Men’s Soccer Grades Earn FIT National Recognition

By  //  December 14, 2012

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Academic Excellence Lifts Panthers

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS – Led by head coach Robin Chan, the Florida Tech men’s soccer team received recognition for its dedication in the classroom as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America named the Panthers to its NSCAA College Team Academic Award list.

Coach Robin Chan has led the Florida Tech men’s soccer team to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s College Team Academic Award list. (Image courtesy of Florida Tech)

With a team grade point average of 3.12, Florida Tech was one of just four Sunshine State Conference men’s soccer teams to receive the award.

The award honors the collegiate soccer programs that displayed excellence in the classroom during the school year by maintaining at least a 3.0 grade point average.

The group announced a total of 739 college soccer teams (227 men, 512 women) to the award list for the 2011-12 academic year.

Joining FIT from the Sunshine State Conference were Barry, Florida Southern and Lynn.