WHITEWATER, WI (08/05/2020)– A total of 373 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student-athletes representing all 22 of the institution’s varsity sport programs were named to the 2019-20 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Honor Roll.
The Warhawks’ 12 women’s teams had 200 honorees, while 173 student-athletes from the 10 men’s teams garnered Scholastic Honor Roll accolades. The Honor Roll is part of the “WIAC Scholar-Athlete Recognition Program”.
In addition to the 373 individual awards, UW-Whitewater was named an All-Academic institution as student-athletes earned a GPA equal to, or greater than, the collective GPA of the overall student body.
To be eligible for the list, student-athletes must have carried a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. More than 50 percent of the WIAC’s student-athletes achieved Honor Roll status.
See below for a sport-by-sport breakdown of UW-Whitewater’s 2019-20 WIAC Scholastic Honor Roll student-athletes.
Men’s Sports (173):
Baseball – 23 student-athletes
Basketball – 8
Cross Country/Track and Field – 43 (9 for both)
Football – 55
Soccer – 15
Swimming and Diving – 8
Tennis – 9
Wrestling – 12
Women’s Sports (200):
Basketball – 15
Bowling – 15
Cross Country/Track and Field – 47 (15 for both)
Golf – 13
Gymnastics – 15
Soccer – 26
Softball – 24
Swimming and Diving – 17
Tennis – 14
Volleyball – 14
The following UW-Whitewater student-athletes from your coverage area were named to the 2019-20 WIAC Scholastic Honor Roll:
Rebekah Schumacher of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a junior on the women’s basketball team majoring in elementary education.
Billie Jo Parker of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a sophomore on the golf team majoring in art (graphic design).
Anna Yeazel of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a junior on the women’s swimming & diving team majoring in physical education.
Miranda Reynolds of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a freshman on the women’s track and field team majoring in undeclared.
Kailey Reynolds of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a sophomore on the women’s track and field team majoring in physical education.
Catherine Yang of Whitewater (Whitewater High School), a freshman on the volleyball team majoring in undeclared.
For more than 150 years, UW-Whitewater has provided students with the education and training to begin their careers with a solid foundation behind them. The UW-Whitewater is committed to the development of the individual, the growth of personal and professional integrity and respect for diversity and global perspectives. These are met by providing academic and co-curricular programs that emphasize the pursuit of knowledge and understanding and a commitment to service within a safe and secure environment.