Ferrum's Jaglowski Named First Team Baseball Academic All-American
FERRUM, Va. -- Ferrum College's Paul Jaglowski has been named to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-America® Division III Baseball Team. Jaglowski was one of four infielders named to the first team.
Jaglowski is only the fourth student-athlete from Ferrum to earn Academic All-America honors and just the second to earn first team honors including Wilson Paine (men's tennis first team 2007). Ferrum's other Academic All-Americans are Elizabeth Adams (women's tennis/soccer third team, 2000) and Dustin Hamoy (football second team, 2006).
Jaglowski was the USA South Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Year this season as well as an All-Conference selection. He started every game during his four-year career, making the All-Conference and Academic All-Conference teams each season. He was a second team All-Conference selection in 2009 and 2010, honorable mention in 2011 and first team in 2012.
Jaglowski earned the Ferrum President's Cup in 2012, the College's top graduating student-athlete. The President's Cup is awarded annually to an individual who exhibits excellence in academics, athletics, campus and community leadership, and character. Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 3.2 and be a senior.
Jaglowski earned his degree from Ferrum in May, a bachelor's degree in International Studies with a double-minor in Spanish and Economics. Paul made the Dean's List every semester, and holds membership in the Boone Honors Program, as well as Alpha Chi, Alpha Mu Gamma, and Pi Sigma Alpha honor societies. Paul earned Ferrum's Douglas W. Foard Award, honoring him as the College's top graduating International Studies student.
Release courtesy of the Ferrum sports information department.