SCU Softball Lands 71 Percent of its Student-Athletes on Academic Honor Roll

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The Santa Clara University softball program saw ten of its 14 eligible student-athletes post a cumulative GPA above 3.0 and earn recognition on the 2011 Pacific Coast Softball Conference (PCSC) Commissioner's Honor Roll.
 
Three of the team's four graduating senior's maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and true freshman Krista Jensen, a Psychology major from San Jose's Presentation High School, earned a GPA of 3.84.

"We are extremely proud of the effort our student-athletes put into the classroom," said third-year Santa Clara head softball coach Lisa Mize. "This is a true showing of not only the dedication we have to our sport, but also to our pursuits academically."
 
2011 PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll (SCU)
Jackie Nicora (Business, 3.87)
Krista Jensen (Psychology, 3.84)
Stephanie Smith (Economics and Finance, 3.66)
Amanda Edmonson (Psychology, 3.59)
Catherine Surane (Business, 3.55)
Kelly Scribner (Communications, 3.33)
Kimberly Tejeda-Lankford (Civil Engineering, 3.29)
Kristin Welsh (Political Science, 3.28)        
Stephanie Fisher (Undeclared, 3.17)
Vanessa Renae Leija (Business Management, 3.06)
 
For the complete list of 2011 PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll award winners click here.