., Football, Natural Resource Management
Jessica Fedor, Softball, Interdisciplinary Studies
Stefanie Gladders, Volleyball, English
Kenyell Goodson, Women’s Basketball, Management
Nicole Himes, Women’s Cross Country, Sport Management
Christie Hittel, Softball, Biology
Kayleigh Huck, Women’s Cross Country/Softball, Elementary Education
Marteney Jacobs, Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field, Biology
Alexander Joseph, Football, Sport Management
Meagan Lesser, Softball, Biology
Hunter McWhorter, Football, Social Studies
Howard Meeks, Men’s Golf, General Math
Ella Messinger, Volleyball, Psychology/Sociology
Samantha Moore, Women’s Golf, Management
Ronald Mullins, Football, Social Studies
Boris Nimcevic, Men’s Cross Country/Track & Field, Management
Andrea Osborne, Volleyball, Elementary Education
Jessica Parsons, Women’s Basketball, Elementary Education
William Radcliff, Track & Field, Criminal Justice
John Royce, Baseball, Psychology/Sociology
Meghan Ruddlesden, Women’s Track & Field, Accounting
Morgan Scarpellini, Softball, Biology
Jared Shipe, Track & Field, Social Studies
Kyle Warner, Football, Accounting
Katherine Williams, Softball, Elementary Education
Jenny Wolfe, Women’s Track & Field, Psychology/Sociology
Clara Wymer, Women’s Track & Field, Criminal Justice

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