Jacksonville Lands Program Best 45 Student-Athletes On PFL Academic Honor Roll
Dolphin Student-Athletes honored for achieving a 3.0 GPA or higher during the fall semester

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Jacksonville was represented by program best 45 student-athletes on The Pioneer Football League’s Academic Honor Roll for the Fall 2012 semester. Last season JU was represented by 28 student-athletes on the list.

The academic honor roll consists of student-athletes who participated in football at member institutions during the fall semester and posted a 3.0 grade-point average or higher during the semester while enrolled full-time in accordance with NCAA rules. The league placed a record 490 student-athletes on the Honor Roll this year from its 10 member institutions.

It is the fourth consecutive year the PFL has announced a record number of students to its honor roll with its current 10 member institutions. It also is the sixth consecutive year the league has seen an increase in the number of students recognized on its honor roll.

Earning recognition for the Dolphins were:

Trevor Alfredson (So.), Business
Travis Ballard (So.), Biology
Trey Barnes (Fr.), Engineering
Brandon Behr (Fr.), Finance
Mark Bodkin (So.), History
Kendryk Boyd (So.), International Business
Alexander Bradley (Sr.), Business
Jacob Campoamor (Fr.), Marketing
Casey Czpala (Sr.), Exercise Science
Matt Davis (So.), Business
Daniel DelGuidice (Sr.), Business
Wisly Desire (Sr.), Sport Management
Nathan Diehl (So.), Biology
Robert Dimarco (Sr.), Political Science
Ed Foley (Jr.), Management
Trevius Folston (RSo.), Computer Sciences
Ryan Geyer (So.), Marine Science
John Gislason (So.), Management
Troy Graham (Sr.), Communications
Dorian Guy (Jr.), Sport Management
Evan Harvey (Fr.), Exercise Science
Joseph Lombardi (Fr.), Exercise Science
Colt Linster (Sr.), Exercise Science
Taylor Marsh (Sr.), Accounting
Layne McCombs (Sr.), Business
Kwadwo Mensah (Sr.), Business
Rolan Milligan (Fr.), Sport Management
Wesley Moore (Fr.), Business
Ricardo Najera (Fr.), Business
Nnamdi Ofodile (So.), Biology
Robert Pickens (So.), History
Juan Pimienta (Jr.), Sociology
Keith Pittman (Fr.), Sport Management
Adrian Riley (Jr.), Finance
Aaron Riley (Jr.), Sociology
Andrew Robustelli (So.), Undecided
Trey Snow (Sr.), Sport Management
Cyril Stubbs (Jr.), History
Desmond Sullivan (Fr.), Computer Sciences
Brent Walker (Fr.), Business
Ryan Walker (Sr.), Exercise Science
Tramell Williams (Jr.), Sociology
Logan Williamson (So.), Communications
Blake Willis (Sr.), Mathematics
Brion Youngs (So.), Exercise Science