Florida Tech Football Leads Gulf South Conference in All-Academic Team, Honor Roll Selections

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38 Panthers earned spots on the GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll

Seven members of the Florida Tech football team have been named to the Gulf South Conference’s 2019 Fall All-Academic Team, released by the GSC. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Seven members of the Florida Tech football team have been named to the Gulf South Conference’s 2019 Fall All-Academic Team, released by the GSC.

Additionally, 38 Panthers earned spots on the GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

Florida Tech’s seven All-Academic Team honorees are the most of any GSC football team while the 38 selections to the honor roll are tied for first in the league with Shorter.

Representing the Crimson & Gray on the All-Academic Team are Trent Chmelik, Mike Diliello, Evan Kulyk, Max Linder, Thomas Roman, Evan Thompson and Curtiss Thies. This is the second consecutive appearance for Roman and Thompson.

Academic All-GSC Teams are selected by the GSC Sports Information Directors (SIDs) and Faculty Athletic Representatives (FARs) in a joint vote.

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.

The student-athlete must be a significant contributor to the squad. Other factors include leadership, community service and extra-curricular activities.

SIDs and FARs are not allowed to vote for their own student-athletes. The number of student-athletes selected in each sport is determined by the number of positions normally involved in the playing of that sport. Ties are not broken.

Florida Tech’s seven All-Academic Team honorees are the most of any GSC football team while the 38 selections to the honor roll are tied for first in the league with Shorter. (Florida Tech image)

Trent Chmelik (R-Jr.) – Astronomy & Astrophysics; 3.47 GPA
Mike Diliello (R-Fr.) – Business; 3.85 GPA
Evan Kulyk (So.) – Business; 4.00 GPA
Max Linder (Gr.) – Master of Business Administration; 3.33 GPA
Thomas Roman (Sr.) – Aerospace Engineering; 3.91 GPA
Evan Thompson (Jr.) – Entrepreneurship; 3.80 GPA
Curtiss Thies (Sr.) – Mechanical Engineering; 4.00 GPA

A total of 1,049 student-athletes finished with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 and were named to the GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

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The following are Florida Tech’s members of the 2019 GSC Fall Honor Roll:

Patrick Banks (Psychology)
Noah Bringas (Accounting)
Trent Chmelik (Astronomy & Astrophysics)
Chris Dascher (Aviation Management)
Matt Davis (Business)
David Demeter (Accounting)
Mike Diliello (Business)
Nicholas Falato (Forensic Psychology)
Kenny Hiteman (Forensic Psychology)
Edwin Jefferson (Aviation Management w/ Flight)
Eric Johanning (Aviation Management)
Andrew Jones (Masters of Business Administration)
Carson Kaleo (Business)
Jacob Kaplan (Biomedical Sciences)
Evan Kulyk (Business)
Corey Lane (Business Administration)
Tai Lehtio (Biomedical Engineering)
Max Linder (Master of Business Administration)
Javon Livingston (Forensic Psychology)
Mac Massengill (Biomedical Science)
Anthony Matias (Mechanical Engineering)
John Mays (Accounting)
Ian Pittman (Accounting)
Evan Rojas (Forensic Psychology)
Thomas Roman (Aerospace Engineering)
Michael Ruess (Accounting)
Trey Schaneville (Sport Management)
Chad Simmons (Pre-Med)
Simon-Peter Sutherland (Mechanical Engineering)
Curtiss Thies (Mechanical Engineering)
Evan Thompson (Entrepreneurship)
Daniel Welch (Biomedical Engineering)
K.J. Williams (Information Systems)
Simon Williams (Accounting)
Derrick Wright (Business Administration)
Justin Wright (Humanities/Pre-Law)
Myles Wright (Sports/Business Administration)
Michael Young (Mechanical Engineering)

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