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Southland Conference Announces 2018 Football All-Academic Team

first_img DL Dedrick Garner Lamar Fairfield, Texas Sr. 3.14 Criminal Justice Pos. Name School Hometown Cl. GPA Major DB Zyon McCollum* Sam Houston State Galveston, Texas So. 3.08 Biomedical Sciences OL Kade Parmelly^ Abilene Christian Abilene, Texas Jr. 3.90 Kinesiology DB Ryan Reed^3 Northwestern State St. Francisville, La. Sr. 3.59 Industrial Engineering Technology DB Adrian Contreras^2# Sam Houston State Georgetown, Texas Sr. 3.66 Accounting OL Dustin Burns Northwestern State Beaumont, Texas Sr. 3.71 Biology OL Eddie Houston Nicholls Newton, Miss. Gr. 3.18 Human Performance Education LB Langston Tunson Houston Baptist Humble, Texas Jr. 3.93 Legal Studies RB Chance Pierce Abilene Christian Bridgeport, Texas Jr. 3.40 Kinesiology * Automatic selection; First Team All-Conference^ Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-District& Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-American# Automatic selection; FCS ADA Academic All-Star2 Two-time all-academic selection3 Three-time all-academic selection P Alex Kjellsten* McNeese Lake Charles, La. Sr. 3.40 General Studies DL Johnavhon Graham Houston Baptist DeSoto, Texas Sr. 3.15 Kinesiology/Wellness Management OL Hayden Scott Stephen F. Austin Spring, Texas Gr. 4.00 Professional Accountancy RB Dontrell Taylor^2 Nicholls White Castle, La. Jr. 3.75 Petroleum Sciences – Safety Technology OL Chandler Arceneaux*2 Nicholls Bourg, La. Sr. 3.45 Interdisciplinary Studies WR Brandon Myers Central Arkansas Plant City, Fla. So. 3.48 Undecided DB Erik Huhn Abilene Christian Cibolo, Texas Gr. 4.00 Higher Education WR Josh Fink^&# Abilene Christian Coppell, Texas Sr. 3.96 Finance QB Luke Anthony2# Abilene Christian Fort Worth, Texas Jr. 4.00 Finance DB Gavin Roland^ Stephen F. Austin League City, La. So. 4.00 Biology PK Gunnar Raborn McNeese Lafayette, La. Sr. 3.21 Management DL Jon Miller Southeastern Louisiana Pelham, N.Y. Sr. 3.24 General Studies FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian quarterback Luke Anthony is the 2018 Southland Conference Football Student-Athlete of the Year and one of the Wildcats’ five selections to the all-academic team, announced by the league Tuesday. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.ACU’s five honorees led the way while Houston Baptist, Nicholls and Southeastern Louisiana collected a trio of selections. McNeese, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin each earned a pair of honorees. Central Arkansas and Lamar each garnered one pick.A two-time all-academic team selection, Anthony was voted to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team and boasts a perfect 4.00 grade point average while majoring in finance. A member of the 2018 All-Conference Honorable Mention squad, the Fort Worth, Texas, native led the league in completions (319) and completion percentage (65.9) and ranked second in passing yards (3,019) and touchdowns (23).Four additional student-athletes are also returning all-academic selections, led by three-time honoree Ryan Reed of Northwestern State. Nicholls running back Dontrell Taylor, Houston Baptist defensive lineman Andre Walker and Sam Houston State defensive back Adrian Contreras all landed on the all-academic team for a second time.Three other student-athletes posted perfect 4.00 grade point averages – ACU defensive back Erik Huhn and Stephen F. Austin offensive lineman Hayden Scott and defensive back Gavin Roland.Southland Conference All-Academic Teams are voted upon by head coaches, sports information directors and an academic/compliance staff member from each school. Student-Athletes of the Year are voted upon by an awards committee which consists of one administrator from each member school. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted.To be eligible for all-academic distinction, an athlete must hold a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA through the semester prior to the sport’s championship, completed at least one full academic year at the nominating school prior to the current season, and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s competitions during the most recently completed season.Student-Athlete of the Year nominees must have at least a 3.20 GPA and have completed at least two years of athletic competition at the nominating school, including the current season.2018 Southland Football Student-Athlete of the Year: Luke Anthony, Abilene Christian2018 Southland Football All-Academic Team LB Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund^ Southeastern Louisiana Darmouth, Nova Scotia Jr. 3.89 Biology DL Andre Walker^2 Houston Baptist Slidell, La. Jr. 3.52 Biochemistry/Molecular Biology TE Bransen Schwebel* Southeastern Louisiana Amite, La. Jr. 3.00 Managementlast_img read more

India 3rd in worldwide dope violation in new WADA report

first_imgNew Delhi, Apr 28 (PTI) Lightweights in the competitive arena but India continued to rule the roost as far as doping was concerned, placed once again in the top three in a WADA report based on the information supplied by various national bodies. India had the third highest Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) in 2014, with 96 cases, behind Russia (148) and Italy (123). Belgium (91), France (91), Turkey (73), Australia (49), China (49), Brazil (46) and South Korea (43) followed India in the top 10, according to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) report released today. ADRV is a doping case in which a decision is rendered against an athlete following a full disciplinary process. The sanction is either a reprimand or a period of ineligibility. Out of the 96 ADRVs recorded by India, four are non analytical (2 each in athletics and wrestling) cases like failure to submit to appear for a test, possession, use or trafficking of a prohibited substance following an investigation. Out of these 96 dope violations, 79 (56 men and 23 women) failed in-competition tests while 13 (9 men and 4 women) were caught out-of-competition. India, whose medal count in the Olympics has been a mere 24 since 1920, has one of the highest number dope offenders in the last few years. Among the sports which contributed most dope cheats in the country, athletics continued to maintain the top spot with 29 cases, followed by powerlifitng (23) and weightlifting (22) as the trend of the last few years continued. Other sports whose athletes were caught for dope violations were basketball (3), judo (3), taekwondo (3), wrestling (3), wushu (3), boxing (2), canoe/kayak (1), shooting (1) and soft-tennis (1). There was a case of one dope violation each in para-athletics and para-judo as well. In worldwide dope violations in athletics, India — with 29 such cases — stood second behind Russia (39). Italy (15), France (14), China (13) and Kenya (12) are the other countries in top list of dope violations in athletics. MORE PTI PDS PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more