Greta Trotman Inducted into Barry University’s 2016 Class of The Wall of Honor


2016 BU Wall of Fame
Photo Credit: Barry University Athletics

On April 25, Shutts financial services attorney Greta Trotman and three other former student-athletes from Barry University were inducted into the seventh class of the Barry University Athletics Wall of Honor. The four inductees earned a total of 10 All-America commendations and 15 Scholar-America honors.

Greta (Women’s Tennis) is one of the most decorated student athletes in Barry athletics history. She was named SSC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year in 2005, and earned All-SSC doubles recognition twice. Greta led the Buccaneers to four NCAA tournament appearances and to the national title match in 2003. She still holds the Barry career record for single wins (73) and ties for career doubles victories (76).

She also excelled as a student. Greta is one of only two female student-athletes to win back-to-back Scholar Athlete of the Year honors, claiming the award in 2004-05 and 2005-06. In 2006, she was a top-nine finalist for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award.

To learn more about Greta and the rest of the inductees, please visit the Barry University Athletics website.

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