Class of 2020 Inductees to ESF Athletic Hall of Fame Announced
The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) announced the 2020 inductees to the ESF Athletic Hall of Fame.
The class of 2020 includes
Brendan Beeke '13, golf, landscape architecture
Michael Borghard '77, cross country, and track and field; wood products engineering -materials marketing
Ryan Caldwell '17, basketball, sustainable energy management
Heather Carl '17, soccer, natural resources management
Luke Grasmeyer '11, cross country, landscape architecture
Joseph Kearney '78, track and field, wood products engineering - materials marketing
Leslie Monostory '65, fencing, general forestry
Cambria (Ziemer) Ung '15, cross country, environmental resources engineering
The ESF Athletic Hall of Fame was developed to honor former students, coaches, administrators, faculty, staff and members of the ESF community whose contributions have brought distinction, honor and excellence to ESF athletics and familiarize the entire campus community and alumni with ESF's rich athletic history.
The inductees' contributions to the ESF athletic program will be recognized during an online ceremony in October as part of the 2020 Virtual Alumni Weekend.
The ESF Athletic Hall of Fame is supported through donations to the Robert C. French Endowed Fund and overseen by our ESF College Foundation.
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