Engineering and computer science student athletes honoured

The acting dean, award winner and women who established the award stand side by side near a UVic banner in a room in the Engineering Computer science Building

Back row, L-R: Associate Dean Colin Bradley; Nate Dring, Thomas Heuser and Max Moyes (rugby); Margaret Hemphill (rowing); Eric Hedlin and Josh Zakala (swimming); Vikes Director Clint Hamilton.
Front row, L-R: Xavier Araujo (soccer); Riley Raso (rowing); and Alice Gentleman (swimming).

2020 January — Congratulations to student-athletes from UVic Engineering and Computer Science who have been named to the latest Vikes Honour Roll. There were 14 winners from the faculty, including the nine shown in the photo.

The recipients of the annual Vikes Honour Roll are student-athletes who achieved a minimum of a 6.6 GPA (80 per cent) while training and competing at the highest level of sport. Thanks to the generous support of UVic, the 2018-19 group of recipients received financial support for their accomplishments.

Students from UVic Engineering and Computer Science named to the 2018-19 include:

  • Xavier Araujo, Biomedical Engineering – Men's Soccer
  • Isaac Donaldson, Software Engineering – Men's Rowing
  • Nate Dring, Computer Science – Men's Rugby,
  • Alice Gentleman, Civil Engineering – Women's Swimming
  • Zoe Goodwin-Sutton, Software Engineering – Women's Rugby
  • Eric Hedlin, Master in Computer Science – Men's Swimming
  • Margaret Hemphill, Mechanical Engineering – Women's Rowing
  • Thomas Heuser, Civil Engineering – Men's Rugby
  • Mark Kaiser, Software Engineering – Men's Soccer
  • Eryn Libert-Scott, Biomedical Engineering – Women's Soccer
  • Max Moyes, Mechanical Engineering – Men's Rugby
  • Baylee Munro, Computer Science – Men's Swimming
  • Riley Raso, Software Engineering – Men's Rowing
  • Josh Zakala, Civil Engineering – Men's Swimming

View all UVic students named to the 2018-19 Vikes Honour Roll.

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