Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications
Louisiana Tech student-athletes started off the 2022-23 academic year with a bang as they put together the second-best term grade point average on record.
It was the best term GPA on record for the fall quarter while six programs – baseball (3.58), golf (3.48), women’s basketball (3.35), men’s track and field (3.05), women’s track and field (3.32), and softball (3.58) – enjoyed their highest fall GPA dating back to 2015.
Six student-athletes – Lake Juban of golf, Gerard Sapena of men’s track and field, Ilana Tetruashvili of tennis and BeeJay Williamson, Calvin Rhines, and DJ Jackson of football – earned their college degree.
A total of 247 Bulldogs and Lady Techsters achieved a term grade point average of 3.00 and above (second largest total on record for AD Honor Roll). A total of 72 made the Dean’s List (3.5-3.85 GPA) while 67 achieved a perfect 4.00 GPA for the fall quarter.
The following is a list of all the student-athletes who earned a 4.00 GPA for the fall quarter:
Baylor Cobb, Grant Comeaux, Jonathan Fincher, Joseph Hector, Philip Matulia, Slade Netterville, Ryan Porche, Sullivan Stringer
Hunter Battles, Thomas Henson, Payne Johnson, Will Patrick, Joel Thomas Stephens
Sara Howell, Lindsay Manning, Emily Rettig, Tara Spridco
Jude Ardoin, Griffin Armstrong, Caleb Billiot, Abraham Delfin, Smoke Harris, Landry Lyddy, Joshua Mote, Patrick Rea, Jack Turner, Noah White
KB Briley, Katelin Cooper, Olivia Ellingson, Allie Floyd, Emma Hutchinson, Mary Martinez, Lauren Menzina, Ella Rose Wright
Madita Ehrig, Maci Geltmeier, Avery Kyle, Rebecca Lancaster, Caitlin Le Roux, Jordan Porter, Lena Radler, Josie Studer
Tiffani Nash, Lara Unkovich
Jaena Bell, Morgan Smith
Anja Bukvic, Gabbie Green, Silvia Nativi
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY
John Barham, William Estes, Tim Rummelhagen, Henry Terral, Wilson Yates
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY
Daloria Boone, Lindsey Doucet, Pleasant Harris, Macy McLean, Nariah Parks, Alison Looney, Rebecca Quebedeaux
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