21 Hatters Named to 2021 MAAC Honor Roll

Women's rowing team on the water


Hatters on Women's Rowing team Named to Honor Roll

The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced its 2020-2021 Academic Honor Roll with nearly 3,000 student-athletes earning recognition.

Stetson Women’s Rowing contributed to that record total with 21 Hatters earning commendation for having achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or better on a 4.0 scale. Stetson is one of 16 associate members of the MAAC, which recognized a total of 2,963 students for the Academic Honor Roll, an increase of 241 over the previous record set during 2019-2020 academic year.

Of the 21 Hatters honored, sophomore Brianna DeJoie posted the highest GPA with a 3.975.

The other Stetson University student-athletes on the Academic Honor Roll were:

Junior Regan Armstrong – 3.675
Freshman Cassandra Bradley – 3.258
Senior Leniza Dever – 3.29
Senior Sarah Dittmann – 3.535
Freshman Richelle Eastridge – 3.407
Graduate Karirose Engel – 3.733
Freshman Mallory Holland – 3.71
Sophomore Grace Hunter – 3.471
Freshman Kara Kivenas – 3.582
Senior Magdalene Mason – 3.209
Freshman Caillin Mitchell – 3.458
Senior Samanatha Nivison – 3.478
Sophomore Christen Robinson – 3.271
Sophomore Gianna Robinson – 3.271
Freshman Noureen Saeed – 3.917
Sophomore Jordan Sagl – 3.385
Senior Channing Scott – 3.378
Sophomore Amanda Shaffer – 3.686
Sophomore Germaine Smart-Marshall – 3.52
Sophomore Ava Underdahl – 3.571


About Stetson University

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