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Twenty-Seven Jackets Make Dean's List

Jan. 8, 2007

ATLANTA – The Georgia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams had a total of 27 student-athletes make the Dean’s List for the fall semester, announced head coach Stuart Wilson. Eight of those student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester.

“All of these student-athletes have shown that you can be successful in the pool and in the classroom,” said Wilson. “These swimmers and divers have shown such great discipline and determination that anything is possible if you have the right attitude.”

On the men’s team, freshman Kelsey Duffy (mechanical engineering), senior Ofer Finkler (electrical engineering), sophomore Andy Miller (civil engineering), junior Rob Miller (computer science), freshman Alex Roan (mechanical engineering) and senior co-captain Alex Williams (mechanical engineering) all posted a perfect 4.0 GPA for the fall.

Making the 4.0 grade for the women’s team was junior Elizabeth Stowe (management) and senior co-captain Alison Walker (management).

Making the Dean’s List with 3.0 GPA for the men was senior Ryan Bishop (management), junior Jeff Burton (mechanical engineering), sophomore Noah Copeland (Undecided in College of Engineering), junior Peter Doblar (mechanical engineering), redshirt co-captain Chris Ewald (civil engineering), freshman Johnny Hagaman (Undecided in College of Engineering), junior Jacob Kwasnik (aerospace engineering), freshman Way Joe Lee (Undecided in College of Engineering), sophomore Kevin Skenes (mechanical engineering), sophomore Mauricio Sousa (chemical engineering) and freshman Will Woodworth (management).

For the women, junior Megan Campbell (biology), junior Stephanie England (chemical engineering), freshman Taylor Flynn (Undecided in College of Engineering), freshman Ryann Kopacka (aerospace engineering), freshman Agatha Kwasnik (biomedical engineering), freshman Jing Li (electrical engineering), freshman Lisa Pucci (management) and sophomore Alison Skala (mechanical engineering) all finished on the Dean’s List with a 3.0 GPA or higher in the fall semester.

The Yellow Jackets will dive back into action this weekend, Jan. 13 and 14, as Tech hosts Florida Atlantic on Saturday and Emory plus North Florida (women) on Sunday, both meets beginning at Noon. All home meets are free admission in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.

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