May 14, 2020 12:53 AM

KU baseball has 17 on Academic All-Big 12 Team

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IRVING, Texas – Kansas baseball had 17 Jayhawks selected to the 2020 Academic All-Big 12 Baseball Teams as announced by the conference Wednesday. 13 Jayhawks were selected to the first team, which requires a 3.20-or-greater GPA, while four were named to the second team (3.00-3.19 GPA).

The 17 selections are a program best, which eclipsed the previous team-high 15 selections set in 2019.

A total of 125 student-athletes are featured on the 2020 Academic All-Big 12 Baseball Teams.

To qualify, student-athletes must maintain a 3.00 GPA or higher either cumulative or the two previous semesters. Freshman and transfer students are not eligible in their first year of academic residence.

Academic All-Big 12 First Team

Brooks Asher (Business Administration)

Nathan Barry (Liberal Arts & Sciences)

Casey Burnham (Business Finance)

Ryan Cy (Master of Business Administration)

Hunter Freese (Business Administration)

Blake Goldsberry (Sports Management)

Daniel Hegarty (Sports Management)

Marc Mendel (Business Finance)

Skyler Messinger (Sports Management)

Nolan Metcalf (Sports Management)

Benjamin Sems (Master of Architecture)

Gabriel Sotomayor (Business Finance)

Jonah Ulane (Business Finance)

Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

Kahi Bisho (Communication Studies)

Tom Lichty (Communication Studies)

Kaimana Souza-Paaluhi (Sports Management)

Brett Vosik (Business Finance)

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Fort Hays State men's golf team had six student-athletes listed on the MIAA Academic Honor Roll, released Wednesday (May 13). More than 50 student-athletes across the conference were recognized.

This is the fourth honor for Colton Bobek and Marcus Willey, the third for Luke Russell and the second for Bryce CowanReese Emert and Isaiah Grover.

To be recognized on the Academic Honor Roll, one must have a grade point average used by the institution for purposes of NCAA academic certification of 3.00 at the certifying member institution. The individual must also have at least two terms of attendance at the certifying member institution, excluding summer terms. Transfers and true freshman will be recognized in the coming weeks after they meet the two full terms of attendance requirement.


Colton Bobek ,Sr., 3.47, accounting/finance, Plainville

Bryce Cowan, So., 3.25, management, Topeka

Reese Emert, So., 3.01, finance (financial planning), Cheney

Isaiah Grover, Sr., 3.03, finance, Cheney

Luke Russell, Sr., 3.21, marketing, Leavenworth

Marcus Willey, Jr., 3.10, health & human performance (sport management), Abilene