2023 First Look | Nova Southeastern University

29 NSUSharks.com NSU ATHLETICS Strong. Fast. Adaptable. NSU Sharks not only dominate in academics, but athletics as well. NSU’s highly competitive and nationally recognized intercollegiate athletics program provides students with the opportunity to harness their leadership, sportsmanship, and teamwork skills. Since joining the NCAA Division II ranks, NSU teams have consistently been ranked among the top 25 in the nation. Our teams have won 8 national titles, 37 Sunshine State Conference titles, and 27 individual national champion titles. NSU student-athletes have also thrived in the professional ranks. Members of the 2018 and 2017 World Series Champions, respectively, J.D. Martinez (Boston Red Sox) and Mike Fiers (Houston Astros), as well as St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas, were all Sharks before moving to the big leagues. Former NSU golfer Sandra Changkija now tees up on the LPGA tour. Gerard Tarin graduated from the court at NSU to the NBA G-League. Not to mention approximately 30 players selected in professional drafts and numerous players competing professionally overseas in several sports. NSU strives to help athletes strike a balance between academic and athletic pursuits, so they can excel in both arenas. As a result, NSU student-athletes maintain a gold standard academically, producing another dominating year in 2021–2022 with a 3.41 department grade point average. In fact, student-athletes have recorded an overall GPA of 3.15 or better for the past 10 years. Our athletic Sharks have proven they have Baseball Men’s and Women’s Basketball Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Men’s and Women’s Golf Men’s and Women’s Soccer Softball Men’s and Women’s Swimming Women’s Tennis Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Women’s Volleyball INTERCOLLEGIATE (NCAA) ATHLETICS PROGRAMS OFFERED Men’s Soccer South Region Championship the edge—more than 350 student-athletes have earned Scholar All-American honors before moving on to successful careers in the business, legal, and medical fields. Women’s Swimming: Third Place at the 2021–2022 NCAA Championships