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2020-21 ASC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Teams

RICHARDSON, Texas – Seventeen student-athletes from seven different member universities headline the 2020-21 American Southwest Conference Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Teams, the league office announced on Monday. 

The Distinguished Scholar-Athlete of the Year recipients includes A.J. Liu of UT Dallas in baseball, Tristen Licon of Sul Ross State in men’s basketball, Hannah Eggleston from Mary Hardin-Baylor in women’s basketball, Mack Broussard from East Texas Baptist in men’s cross country, Holly Dasher from UMHB in women’s cross country, Steven Sellers of UMHB in football, Hank Crain from ETBU in men’s golf, Karen Alvarez of UTD in women’s golf, Logan Valestin from Ozarks in men’s soccer, Kristen Burdick of UMHB and Raegan Kappler of ETBU in women’s soccer, Hannah Garcia of ETBU in softball, Robin Van der Heijden from Concordia Texas in men’s tennis, Kathy Joseph from UTD in women’s tennis, Broussard and Kelton Kemp of Belhaven in men’s track & field, Bayli Luke of CTX in women’s track & field, and Annika Canaba from SRSU in volleyball. 

UT Dallas junior outfielder A.J. Liu helped lead the Comets to their second-ever ASC championship this spring. The Comets made just their third trip to the NCAA Division III Championship. The Comets posted a 30-12 overall record this spring, claiming the ASC regular-season title with a 19-7 league mark. UTD won the ASC’s regular-season title and tournament title for the first time in program history. Liu was honored as first-team All-ASC this spring before claiming second-team all-region recognition by ABCA and He was named the ASC Hitter of the Week on May 3. Liu led the Comets with a .385 batting average this spring, ranking second in the ASC with 18 doubles. He added one triple and five home runs while leading the ASC in both hits (67) and runs scored (54). Liu ranked second in the ASC with 102 total bases and was third in league with 41 RBI. He was named to the All-Tournament Team in the NCAA D-III Regional Tournament. Liu had a 3.96 GPA in Healthcare Management. 

Sul Ross State graduate guard Tristen Licon was named to the Second Team of the All-South Region Team. His second time was honored on the list after being named to the second team in 2020. Licon led the Lobos with 20.4 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. His 49.2 percent shooting percentage, 39.5 percent from three-point range, and 45 steals were also first on the team. The El Paso native finished his senior season as the No. 2 all-time scorers in program history with 1,579 points. In addition, he was named the ASC Defensive Player of the Year, All-Conference, West All-Division First Team, and West All-Defensive Team in 2021. Licon is a two-time American Southwest Conference all-conference selection, four-time west all-division, and was last year’s ASC West Division Player of the Year. He also has a 3.86 GPA while pursuing a Master’s of Education.

Mary Hardin-Baylor sophomore Hannah Eggleston was the Most Valuable Player of the ASC Championship Tournament after leading the Cru women to their second consecutive conference championship. She averaged 9.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game to also earn All-West Division First Team honors. Eggleston was also CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII this year and ASC Academic All-Conference, and she shot 45 percent from the field and was second on the team with 15 blocked shots. Eggleston has a 4.00 in Sport Management.

East Texas Baptist graduate Mack Broussard earned the Distinguished Scholar-Athlete of the Year in men’s cross country and men’s track & field for the second time. He is a four-time All-ASC selection in cross country, six-time ASC Runner of the Week, and a three-time Academic All-Conference pick. Broussard was the individual medalist of the 2018 ASC Championship, earning All-Region in the same season. He finished third at the 2020-21 ASC Championship. Broussard won the 1,500, 5,000, and 10,000 meters at the ASC Championship during his career. He earned ASC Track Athlete of the Week three times and was the 2019 High Point Athlete and Outstanding Track Athlete of the Year. Broussard earned All-Region honors twice. Broussard has a 4.00 GPA in Business.

Mary Hardin-Baylor sophomore Holly Dasher dominated the ASC Championship, winning nearly 23 seconds to become the Cru’s first ASC Individual Medalist. She also led the Cru to the first cross-country team conference championship in program history. Dasher won all three of her meets this spring and was First Team All-Conference. In addition, she became the first UMHB runner to win a national honor when she was named USTFCCCA National Runner of the Week. Dasher is an ASC Academic All-Conference selection and will also be nominated for CoSIDA Academic All-District honors. She has a 4.00 GPA in Education.

Mary Hardin-Baylor senior center Steven Sellers earned the Distinguished Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second time after winning ASC Offensive Lineman of the Year honors for the second straight year and helping lead the Cru to an undefeated season and another ASC Championship. He is a three-time ASC First Team All-Conference selection and was All-American. Sellers is an Associated Press All-American and a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American. He won CoSIDA Academic All-District honors for the third straight year to move to another Academic All-America ballot and is also an NFF Hampshire Honor Society honoree. Sellers won the ASC Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor and an ASC Football Distinguished Scholar-Athlete winner. He graduated with a 4.00 GPA as a double major and started every game for the 2018 NCAA Division III National Champions. UMHB football was 32-1 in Steven’s three years as a starter and won three consecutive ASC titles. He is a three-time ASC Academic All-Conference selection and was won the Dean’s Award from UMHB’s McLane College of Business this spring.

East Texas Baptist junior Hank Crain was an All-ASC First Teamer this spring and honorable mention in 2019. Crain earned ASC Golfer of the Week twice and was ranked as the No. 1 golfer in Division III in the fall of 2020. He is a two-time Academic All-Conference selection and was inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta honor society for business. He has a 4.00 GPA in Business. Crain averaged 73.8 strokes per round and had one win with five top-five finishes in 2020-21.

UT Dallas freshman Karen Alvarez led the Comets to their first-ever ASC Championship this spring, propelling UTD to its first trip to the NCAA Division III Championship. She set the UTD single-season scoring average record at 78.43 over 14 rounds this spring. In addition, she placed in the top ten in five of six tournaments for the Comets this spring, earning medalist honors at the Alamo Classic and Schreiner Spring Shootout. Alvarez was named first-team All-ASC and named to the ASC All-Tournament Team after placing third at the ASC Championships with a 36-hole total of 154 (+10). Before the NCAA D-III Championship, Alvarez was honored as the Elite 90 Award winner for NCAA D-III women’s golf, becoming the first-ever Comet student-athlete to claim the award in any sport. A two-time ASC Golfer of the Week during the season led the Comets to a 15th place finish at the national championship this spring. Alvarez has a 4.00 GPA in Marketing.

Ozark’s senior goalkeeper Logan Valestin was named to the United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-South Region Team while earning ASC Goalkeeper of the Year and All-ASC First Team following the 2021 season. In addition, he was named the university’s winner of the ASC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor. Valestin ranked fourth in the ASC in goals-against average (0.94) while collecting 22 saves in 12 starts en route to leading the Eagles to the ASC Championship. Valestin posted five wins and recorded three shutouts. At Ozarks, he ranks fourth in career saves (261), third in shutouts (16), third in wins (29), third in goals-against average (1.18), and third in minutes played (5938). During his career, he was ASC Player of the Week and a member of the ASC All-Tournament Team. A Biology major, he is a three-time member of the ASC All-Academic Team and was on the President’s List and Dean’s List. He plans to attend the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and pursue a career as a trauma surgeon and emergency medicine physician. He was a Magna Cum Laude graduate. Valestin had a 3.71 GPA in Biology.

UMHB junior Kristen Burdick was voted ASC Co-Defensive Player of the Year and ASC First Team All-Conference this season. She scored three goals and finished with six points while also leading a defense that gave up just three goals on the season. Burdick was also named to the ASC All-Tournament Team as UMHB finished the season 7-1-1 and ranked a program-best 14th in the country in the final United Soccer Coaches Top 25 of the Year. She is a two-time ASC All-Conference selection and two-time ASC Academic All-Conference picks in her career. Burdick has a 3.75 GPA in Graphic Design.

ETBU graduate Raegan Kappler earned the ASC Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor, was a three-time Academic All-Conference selection, and was an All-ASC Third Team pick three times. In addition, she was the 2020-21 East Division Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year and earned USC Player of Distinction Academic honors. Kappler finished her career with eight goals and 14 assists. She helped the Tigers to their first advancement in ASC Championship in 10 years in 2020-21 and made three tournaments. Kappler has a 4.00 in business.

ETBU senior Hannah Garcia was an NFCA All-American Second Team selection, NFCA All-West Region First Team, ASC Player of the Year, and ASC All-Tournament Team. In addition, she made the ETBU President’s List three times and an academic award from the ETBU Social Science Department. Garcia helped the Tigers to ASC titles in 2019 and 2021 and was a three-time Academic All-ASC honoree and made CoSIDA Academic All-District Team this season. She led the ASC in hits and RBI and had a 12-game hitting streak. Garcia has a 3.89 GPA in Criminal Justice.

Concordia Texas senior Robin Van der Heijden helped the Tornados to their first ASC Championship title, defeating Hardin-Simmons in the final. Van der Heijden excelled on the court, finishing 5-7 on the year, but had a 3-1 mark in conference play, including a come-from-behind three-set win over the Cowboys’ Desmond O’Shea back on April 2. For his performance on the court, he garnered ASC All-West First Team and All-Conference honors. In the classroom, Van der Heijden posted a 4.0 GPA while working on his MBA degree and was a 2021 ASC Academic All-Conference selection.

UTD senior Kathy Joseph closed out her career as the most decorated women’s tennis player in UTD history after advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA D-III Singles and Doubles Championships this spring. Joseph closed her career as a two-time All-American for the Comets, collecting the recognition as a freshman. She was the ASC East Most Valuable Player after claiming All-ASC and first-team All-ASC East honors and the ASC Athlete of the Year. Joseph led the Comets to a 12-4 overall record and a perfect 4-0 mark in ASC East play this spring. She is now a three-time All-ASC honoree and a four-time first-team all-division selection for the Comets. Joseph was recognized as the ASC’s Distinguished Scholar-Athlete for women’s tennis as a junior in 2019. She was 15-3 in singles play this spring and 16-3 in doubles competition. A four-time Academic All-ASC honoree, Joseph holds the UTD career records for wins in singles (52) and doubles (52). She had a 3.87 GPA in Biomedical Engineering. It is her third Distinguished Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor.

Belhaven senior Kelton Kemp amassed quite a few accolades, setting school records in the 55 Hurdles (8.36). 60 Hurdles (8.53), 110 Hurdles (14.32), 400 indoor (50.33), 200 Outdoor (21.60), 400 Hurdles (53.92), 4×100 and 4×400. He was the ASC Athlete of the Week for three consecutive weeks and was Belhaven’s first-ever national qualifier, earning earn All-American honors in the 110 hurdles by placing seventh. Kemp had a 3.80 GPA in Public Relations.

Concordia senior Bayli Luke finished her undergrad career with an impressive 4.0 cumulative GPA while earning a degree in Biology. For her academic prowess, she was an ASC Academic All-Conference selection in 2019 and 2021. Meanwhile, on the track, Luke has etched her name into the school’s record books. She finished her career with the program record in the long jump, set in 2018, and the 400-meter dash, established in 2021. In the conference meets, which included a pair of runner-up finishes in the 400-meter in 2019 and 2021, she was an All-ASC selection. Luke qualified for the 2021 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 400-meter dash, where she placed 10th overall. In addition, she garnered her first-ever USTFCCCA South/Southeast All-Region honor in 2021. Meanwhile, for her success in the classroom and being a national qualifier, Luke was recognized as the 2021 Elite 90 winner for women’s track and field.

Sul Ross junior Annika Canaba was named the West Division Most Valuable Player in volleyball. She recorded 3.23 kills, 3.58 assists, and 2.50 digs per set while hitting .304 with 25 aces and 18 blocks. She also led the nation with five triple-doubles. Canaba led the team kills (193), was second in assists (215) and service aces (25), and third in digs (149) and blocks (18). Canaba earned All-Conference honors for the second time after being named to it in 2019 and is a three-time All-West Division selection. In addition, Canaba was a two-time ASC West Offensive Player of the Week this season and the Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor recipient and Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Canaba was also an All-ASC selection in softball. She had a 3.86 GPA in Sports Administration.

The Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Teams recognize student-athletes who achieve a high level of academic achievement (a 3.20 grade-point average or better) while competing as a starter or important reserve on their team. From that list – limited to one nominee per school in each ASC championship sport – the sports information directors from the 12 ASC member institutions and three affiliate members select a Distinguished Scholar-Athlete in each sport. 

ASC 2020-21 Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Teams

* Designates the Distinguished Scholar-Athlete in each sport


BaseballA.J. Liu* UT Dallas Jr. Healthcare Management Plano, Texas

Kyle McLaughlin Belhaven Fr. Business Administration Covington, La.

Owen Hill Concordia Texas Sr. Political Science Seabrook, Texas

Isaiah Alvarenga East Texas Baptist So. Business Grapevine, Texas

Hunter Garrison Hardin-Simmons Sr. Business Management Keller, Texas

Xavier Haines Howard Payne Sr. History Belton, Texas

Kolton Eberlan LeTourneau Gr. Psychology Lufkin, Texas

Alex Ashby Louisiana College Sr. Business Crowley, La.

Hunter McQuary Mary Hardin-Baylor Sr. Biology (Pre-Med) Magnolia, Texas

Derek Hostas McMurry Jr. Physics/Civil Engineering Iowa Park, Texas

Erick Aguirre Ozarks Sr. Health Science/Bus. Admin. Hot Springs, Ark.

Carsen Thor Sul Ross State Fr. Business Administration Tomball, Texas


Men’s BasketballTristen Licon * Sul Ross State Gr. M. Ed. El Paso, Texas

Martavin McWilliams Belhaven Fr. Mathematics/Engineering Raymond, Miss.

Zaid Harris Concordia Texas Jr. Biology Houston, Texas

Jayden Williams East Texas Baptist So. Business Administration Fort Worth, Texas

Aidan Walsh Hardin-Simmons So. Sports Management Katy, Texas

Isaiah Thomas Howard Payne Sr. Criminal Justice Pflugerville, Texas

Isaac Stolzenburg LeTourneau Fr. Undecided Cleburne, Texas

Kae’ron Baker Louisiana College Sr. Kinesiology Navasota, Texas

Josiah Johnson Mary Hardin-Baylor So. Engineering Big Sandy, Texas

Michael Imariagbe McMurry Fr. Human Health Science Houston, Texas

Darnel Renelique Ozarks Sr. Health Science Katy, Texas

Kelden Pruitt UT Dallas Sr. Biomedical Engineering Heath, Texas


Women’s BasketballHannah Eggleston * Mary Hardin-Baylor So. Sport Management Magnolia, Texas

Destiny Johnson Belhaven Sr. Biology Memphis, Tenn.

Madi Maxwell Concordia Texas So Biology Wichita Falls, Texas

Taylor Singleton East Texas Baptist Jr. Biology Friendswood, Texas

Samantha Tatum Hardin-Simmons So. Marketing Grapevine, Texas

Chelsea Harris Howard Payne Sr. Management Marlin, Texas

Alex Harrison Louisiana College So. Medical Lab Science Oakdale, La.

Claire Headings McMurry Fr. Early Childhood Education Amarillo, Texas

Kerigan Bradshaw Ozarks Jr. Biomedical Harrison, Ark.

Teresa Quintana Sul Ross State So. Industrial Technology El Paso, Texas

Kelley Skinner UT Dallas Sr. Interdisciplinary Studies Katy, Texas


Men’s Cross CountryMack Broussard * East Texas Baptist Gr. Business Hankamer, Texas

Rick Platas Concordia Texas So. Criminal Justice and Criminology Premont, Texas

Sammy Magallan Hardin-Simmons Sr. Athletic Training Sanderson, Texas

Lorien Nightingale LeTourneau Sr. Aviation Maint. Electrical Tech. Njoro, Kenya

Sean Reid Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. International Business Killeen, Texas

Ethan Turner McMurry Fr. Sports & Wellness Leadership Fort Worth, Texas

Luis Garcia Ozarks Sr. Business Administration Clarksville, Ark.

William Serrano Sul Ross State Gr. Mathematics Pecos, Texas

Trent Sakakini UT Dallas Jr. Mechanical Engineering Frisco, Texas


Women’s Cross CountryHolly Dasher * Mary Hardin-Baylor So. Education Katy, Texas

Meghan Kevil Concordia Texas Jr. Undecided Crawford, Texas

Rachel Morrison East Texas Baptist Gr. Kinesiology Nederland, Texas

Shelby Schmidt Hardin-Simmons So. Undecided Midland, Texas

McKenzie Craycraft LeTourneau Jr. Kinesiology Keller, Texas

Niigan Sunray McMurry So. Christian Ministry Norman, Okla.

Ivett Ramos Sul Ross State So. Kinesiology Presidio, Texas

Anna Schaeffer UT Dallas Jr. International Political Economy Strongsville, Ohio


FootballSteven Sellers * Mary Hardin-Baylor Sr. Management/Economics Murphy, Texas

Kendrioun Boatman Belhaven So. Sports Management McAdams, Miss.

KJ Kelley East Texas Baptist Jr. Sports Communication Abilene, Texas

Matt Mitchell Hardin-Simmons So. Business Wimberley, Texas

Carter Renfro Howard Payne Sr. Kinesiology Greenville, Texas

Sal Palermo III Louisiana College So. Accounting Walker, La.

Aeneaus Gray McMurry Fr. Criminology San Antonio, Texas

Austin Castilleja Southwestern Jr. Chemistry San Antonio, Texas

Ajani Batts Sul Ross State Fr. Mathematics Houston, Texas

Juan Ocampo Texas Lutheran Jr. Biochemistry Lockhart, Texas

Men’s GolfHank Crain * East Texas Baptist Jr. Biology Prescott, Texas

Payton Tuttle Belhaven Sr. Sports Administration Richland, Miss.

William Kim Concordia Texas Jr. Undecided Austin, Texas

Nick Vella Hardin-Simmons Sr. Business Administration Colleyville, Texas

Jake Angerstein Howard Payne So. Finance Early, Texas

Brilyn Wade Louisiana College Sr. Marketing Sulphur, La.

Ari Saldana Mary Hardin-Baylor Fr. Finance Edo, Mexico

Lane Roye McMurry Sr. Business Administration Fort Worth, Texas

Ryan Kropp UT Dallas Sr. Mechanical Engineering Brighton, Colo.


Women’s GolfKaren Alvarez * UT Dallas Fr. Marketing Katy, Texas

Grace Savage Concordia Texas Jr. Psychology Caldwell, Texas

Emily Watson East Texas Baptist Jr. Athletic Training Canton, Texas

Jordan Daggs Hardin-Simmons Sr. Ministry Killeen, Texas

Madison McGarrh Howard Payne Sr. Elementary Education McKinney, Texas

Baylee Van Houten LeTourneau Jr. Accounting Spring, Texas

Sydney McConnell Mary Hardin-Baylor Fr. Finance Tyler, Texas

Mikaela Paracuelles UC Santa Cruz Fr. Human Biology Folsom, Calif.


Men’s SoccerLogan Valestin * Ozarks Sr. Biology Bryant, Ark.

Ian Requilman Belhaven Sr. Accounting Plano, Texas

Joel Abrego Concordia Texas Sr. Kinesiology Houston, Texas

Travis Floyd East Texas Baptist Gr. Business Administration Midlothian, Texas

Austin Wills Hardin-Simmons Jr. Economics Flower Mound, Texas

Eduardo Flores Howard Payne Jr. Engineering Science Houston, Texas

Eric Smith LeTourneau Sr. Civil Engineering Tucson, Ariz.

Spencer Frame Louisiana College So. Business Kenner, La.

Patrick Roach Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. Business Kingwood, Texas

Alejandro Sanchez McMurry Fr. Policial Science Houston, Texas

Jose Luis Originales Sul Ross State Jr. Criminal Justice El Paso, Texas

Merek Byckovski UT Dallas Sr. Mechanical Engineering Austin, Texas


Women’s SoccerRaegan Kappler * East Texas Baptist Gr. Business McKinney, Texas

Kristen Burdick * Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. Graphic Design Flower Mound, Texas

Alysia Terry Belhaven Jr. Exercise Science Byram, Miss.

Kallie Krenz Concordia Texas Fr. Undecided Lockhart, Texas

Casady Jenkins Hardin-Simmons Sr. Exercise Science Frisco, Texas

Marisah Mata Howard Payne Jr. Allied Health Science Weatherford, Texas

Reagan Sandford LeTourneau Jr. Kinesiology Gastonia, N.C.

Madison McDowell Louisiana College Sr. Biology Deville, La.

Tagan Hansen McMurry Jr. Exercise Science Wichita Falls, Texas

Rebecca Peterson Ozarks Sr. Environmental Studies/Sociology Coweta, Okla.

Amanda Acuna Sul Ross State Jr. Biology El Paso, Texas

Peyton Guidry UT Dallas Fr. Information Tech. & Systems Katy, Texas

SoftballHannah Garcia * East Texas Baptist Sr. Criminal Justice Pasadena, Texas

Marlee Blackwell Belhaven Jr. Sports Medicine/Exercise Sci. Louin, Miss.

Emily Moses Concordia Texas Fr. Pre-Nursing Etiwanda, Calif.

Mason McCord Hardin-Simmons Jr. Marketing Greenville, Texas

Kiley Persons Howard Payne Sr. Kinesiology Teague, Texas

Katelyn Trombley LeTourneau Sr. Kinesiology Tyler, Texas

Kayla Dauthier Louisiana College Jr. Social Work Jarreau, La.

Bayleigh Grogan Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. Pre-Physical Therapy Wimberley, Texas

Savannah Flinn McMurry Sr. Exercise Science Beaumont, Calif.

Riki Haase Ozarks Sr. Political Science/Philosophy Argyle, Texas

Camryn Hardin Sul Ross State Jr. Kinesiology Alpine, Texas

Ashley Ambrosy UT Dallas Fr. Actuarial Science Haslet, Texas

Men’s TennisRobin Van der Heijden * Concordia Texas Sr. MBA Burgh Hamstede, The Netherlands

John Herr East Texas Baptist Sr. Biology Shreveport, La.

Alex Pavkovich Hardin-Simmons Sr. Business Administration Queensland, Australia

Dominic DeNardo Howard Payne Gr. MBA Phoenix, Ariz.

Patrick Baney LeTourneau Fr. Aviation Mgmt-Professional Pilot Indialantic, Fla.

Alejandro Omana Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. Accounting Fort Worth, Texas

Connor Hogan McMurry Jr. Exercise Science Hideaway, Texas

Kyle Villalon Sul Ross State Fr. Industrial Technology Corpus Christi, Texas

Ashwin Viathianthan UT Dallas Sr. Information Technology Highlands Ranch, Colo.


Women’s TennisKathy Joseph * UT Dallas Sr. Biomedical Engineering Williston, Vt.

Alejandra Rueda Concordia Texas Sr. Pre-Nursing Eagle Pass, Texas

Elisa Kendall East Texas Baptist Gr. Athletic Training Houston, Texas

Landry Laywell Hardin-Simmons So. History Thorndale, Texas

Zoe Sprayberry Howard Payne So. Mathematics Bonham, Texas

Amber Van Duyn LeTourneau So. Materials Joining Engineering Corpus Christi, Texas

Alondra Torres Diaz Mary Hardin-Baylor Sr. Exercise Physiology Franklin, Texas

Claire Hillyer McMurry Sr. Multimedia & Graphic Design Borger, Texas

Anna Ryan Ozarks Jr. Business Administration Woodville, Miss.

Veronica Castaneda Sul Ross State Fr. Biology El Paso, Texas


Men’s Track and FieldKelton Kemp * Belhaven Sr. Public Relations Hazlehurst, Miss.

Mack Broussard * East Texas Baptist Gr. Business Hankamer, Texas

Matthew Gregory Concordia Texas Sr. Biology El Paso, Texas

Parnelle Shands Hardin-Simmons So. Business Administration Dinwiddie, Va.

Jacob White LeTourneau So. Civil Engineering League City, Texas

Jacob Williams McMurry Sr. Physics/Civil Engineering Goldthwaite, Texas

Luis Garcia Ozarks Sr. Business Administration Clarksville, Ark.

Graeme Maclean UT Dallas Fr. Computer Science Fairview, Texas


Women’s Track and FieldBayli Luke * Concordia Texas Sr. Biology Houston, Texas

Randa Slone East Texas Baptist Jr. Business Administration Dallas, Texas

Logan Haller Hardin-Simmons Jr. Finance Austin, Texas

Sarah Horan LeTourneau Sr. Aviation Mgmt – Pro Flight Terrell, Texas

Kelby Tidwell McMurry Jr. Mathematics Post, Texas

Hannah Bennett UT Dallas So. Actuarial Science Washington, Ill.


VolleyballAnnika Canaba * Sul Ross State Jr. Sports Administration Alpine, Texas

Grace Eidson Belhaven Jr. Mathematics Gainesville, Ga.

Sarah Ghormley Concordia Texas So. Environmental Science Bastrop, Texas

Annie Harris East Texas Baptist Jr. Business Administration McKinney, Texas

Karlie Knapek Hardin-Simmons Sr. Exercise Science Hutto, Texas

Kaitlyn Elsten Howard Payne Jr. Allied Health Science Caddo Mills, Texas

Kianna Crow LeTourneau Jr. Accounting Spring, Texas

Royanee Narcisse Louisiana College So. Criminal Justice Lafayette, La.

Kayla Janikula Mary Hardin-Baylor Jr. Health Sciences Kingwood, Texas

Adile Leal McMurry So. Nursing Clute, Texas

Catherine Croft UT Dallas So. Healthcare Studies Buda, Texas