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School-Record 103 Tech Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

ATLANTA (August 16) — Georgia Tech placed a school-record 103 student-athletes on the 1998-99 Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll, announced by Commissioner John Swofford on Friday.

The Honor Roll comprises those student-athletes who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the full academic year. This year’s total surpasses the previous record of 94 set last season.

Among the honorees were five-time all-America women’s track star Andria King, ACC Player of the Year and first team all-America golfer Bryce Molder, and freshman all-America baseball player Mark Teixeira.

Listed below are those athletes named to the Honor Roll: Sergio Aguirre, Tennis; Jason Atha, Baseball; Jon Babul, Basketball; Jason Basil, Baseball; Brett Basquin, Football; Kyleen Bell, Volleyball; Kevin Betts, Track; Timothy Bibby, Tennis; Matthew Boggs, Baseball; Aimee Boulet, Volleyball; Ed Brinkman, Swimming; Kevin Brooks, Swimming; Chip Brown, Golf; Nicole Campbell, Track; Benjamin Cassaigne, Tennis; Brad Chambers, Football; Charlene Chin, Track; Joshua Clarke, Track; Carolyn Clevenger, Volleyball; Adam Cranford, Golf; Miki Deal, Softball; Oliver Deijni, Track; Danielle Donehew, Basketball; Dan Dyke, Football; Steve Economos, Baseball; Ashley Espy, Track; John Fennessy, Swimming; Carlton Forrester, Golf; Tina Frey, Track; Phillip Gable, Track; Charles Gersbach, Swimming; George Godsey, Football; Glenn Goldstein, Swimming; John Grantham, Football; Jason Grier, Track; Kenneth Grimes, Track; Katie Grove, Track; Brian Hetherington, Track; Hal Higgins, Football; Lynn Houston, Track; Melanie Howell, Softball; Trotter Hunt, Football; Gordon Hwang, Tennis; Kori Jacobson, Softball; Tamarra Jenkin, Tennis; Brent Johnson, Track; Judy Johnson, Track; Michael Johnson, Track; Andria King, Track; Brent Knight, Track; Carolyn Krieger, Track; David Laitala, Swimming; Wes Latimer, Golf; Malcolm Leason, Track; Jerome Lee, Football; Richard Lewis, Baseball; Hank Longmire, Swimming; Brenda Lord, Track; Troy Matteson, Golf; Jared McGehee, Track; Sara McKee, Volleyball; Brian Meager, Football; Kris Mikkelsen, Golf; Mason Miller, Tennis; Brad Mills, Track; Bryce Molder, Golf; Jonas Motiejunas, Track; Kelly Muir, Basketball; James Nozar, Swimming; Carl Nylander, Swimming; Jahmal Overton, Baseball; Laura Ozolins, Tennis; Maja Pachale, Volleyball; Sara Pardue, Track; Shadana Patterson, Track; Joseph Poliseo, Track; Matthew Reed, Swimming; Amanda Sabo, Volleyball; Leo Salinas, Swimming; Lauren Schwartz, Softball; Gregory Sciame, Track; Ryan Shanteau, Swimming; David Silver, Swimming; Chris Sinotte, Track; Jamie Smith, Softball; Andre Snellings, Track; Joe Stegall, Track; Brad Stockton, Baseball; Regina Tate, Track/Basketball; Mark Teixeira, Baseball; Josh Thigpen, Swimming; Tosin Tomori, Track; Teryl Townsend, Volleyball; Xenia Uy, Tennis; Taylor Ward, Football; Beth Warren, Softball; Charles Wiley, Football; Brent Williams, Track; Jason Williams, Swimming; Kenya Williams, Basketball; Tishanna Worthy, Track; Robert Wright, Tennis.

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