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Jan. 3, 2024

11 Spartan Engineers named to Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team

Two AES student-athletes earn perfect 4.0 GPAs

Academic All-Big Ten Team honors 11 Spartan Engineers
Academic All-Big Ten Team honors 11 Spartan Engineers

Eleven student-athletes from the MSU College of Engineering have been named to the Academic All-Big Ten Team for fall semester. They are among the 150 Michigan State Spartans on rosters for the league's seven autumn sports.
Two Applied Engineering Sciences students finished the semester with unblemished 4.0 GPAs. They are part of MSU’s 19 perfect academic records for the semester, which leads the Big Ten.

The 4.0 Spartan Engineers are:

Andrew Nolan, Men's Cross Country, Applied Engineering Sciences and
Tyler Pritchett, Men's Cross Country, Applied Engineering Sciences.

To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students must be on a varsity team (as verified by being on the official squad list as of Nov. 1 for fall sports), have been enrolled full-time at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
These Spartan Engineers also received Academic All-Big Ten honors for fall 2023:

Jeremy Kloss, Men's Cross Country, Mechanical Engineering

Jack Pennewell, Men's Cross Country, Environmental Engineering

Luke Perelli, Men's Cross Country, Computer Engineering

Madison Price, Women's Cross Country, Environmental Engineering

Jack Guggemos, Men's Soccer, Civil Engineering

Jack Zugay, Men's Soccer, Applied Engineering Sciences

Jordyn Wickes, Women's Soccer, Mechanical Engineering and

Julia Bishop, Volleyball, Computational Data Science

Nil Okur, Volleyball, Computer Science

To see the entire list of academic award winners, visit: Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team.

Written by Patricia Mroczek, See more at the Engineering Media and Public Relations page.