Angelina College Releases Fall 2023 Dean’s List

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Angelina College officials and faculty members are pleased to release the names of 150 students named to the Dean’s Honor List for the Fall 2023 semester.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must have enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of college-level work and have attained a grade point average of 3.5 with no grade lower than a “C”.

The names of students who make the Dean’s Honor Lists are posted at the end of each long semester.

Following is the list of recognized students divided by town or city of residency.

Bay City

Adonaia Curtis.  

Bellville

Isaac Yuna.

Brenham

 Ethan Jezierski and Mason Lampe.

Bryan

Halee Hernandez.

Center

Emily Cervantes.

Chester

 Cheryl Clack.

College Station

Christian Letendre and Mollie Morgan.   

Corrigan

Gerardo Vera.

Crockett

Lauren Cyr, Landon Graham, Ryan Lane and Ruth Perez.

Deer Park

Lorelei Graham.

Diboll

Hilda Herrera, Deandrea Ikpe, Tiffany Jackson, Skyler Martin, Yulie Valdez and Shelby White.

Douglass

Nicholas Hunter.

Groveton

 Juan Facio, Erick Hernandez and Lena Taylor.

Hemphill

Macy Holcomb, Briana Mitchell and Patricia Snodgrass.

Houston

Alicia Booker-Scott.

Hudson

Miller Clingamen and Jennifer Jimenez.

Huntington

Deysi Colon, Haley Drahos, Julia Garner, Edwena Gates, Troy Havard and Charity Napier.

Huntsville

Cooper Molnes.

Jacksonville

Frank Maldonado.

Jasper

Jessica Escalante.

Katy

Mark Henderson.

Kennard

Ava Barclay.  

Kirbyville

Carmen Key.

League City

Jacob Townsend.

Livingston

Robin Assuncao, Heather Battise, Destiny Hancock, Leslie Johnson, Zane Kramer, Billy Lewis, Timothy Makuakane, Stephanie Olvera, Keirrah Ramirez, Crystal Reddicks, Craig Taylor and Jaylee Wilson.

Lovelady

Marlen Sandoval.

Lufkin

 Elisabeth Acevedo, Leonardo Aguilar, Alondra Almaguer, Brenda Alvarado-Luna, Andy Barron, Candace Barron, Samuel Brockman, Kimberly Carbajal, Evelyn Castillo, Ke’Asiah Coleman, Kindal Conner, Fabian Cordero, Kelsi Davis, Chancy Dodd, Tasha Dodd, Nathaniel Encarnacion, Priscila Escobedo, Javier Flores-Garcia, Melanie-Garcia, Madeline Gipson, Maegan Gomez, Wyatt Greusel, Kaylee Guevara, Haley Guillen, Noah Havard, Tanya Head, Demi’Treanna Johnson, Sanvia Jones, Clara Keath, Kassidy Knapp, Joshua Little, Eliana Lopez, Damian Luna, Braysen Massie, Miley McHaney, Santos Mejia, Holli Minshew, Natalya Mitchell, Crystal Montoya, David Mullins, Lacilynn Myers, Joyce Olvera, Idaly Orta, Ashley Ray, Jacqueline Reyes-Gonzalez, Rudy Rios, Yamile Rios, Kiara Rodgers, Miguel Rodriguez, Samantha Saenz, Jesus Sandoval, Tanya Sexton, Avery Sullivan, Kristin Thacker, Jazlyn Thomas, Marco Torres, Matthew Townsend, Cecilia Vallejo and Guadalupe Villanueva.

Manizales, Colombia

Antonia Henao.

Medellin, Colombia

Ana Rendon.

Moscow

Natalya Soto.

Nacogdoches

Jose Almendarez, Bonnie Anderson, Emily Arriola, Omar Escamilla, Dylan French, Samantha Gresham, Yuan Huang, Jared Huber, Brittany Hutto, Cassidy Kelly, Banesia Payne, Jennifer Ramierez, Neftali Sauceda, Caleb Servin, Kristen Sisson, Ryleigh Swann and Avery Watson.

Pineland

Elijah Little.

Pointblank

Tiffany Carter.

Pollok

Kyle Coleman, Callie-Ann Kelsey and Harliey Womack.

Richmond

Samuel Hardcastle.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Luan Rangel.

Rusk

Daniel Perez.

Sweeny

Noah Pate.  

Tomball

Makenzi Johnson.

Trinity

 Nicholas Brazeil and Madalynn Morrow.

Wiergate

Drew Marshall.

Yokohama, Japan

Shota Tokuhisa.

Gary Stallard
Sports Information Director Gary Stallard, who also serves as a Liberal Arts Instructor, begins his eleventh season with Angelina College. Following a career as a U.S. Marine, Stallard completed his bachelor’s degree at Stephen F. Austin University, where he majored in English and Journalism. For more than 16 years, he has worked as a sports writer/columnist/photographer for the Lufkin Daily News; he continues to contribute free-lance articles on occasion. Stallard has won several awards for writing, including the Golden Hoops Award for basketball writing in 2003, Regional Sports Writer of the Year in 2004, and the Texas Press Association’s first-place award for column writing in 2007 and in 2014. He has also done basketball, football and baseball radio and live streaming play-by- play and color commentary for an ESPN affiliate. Currently Stallard serves as play-by-play broadcaster for AC basketball, baseball and softball games. Prior to arriving at Angelina College, Stallard taught English at Lufkin High School for four years. He currently teaches Developmental Writing classes at AC. He and his wife Susan live in Lufkin.

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