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Seven Engineers Honored as NCAA All-Americans

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Joseph Dunn (second from right), celebrates with his teammates after earning his second NCAA DIII title.

The School of Engineering is proud to announce that seven of its students were honored as NCAA All-Americans! The following students were honored:

Joseph Dunn (Civil Engineering, ’16), a member of the men’s swimming and diving team, was a member of two National Champion Relay teams. His teammate Philip Hawley (Civil Engineering, ’14) was a member of one national championship relay team. These titles were the first swimming relay championships in TCNJ history. Read more about their accomplishments in the TCNJ magazine story http://news.pages.tcnj.edu/2014/03/31/believing-in-gold/. In addition, James Shangle (Civil Engineering, ’16) and Ryan Gajdzisz (Civil Engineering, ’17) earned All-American honors at the NCAA swimming championships.

Brian Broderick (Engineering Science, ’14) was national runner up in his weight class for the second straight year in NCAA wrestling competition. Read more about Brian’s accomplisments, http://www.tcnjathletics.com/news/2014/3/15/WREST_0315141744.aspx?path=wres

Scott Lisa (Biomedical Engineering, ’14) and Jake Lindacher (Civil Engineering, ’16) earned All-American honors at the NCAA track championships. An athlete earns All-American honors by placing in the top eight nationally in his/her event. Read more about Jake and Scott’s accomplishments, http://www.tcnjathletics.com/news/2014/3/15/MTRACK_0315140238.aspx

The School of Engineering is proud of the accomplishments of these athletes, and the dedication they show both in athletic competition and in the classroom.

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Jake Lindacher competes in the 60 meter high hurdles, the event for which he received All-American status.

 

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