Brett Voith Earns Two Awards at Harvard University Senior Letterwinners' Dinner
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Brett Voith (Sr., Coral Gables, Fla./Gulliver Preparatory) received the John P. Reardon Men's Award and the Director's Award at the 2011 Harvard University Senior Letters' Dinner on May 25 at the Murr Center.
One of two multi-award winners on the night, Voith's selection as the Director's Award recipient is especially noteworthy as the laurel is not awarded on an annual basis and goes to a senior who made a unique impact on Harvard athletics.
A two-time captain of the Crimson who will graduate with a 3.76 GPA and a degree in Economics, he is a four-time Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Scholar-Athlete selection. The 2007 CWPA Northern Division Rookie of the Year, he earned All-North Division honors three times during his collegiate career, including first team honors in 2009, while garnering team Most Valuable Player accolades as a senior after leading the Crimson in goals, assists, and steals.