Feb. 14, 2008
Photos from the Student-Athlete Honors Banquet
DAYTON, Ohio - Senior Allysa Detroy from women's tennis and junior Matthew Peters from men's cross country earned the second annual Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award from the Office of Academic Services of Student-Athletes and the Office of the Provost. Detroy and Peters were honored at the Student-Athlete Honors Banquet held prior to the Dayton men's basketball game on Wednesday.
Last season, Detroy posted an 11-12 singles record and captured Atlantic 10 Player of the Week on February 26, 2007. She is 2-6 this season in singles and doubles tennis. Detroy's wins have come against IUPUI and Green Bay where she helped her team to a 7-0 sweep. She boasts a 4.0 GPA as a dual major in Spanish and Education.
In the fall, Peters placed sixth in the Flyer 5k with a time of 15:29. Competing in five races, his notable finishes included 15th at the National Catholic Invite where he set a personal best of 25:45. Peters' time put him 32nd on the All-Time Top 8k Performances list at UD. In the classroom, Peters has 3.82 GPA as a Mechanical Engineering major.
The Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award is the most prestigious presented by the University of Dayton Athletics Department. It serves to recognize two student-athletes, one male and one female, who have demonstrated academic excellence, qualities of leadership and service to the University of Dayton and community.
The Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes also honored the members of the 4.00 Flyers Award, All-Academic Team and 3.50 honorees.
All-Academic Team - Recognizes student-athletes who earned the highest cumulative grade point average on their respective teams.
William Balbach (Baseball), Kurt Huelsman (Basketball), Matthew Peters (Cross Country), Brandon Cramer (Football), Nick Trubee (Golf), Ben Murray (Soccer), David Peyton (Tennis), Karah Cloxton (Basketball), Paige Smith (Golf), Allison Gates (Rowing), Leah Buls (Softball), Amanda Gallow (Soccer), Megan Gray (Tennis), Sarah Allen (Track and Field), Kristin Terry (Cross Country) and Nicole Bateman (Volleyball).
4.00 Flyers Award- Given to those who achieved a perfect grade point average during the winter or fall semesters of 2007.
Chris Lemon (Cross Country), Blake Bikowski (Football), Tyler Blue (Football), Brandon Cramer (Football), Kevin Hoyng (Football), Gary Long (Soccer), Karah Cloxton (Basketball), Julie Pouliquen (Golf), Allison Gates (Rowing), Susan Leopold (Rowing), Allison Walden (Rowing), Laura Matthews (Softball), Amanda Gallow (Soccer), Stacy Chew (Soccer and Track and Field), Allysa Detroy (Tennis), Megan Gray (Tennis) and Anne Oltman (Track and Field and Cross Country).
OASSA Academic Cup - Awarded to the team with the highest cumulative GPA. Women's Tennis
3.50 Honorees - Student-Athletes who have achieved a grade point average above a 3.5 during either the fall or winter 2007 terms.
Baseball - William Balbach, Jonathan Castine, Quinn Haselhorst, Kevin Miller, Cole Tyrell and Eric Wagner.
Men's Basketball - Kurt Huelsman
Men's Cross Country - Brad Boyd, Derek Henderson, Chris Lemon, Matt Lemon, Tommy Middleton, Matthew Peters, Michael Peters and Ryan Shirley.
Football - Bart Bergfeld, Tyler Blue, Kameron Bonner, Robert Burger, Matt Champa, Brandon Cramer, James Croghan, William Falk, Robert Florian, Matthew Gray, Joseph Gulick, Scott Horcher, Kevin Hoyng, John Jewell, AJ Kaltenbach, Brian Kelly, Brian Kucia, Matt Livingston, Stephen McDonald, Marcus Overman, Ryan Pollock, dan Prindle, Joseph Ries, Austin Roseberry, Benjamin Shappie, Matt Smyth, Daniel Sullivan, Matthew Swartz, Christopher Vermillion, Scott Vossler, David Walbright and Brandon Wingeier.
Men's Golf - Zach Glassman, Nick Trubee and Chris Woeste
Men's Soccer - Scott Caltabiano, Ryan Hartman, Tyler Imbrogno, Gary Long, Daniel March, Ben Murray, Joe Olwig, Alex Torda and Tommy Watkins
Men's Tennis - David Peyton
Women's Volleyball - Bethany Akerhielm, Rachael Broerman, Kacie Hausfield, Yvonne Marten, Kortney Norris, Becky Novacek, Mandy Robbe and Erin Schroeder.
Women's Basketball - Ashley Armstrong, Karah Cloxton, Kristin Daugherty, Brittany Holterman, Kiki Lund, Marie Rosche and Kendel Ross
Women's Golf - Cari Deangelis, Katie Dempsey, Elain English, Heather Grant, Mary Kane, Casey Peterson, Julie Pouliquen and Paige Smith.
Rowing - Kate Athmer, Melissa Brandfass, Lydia Caldwell, Alison Desjardins, Kelly Gartland, Allison Gates, Anna Heink, Jeanna Heink, Allyson Holsinger, Susan Leopold, Cydne Mason, Maria Otte, Grace Tita, Allison Walden, Allison Weis and Liz Whalen.
Softball - Leah Buls, Blair Crabtree, Allie Falk, Erin LaFayette, Anne Maci, Laura Matthews, Molly Meyer and Alicia Nichols.
Women's Soccer - Lindy Barber, Kelly Blumenschein, Annette Bonasso, Amanda Gallow, Stacy Chew, Lauren MacCormick, Kim Sacher, Samantha Shaffer and Deana Waintraub. Women's Tennis - Allysa Detroy, Nikk Dzubay, Chelsea Gray, Megan Gray, Laina Grote, Molly Matthews and Erin Wilkie.
Women's Track and Field / Cross Country - Sarah Allen, Lisa Aubry, Maureen Bulgrin, Ashley Cattran, Stacy Chew, Angela Conlon, Bridget Conlon, Liz Coorey, Emily Deet, Katie Devault, Sydney Hubbard, Amy Kempf, Chantee Matthews, Molly McCarty, Alex Miles, Ellen Nienhaus, Anne Oltman, Pembroke Strickland, Megan Sweenye, Kristin Terry, Melissa Walls and Johnna Zaccari.