AUSTIN, Texas – Recent Castleton University graduate and two-sport student-athlete Trevor Hanna has been voted to the Google Cloud Third Team Academic All-America At-Large Team by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), announced Tuesday by the national organization.
Hanna served as an assistant captain for the Spartan ice hockey team in 2017-18 and earned team MVP honors after collecting five goals and seven assists in 25 games played. He scored the game-winning goal against Brockport to give Castleton the WSYB/Catamount Radio Invitational title. During the tennis season, he posted a 7-3 record in singles and an 8-2 mark in doubles, earning NAC East Second Team honors for the second time in his career.
Not including the just-completed Spring 2018 semester, Hanna had compiled a 3.99 grade point average as a double major in biology and adventure recreation. Due to his work in the classroom, Hanna received All-Academic honors from the New England Hockey Conference and from the North Atlantic Conference three times apiece. He was also named to the NAC Men's Tennis Sportsmanship Team this past spring for his demonstrated acts of sportsmanship and ethical behavior.
Hanna is the only student-athlete with two sports listed to make one of the Academic All-America At-Large teams. He is the second Castleton representative in the Academic All-America program this academic year, joining Pavin Parrish of the men's basketball team.
In total, 12 Castleton student-athletes have received Academic All-America honors all-time, with Hanna joining Dan Bell and Brett Zeggil from 2013 as members of the Spartan ice hockey program to earn the honor. Hanna is the first representative from the Castleton men's tennis program to earn the academic recognition.
The Division III Google Cloud Academic All-America® program is financially supported by the NCAA Division III national governance structure to assist CoSIDA with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the 2017-18 Division III Academic All-America® teams.