It was another terrific showing for Radford Athletics student-athletes during the Fall 2022 semester as 78% earned a 3.0 grade point average or better.
An impressive 252 out of 325 student-athletes reached the 3.0 mark, helping 15 out of the 16 Highlanders’ varsity athletics programs report a team GPA of 3.0 or better as well.
“I am so proud of our student-athletes’ performance in the classroom this fall!” said Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Support Services Allison McCoy. “It’s wonderful to see their hard work come to fruition and all of us at Radford are thrilled to see so much success in the classroom once again.”
Beyond that, 194 Highlanders earned a 3.40 GPA or higher, placing them on the Radford University Dean’s List, and 66 of those student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0.
The women’s tennis team, led by first-year head coach Grace Reed, topped all squads with a 3.84 GPA. The softball program was close behind with a 3.65 GPA and the men’s cross-country team led all men’s programs with a 3.61 GPA.
With that being said, GPA is only one measurement of success away from athletic competition. Radford’s student-athletes also represented the department extraordinarily well in faculty-led research opportunities, internships, community service/volunteer outreach, and more.
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