Eastern Florida State Basketball Standout Brody Boyer Named FCSAA Region 8 Scholar Athlete of the Year
By Michael Parsons, Eastern Florida State College // June 15, 2021
first Titan to receive award since Ben Patrick back in 2014
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida State College men’s basketball player Brody Boyer was named the FCSAA Region 8 Hal Chasey Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the 2020-21 season.
The Hal Chasey Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award goes to the top men’s basketball player in the NJCAA Region 8/Florida College System Activities Association for outstanding academic achievement, athletic achievement, and service to the community.
Boyer, a Palm Bay native, started 23 games for the Titans, averaging 8.1 points per game and 4.5 rebounds in his second season with Eastern Florida State College. In the classroom, Boyer has a 3.93-grade point average.
“Just beyond excited that Brody was named the Hal Chasey Scholar-Athlete of the Year,” Eastern Florida State College men’s basketball coach Jeremy Shulman said. “Brody is the epitome of a true student-athlete. Incredible success in the classroom, and an outstanding player on the court, as the starting PG and All-Conference player. So proud of Brody!”
The guard was an NJCAA All-Academic First Team member in 2020 and has won a conference championship both seasons with the Titans.
During hurricane season, Boyer helps put up hurricane shutters for those who need help and around the holidays he puts Thanksgiving baskets together and delivers them and is a volunteer gift wrapper at Christmas for families in the community.
He is the first Titan to receive the award since Ben Patrick was named in 2014.
Boyer will also be a finalist for the FCSAA Male and Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, which will be announced as part of the FCSAA’s End-of-Year Awards that includes Male and Female Athlete of the Year and Male and Female Academic Team of the Year.
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