MacMurray football honors graduates, top students
June 11, 2014
The MacMurray College football program is proud to announce the members of its spring 2014 Operation 3.0 effort and the football team members who graduated this spring.
Operation 3.0 is a team initiative for each team member to attain a 3.0 grade point average for each semester. For the spring of 2014 semester, 20 student-athletes, or 37 percent of the team earned a 3.0 GPA or better. This is the highest percentage for a spring semester in Head Coach Chris Douglas’ tenure at MacMurray College.
Academic excellence is a primary goal at the MacMurray College football program. MacMurray football also saw its highest percentage of team members earning a spot on MacMurray College’s Dean’s List, which requires a 3.5 semester GPA – 12 student athletes or 22 percent of the team. MacMurray football also saw three team members earn a perfect 4.0 GPA for the semester.
Operation 3.0 for spring semester 2014:
James Bledsoe, Damon Byrd, Kevin Cherry, Coy Dorothy, Michael Fernandez, Dervon Francis, Patrick Hall, Joseph Legendre, Freddy Lomprez, Mike Montano, Zach Mudd, David Powell, Chris Snodgrass, Miles Tabarez, Carson Terrell, Vattel Voigt, Michael Wells, Danny Williams, Antwon Willis and Deryck Woods.
Football team members on the MacMurray Dean’s List for Spring 2014:
James Bledsoe, Kevin Cherry, Coy Dorothy, Michael Fernandez, Dervon Francis, Joseph Legendre, Freddy Lomprez, Zach Mudd, David Powell, Vattel Voigt, Michael Wells and Danny Williams.
Spring 2014 football graduates
Graduation is the ultimate goal of a MacMurray student-athlete, and MacMurray football saw 11 graduates earn their degrees this spring. MacMurray football boasts a 93 percent graduation rate since Coach Douglas began at MacMurray three years ago.
Pictured (left to right):
Front row: Taylor Hosta, Dakota Cain, Head Coach Chris Douglas, Bronson Black, Dillon Lascelles.
Second row: Leo Coronado, Casey Young, James Simelton II with his son, James III, Zachary Peppers.
Back row: Anthony McKinney, Ray Smith
Not pictured: Tim Calvin