COLUMBUS, Ohio – Seventeen members of the Ohio State men’s swimming and diving program have been named to the Academic All-Big Ten team, conference officials announced Monday afternoon. Of the 10 schools in the conference, the Buckeyes have the fourth most Academic All-Big Ten selections.
To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten, student-athletes must be on a varsity team enrolled full-time at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
Five seniors, eight juniors and four sophomores make up the list while seniors Quinlan DeVal, Daniel Gloude and Noah Lense are all three-time Academic All-Big Ten selections.
The men’s swimmers and divers who have been named Academic All-Big Ten for 2020 are:
Sem Andreis (So.) – Computer and Information Science
Carson Burt (Jr.) – Finance
Joseph Canova (Jr.) – Data Analytics
Paul DeLakis (Jr.) – Biology
Quinlan DeVal (Sr.) – Computer Sciences and Engineering
Alex Dillmann (Sr.) – Political Science
Daniel Gloude (Sr.) – Biology
Connor Isings (Jr.) – Mechanical Engineering
Robert Kondalski (So.) – Biology
Noah Lense (Sr.) – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Andrew Loy (Sr.) – Marketing
Colin McDermott (Jr.) – Finance
Evan McFadden (Jr.) – Aero and Astronautical Engineering
Colin Roy (So.) – Mechanical Engineering
John Sampson (So.) – Air Transportation
Jacob Siler (Jr.) – Speech and Hearing Science
Evan Stapp (Jr.) – Sport Industry