The Pac-12 conference announced the 2020 Spring Academic Honor Roll members on Monday and 64 Cougars made the list.
In order to be eligible to make the Honor Roll the student athlete must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher, been at the University for a year or longer, and be eligible to receive all-academic honors.
Of the 64 spring student athletes six members are from the baseball team, four from women’s golf, two from men’s golf, three from tennis, 17 from rowing, 10 from men’s track and field, and 22 from women’s track and field.
Previously there had been a selection process to decide who made the all-academic team for each sport but that has since been disbanded and any student athlete that meets the requirements will be named to honor roll.
There was a total of 867 student athletes from around the conference to be named to the spring honor roll. Baseball, beach volleyball, softball, men’s and women’s golf, lacrosse, rowing, tennis, track and field are all sports that are eligible to have student athletes make the honor roll.
To see the entire list of names that made the Honor Roll, click here.
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A total of 64 Washington State University student-athletes were named to the 2020 Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the conference office Monday.
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