Tau Bates: All-Americans & New Members

Two Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Men’s Division I At-Large second team. Click here for the All-America Division I men’s at-large first, second, and third teams.

Philip M. AlbuSD B 2014, a recent computer science & engineering graduate from South Dakota State University; he is a previous Tau Beta Pi South Dakota Beta Chapter vice president & TBP Scholar, is the school record holder in three individual backstroke events, and was a part of the school-record 200-yard freestyle relay team that won the Summit League title in 2014.

John Adam McKenzieCO Z 2014, an aeronautical engineering graduate from the United States Air Force Academy; he was ice hockey team captain as a senior, named second-team all-conference as a defenseman, and a three-time Atlantic Hockey all-academic selection.

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Tau Beta Pi California Nu Chapter President Darren M. DeWitt, CA N 2014, recently posted an image of the 71 new initiates from the May 30 initiation at Calif. State Poly. Univ., Pomona. (Click on the image to increase to full screen.) CaNu14

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Three Tau Bates were recently selected for the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America Women’s Division I At-Large second and third teams, respectively. Click here for the All-America Division III women’s at-large first, second, and third teams.

Ashley A. Armstrong Jr.IN G 2015, mechanical engineering senior at the University of Notre Dame; she is the Tau Beta Pi Indiana Gamma Chapter treasurer, is a two-time Academic All-American and the first women’s golfer at Notre Dame to receive Academic All-Academic recognition, and won the BIG EAST Championship as a freshman in 2012 and then was victorious in back-to-back tournaments during the spring of her sophomore year.

Kimberly T. DinhWI A 2014, double majored in chemical engineering and chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; she was honored by the NCAA with the 2013 Elite 89 award, which is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average (4.0) participating at the NCAA championships. She is a two-time NGCA All-Scholar Team, three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, and a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

Shelby L. Amsley-BenzieND B 2016, a chemical engineering major at the University of North Dakota; was the starting goaltender for the ice hockey team, was named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the WCHA All-Academic Team, and led the nation with a .981 third-period save percentage, only conceding three goals in the third period all year.

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