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UVU freshman pitcher Megan Peay.

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Pacific Coast Softball Conference Commissioner Ellen Moore announced the 2012 PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll on Tuesday and 11 student-athletes from Utah Valley University made the cut.

Freshman pitcher Megan Peay led the way for the Wolverines as she recorded a near-perfect 3.94 GPA during the 2011-12 school year. Senior first baseman Amanda Perez, junior outfielder Marie Williams and fellow junior outfielder Charlee Cisneros followed suit with 3.67, 3.63 and 3.60 GPA's respectively.

In all, the PCSC named a record 138 student-athletes from its 12 member schools to the Commissioner's Honor Roll. To make the honor roll, a student-athlete had to record a 3.0 cumulative GPA for the 2011-12 academic year.

Ten schools had at least 10 student-athletes named to the honor roll, led by a PCSC champion Portland State with 15. Northern Colorado and San Diego placed 14 each, while Sacramento State and Weber State each had 13. Idaho State also added 12, while Santa Clara and UVU each had 11. CSU Bakersfield and Loyola Marymount had 10 players each named to the honor roll.

The following is a complete list of the UVU's student-athletes named to the 2012 PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll:

Player Pos. Yr. GPA Major

Charlee Cisneros OF JR 3.60 Psychology

Breanna English 3B SO 3.51 Community Health Education

Kelli Fox OF FR 3.43 Exercise Science

Stephanie Likos 3B FR 3.16 Exercise Science

Jamie North C FR 3.03 Elementary Education

Megan Peay P FR 3.94 Undeclared

Amanda Perez 1B SR 3.67 Psychology

Deianna Russell C SR 3.15 English

Kelli Smart SS FR 3.22 Undeclared

Josi Summers P SO 3.11 General Business

Marie Williams OF JR 3.63 Exercise Science

James Warnick is an assistant sports information director at Utah Valley University. For more information about Wolverine athletics, visit