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Dyke Named Verizon Academic All-District

Nov. 15, 2001

ATLANTA– – For the third straight year, Georgia Tech punter Dan Dyke has been named to the 2001 Verizon University Division Academic All-District III team, as announced today by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Dyke, a junior from Winter Springs, Fla., maintains a 3.88 grade point average in Electrical Engineering. He is now eligible for the Verizon Academic All-America team, of which has been a member the last two years.

Dyke is averaging 42.0 yards per punt.

District III is made up of all Division I and I-AA schools in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. To be eligible a player must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 in the classroom and be a starter or key reserve on the field. The players selected are now eligible for the national Academic All-America team will be announced on December 13th.

This year marks the 50th year of the Academic All-America program, as the inaugural team was announced on December 6, 1952. Since that time, more than 12,000 students have been named Academic All-America team members at colleges and universities at all levels for every recognized NCAA sport.


Quarterback: Brock Berlin – Florida – Sophomore – Sociology * Shreveport, Louisiana

Tight End: *Trent Sansbury – Furman – Senior *Computer/Business Adm. * Lilburn, Georgia

Running Back: *Ben Foster – Wofford – Senior – Biology * Kennesaw, Georgia

J.R. McNair – Wofford – Sophomore – undeclared * Jonesboro, Georgia

Wide Receivers: Andre Davis * Virginia Tech – Senior * Res. Property Management * Niskayuna, New York

Bryce Lee * William & Mary – Senior * Business Administration * Virginia Beach, Virginia

Offensive Line: ** Eric Nash – Wofford – Senior – Physics * Sharpsburg, Georgia

Mike Pearson – Florida – Junior * Business Administration – Seffner, Florida

* Jon Stinchcomb – Georgia – Junior – Microbiology * Lilburn, Georgia

Jason Whaley * Western Carolina * Soph.- Computer Info. Systems * Beulaville, North Carolina

** Kyle Young – Clemson * Graduate Student- Secondary Ed. * Clemson, South Carolina

Defensive Line: Pablo Abraham * Western Carolina – Senior * Sports Management * Lincolnton, North Carolina

Blake Bergeron * Davidson * Junior * Psychology * Nashville, Tennessee

* Steve DeBeer * Furman * Senior * Biochemistry * Atlanta, Georgia

Ian Scott * Florida – Sophomore * Industrial and Systems Engineering * Gainesville, Florida

Linebackers: **Chad Carson – Clemson – Senior * Biological Sciences * Newman, Georgia

* Chase Corn – Wofford – Senior – Marketing Education – Salem, Virginia

Travis Stephens * The Citadel * Business Administration * Greer, South Carolina

Defensive Back: ** Chris Hope * Florida State – Senior * Communications/Sociology * Rock Hill, South Carolina

* Rodney Johnson – Furman – Junior * Health & Exercise Science * Marion, North Carolina

Ricot Joseph * Central Florida * Senior * Physical Ed./Criminal Justice * Lake Worth, Florida

Marquand Manuel * Florida * Graduate Student * Criminology * Opalocka, Florida

Kicker: Brent Kirouac – Georgia – Junior * Finance/Religion * Duluth, Georgia

Punter: **Dan Dyke – Georgia Tech – Junior – Electrical Engineering * Winter Springs, Florida

* Two-time Verizon Academic All-District III selection, ** Three-time Verizon Academic All-District selection


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