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 winter 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 151 student-athletes on the list, a record for the department. 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 second semester in a row, baseball led the department in total honorees with 16. Wolverine men's ice hockey, softball and women's cross country each finished with 15, while men's basketball, as well as men's and women's soccer, both totaled 13.
Below is a full list of the honorees:
Baseball (16): Ryan Beadle, Robert Begley, Andrew Capone, Antonio Carta, Clayton Durst, John Dyda, Malcolm Harris, Jason LaForest, Nathan Mack, Victor Phillips, Matthew Silka, Max Tomaszewski, Tyler Troyer, Cameron Tubbs, Cole VanWagoner, Cameron Winn
Men's Ice Hockey (15): John Ames, Billy Brock, Sterling Cooper, Anthony Davis, Adam Groat, Michael Hodgson, Silas Johnson, Mathieu LaForest, Jared Lee, Sean McLaren, Kayden Pickles, Thomas Proudlock, Dawson Richard, Cameron Rossman, Brendan West
Softball (15): Audrey Asgarally, Carly Buffa, Melissa Charbonneau, Amber Cheplick, Madisyn Collins, Olivia Cottom, Liz Grumeretz, Amy Jarrett, Holly Kimes, Kayla Laquiere, Caitlyn Mauser, Erin McCune, Haley Tiseo, Samantha Torongeau, Marisa Vermiglio
Women's Cross Country (15): Kylie Callison, Julia Cercone, Riley Day, Catherine Demou, Haille Grajek, Liz Grumeretz, Alyssa Harlow, Victoria Hebda, Caitlyn Hynek, Nora Jaafar, Chloe Jablonski, Amanda Saleh, Emily Warrington, Brogan Westra, Camryn Zurawski
Men's Basketball (13): Justin Gale, Jason Gigliotti, Mahdi Hamade, Kareem Jaber, Jared Jackson, Cody Kegley, Zach Lattimer, Mathew Mignault, Hafeez Oyeneyin, Jalen Paul, Brandon Recto, Spencer Robinson, Gabe Robinson
Men's Soccer (13): Mohamad Anani, Grant Baker, Jack Barnett, Ames Besic, Joseph Cornell, Christian Cuevas, Austin Dukes, Kevin Kollovozi, Ahmed Salman, Vito Serra, Jason Soltis, Tanner Wallace, Xavier Walser
Women's Soccer (13): Marta Andreu, Jordan Anheuser, Faith Billinger, Kirsten Burek, Kylie Cornwell, Katherine Costello, Allison Garrett, Sonya Khan, Claudia Maguire, Madalyn Mosallam, Melanie Skamiera, Claire Slamka, Gabriella Teems
Men's Lacrosse (10): Justin Brodzik, Jon Chaffee, Cameron Godin, John Jasinski, Ben Phillips, Micah Rinke, Jay Rupnow, Devin Smith, Parker Steindl, Nick Turner
Men's Cross Country (9): Jake Arreola, Ryan Exell, Andrew Kohn, Frank LaFave, Henry Robertson, Jarrett St. John, Hunter Watson, Nate Wilson, Jared Zella
Women's Ice Hockey (9): Odisoula Argyris, Lexi Garbacik, Victoria Hahn, Kaylee Keledjian, Claudia Maguire, Hannah Martin, Alexis Panizzoli, Tara Peladeau, Elizabeth Schaffran
Women's Basketball (5): Rachel Bause, Lauryn Carroll, AJ Fullerton, Maricela Macias, Ro'Zhane Wells
Men's Bowling (4): Xavier Bergerow, Noah Brejnak, Spencer McCallum, Chevy Pawlik
Volleyball (4): Mallory Lynch, Regan Sliwinski, Delaney Smith, Amanda Wilyard
Women's Golf (4): Sofia Cueva, Adeline Lau, Tessa LaBrun, Molly Morey
Men's Golf (3): Mike Mercier, Nick Metaxas, Nolan Steele
Women's Bowling (3): Emilee LeBlanc, Jessica Ludwick, Amanda Williams