Gabi Razma Named to Google Cloud Academic All-District Team

Gabi Razma Named to Google Cloud Academic All-District Team

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior Gabi Razma has been named to the Google Cloud NCAA Division III Academic All-District VII Track/Cross Country Team, in results released today by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Razma will advance to the NCAA Division III Academic All-America ballot, with the national team scheduled for release on Tuesday June 19.  

Razma completed one of the most decorated careers in Rose-Hulman women's sports history this season.  The standout was a two-time Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player in two sports, earning Volleyball Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2014 and 2017, Indoor Field Athlete of the Year accolades in 2018, and Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year honors in 2018.

Her track and field career included 17 HCAC championships, including seven individual titles in the triple jump.  She also claimed four individual championships in the 4-x-400 meter relay, three titles in the 4-x-200 meter relay, two 400-meter individual titles, and the 2018 outdoor javelin championship.  Most importantly, her efforts helped Rose-Hulman sweep the 2018 HCAC Indoor and Outdoor team championships.

Razma's career also includes six school records (javelin, indoor and outdoor triple jump; 4-x-200 indoors; 4-x-400 indoors; 4-x-400 outdoors).  She is a five-time all-region honoree and earned Academic All-District honors for the third consecutive year.

In volleyball, Razma capped her career as a four-time first-team all-HCAC selection and a two-time HCAC Defensive Most Valuable Player.  She holds the Rose-Hulman single-game (46) and career (2,655) school records for digs. 

In the classroom, Razma carries a 3.97 grade point average as a biomedical engineering major.  She was also named Rose-Hulman's top class of 2018 biomedical engineering graduate.

Razma seeks her second career Academic All-American award this spring, after earning first-team honors in volleyball in 2017.  If the recognition occurs, she would become the first female athlete in school history to earn Academic All-American honors in multiple sports.