Gonzaga Student-Athletes Winning in the Classroom
SPOKANE – Gonzaga’s student-athletes continued to excel in the classroom during the Spring 2015 semester, posting a departmental cumulative grade-point average of 3.31.
There were 124 student-athletes who earned their way on to the Dean’s or President’s list this semester, including a semester-record-tying 72 on the President’s List and 52 on the Dean’s List.
All 18 athletic programs posted team GPAs above a 3.0 and 11 total student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.
The Zags were also one of just four schools nationally that had at least 75 percent of their athletic programs finish in the top 10 percent of the multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) of their sport. Dartmouth, Northwestern and Lafayette College were the other three.
President’s List Honorees (3.70+)
Men’s Soccer – Jacob Kempf, Chris Lowrimore, Nick Ulowetz; Women’s Soccer – Karley Baggerly, Allie Boehmer, Sarah Carter, Cassie Geerdts, Cricket Harber, Kristin Hayman, Tianna Helm, Heather Johnson, Tori Lee, Jordan Travis; Men’s Golf – Will Brueckner, James Fahy, David Ganz; Women’s Rowing – Laura Brasch, Casey Burt, Eleanor Hammond, Sharon Henzler, Anna Johnson, Alexis Legaspi, Naomi Medley, Maddie Turbes; Men’s Rowing – Devon Billy, Walker Capra-Smth, Ben Duermit, Eric Engel, Kyle Hagmeier, Connor Mitchell, Joe Morris; Men’s Tennis – Vicente Varas; Women’s Tennis – Franziska Koehler, Kylie Peek, Samantha Polayes, Alexandra Tallas, Melanie Yates; Volleyball – Savannah Blinn, McKayla Ferris, Lauren Joseph, Macee Utecht; Baseball – Brandon Bailey, David Bigelow, Joey Harris, Taylor Jones, Cory LeBrun; Men’s Track – Dan Amann, Aaron Bowe, Matthew Crichlow, Ian Goldizen, Danny Lunder, Willie Milam, Braeden Van Deynze; Women’s Track – Jenny Albrecht, Emily Anderson, Erin Bergmann, Alison Fraher, Claren Fraher, Julie Henling, Jessica Mildes, Megan Napier, Haley Nordin, Lauren Saunders, Jordan Thurston, Kate Wagner, Kelly Williams; Men’s Basketball – Kyle Wiltjer; Women’s Basketball – Sunny Greinacher, Shaniqua Nilles, Lindsay Sherbert, Emma Stach, Laura Sullivan
Dean’s List Honorees (3.50-3.69)
Men’s Soccer – Jakob Granlund, Zach Hamer, Clark Phillips; Women’s Soccer – Sydney Anderson, Kelly Bieraugel, Chelsea Carey, Katey Pennington; Women’s Rowing – Brooklyn Beeler, Isabelle Belzil, Megan Carroll, Rebecca Dunne, Olivia Marsh, Sydney Matsuda-Fong, Cheryl Murbach, Natalie Potts, Lily Rorick, Madeleine Verspieren, Emma Watanabe; Men’s Rowing – Max Baker, Carsten Beckwith-Strike, Bryce Dillon, Cole Garcia, Alex Lund, Dylan Ojeda, Max Sombrowski, Keagan Tice; Men’s Tennis – Connor Arend, Vladimir Mijatovic, Alvaro Nazal, Hayden Smith; Volleyball – Paige Folger, Deanna Nielson; Baseball – Daniel Bies, Beau Bozett, Nick Brooks, Sam Brown, Patrick Chung, Jarod Gonzales, Mitchell Gunsolus, Nick Minteer, Andrew Sopko; Men
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