The 38-year-old has had his name added to Florida Tech Hall’s Sports Hall of Fame while he has recently recognised as a finalist for a Florida award called the “Emerging Leaders 4 under 40 initiative” – a scheme when people want to help their community and they are all under the age of 40.
Campanini, who played in three Junior Murattis between 1984 and 1986, sharing the first and winning the other two, is ranked among the top ten all-time players at his former College.
The attacking-midfielder helped lead his team to Sunshine State Championships in 1988 and 1989.
He also took all SSC honours in three seasons.
The Old Victorian is also the only Florida Tech Hall student to win national championships as a player and a coach, the latter in 1991 after staying on for three seasons as assistant coach.
Now a father of three, Campanini is a Florida Tech board trustee and a member of the Florida Tech College of Business Board of Overseers.
Campanini, an environmentalist, is chief executive officer at a firm of architects, engineers and planners.