Marc Larson was named an Academic All-American (second team) today by ESPN the Magazine, who is the current host of the award.
Huge congratulations to Marc. As Falcon fans, we can all be proud of his contribution both on the court and in the classroom. I am sure he will be a huge success and we'll be rooting for him the whole way.
Larson has a 3.97 GPA in Engineering Technology. More from the BGSU release....
Larson joins Nevada’s Luke Babbitt, New Mexico’s Roman Martinez, Purdue’s E’Twaun Moore, and South Carolina Upstate’s Nick Schneiders on the second team. Notre Dame’s Tim Abromaitis, Kansas’ Cole Aldrich, Columbia’s Patrick Foley, Butler’s Matt Howard, and La Salle’s Yves Mekongo were all named to the first team and Aldrich was named Academic All-America of the Year. The third team consisted of Northern Colorado’s Devon Beitzel, Wichita State’s Graham Hatch, Butler’s Gordon Hayward, Brown’s Matthey Mullery, and Western Carolina’s Jake Robinson.
High Five, Marc Larson!