Middleton, Myers Named Peach Belt All-Academic

Middleton, Myers Named Peach Belt All-Academic

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Peach Belt Conference released the women's basketball All-Academic team on Wednesday afternoon from the league office in Augusta. Augusta University women's basketball sophomores Brianna Middleton and Mallory Myers represent the Jaguars on the team.

 

The team is part of a season-long program recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of PBC student-athletes in the classroom as well as on the field.

 

To be eligible for the All-Academic team, a student-athlete must 1) participate in at least half of his/her team's events and be either a starter or significant contributor; 2) achieved a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and 3) completed at least one full academic year at his or her current institution and has reached sophomore athletic eligibility. The Peach Belt Conference Sports Information Directors oversee the program.

 

Founded in 1991, the Peach Belt Conference is home to 36 NCAA Division II National Championships. 14 member institutions in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama compete in 15 championship sports. 2015-16 members are Armstrong State University, Augusta University, Clayton State University, Columbus State University, Flagler College, Francis Marion University, Georgia College, Georgia Southwestern State University, Lander University, University of Montevallo, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of North Georgia, University of South Carolina Aiken and Young Harris College.

 

2016-17 PBC Women's Basketball All-Academic Team

Player

School

Year

Hometown

GPA

Major (Minor)

Ashley Asouzu

Columbus State

Sr.

Dothan, Ala.

3.37

Accounting

Briana Bell

Young Harris

Jr.

Stone Mountain, Ga.

4.00

Business & Public Policy (Spanish)

Briana Burgins

Francis Marion

Jr.

High Point, N.C.

3.36

Biology

Sydney Cleveland

Georgia College 

So.

Cleveland, Ga.

3.54

Mathematics

Jessica Doyle

Armstrong State

Sr.

Palm Bay, Fla.

3.39

Health & Physical Education

Kate Duff

USC Aiken

Sr.

Perth, Australia

3.45

Exercise & Sport Science

Ellie Fruit

Georgia College

Sr.

Henderson, Ky.

3.51

Community Health

Carly Gilreath

USC Aiken

Sr.

Dawsonville, Ga.

3.84

Elementary Education

Kelsey Hutchins

North Georgia

Sr.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

3.61

Physical Education

Ariel Johnson

Columbus State

Sr.

Suwanee, Ga.

3.41

Health Science

Sara Jorgensen

Young Harris

So.

Stockholm, Sweden

3.70

Biology (Chemistry)

Avery Locklear

UNC Pembroke

So.

Landis, N.C.

4.00

History

Jordan Livesay

North Georgia

Sr.

Woodstock, Ga.

3.57

Marketing

Kara McKissack

Flagler

So.

Orange Park, Fla.

3.30

Psychology

Meghan McQuade

Young Harris

Jr.

Hayesville, N.C.

3.51

Education (Early Childhood)

Brianna Middleton

Augusta

So.

Acworth, Ga.

3.41

Pre-Nursing

Mallory Myers

Augusta

So.

Evans, Ga.

3.43

Cell & Molecular Biology

Lindsey Reed

Georgia College

Sr.

Stockbridge, Ga.

3.46

Nursing

Veronica Ryan

Georgia College

Sr.

Clearwater, Fla.

3.41

Exercise Science

Morgan Smith

Montevallo

Sr.

Cullman, Ala.

3.31

Kinesiology

Jazmine Stubblefield

Montevallo

Sr.

O'Fallon, Ill.

3.30

Biology

Christina Thomas

Georgia College

Sr.

Augusta, Ga.

3.37

Psychology

Tatiana Wayne

Columbus State

So.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

3.40

Undeclared

Erin Wilder

Columbus State

So.

Aragon, Ga.

3.52

Undeclared

Jada William

Young Harris

Jr.

Snellville, Ga.

3.93

History (Pop culture)

 

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