Spring Sports Post-Season Accolades (By Kevin Steen, Associate Athletic Director and Head Trainer)

Due to spring sports being cancelled by COVID-19 crisis, the TAPPS Executive Board made a decision that they would not award the following for the 2019-2020 school year: the Henderson Cup, TAPPS Male and Female Athlete of the Year, TAPPS Coach of the Year and TAPPS Spring Sports All District and All State Awards. The Texas High School Lacrosse League voted to not have season honors due to COVID-19 as well.
For the 2019-20 Spring Sports, TAPPS will amend the published standards for qualification of the Academic All State Awards. The award will remain for Junior and Senior students whose cumulative GPA exceeds a 3.5 as required by TAPPS governance.
The Athletic Department congratulates the following individuals on spring sports teams for receiving post-season accolades.
  • Baseball - Jack Beiter, Alex Cannata, Robert Latkowski and Lachlan Thomas earned Academic All-State Honors. Two seniors will be continuing their baseball career at the collegiate level. Alex Cannata will be playing at Southwestern University and Garrett Urry will be playing at Nicholls State University.
  • Golf – Luke Barnett, Jake Cuba and Koke Dolce earned Academic All-State Honors.
  • Men’s Lacrosse – Ian Prince will be playing lacrosse at Concordia University in Wisconsin.
  • Women’s Lacrosse - Three seniors will be continuing their lacrosse career at the collegiate level: Aaliyah Jones will be playing at Monmouth University. Camille Franklin will be playing at Bryn Mawr College, and Alexcia Zeller will be playing at Presbyterian College.
  • Tennis – Grant DeRoeck, Peter Holub, Isa Martinez, Grace May, Sophia Rangel-Medina and Nicholas Nichols earned Academic All-State Honors.
  • Track and Field- Andre Aufieri, Annika Coffman, Ellie Greff, Grant Lawler, Sophia Linn, Thomas McCarthy, Joseph Meyer, Annika Prevost and Kiele Shultz earned Academic All-State Honors. Two seniors will be continuing their track and field career: Jackson Long will be running at Western Colorado University and Julian Stoicoviciu will be throwing javelin at Texas A&M University.

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