IRVING, Texas - Quarterback Hayden Bauserman has been named as a National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society member in selections announced recently by the organization.
Bauserman is one of an all-time high of 1661 players from 426 schools to earn the honor for completing their collegiate eligibility and having at least a 3.2 career GPA.
An environmental studies major, Bauserman graduated in December with a 3.48 cumulative GPA. He was a three-time Academic All-ODAC honoree and was twice selected Academic All-State.
On the field, Bauserman rewrote the SU record book, setting every significant game, season and career passing record. He earned first team All-ODAC honors in the final three seasons of his career and was named as the J. Stokeley Fulton Offensive Player of the Year in the ODAC and the Lanier Award winner as the top NCAA Division II/III/NAIA player in the commonwealth of Virginia.
Bauserman is the first SU player to earn NFF Hampshire Honor Society honors.