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91 Clark Atlanta Student Athletes Named to SIAC’s All Academic Team

Even with a shortened academic year, Clark Atlanta University student-athletes continued to excel in the classroom as 91 Clark Atlanta University Panthers and Lady Panthers were named to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s 2019-20 Commissioner’s All-Academic Team.

The Commissioner’s All-Academic Team honors SIAC student-athletes who maintained a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average throughout the academic year.

“We are so proud of our 91 scholar-athletes’ accomplishments in being named to the SIAC’s 2019-20 Commissioner’s All-Academic Team,” said CAU President Dr. George T. French, Jr.  “Our scholar-athletes exemplify the CAU brand of achievement and excellence, both on the court/field, and also in the classroom.”

CAU student-athletes were part of a record high 1,355 student-athletes conference-wide who earned spots on the team, the SIAC announced Friday.

Four CAU student-athletes were also named to the 2019-20 SIAC All-Academic Team, which honors the student-athletes with the highest grade point averages in each sport.

“We are in the business of education,” said Athletic Director Dr. J. Lin Dawson.  “Our student-athletes understand the Division II mantra and way of life- “Life in the Balance.”  I am so proud of what our student-athletes accomplished, with 68% of our students having a 3.0 grade point average or better.”   Making the Commissioner’s All-Academic Team further recognizes their focus on the playing arenas and efforts in the classroom.”

Adoris Gibbs, a senior mass media arts major, was named to the Women’s Cross Country All-Academic Team; the 2019 SiAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year, senior psychology major Akiliah Parker, earned a spot on the Women’s Tennis  All-Academic Team;  senior educational studies major Leah Mitchell was named to the Women’s Track and Field All-Academic Team; and Dacia Redmond, a junior fashion design major, was named to the Softball All-Academic Team.
Here are the Clark Atlanta student-athletes who were named to the 2019-20 SIAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team.  For a full list of all SIAC athletes named to the team, go to


Aaron Brown, Senior, Business
Elijah Burks, Sophomore, Mass Media Arts
Isaiah Goolsby, Sophomore, Business
Jordan Flowers, Sophomore, Business
Jaquez Jackson, Senior, Speech Communication
Johnny Sharp, Grad, Business
Joseph Culpepper, Senior, Business
Trey Wilson, Senior, Computer Science
Austin Euler, Sophomore, Cybersecurity
Joshua Washington, Sophomore, Business
Kamau Williams, Sophomore, Cybersecurity
William Profit, Senior, Criminal Justice
Mikyle Dees, Senior, Criminal Justice
Caleeb Roberson, Senior, Mass Media Arts
Darius Blackmon, Senior, Business
Makel Young, Senior, Business
DanQuavious Carmichael, Junior, Business
Frankie Cullum, Sophomore, Psychology
Robert Pritchett, Grad, Business
Tayler Wimberly, Junior, Business


Justin Williams, Senior, Computer Science
Mark Dabney, Sophomore, Fashion Design


Adoris Gibbs, Senior, Mass Media Arts
Kayla Partee, Sophomore, Computer Science
Dazya Mitchell, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Courtney Johnson, Junior, Fashion Design


Justice Page, Sophomore, Mass Media Arts
Taylor Prude, Senior, Mass Media Arts
Ashley Elmore, Senior, Accounting
Jayla Moore, Sophomore, Business
Lauryn Terry, Sophomore, Business
Chara Robbins, Junior, Mass Media Arts


Maximero Guillermo, Junior, Cybersecurity
Calvin White, Senior, Business
Andrew Stewart, Sophomore, Business
Shannon Smith, Senior, Business
Romaine Thomas, Senior, Business
Jaylen Rogers, Junior, Criminal Justice
Malik Williams, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Ian Roach, Senior, Business


Kierra King, Senior, Economics
Naomi Holloway, Senior, Business
Nailah-Mawusi Mitchell, Senior, Criminal Justice
Jazmin Smith, Senior, Psychology
Reyana Miller, Senior, Criminal Justice
Maegan Barkley, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Briana McGee, Senior, Business
Reagan Jackson Junior Business
Lakashia Hill, Senior, Criminal Justice
Courtney Hall, Senior, Fashion Design
Courtlynn Smith, Sophomore, Biology
Alexis Hawkins, Sophomore, Political Science


Akilah Parker, Senior, Psychology
Shereese Henry, Sophomore, Psychology
Nicola Ramdyhan, Senior, Accounting
Miyanda Wynn, Sophomore, Biology
Vanessa Eusebio, Senior, Business
Shani Idlette, Sophomore, Psychology
Saran Lloyd, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Alexis Fletcher, Senior, Biology


Leah Mitchell, Senior, Educational Studies
Emani Gonzalez, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Shariah Anderson, Senior, Political Science
Kayla Partee, Sophomore, Computer Science
Dazya Mitchell, Junior, Mass Media Arts
Tatyanna Myrie, Senior, Psychology
Erianna Rogers, Senior, Business
Courtney Johnson, Junior, Fashion Design
London Lee-Jennings, Junior, Psychology
Arianna Myrie, Senior, Biology


Justice Page, Sophomore, Mass Media Arts
Bradley Jackson, Sophomore, Mass Media Arts
Victor Brown, Senior, Business
Joshua Oliver, Senior, Computer Science
Khalil Manuel, Junior, Psychology
Daniel Gay, Sophomore, Economics
Lorenzo Petersen, Senior, History
Matthew Osborne, Sophomore, Business
DeAndre Swift, Junior, Educational Studies


Dacia Redmond, Junior, Fashion Design
Amilya Little, Sophomore, Mass Media Arts
Tatianna Kelly, Senior, Criminal Justice
Kiani Turner, Junior, Educational Studies
Cailla Williams, Senior, Art
Judasia Blalock, Sophomore, Early Childhood Education
Kennedy Allen, Sophomore, Psychology
Caitlyn Williams, Senior, Criminal Justice
Lakimia Terrell, Senior, Educational Studies
Kehaulani Low, Senior, Criminal Justice
Skylar Smith, Senior, Biology
Mya Adams, Junior, Biology

Last updated on October 18, 2020

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