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Inman Richardson lead spring honor roll selections

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Inman Richardson lead spring honor roll selections

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Freshman guard Julie Inman and sophomore forward Brittney Richardson led six Razorback women’s basketball players selected for the Spring 2009 semester University of Arkansas Academic Excellence Honor Roll. “We are proud of the many academic accomplishments of our student-athletes,” Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long said. “This special group of student-athletes has demonstrated the ability to not only compete, but succeed both in the classroom and in athletic competition.” "I’m certainly proud that we had six honor roll selections," UA head women’s basketball coach Tom Collen said. "Academics is an important part of what it means to be a Razorback athlete." Several names that were prominent in last season’s run to the Women’s NIT Sweet 16 and winners of post-season athletic honors were among the women’s basketball players. Inman and Richardson had the best semester efforts for women’s basketball, earning AD’s List for grades between 3.50 and 3.99. The SEC Sixth Player of the Year, Charity Ford, and the SEC Newcomer and Co-Freshman of the Year, C’eira Ricketts, were among four players that were on the department honor roll for grades between 3.00 and 3.49. All-SEC Freshman team member Lyndsay Harris and senior team captain Ayana Brereton rounded out the honor roll selections for women’s basketball.

Athletic Director’s List 3.50-3.99
Julie Inman Women’s Basketball Undeclared
Brittney Richardson Women’s Basketball Kinesiology
Athletic Departmental Honor Roll 3.00-3.49
Ayana Brereton Women’s Basketball Sociology
Charity Ford Women’s Basketball Kinesiology
Lyndsay Harris Women’s Basketball Biology
C’eira Ricketts Women’s Basketball Kinesiology


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