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Greta D. A’19 Named 2019 FHSAA Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Greta Dieck A’19 was named the 2019 FHSAA Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year at the 25th Annual Florida Dairy Farmers Academic All-State Banquet, which honored the 24 members of Florida's 2019 Academic All-State Team! Dieck earned a $6,300 scholarship with the recognition. All-State members were selected based on athletic participation, GPA, extracurriculars, community service and essay. Dieck is the third student from the Academy to be selected to the team, and the second overall winner.

During her time at AHN, Dieck accumulated 15 varsity letters as a six-year member of the cross-country team, a five-year member of the track-and-field team and a four-year member of the varsity basketball team. She also earned the Three Sport Varsity Athlete Award from 9th through 12th grade. A gifted athlete and talented distance runner, she garnered numerous district championships, region appearances and qualified for states in every year of competition in cross country and track. This year, she was also named the Senior Athlete of the Year, Dads Club Achievement Award winner, and was a recipient of the Heart of a Champion Award, an annual award and $1,000 scholarship provided to a senior student-athlete via Bob Griess’ You Can Change the World Corporation.

Not only a leader in athletics, Dieck was also the director of Cross Out Cancer 5K, helping raise more than $160,000 for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She will attend Cal-Berkeley in the fall.

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