ASHLAND, Va. - Six Shenandoah University student-athletes have been recognized for athletic and academic achievement in Academic All-State selections recently released by the Virginia State Sports Information Directors Association.
Dubin, a dual sport athlete that plays for both the men's golf and tennis teams, has a 3.72 GPA as a business administration major. He posted a second-best-on-squad 79.95 stroke average in golf while also winning a second-best five matches for the tennis team.
Pardo led the field hockey team to its first-ever ODAC championship as she was named first team All-ODAC, ODAC All-Tournament and to the NFHCA All-Region team.
A 3.95 student as a kinesiology major, Pardo was also named as a NFHCA Scholar of Distinction for the second straight year.
Baker was a second team honoree for the baseball team, also picking up ABCA All-Region honors, with Hemler a third team All-ODAC selection in women's lacrosse in addition to being named to the ODAC All-Tournament team.
The six have a 3.74 average GPA and were six of 217 student-athletes from 37 colleges and universities across the commonwealth to be recognized.
Tristan Baker, So., Williamsport, Md., 3.63, Sports Management, Baseball
Hayden Bauserman, So., Woodstock, Va. 3.38, Environmental Studies, Football
Brett Dubin, Jr., Beachwood, Ohio, 3.72, Business Administration, Men's Golf/Tennis
Jacque Hemler, Jr., Lancaster, Pa., 3.96, Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy, Women's Lacrosse
Michelle Krause, Jr., Virginia Beach, Va. 3.78, Nursing, Women's Soccer
Elizabeth Pardo, Jr., Walkersville, Md. 3.95, Kinesiology, Field Hockey