ATLANTA--Thirty-four Georgia State football student-athletes earned academic honors for the spring semester, including five Panthers who earned the university's highest academic distinction with President's List recognition.

Georgia State's student-athlete population maintained a combined cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 for the eighth consecutive semester, and a total of 158 Panthers in all sports earned academic honors for the recently completed spring semester.

The President's List signifies a semester GPA of 4.0 or higher with at least nine credit hours.

Sophomore linebacker Mark Hogan is playing for the GSU baseball team this spring, but he also found time to excel in the classroom by making the President's List, along with senior offensive lineman Joseph Gilbert, senior defensive lineman Kalan Jenkins, freshman placekicker-punter David Miller and walk-on linebacker Dillon Livecche.

Another 10 Panthers earned Dean's List status with a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher, and 19 others made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll with a GPA of at least 3.2.

The complete list of Panthers earning academic honors for the spring semester:

4.0 GPA or higher
Joseph Gilbert
Mark Hogan
Kalan Jenkins
Dillon LiVecche
David Miller
3.5 GPA or higher
Kam Cheatham
Michael Davis
Akeen Felder
McClain Head
Joshua Jackson
Lateef Laguda
Darren McCray
Alberry Melson
Dionte Rosser
Cade Yates
3.2 GPA or higher
Nate Anthony
Isaiah Ervin
Michael Hall
Kelton Hill
Ben Jacoby
Sean Jeppesen
Brian Jones
Zach Jones
Arington Jordan
Deron Jordan
Davis Knowles
Scott McQueen
Nathaniel Minor
Nick Nesmith
Duvall Smith
Malcolm Smith
Marcus Stetzer
Mitchell Vinson
Rosevelt Watson