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168 Florida State Student-Athletes Named To ACC Academic Honor Roll

Aug. 12, 2005

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
All-American tennis player Mihaela Moldovan, All-Atlantic Coast Conference baseball player Bryan Henry, ACC cross country champion Andrew Lemoncello, ACC women’s outdoor track and field Rookie of the Year Laura Bowerman, ACC indoor and outdoor track Performer of the Year Tom Lancashire and two-time NCAA outdoor tack regional champion Garrett Johnson are among 168 Florida State student-athletes named to the 2004-05 ACC Academic Honor Roll as announced by commissioner John Swofford.

The Honor Roll is comprised of those student-athletes who participated in a varsity level sport and registered a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the full 2004-05 academic year. A league record 2,236 student-athletes were honored for their outstanding work in the classroom.

Moldovan was one of nine members of the NCAA Tournament participant tennis team who was named to the ACC Honor Roll. She was also the recipient of an ACC Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship. In addition to helping the Seminoles into the team draw of the NCAA Tournament, Moldovan competed in the individual singles and doubles competition in the NCAA Tournament. Joining Moldovan on the league academic list were teammates Roxanne Clarke, Lindsay Deason, Miranda Foley, Alina Mihailescu, Yana Stoeva, Amberly Tantee and Natalie Tirapelli. In addition to their ACC Academic Awards, the women’s tennis team also earned individual and team ITA Academic Award for team’s earning a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or better.

Lemoncello, Lancashire and Johnson were three of the 14 members of the men’s track and field team, which finished fourth in the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and eighth at the 2005 NCAA Indoor Championships, who were named to the ACC Honor Roll. The Seminoles won both the ACC Indoor and Outdoor championships and claimed the NCAA East Regional title during the outdoor campaign.

Henry was one of nine baseball players, including six first-time players, named to the list. He helped lead the Seminoles to the championship of the Tallahassee Regional and to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament.

David Castillo, a three-year starter for the football team, and Aaron Cheesman, an All-ACC second-team selection for the Seminole baseball team, were both named to the ACC Honor Roll for the fifth time during their careers. Castillo will compete in his sixth season for the Seminoles in 2005 and Cheesman was a recipient of a prestigious ACC Weaver-James-Corrigan postgraduate scholarship in 2005. Castillo was one of 12 members of the football team, a list that included one NFL Draft choice (Eric Moore) and four players projected to be starters in 2005 (Castillo, Chris Hall, Kyler Hall and Matt Meinrod).

Linnea Liljestrand, who helped lead the women’s basketball team to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2005, was one of nine Seminoles named to the list for a fourth time during their careers. She was one of six members of the women’s basketball team, including All-ACC selections Ganiyat Adeduntan and Alicia Gladden, who were named to the ACC Honor Roll. Andrew Wilson of the men’s basketball team was named for the fourth consecutive year.

Women’s diving All-American Courtney McClow led a parade of 22 members of the swimming and diving teams who were named to the Honor Roll. Joining McClow on the Honor Roll were All-Americans Steve Roof and Kyle Young along with All-ACC selections Michael Averett, Emily Breen and Ed Denton.

Jaclyn Burch, who earned All-ACC honors in women’s golf, was one of 11 members of her team named to the Honor Roll. Joining Burch were four-time honorees Amy and Gemma Harris and three-time honoree Caroline Larsson.




Florida State (168): Matt Adcock 3 – Golf; Ganiyat Adeduntan 3 – Basketball; Camille Akridge 1 – Swimming; Shawn Allen 3 – Track; Ashleigh Anderson 1 – Golf; Jacintha Anderson 1 – Track; Ashley Andress 1 – CC; Domonique Andrews 1 – Track; Nikki Anthony 1 – Basketball; Michael Averett 3 – Swimming; Alvaro Bada 1 – Track; Kandia Batchelor 1 – Track; Stefanie Bechler 2 – CC; Alan Beers 2 – Golf; Luke Beevor 1 – CC; Kristian Bie 1 – Football; Jonas Blixt-Berglund 1 – Golf; Porsche Bonnett 1 – Track; Laura Bowerman 1 – Track; Emily Breen 4 – Swimming; Carly Brieske 3 – Softball; Eric Broe 2 – Football; Whitney Brummett 1 – Golf; Carlyle Bruno 1 – Football; Jordan Bryant 1 – Soccer; Jaclyn Burch 2 – Golf; Brendan Burke 1 – Swimming; Darrell Burston 1 – Football; Brian Calyore 1 – Track; Chad Canfield 2 – Football; Leilani Caraballo 1 – Track; Aisha Carr 3 – Volleyball; David Castillo 5 – Football; Aaron Cheesman 5 – Baseball; Roxanne Clarke 1 – Tennis; Charles Cleveland 1 – Baseball; Anne Clinton 2 – CC; J.P. Cook 2 – Track; Kevin Cook 1 – CC; Robert Cooper 2 – Track; Charles Cotton 2 – Track; Peter Crane 1 – Swimming; Kevin Crowley 1 – Football; Javier Cruz 1 – CC; Jacob Davis 1 – Golf; Abbie Day 2 – CC; Lindsay Deason 2 – Tennis; Ed Denton 1 – Swimming; Andrew Diakos 4 – Track; Paul Erben 2 – Swimming; Miranda Foley 1 – Tennis; Paymon Forootanshad 1 – Football; Katie Fricke 1 – Softball; Matt Frith 1 – Track; Carey Galuppi 3 – Softball; Javier Garcia-Tunon 1 – Track; Tatiana George 2 – Softball; Libby Gianeskis 1 – Soccer; Mark Gildea 1 – Baseball; Alicia Gladden 2 – Basketball; Jennifer Gomez 3 – CC; Sarah Griffin 2 – Volleyball; Jeff Groslimond 1 – Tennis; Amanda Hahn 1 – CC; Christopher Hall 1 – Football; Kyler Hall 2 – Football; Audrey Hand 1 – Track; Amy Harris 4 – Golf; Gemma Harris 4 – Golf; Jennifer Harvey 2 – Golf; Kim Haskins 1 – Golf; Elise Hatfield 1 – Swimming; Naikeya Heath 1 – Track; Bryan Henry 1 – Baseball; Renee Hill 2 – Volleyball; Kim Hoffer 1 – Softball; Quiana Holsey 1 – Track; Courtney Hudak 1 – Swimming; Natalie Hughes 1 – CC; Matt Hurley 3 – Track; Michael Hyde 1 – Baseball; Natasha Jacob 3 – Softball; Lacy Janson 4 – Track; Song Jeon 1 – Golf; Garrett Johnson 3 – Track; Tyler Johnson 1 – Golf; Willie Jones 3 – Football; Brian Kelley 1 – Baseball; Alex Kennon 2 – Swimming; Abbie King 1 – Swimming; Tom Lancashire 2 – CC; Deanna Lane 1 – Track; Caroline Larsson 3 – Golf; Christine Lautsch 1 – Basketball; Angie Leach 4 – Swimming; LaToya LeGree 1 – Track; Andrew Lemoncello 1 – CC; Linnea Liljestrand 4 – Basketball; Hannah Linquist 1 – Basketball; Cristen Litz 1 – Track; Adrienne Lufkin 2 – CC; Kevin Lynch 1 – Baseball; Danielle MacDonald 1 – Volleyball; Tapiwa Marobela 1 – Tennis; Helena Mastrogianis 1 – Soccer; Courtney McClow 1 – Swimming; LaKendra McColumn 3 – Track; Rachel McDowell 2 – Soccer; Leah McNaughton 1 – Track; Matthew Meinrod 2 – Football; Alina Mihailescu 3 – Tennis; Alex Miletich 1 – Track; Ali Mims 2 – Soccer; Hubert Mitchell 1 – Track; Mihaela Moldovan 3 – Tennis; Sydney Mondragon 4 – CC; Eric Moore 1 – Football; Claudius Osei 1 – Football; Brittany Osmon 1 – Softball; Holly Peltzer 1 – Soccer; Kathryn Purcell 2 – Track; Stacy Rademacher 1 – Swimming; Angelina Ramos 2 – CC; Jez Ratliff 3 – Soccer; Katie Ronan 2 – Swimming; Steve Roof 2 – Swimming; Matthew Root 2 – Football; Kelly Rowland 1 – Soccer; Jessica Rushing 2 – Track; Jack Rye 1 – Baseball; Melissa Samokishyn 1 – Soccer; Garrison Sanborn 1 – Football; Mark Sauls 3 – Baseball; Curtis Schroeger 2 – Swimming; Stefan Shaw 1 – Tennis; Suzanne Shepherd 3 – CC; Kate Skaggs 1 – Swimming; Jessica Skower 2 – Volleyball; Kristin Sordel 1 – Golf; Josh Spivey 1 – Baseball; Michelle Steakin 2 – Golf; Brittany Stevens 1 – Swimming; Yana Stoeva 1 – Tennis; Ryan Strauss 1 – Baseball; Jonathas Sucupira 1 – Tennis; Amberly Tantee 2 – Tennis; Alex Tilbrook 1 – Swimming; Natalie Tirapelli 3 – Tennis; India Trotter 1 – Soccer; Meredith Urban 2 – CC; Jessica Vaccaro 1 – Soccer; Erin Voss 1 – Track; Charlene Walker 1 – Track; Kimberly Walker 3 – Track; Adam Wallace 3 – Golf; Candace Walls 2 – CC; Kristin Walls 2 – CC; Drew Weatherford 1 – Football; Chip Webb 2 – Tennis; Summer Weissing 1 – Volleyball; Chris Westerhof 1 – Tennis; Jared Whipkey 3 – Football; Cathleen Willy 1 – CC; Andrew Wilson 4 – Basketball; Anthony Wilson 2 – CC; Courtney Wright 1 – Track; Kyle Young 1 – Swimming; Kayce Zemina 3 – Swimming.

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