ASC Announces Winter/Spring Honor Roll
ASC Announces Winter/Spring Honor Roll
Thursday, June 8, 2017

MARSHALL, Texas – Six hundred forty-eight students from the 13 member institutions are recognized by the American Southwest Conference on its 2017 Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference honor roll as announced on Thursday (June 1). East Texas Baptist University placed 65 student-athletes on the All-Conference honor roll.
 
Included on the ASC Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference list are the sports of baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track and field. Students assisting with athletic training and media relations are included among the Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference honors recipients.
 
To be eligible for ASC Academic All-Conference honors, a student-athletes and media relations students must be classified academically as a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student during the competition season; in attendance and completed at least one academic year (two consecutive semesters) at the institution; and carry at least a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average as certified at the conclusion of the spring 2017 semester. Athletic training and media relations students must carry a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade-point average to qualify for ASC academic recognition.

Listed below are the ETBU student-athletes who met the requirements:

Baseball: Mason Aldredge, Chad Boudreaux, Casey Combs, Conner Combs, Ashley Dukes, Zach Ervin, Brooks Lloyd, Kyle Loson, Jordan O’Bannon, Cody Pierce, Jacob Piper, Zach Pollard, Jaxon Rader, Logan Sprinkle, Dylan Sumpter, Josh Warbington, Brice Winter

Men’s Basketball: Hunter Book, Jordan Sanders

Women’s Basketball: Lauren Lee, Kaitlyn Packett, Jhaenniece Rasberry

Softball: McKenzie Cain, Trina Deyo, Katy Hill, Kaitlyn Hollingshead, Shelby Irlbeck, Victoria Jetton, Linzie Lewis, Lacey Lindsey, Alexis Nixon, Jayme Perez, Rocki Tello, Lindsey Vasquez

Men’s Tennis: Cody Highsmith, Connor Mason

Women’s Tennis: Kate Bramlett, Kellie Cawthon, Jabree McClaine, Mullika Seekhieo, Tiffany Stankiewicz

Men’s Track and Field: Zach Biles, Beau Billings, Cody Blankenship, Xavier Gray, Ramiro Mendez, Chase Sojka, Bobby Wells, Marcus Wooley

Women’s Track and Field: Alyssa Cummings, Kelsey Dagle, Hannah Goodwin, Victoria Gutierrez, Chloe Hudson, Tristen Parr, Shelby Sparks, Courtney Stevens, MaryAnn White

Athletic Training: Reid Adams, Josh Britnel, Kaleigh Cavanaugh, Hannah Goodwin, Chadwick Layton, McKenna Meddars, Kendall Vogt