A total of 56 student-athletes at UNLV received the Scholar-Athlete Award.
Two programs reach double-digits; women's basketball has a program-best eight named to semester squad.
Carl Jonson's 4-under-par 68 helps Rebels move up seven spots in the standings Saturday.
Three programs reach double-digits, men's golf leads league in honorees.
Carl Jonson turns in the Rebels' top individual performance with a tie for 19th in Texas.
UNLV: Begins his fourth year with the Rebels ... Has played in 36 tournaments, totaling 106 rounds for a scoring average of 73.02, which currently ranks 15th in program history ... Has 16 top-20 finishes, seven top-10s, two top-fives and has shot par or better in 39 rounds ... His 106 rounds played ranks 18th in program history.
2013-14: Named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar ... Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors for the third straight year and received the league's Scholar-Athlete Award for the third time ... Also made the Dean's Honor List ... Was selected to the All-MW team, PING All-West Region and was named the league's Player of the Week on March 19 ... Was the team's Michael Maze Award winner, which annually is given to the golfer who best exemplifies the spirit of Rebel golf ... Also earned the Bruce Parker award for the third straight year (team member with highest grade point average) ... Played in a team-high-tying 12 tournaments, totaling 34 rounds ... Had eight top-20 finishes, four top-10s and two top-fives ... Recorded seven rounds at par and 11 under ... His best finish was a third-place showing at the MW Championship ... Also finished fourth at the Jackrabbit Invitational ... Shot five rounds in the 60s (low round of 66 in the first round of the MW Championship) ... Was second on the team in scoring average with 72.68 ... Over the summer won the Northwest Open Invitational at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, Wash., as an amateur ... Also tied for 12th at the Pacific Coast Championship, tied for 13th at the Sahalee Players Championship and tied for 15th at the Trans-Miss Championship ... Earned the Washington State Golf Association's Men's Amateur of the Year Award.
2012-13: Earned Academic All-MW honors and was named a MW Scholar-Athlete, both for the second straight year ... Was the 2013 recipient of the Bruce Parker Award, which is given annually to the Rebel golfer with the highest grade point average on the team - it marked his second straight year earning the award ... Played in 12 tournaments, totaling 36 rounds for a scoring average of 73.42, which ranked fourth on the team ... Recorded four top-20 finishes and two top-10s ... Had 10 rounds of par or better ... His best finish was a tie for seventh at the NCAA Columbus Regional ... His other top-10 was a tie for 10th at the MW Championship ... Had six rounds in the 60s during the year, including on the last stroke-play day of the NCAA Championship.
2011-12: Earned Academic All-MW honors ... Also named a MW Scholar-Athlete ... Was the 2012 recipient of the Bruce Parker Award, which is given annually to the Rebel golfer with the highest grade point average on the team ... Played in a team-high-tying 36 rounds and recorded a scoring average of 72.94, which ranked fifth on the Rebels ... Had four top-20 finishes and a top-10 ... Shot par or better 11 times ... His best finish was seventh place at the National Invitational Tournament ... Shot in the 60s four times with three 68s.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of Bainbridge High School in Bainbridge Island, Wash. ... Lettered four years with the golf program ... Had a 68.7 scoring average his junior year and a 68.5 scoring average his senior year ... He was ranked 42nd in the country by Golfweek in the class of 2011 when he signed with UNLV ... Won his district's championship his junior year ... In addition to his distinguished record in the Pacific Northwest where he represented the state of Washington at the 2010 Junior America's Cup, he had numerous high finishes in national competitions and was the highest-ranked 2011 graduate from the state of Washington ... During sectional qualifying for the U.S. Amateur in 2010, he captured medalist honors at The Home Course site and set the tournament course record, besting a field that included the reigning NCAA Player of the Year, former U.S. Junior Amateur Champion and multiple collegiate All-Americans ... Earned All-Metro League honors all four years of high school and was a two-time state (WIAA) Athlete of the Week ... His team went undefeated three of his four years in league, only losing one match ... They were the runner-up his freshman year at the state high school championship and he led the team by finishing second individually.
PERSONAL: Carl Victor Jonson was born Oct. 5, 1992, in Bainbridge Island, Wash. ... The son of Ed and Susanne Jonson ... Majoring in business ... Has a brother, Andy (19) ... His father played golf at Seattle University and professionally.