Blinn Names 174 Students to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll

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The Blinn College District has named 174 student-athletes to the Spring 2020 Don Wilhelm Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. To be eligible, student-athletes must post a 3.0 or better grade point average (GPA) and pass a minimum of 12 credit hours of college-level courses. Of 334 athletes, 52% made the honor roll.

Thirty-four student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average: baseball players Cole Brown, Patrick Hail, Gavin LaBruyere, Brett Minnich, Jack Schell, Dalton Stevenson, and Dylan Theut; cheerleaders Kylann Dillard, Caitlyne Guillory, Keegan Jones, Noelle Pratt, Camrynne Rebert, and Bailey Rubal; softball players Emelyn Coussou, Emily Murphy, Italie Speziale, and Renna Toomey; women’s soccer players Alyssa Cisneros, Lindy Jenkins, Janay Wilson, and Morgan Winthrop; volleyball players  Rachel Barnett, Brooke Borden, Kaitlyn Pollard, and Giulia Hortelan; women’s basketball players Hailey Atwood, Gabriela Bosquez, and Jessica Soders; dance team members Blair Jacobusse and Jamia Smith; men’s golfers Barrett Cangelosi and Cameron Gray; men’s soccer player Ethan Unger; and women’s golfer Sierra Jameson.

The volleyball team led all Blinn athletic programs with a 3.38 GPA, while the baseball and softball teams followed with a 3.37 GPA. Baseball had the most honor roll students with 24, followed by football and cheer with 19 each.

“Blinn’s coaches and athletic staff are proud of the accomplishments our honor roll student-athletes achieved, especially during unprecedented times,” Athletic Director Scott Schumacher said. “To have 174 student-athletes earn honor roll and 34 maintain a perfect 4.0 grade point average is impressive and shows the commitment they have to academics.”

The honor roll is named after former Blinn Athletic Director Don Wilhelm, an NJCAA Hall of Famer who served the College for 10 years.

Here is the complete list of Spring 2020 honor roll student-athletes:

BASEBALL (24)

Cole Brown, Matthew Crossley, Bailey Deramus, Jack Driskell, Kyle Gough, Patrick Hail, Caden Homniok, AJ Irvin, Kam Kelton, Gavin Labruyere, Brett Minnich, Trevor Mott, Mason Muras, Dillon Pawlik, Blane Romero, Jack Schell, Westley Schields, Caleb Schulz, Dalton Stevenson, Dylan Theut, Bryce Toney, Brandon Williams, Nick Wolff, and Grant Wood.

CHEER (19)

Sidney Bird, Daeron Brodie, Olivia Castilho, Kylann Dillard, Caitlyne Guillory, Madilyn Hall, Saylor Hayes, Madison Hefner, Kendall Horne, Reanna Hughes, Keegan Jones, Ashley Martinez, Noelle Pratt, Laci Prause, Camrynne Rebert, Regan Reposh, Julissa Rodriguez, Bailey Rubal, and Cheyenne Tuley.

FOOTBALL (19)

Austin Alvarez, Tristan Canales, Nickalos Falsone, Danny Gray, Vernon Hartfield, Raymond Honshtein, Bryson Jackson, Trevier Langley, Ben Langston, Armani Lowery, Xavier Luehr, Stanley Mark, Jaque Martin, Chandler Rogers, Trea Shropshire, Dominic Thompson, Dawson Unruh, Keldric Williams, and Jordan Woodard.

SOFTBALL (18)

Georgia Biggs, Emelyn Coussou, Mackenzi Crews, Nevada Dolnik, Mayela Fernandez, Kindle Gault, Clarissa Hagler, Amy Hitt, Julissa Llanos, Marley Mahoney, Reagan Majewski, Emily Murphy, Anna Pisaro, Italie Speziale, Bailee Stanzione, Renna Toomey, Chloe Woodward, and Bailey Zibelin.

WOMEN’S SOCCER (17)

Alyssa Cisneros, Jasper Cohn, Alyssa Correa, Yasmine Cuadra, Carla Garcia, Maribel Garza, Hope Hillhouse, Lindy Jenkins, Kaley Kasper, Destianna Manning, Jannell Medellin, Olivia Porter, Emily Rodriguez, Bianca Vital, Jessica Vital, Janay Wilson, and Morgan Winthrop.

MEN’S BASKETBALL (13)

Calvin Carpenter, Pedro Castro, Parker Gettys, Tristan Ikpe, Bonke Maring, Ryan Pollard, Azariah Seay, Nicholas Statz, Nic Tata, Tyler Washington, Luke Dorcas, Ross Schumacher, and Tanner Stein.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (13)

Deja Adrian, Hailey Atwood, Gabriela Bosquez, Alex Bowman, Keaundra Eddings, Kristine Ezimako, Ah’Jaya Johnson, Briauna Johnson, Tanea Sims, Jessica Soders, Alanna Spencer, Imani Wimbish-Gay, and Amani Landers.

DANCE (12)

Breanna Butler, Ivana Delgado, Madison Eddings, Mariah Flores, Trinity Hill, Blair Jacobusse, Destiny Ramos, Karlie Rieniets, Jessenia Rojo, Taylor Shelton, Jamia Smith, and Rebecca Zerecheck.

MEN’S GOLF (12)

John Baker, Justin Benton, Barrett Cangelosi, Justin Dees, Travis Edwards, Cameron Gray, Casey Harman, Connor Himly, Bryce Honeck, Alex Kelly, Riley Simmons, and Michael Strout.

MEN’S SOCCER (10)

Jose Cavazos Andrzejewska, Luis Davila, Johnathan Galindo, Israel Macias Martinez, Rodrigo Marquez, Derek Norsworthy, Joaquin Olmedo, Luke Thompson, Ethan Unger, and Brook Williams.

VOLLEYBALL (9)

Rachel Barnett, Julia Benefield, Brooke Borden, Autumn Dowell, Paige Havel, Chloe Mullins, Kaitlyn Pollard, Giulia Hortelan, and Tatum Smidovec.

TRAINERS (6)

Brianna Hill, Destiny Johnson, Kylie Key, Kaitlyn Lopez, Caitlin Norrell, and Kori Valchar.

WOMEN’S GOLF (2)

Sierra Jameson and Paige Moyle.

Blinn has competed in intercollegiate athletics since 1903 and captured 41 NJCAA national championships since 1987. For more information, visit www.buccaneersports.com.