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UTEP Lands 152 Student Athletes On C-USA’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll

IRVING, Texas – A total of 152 UTEP student-athletes have garnered a spot on the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, the league office revealed Thursday. Student-athletes named to the list have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.

For the first time since joining the league (2005-06), the Miners have had more than 150 student-athletes earn placement on the list in consecutive years. In 2015-16 UTEP had an institution-record 154 honorees.

Below is a list of UTEP’s honor roll members by sport.

Men’s Basketball (Six)

Jake Flaggert

Isiah Osborne

Paul Thomas

Trey Touchet

Hudson Urbanus

Matt Willms

 

Women’s Basketball (10)

Jessica Barbosa

Ax Bernard

Jakeira Ford

Najala Howell

Chanel Khammarath

Lulu McKinney

Zuzanna Puc

Tamara Seda

Sparkle Taylor

Katarina Zec

 

Men’s Cross Country (Five)

Cosmos Boit

Jonah Koech

Emmanuel Korir

Antony Kosgei

Michael Loturoomom

 

Women’s Cross Country (Four)

Gladys Jerotich

Lillian Koech

Winny Keoch

Kayla Pallares

 

Football (34)

Christian Buckingham

Sani Buckingham

Brannon Bullitt                       

John De La Rosa

Luke Elsner

Jason Filley

Stephen Forester

Cooper Foster

Keynan Foster                        

Cole Freytag

Derron Gatewood

Devin Gillotte

Broderick Harrell

Christian Johnson

Johnny Jones

Dylan Kittrell

Mack Leftwich                      

Sky Logan

Alan Luna                               

Ryan Metz                               

Jonathan Millan

Jean-Andre Moore

Elliott Oldham

Elijah Perales

Orion Prescott

Robert Pufahl

Jimmy Quemado

Erik Ramirez

Jorge Rodriguez                     

Brendan Royal

Bradley Taylor

Chris Thummel

Sione Tupou

Jaquan White

 

Men’s Golf (Seven)

Ricardo Catalan                       

Charles Corner

Frederik Dreier                        

Eduardo Gonzalez Sanchez

Settavut Paradee

Nicklas Pihl                          

Andreas Sorensen

 

Women’s Golf (Six)

Abbie Anghelescu

Sofia Castiello                     

Lily Downs

Patricia Rico-Avello

Alisa Rodriguez                     

June Ting                          

 

Rifle (Seven)

Jessica Kinder                        

Abby Monique                       

Maranda Nelson

Bailey Powell                        

Haylee Schoenrock

Rachael Schoenrock

Monthserrat Serna

 

Soccer (22)

Keighton Allen

Alexa Bain

Bri Barreiro

Emily Blaettner

Danielle Carreon

Kennadie Chaudhary

Yesenia Contreras

Lauren Crenshaw

Aleah Davis                         

Jodie Enokson

Paige Harm

Devyn Hunley

Kori Lewis                               

Nicole Lindsay

Kobi McNutt

Jeanna Mullen

Hannah Nicholson

Alyssa Palacios

Morgan Rasmason

Payton Ross

Carleigh Simmons

Sheridan Smith

 

Softball (13)

Pamala Baber                         

Ariel Blair                         

Courtney Clayton

Devyn Cretz

Mariah Ellis

Kaitlin Fifield

Linda Garcia

Erika Harrawood

Allie Johnson

Bryanna Molina

Hope Moreno                        

Kaitlin Ryder

Ruby Sanchez

 

Tennis (Seven)

Raven Bennett

Vivienne Kulicke

Maria Paula Medina

Milou Pietersz

Duda Santos

Daphne Visscher

Lois Wagenvoort                    

 

Men’s Track & Field (Six)

Connor Graham

Rasmus Maukonen

Esteban Montanez

Austin Ondijo

Yinka Oyebanjo-Odofin

Kevin Rincon

 

Women’s Track & Field (14)

Adebola Akomolafe

Tobi Amusan                        

Ada Benjamin

Dawn Blazer

Cierra Chenault

Melanie Crittenden

Madison Gibson

Fayon Gonzales                      

Lucia Mokrasova

Rebecca Oshinbanjo

Tyler Ragin

Israel Ramsay

Danielle Trought

Florence Uwakwe

 

Volleyball (11)

Briana Arellano

Macey Austin

Kylie Baumgartner

Niki Cebak

Ashley Grzebeniak

Amanda King

Lindsey Larson

Maddie Morgan

Dania Orozco

Ali Vidali                               

Tatum Winter

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