Thaddeus Stevens College Students Named to All-Academic Team

    01.21.19 | TSCT News

    The Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (EPAC) announced its All-Academic Team for the Fall of 2018. Five student athletes from Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology were named to the EPAC Fall 2018 All-Academic Team. 

    Students who made the team earned at least a 3.25/4.00 GPA in the Fall as a full-time student. 

    The EPAC is part of Region XIX of the NJCAA. The organization was established in 2012 to help promote athletics at two year colleges in the region. 



    High School/Hometown

    Joseph Battle

    Men’s Cross Country

    J.P. McCaskey High School/Lancaster, PA

    David Thompson

    Men’s Cross Country

    Warwick High School/Lititz, PA

    Tim Gallagher

    Men’s Basketball

    West Chester East High School/Exton, PA

    Bailey Shutt


    Lower Dauphin High School/Palmyra, PA

    Noah Tarr


    Blairsville Senior High School/Indiana, PA

     About Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is a nationally-recognized, fully accredited two-year residential technical college offering 23 high-wage majors focused on technology, advanced manufacturing and construction trades, and several short-term certificate programs. Founded in 1905 by bequest from the will of Thaddeus Stevens, a US Congressman, PA attorney, and abolitionist, the College continues to provide no-cost education to eligible students, and is traditionally one of the lowest priced institutions in Pennsylvania for those who pay tuition.  The College has one of the highest job placement rates in the state with more than 96 percent of all graduating students being employed in their career field. 

    About Thaddeus Stevens College Athletics. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology maintains an athletic program of five major intercollegiate sports, including football, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, and track and field. The cross-country, wrestling, and track and field programs are affiliated with the National Junior College Athletic Association. The basketball team is member in the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference and the football squad in the Seaboard Conference.

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