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Past Coaches
Hank Carter ('10)
Chad Morris ('08-'09)
Jeff Dicus ('03-'07)
Charlie Sadler ('01-'02)
Jim Shewmake ('98-'00)
Jim Bob Helduser ('97)
Keith Tuck ('95-'96)
Mark Ball ('93-'94)
Roy Farmer ('89-'92)
Don Cowan ('85-'88)

Past Program Results
Year Record Result Coach
2012 9-2    Lost to Pflugerville 20-23 in Bi-District play.  15 5-A District Champs Hank Carter (39-4)
2011 16-0    Beat Austin McCallum 58-70 in Bi-District play. Beat Smithson Valley 42-21 in Area.  Beat CC Flour Bluff 58-15 in Regionals. Beat Cedar Park 14-9 in QFinals.  Beat Pearland Dawson 45-14 in Semi-Finals. Beat Waco Hewitt Midway 22-7 in State Championship game. 4A D1 State Champions Hank Carter (30-2)
2010 14-2    Beat Austin McCallum 28-20 in Bi-District play. Beat Kerrville Tivy 48-42 in Area.  Beat Victoria East 59-28 in Regionals. Beat Cedar Park 21-20 in QFinals.  Beat Friendswood 24-3 in Semi-Finals. Beat Denton Ryan 27-7 in State Championship game. 4A D1 State Champions Hank Carter (14-2)
2009 16-0   Undefeated in District play.  Beat Austin Crockett 58-7 in Bi-District play. Beat Schertz Steele 27-20 in Area.  Beat Flour Bluff HS 52-13 in Regionals. Beat Alamo Heights 27-13 in QFinals.  Beat Pearland Dawson 57-12 in Semi-Finals. Beat Longview 24-17 in State Championship game. 4A D1 State Champions Chad Morris (32-0)
2008 16-0   Undefeated in District play.  Beat Austin LBJ in Bi-District play. Beat Cibolo Steele in Area.  Beat Alice HS in Regionals.Beat Killeen in QFinals.  Beat Friendswood in Semi-Finals. Beat Longview in State Championship game. 4A D1 State Champions Chad Morris
2007 15-1   Undefeated in District play. Beat New Braunfels Canyon in bi-district game.  Beat Kerrville Tivy in area game. Beat CC Calallen in Regional Semi-Finals. Beat Beeville Jones in State QFinals. Beat Dayton in the state semi finals. Beat Highland Park HS in State Championship. 4A D2 State Champions Jeff Dicus (45-15)
2006 8-3   Undefeated in District play. Lost to Buda Hays in Bi-District game. 25 4-A District Champs Jeff Dicus
2005 11-1   Undefeated in District play. 1st team undefeated in entire regular season schedule (10-0). Beat Alamo Heights in bi-district play.  Lost to Austin McCallum in area championship. Bi-District Champions Jeff Dicus
2004 8-3   Lost to Alamo Heights in bi-district game. 27 4-A District Champs Jeff Dicus
2003 3-7   . Jeff Dicus
2002 0-10   . Charlie Sadler (1-19)
2001 1-9   . Charlie Sadler
2000 7-5    Bi-District Champions Jim Shewmake (16-16)
1999 7-3   tied for 3rd (lost on tie-breaker) Jim Shewmake
1998 2-8   . Jim Shewmake
1997 1-9   . Jim Bob Helduser (1-9)
1996 3-6-1   3rd in district (only 2 went) Keith Tuck (10-9-1)
1995 7-3   3rd in district (only 2 went) Keith Tuck
1994 3-7   . Mark Ball (5-15)
1993 2-8   . Mark Ball
1992 2-8   . Roy Farmer (10-30)
1991 2-8   . Roy Farmer
1990 3-7   . Roy Farmer
1989 3-7   . Roy Farmer
1988 3-7   . Don Cowan (15-25)
1987 2-8   . Don Cowan
1986 3-7   . Don Cowan
1985 7-3   . Don Cowan
1984 .   . .

Player Honors
1st Team
All State
2nd Team
All State
District MVP
Taylor Doyle
Stephen Pyle
Austin Williams
Kramer Fyfe
Garret Gilbert
4A Player of the Year
Paden Kelly
Cade McCrary
Quinton Crow
Harry Hatch
Ryan Erxleben
Jason Bird
Todd Reesing
4A Player of the Year
Ian Kelso
Harry Hatch
Garrett Gilbert
Fred Robinson
Fred Robinson
Andy Erickson MVP
Garrett Gilbert MVP
Garrett Gilbert MVP
Garrett Gilbert MVP
Todd Reesing MVP
Todd Reesing MVP
Greg Wiggins MVP
LTHS Football Alumni
Name:  Luke Adkins
College:  Colorado State University
Position:  LB
Height/Weight:  6'2" 229
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2001)
Notes:  (pic) Colorado State’s Luke Adkins sacks Colorado quarterback Joel Klatt in the third quarter last season at Invesco Field at Mile High. Lake Travis: A two-sport letter winner at Lake Travis High. Earned two varsity letters in football, two in tennis...earned all-district and all-league football honors as a junior and senior. Played football for coach Jim Shewmake.

Name:  Nick Bird
College:  Abilene Christan University
Position:  QB
Height/Weight:  6'2" 215
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2004)
Notes:  Attended the same high school aspast ACU starting quarterback Greg Wiggins. Bird finished his career with 5,681 yards passing and 46 touchdowns. As a senior in 2003 he threw for 2,384 yards and 19 touchdowns at Lake Travis, earning second team all-district honors. He was the leading passer in Central Texas and was selected to the Central Texas All-Star Team. As a junior at Mission High School, he threw for 2,140 yards and 19 touchdowns, earning second team all-district honors. Led Mission to an 11-2 record and a state quarterfinal playoff appearance. Personal: His father, Jerry Bird, was an all-Big Sky receiver on the 1981 NCAA Division I-AA national championship team at Idaho State. Born 14 Aug 1985. 2004 graduate of Lake Travis High School.

Name:  Stephen Boon
College:  University of The Redlands
Position:  DB
Height/Weight:  5'8" 177
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2000)
Notes:  (pic) Three year starter for the Bulldogs, Stephen played on 2 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) teams in 2002 and 2003 his sophmore and junior years.

Name:  Brian Daigle
College:  Harvard University
Position:  DE
Height/Weight:  6'4" 250
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1994)
Notes: Played for Coach Keith Tuck.

Name:  Ronnie DeWitt
College:  Tulsa University
Position:  OT
Height/Weight:  6'5" 260
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2006)
Notes: Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Austin Lake Travis High School. Played left tackle both his junior and senior seasons, and split time between right and left tackles his sophomore season. Helped lead his prep team to the district championship both as a junior and senior. Had an average grade of 90-percent his senior season with 38 pancakes. Earned first-team all-district and all-CenTex Texas teams as a senior. Graded at 84-percent his junior season. Was a first-team all-district and second-team all-CenTex Texas teams. Also lettered in track. High school coach was Jeff Dicus. Plans to major in engineering.

Name:  Ryan Erxleben
College:  Texas Tech University
Position:  P
Height/Weight:  6'0" 200
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2008)
Notes: All State punter and defensive end at Lake Travis. Erxleben took over punting duties at Tech from Donnie Carona in the third game of the 2009 season vs Texas.

Name:  Greg Genung
College:  Trinity University
Position:  Kicker / Punter
Height/Weight:  6'0" 195
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2001)
Notes:  Four year starter at Trinity University. Starter 2002 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl (D3 National Championssip game). National special teams player of the week (week 10 ) 2001. 2002 SCAC Defense Honorable Mention, 2nd Team All-Conference. 2004 1st team All-Conference. In his 2nd year at Lake Travis Genung was asked by Coach Jim Shewmake to take over punter/kicker responsibilities. Genung earned district honors. National Honor Society and LT Soccer.

Name:  Garrett Gilbert
College:  University of Texas
Position:  QB
Height/Weight:  6'5" 207
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2008)
Notes:  First-year quarterback who has appeared in two games as a true freshman ... Gatorade and Parade National Player of the Year ... tabbed EA Sports Mr. Football USA ... also named USA Today's Offensive Player of the Year ... became the first Texan to earn the Gatorade award ... played in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game High School Gatorade and Parade National Player of the Year ... tabbed EA Sports Mr. Football USA ... also named USA Today's Offensive Player of the Year ... became the first Texan to earn the Gatorade award ... played in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game ... three-year starter who finished his high school career as Texas' all-time leader in passing yards (12,540) and ranks second in state history in passing TDs (138), completions (895) and attempts (1,368) ... also holds state single-season records in completions (360), attempts (556) and passing yards (4,851) and ranks third on the single-season TD passes list (55) ... rated as the second-best quarterback and 11th-best prospect on ESPN's top 150 national list ... ranked as the 18th-best prospect nationally on Rivals top 100 list ... led Lake Travis to a 39-4 record (20-0 in district play) and back-to-back 4A Div. I state titles as a starter ... ended his high school career on a 30-game winning streak ... went 895-of-1,368 (65.4%) for 12,540 yards and 138 TDs (27 INTs), while rushing for 1,424 yards and 32 TDs, during his career ... voted first-team 4A all-state and the state's Offensive MVP as a senior ... tabbed Dave Campbell's Texas Football's Mr. Texas Football and earned 4A, Region IV and District 25-4A MVP honors ... led the Cavaliers to a perfect 16-0 record and a second consecutive 4A Div. II state championship ... completed 301-of-435 passes (69.2%) for 4,851 yards, 55 TDs and only six INTs ... also rushed 113 times for 774 yards (6.8 ypc) and 23 TDs ... tabbed first-team 4A all-state (TSWA) and second team all-state (AP) as a junior ... an EA Sports Elite 11 selection as one of the nation's top junior quarterbacks ... led Lake Travis to the first state title in school history ... connected on 360-of-556 (64.7%) pass attempts for 4,827 yards and 52 TDs (12 INTs) ... the 4,827 yards rank second on the state of Texas' single-season list ... also notched 96 carries for 400 yards and six TD ... tabbed 4A Newcomer of the Year and District MVP as a sophomore ... completed 234-of-377 (62.1%) passes for 2,862 yards and 31 TDs (nine INTs) ... also logged 65 carries for 250 yards and three TDs.

Name:  Clark Hanley
College:  Eastern New Mexico University
Position:  TE/Deep Snapper
Height/Weight:  6'2" 220
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2003)
Notes:  “Clark is an extremely intelligent young man and a great deep snapper, who can play right away at that position,” ENMU Head Football Coach Ribaudo said. “He will also compete at tight end.”

Name:  Paden Kelley
College:  University of Texas
Position:  OL
Height/Weight:  6'7" 270
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2008)
Notes:  Prep All-America and two-time all-state performer on the offensive line ... a three-year starter who helped Lake Travis claim back-to-back 4A state titles his last two years and three straight district championships ... led Lake Travis to a 31-1 record over his final two seasons and helped the Cavaliers average 470 yards and 43 points per game ... ended his high school career on a 30-game winning streak ... a second-team All-USA selection by USA Today ... started in the 2009 Under Armour All-America Game ... rated the nation's second-best offensive tackle by ESPN and is a member of ESPN's top 150 national list ... tabbed first-team 4A all-state by The Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association as a senior ... also earned first-team all-district 25-4A and all-CenTex honors ... led Lake Travis to a 16-0 record and the 2008 4A Div. I state title ... graded out at 83 percent after posting 56 knockdowns, while not allowing a sack ... paved the way for a Cavalier offense that gained 7,999 yards (4,994p/3,005r) and scored 48.9 points per game ... voted first-team 4A all-state by the TSWA as a junior ... also tabbed first-team all-district 25-4A and second-team all-CenTex ... led Lake Travis to the 2007 4A Div. II state championship ... paved the way for the Cavalier offense to tally 7,061 yards (5,178p/1,883r), while averaging 38 points per game.

Name:  Bryant Lagasse
College:  Sam Houston State University
Position:  LB
Height/Weight:  5'10" 190
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2008)
Notes:  Defensive MVP for Texas Class 4A state champions ... twice All-District and All-Super Cen Tex ... totaled 18 quarterback sacks, 38 tackles for losses, 82 solo and 54 assisted tackles ... high school coach Jeff Dicus.

Name:  Luke Lagera
College:  Navy / Georgetown
Position:  SB
Height/Weight:  5'9" 170
Pop Warner:  Lake Travis Pop Warner
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2005)
Notes:  An all-state running back at Travis High School in Texas, Lagera was a three-year letterwinner . He captained his high school team for three years . Central Texas' leading rusher and scorer as a senior.

Name:  Shawn Lawson
College:  Abilene Christian University
Position:  DE
Height/Weight:  6'2" 240
Pop Warner:  Lake Travis Pop Warner
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2007)
Notes:  Lawson finished his senior season with 22 tackles for Lake Travis HS, which went 8-3 and won the District 25-4A championship. A two-year letterman, the Cavaliers were 19-4 in Lawson's final two seasons. As a senior he was an honorable mention all-district selection and was his team's special teams MVP. He also lettered in baseball in 2007.

Name:  Thomas Loth
College:  Villanova (2007)
Position:  WR
Height/Weight:  6'3" 180 lbs.
High School:  Lake Travis MS; Stonewall Jackson HS, (Woodbridge, VA.) (2007)
Notes:  After middle school at Lake Travis, the Loths moved to Woodbridge, VA., where Thomas' Pop Warner teams made it to Florida 3 years in a row, winning D1 midget his final year. After a stellar HS career Loth was recruited by the Wildcats to play college ball.

Name:  Jeff Lynn
College:  Southwest Texas State
Position:  K
Height/Weight:  6'1" 170
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1998)
Notes:  Lynn lettered three years as a kicker for the Lake Travis football team. Lynn, who was named to the All-District team twice, set a school record, kicking a 51-yard field goal as a senior. Played for Coach Jim Shewmake.

Name:  Cade McCrary
College:  University of Texas
Position:  WR
Height/Weight:  6'4" 180
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2008)
Notes:  Garrett Gilbert’s #1 target will be a preferred walk-on at Texas. Cade is a 6-3 180 pound WR with average speed, good football IQ, and exceptional hands. He was a legitimate 1-AA level recruit with offers from several schools and as a senior he racked up 84 catches for 1711 yards and 24 TDs in the Cavs arcade offense. McCrary understands the spread and will make the catch. If he can fill out over the next three or four years, he can be a solid role player for UT.

Name:  Todd Reesing
College:  Kansas University
Position:  Quarterback
Height/Weight:  5'11" 190
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2005)
Notes:  A graduate of Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas ... Was the 4A Player of the Year in the state of Texas as a junior and Central Texas Player of the Year as a senior ... Threw for 3,340 yards and 41 touchdowns with just five interceptions in 2005. Also rushed for 750 yards and eight TDs during his final high school season ... Ranked first in the state of Texas by completing 72.3 percent of his pass attempts as a senior. Named District MVP as a junior and senior. Was a first-team all-state quarterback in 2004 and third-team punter in 2005 ... Earned academic all-state and all-district honors. Led the Cavaliers to their first 10-0 record in school history. Led the team to district and bi-district championships in 2005 and the district championship in 2004. Coached in football by Jeff Dicus. Earned varsity letters in football and baseball. Earned second-team all-district honors as an outfielder in baseball. A member of National Honor Society. Was in the top one percent of the 2005 graduating class at Lake Travis HS.

Name:  Ben Reid
College:  Angelo State University
Position:  Running Back
Height/Weight:  6'0" 195
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1997)
Notes: One of the most prolific running backs to play at Lake Travis High School, Ben was selected to various All District and All Centex teams in 1994, 1995 and 1996. All District running back in 1995 and 1996 and unanimously selected as All District Defensive back in 1995. 1995 All Centex Team. Ben set LT rushing records in 1994, 1995 and 1996 and had 3,805 career rushing yards with 36 TD's. Ben was Team Captain at LT in '95 and '96. Co MVP in '94 & '95 and MVP in '96. Ben was Team Captain at Angelo State in 1991. Ben was selected as NCAA Lone Star Conference Offensive Player of the Week twice in 1998.

Name:  Cody Skaggs
College:  Hardin Simmons
High School:  Lake Travis High School (2000)
Notes: High School coach was Charlie Sadler.

Name:  Jake Stoetzner
College:  University of Tulsa
Position:  OT
Height/Weight:  6'6" 291
High School:  Lake Travis High School (1995)
Tulsa: A two-year letterwinner has played in 19 games during his career and has 13 career starting assignments . 2000 -Started all 12 games at right tackle last year .1999 - Played in seven games .started the Hawaii contest at quick tackle . . . saw most of his playing time in a reserve role and on special teams . . . 1998 -- Sat out the 1998 season after enrolling in the spring semester . . . Overall -- Listed on the preseason depth chart as the backup at right guard and right tackle . . . will compete for the starting spot at right tackle in preseason drills . . . a veteran and versatile offensive lineman who could see playing time at both guard and tackle . . . has a good understanding of both the run and pass game . . . has great size.
High School: Was a two-year letterwinner at Lake Travis High School . . . started both seasons at offensive tackle . . . helped pave the way for his team to rush for over 2000 yards . . . was a first-team all-district selection as a senior and second-team performer as a junior . . . was listed as a top-10 linemen for all-central Texas . . . high school coach was Keith Tuck.

Name:  Robert Turner
College:  University of New Mexico
NFL:  New York Jets
Position:  OG
Height/Weight:  6'4" 328
High School:  Lake Travis High School (2002)
Notes: UNM: 2003 Scripps/FWAA Freshman All-America Team selection, the first UNM rookie to be honored by the Football Writers Association since fellow lineman Claude Terrell was named to the All-Freshman Team in 2001. HS: A 2002 graduate of Austin (Texas) Lake Travis HS...offensive lineman who had 89 pancake blocks and graded at 90% during his senior year...three-year starter on the offensive line and team captain his senior season...second team all-CenTex pick for coach Charlie Sadler...named to Team Elite by national magazine Gridiron Greats.

Name:  Ryan White
College:  Texas A&M University
Position:  TE
Height/Weight:  6'4" 245
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2001)
Notes:  Two-time all-district selection at linebacker for Lake Travis High School. Also earned all-district honors at tight end as a senior. Helped lead Lake Travis to the area championship as a senior. Coached by Jim Shewmake.

Name:  Greg Wiggins
College:  Abeline Christian University
Position:  QB
Height/Weight:  6'2" 210
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2000)
Notes:  As a senior at Lake Travis HS, Wiggins led all classifications in Central Texas in passing yardage by throwing for 2,104 yds and 11 TDs. Completed 157 of 303 pass attempts. Was named District 25-4A offensive co-MVP and was first team all-district at quarterback and punter. As a jr, he led Central Texas in passing with 1,500 yds. First team all-District 25-4A at QB.

Name:  Tyler Williams
College:  Abilene Christian University
Position:  DE
Height/Weight:  5'11" 240
Pop Warner:  Lake Travis Pop Warner
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2006)
Notes:  Two-year letterwinner at Lake Travis where he was teammates with current ACU teammate Shawn Lawson. As a senior defensive end, Williams was a first team all-district selection and was named academic all-state. As a junior he was honorable mention all-district at nose guard, and he was named the team's Most Improved Player.
Other Sports Alumni
Name:  Dacia Barr
College:  University of Arkansas
Position:  Track & Field
Height/Weight:  5'5"
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2003)
Notes:  Barr excelled on the cross country course and the track in her four seasons with Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas. A state championships qualifier as a freshman for the 4A school, Barr stepped up as a sophomore by winning her first two state track championships indoors in the 1,000 meters and outdoors in the 800. During her junior season, she was the state runner-up in cross country and claimed two more state outdoor titles, repeating in the 800 and also winning the 1,600. At the 2003 Great Southwest Classic, she won the 800 meter run. A versatile runner, Barr competed in events from the 400 relay all the way to 5,000 meters in cross country and was just as accomplished in the classroom with a 3.9 grade point average.

Name:  Kelly Brooks
College:  Louisiana Tech
Position:  Soccer: MD
Height/Weight:  5'3"
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2004)
Notes:  Lettered three years for coach Jeff Gamble at Lake Travis High School in Texas … Helped lead the Cavaliers to the 2003 area championships and state runnerup title … Also helped lead Lake Travis to the 2004 District 27-4A title, the area championship and a third place finish at state … In 2005, helped the Cavaliers win the District 27-4A championship and the area championship. Named second team all-district as a junior and honorable mention all-district as a sophomore. Named team captain as a senior in 2005 and earned first team all district and academic all district. Named to the all-tournament team at the Texas Independent Tournament in 2005 … Named a semifinalist for the Who’s Who Among American High School Students Sports Edition.

Name:  Amy Fowler
College:  BYU Cougars
Position:  Track/Cross Country
Height/Weight:  5'3"
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2004)
Notes:  At BYU (2005): In her BYU debut she placed eighth at the BYU Autumn Classic with a time of 18:51.0 ... in the Great American-Nike Race of Champions she had a time of 18:09.8 giving her a 29th place finish ... placed 53rd with a time of 21:25.6 at the Pre-National meet ... had a time of 21:28.8 and a ninth place finis at the MWC Championships ... earned Second Team All-MWC and MWC Freshman of the Year honors with her performance at the MWC Championships. High School: Lettered four years in cross country and two years in basketball at Lake Travis High School. Member of the Academic All-State Team. Won the 2004 Texas 4A State Championship. The previous three seasons she was a state finalist, member of the All-State Team and Wendy's HS Heisman State finalist.

Name:  Jeff Gerlich
College:  Baylor University
Position:  Golf
Height/Weight:  5'10"
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2003)
Notes:  Three-year letterwinner for coaches Randy Morris and Joel Smith at Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas...Recorded a 74.0 scoring average in leading the Cavaliers to the District 25-4A championship...Averaged 73.9 as a junior as the team won its second straight region title...Team finished seventh in the state as a sophomore and was the state runner up as a junior...Won the 2003 AJGA Taylor Made adidas at Bentwood...Won the 2003 Abilene Reporter News Junior...Earned 2002 Polo Junior All-American honorable mention and 2003 Polo Junior All-American second team honors...Played in the 2003 Canon Cup.

Name:  Honor Hinkle
College:  New Mexico State University
Position:  Volleyball
Height/Weight:  5'10"
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2004)
Notes:  Hinkle comes to New Mexico State after lettering three seasons in volleyball at Lake Travis High School in Lake Travis, Texas for head coach Thomas Kane. As a senior, she recorded 435 kills, 465 digs, 57 aces and 34 blocks while leading Cavaliers to a 31-8 overall record and a second place finish at the District 27-4A Tournament. She was named to the 2004 4A Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State team, the Texas Sports Writer's Association All-State team and the All-State team as a senior. Hinkle was also named to three All-Tournament teams (Wimberley Texfest, Hays Rebel Bash and the Fort Worth Northwest Classic) and first team All-27-4A District after guiding the Cavaliers to the 27-4A Bi-District and Area championships. As a junior, Hinkle earned first team All-25-4A District honors after helping Travis Lake High to a 25-13 overall record and a fourth place finish at the district tournament. She was also named to the all-tournament teams at the 2003 Wimberley Texfest and the Hays Rebel Bash. Along with playing prep volleyball, Hinkle also competed on two club volleyball teams. In 2002, as a member of the Austin Juniors, Hinkle finished 13th at the Junior Olympics. Last season, she joined the Austin Metro and captained her squad to a seventh place showing at the 2004 Junior Olympics.

Name:  Bobby Jones
College:  Southwset Texas State University
Position:  Track & Field
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1996)
Notes:  Was district champ at LTHS in High Jump in 1995 and co champ in 1996 with a jump of 6'6". Placed 3rd in regionals in 1995 at 6'6" as well. Was Honorable mention in LTHS football in '95 and '96. Ran track at SWTexas State from 97 to 2000. Was all academic all conference in 97 and 98 placing 3rd place in high jump indoors in 97 and 5th in 98. Was a part of two Southland Conference outdoor championship teams; 1998 and 2000, placing 6th. Played mens volleyball indoors, and currently is playing as a pro sand player on the AVP (association of volleyball professionals).

Name:  Travis McAshan
College:  Texas A&M
Position:  Track & Field
Height/Weight: 6'1" / 170
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1996)
Notes:  2000 (Senior) Earned All-America accolades twice in the 1,600-meter relay ... usually ran the third leg on the relay ... the foursome posted the No. 5 time in school history, a 3:03.97, in the prelims of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Durham, N.C. ... went on to finish eighth in the finals with a 3:05.54 clocking ... ran the third leg at historic Franklin Field in what may have been the most exciting relay race of the season, narrowly finishing second to Penn Relays Champion TCU in a time of 3:05.98 ... the team finished third indoors and outdoors at the conference meets ... the quartet finished fourth with a 3:08.13 clocking at the NCAA Indoor in Fayetteville, Ark. ... finished sixth with a time of 50.33 in the 400 hurdles to earn All-America honors ... posted a third-place, 50.18 clocking in the hurdles at the Big 12 Outdoor ... ranks No. 6 on the all-time A&M list ... grabbed fourth in the 600-yard run at the conference indoor with a time of 1:09.18.1999 (Junior) Placed fifth in the 400-meter hurdles at the Big 12 Outdoor with a time of 51.02 … ran the anchor leg on the mile relay that placed second at the conference outdoor with a time of 3:06.50 … had a career-best clocking of 50.61 in the 400 hurdles at the Texas Quad … also ran anchor on the 4x4 relay that posted a season-best 3:05.33 at the Texas Quad … during the indoor season, McAshan posted season-bests of 49.57 in the 400 and 1:12.50 in the 600 … ran the second leg on the 1,600 relay that placed fourth at the Big 12 Indoor.1998 (Sophomore)Placed eighth in the 400-meter hurdles at the Big 12 Outdoor … posted a season-best 51.89 at the U.S. Collegiate Series …had a season-best clocking of 49.60 in the 400 at the College Station Relays … redshirted indoors.1997 (Freshman)Was the Aggies’ top entry in the 400-meter hurdles … had his college-best clocking of 51.02 while finishing second at the Texas 5-Way … placed eighth with a time of 53.84 at the Big 12 Outdoor … posted victories in the high and intermediate at the Rice Invitational … ran a leg on A&M’s fourth-place 1,600-meter relay at the Big 12 Indoor. High SchoolTwo-time district champion in the 110-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles … was regional champion in the 300-hurdles … won 27 gold medals as a senior and was undefeated in the 300-hurdles going into the state meet … coached by Kevin Halfman … was an all-district placekicker for the football team and MVP of the soccer team.

Name:  Jordan McCambridge
College:  University of Texas
Position:  Track & Field
High School:  Lake Travis HS (1998)
Notes:  Senior Jordan McCambridge has been named UT's Student-Athlete of the Month for April. The economics major is a nine-time All-Big 12 performer, two-time All-American and 2001 Big 12 Champion. McCambridge, who hails from Austin and attended Lake Travis High, is a three-time Academic All-Big 12 selection in cross country and track and field. The UT record-holder in the indoor 1,000m at 2:23.70 is also a six-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Name:  Tyler Welch
College:  Brigham Young University
Position:  Swimming
Height/Weight:  6'1" 150 lbs.
High School:  Lake Travis HS (2005)
Notes:  At BYU (2005): 2005 graduate of Lake Travis High School in Austin. Swam the anchor leg on Lake Travis’ state champion 200 free relay … Also placed third in the 100 fly, fourth in the 400 free relay, and sixth in the 200 IM to lead Lake Travis to a third-place team finish at state in 2005. Set regional records in the 100 fly, 200 IM, 200 free relay, and 400 free relay in 2005. District champion and record-holder from 2003-05 in the 100 fly and 200IM. Team MVP in 2003 and 2004 and Lake Travis View’s LTHS male athlete of the year in 2005. Coached by Jeff Olsen at Lake Travis. Also swam for Longhorn Aquatics and coach Randy Reese … An excellent student, Welch was a Lake Travis Scholar Candidate and received automatic admittance to Texas A&M.