83 Fayetteville State Student-Athletes Earn High Academic Status

Date: January 10, 2020

Student-Athletes with 3.4 GPA or better

Eighty-three student-athletes at Fayetteville State University are excelling in the classroom by earning a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or better following the Fall 2019 semester. From the that list, 40 have obtained a GPA of 3.4 or better and six have a 4.0.

"It is great to see the commitment to the academic success from our student-athletes," said Director of Athletics Anthony Bennett. "We appreciate our University Professors, academic support staff, coaches and all those who play a role in assisting our student-athletes achieve the ultimate goal of graduation from Fayetteville State University."

During end of year awards ceremony last April, Fayetteville State inducted 18 student-athletes in the third class of the National College Athlete Honor Society, Chi Alpha Sigma, Kappa Chapter after meeting the criteria of a 3.4 grade-point-average or higher in their junior year of athletic eligibility.

The women's basketball program currently has the highest-grade point average of 3.35 following the Fall 2019 semester. Men's cross country is a close second with 3.25 and women's bowling is third at 3.11.

Tawana Allen – Women's Track & Field

Joshua Alonzo – Men's Cross Country

Elton Andrew – Football

Alijah Barber – Football

Tayanna Bennett – Women's Basketball

Amari Black – Cheerleading

Quinton Blake – Men's Cross Country

Joshua Broertjes – Men's Cross Country

Christopher Brooks – Football

Gregory Brooks – Football

Jerinique Brooks – Women's Track & Field

Braynka Brown – Softball

Cameron Burroughs – Football

Cecilia Chafin – Women's Bowling

Mercy Chemutai – Women's Cross Country

Amber Coley – Women's Bowling

Anthony Council – Men's Basketball

Brandye Cropper – Volleyball

Markeise Crutchfield – Men's Basketball

Charli Daniels – Volleyball

Brittany Doss – Women's Tennis

Jawwad Evans – Football

Jada Faison – Women's Basketball

Jordan Ferguson – Football

Tyler Fleming – Football

Meghan Flowers – Women's Basketball

Gemae Fulks – Cheerleading

Keionte Gainey – Football

Olivia Good – Volleyball

Layla Graham – Women's Track & Field

Cameron Green – Football

Meagan Greene – Volleyball

Christopher Herbert – Football

Denzell Hosch – Men's Basketball

Katisha Hyman – Women's Basketball

Mikayla Jackson – Softball

Keshawn James – Football

Abigail Johnson – Softball

Aminata Johnson – Women's Basketball

Michaelia Jonas – Women's Cross Country

Brandon Jones – Golf

Torian Jordan – Men's Basketball

Nelly Kandie – Women's Cross Country

Essence Kirby – Cheerleading

Richard Latimer – Football

David Lawson IV – Football

Avionsay Lytch – Cheerleading

Zackery Martin – Golf

Zyaja Mattocks – Women's Tennis

Tyrique McClain – Men's Basketball

Cameron McCuthchen – Softball

Nakia Mckinnie – Volleyball

Kaile McLean – Women's Track & Field

A'Nilya Mcrae – Cheerleading

Da'Nesha Miller – Volleyball

Amani Muhammad – Women's Basketball

Devin Norwood – Men's Basketball

Jaleia Oatman – Women's Cross Country

De'Andre Peterson – Football

Jaylaan Poe – Men's Cross Country

Angel Pope – Women's Bowling

Charles Pumbu – Men's Cross Country

Jada Romulus – Women's Basketball

Jalen Seegars – Men's Basketball

M'Smrya Seward – Softball

Shenell Shaw-Davis – Women's Basketball

Gerald Simpson – Football

Xiamana Spikes – Volleyball

Cheyenne Stahnke – Women's Bowling

Savannah Sterling – Women's Bowling

Tyrone Stevens – Football

Destiny Stevons – Women's Cross Country

Alyssa Thompson – Women's Basketball

London Thompson – Women's Basketball

James Transou – Football

Grace Vincent – Softball

Isaiah Vinson – Men's Basketball

Jyles Webster – Men's Basketball

Ariyah Wheless – Women's Basketball

Chantel Williams – Women's Basketball

Jessica Williams – Volleyball

Jayla Wooten – Women's Tennis

Britany Worthy – Women's Bowling

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