Ten Student-Athletes Recognized As Emory 100 Senior Honorary

Ten Student-Athletes Recognized As Emory 100 Senior Honorary

Ten student-athletes have been chosen as members of the Emory University Class of 2017 100 Senior Honorary.

The 100 Senior Honorary is an award and designation presented by the Emory Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Association.  The honor is given to the most 100 outstanding seniors in the undergraduate schools.  Graduates of Oxford College, Emory College, Goizueta Business School, and the School of Nursing are represented in the 100 Senior Honorary.  The students selected have made a significant impact on the Emory Community through academics, athletics, leadership, volunteerism, or even through personal relationships such as mentoring or helping other students.

Representatives from Emory Athletics who were selected as 100 Senior Honorary include:

Kelsey Abbott – Cross Country/Track and Field
Sophie Cemaj – Cross Country/Track and Field
Brittany File – Softball
Taylor Forte – Softball
Jessica Holler – Volleyball
Sarah Maher – Volleyball
Aman Manji – Men’s Tennis
Hannah Meyer – Women’s Soccer
Marcela Sanchez-Aizcorbe – Women’s Swimming and Diving
Andrew Wilson – Men’s Swimming and Diving

The 100 Senior Honorary recipients are chosen by a selection committee comprised of at least 8-12 administrators and staff from the academic and campus life areas. This committee also receives input from former inductees, alumni board members and trustees.

To learn more about the Emory 100 Senior Honorary, please click here