Florida Tech Panther Football Places Two on GSC Fall All-Academic Team, 41 on Fall Honor Roll

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Jimmy Hinel, Trevor Old, named to 2017 Gulf South Conference Fall All-Academic Team

Two student-athletes of the Florida Tech football team, Jimmy Hinel and Trevor Old, have been named to the 2017 Gulf South Conference Fall All-Academic Team, while 41 Panthers earned a spot on the 2017 GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll, announced by the GSC office on Thursday.  

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Two student-athletes of the Florida Tech football team, Jimmy Hinel and Trevor Old, have been named to the 2017 Gulf South Conference Fall All-Academic Team, while 41 Panthers earned a spot on the 2017 GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll, announced by the GSC office on Thursday.  

Both Hinel and Olds are tabbed to the distinguished list for the first time in their careers.

To be eligible for the Academic All-GSC Teams, nominees must have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.20 or better on a 4.00 scale for their entire academic career and may not be freshmen or first-semester or quarter transfers.

A junior defensive lineman, Hinel boasts a perfect 4.00 GPA in marketing while Olds, a redshirt sophomore offensive lineman, earned a 3.60 GPA in global management and finance.

Florida Tech’s 41 student-athletes on the Honor Roll are the most of any football team in the GSC.

The GSC set a new record for student-athletes on the fall honor roll, as 979 student-athletes finished with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00.

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Following are Florida Tech’s members of the 2017 Fall Honor Roll:

Patrick Banks, Fr., Psychology 3.00
Jaaron Barrett, Sr., Sport Management 3.00
Noah Bringas, Jr., Accounting 3.00
Andrew Burgess, Jr., Forensic Psychology 3.07
Trent Chmelik, So., Astronomy & Astrophysics 3.33
Trey Curry, Jr., Global Management and Finance 3.60
Matt Davis, Fr., Sport Management 3.00
David Demeter, Fr.,  Accounting 3.06
Max Erdman, So., Business & Environmental Studies 3.50
Nicholas Falato, Jr., Forensic Psychology 3.23
Roma’n Grissett, Jr., Fr., Business & Environmental Studies 3.28
Kyle Gullikson, Jr., Ocean Engineering 3.12
Antwuan Haynes, Jr., Business Administration 3.00
Jimmy Hinel, Jr., Marketing 4.00
Kenny Hiteman, So., Forensic Psychology 3.20
Gary Holmes, Gr., Business Administration 3.33
Devonte Jones, Gr., Business Administration 3.33
Devan Kinlaw, Jr., Communication 3.00
Thierry Lafortune, Fr., Civil Engineering 3.56
Joe Laguna, Jr., Sport Management 3.25
Corey Lane, Fr., Business Administration 3.10
Zachary Leatherman, Sr., Forensic Psychology 3.40
Marquise Lewis, Jr., Strategic Communication 3.20
Javon Livingston, Fr., Forensic Psychology 3.45
Mac Massengill, Fr., Biomedical Science 3.20
Trevor Olds, Jr., Global Management and Finance 3.60
Thomas Roman, So., Aerospace Engineering 3.78
Michael Ruess, So., Business Administration 3.20
Renzo Salvador, Sr., Psychology 3.28
Chad Simmons, Jr., Biomedical Science 3.75
Brian Spurgeon, Jr., Fr., Accounting 3.66
Karenz Stephens, Fr., Sport Management 3.00
Letwan Sutton, Fr., Aviation Management 3.37
Evan Thompson, Fr., General Engineering 3.46
De’Vontae Weekley, Jr., Accounting 3.25
Mason Wilfong, So., Sport Management 3.20
K.J. Williams, Fr., General Studies 3.13
Simon Williams, So., Accounting 3.00
Justin Wright, Fr., Prelaw 3.00
Michael Young, So., Mechanical Engineering 3.55
Brandon Ziarno, So., Entrepreneurship 3.5

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