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Nine Baseball Student-Athletes Named to Honor Roll

Floyd earned President List honors during his first semester as a Red Raider

Dec. 17, 2013

LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech baseball program had nine student-athletes earn academic honor roll during the fall semester while two Red Raiders achieved Dean's List and President's List honors.

Sophomore catcher Tyler Floyd (Stephenville, Texas) earned a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average to earn President's List honors and freshman left-handed pitcher Dylan Dusek (Sugar Land, Texas) earned Dean's List recognition with a GPA above 3.5.

"We are very proud of these individuals and the work they accomplished in the classroom this semester," second-year head coach Tim Tadlock said. "Our academic support deserves a lot of credit as well. The staff in the Marsha Sharp Center does a great job working with our student-athletes and helping them have success in the classroom."

Junior infielder Bryant Burleson (Midland, Texas) earned honor roll recognition for the fifth consecutive semester - giving him at least a 3.0 GPA during each of his semesters as a Red Raider dating back to the fall 2011 semester.

Sophomore right-handed pitcher Matt Custred (Keller, Texas) earned honor roll status for the third straight semester at Tech.

Junior right-handed pitcher Heath Herrington (Amarillo, Texas) earned honor roll recognition for the second straight semester, after he was a Dean's List honoree last spring.

Six Red Raiders earned academic honor roll during their first semesters on campus, including Floyd, Dusek, freshman infielder Ryan Long (Crandall, Texas), freshman right-handed pitcher Ryan Moseley (Lubbock, Texas), junior right-handed pitcher/infielder Nick Pettus (Broken Arrow, Okla.) and junior left-handed pitcher Chris Sadberry (Holliday, Texas).

In addition, Brennan Moore, a senior outfielder for the Red Raiders in 2012-13, graduated with his bachelor's degree last weekend and finished his degree with a 4.0 GPA during the fall semester.



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