Philadelphia University’s basketball and academic standout Malcolm Ingram ’10 was named one of two 2009-10 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Scholar-Athletes of the Year. Ingram, who graduated with an international business degree, is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship.
Ingram, from Philadelphia, will study in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from March to December 2011. His research will focus on the current problem of pirated pharmaceuticals in the Argentinean pharmaceutical market.
He was a three-year member of the CACC All-Academic team and a two-time Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Star. Ingram, who was named the CACC Student-Athlete of the Month in March, helped lead the Rams to two CACC Championships in his three years as a starter and was a three-time All-CACC first team selection, including this past season.
Ingram helped Philadelphia University advance to the NCAA Division II East Region Championship game, which was the team’s fourth straight appearance in the tournament. The Rams became the first CACC men’s team to advance to the regional final.
Among his many accomplishments at Philadelphia University, Ingram was named to Daktronics NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball East All-Region Second Teams his senior and junior years, CACC 2009 Winter “All-Academic Team,” DII Bulletin All-American, and the Sporting News “Preseason All-Americans” all prior to the start of the 2009-10 season, to name a few.
Along with Ingram, Caldwell College softball star Kyrie Timbrook was named CACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year.