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Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) student-athletes posted a departmental grade-point average of 3.0 or better for a program-record fourth consecutive semester finishing the Spring 2019 semester with a 3.096 mark.
A department-record 70 percent of Austin Peay’s 289 varsity student-athletes earned academic honors for the spring semester. The last eight semesters dating back to Fall 2015 have yielded eight of the top-10 semester GPA’s since tracking data began in 1993. For just the fourth time, more than 100 Govs earned a spot on the Dean’s List, with 48 posting perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the semester.
“Our student-athletes, coaches and staff understand the importance of the “Total Gov” concept and these academic successes coupled with our over 2,000 hours of community service demonstrate the commitment of everyone involved,” said APSU Director of Athletics Gerald Harrison.
“I would like to recognize Katie Ethridge and our Academic Success team for working with our 350 student-athletes on a daily basis to ensure each of them have the tools and assistance they need to be a successful student at Austin Peay,” Harrison stated.
Thirteen of Austin Peay’s 15 varsity sports posted team-wide GPA’s of 3.0 or better.
Men’s tennis and both the men and women’s golf program saw each team member earn a 3.0 or better, with all eight members of the men’s tennis team earning a spot on the Dean’s List as part of its fourth straight semester with 100 percent of the roster earning at least a 3.0. It marked the second semester in a row the men’s golf team all earned at least a 3.0, while the women’s team is going on three semesters with all team members earning a 3.0 or better.
Men’s golf (3.707) and softball (3.485) set records for single-semester GPA, with Kassie Stanfill‘s unit surpassing the old mark by one-thousandth of a point. At 3.874 overall, men’s tennis topped the department, while their counterparts—and the 2019 Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament champions—on the women’s tennis team posted a 3.713 to lead all women’s programs at Austin Peay.
Other team-wide 3.0 GPA’s were earned by men’s cross country (3.076), women’s cross country (3.483), women’s soccer (3.423), volleyball (3.557), women’s basketball (3.179), baseball (3.216), women’s golf (3.633) and track and field (3.266).
In addition to the department’s varsity teams its cheer and dance programs saw 12 students named to the athletics director’s honor roll and another eight earned APSU dean’s list honors.
Established in 1990-91, the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll recognizes the outstanding academic accomplishments of Austin Peay State University student-athletes. To earn recognition, student-athletes must be enrolled full time and achieve at least a 3.0 grade-point average for a semester.
Spring 2019 Austin Peay Athletics Academic Honor Roll
All student-athletes listed received academic recognition during the spring. Any student-athlete listed without notation were members of the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll (3.0-3.499 GPA).
Notations following a student-athlete’s name indicate the following: (DL) – Austin Peay’s Dean’s List (Undergraduates with 12 hours earned and at least a 3.50 GPA); (4.0) – Posted a 4.00 GPA; + – student-athlete played multiple sports, is counted only once in department totals. The following list is based on grades reported to the athletics department by the APSU Office of the Registrar on May 20th, 2019.
Gino Avros (DL)
Logan Carger (DL) +
MiMi Arrington (DL) +
Men’s Cross Country
Women’s Cross Country
Alura Endres +
Riley Cooper (DL)
Kacy Acree (DL, 4.0)
Oliver Andersson (DL, 4.0)
Track and Field
Savannah Amato (DL, 4.0)
MiMi Arrington (DL) +
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