Commissioner's Honor Roll

Graphic courtesy of SFA Athletics

A total of 143 SFA student-athletes were recognized as part of the Southland Conference Spring 2020 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, according to a release from the conference office on Monday.

The Southland Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes from the aforementioned sports who maintain at least a 3.0 grade-point average (GPA) in the competition semester of their sport. The spring honor roll recognizes student-athletes competing in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track & field, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, beach volleyball, baseball and softball.

Among the 11 sports recognized for the semester, 515 student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA.

SFA student-athletes who were recognized were as follows:

BASEBALL - 23

Baseball players include: Skylar Black, Cal Campbell, Will Cerny, Carson Clowers, Kyle Cullen, Raygan Dodd, Kanin Dodge, Reece Easterling, Dillon Eatman, Tod Gauthe, Harrison Lee, Cully Mangus, Jared Martin, Chandler Poell, Jeremy Rodriguez, Martin Rodriguez, Jacob Stobart, Joe Todd, Easton Turnage, Jake Womack and Jake Zarrello.

MEN’S BASKETBALL - 8

Men’s basketball players include: Demiere Brown, John Comeaux, Charlie Daniels, Cameron Johnson, Gavin Kensmil, Kharee McDaniel, Oddyst Walker and Tyler Zivney.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL - 10

Women’s basketball players include: Marissa Banfield, Kennedy Harris, Riley Harvey, Aaliyah Johnson, Aiyana Johnson, Alyssa Mayfield, Brianna Mitchell, Mariia Semenichenko, Stephanie Visscher and Noelle Yancy.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL - 12

Beach volleyball players include: Paige Schieferstein, Hailey Hunt, Iris Fletcher, Olivia Unnasch, Maren Wisener, Payson Kelley, Bailey Mulder, Morgan Beckham, Neena Perdue, Ariana Pagan, Corin Evans and Madelynn Miller.

MEN’S GOLF- 11

Men’s golfers include: Justin Benson, Alec Brown, Steven Fabik, Jacob Garcia, Johannes Gudmundsson, Isiah Henderson, Colin Juban, Eldrick Juzga Pinto, Maxime LeClerc, Jake Smelser and Mateo Trevino.

WOMEN’S GOLF - 7

Women’s golfers include: Alexandra Batista, Sloane Bennett, Zayda Cedillo, Paola Cortes-Ortiz, Kate Dishman, Lyndy Laurrell and Kelly Yang.

SOFTBALL - 22

Softball players include: Katy Repa, Gaby Garcia, Katie Hartwell, Alex Hedspeth, Cassidy Tucker, Amzee Gerard, Mackenzie Bennett, Kassidy Wilbur, Jordan Llinas, Shaylon Govan, Brittany Crawford, Camryn Middlebrook, Kylie Hunt, Taylor Trosclair, Marisa Arriaga, Madison Clements, Kaelyn Roberts, Savanna Parker, Bryana Novegil, Reagan Chism, Ashley Kriesel and Bailey Richards.

WOMEN’S TENNIS - 8

Women’s tennis players include: Elena Bleicher, Armelle Cerdan, Ai Noa Fabre, Gabi Guilarte, Nida Kamal, Alisha Moldakhmetova, Darinka Tiboldi and Annie Walker.

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD - 13

Men’s track & field athletes include: Austin Compton, Branson Ellis, Pedro Flores, Chad Horstmann, Parker Jones, Titus Kiplagat, Hunter Krc, Muzuri Mattar, Max Merlyn, Drake Murphy, Max Murphy, Cord Neal and Tristan Wilhoit.

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD - 31

Women’s track & field athletes include: Alexis Antkowiak, Cayla Bardere, Kaylee Bizzell, Isabel Borrego, Sammi Brashears, Raylynn Brewer, Daijia Carr, Meredith Clayton, Mathilde Coquillaud-Salomon, Claire Crone, Riley Cross, Mallory Dotson, Megan Eichler, Avery Ellis-Byerly, Lisa Flores, Miranda Fontenot, Paxton Gutierrez, Skylar Hall. Christina Hernandez, Raylie Huff, Nissi Kabongo, Bailey Kinney, Lacey Lee, Caitlin Lennon, Brianna Nolen, Maggie Okul, Kelsey Ramirez, Bellodgia Roberson, Camille Singleton, Aaliyah Teel and Lauren Tucker.

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