Florida Tech Scholar-Athletes Recognized for Academic Success at Spring 2022 Honors Convocation

17 scholar-athletes received recognition

Florida Tech Athletics had another exceptional year in the classroom in 2021-22 with numerous student-athletes earning recognition at the university’s Honors Convocation. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech Athletics had another exceptional year in the classroom in 2021-22 with numerous student-athletes earning recognition at the university’s Honors Convocation.

A total of 17 scholar-athletes received Outstanding Student of the Year awards. Additionally, 17 Panthers were recipients of Distinguished Student Scholar awards from Florida Tech.

The Outstanding Student of the Year honorees are selected by each academic unit at Florida Tech and designated as “well-rounded, active student-scholars who have made contributions to the academic program, university, and community.”

The full list of scholar-athletes who earned Outstanding Student of the Year awards is below:

Department of Aerospace, Physics and Space Sciences

■ Abbigale Smith (Women’s Rowing)

■ Reese Van Putten (Men’s Cross Country/Track)

■ Simona Vileniskyte (Women’s Rowing)

Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering and Sciences

■ Makayla Daniels (Women’s Basketball)

■ Sophia Ferrizzi (Women’s Rowing)

■ Nashaita Patrawalla (Women’s Rowing)

■ Samantha Sequeira (Cheerleading & Dance)

Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering

■ Gennaro Zappariello (Men’s Rowing)

Department of Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences

■ Sydney Goodman (Women’s Swimming)

■ Gabija Karosas (Women’s Swimming)

Nathan M. Bisk College of Business

■ Dani Garcia Martin (Men’s Soccer)

■ Fanny Hakanson (Women’s Basketball)

■ Anna Harry (Volleyball)

■ Rachel Johnson (Women’s Lacrosse)

■ Boris Villa (Baseball)

College of Psychology and Liberal Arts

■ Emily Swope (Women’s Soccer)

School of Psychology

■ Paige Herr (Cheerleading & Dance)

Honors College

■ Samantha Sequeira (Cheerleading & Dance)

The Distinguish Student Scholar award is given annually to undergraduate students who have completed more than 55 credit hours at Florida Tech with cumulative grade point averages of 3.8 or higher.

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