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Micah Jacobsen joined with fellow senior Sam Ryder on the A-Sun Conference Scholars list for 2011-12.
by: ASunPhotos.com
Menís Golf Places Six on Academic Squad
Courtesy: Stetson University  
Release:  06/29/2012
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Stetson University’s men’s golf program had its best finish in the Atlantic Sun in a decade on the course and had a strong year in the classroom as well, with six of the eight members of the 2011-12 squad earning a spot on the Atlantic Sun Conference honor roll.

The Atlantic Sun Conference recognized student-athletes for posting grade point averages of at least 3.0 during the 2011-12 academic year. Two Hatters were named to the Conference Scholars list. That list included a total of 406 student-athletes from around the league, 55 from Stetson. Those students were recognized for their sustained achievement over at least two years to go with a 3.4 or better GPA. 

Seniors Micah Jacobsen and Sam Ryder earned recognition on that list. Senior Andrew Schiano was joined by sophomore Tyler White and freshmen Blake Snellings and Matt Taylor the All-Academic team for posting a GPA of at least 3.0.
 
“I am really proud that all six guys made the team,” Hatters head coach Bob Weickel said. “They worked hard with a rigorous academic and tough golf schedule. It is outstanding that they all had over a 3.0 GPA.”

Overall, the A-Sun recognized 1,416 student-athletes as All-Academic selections for their work in the classroom by reaching the 3.0 mark. Additionally, 89 percent of the A-Sun's 18 championship teams had at least half of the student-athletes on their rosters earn All-Academic recognition. 

Stetson was one of four league institutions to have had more than 70 percent of its student-athletes recognized for having a grade-point average of at least 3.0. Stetson had 139 of its 197 student-athletes who competed in the Atlantic Sun recognized.

“I applaud all who continue to successfully achieve as student-athletes,” A-Sun Commissioner Ted Gumbart said. “To see nearly two-thirds of our student-athletes earn this level of academic distinction means that they certainly are committed to the A-Sun's mission of ‘Building Winners for Life.’

“It is important to recognize that this is a team effort, due to the commitment of the athletic administration, coaches and staff of our member institutions, who daily serve as the catalysts for such impressive development of our young people. Congratulations and thank you again to the institutions and to each student-athlete for providing such an outstanding representation of the Atlantic Sun Conference.”



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