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Nearly 200 UTSA student-athletes earn a spot on the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll

 Nearly 200 UTSA student-athletes earn a spot on the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll

(April 11, 2019) - Student-athletes who represent UTSA on the field, court, course or track have been recognized for their hard work and dedication in the classroom. UTSA has placed 199 student-athletes on the 2018-19 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll during the 2018-19 academic year.

A total of 2,775 student-athletes from around the conference who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better earned a spot on this year’s honor roll.

Student-athletes with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or better also receive the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal. Those recipients will be announced Friday.

Following is a complete list of UTSA student-athletes on the 2018-19 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll: 

Garrett Acker
Bryan Arias
Taylor Barber
Leyton Barry
Cameron Carver
Shane Daughety
Christ Estrada
Slater Foust
Bradley Griggs
Zachary Griggs
Hunter Grimes
Arturo Guajardo
Connor Heffron
Clayton Hill
Joshua Lamb
Gavin Machado
Kyrell Miller
Nick Oslovar
Ben Ostrominski
Mac Papini
Karan Patel
Griffin Paxton
Dylan Rock
Shane Sirdashney
Bryan Sturges
Logan Swofford
Jonathan Tapia
Nick Thornquist
Palmer Wenzel
A.G. Yowell
Zach Zeller

Men’s Basketball
Giovanni De Nicolao
Byron Frohnen
Knox Hellums
Adokiye Iyaye
Mitar Stanojevic
Austin Timperman
Toby Van Ry

Women’s Basketball
Mandi Cooks
Deja Cousin
Karrington Donald
Charlotte Ellmore
Kourtney Kekec
Billie Marlow
Ryann Stearns
Timea Toth

Andrew Acosta
Erik Baughman
Logan Burke
Caleb Cantrell
Zachary Didomenico
Hunter Duplessis
Brandon Garza
Peter Gray
Peyton Hall
Lawrence Jackson
David Martel
Les Maruo
Brandon Matterson
Carter McCarthy
Nate Newton
Kelechi Nwachuku
Emmanuel Oluga
Zach Pare
Yannis Routsas
Terence Shaw
Cade Stoever
Alex Snow
Alfred Wande
Jordan Weeks
Men’s Golf
Will Adams
Collin Clark
Christian Fanfelle
Chad Sewell

Women’s Golf
Ana Gonzalez
Hannah Holzmann
Julie Houston
Madison Kidd
Katia Mexsen
Brooke Nolte

Sarah Bayhi
Kathleen Becker
Alyssa Blankenship
Lexi Bolton
Kaitlyn Bumgarner
Michelle Cole
Cailey Elder
Melissa Finley
Olivia Futch
Nicole Galan
Tara Giesen
Isa Hernandez
Marianne Hernandez
Rebekah Kensing
Jordyn Lacy
Chandler Jackson
Katieann Lochte
Harper Luczka
Julia Martinez
Jasmine Marwan
Olivia Nicholls
Ellis Patterson
Leah Leal
Isabella Sanchez
Brittany Von Schneidau

Bailee Baldwin
Kindell Brooks
Lauren Coerver
Marena Estell
Hailey Garza
Riley Grunberg
Abigail Haston
Clarissa Hernandez
Michelle Iparraguirre
Kaitlin Lopez
Madison Nelson
Kylea Nix
Elexus Trenkle
Cassandra Valdez
Victoria Villarreal

Men’s Tennis
Kai Breitbach
Joao Ceolin
Javier Gonzalez
Leon Hein
Patrick Poestinger
Juri Reckow

Women’s Tennis
Laura Cabrera
Kylee Kato
Diya Menon
Sophie Omoworare
Charleen Tiwari
Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Jamal Anderson
Omar Bekdache
Monty Bertschy
Jose Corona
Matthew David
Caleb Devereaux
Garrett Fowler
Justin Gerbrecht
Marcus Guajardo
Gary Haasbroek
Devall Harris
Hunter Hawkins
Anthony Horak
Cameron Hudson
Zack Kovar
Karney Linch
Jake McDaniel
Andrew Pirog
Patrick Prince
Marcus Ramirez
Josh Rodriguez
Chris Rosales
Peter Sepulveda
Jake Smith
Jared Taylor
Steven Thomas

Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Abby Balli
Lacee Barnes
Abigail Behring
Caroline Bellows
Amber Boyd
Orla Brothers
Olivia Esemena
Sarah Estrada
Darionne Gibson
Colleen Gilbert
Cynthia Gonzales
Gabby Gonzales
Briana Gonzalez
Alexandria Gray
Mia Hicks
Charlette Janicek
Brooke Lomax
Marissa Martinez
Chloe Munoz
Dallas O'Connell
Victoria Rausch
Sofia Salinas
Gabriyella Torres
Briana Washington
Chase Whiting
Erin Wilson

Lourdes Castro
Ashley Dominguez
Christine Egu
Hannah Froeschl
Amanda Gonzales
Hannah Lopez
Brianna McCulloch
Madeline McKay
Lydia Niebla
Mia Perales
Kenedi Rutherford
Kirby Smith
Kara Teal
Shelby Williams
Allison Vaughan
Mia Ybarra

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