Coker College Student-Athletes Honored by Conference Carolinas

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – Coker College had 115 student-athletes named to the 2013 Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Honor Roll, the league office announced today. It marked the second consecutive honor roll that saw over 100 Cobras listed.

“I am truly proud of our student-athletes and their accomplishments,” vice president of athletics and facilities Lynn Griffin said. “We have had a wonderful year both in and out of the classroom, and to have over 100 student-athletes honored again speaks volumes about the college and its dedication to academics. Our faculty, staff and coaches should also be commended, as they have been instrumental in the success of our department.”

A total of 1,713 student-athletes were recognized on the spring honor roll. In order to qualify, a student-athlete must maintain a grade-point average of 3.20 or higher. Conference Carolinas presents its honor roll twice a year, covering the fall and spring academic semesters and is based on meeting the criteria at the end of the previous semester.

The following is the list of Coker student-athletes who were named to the Conference Carolinas Spring Presidential Roll. 


  • Will Adams
  • Kurtis Baker
  • Lucas Britt
  • Korbin Causey
  • Zachary Durham
  • Brandon Dyer
  • Kyle Gallman
  • Andrew Goot
  • John Lauttenbach
  • Jack Leech
  • Taylor Martin
  • Kyle Nelson
  • Anthony Nolan
  • T.J. Sinnott
  • Sammy Song
  • Griffin Sullivan
  • Russ White
  • Shane Wilder
  • Keith Wolf

Men’s Basketball

  • Larry Felder
  • Jonathon Gardner
  • Andrew Morris
  • Sharod Williams

Men’s Cross Country

  • Dylan Bates
  • Thomas Sizeland

Men’s Golf

  • Joshua Clay
  • Luke Coates
  • Christopher Fuga
  • Nicklaus Kennedy
  • Matthew Kreider

Men’s Lacrosse

  • Maxwell Baltzer
  • John Bretton
  • Edward Heinemann
  • Steven Marciano
  • Dylan Marks
  • Michael Martiello
  • Josh Masciarelli
  • Ryan Vento

Men’s Soccer

  • Enrique Barrientos
  • Fatjon Cake
  • Juan Cano
  • Ian Fellenz
  • Noah Lascell
  • Atticus Lum
  • Brendan McCarron
  • Mark Nankervis
  • Akeem Prendes
  • Tony Quiroz
  • Michael Staub
  • James Sweeney
  • Matthew Taylor
  • Niko Tirkkonen
  • Garrett Vaughan 

Men’s Tennis

  • James Corfield
  • William Marrafao
  • Martin Moncayo
  • Thomas Sizeland
  • Andre Staab

Men’s Volleyball

  • Luke Grupe
  • Luke Hansen
  • Devion Whetstone


  • Brittany Burroughs
  • Chelsea Frazier
  • Quatayvia Griffin
  • James Jacobs
  • Jasmine Jones
  • Adrienne Kennedy
  • Arianna Ray
  • Cierra Stinson

Performance Dance Team

  • Leslie Hanna
  • Amber Shannon
  • Tammaka Staley
  • Cierra Stinson
  • Brandi Williams
  • Alexis Wiseman

Women’s Basketball

  • Jessica Cohen
  • Priscilla Fenty
  • Lucy Fish
  • Heidrun Kristmundsdottir
  • Kenley Perry
  • Patricia Sullivan
  • Hailey Yohn

Women’s Cross Country

  • Kirsten Sanders
  • Naomi Watson

Women’s Golf

  • Sara Allen
  • Taylor Demby
  • Mallory Thompkins

Women’s Soccer

  • Heather Blaschke
  • Katie Cooper
  • Haley Gibson
  • Danielle Goerler
  • Morgan Hartline
  • Sarah Kinsey
  • Melanie McGrath
  • Elizabeth Morris
  • Christina Rivera
  • Millie Rogers
  • Sarah Rountree
  • Kirsten Sanders
  • Carrie Stokes


  • Lauren Brailsford
  • Stacy Burr
  • Alexandra Cataldo
  • Ashley Gallman
  • Sarah Rountree
  • Clarissa Suttle

Women’s Tennis

  • Anna Musiyenko
  • Brittanny Yando

Women’s Volleyball

  • Samantha Celek
  • Jessica Garrett
  • Katelyn McElveen
  • Mindy Morris
  • Anna Schwark
  • Kelly Stine
  • Michelle West
  • Taylor Willis
Conference Carolinas is an NCAA Division II athletics conference made up of 12 schools from North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, King College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, North Greenville University, Pfeiffer University and Queens University of Charlotte.


Coker College readies undergraduates for personal and professional success through a distinctive four-year program that emphasizes a practical application of the liberal arts as well as hands-on and discussion-based learning within and beyond the classroom. Coker is ranked among the “Best Colleges” in the South by U.S. News & World Report as well as The Princeton Review. Located in Hartsville, S.C., Coker is within two hours of the cultural, financial and recreational resources of Charlotte, Columbia, Charleston and Myrtle Beach.