The Southeastern Conference announced the 2021 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll at noon on Tuesday. A total of 83 Alabama student-athletes made the honor roll with the most honorees (16) from the national champion football team and the second most (10) from rowing.

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The honor roll is based on grades from the 2020-2021 academic year, and a student-athlete must have a GPA of 3.00 or better and has been a team member for the sport's entire NCAA Championship segment to earn a spot on the list.

Baseball:

  • Bryce Eblin-Communication Studies
  • Eli Giles-Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Grayson Hitt-General Business
  • Grant Knipp-Kinesiology
  • Dylan Ray-Consumer Sciences
  • Caden Rose-Management
  • Brayden Rowe-Kinesiology

Men's Basketball:

  • Darius Miles-Communication Studies
  • Joshua Primo-Business Finance
  • Jaden Quinerly-Business Finance
  • Alex Tchikou-Business Management

Women's Basketball:

  • Myra Gordon-Communication Studies
  • Taylor Sutton-Operations Management

Football:

  • Chase Allen-Kinesiology
  • Will Anderson Jr.-Communication Studies
  • Javon Baker-Consumer Sciences
  • Brian Branch-General Business
  • Chris Braswell-Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • Jackson Bratton-Management
  • Javion Cohen-Communication Studies
  • Kyle Edwards-General Business
  • Traeshon Holden-News Media
  • Sam Johnson-Kinesiology
  • Jah-Marien Latham-Undecided
  • Seth McLaughlin-Finance
  • Malachi Moore-News Media
  • Drew Sanders-Finance
  • Kristian Story-General Business
  • Bryce Young-News Media

Gymnastics:

  • Shania Adams-Pre-Major Studies
  • Sarah Duhe-Pre-Med
  • Cam Machado-Pre-Major Studies
  • Kaylee Quinn-Psychology

Men's Golf:

  • Canon Claycomb-News Media

Rowing:

  • Raegan Beightol-Economics
  • Hannah Bennett-Biology
  • Rachel Fuller-Aerospace Engineering
  • Brittany Hill-Biology
  • Ella Kemna-Biology
  • Abby Pesansky-General Business
  • Emma Shenkenberg-Microbiology
  • Elizabeth Struble-Kinesiology
  • Michala Struble-Interior Design
  • Sydney Wenstrom-Criminal Justice

Soccer:

  • Kate Henderson-Marketing
  • Felicia Knox-Pre-Major Studies
  • Tanna Sanchez-Carreto-Management
  • Penny Smith-Public Relations

Softball:

  • Kat Grill-Kinesiology
  • KJ Haney-Public Health
  • Alex Salter-General Business
  • Jaala Torrence-Kinesiology

Men's Swimming & Diving:

  • Matt King-Mechanical Engineering
  • Jake Marcum-Psychology
  • Christopher O'Connor-Finance
  • Kacper Piotrowski-Advertising
  • Trey Sheils-Biology
  • Eric Stelmar-Biology

Women's Swimming & Diving:

  • Cora Dupre-Economics
  • Isabella Matesa-General Business
  • Maddie Mechling-Public Health
  • Selina Reil-Psychology

Women's Tennis:

  • Anne Marie Hiser-Communication Studies
  • Sydney Orefice-Finance
  • Anna Parkhomenko-Marketing

Men's Track & Field:

  • Nathan Cooper-Exercise Science
  • Harrison Dimick-Exercise Science
  • Shea Donohoe-Lower Division Economics
  • Jack Hawes-Lower Division General Business
  • Jace Jones-Lower Division General Business
  • Garrett Suhr-Exercise Science

Women's Track & Field:

  • Bianca Carroccio-Biology
  • Nadia Herring-Elementary Education
  • Sophie Spada-Kinesiology
  • Kerri Walsh-General Business
  • Aysia Ward-Accounting

Volleyball:

  • Chaise Campbell-Biology
  • Riley Fisbeck-Human Environmental Sciences
  • Abby Marjama-Public Health
  • Kendyl Reaugh-Public Relations
  • Victoria Schmer-General Business
  • Madelyn St. Germain-Special Education
  • Allie Trame-Communicative Disorders

The Crimson Tide has had 98, 66, and 151 students on the SEC Fall, Winter, and Spring Academic Honor Rolls. Additionally, the Tide totaled 398 students on the academics honor rolls for the 2020-2021 year.

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