Jarrad Aguirre ’09 and Matthew Baum ’09 were among 20 college students nationwide named by USA Today on Wednesday to the All-USA College Academic First Team. The two were chosen from a pool of hundreds of nominees from across the country, based on their grades, leadership, activities and use of their talents outside a classroom setting. Yale and the United States Naval Academy tied for the most winners, with two each, while Harvard University was the only other Ivy League institution with a winner. Aguirre and Baum have already been honored for their accomplishments: Aguirre received a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University this fall, while Baum won a Mitchell Scholarship to study at Trinity College Dublin. Both are majors in mollecular, cellular and developmental biology, and Baum will receive a master’s degree concurrently with his bachelor’s degree.