DURANT — A total of 26 Southeastern student-athletes have been recognized as Academic All-Great American Conference from the winter and spring sports as announced by the league office on Wednesday.

DURANT — A total of 26 Southeastern student-athletes have been recognized as Academic All-Great American Conference from the winter and spring sports as announced by the league office on Wednesday.


The list spans men’s and women’s basketball as well as baseball, softball men’s and women’s tennis and golf.


For student-athletes to be recognized on the Academic All-Conference team, they must have reached sophomore athletic and academic standing (true freshmen and redshirt freshmen are not eligible) and must have completed at least one full academic year at the nominating institution. In addition, their grade-point average must be a minimum of 3.30 based on the 4.0 system. The GPA shall be cumulative for the athlete’s entire collegiate career.


"Division II emphasizes the balance of academic and athletic pursuits," GAC Commissioner Will Prewitt said. "I congratulate all of these student-athletes for excelling in the classroom while competing and practicing hard on the field of play."


Men’s tennis led the way with nine honorees, while women’s basketball was right behind with seven.


Below is the full list of honorees:


Women’s Basketball


Kaylie Baxter, Jr.


Shelby Hill, Jr.


Cheree Kiser, Sr.


Olivia Potter, Soph.


Taylor Richards, Jr.


Madison Thames, Jr.


Emily Williams, Sr.


Baseball


Wes Workman, Soph.


Softball


Laramie Beal, Jr.


Shaina Crites, Jr.


Conner Harmon, Soph.


Jessica Simmons, Jr.


Darrian Williams, Sr.


Men’s Tennis


Joaquin Aguilera, Jr.


Alberto Blesa, Soph.


Chris Burns, Sr.


Christopher Carillo, Sr.


Tiago Ferreira, Jr.


Billy Haugen, Sr.


Jordan Penn-White, Soph.


Petar Popovic, Soph.


Cameron Schuessler, Soph.


Women’s Tennis


Conchi Assiego, Soph.


Darija Catipovic, Soph.


Marina Dias, Sr.


Golf


Joey Schroeder, Sr.