The Blinn College District has named 131 student athletes to the Fall 2018 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. Out of 380 student athletes, 34 percent made the honor roll.
Thirteen student athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average: softball players Emelyn Coussou, Courtney Ogle, and Ashley Richardson; volleyball player Lauren Symington; cheerleaders Ashlyn Beard, Gabriela Pollard, Paiton Priddy, and Bailey Rubal; baseball players Brett Minnich and Kyle Sweeney; dance team member Blair Jacobusse; and women's soccer players Alyssa Correa and Desiree Yanis.
Baseball had the most honor roll students with 32, followed by 22 members on the cheer team.
"Blinn's coaches and athletic staff are proud of the accomplishments our honor roll student athletes achieved," Athletic Director Scott Schumacher said. "These student athletes demonstrate what our athletic department looks for, not only on the field or court, but in the classroom. They continue to impress us by setting the bar high."
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 Fall 2018 honor roll student athletes:
Brice Armistead, Henry Bird, Samuel Blair, John Chomko, Ryan Day, Bailey Deramus, Blake Faecher, Richard Gilbert, Kyle Gough, Tyler Henson, Preston Hoffart, Kevin House, Jace Hutchins, Lloyd Irvin, Gavin Labruyere, Jackson Leath, Reginald Mccalister, Jacob Millender, Jacob Miller, Brett Minnich, Christopher Rodgers, Armando Sanchez, Judson Schaper, Westley Schields, Grayson Smith, Otto Stacey, Kyle Sweeney, Matthew Swick, Brandon Symmank, Cody Vinklarek, Blake Winkelman, and Walker Zander.
Faith Allen, Ashlyn Beard, Daeron Brodie, Kylann Dillard, Sierra Frailey, Saylor Hayes, Reanna Hughes, Riley Hulon, Allyson Jacobs, Sydney Matthews, Grade Meaux, Gabriela Pollard, Paiton Priddy, Camrynne Rebert, Regan Reposh, Peyton Roberts, Bailey Rubal, Jerome Spear, Evan Tankersley, Aimee Tovias, Cheyenne Tuley-Dittmer, and Alexis Watkins.
Kimber Cortemelia, Emelyn Coussou, Jordan Crews, Mayela Fernandez, Kindle Gault, Clarissa Hagler, Darby Jones, Kristin Kaiser, Amber Langston, Julissa Llanos, Kelsey Lowke, Meghan Morris, Courtney Ogle, Anna Pisaro, and Ashley Richardson.
Babatunde Ajayi, Miles Banks, Emerson Garcia, Michael Garrett, Michael Gayden, Aaron Hassell, Xavier Hutchinson, Devin Mcadoo, Isaac Nation, Oghenedoro Omerhi, Rhett Read, Keandre Stevenson, and Garrison Tullos.
Rachel Barnett, Samantha Boatman, Makayla Brening, Claire Chapman, Julia Fritz, Savannah Gibbs, Taylor Henderson, Darian Ibarra, Jasmine Mclemore, Maria Morris, Chloe Mullins, Hannah Ness, and Lauren Symington.
Laura Amaro, Stephanie Brown, Kailyn Butler, Mariah Flores, Blair Jacobusse, Jailene Marquez, Taylor Nesmith, Lysabeth Nordin, Adriana Salazar, Jayla Seeger, and Kasey Westenskow.
WOMEN'S SOCCER ( 8)
Hailey Burke, Alyssa Correa, Alexandra Douglas, Julia Janczak, Kajol Prasad, Gabriella Rodriguez, Kaela Stripling and Desiree Yanis.
MEN'S SOCCER (6)
Jose Garcia, Nicolas Gonzales, Leonardo Hernandez, Daniel Martinez,Tony Martinez, and Joaquin Olmedo-Barraco.
MEN'S BASKETBALL (5)
Tristan Ikpe, Jaquan Morris, Ryan Pollard, William Simpson, and Emmanuel White.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (4)
Armani Anderson, Keaundra Eddings, Alanna Spencer, and Imani Wimbish-Gay.
Caitlin Norrell and Hannah Payne.
Blinn has competed in intercollegiate athletics since 1903 and captured 38 NJCAA national championships since 1987.