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September 25, 2022
Student-Athlete Strong: Jack McLister
Tennis player Jack McLister says the biggest challenge he faces as a student-athlete is balancing classes with the team's travel schedule.
Student-Athlete Strong: Chris Winkel
To baseball player Chris Winkel, being a Husky is 'a mindset to embrace every obstacle ahead ... and overcome it.'
Student-Athlete Strong: Zaina Zaki
This graduating women's tennis player, who tried two different majors before settling on finance, says she would advise freshmen that 'It's okay to be unsure of what you want to do for the rest of your life.'
Student-Athlete Strong: Nabeel Khan
'Being a Husky means being a part of, embracing, and carrying on the traditions of UConn Nation,' says golfer Nabeel Khan '19 (ENG).
Student-Athlete Strong: Kiera Dalmass
Honors student and statistics major Kiera Dalmass '18 (CLAS) is graduating a year early, so she can work on a master's during her final year of eligibility in women's lacrosse.
Student-Athlete Strong: Maxim Letunov
'There is so much more to being an athlete in college than people think,' says the ice hockey player.
Jamaican Student Eager to Explore New Perspectives
Biomedical engineering student Norwyn Campbell believes multiculturalism creates broader thinkers and paves the way for a global outlook.
Student-Athlete Strong: Monica Marcello
This nutritional sciences major and member of the Women's Diving team sees the benefits of good nutrition for academic and athletic performance alike.
Student-Athlete Strong: Julie Hu
Hu, a member of the Women's Swim Team, brings the same drive to succeed to her actuarial studies as she does to her sport.
Student-Athlete Strong: Matthew Dagenais
'Being a Husky ... is developing yourself to succeed in anything you put your mind to,' says Dagenais, a member of the Men's Swim Team and a civil engineering major.