Student-Athletes Honored at Annual Banquet
ESF Athletics celebrates another year of success on the field and in the classroom
ESF Athletics honored its student-athletes at the annual Athletics banquet.
Several Mighty Oaks were honored for their performance on and off the field.
During the 2017-18 season, 28 student-athletes were named Academic All-Americans and 12 student-athletes were named Athletic All-Americans.
In addition to recognizing All-Americans and seniors, each athletic team named its Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player for the season (see list below).
ESF Athletics also took a moment to recognize the contributions of the program's "official" photographer, Bob Beary. Beary has been a mainstay at all the ESF cross country and track meet the past four years. Recently, he started shooting photos of the soccer, woodsmen and basketball teams.
"The athletic department, all its student-athletes and their parents are incredibly grateful for Bob's dedication and the wonderful photography he provides the athletic program", said athletic director Dan Ramin.
Ramin also thanked the ESF Alumni Assocation for sponsoring the awards banquet.
2017-18 Team Awards
Women's Cross Country
Most Valuable Player (MVP): Marissa Lathrop
Most Improved Player (MIP): Laura Wengert
Men's Cross Country
MVP: Mark McClenahan
MIP: Nate Tyler
MVP: Anna Bishop
MIP: Mckenna Pason
MVP: Goeff Golick
MIP: Matthew Murray , Chris Lawrence
MVP: Tyler Kuhn
MIP: Zach Dormer
MVP: Shannon Gordinier
MIP: Emily Verbeck
MVP: Howard "Buck" Haines
MIP: Sam Schneider
Women's Timber Sports
MVP: Michelle Vasiloff
MIP: Hanna Quigley
Men's Timber Sports
MVP: Zach Davis
MIP: Ben Karlson
MVP: Sean Barron
MIP: Colin Sabitus
MVP: Caleb Konrad
MIP: Tyler Hodges
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