At the end of the fall 2012 semester, numerous students from the Broad College of Business were recognized for their academic achievements by Michigan State University and the Big Ten Conference. These students have worked hard in the classroom and on the field to succeed and are a great representation of the caliber of students at the Broad College.

Just six graduating seniors from MSU earned Board of Trustees awards at the end of the fall semester. Among those, two were from the Broad College: accounting majors Clare Eagle and Benjamin Wilson. These students graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA average and were recognized at the Friday, December 14, board meeting held prior to winter commencement ceremonies.

Spartan athletes also received special recognition for their academic achievements this fall. The Big Ten Conference announced the Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2012 fall sports on Thursday, December 6. To be eligible for consideration, student-athletes must earn a varsity letter, be in at least their second academic year, and carry a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Broad College students honored included:

  • Desiree Aber, women’s soccer (senior, marketing)
  • Jack Allen, football (sophomore, general management)
  • Max Bullough, football (junior, finance)
  • Kevin Cope, men’s soccer (junior, finance)
  • Wesley Curtis, men’s soccer (junior, supply chain management)
  • Jeremy Gainer, football (senior, hospitality business)
  • Michelle Graham, field hockey (sophomore, general management)
  • Nate Klatt, football (senior, accounting)
  • Tim Kreutz, men’s soccer (junior, finance)
  • Paul Lang, football (sophomore, general management)
  • Andrew Maxwell, football (senior, marketing)
  • Brooke McMahan, women’s cross country (sophomore, accounting)
  • Asa Miller, men’s soccer (sophomore, finance)
  • Adam Montague, men’s soccer (sophomore, finance)
  • Kori Reinhart, women’s soccer (senior, accounting)
  • Mike Sadler, football (senior, applied engineering sciences and supply chain management)
  • Sara Stassen, women’s cross country (sophomore, hospitality business)