Several University of Texas at Arlington student-athletes majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in the School of Urban and Public Affairs were recently honored by the Southland Conference for academic excellence.
David Subirats, men’s tennis, was named a 2011-12 Southland Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year at The University of Texas at Arlington. Subirats was selected by UTA administrators and met all criteria for the award, including being a letter winner, earning a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade-point average and having completed at least two years of intercollegiate competition.
In addtion, nine student-athletes majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies were recently named to the Southland Conference 2012 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll. To make the honor roll, the student-athlete must have earned a 3.0 grand point average during the spring semester and must have been eligible to compete. Colten Boothe and Hance Loyd were also recognized for earning 4.0 GPAs in the spring semester.
Congratulations to the INTS Students on the list:
- Hunter Brown – Golf
- Kallan Thompson – Softball
- Colten Boothe – Baseball
- Michael Guerra – Baseball
- Chase Weaver – Baseball
- Philip Critelli – Track and Field
- Hance Loyd – Track and Field
- Ivan Storic – Track and Field
- Maria Sandstrom – Track and Field
SUPA’s Interdisciplinary Studies program provides students with a unique approach to higher education with a focus on critical thinking, adaptive learning, collaboration, and research in multiple disciplines. INTS gives students the opportunity to combine several fields of study to meet their distinctive academic and professional goals.