Academic All-Americans, November 2014

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

Christian M. PerrymanNY Q 2014, a 2014 mechanical engineering graduate of Clarkson University and first team All-American; he earned CoSIDA All-District honors in 2012-13 as well, finished 16th overall at the USCSA Nationals in alpine skiing, and was a two-time all-star in the MacConnell Division rankings.

Caleb M. CapozellaDC B 2014, a recent graduate of The Catholic University of America majoring in biomedical engineering and second team All-American; he was the Rookie of the Year and Swimmer of the Year in the Landmark Conference (2011), nine-time Landmark All-Conference performer, and he holds six school records including the 100 & 200 backstroke, and 200 individual medley.

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

Lauren BaileyNY K 2015, a senior chemical engineering major from the University of Rochester and second team All-American; she began the 2014-15 swim season with two individual event wins and anchored a third winning relay, last season she earned four Honorable Mention All-American honors at the Div. III Championships, and has set at least five school record times in the fly stroke and in relays.

Maddy WhartonMA B 2014, a recent graduate of MIT majoring in biological engineering and second team All-American; she posted nine goals and three assists in the 2012-13 field hockey season, was selected as the NEWMAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player, first-team all-conference, and ECAC New England All-Star.

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One Tau Bates was recently selected for the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Men’s At-Large College Division teams. Click here for the All-America College Division men’s at-large first and second teams.

Sneh M. PatelFL I 2014, a senior aerospace engineering major from Embry-Riddle University (FL) and second team All-American; he averaged 75.6 strokes per round, is a two-time NAIA-Daktronics Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Conference selection, and is a member of the Eagles’ sub-70 club, shooting a 69 in 2012 and a 69 in 2014.

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