Hatton and Smith selected for College Sports Communicators’ Academic All-District Team

Bellarmine’s Billy Smith and Langdon Hatton Named to Prestigious College Sports Communicators’ Academic All-District Team

Billy Smith and Langdon Hatton, two exceptional student-athletes from Bellarmine University, have been named to the 2023-24 College Sports Communicators’ Academic All-District Team. This prestigious team recognizes the top performers in the nation for their outstanding achievements both on and off the court.

Langdon Hatton, a junior data science major, had an outstanding season with averages of 10.5 points and 7.1 rebounds. He demonstrated remarkable consistency throughout the season, earning five double-doubles, including a standout performance where he scored 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds against Kennesaw State. This recognition is not new to Langdon as he was previously named to the 2024 Academic All-ASUN Team.

Billy Smith, a sophomore psychology major, also had a successful season with averages of 5.8 points and a shooting percentage of 34.6 percent from three-point range. In his first season since transferring from Miami (OH), he scored a season-high of 17 points against Berea, showcasing his talent and dedication to success on the court.

To be eligible for the CSC Academic All-District Team, student-athletes must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and either appear in at least 90 percent of the team’s games or start in at least 66 percent of them. The recognition given to Billy and Langdon reflects their unwavering commitment to excellence both academically and athletically.

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