Fayetteville, N.C. – Fayetteville State University is one of many NCAA Division II colleges and universities that provide thousands of student-athletes the opportunity to compete at a high level of scholarship athletics while excelling in the classroom and fully engaging in the broader campus experience.
The Department of Athletics is proud to announce that 82 of its student-athletes have achieved a
“I really appreciate the efforts of the entire University College’s academic support services,” said Director of Athletics Anthony Bennett. “Our success in the classroom is proof that their support system works.”
Fayetteville State prides itself in academic excellence.
FSU earned the designation of Kappa Chapter for the National College Athlete Honor Society – Chi Alpha Sigma (XA∑) last year as the tenth (10th) college or university in the state of North Carolina.
During the recent Bronco Sports Awards Ceremony, 13 inductees met the criteria of a 3.4 GPA or higher in their junior year of eligibility. The 2018 Fayetteville State Chi Alpha Sigma inductees were: Chinwendu Maduegbunam [Women's Basketball]; Devondra Bazemore [Bowling]; Ashlee Gaskins [Cheerleading]; Brittany Lee [Softball]; Ayanna Dawson [Cheerleading]; Brandon Harvey [Football]; Devin Knudsen [Football]; Jordan McGrigg [Football]; Tristan Walker [Football]; Sarah Mastin [Women's Cross Country]; Collin Nordan [Men's Cross Country]; Avery Shaw [Volleyball]; and Joshua Smith [Men's Basketball/Golf].
The society's motto is "Excellence in Academics and Athletics." Its watchwords are "Athletics, Academics Achievement, and Attitude." The mission of the NCAHS is to bring honor and recognition to deserving student-athletes, their families, teams, athletic departments and colleges in much the same way as Phi Beta Kappa honors scholastics.
3.5 GPA or Better
Denzell Hosch - Men’s Basketball
Miranda Hinton – Women’s Basketball
James, Shaiquanda - Women’s Basketball
Chinwendu Maduegbunam, Women’s Basketball
Savannah Starling - Bowling
Brittany Worthy - Bowling
Collin Nordan – Men’s Cross Country
Jaylaan Poe – Men’s Cross Country
Sarah Davis – Women’s Cross Country
Gregory Brooks - Football
Brandon Harvey - Football
Noah Lunsford - Football
Jordan McGrigg - Football
James Transou - Football
Corey Bissen - Golf
Adam Capps - Golf
James Rikard - Golf
Aniya Clark – Track & Field
Jamellia Potts – Track & Field
Stephanie Thomas – Track & Field
Nicollette Brown - Softball
Brittany Lee - Softball
Brittany Doss - Tennis
Asia Potts - Tennis
Amber Gladden - Tennis
Brandye Cropper - Volleyball
Ahriana Edwards - Volleyball
Zyaja Mattocks - Volleyball
Teeya McLean - Volleyball
Avery Shaw - Volleyball
Amari Black - Cheerleading
3.0 GPA or Better
Tyrique McClain - Men’s Basketball
Joshua Smith - Men’s Basketball /Golf
Tayanna Bennett - Women’s Basketball
Courtney Best - Women’s Basketball
Michelle Gainey - Women’s Basketball
Breona Jones, - Women’s Basketball
Leslie Brayboy - Bowling
Rahsaan Cotton – Men’s Cross-Country
Darian Stanton – Men’s Cross-Country
Charles Pumbu – Men’s Cross-Country
Winter Walker – Women’s Cross-Country/Women’s Track & Field
Quran Blount - Football
Elijawaun Boone - Football
Christopher Brooks - Football
Jawwad Evans - Football
Malik Ford - Football
Aaron Green - Football
Devin Knudsen - Football
Michael Kramer - Football
David Lamb - Football
Richard Latimer - Football
Kirkland McKenzie - Football
Kenneth Merrit - Football
Alijah O'Neal - Football
Brandon Smith - Football
Tyrone Stevens - Football
Jyree Taylor - Football
Darnell Walker - Football
Antonio Williams - Football
Michaela Williams – Women’s Track & Field
Chelsea Faison – Women’s Track & Field
Halee Knowles - Softball
Rachel Rodriguez - Softball
Maggie Smith - Softball
Ashlyn Zook - Softball
Ziyanna Canty - Volleyball
Charli Daniels - Volleyball
Alexis Hollis - Volleyball
Jayde Jacobs - Volleyball
Nakia McKinnie - Volleyball
Arlicia Ortiz - Volleyball
Raven Ousley-Brown - Volleyball
Morgan Fuller - Cheerleading
Asia McNeill - Cheerleading
Briana Jones - Cheerleading
Mike Wilkes - Cheerleading
Danielle Womack - Cheerleading
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