PHILADELPHIA — Former Bozeman High School sprinter Wyatt David has been named the recipient of the University of Pennsylvania George H. Frazier Award. The honor is given annually to a graduating senior, male or female, student-athlete who competes in basketball, crew, track and field, soccer, baseball or football.
David garnered the honor by way of his 3.96 grade point average and will graduate from Penn with a bachelor’s degree in physics, bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and a master’s degree in chemistry.
Congratulations to senior Sprinter, Wyatt David, winner of the George H. Frazier Award in recognition of his GPA-3.96!
Wyatt will graduate from Penn with:
Bachelors Degree in Physics
Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry
Masters Degree in Chemistry.
All accomplished in four years! pic.twitter.com/QljroqjoMd
— Penn Track&Field/XC (@PennTrack) April 24, 2018
The senior sprinter owns collegiate career-bests of 7.01 in the 60-meter dash, 11.01 in the 100 and 22.08 in the 200. David earned 10 combined top-10 finishes during the indoor and outdoor season in 2017. His most recent competition came April 21 at Princeton’s Larry Ellis Invitational, with an 11.44 in the 100-meter dash.
David sprinted to a third-place finish in the 100 his senior year at Bozeman, running a 10.97 in 2014. He also placed fourth in the 200 with a time of 22.28, while helping the Hawks’ 4×100 relay team to a first-place effort.