Texas A&M had a school-record 72 student-athletes make the 2019 winter Southeastern Conference academic honor roll. A&M’s best mark had been 65.

Texas A&M 2019 Winter

SEC Honor Roll

Men’s basketball (2) — Cameron Alo, Sport Management; Savion Flagg, University Studies

Women’s basketball (3) — Anna Dreimane, University Studies; Jada Walton, Sport Management; Aaliyah Wilson, Sport Management

Equestrian (32) — Grace Bentien, Communication; Rebecca Bigelow, Biomedical Sciences; Anna Billings, Ag Leadership & Development; Rheagan Bryant, Health; Rebekah Chenelle, Ag Communications & Journalism; Fotini Christie, Agribusiness; Kathryn Conklin, Sport Management; Cameron Crenwelge, Management; Emily Davis, Health; Katelyn Davis, Marketing; Ashton Dunkel, Ag Leadership & Development; Darby Gardner, Recreation, Park & Tourism Science; Marissa Harrell, Ag Leadership & Development; Julie Hill, Biomedical Sciences; Kelsey King, Chemical Engineering; Madison Malsch, Human Resource Development; Kalee McCann, Animal Science; Adele McKenna, Human Resource Development; Rhian Murphy, Psychology; Sarah Orsak, Finance; Brianna Peddicord, Psychology; Lauren Rachuba, Recreation, Park & Tourism Science; Shelby Reine, Animal Science; Lindsay Schauder, Ag Communications & Journalism; Mali Selman, Applied Mathematical Sciences; Brianna Sims, Political Science; Ashley Sioco, Supply Chain Management; Catherine Stafford, University Studies; Hannah Tapling, Psychology; Ann Elizabeth Tebow, Biomedical Sciences; Elizabeth Williams, Construction Science; Courtney Yohey, Animal Science

Men’s swimming and diving (13) — Jake Gibbons, Political Science; Anthony Kim, Industrial Distribution; Adam Koster, Supply Chain Management; Connor Long, Industrial Distribution; Sean Morey, Biomedical Sciences; Steven Richardson, Entomology; Felipe Rizzo, Management; Hudson Smith, Construction Science; Michael Thibert, Health; Sam Thornton, Telecommunication Media Studies; Austin Van Overdam, University Studies; Benjamin Walker, Accounting; Jerik Wong, Biomedical Sciences

Women’s swimming and diving (22) — Haley Allen, Economics; Kaley Batten, Finance; Alexandra Buscher, Mechanical Engineering; McKenna DeBever, Biomedical Sciences; Kara Eisenmann, Biomedical Engineering; Raena Eldridge, Genetics; Joy Field, Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences; Tiffany Futscher, Health; Monika Gonzalez-Hermosillo Holtz, Economics; Karling Hemstreet, Animal Science; Sara Metzsch, Health; Amy Miller, Health; Sydney Pickrem, Kinesiology; Taylor Pike, Computer Science; Kathryn Portz, Marketing; Jing Wen Quah, Biomedical Sciences; Claire Rasmus, Mechanical Engineering; Victoria Roubique, Interdisciplinary Studies; Kornkarnjana Sapianchai, Computer Engineering; Samantha Siebenaller, Interdisciplinary Studies; Camryn Toney, Kinesiology; Haley Yelle, Urban & Regional Planning

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