DEARBORN, Mich. - The University of Michigan-Dearborn Department of Athletics & Recreation is proud to announce the members of the Athletics Director Honor Roll for the fall semester of the 2019-20 academic year.
To be named to the AD Honor Roll, a student-athlete must achieve a 3.5 or higher grade point average for the semester. The department totaled 87 student-athletes on the list. The AD Honor Roll was established in 2017-18 at UM-Dearborn.
"I want to congratulate these student-athletes on their outstanding academic achievement," UM-Dearborn Director of Athletics & Recreation Matt Beaudry said. "Thank you for your commitment to being among the leaders and best in the classroom."
For the first time, UM-Dearborn baseball and men's soccer topped the list of most student-athletes named to the AD Honor Roll with 11 each. Softball, which has led the list three times, finished with 10 honorees, while men's basketball and women's cross country each had eight. Baseball had the highest team GPA for the men, while cross country led the women's programs.
Below is a full list of the honorees:
Baseball (11): Garrett Davis, John Dyda, Clayton Durst, Tanner Hodges, Jason LaForest, Nathan Mack, Matthew Silka, Max Tomaszewski, Tyler Troyer, Cameron Tubbs, Cameron Winn
Men's Soccer (11): Mohamad Anani, Grant Baker, Luke Baker, Arnes Besic, Christian Cuevas, Deavyn Dishroon, Jacob Drzyzga, Austin Dukes, Kevin Gondoly, Vito Serra, Jason Soltis
Softball (10): Audrey Asgarally, Amber Cheplick, Olivia Cottom, Liz Grumeretz, Gina Liss, Caitlyn Mauser, Kaylie McConnell, Makenna Milhorn, Samantha Torongeau, Marisa Vermiglio
Men's Basketball (8): Damian Forrest, Mahdi Hamade, Cody Kegley, Mathew Mignault, Nathan Mruzik, Brandon Recto, Spencer Robinson, Mohamed Wahidi
Women's Cross Country (8): Kylie Callison, Riley Day, Catherine Demou, Haille Grajek, Liz Grumeretz, Victoria Hebda, Emily Warrington, Brogan Westra
Women's Soccer (7): Marta Andreu, Jordan Anheuser, Kirsten Burek, Katherine Costello, Madison Day, Allison Garrett, Jenna Rogers
Men's Cross Country (6): Ryan Exell, Frank Lafave, Josh Mussen, Henry Robertson, Alec Teodori, Hunter Watson
Men's Lacrosse (6): Jon Chaffee, Cameron Godin, John Jasinski, Ben Phillips, Micah Rinke, Parker Steindl
Men's Ice Hockey (5): Adam Groat, Silas Johnson, Mathieu LaForest, Jared Lee, Sean McLaren
Men's Bowling (4): Xavier Begerow, Noah Brejnak, Spencer McCallum, Chevy Pawlik
Volleyball (3): Daniella Barile, Bronte Michura, Regan Sliwinski
Women's Basketball (2): AJ Fullerton, Cariele' Humphries
Women's Bowling (2): Emilee LeBlanc, Jessica Ludwick
Women's Golf (2): Sofia Cueva, Adeline Lau
Women's Ice Hockey (2): Hannah Martin, Elizabeth Schaffran
Men's Golf (1): Logan Willoughby