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Southern Connecticut freshman Jessica Maier was named the Northeast-10 rookie of the week, and sophomore goalie Brianna Craft was named to the weekly honor roll.
An honor roll student, Fowlkes earned Academic All-American and the President's Award for Educational Excellence.
Pennie never expected her daughter, once a star softball player and honor roll student, to struggle with opioid addiction, or spend her twenties in and out of rehab.
College football: Navy senior linebacker D.J. Palmore was placed on the American Athletic Conference weekly honor roll. ...
Hill was named to the Paul Hornung Award honor roll after his performance, which included a touchdown throw, touchdown run and touchdown catch.
Ohio State's offensive line as a whole is on the mid-season honor roll for the Joe More Award (recognizing the best offensive line unit in college football), along with 20 other teams.
Among them were the Agnes Meyer awards, which are given to outstanding Washington-area teachers, and a program through which high school students earn college scholarships by making the honor roll.
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HONOR ROLL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of honor roll for English Language Learners
: a list of people who deserve to be honored; especially : a list of students who have received good grades in school
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