CU Athletes make Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Drue Wwatkins
Sports Editor

Following the 2017 fall semester, 60 Cameron University student-athletes made the Commissioner’s Honor Roll within the Lone Star Conference (LSC).

The Commissioner’s Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes of various universities from the conference for outstanding educational achievement combined with active sports involvement.

Student-athletes qualify based on grade point average (GPA), and in order to be eligible for the honor roll, they must have a minimum 3.30 GPA and be on a roster.

28 of the 60 qualified Aggie athletes acquired a perfect 4.0 GPA for the semester. Out of the entirety of the LSC, 1,213 honorees joined, and only 330 had 4.0 GPA’s.

The university with the highest number of recognized students is Texas A&M-Commerce with 160.

Softball led the number of Cameron students with 16 total honorees, five of which had 4.0 GPA’s. Women’s basketball and volleyball came in second with seven honorees overall.

Men’s cross country claimed six honorees, while women’s golf, men’s golf and women’s tennis each had five. Men’s tennis included four students, with baseball and men’s basketball each having three selections.


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