>Great Hockey Minds
>I will literally do anything to avoid doing more homework. Except, evidently, dismantling the Christmas tree. Sigh.
Thanks to a heads-up from Donald at the UAA Fan Blog, I learned the WCHA announced the 2009-2010 Scholar-Athletes. There are two separate kinds of academic recognition in the WCHA and I can’t remember the name of the other kind, so someone help me out.
A Scholar-Athlete must first of all had at least one year at their current institution (meaning no transfers or freshmen) and must have maintained a 3.5 GPA either overall or for the previous 2 semesters or 3 quarters (there are still schools on quarters? DA is always asking me what I am taking “this quarter” and I’m always like “Dad, you were in college 30 years ago, no one has quarters anymore.” Of course, the school I attend has trimesters, which are the wave of the future.)
tUMD’s Scholar-Athletes are:
Rob Bordson (Accounting)
Brady Hjelle (Accounting)
Kenny Reiter (Finance)
Kyle Schmidt (Statistics and Actuarial Science)
Bordo, Kenny, and Kyle are all “repeat offenders.” A standing ovation to these 4 guys, as those aren’t blow-off majors either. I know this because the homework I am avoiding involves BOTH accounting AND finance. It does not, however, involve statistics, praise Parise.
Also, as a teaching point, an actuary uses math and statistics to assess financial and insurance risk. Hello to my auntie and my cousin, who are both actuaries.