Ohio State had a school-record 115 student-athletes earn Big Ten Distinguished Scholar honors, which were announced Wednesday.

A grade-point average of at least 3.7 is required for Distinguished Scholar status. Ohio State had the most honorees in the Big Ten.

Fifteen Ohio State athletes had a 4.0 GPA during the 2016-17 academic year, including Christy Blough and Josh Tublin from the men’s volleyball team that repeated as NCAA champions and Alexa Aton from the U.S. Collegiate Championship synchronized swimming team.

The other 12 OSU athletes with 4.0 GPAs were Noah Best (men’s lacrosse), Matt Davis (wrestling), Kendal Elder (rifle), Eleanor Harvey (fencing), Joey Long and J. Reed McGraw (men’s swimming and diving), Cheyenne Meek (women’s swimming and diving), Nicole Miyashiro (women’s soccer), Kelsey Nolan and Chelsea Quinn (field hockey), Nic Smith (pistol), and Nathan Tomasello (wrestling).

The wrestling team had seven Distinguished Scholars in all, including NCAA runner-up Bo Jordan and Micah Jordan, who finished fourth in the NCAAs. Tomasello finished third.

The Buckeyes’ football team was represented on the Distinguished Scholars list by offensive lineman Billy Price and long-snapper Liam McCullough.

Big Ten women’s basketball Player of the Year Kelsey Mitchell earned Distinguished Scholar honors, as did teammate Stephanie Mavunga. Women’s tennis players Francesca Di Lorenzo and Miho Kowase, who teamed to win the NCAA doubles championship, also earned the academic honor.

The men’s hockey team was represented by three players, including captain Nick Schilkey, who signed a contract today with the American Hockey League’s Charlotte Checkers.

Here’s the full list of Big Ten Distinguished Scholars: