Time management is often a challenge for college students. Throw in the demands of practice, games and travel into the mix and it doesn’t leave much time for a life. But, several Mays student athletes are proving they can do it all. And, do it well.
Senior volleyball player Jenna Moscovic was named the Bill Erwin Scholar-Athlete of the Year at Texas A&M’s annual awards banquet this spring. Mosovic, who is in the college’s Professional Program, was named a first-team All-American this year and has been a three-time member of the Academic All-Big 12 squad.
Seth McKinney, center for the Aggie football team, was presented the Distinguished Letterman Award at the banquet. McKinney, who earned a BBA and master’s in information and operations management (INFO), was also named a first-team Verizon Academic All-American. McKinney is heading to the NFL next fall.
Sophomore INFO student Ryan Warpinski was named to the first team of this year’s Baseball Academic All-Big 12 team. Fellow players Matt Alexander, a sophomore accounting major, and Justin Moore, a sophomore finance major, were named to the second-team Baseball Academic All-Big 12 team.