Four women's basketball players earned recognition on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll (GPA of 3.2 or better) for the spring semester. That quartet is Tiffany Anderson, Alana Beroth, Cody Paulk and Jerlisa Taylor.
Tiffany Anderson, who will play her final season this year, is a criminal justice major. The Albany, Ga., native is expected to complete her undergraduate studies this summer and then begin studies in a master's degree program at GSU in the fall.
Alana Beroth, a rising sophomore on the court, began her studies at GSU as a psychology major. She had also been an A.D. Honor Roll member during the fall semester and now has her cumulative GPA over the 3.0 level.
Cody Paulk will head into her senior season as she continues her studies in chemistry and physics on her path to become a pharmacist. Despite her challenging academic schedule, she has maintained a career GPA above 3.5. She was on the All-CAA Academic first team and the CoSIDA All-District Academic Team.
Jerlisa Taylor kept her career GPA above 3.2 as she closes in on her degree in criminal justice. The Douglasville, Ga., native has made the A.D. Honor Roll list multiple times.
GSU student-athletes maintained a combined cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 for the eighth consecutive semester as 158 total student-athletes earned academic honors for grades at 3.2 or better.
An all-time high 31 GSU student-athletes earned the highest distinction by making the President's List, signifying a semester GPA of 4.0 or higher with at least nine credit hours. The spring graduating class of nearly 4,000 at GSU was led by a student-athlete, soccer player Bri Cagle, with the Kell Award for the highest cumulative GPA.