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Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics

Gonzaga Student-Athletes Make High Marks In Classroom

Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics
          Release: 05/31/2012
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            SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University's student-athletes once again showed they can perform in the classroom as well as on the competitive field, the Bulldogs posting a 3.31 cumulative grade point average for the recently-completed spring semester.

            The 3.31 is the highest combined semester GPA since the spring of 2008 when Gonzaga's student-athletes posted a 3.31 GPA. The Bulldog student-athletes also continued to raise their cumulative GPA to 3.25, showing a semester-by-semester improvement since the spring of 2010.

            The women's soccer and women's tennis teams posted the highest GPAs for the spring at 3.57, with men's tennis close behind at 3.56 and women's golf at 3.52. Men's tennis has the highest cumulative GPA of 3.54 with women's soccer at 3.51.

            Women's crew and women's cross country/track each had nine student-athletes on the President's List with a GPA of 3.7-4.0, while women's soccer had eight on the list. Baseball and women's crew each had eight student-athletes on the Dean's List with a GPA of 3.5-3.7, while men's crew had seven make the list. There were 62 student-athletes on the President's List and 57 on the Dean's List.

            "This is a reflection of how well our student-athletes juggle the demands of academics and athletics," Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth said. "This shows the importance our student-athletes, coaches and staff put on academic, as well as athletic, performance."

            Roth also complimented the academic staff, coaches and other support personnel.

            "A lot of people work hard to make this happen, led by academic coordinator Mike Roden and his staff," Roth said. "But all of us, in some way, play a role in the academic successes of our student-athletes, and I am grateful for the contributions all of us make to benefit the academic endeavors of our student-athletes."

            The following is a list of President's and Dean's List honorees.

President's List

(3.7-4.0 GPA)

 

Baseball - David Bigelow, Tom D'Aboy, Aaron Grenz. Women's soccer - Emily Eckmann, Julia Fjortoft, Cricket Harber, Tori Lee, Kenzie Lubeck, Katey Pennington, Danielle Simien, Kelsey Were. Women's crew - Naseeb Bhangal, Casey Burt, Jennifer Hill, Madison Keaty, Lindsey Kranz, Malori McGill, Elise Perkins, Mari Schramm, Natalie Wolfrom. Women's tennis - Taurie Bjerken, Sandy Dennett, Kylie Peek, Britta Stime. Men's tennis - Zhia Hwa Chong, Levin Guillermo, Vladimir Mijatovic, Alvaro Nazal. Men's cross country/track and field - Scott Davis, Willie Milam, Braden Van Deynze, Andrew Walker. Women's golf - Genavive 'Genna' Dodge, Jessica Howe. Men's soccer - Casey Ames, Jacob Carrasquer, James Matern, Erik Nielsen, Mitchell Weller. Men's crew - Brittany Clark, Peter Lee, Alex Lund, Mike MacPherson, Dane Pavlik, Volleyball - Laura Day, Kylie Edinger, Kaprina Goodwin, Terran Poindexter, Denise Van de Mortel, Mengya Wang. Women's basketball - Shannon Reader, Jazmine Redmon, Katelan Redmon. Women's cross country/track and field - Becca Barad, Erin Bergmann, Regan Casey, Alison Fraher, Teresa Makowski, Elizabeth Ryan, Emily Thomas, Kelsey Tracy, Jennifer Wheeler.

Dean's List

(3.5-3.7 GPA)

Baseball - Zach Abbruzza, Marco Gonzales, Mitchell Gunsolus, Steven Halcomb, Eric Jackson, Billy Moon, Kevin Moriarty, Alex Stanford. Men's crew - Andrew Friese, Kyle Hagmeier, Jeremy Lazzara, Taylor Mattheisen, Tyler Mendiola, Rick Ruddell, Erik Strand. Women's crew - Monica Clark, Jordan Davies, Christy Mentele, Sarah Milburn, Olivia Murphy, Jordan Schroeder, Kelly Strader, Paula Welly, Rachel Wright. Women's golf - Stephanie Corey, Victoria Fallgren, Alice Kim. Men's soccer - Colin Flynn, Chris Lowrimore, Andrew Owenson, Nathanael Pacheco, Josh Petosa. Men's basketball - Michael Hart, Chris Sarbaugh. Women's soccer - Susan Brown, Emma Dolcetti, Cassie Geerdts, Morgan Manchester, Ali Ohashi, Caitlyn Salo. Women's tennis - Kelly Humphrey, Sophie Lantta, Alexandra Tallas. Men's tennis - Muzeen Ismath, Olivier Jamin. Women's basketball - Shelby Cheslek, Shaniqua Nilles. Women's cross country/track and field - Megan Batty, Shelly Davis, Lindsey Drake, Alexa Foley, Stephanie Moore. Men's cross country/track and field - Chris Boyle, Jared Christian, Matthew Crichlow, Anthony Galvan. Men's golf - Oliver Grabb.

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