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A total of 856 student-athletes were named to the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the 2011-12 academic year league officials announced Thursday.
This is the second year that the Commissioner’s Honor Roll program is being announced after the conclusion of the spring academic term with student-athletes qualifying based on grade point average for the current academic year. Previously, the honorees qualified by cumulative GPA and were announced by sport at the end of each respective season.
Incarnate Word placed the highest number of student-athletes on the honor roll for the second straight year with 151 members. West Texas A&M was second with 135, while Angelo State ranked third with 93 honorees.
The final count contained 100 students with a flawless 4.0 GPA for the year. WTAMU topped the list of perfect marks with 21 individuals, while ASU had 16, and Texas A&M-Commerce 11. The sport of football had a good number of 4.0’s with 18, followed by softball (12), women’s soccer (11), women’s basketball (9) and women’s track & field (9).
To be eligible for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, student-athletes must have a minimum 3.30 GPA for the current academic year and be active on the roster.
Click here for a complete list of the Commissioner’s Honor Roll award winners, listed by institution: