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69 student-athletes earn degrees after successful Vanderbilt careers
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Former walk-on snapper heads to medical school on Navy scholarship
News, notes on Vanderbilt athletics from April 3-7
Named as Hampshire Honor Society recipients by national body
January 3, 2014
January 1, 2014
December 12, 2013
November 26, 2013
November 23, 2013
Vanderbilt vs. Missouri homecoming game, 10/24/15. Photos by Joe Howell
2015 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
2014 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
Schultz played in 12 of 13 games as a fourth-year contributor on special teams... The walk-on missed Vanderbilt's opener against South Carolina, then served as the primary snapper on conversion units for the rest of the season... Helped kicker Tommy Openshaw set a career high with 15 field goals... Also handled the long snapping role on punting situations for much of the year... Among Vanderbilt Athletics' highest academic achievers, earning team's Scholar Athlete Award at Camping World Independence Bowl.
As a third-year member of the squad, Schultz enjoyed his first year as a key member of Commodore special teams... Handled the squad's conversion snaps through the season, and took on long snapping chores after an early-season injury to Wilson Johnson.
Schultz did not see action in his second year with the Commodores... The walk-on participated during fall camp as a reserve snapper on special teams.
Schultz did not play in first year with team... Worked as a snapper during fall practices.
Three-year letterwinner, two-year starter for Middle Tennessee public school... As senior, started as center and snapper for 13-1 squad that advanced to state semifinals... National Merit Semifinalist and National Honor Society president.
Jacob Daniel Schultz... Majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society and Molecular and Cellular Biology... Born Dec. 30, 1994... Son of Jack and -Kristine Schultz... Has an older brother, Josh... After 2016 season, accepted full U.S. Navy medical scholarship and plans to enter postgraduate classes at Vanderbilt in fall of 2017.