LA Tech Student-Athletes named to C-USA Honor Roll

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RUSTON – A total of 169 Louisiana Tech student-athletes earned recognition to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll during the 2016-17 academic year, Commissioner Judy MacLeod announced today.

Student-athletes named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better. Student-athletes with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or better also receive the Commissioner’s Academic Medal. Those recipients will be released Friday, April 6.

The following is a complete list of Louisiana Tech’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll award winners, listed by sport:

Baseball: Graham Ahlrich, Parker Bates, Mark Baughman, Brent Diaz, Garrett Dodd, Raphael Gladu, Brennan Grant, Nate Harris, Austin Harrison, Kent Hasler, Matthew Holcombe, Tim Jordan, Cameron Linck, Mason Mallard, Matthew Miller, Dustin Mitchell, Mason Robinson, Aaron Sheppard, Brandon Talley, Sean Ullrich, Seth White, Doc Wilkerson

Men’s Basketball: Jalen Harris, JaColby Pemberton, Jeremiah Taylor, Luke Walker

Women’s Basketball: Kierra Lang, Alexus Malone, Daria McCutcheon, Anna McLeod, Ashley Reid, Ashley Santos, Rochelle Vasquez

Men’s Cross Country: Austin Ballow, Drake Heinz, Conner Killian, Brandon Lewis-Graham, Hayden Schmitz

Women’s Cross Country: Macaila Bell, Hayley Berg, Kacie Kaufman, Quinci Middlebrooks, Elia Nero, Ashley Wingerter

Football: Jackson Abraham, Charles Adeola, Jonathan Barnes, Elliott Blankenship, Tanner Borskey, Jordan Bradford, Peyton Braswell, Brandon Durman, Kyle Fischer, Demarcus Fleming, Donald Freeman, Travis Gary, Zachary Hannibal, Adrian Hardy, Jonathan Hughes, Roderick Jackson, Eric Kendzior, Clayton Landry, David Mahaffey, Dennis McMullan, Drew Melancon, Michael Mims, Cyril Noland-Lewis, Jake Norris, Taylor Perron, Ethan Reed, Kody Russey, Prince Sam, Wyatt Santos, Gerald Shouse II, Conner Smith, Jamarius Smith, Jackson Smithey, Ruston Travis, Israel Tucker, Javonte Woodard, Xavier Woods, Matthew Ydarraga, Alex Zayed

Men’s Golf: Joacim Ahlund, Hayden Frederick, Karsten Green, Luke Neeley, Felix Palson, Jacob Wyatt

Women’s Soccer: Kendall Ayers, Carlotta Cartelli, Jenna Dages, Madison Doll, Kristine Emrick, Monica Gebler, Kailee Hervey, Makenna Johnson, Nomvula Kgoale, Lisanne Kleygrewe, Haley Laque, Lexie LeBlanc, Stella Li,, Hannah McStay-Fenn, Emma Mele, Olivia Millington, Jaelyn Peeples, Annabel Prior, Mariah Rojas, Jordyn Rolli, Mylene Roy-Ouellet, Jezabelle Rubalcava, Kylee Seto, Alya Shams, Charity Simmons, Kathryn Sloan, Au’Dresha Spates, Amelia Thibodeaux, Izabella Ward, Faith Washington, Madeline Zuberer

Softball: Kimmie Atienza, Berkley Calapp, Jenny Chapman, Tori Charters, Jazlyn Crowder, Preslee Gallaway, Kassie Harris, Karlee Jensen, Natalie Moran, Taria Page, Marilyn Rizzato, Addison Roark, Katie Smith, Pauline Tufi, Morgan Turkoly

Women’s Tennis: Haley Ballinger, Alba Escalona Perny, Marta Sramkova, Jill Van Den Dungen

Men’s Track and Field: Gregory Ballard, Ed’jim Beaver, Andrew Bradberry, Jacob Cambre, Jordan Patrick, Isaac Samuels, Darius Statham

Women’s Track and Field: Asia Abron, Shelby Bishop, Daphney Campbell, Victoria Carroll, Maggie Hermann, Morgan Keesee, Chloe Lautric, Camille Lott, Autym Scales, Rhea Thompson, Alies Van Berkum, Liza Wall, Michaela Wheeler, Morgan White

Volleyball: Madeline Davis, Nia Johnson, Alexa Lister, Jacie McClure, Marta Monne, Courtney Rutledge, Brooke Short, Hannah Wright, Kathryn Zaunbrecher

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