WINCHESTER, Va. - Four senior student-athletes earned a total of six major awards in voting results announced Sunday night at the annual Senior Student-Athlete Dinner.
These departmental awards: Athlete of the Year, Student-Athlete of the Year and Athletic Director's Award, are part of the annual dinner at which the graduating student-athletes are given their senior gift.
The four student-athletes were selected in a vote of the department's head coaches, its senior administrative staff and the head athletics trainer.
The Athletic Director's Award, in its third year, honors students for excellence on the field, in the classroom and for community service.
Feldman, who was named as a Capital One Academic All-America this fall, has a 4.00 GPA as a Doctor of Physical Therapy candidate.
In the community, Feldman is the president and founder of the Shenandoah chapter of Students Helping Honduras and earned the Gerald A. Goodman Award from Kiwanis Circle K chapter.
He had 33 receptions for 382 yards and three touchdowns as the Hornets third receiver this past fall. His TD in the Maryville game was the game-winning score.
Smith, a first team All-USA South honoree in cross country who earned first team All-ODAC honors both indoors and outdoors in track, has a 3.56 GPA as a Biology/Enviromental Studies major.
Her community service work includes helping to coordinate a clothing drive for CCAP and working Soup Kitchens at both Braddock Street United Methodist Church and with the Kiwanis Club.
Wallace dominated this season his wide receiver spot, pulling down a school record 67 catches for 1241 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was named first team All-USA South and All-America by two different organizations.
On Saturday evening, Wallace inked a free agent contract with the Carolina Panthers of the NFL.
Terza, a four-time first team All-USA South honoree at goalkeeper, backstopped the women's soccer team to its first-ever USA South Conference title and trip to the NCAA Tournament.
As the USA South Tournament MVP, Terza had 18 saves as SU took out Meredith, Averett and Christopher Newport to win the title.
In the semi-finals against Averett, Terza had 12 saves including a pair in the shootout to push SU into the championship contest.
The major awards highlighted an evening that included a keynote address from Hall of Famer Vickie (Wright) Lord '90 and a total of 71 student-athletes and three cheerleaders picking up their senior gift.
This year, the gift was a plaque displaying the athletics mark along with the student-athletes name and the sports competed engraved on the plaque.