Jacob Cannon Selected for Academic Team
Congratulations to Jacob Cannon, who was selected for the 2013-2014 Florida College System Activities Association Academic Team in men's basketball.
Jacob graduated from Land O' Lakes High School and was a freshman guard at PHSC last year.
Graduating Sophomores Moving On To Four-Year Programs
Head Coach Steve Winterling announced that seven sophomores will be taking their talents to four-year institutions. Tyler Ramsey (Delaware State University), Robby McCabe (East Tennessee State University) and Joel Rosario (Texas Southern University) have signed with NCAA Division I programs. Brennan Allen (Brevard College), Tyler Cooler (University of Tampa) and Chris Frosch (University of Tampa) will be playing NCAA Division II baseball and Jose Alonzo signed with NAIA member University of the Cumberlands. Each student-athlete played a major role in this year's fourth place finish at the College World Series.
Cross Country Runner Wins Award
Sophomore Judith Young won the Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement for having an excellent grade point average for all four semesters while competing for the cross country and half marathon team.
Judith’s overall GPA while at PHSC was a 3.7. Judith was an integral part of the 2012 and 2013 Cross Country teams. She was also on the half marathon team for the 2013 season. Judith plans to continue her academic and athletic endeavors at the University of South Florida this fall.
Volleyball Qualifies for Team Academic Award
The women's volleyball team qualified for the NJCAA All Academic Team Award with a 3.31 team GPA. The minimum GPA to qualify is a 3.0. The team ranked 41 out of 97 qualifying teams.
And, special recognition is given to Jessi Shapiro who qualified for an individual academic award—the NJCAA Exemplary Academic Achievement Award. Athletes must have completed three full-time semesters and must have an overall GPA between a 3.60 and 3.76 to qualify.
Solomon Signs Athletic Scholarship with Edward Waters College
Congratulations to Keyana Solomon. Keyana recently signed an athletic scholarship with Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Fla. and will pursue a degree in Criminal Justice.
Keyana graduated from Pasco-Hernando State College in May. Her softball record is a .342 batting average with 10 doubles and an on base percentage of .444.
Volleyball Alum Signs With Davenport University
Altonia Taylor, sophomore, middle hitter from Brampton, Ontario signed a scholarship today to attend and play volleyball next year at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Mich. She was a member of the PHCC/PHSC team from 2012-2014. In the two years she participated, the team qualified for two regional appearances where they finished both seasons as the Region 10 runner-up.