Ogilvie, Montoya earn academic honors.

UAFS not only enjoyed a successful year athletically, but its student-athletes also excelled in the classroom.

Former Alma standouts, Collin Ogilvie and Jamee Montoya were among more than 57 percent of the UAFS student-athletes were recently named to the Heartland Conference President’s and Commissioner’s honor rolls for the spring semester.

In all, 1,265 student-athletes from the conference’s 10 member schools achieved academic recognition on the honor rolls, which were announced by the conference office on Monday. It marks the second consecutive semester that more than 1,200 student-athletes have been recognized.

Ogilvie (senior, baseball) was among the 57 percent (725) of the conference’s honorees named to the President’s Honor Roll after maintaining a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.5 and remaining eligible for competition during the semester. Montoya (junior, cross country) and the remaining 540 student-athletes earned spots on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In order to be eligible for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, student-athletes must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain eligible for competition during the semester.

Thirty-five UAFS student-athletes were named to the President’s Honor Roll, while the remaining 36 were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. UAFS competes in 10 NCAA Division II sports. Below is a list of the UAFS student-athletes who were named to the President’s and Commissioner’s honor rolls.