Six men, four women named TSAC Scholar-Athletes
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Six men, four women named TSAC Scholar-Athletes
Zack Batty was one of 10 Cumberland soccer players named TranSouth Scholar-Athletes. (Credit Steve Wampler)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Six men’s and four women’s soccer players were named TranSouth Scholar-Athletes, as announced by the league office at the conclusion of the conference championships last weekend. Student-athletes must be a sophomore, junior or senior and maintain a 3.00 grade-point-average entering the fall semester to be eligible.

Six men’s players, including senior Gubby John-Williams, juniors Zack Batty, Robert Boyd, Seth Obermeyer and sophomores Bradley Williams and Matthew Shattuck, were named TSAC Scholar-Athletes. Boyd was a First Team All-TranSouth selection as well and Williams earned TSAC Freshman of the Year honors last season.

On the women’s side junior Helena Dimantas Farias and sophomores Angela Cortes, Mandie Crispin and Simone Quinn all garnered the honor. Dimantas Farias was also a First Team All-TranSouth selection after earning Second Team honors as a freshman.

2010 TranSouth Scholar-Athletes
MEN’S SOCCER
Zack Batty, 3.11 – Mathematics
Seth Obermeyer, 3.08 – Criminal Justice
Matthew Shattuck, 3.16 – Athletic Training
Bradley Williams, 3.23 – Sports Management
Robert Boyd, 3.03 – General Business
Gubby John-Williams, 3.02 – Criminal Justice

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Angela Cortes, 3.20 – Criminal Justice
Mandie Crispin, 3.26 – Marketing
Simone Quinn, 3.49 – Computer Information Systems
Helena Dimantas Farias, 3.82 – Humanities and Social Science