COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Hannah Hood, a freshman outside hitter on the Texas A&M volleyball team, has received the Class of 2015 Class Star Award for Academics, the Texas A&M Class Councils announced.
A 4.0 student from Austin, Texas (Westlake High School), Hood is currently a general studies major with aspirations of enrolling in the business honors program in the near future.
Presented by the Texas A&M Class Councils, Class Stars is a university-wide awards program that annually recognizes outstanding members of each class in five separate categories: academics, athletics, leadership, service and spirit. One student per class was selected in each category for a total of 20 awards across the freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior classes.
Athletically, Hood was the only freshman on A&M's 2011 volleyball squad that finished the year 23-8 after advancing to the NCAA Championship second round.
Hood and the Aggies continue their spring exhibition season as they compete at the F.A.S.T. Tournament at Reliant Center in Houston on Saturday, March 31. They conclude the spring competition schedule at the College Showcase, to be held at the Dallas Convention Center on Saturday, April 21.
The complete list of Class Stars is as follows:
Class of 2012
Academics- Will Barry
Athletics- Thomas Ross Stripling
Leadership- Tyrus Borck
Service- Emily Sterling
Spirit- Matthew Van Dine
Class of 2013
Academics- Ali El-Halwagi
Athletics- Tyler Naquin
Leadership- Cole Burdette
Service- Molly Mertz
Spirit- Drew Nelson\
Class of 2014
Academics- Elena Douglas
Athletics- Breeja Larson
Leadership- Janell Lysack
Service- Allison Garrett
Spirit- Reid Joseph
Class of 2015
Academics- Hannah Hood
Athletics- Kelley Monogue
Leadership- Gustavo Garcia
Service- Jordan Lass
Spirit- Garrett Yount
To learn more about Class Councils, visit classcouncils.tamu.edu.
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