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Congratulations to USSA’s Latest Delta Mu Delta Honor Society Inductees


By Dr. Brandon Spradley |

We would like to congratulate seven students who were recently inducted into the Pi Lambda chapter of Delta Mu Delta honor society at the United States Sports Academy.

Delta Mu Delta is an international society dedicated to the recognition of students who have distinguished themselves academically. The purpose of Delta Mu Delta is to promote higher scholarship in education and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in the area of business and related areas such as sports management.  

In 2022, the United States Sports Academy established the Pi Lambda chapter and was officially installed as a chapter of the Delta Mu Delta honor society.

Seven students were recently inducted into the honor society:

  • Charles Freeman, doctoral student in sports management
  • Jared Bonvillain, doctoral student in sports management
  • James Hammond, doctoral in sports management
  • Portia Daniels-Murphy, master’s student in sports studies
  • Dominic McCoy, master’s student in sports management
  • Taylor Rogers, master’s student in sports management
  • Sook Pink Lim, master’s student with a dual major in sports management/exercise science

Each of these students demonstrated a high level of academic success in their respective programs and went above and beyond to achieving and maintaining the academic standards of the university.

Delta Mu Delta is one of three honor societies affiliated with the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The United States Sports Academy is the first and currently only institution to have each of its sports management programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree levels accredited by ACBSP.

Again, we congratulate these students on their academic achievements and wish them continued success in their program of study.

Below is a video of the induction ceremony:

Dr. Brandon Spradley is the Dean of the School of Sport Business at the United States Sports Academy.

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