Manchester University Viewbook 2018 - Page 12

Eric Beard

Chemistry // Findlay , Ohio

I think he might have said six words his freshman year ,”

… football assistant coach Vince Cashdollar says of Eric Beard , an offensi�e lineman who �did the right things , but was �ery quiet .” It wasn ’ t long , however , before Eric found his voice at Manchester , both on and off the field .
On the field , he built his strength and his confidence , earning captain ’ s honors this past year and , as a team leader , helping younger players learn the system . Three times he ’ s been named all�conference� he was a semifinalist for the co�eted National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete award and received an invitation to the Campbell Trophy Summit .
Off the field , he ’ s also doing the right things . A three�time Dean ’ s List honoree , he ’ ll begin his doctoral studies in Manchester ’ s Pharmacy Program this fall after completing summer research on how anti�in�ammatory treatments work to fight against multiple sclerosis and �arkinson ’ s disease .
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“ What I ’ ve learned from participating in football is how to work with other people , how to have a strong work ethic and time management . That ’ s helped me be successful in school , be well-prepared for pharmacy school , and accomplish what I want on and off the field . �
Eric Beard Chemistry // Findlay, Ohio “I think he might have said six words his freshman year,” … football assistant coach Vince Cashdollar says of Eric Beard, an offensi e lineman who did the right things, but was ery quiet.” It wasn’t long, however, before Eric found his voice at Manchester, both on and off the field. On the field, he built his strength and his confidence, earning captain’s honors this past year and, as a team leader, helping younger players learn the system. Three times he’s been named all conference he was a semifinalist for the co eted National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete award and received an invitation to the Campbell Trophy Summit. Off the field, he’s also doing the right things. A three time Dean’s List honoree, he’ll begin his doctoral studies in Manchester’s Pharmacy Program this fall after completing summer research on how anti in ammatory treatments work to fight against multiple sclerosis and arkinson’s disease. 12 “What I’ve learned from participating in football is how to work with other people, how to have a strong work ethic and time management. That’s helped me be successful in school, be well ɕɕȁɵ͍͠ݡЁ$)݅Ёѡ