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130 Bruins Named to Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll

Jul 12, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 Conference announced Tuesday the 2022 Spring Academic Honor Roll list, with 130 UCLA student-athletes receiving academic distinction. A total of 1,219 student-athletes were recognized from across the Conference.
To earn Pac-12 academic distinction, a student-athlete must maintain a cumulative grade-point-average of at least 3.3 and serve at least one full year as a resident at a given member institution.
The 130 Bruins that earned a place on the Spring Academic Honor Roll were comprised of 12 UCLA athletic programs: baseball (seven), beach volleyball (three), men's golf (seven), men's outdoor track & field (16), men's tennis (six), men's volleyball (five), softball (five), women's golf (three), women's outdoor track & field (28), women's rowing (29), women's tennis (six), and women's water polo (15). 
Bruins on Pac-12 Conference 2022 Spring Academic Honor Roll (130)
Baseball (seven)
Tommy Beres (Aerospace Engineering), Jake Brooks (Sociology), Daniel Colwell (Cognitive Science), Jack Filby (History), Jared Karros (Sociology), Eli Paton (History), Jake Saum (Environmental Science)

Beach Volleyball (three)
Peri Brennan (Sociology), Sophie Swett (Business Econ), Abby Van Winkle (Communication)
Men's Golf (seven)
Ahmed Ali (Economics), Kengo Aoshima (Sociology), Zhourui Feng (Math-Econ), Mason Greene (Political Science), Sean Maruyama (Economics), Alvaro Muller-Baumgart (Data Theory), Bryan Teoh (Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Genetics)
Men's Outdoor Track & Field (16)
Artin Allahverdian (Human Biology & Society), Kyle Brown (History), Gino Cruz (Psychology), Alex Enos (Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics), Dayne Gordien (History), Keaton Heisterman (Engineering), Sam Herenton (African American Studies), Peter Herold (Business Economics), Munir Kabbara (Business Economics), Sean Lee (Biochemistry), Jake Parker (Business Economics), Mason Ratkovich (Economics), Anthony Stone (Biology), Ismail Turner (Economics), Dylan Wilbur (Math of Computation), Jacob Wilson (Biology)
Men's Tennis (six)
Jeffrey Fradkin (Political Science), Eric Hahn (Economics), Blaine Hovenier (Political Science), Timothy Li (Environmental Science), Mathew Tsolakyan (Business Economics), Patrick Zahraj (Political Science)
Men's Volleyball (five)
Ethan Champlin (Business Economics), Ian Eschenberg (Applied Mathematics), Guy Genis (Undeclared), Marcus Partain (Applied Mathematics), Miles Partain (Applied Mathematics)

Softball (five)
Kelli Godin (Psychology), Aaliyah Jordan (Education), Briana Perez, (Education), Taylor Sullivan (Political Science), Delanie Wisz (Psychology)

Women's Golf (three)
Ty Akabane (Anthropology), Alessia Nobilio (Business Economics), Yuki Yoshihara (Business Economics)

Women's Outdoor Track & Field (28)
Sophia Alexander (Psychology), Morgan Calcagnie (Psychology), Mia Cervantes (Cognitive Science), Alexandra Chan (Sociology), Tierra Crockrell (Communication), Maddy Doane (Communication), Carlie Dorostkar (Human Biology & Society), Gwyn George (Political Science & Communication), Jai Gruenwald (Psychology), Jaden Haskins (Psychobiology), Eden Henderson (Economics), Sophia Hoelzel (Political Science & Communication), Kate Jendrezak (Psychology), Ashley Johnson (Psychobiology), Lydia Liu (Computer Science), Kerrigan McGreevy (Political Science), Kaitlyn Menichetti (Psychology), Chinyere Okoro (Education & Social Transformation), Lavanya Pandey (Undeclared), Makenzy Pierre-Webster (Sociology), Rose Pittman (Sociology), Savannah Scriven (Undeclared), Claire Selleck (Psychology), Emma Tavella (Psychology), Camryn Thomson (Human Biology & Society), Bailey Umans (Psychology), Isa Videler (Psychology), Annabelle Werner (IDS & Political Science)

Women's Rowing (29)
Olivia Caesar (Anthropology), Amelia Cataldi (Political Science), Sarah Coufal (Marine Biology), Elsa Couvillon (Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology), Mia Glinn (Psychobiology), Jessie Goodall (Communication), Grace Hinckley (Psychology), Danielle Hoekstra (Environmental Science), Lucy Holgate (Communication), Paula Jaramillo (International Development Studies), Clara Kennedy (Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology), Siobhan Lewis (Global Studies), Sara Mittman (Chemical Engineering), Sydney Page (Public Affairs), Sofia Papini (Psychology), Audrey Petersen (Physiological Science), Lucy Pullinger (Communication), Katerina Rally (Communication), Jessica Read (Marine Biology), Makayla Roberts (Physiological Science), Austyn Sirmon (Economics), Tasha Strudwick (Art History), Emily Sutherland (Undeclared), Ellen Tsai (Cognitive Science), Ellen Ulitsky (Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology), Irene Ulitsky (Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics), Jianna Ursitti (Computational Systems and Biology), Rosemary Varney (Biochemistry), Polly Wenlock (English)

Women's Tennis (six)
Elysia Bolton (Political Science), Abbey Forbes (Political Science), Caroline Goldberg (Sociology), Taylor Johnson (Communication), Vanessa Ong (Psychobiology), Sasha Vagramov (Environmental Science)

Women's Water Polo (15)
Layne Anzaldo (Neuroscience), Bella Baia (Sociology), Sydney Chiang (Psychology), Brooke Doten (Communication), Katrina Drake (Communication), Izzy Gazzaniga (Sociology), Abbi Hill (Psychology), Ava Johnson (Public Affairs), Claire Kronen (Sociology), Fiona Kuesis (Physiological Science), Anneliese Miller (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology), Maddie Musselman (Physiological Science), Alex Peros (Political Science), Bella Wentzel (Psychology), Quinn Winter (Sociology)