San Antonio - Trinity graduates Lindsay Hagmann and Britney Sullivan have been selected as finalists for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) 2018 Woman of the Year award.
The Woman of the Year award recognizes the conference’s senior female student-athlete who has best distinguished herself in the areas of academic achievement, athletic excellence, and service and leadership. The nominees must have completed intercollegiate eligibility and maintained a minimum 2.500 grade point average.
Hagmann was a six-time All-America swimmer, while Sullivan was an All-American in track & field. Each student-athlete earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Trinity last May.
Hagmann was elected recently to the Google Cloud NCAA Division III Academic All-District 8 Women’s At-Large Team for the second consecutive year. She is a member of Trinity’s Dean’s List, the SCAC Academic Honor Roll, and has been a College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-American. The Trinity faculty nominated Hagmann to serve on the School of Business Student Panel. She was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, and served as the organization’s president. Hagmann also was presented Trinity’s Accounting Promise Award. Exhibiting a strong sense of community service, Hagmann volunteered at The Passage, a homeless shelter in London, England.
Hagmann garnered All-America accolades this year in the 50-yard freestyle at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships. She was an Honorable Mention All-American in the 100-yard freestyle, and was part of the 200-yard freestyle relay team which picked up Honorable Mention All-America kudos. Hagmann was a two-time All-American in the 50-yard freestyle, and received the distinction three times in the 100-yard freestyle during her collegiate career. The talented Hagmann was elected the 2018 SCAC Female Swimmer of the Year, marking the second straight time she received the honor. Hagmann won the SCAC 100-yard freestyle and the 50-yard freestyle events and contributed to victories in the 200, 400, and 800-yard freestyle relays, along with the 400-yard medley relay. All told, Hagmann has 16 SCAC Championships in her column.
Sullivan earned a slot in the SCAC Academic Honor Roll and was a three-time member of the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Team. She was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the Sigma Delta Pi National Honors Society, and earned distinction on the Trinity Dean’s List. Sullivan was the recipient of this year’s Trinity Senior Accounting Scholars Award.
On campus, Sullivan served on Trinity’s Academic Honor Council and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Working with her Gamma Chi Delta Sorority, Sullivan was the coordinator of the annual Philanthropy Concert.
Sullivan qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships for the fourth straight year and achieved All-America distinction in the triple jump, while also competing in the long jump. She was an NCAA triple jump competitor at the 2016 and 2017 Indoor Championships. The SCAC tabbed Sullivan as the 2018 Women’s Field Athlete of the Year, an honor she previously achieved in 2016. At this season’s SCAC Track & Field Championships, Sullivan won the triple jump for the third time in four years. Sullivan was also part of the champion 4x100-meter relay team and was runner-up in the long jump, an event she won in 2015 and 2016. She attained All-SCAC honors eight times in her career.
Sullivan was named the 2018 USTFCCCA South/Southeast Region Women’s Field Athlete of the Year. This year, she earned All-South/Southeast Region accolades in the triple jump, long jump, and 4x100-meter relay, and all told, Sullivan earn distinction eight times in her career.
The SCAC will announce their Woman of the Year honor later this summer.