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ESF Athletics Celebrates Successful First Varsity Season

Players honored for individual accomplishments

The Mighty Oaks varsity athletics teams gathered Dec. 2 for the second annual ESF Athletics Banquet, celebrating their fall seasons and the College's debut as a participant in officially sanctioned intercollegiate athletic competition.

Several players were recognized for outstanding accomplishments.

Women's soccer

Most Improved - Drew Gamils of Mount Vernon, N.Y., a sophomore environmental studies major

Most Valuable - Meaghan Dalton of Bangor, Pa., a junior landscape architecture major

Men's Soccer

Most Improved - Wyatt Jacobi of Amherst, N.Y., a senior natural resources management major

Most Valuable - Steven Tyrrell of Baldwinsville, a junior paper science engineering major

Women's Cross Country

Most Improved - Bridget Bromm of New Windsor, N.Y., a sophomore landscape architecture major

Most Valuable- Danielle Zgardzinski of Tully, a freshman conservation biology major

Men's Cross Country

Most Improved- Owen Hunter of Austin, Texas, a junior environmental resources engineering major

Most Valuable- Colin Bartholomew of Corfu, N.Y., a sophomore, forest and natural resources management major


Most Improved - Bob Moesch of Lake View, N.Y., a junior, chemistry major

Most Valuable- Matt Dennis of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a junior landscape architecture major

The ESF Mighty Oaks would like to thank Allan and O'Hara, Inc., for its generous support in funding the second annual ESF athletics banquet. Allen and O'Hara are the developers of the College's first residence hall, Centennial Hall, which is under construction along Oakland Street.