Klamath Falls – Oregon Institute of Technology student-athletes posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 throughout the 2018-19 academic year, announced the athletic department on Monday.
“I am so proud of our student-athletes, and that they truly reflect what being a student-athlete is all about,” said Oregon Tech director of athletics John Van Dyke. “The Oregon Tech community should be really proud of not only their athletic talent but also their academic achievements.”
|Team||Grade Point Average|
|Women’s Cross Country||3.58|
|Women’s Track & Field||3.46|
|Men’s Cross Country||3.36|
|Men’s Track & Field||3.29|
Of the 211 student-athletes at OIT, a total of 87 were recognized by the Cascade Conference receiving All-CCC Academic Honors, with 49 athletes receiving NAIA Academic Honors. Four Hustlin’ Owl athletes earned Google Cloud academic all-district honors, voted on by CoSIDA members based on academic and athletic success. Brennan Gazdik of the men’s soccer team, Chase Bohman of the volleyball team, and Cindy Reed and Danielle De Castro of Cross Country/Track and Field were each academic all-district selections.
De Castro went on to earn Google Cloud Academic All-America as well, honored as a first-team selection.