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Six NMHU sluggers make RMAC honor rolls

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By NMHU Sports Information

NMHU Sports Information

Six NMHU student-athletes have been named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic teams for the spring season.

Jarod Robinette, Cruz Sedillo and Chris Waha represent the Cowboy baseball program and Samantha Butler, Alysha Alvarez and Roxanne Avalos represent the Cowgirl softball program on the All-Academic teams.

Robinette was named to the RMAC All-Academic First Team with a 3.75 GPA. Robinette has started 30 games this season for the Cowboys while playing in 34. Robinette has a .252 batting average and has hit six doubles, one triple and one home run. Robinette is an exercise and sports science major.

Cruz Sedillo was also named to the RMAC All-Academic First Team with a 3.8 GPA. Sedillo has appeared in 11 games this season while starting one game. Sedillo is 2-0 and has a season earned-run average of 8.27 with nine strikeouts to date. Sedillo is an exercise and sports science major.

Chris Waha was named to the RMAC Honor Roll with a 3.57 GPA. Waha has appeared in nine games this season and is 0-1. Waha has recorded 12 strikeouts on the season and has an ERA of 7.5. Waha is an exercise and sports science major.

Samantha Butler was named to the RMAC All-Academic Second Team for the Cowgirls with a 3.86 GPA. Butler has started 40 games for the Cowgirls while playing in 41. Butler leads the Cowgirls with a .349 season batting average. Butler has two doubles and one triple. Butler is an exercise and sports science major.

Alysha Alvarez was named to the RMAC Honor Roll for the Cowgirls with a 3.47 GPA. Alvarez has started 40 games for the Cowgirls while playing in 42 games this season. Alvarez has a .267 batting average, one double and one triple. Alvarez has not declared a major.

Roxanne Avalos rounds out the student-athletes named to the RMAC All-Academic teams. Avalos was named to the RMAC Honor Roll with a 3.38 GPA. Avalos has started 43 games while playing 44 for the Cowgirls. Avalos has 13 doubles and three home runs with a .303 season batting average. Avalos is a media arts major.