Aug. 20, 2007
Greensboro, N.C. - Virginia's athletics department was honored on Monday as the Atlantic Coast Conference honored 221 student-athletes with inclusion on the 2006-07 Honor Roll, as released by the conference. The Cavaliers equal their total from last year, and all 25 varsity sports sponsored by the university had at least one member of the team honored. The Honor Roll is comprised of those student-athletes who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a grade point average of 3.00 or better for the full academic year. A league-record 2,710 student-athletes were honored for their hard work in the classroom following this academic year.
Baseball - 11 Andrew Carraway Zach Carter Neal Davis Brad Grove Ryan Hudson Greg Lamp Brandon Marsh Greg Miclat Michael Mitchell Mark Riffee Shane Warren
Men's Basketball - 3 Robert McCormick Jerome Meyinsse David Noel
Women's Basketball - 2 Jayna Hartig Tara McKnight
Men's Cross Country/Track and Field Programs - 22 Kellen Blassingame Alex Bowman Andrew Dumm James Erickson Jan Foerster Ryan Foster Steven Frames Matthew Gambale Arthur Gennari Michael Hagos Stephen Hiltner Andrew Jesien Aaron Klansek David Lewis Kevin McHale Trey Miller Ryan Murphy Vincent Parker Scott Robinson Taylor Smith Graham Tribble Roger Williams
Women's Cross Country / Track and Field Programs - 28 Keshia Ashe Amy Bilmanis Susan Brooks Sara Casscells Eryn Correa Lauretta Dezubay Jennifer Dolson Megan Durkee Tomika Ferguson Catherine Gambale Stephanie Garcia Suzanne Ginnow Billie-Jo Grant Laura Hodges Jennifer Hovland Huma Husain Caitlin Kelly Danielle Light Kristin Milot Hilary Moen Kathryn Pettine Katie Read Janine Ricci Tiffany Roberts Kara Scanlin Ayla Smith Kelly Swain Kathryn Tershel
Field Hockey - 7 Katherine Bounds Biffy Cornelison Alyssa Curmaci Lauren Elstein Mia Link Sarah Miller Kelsey Vonier
Football - 12 Ryan Best Ian-Yates Cunningham Patch Duda Jason Fuller Brandon Jarvis Staton Jobe Zach Mendez-Zfass John Phillips Mike Robertson Tom Santi Patrick Slebonick John Thornton
Men's Golf - 4 Eamonn McLoughlin Andrea Signor Conrad Von Borsig Lee Yang
Women's Golf - 7 Kira Mayo Whitney Neuhauser Lindsay Robinson Sally Shonk Kristen Simpson Rachel Smith Leah Wigger
Rowing - 34 Stephanie Bohlen Schafer Bomstein Allison Brennan Kelsie Chaudoin Jennifer Cronwell Meghan Doletzky Mary Eddy Michelle Ellison Yvonne Epp Mindy Fiesler Taylor Gilmore Melanie Kok Diane Leigh Sara Lippa Libby McCann Caitlin Mixter Chrissie Monaghan Victoria Moore Summers Nelson Nora Phillips Sarah Pichardo Sarah Pinsky Mieke Pitts Lydia Powell Allison Rowe Anna Samaha Katie Schroeder Madeleine Smerin Jessica Streufert Kai'li Taylor Hannah Wallace Susanna Ward Megan Wardius Krista Warner
Men's Soccer - 7 Ryan Burke Andrew Harrison Sean Hinkle David Newman Kyle Rudzinski Zola Short Brian Tison
Women's Soccer - 6 Megan Ashforth Christina de Vries Kara Frederick Nikki Lieb Celeste Miles Becky Sauerbrunn
Softball - 8 Kierstie Cameron Eleanor Crockett Whitney Holstun Meghan O'Leary Lindsey Preuss Brooke Sorber Sarah Tacke Karla Wilburn
Men's Swimming and Diving - 14 Darren Ankosko Stefan Bartl Tyler Gordon Kenton Harris Ryan Hurley Rich Hutton Daniel Johnson Pat Mellors Matt Miller Mike Miller Geoff Parrish Bryan Stahl P.J. Sullivan Garrett Wren
Women's Swimming and Diving - 14 Jackie Apple Amber Bialas Katy Bland Mei Christensen Erin Corgan Anne Dawson Caroline Dayton Stephanie Glover Julie McLaughlin Haley Parker Rory Schmidt Jenny Steiner Leslie Swinley Kristen Wallace
Men's Tennis - 3 Dominic Inglot Nick Meros Marko Miklo
Women's Tennis - 7 Caroline Hammond Kristen McVitty Cathy Nimitz Lindsey Pereira Amanda Rales Jennifer Stevens Maggie Yahner
Volleyball - 8 Marlow Bruneau Melissa Caldwell Lauren Dickson Tara Hester Emily Kirkwood Sarah Kirkwood Lindsay Osco Taylor Russo
Wrestling - 9 Zach Anderson Danny Artusio Kyle Artusio John Danilkowicz Peter Ferrara Adam Fitterer Brian McReynolds Pat Riley Scott Smith
Perrantes Searching for AnswersMen's Basketball2/21/17Senior point guard London Perrantes has made only 16 of 58 shots (27.6 percent) from the floor in his past four games, all Virginia losses.'Hoos Savor Latest ITA TitleMen's Tennis2/20/17In men's tennis, Virginia won its sixth ITA National Team Indoors Championship, defending Ohio State 4-1 at the Boar's Head Sports Club.Slumping Cavaliers Look to RegroupMen's Basketball2/19/17No. 14 Virginia (18-8, 8-6) will try to end a three-game losing streak Monday night when ACC rival Miami (18-8, 8-6) visit John Paul Jones Arena.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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