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Campus News

May 25, 2021

GC recognizes athletic academic all-stars for spring semester

Garrett College recently announced several student athletes receiving academic all-star awards for the spring 2021 semester.

Superior Academic Achievement

The following full-time student athletes have earned a 3.50 to 4.0 grade-point-average (GPA) for the spring semester:

Maryland

Friendsville: Cody J. Eyler (baseball)
Frederick: Colby A. Johnson (baseball)
Hagerstown: Brandan J. Myers (wrestling)
Lonaconing: Samuel R. Beeman (baseball) and Bradie M. Moore (baseball)
McHenry: Peyton D. Carr (baseball)
Oakland: Brandon S. Green (golf) and Brandon S. Hill (golf)

Pennsylvania

New Alexandria: Trey M. Weinell (wrestling)
Shohola: Eric S. Peters (baseball)

West Virginia

Weston: Bradley K. Bozic (baseball)

Outstanding Academic Achievement

The following full-time student athletes have earned a 3.0 to 3.49 GPA for the spring semester:

Dominican Republic

Lucerna: Jose E. Rosario Jr. (men’s basketball)

Florida

Citrus Springs: Coby F. Howatineck (baseball)

Maryland

Annapolis: Craig J. Erwin (wrestling)
Frostburg: EllaRose E. Warnick (women’s cross country) and Brennan V. White (baseball)
Kitzmiller: Brandon N. Lucas (baseball)
Pikesville: Kyree J. Jones (men’s basketball)

Massachusetts

Brewster: Hunter J. Eitelbach (baseball)

Ohio

Warren: Joseph D. Perfette (baseball)

Pennsylvania

Blairsville: Allison P. Oswald (women’s softball and volleyball)

Virginia

Newport News: Kiara P. Cole (women’s basketball and softball)

West Virginia

Berkeley Springs: Cameron R. King (baseball)
Morgantown: Cameron S. Selders (men’s basketball)
Shinnston: Patrick W. Bart (baseball)