Middleton & Myers Named Peach Belt All-Academic For Second Straight Season

Middleton & Myers Named Peach Belt All-Academic For Second Straight Season

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Peach Belt Conference released the 2018 women's basketball All-Academic team on Wednesday afternoon from the league office in Augusta, Ga. Augusta University women's basketball juniors Brianna Middleton and Mallory Myers represent the Jaguars on the team for the second straight season.

 

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. 2017-18 members are Augusta University, Clayton State University, Columbus State University, Flagler College, Francis Marion University, Georgia College, Georgia Southwestern State University, Lander University, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of North Georgia, University of South Carolina Aiken and Young Harris College.

 

2017-18 PBC Women's Basketball All-Academic Team

Player

School

Year

Hometown

GPA

Major (Minor)

Victoria Baldwin

Lander

Jr.

Hoover, Ala.

3.40

Exercise Science

Briana Bell

Young Harris

Sr.

Stone Mountain, Ga.

3.99

Business & Public Policy

Deana Blankinship

North Georgia

Sr.

Canton, Ga.

3.84

Biology

Sydney Cleveland

Georgia College

Jr.

Gainesville, Ga.

3.37

Mathematics

Eryn Cochran

Young Harris

Jr.

Hiwassee, Ga.

3.54

Biology

Kya Cochran

Georgia Southwestern

So.

Shreveport, La.

3.35

Exercise Science

Kierra Crane

Flagler

So.

Kissimmee, Fla.

3.746

Psychology (Criminology)

Kasey Drayton

UNC Pembroke

Sr.

St. Petersburg, Fla.

3.823

Psychology

Jilian Ebron

UNC Pembroke

So.

Greenville, N.C.

3.618

Mass Communication

Tiffany Hodge

Flagler

Sr.

Longwood, Fla.

3.427

Psychology (Criminology)

Sara Jorgensen

Young Harris

Jr.

Stockholm, Sweden

3.78

Biology

Avery Locklear

UNC Pembroke

Sr.

Landis, N.C.

4.00

Chemistry

Kara McKissack

Flagler

So.

Orange Park, Fla.

3.491

Psychology

Meghan McQuade

Young Harris

Sr.

Hayesville, N.C.

3.51

Education

Brianna Middleton

Augusta

Jr.

Acworth, Ga.

3.46

Nursing

Mallory Myers

Augusta

Jr.

Evans, Ga.

3.59

Cell & Molecular Biology

Sara Reid

Young Harris

Jr.

Trenton, Ga.

3.57

Business & Public Policy

Kietta Saunders

Clayton State

Jr.

Chicago, Ill.

3.43

Marketing

Amber Skidgel

North Georgia

Jr.

Bethlehem, Ga.

3.34

Criminal Justice

Melyk Taouil

USC Aiken

So.

Lake St. Louis, Mo.

3.607

Undecided

Jada Williams

Young Harris

Sr.

Trenton, Ga.

3.57

History

Toxiana Wilson

Columbus State

Jr.

Columbus, Ga.

3.33

Exercise Science

 

Fans of Jaguar Athletics can subscribe to the email listserve by clicking here. Fans can follow Augusta University at www.augustajags.com and receive short updates on Facebook at Augusta University Athletics and on Twitter at @AugustaJags

Jags Push Past Paine, 69-66
December 9, 2017 Jags Push Past Paine, 69-66