GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the 2021-22 Academic Honor Roll on Friday, recognizing more than 5,500 student-athletes for classroom excellence during the most recent academic year.
The ACC Academic Honor Roll is comprised of student-athletes who participated in a varsity-level sport and registered a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the full academic year. This marks the third consecutive year in which at least 5,500 ACC student-athletes have achieved Honor Roll status.
“We are extremely proud of our tremendous student-athletes that continue to excel in the classroom and in competition,” said ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips, Ph.D. “The challenges of the last few years have been many; however, our remarkable student-athletes have continued to persevere and excel. Congratulations to the more than 5,500 individuals who earned ACC Academic Honor Roll distinction this year.”
Duke led all schools with a record 632 Honor Roll student-athletes, and Notre Dame placed 522 on the list. Virginia (465), Boston College (436), North Carolina (421) and Louisville (417) each had more than 400 student-athletes earn recognition.
Nine student-athletes made the ACC Honor Roll for the sixth time – Boston College’s Grant Carlson (football), Clemson’s Darien Rencher and Will Spiers (football), Florida State’s Harrison Prieto (men’s basketball) and Clara Robbins (women’s soccer), Louisville’s Gabby Kouzelos (women’s soccer), NC State’s Jamie Smith (men’s soccer), Pitt’s Jake Wentzel (wrestling) and Syracuse’s Brett Kennedy (men’s lacrosse).
Each of the ACC’s 15 schools had multiple student-athletes who achieved ACC Academic Honor Roll listing for the fifth time.
Please follow the link below for the complete 2021-22 ACC Academic Honor Roll: