Academic All-District At-Large Teams & Distinguished Student (May 2016)

The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced the 2016 Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Men’s Teams, including Division I, II, III, and college (division). All First Team Academic All-District selections advance to the national Capital One Academic All-American ballot.

There are ten Tau Beta Pi members that have been named to the 2016 Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Men’s teams: (See the full list)

NCAA Division III: First team (District 1)
Nathan H. Hughes – (MA A 2016), robotics engineering & swimming (past chapter president)
NCAA Division I: First team (District 2)
Connor J. Westrick – (MD G 2016), systems engineering & gymnastics
NCAA Division III: First team (District 2)
Glenn H. Balbus – (MD A 2016), mechanical engineering & fencing
NCAA Division I: First team (District 3)
Jared R. Johnson – (TN Z 2016), mechanical engineering & wrestling
NCAA Division III: First team (District 3)
AJ Schick III – (NY G 2016), chemical engineering & swimming
NCAA Division I: First team (District 4)
Chad G. Brears – (AL D 2016), mechanical & aerospace engineering & hockey
NCAA Division I: First team (District 5)
Evan A. Bader – (OH X 2017), chemical engineering & swimming (2016-17 chapter president)
NCAA Division I: First team (District 6)
Weston E. Christensen – (SD B 2017), civil engineering & swimming
NCAA Division I: First team (District 7)
Lucas A. Fumagalli – (CO Z 2017), mechanical engineering & tennis
NCAA Division II: First team (District 8)
Michael Fehrenbach – (AK A 2017), mechanical engineering & skiing

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Bailey A. Scarborough, TX B 2015, has been selected as the 2016 McAuley Distinguished Engineering Student Award recipient by the Texas Tech University Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering. Scarborough was cited for her outstanding academic achievements, activities, interests, and aspirations. She has earned an undergraduate 3.6 GPA and a graduate 4.0 GPA and is graduating with a master’s in environmental engineering. She also is receiving a bachelor’s in environmental engineering.

Read the article for more details of her internships, medical mission trip to Peru, and appreciation for her professors that helped her realize her potential.

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The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced the 2016 Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Women’s Teams, including Division I, II, III, and college (division). All First Team Academic All-District selections advance to the national Capital One Academic All-American ballot.

There are eight Tau Beta Pi members that have been named to the 2016 Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Women’s teams: (See the full list)

NCAA Division I: First team (District 1)
Veronica Toro – (MA B 2016), biological engineering & crew
NCAA Division III: First team (District 1)
1. Margaret G. Guo – (MA B 2016), elect. & computer science engineering & swimming
2. Hope Shevchuk – (MA A 2017), chemical engineering & field hockey/ softball (2016-17 chapter president)
NCAA Division I: First team (District 2)
1. Marissa L. Davey – (MD D 2018), chemical engineering & lacrosse
2. Kathleen A. Heinbach – (MD G 2016), electrical engineering & rowing
NCAA Division I: First team (District 6)
Shelby L. Amsley-Benzie – (ND B 2016), chemical engineering hockey
NCAA Division I: First team (District 7)
Sarah E. Gibson – (TX D 2017), biomedical engineering & swimming
NCAA Division III: First team (District 7)
Lauren F. Miller – (IN B 2016), biomedical engineering & tennis (past recording secretary)

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