Carabins from HEC Montréal on the all-star list
Tributes for 22 students who combine elite sports with excellent grades
January 29, 2018
Twenty-two HEC Montréal students were among the 152 members of Carabins competitive teams honoured at the breakfast for “academic stars” held by the Université de Montréal sports excellence program, on January 23.
Students on this list of “academic stars” played elite sports in the 2016–2017 season, while maintaining an average of at least 80% in their studies.
|Charles Bonnoyer||Swimming||Certificat en commerce de détail et expérience client|
|Virginie Bourque||Rugby||MSc – technologies de l’information|
|Mathieu Brosseau||Downhill skiing||BBA|
|Tanguy Dargent||Rugby||MSc – technologies de l’information|
|Claudianne Delorme||Hockey||MSc – finance|
|Aurélie Desjardins-Michaud||Downhill skiing||BBA|
|Charles-Étienne Harvey-Rivard||Track and field/cross-country||D.E.S.S. en gestion – professions financières|
|Claudie Noël||Rugby||Certificat en gestion de projets|
|Sarah Poissant||Cheerleading||MSc – marketing|
|Paul Ramsay-Vejlens||Track and field/cross-country||BBA|
|David Sanchez-Fernandez||Soccer||MSc – Global Supply Chain Management|
Louis-Mathieu Normandin, BBA student, was named student athlete of the year at the 32nd Quebec University Sports Awards Gala.
An HEC Montréal student among these stars was also honoured at the 32nd Quebec University Sports Awards Gala, in November. Receiver Louis-Mathieu Normandin, in the Bachelor’s of Business Administration (BBA) program, was named student athlete of the year for his excellent grades. He tied with swimmer Katerine Savard, a student in the preschool and elementary education program at the Université de Montréal.
Louis-Mathieu was also elected to represent Quebec in the U SPORTS “Top 8 Academic All-Canadians” as one of the country’s student athletes who best combines academics and sports.
In December, he and the other members of the Top 8 were congratulated in person by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada.