Thursday, April 18, 2019

Forty Roadrunners earn Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal

Forty Roadrunners earn Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal
(April 13, 2018) -- Forty UTSA student-athletes have earned the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, commissioner Judy MacLeod announced today.

C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medals are awarded to student-athletes who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or better. A total of 709 student-athletes from the league’s 14 member institutions were honored with the medal during the 2017-18 academic year, an increase of nearly 10 percent from a year ago.

Following is a list of the 40 UTSA student-athletes who received the 2017-18 C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal:

Dylan Rock
Logan Swofford
Palmer Wenzel

Men's Basketball
Austin Karrer

Women’s Basketball
Karrington Donald
Carlie Heineman
Billie Marlow

Zachary Didomenico
Brady Jones
Terence Shaw

Women’s Golf
Ana Gonzalez
Julie Houston
Alexandra Lessing
Nikki Long

Michelle Cole
Nicole Galan
Rebekah Kensing
Jordyn Lacy
Isabella Sanchez
Kaja Skare

Bailee Baldwin
Kylea Nix

Women’s Tennis
Sofie Boers
Laura Cabrera
Charleen Tiwari

Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Devall Harris
Zack Kovar
Kyle Real
Steven Thomas
John von Dohlen

Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Britton Chapman
Olivia Esemena
Rachael Grossman
Charlette Janicek
Gabriyella Torres
Briana Washington

Christine Egu
Megan Slan
Shanon Volpis
Shelby Williams

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