12 USC Women's Soccer Players Earn Academic Honor Roll Recognition
LOS ANGELES - The Pac-12 announced its Fall Academic Honor Roll this week and 12 USC women's soccer players earned the honor.
The Fall Academic Honor Roll includes student-athletes who participated in the conference-sponsored sports of men's and women's cross country, football, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball. Any student-athlete with a 3.3 GPA or better, who has served at least one year in residence at the institution, is eligible to receive the academic honor. This is the second year the Pac-12 has done the Academic Honor Roll instead of selecting All-Academic teams for each sport.
For the Trojans, six players are making repeat appearances on the Academic Honor Roll in Samantha Bruder, Kaylie Collins, Jessica Haidet, Penelope Hocking, Kaylin Martin and Madeline Vergura. Earning the honor for the first time are; Lily Babalola, Savannah DeMelo, Jaelyn Eisenhart, Savannah Kessler, Isabel Rolley and Hannah White.
Here are the Trojans' 12 honorees:
Lily Babalola – 3.33 GPA (Health & Human Sciences)
Samantha Bruder – 3.46 GPA (Communication Studies)
Kaylie Collins – 3.40 GPA (Applied Psychology)
Savannah DeMelo – 3.41 (Health & Human Sciences)
Jaelyn Eisenhart – 3.46 GPA (Business Administration)
Jessica Haidet – 3.52 GPA (Communication Studies)
Penelope Hocking – 3.44 GPA (Computer Sciences)
Savannah Kessler – 3.52 GPA (Health & Human Sciences)
Kaylin Martin – 3.31 GPA (Business Administration)
Isabel Rolley – 3.42 GPA (Communication Studies)
Madeline Vergura – 3.94 (Communication Studies)
Hannah White – 3.40 GPA (Communication Studies)