Texas Lutheran places school-record 93 on SCAC Spring Academic Honor Roll
Posted on 7/5/2018 7:12:00 AM.
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran put a school-record 93 student-athletes onto the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Academic Honor Roll for the 2018 spring term.

TLU's 93 spring honorees tied Trinity University for the most student-athletes on the SCAC Academic Honor Roll.
The Bulldogs' 93 award winners are 14 more than the 2017 spring total.
TLU Men's Track & Field, the 2018 team champion, put a university-best 22 student-athletes on the list.
Marquis Brown, an Academic All-American and four-time competing All-American, made the Spring Academic Honor Roll for a fourth time.
TLU Baseball, the NCAA Division III national runner-up and champion of the Spokane, Wash. Regional and SCAC, put 19 players on the honor roll.
Seven position starters and All-American pitchers Nathan Malinovsky and Dylan Drgac topped the list.
Senior center fielder Riley Schaefer, a playing All-American and Academic All-American, received SCAC academic honors for a fourth time. All-American outfielder Tyler Cauley also made the honor roll.
TLU Women's Track & Field and SCAC champion TLU Softball put 17 and 16 student-athletes, respectively, on the list.
Track & Field All-American Cortnee Priour and Softball All-American Maitlin Raycroft each made the honor roll.
Since its inception in 1997, almost 26,500 male and female student-athletes have been recognized for their contributions in the classroom.

To qualify, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade-point average of 3.25 for the term and be a regular member of a varsity athletic team in a sport sponsored by the conference.
The complete list of TLU athletes on the Honor Roll is as follows:

Baseball: Keaton Boysen, Spencer Brandt, Tyler Cauley, Alex Cornman, Chad Curtis, Chase Cutler, Collin Docker, Dylan Drgac, Matthew Lemon, Nathan Malinovsky, Cullen Motsinger, Ethan Mueller, Dylan Murrell, Eric Rabinowitz, Cody Rimko, Riley Schaefer, David Vatuna, Landon Weatherly, and Jack Wieder.

Men’s Golf: Wyatt Blezinger, Connor James, Andrew Kraemer, Garrett Losack, Matthew McArthur, and Evan Skaar.

Women’s Golf: Kristen Cox, Kristen Laird, Kaley Martin, and Summer Swift.

Softball: Jordaine Bishop, Alyssa Cantu, Madisyn Cates, Brooke Ford, Jordan Hensley, DeAnna Hernandez, Kelly Jurden, Sierra Kacko, Kyla Lockley, Kelsie McEachern, Kylie Murdock, Lauren Myers, Skylar Oulette, Maitlin Raycroft, Dalani Sipila, and Kelsie Stone.

Men’s Tennis: Johari Dramiga, Roel Olvera, Nick Roccaforte, Carlos Subealdea, and Alex Talley.

Women’s Tennis: Madison Dyer, Mary Eby, M.P Hubert, and Megan Ingram.

Men’s Track & Field: Bryce Armstrong, Alejandro Briseno, Marquis Brown, Caleb Calderon, Ryan Geiger, Jacob Gutierrez, Hector Hornedo, Nathaniel Howell, Dalton Masters, Donald Manuszewski, Fracisco Olvera, Richard Pacheco, Trevor Roberts, Austin Speed, Afsar Sunesara, Connor Thompson, Christopher Torres, Zachary Velasquez, Rene Villareal, Dillan Wendel, Blake Westbrook, and Chad Wieland.

Women’s Track & Field: Kate Braun, Brielle Brown, Dejah Carr, Haleigh Garcia, Kylee Garcia, Vienna Haunschild, Ashlee Hooks, Hannah Kipp, Amber Lancaster, Emma Morgan, Ashley Myers, Felicia Ortiz, Siobhan Patterson, Cortnee Priour, Ciara Rodriguez, Ashley Rynard, and Thalia Sanchez.

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