Texas A&M had 47 student-athletes make the Southeastern Conference’s first-year spring honor roll.

SEC First-Year Spring Honor Roll

Here are the Aggies who earned spots on the Southeastern Conference’s first-year spring honor roll announced Tuesday (listed by sport):

Baseball (3) — Brett Brown, Business Administration; Hunter Watson, Sport Management; Christopher Weber, General Engineering; men’s basketball (1) — Wendell Mitchell, Recreation, Park & Tourism Science; women’s basketball (1) — Shambria Washington, University Studies; equestrian (8) — Evelyn Beesaw, Biomedical Sciences; Grace Boston, Business Administration; Taylor Masson, Animal Science; Kamiah McGrath, Health; Haley Redifer, Business Administration; Lauren Reid, Economics; Isabel Schween, Political Science; Kenleigh Wells, Animal Science; football (4) — Barton Clement, General Engineering; James Foster, Sport Management; Luke Matthews, Business Administration; Seth Small, Business Administration; men’s golf (1) — William Paysse, Sport Management; women’s golf (1) — Brooke Tyree, General Engineering; softball (1) — Madi Jatzlau, Business Administration; men’s swimming and diving (4) — Clayton Bobo, Business Administration; Peter Simmons, General Engineering; Luke Stuart, General Studies; Mark Theall, Communication; women’s swimming and diving (4) — Kylie Powers, Environmental Geoscience; Kimi Raheem, Biology; Caroline Theil, Health; Mollie Wright, General Engineering; men’s tennis (3) — Jack Pulliam, Business Administration; Noah Schachter, Sport Management; Alex Vedri, Business Administration; women’s tennis (3) — Jessica Anzo, Sport Management; Renee McBryde, Sport Management; Katya Townsend, Business Administration; men’s track and field (3) — Mason Corbin, Sport Management; Jake Lanier, Business Honors; Robin Nool, Biomedical Sciences; women’s track and field (6) — Julia Black, Ag Communications & Journalism; Parker Clay, Kinesiology; Carrie Fish, Business Administration; Madeline O’Hanlon, General Studies; Abbey Santoro, Ag Communications & Journalism; Natalie Scheifele, Biomedical Sciences; volleyball (4) — Allison Fields, Kinesiology; Sydnye Fields, Spanish; Camila Gomez, International Studies; Taylor Voss, General Studies

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