Navy football in place four on the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland—Four Navy football players, guard Nick Bernacchikicker Ben Feeback Isaac Ruoss and wide receiver Michael Salisbury have qualified for the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society.
The Hampshire Honor Society is made up of college football players who have completed their final year of eligibility to play in the fall of 2021, have a minimum GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale, have met all NCAA-mandated progress toward degree requirements and has been a significant starter or contributor to the team.
Bernacchi, who has a 3.21 GPA while majoring in robotics and control engineering, has played 24 games in his career and started four games in 2021, including the Mids 17-13 victory over Army .
Fee, who has a 3.42 GPA while majoring in quantitative economics, has played 17 career games as a kickoff specialist.
Ruoss, who has a 3.89 grade point average while majoring in quantitative economics, played in 32 games during his career and made three starts at fullback in 2021. He finished with 750 rushing yards in career and six touchdowns. Ruoss was also a 2021 CoSIDA Second-Team Academic All-American.
Salisbury, who has a 3.21 GPA while majoring in quantitative economics, was a key contributor to the Navy Scout Team and was one of the team’s most respected members for his hard work on the court and in the weight room.