44 student-athletes from the four UAA football programs were selected to the National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society.
The NFF Hampshire Honor Society is comprised of college football players from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college career.
Case Western Reserve University led the way with 14 recipients: Ethan Albers, Torin Colchagoff, Dan Cronin, Bryan Erb, Jordan Esteban, Adam Hochman, Mike O'Donnell, KJ Pederson, Josh Rogers, Tyler Schovanec, Dayton Snyder, Scott Suren, Aaron Weisberg and Justin Williams.
The Spartans had the second-most players named to the society among NCAA Division III teams, and the third-most among all of this year's 275 recognized schools. The only programs with more honorees were Brown University (16), Yale University (15) and Johns Hopkins University (15).
UAA co-champion Washington University put 12 seniors in the Honor Society: Ross Chukerman, Brian Douglas, Luke Duffy, Max Elliott, Matt Goad, Alex Hallwachs, Ben Lake, Quincy Marting, Matt McCareins, Mitch McMahon, Dylan Petre and Cody Ratermann.
Ten student-athletes from University of Chicago received the honor: Vincent Beltrano, Spencer Byrne, Ben Clark, Christopher Dengler, Karol Kurzydlowski, Colin Macri, Nick Pielech, Greg Thome, Cole Thoms and Justin Waney.
Eight seniors from UAA co-champion Carnegie Mellon University were recognized by the NFF: Nico Comsa, Vince Demarchi, Will French, Andrew Garibaldi, Andrew Hearon, Chris Herrera, Ted Houlis, and Graham Schilling.