1710 Conference Carolinas Student-Athletes Represented in 2013 Spring Honor Roll

King edges Limestone with most student-athletes represented

High Point, N.C. - Conference Carolinas is proud to announce that 1710 student-athletes have been named to the 2013 Spring Presidential Honor Roll. Each institution within the conference has emphasized their commitment to academic importance as they have continued to have student-athletes achieve a grade point average of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) at each of their institutions to achieve this honor.

 

Conference Carolinas continues to emphasize “Academics and Athletics Working Together” as each school strives to grow their Presidential Honor Roll each and every year.  The Presidential Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes who have earned a 3.20 grade-point average (up from 3.00 in previous years) on a 4.00 scale for the semester and includes freshman and transfer student athletes (that have participated in either a conference or non-conference sponsored sport).

 

Commissioner Alan Patterson shared some of his thoughts about the outstanding number of student-athletes represented in the 2013 Spring Presidential Honor Roll. “The large number of student-athletes comprising the Presidential Honor Roll is pleasing but not surprising.  Conference Carolinas athletics gives more than lip service to the concept of academics and athletics working together.  Our members live this model and the “fifth quarter” success of educating athletes prepared for today’s play and tomorrow’s success is an intentional and rewarding outcome.”

 

The Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll is awarded twice a year covering each of the fall and spring academic semesters and is based on meeting the criteria at the end of the previous semester. For the 2013 Spring Season, King University led all league members with 209 student-athletes represented. They were followed closely by Limestone College with 200 and Queens University of Charlotte with 178 honorees.

 

Barton College

Belmont Abbey College

Coker College

Converse College

Erskine College

King University

Lees-McRae College

Limestone College

Mount Olive College

North Greenville University

Pfeiffer University

Queens University of Charlotte