10 Lions Named to PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll
Ten LMU softball players are among 72 total student-athletes named to the 2013 Pacific Coast Softball Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.
June 26, 2013
LOS ANGELES - Ten LMU softball players are among 72 total student-athletes named to the 2013 Pacific Coast Softball Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll, PCSC Commissioner Ellen Moore announced Wednesday.
The 72 honorees from the league's seven member institutions recorded a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average for the 2012-13 academic year.
Three schools placed at least 10 players on the honor roll, including San Diego with 15, BYU with 13 and LMU with 10. This marks the second straight year that the Lions placed 10 student-athletes on the list.
The Lions earning recognition include freshman Sara Cohen (C/OF, 3.00, psychology), junior Kathryn Dutton (C, 3.50, political science), senior Erica Grady (RHP, 3.55, animation), junior Meghan Harman (3B, 3.70, heath and human sciences), freshman Stephanie Maciel (SS, 3.11, marketing), senior Molly Medeiros (RHP, 3.34, marketing), freshman Jordan Price (OF, 3.25, psychology), sophomore Breeanna Sandoval (OF, 3.00, sociology), sophomore Sterling Shuster (2B, 3.68, film production) and senior Danielle Smith (OF, 3.31, economics).
This marked the fourth straight appearance for Smith, while Dutton and Harman earned their third appearance. Shuster marked her second time on the honor roll.