12 USC Women's Soccer Players Earn Pac-12 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.
A total of 909 student-athletes throughout the Pac-12 were recognized for their work in the classroom. Any student-athlete on their respective team roster with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.3-or-above, and who has served at least one year in residence at the institution, is eligible for the distinction.
The 2021 Fall Academic Honor Roll includes 825 student-athletes who participated in the Conference-sponsored sports of men's & women's cross country, football, men's & women's soccer, and women's volleyball. As approved by the Conference's Faculty Athletics Representatives, any student-athlete competing in an NCAA-sponsored or emerging sport at a Pac-12 institution, regardless of league sponsorship, is also eligible for Academic Honor Roll recognition and includes 84 student-athletes from the fall sports of field hockey, triathlon, and men's water polo.
Here are the Trojans who made the list:
Savannah DeMelo (Public Health)
Jaelyn Eisenhart (Business Administration)
Angeles Escobar (Psychology)
Talia Grossman (Fine Arts)
Savannah Kessler (Health and Human Sciences)
Kaylin Martin (Business Administration)
Lily Perryman (Environmental Science and Health)
Emily Rhinehart (Health Promotion and Disease Prevention)
Katie Roditis (Health and Human Sciences)
Isabel Rolley (Communication)
Madeline Vergura (Communication)
Hannah White (Communication)