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. Albu – SD 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 McKenzie – CO 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.
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.)
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. Dinh – WI 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-Benzie – ND 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.