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Town of Davie

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Five-Year Consolidated Plan for 2020-2024,

 FY 2020/21 Action Plan & HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME)

7 Day Public Comment Period

The Town of Davie is an “entitlement recipient” of Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from U.S. HUD, and is preparing to submit its Action Plan for Federal CDBG Funds for FY 2020/21 and its Consolidated Plan for FY 2020 – 2024, which identifies the Town’s housing and community development needs and outlines funding strategies to address such. The CDBG Program is designed to:

• develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment; and

• expand economic opportunities for low and moderate income individuals and families; and

• strengthen the partnerships between all levels of government and the private sector, in the production of affordable housing sufficient to meet the needs of the community.

The Town anticipates receiving an estimated $687,224 in FY 2020/21 CDBG funds to address community development and housing needs in Davie. In order to receive these funds the Town of Davie must have a HUD-approved Action Plan, as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Town anticipates receiving an estimated $183,724 in FY 2020/21 HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) funds from Broward County Environmental Protection & Growth Management Department (Broward County HOME Consortium). HOME funds will be used to address housing needs in Davie. Funding is subject to change. The below listed projects are included in the draft Annual Action Plan:

FY 2020/21 – $687,247

CDBG

#2020-1 Residential Rehabilitation Program – $299,798 This activity will provide minor home repairs to income eligible single-family Davie households who are experiencing conditions in and around the home that pose a threat to health, safety, and welfare of the household occupants. This project will be carried out on a town-wide basis.

#2019-2 Fair Housing, Citizen Participation & Support Services $137,449 – To plan, administer, and monitor the CDBG funds and activities; undertake comprehensive planning activities; apply for other related grants; expand Fair Housing Education and Outreach Program designed to remove impediments to fair housing choices and provide a wide range of housing opportunities for Davie residents; participate in homeless assistance initiatives; prepare Environmental Review Records/Assessments, etc. (Planning, Administration, Fair Housing, Citizen Participation & Support Services).

#2020-3 Purchase Assistance Program $250,000 – To provide for closing costs and down payment assistance for “First-Time Homebuyers” whose incomes are at or below 80% of Area Median Income.

HOME

HOME – FY 2020/21 $183,724 – HOME funds allocation to provide for closing costs and down payment assistance for “First-Time Homebuyers” whose incomes are at or below 80% of Area Median Income.

The activities identified above will principally benefit low/moderate income residents of the Town; and, no displacement or relocation of Davie residents or businesses is anticipated. A draft of the Consolidated and Action Plans will be available for a 7-day public comment period commencing July 9, 2020 and will end on July 16, 2020. A copy of the Plans may be viewed on the Town of Davie’s website: www.davie-fl.gov. A Public Hearing will be held by the Town Council on July 29, 2020 prior to adopting the Plan. Public comments may be sent in writing to the Community Services Division during the public comment period commencing July 9, 2020 and ending on July 16, 2020 by 5:00 PM. For additional information on the CDBG Action Plan, contact Glenda E. Martinez, Community Services Manager at (954) 797-1196.

NOTICE:

One or more members of the Town of Davie’s Advisory Boards/Committees may be in attendance and may participate at the meeting. Pursuant to Florida Statute §286.0105, anyone wishing to appeal any decision made by the Town of Davie’s Town Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Agenda items may be viewed online at www.davie-fl.gov or at the Town Clerk’s Office, Town of Davie, 6591 Orange Drive, Davie, Florida, 33314, 954-797-1023.

This meeting is open to the public. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all persons who are disabled and who need special accommodations to participate in this meeting because of that disability should contact the Town Clerk’s Office, 954-797-1023, not later than two days prior to such proceeding. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service by using the following numbers: 1-800-955-8770 (voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).

Translation services available upon request. Servicios de traducción pueden ser disponibles bajo petición. Para solicitar esta información, por favor contactar Glenda E. Martinez.

COVID-19 Testing Locations

PLEASE NOTE: Broward County COVID-19 Hotline does not have access to individual test results. For test results, you must call the Florida Department of Health in Broward County at 954-412-7300, option 1.

Broward County, the Florida Department of Health in Broward, American Medical Response and Century Ambulance Services offer a mobile/in-home testing program. This service is for homebound elderly or disabled individuals who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and cannot leave their homes to access a drive-up or walk-up test location. Call 954-357-9500 for a pre-qualifying assessment. More…
For a full list of State-Supported Testing Sites in Florida, by County, click here.


Updated 7/7/2020

Sharks Recognized by CSCAA For Academic Achievements

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has selected the Nova Southeastern University men’s and women’s swimming teams for Scholar All-American honors. Nova Southeastern was one of 461 schools to receive the award for the Spring semester. Teams were selected on the basis of their Spring grade point averages and represent 17,982 student-athletes. 
 
In addition, the CSCAA named 1,479 individual swimmers and divers to Scholar All-American Team for the 2019-20 season. The award recognizes students who achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and were invited to compete at their respective national championship. Selections were drawn from 209 colleges and universities.
 
As a whole, the women’s team recorded their program’s highest ever winter semester GPA, 3.68, while also finishing the year with a program-high annual GPA of 3.61. The men’s team finished with a 3.26, which marks the sixth-consecutive semester above a 3.0 GPA for both teams under head coach Ben Hewitt‘s guidance.
 
CSCAA Executive Director Greg Earhart mentioned the efforts of Hewitt noting that “No team was unaffected by this spring’s pandemic but Athletic Director Mike Mominey and President George Hanbury can and should be proud of their teams and the work of Ben.”
 
A total of 20 NSU swimmers earned the CSCAA Scholar All-America distinction, a new program-high as they edged out the 2011-12 squad by one honoree. From the women’s team, nine swimmers earned First Team honors, while four earned Honorable Mention laurels, making 13 Scholar All-Americans the new program-high. On the men’s side, six members were named to the First Team and one earned Honorable Mention honors.
 
Women’s Team
Solana Capalbo                      Biomedical Engineering
Caily Friel                                Recreational Therapy
Jenna Johns                           Exercise Science
Sasha Maslova                       Marketing
Amilia Nusbaum                     Behavioral Neuroscience
Emma Sundstedt                    Exercise Science
Hannah Trieschmann             Political Science
Cassandra Wright                   Business Management
Elizabeth Zubero                    Recreational Therapy
Kaylee Gassen (HM)              Recreational Therapy
Molly Griswold (HM)               Marketing
Hannah Pariseault (HM)         Elementary Education
Abigail Schwartz (HM)            Public Health
 
Men’s Team
Spencer Hohm                        Behavioral Neuroscience
Vincent Lijoi                             Business Management
Matteo Masiero                       Marketing & Entrepreneurship
Magnus Poulsen                     Psychology
Robert Spekis                         Marine Biology
Alessandro Xella                     Mathematics & Computer Science
Jonathan Yanello (HM)          Biomedical Engineering
 
About the CSCAA
Founded in 1922, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) – the first organization of college coaches in America – is a professional organization of college swimming and diving coaches dedicated to serving and providing leadership for the advancement of the sport of swimming & diving at the collegiate level.
 
 

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Crutchfield, Fee Featured Among Nation’s Top 50 at Respective Coaching Positions

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Validated by the on-court success, and now by the backing of Silver Waves Media, the Nova Southeastern men’s basketball coaching staff has proven itself to be among the nation’s very best, as the basketball-focused organization selected Jim Crutchfield as one of 50 Impactful Division II/NAIA Head Coaches and Jordan Fee as one of 50 Impactful Division II Assistant Coaches in its recently announced lists.     

Despite an abbreviated season, Crutchfield worked his magic once again in 2019-20, directing the program to its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance – and second all-time for that matter – following an impressive 23-6 campaign in which the Sharks climbed as high as No. 1 in the national poll. Per usual, his club had little trouble on the offensive end of the floor, finishing second in the country in scoring (101.8 ppg) with a high-powered lineup that boasted seven players averaging at least 8.8 points-per-game.

Upon his arrival, Crutchfield inherited a program fresh off a 6-20 season, and in three short years has transformed the Sharks into one of Division II’s best by compiling a combined record of 69-20 (.775) that includes a trip to the Elite Eight in 2018-19. Throughout his entire 16-year coaching career, he has posted an overall mark of 428-81 (.841), which ranks as the highest career winning percentage in college basketball history among all NCAA coaches at any level who had spent at least 10 seasons as an NCAA head coach.

Fee, meanwhile, has shown an innate ability to recruit both locally and throughout the northeast, and deserves much of the credit for NSU’s recruiting efforts prior to Crutchfield’s hire, keeping intact a group that eventually helped propel the program to its 17-10 turnaround-season back in 2017-18. Since then, the former West Liberty guard under Crutchfield, has only seen his resume explode. In the past two seasons alone, Fee has coached the Sharks to a pair of NCAA Tournaments, an NCAA South Region Championship and a Sunshine State Conference Regular Season Championship. Under his direction, NSU has also earned five All-America honors and has seen five players go on to sign professional contracts.

To stay up-to-date with the Sharks throughout the offseason, follow them on Instagram and Twitter @NSU_MBasketball.  

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TOWN OF DAVIE ANNOUNCES THE PASSING OF FORMER MAYOR HARRY VENIS

DAVIE, Fla., – The Town of Davie regretfully announces that former Town of Davie Mayor Harry Venis passed away suddenly this morning.

Mr. Venis was the Town’s first elected mayor under the Town Council/Administrator form of government and served in this capacity from 1997 through 2003, while working as a Certified Public Accountant. Before serving as Mayor, he served on two advisory boards and was a Town Councilmember from 1994 through 1997.

He was a dedicated and beloved community leader who had a vision for Davie’s future and worked tirelessly to bring that to fruition. He was one of the driving forces behind the construction of the Town’s public safety complex on Nob Hill Road and expanding the parks and open spaces amenities in the Town.

Throughout his tenure, Mr. Venis was known for his prompt responsiveness to residents and believed everyone had something valuable to contribute to the betterment of this community. His dedication and commitment to this Town were not only demonstrated while in office, but he was also an avid wrestler who utilized his talent and skills in the wrestling ring to raise money for the Davie Police Athletic League (PAL) and other charities. PAL later erected a dedication plaque outside the boxing room recognizing Mr. Venis’ philanthropic work.

“I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of my friend and mentor Harry,” said Mayor Judy Paul. “Harry was an extraordinary man whose humble and fierce commitment to standing up for what’s right had a profound and long-lasting impact in our Town. To know him was to love him and understand the true power of commitment to improving our Town which he loved so dearly. He was a true public servant. I am heartbroken and send, on behalf of all the people of Davie, our heartfelt condolences to his family.”

In his honor, the Town will be flying its flags at half-mast from Monday, July 6, 2020 through Wednesday, July 8, 2020. At the July 29, 2020, Town Council Meeting, the Town of Davie will honor the life and memories of Harry Venis.

Details on the funeral service are currently unavailable. Mr. Venis leaves behind his wife Audrey, Harry Jr. and Kathleen Dale Schley and his entire loving family.

Article was updated on July 3, 2020

Fall, Garcia Austt Among Prestigious List of WGCA All-American Scholars

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Running its streak to eight years in a row, the Nova Southeastern women’s golf team landed multiple Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars once again in 2019-20, as both Nicola Fall and Sofia Garcia Austt were recognized among the prestigious group this week.

Fall and Garcia Austt were also each honored in 2018-19.

The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics, with the minimum cumulative GPA being 3.50 and above.  

Just a sophomore, Fall lands on the list for the second time in as many seasons thanks to her impressive cumulative GPA of 3.68 in Communications. In 20 combined rounds over the course of seven tournaments, the native of Vantaa, Finland registered an adjusted scoring average of 75.21. She notched five Top-25 finishes and a pair of Top-10’s during that span, including a season-best tie for fourth at the NSU Shark Invitational. Fall wrapped up the abbreviated season ranked as the No. 42 player in NCAA Division II.

Less than two weeks removed from her CoSIDA Academic All-America nod, Garcia Austt returns to the WGCA All-American Scholar Team for a remarkable third consecutive season following a junior campaign in which she’s continued to boast a 3.83 cumulative GPA in Business Management while also working towards minors in Entrepreneurship, International Business and Marketing. Also a two-time All-American on the course, Garcia Austt proved to be an integral part of the No. 1-ranked NSU women’s golf team, rattling off five Top-10 finishes in seven tournaments before concluding the spring ranked as Division II’s No. 11 player. During her 20 rounds of play, she recorded a scoring average of 73.80, including four rounds of par or better. Garcia Austt opened the year by tying for fourth at the Division I-heavy BUBBA Burger Jacksonville Classic, and later tied for second at the NSU Shark Invitational following an opening round of (-4) 68.

About the Women’s Golf Coaches Association
The Women’s Golf Coaches Association, founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization representing women’s collegiate golf coaches. The WGCA was formed to encourage the playing of college golf for women in correlation with a general objective of education and in accordance with the highest tradition of intercollegiate competition. Today, the WGCA represents over 650 coaches throughout the U.S. and is dedicated to educating, promoting and recognizing both its members and the student-athletes they represent

To view the complete list of WGCA All-American Scholars, click here.

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NSU Women’s Soccer Finalizes Coaching Staff with Hiring of Colin Wylie

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Joining a revamped staff, Colin Wylie has officially been hired as the new assistant coach of the Nova Southeastern women’s soccer program, announced by Director of Athletics Michael Mominey on Tuesday.

Wylie arrives at NSU after spending 2019 at Francis Marion, where he held the same position. During his time, the Patriots compiled an overall record of 8-8-1, the program’s best single-season mark in 11 years.

With NSU, his primary duties will include game day preparation/management, assisting with team practice sessions, recruiting, scouting, team academic support and the hosting of ID camps.

“I am delighted to be joining the NSU athletic department and the women’s soccer coaching staff,” said Wylie. “I am excited to work with the returning group of players this semester, as well as the incoming class of 2020 players, to help elevate the program to the next level.”

A native of Edinburgh, Scotland, Wylie spent two years as a graduate assistant in addition to two more years as a volunteer assistant coach for the men’s soccer program at his alma mater, Ottawa University, before joining Francis Marion. While there, his responsibilities included: organizing practices, recruiting, academic support, team travel, scouting, and serving as the head coach of the junior varsity squad. The Braves improved upon their previous season’s win total in each of his four years with the program.

As a coach, Wylie also worked as an assistant coach for two years with Kaw Valley FC, a Sporting KC developmental partner and USL League Two club based in Kansas City and Lawrence, Kan.

Furthermore, Wylie boasts a wealth of youth coaching experience, having served as a head coach at various levels for Sporting Kaw Valley, a youth program affiliated with Sporting KC.

From 2012-15, he worked as an assistant coach with the Neosho County Community College women’s soccer program in Chanute, Kan.

“I am delighted to have Colin join our program here at NSU,” said James Moore, who was officially named the program’s new head coach on Monday. “I feel by adding him to our staff, we have already become stronger as a program. With Colin’s background in playing and coaching, he brings a lot of experience and knowledge to our coaching staff.”

Dating back to his playing days at Ottawa University, Wylie was a two-year letterman, twice earning All-KCAC honors as a midfielder for the Braves. He was also named to the program’s All-Decade team for the 2000’s.

Wylie earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Ottawa in 2010, and his master’s degree in Education in 2017.

He holds a USSF National C Coaching License, an NSCAA Goalkeeper Level 3 Diploma and an NSCAA National Diploma.

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James Moore Selected as New NSU Women’s Soccer Head Coach

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Following a four-year stint as the lead assistant coach of the Nova Southeastern men’s soccer program, James Moore will now make the transition to the women’s side after officially being named the new Head Coach of the NSU women’s team on Monday.

Moore takes over a program that has collected its fair share of national recognition over the past five years thanks to five consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, including a South Region Championship as recently as 2019.

“After an extensive national search that included very qualified candidates, James Moore has been selected to lead our nationally-renowned women’s soccer program,” said NSU Director of Athletics Michael Mominey. “Coach Moore rose above all other candidates as the process advanced, and will no doubt do great things in his new position. His passion, character and intelligence are clearly evident when you interact with James, and these innate skills will prove to be the keys to his success during his tenure as our head coach.”

Working alongside current NSU men’s soccer head coach Matt Watts, Moore and the Sharks accumulated a combined record of 33-28-4 from 2016-19. Following six straight losing seasons, including a 4-11 mark in year one, Moore helped build the program into one that has since registered three winning seasons in a row and has earned two consecutive trips to the Sunshine State Conference Tournament semifinals for the first time in program history.

During the past two seasons alone, Moore helped Sebastian Loibl become the program’s first All-American since 2004, in addition to watching the program rack up eight All-South Region honors during that same span. Since 2018, the men’s team has had three players go on to sign professional contracts, while off the field in 2019, the Sharks earned an in-season team GPA of 3.39 – the highest among all NSU men’s programs that semester.

“I am delighted to become the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Nova Southeastern University,” said Moore. “I want to thank President George Hanbury, Director of Athletics Michael Mominey, and everyone else involved in the hiring process for putting their trust in me. It is an incredible opportunity to lead such a great program at a university that is so close to my heart. I am genuinely excited and grateful to continue to build upon the tradition established by (former head coach) John (Constable).

“I want to thank Matt Watts for the last four years with the men’s soccer program. I have been fortunate to have been a part of such a pronounced program led by an incredible coach. I am very thankful for the fond memories, and for providing a platform that has allowed me to express myself as a coach.”

Prior to his arrival at NSU, Moore, a former professional player with the United Soccer League’s Charlotte Eagles, also spent time as a graduate assistant at the University of West Florida, where he played from 2011-2013. He served as the goalkeeper coach and was heavily involved in player development and recruiting, both of which have been a big focus for him at NSU.

The English native spent eight years playing for Manchester United’s youth team and then spent a year in the Premier Development League with the Mississippi Brilla. Moore was part of the 2013 USL Charlotte Eagles team that was a national finalist before playing for the Chattanooga FC of the National Premier Soccer League. While with Chattanooga, the team was crowned the United States National Amateur Champions, two-time South Region Champions, two-time Southeast Conference Champions and Hank Steinbrecher Cup Champions.
 
Moore earned his undergraduate degree in Health, Leisure and Exercise Science, and later added a master’s degree in the same field – both while at West Florida.

 

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Facial Coverings

Broward County Facial Covering Requirements

The following facial covering requirements shall apply for all establishments, including all establishments providing essential services, essential businesses, or amenities permitted to operate in Broward County. Social distancing requirements must be maintained whenever possible even when facial coverings are worn; facial coverings are in addition to, and not a substitute for, appropriate soFace Coverings Recommended by CDCcial distancing. The facial covering requirements of Broward County Emergency Order 20-07 are hereby amended and replaced in their entirety with the following.

  • Persons for whom Facial Coverings are Required. Except as stated in Section 3.B immediately below, facial coverings must be worn by the following persons:
  • All persons in an establishment of any type that is permitted to operate under any Executive Order of the Governor or any Broward County Emergency Order, during in-person interactions with the public;
  • Members of the public when obtaining any good or service or otherwise visiting any business or establishment, including entering, exiting, and otherwise moving around within the establishment;
  • Any worker involved in the preparation of food is required to wear a facial covering regardless of whether they are conducting in-person interactions with the public, unless doing so would pose a hazard or health issue;
  • To the extent expressly required by any Executive Order of the Governor or any Broward County Emergency Order, which may include additional facial covering requirements for specific activities.
  • Persons for whom Facial Coverings are Not Required. The following persons are not required to wear facial coverings:
  • Children under the age of two (2) should not wear a facial covering, and any child while under the custody of a licensed childcare facility, including daycare centers, is not required to wear a facial covering;
  • Persons who have difficulty breathing or a medical condition that otherwise makes the wearing of a facial covering unsafe;
  • Persons receiving goods or services from a business or establishment for the shortest practical period of time during which the receipt of such goods or services necessarily precludes the wearing of a facial covering (such as eating or receiving a facial grooming);
  • Public safety, fire, and other life safety personnel, as their personal protective equipment requirements will be governed by their respective agencies;
  • Any worker involved in the preparation of food only if doing so would pose a hazard or health issue;
  • Persons for whom wearing a facial covering is subject to a religious objection; and
  • Persons subject to an express exception in an applicable Executive Order of the Governor or a Broward County Emergency Order, solely while engaging in the expressly excepted activity.
  • Facial Covering Guidelines. Facial coverings should cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC recommendations on selection, use, and sanitation of such coverings, which may be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019- ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html.

Disposing of Facial Coverings and Personal Protective Equipment

Facial coverings and other disposable personal protective equipment such as masks and gloves must be discarded properly; littering of facial coverings or other personal protective equipment is prohibited. As stated above, facial coverings requirements are in addition to, and not in place of, any social distancing requirements imposed by any applicable orders. The provisions of this Emergency Order shall serve as minimum standards, which must be adopted by all establishments as a condition precedent to operating.

NSU Places a Record 128 on 2020 SSC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The Sunshine State Conference office released its 2020 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll presented by Barnes & Noble College on Thursday, and the Nova Southeastern Sharks continued this semester’s trend for academic records, boasting 128 student-athletes on the league Honor Roll, including 20 NSU student-athletes recording a perfect 4.0 GPA in this term.

Overall, a record total of 1,807 Sunshine State Conference student-athletes were named to the 2020 Spring list, while a total of 514 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester across the conference. This spring’s numbers break the previous SSC Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll records of 1,396 student-athletes honored and 259 perfect grade-point averages set in 2019.

This semester’s NSU total also marks a record count for the Sharks in the Spring Honor Roll, surpassing the previous high of 116 in 2019. Across the department, the Sharks had a record-setting semester, turning in a new program-best GPA of 3.40 department-wide for the winter semester.

To be eligible for the Spring SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, a student-athlete must post a minimum grade-point average of 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Participants in the sports of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s
lacrosse, women’s rowing, baseball, and softball are eligible for the spring honor roll.

Having won 111 Division II National Championships since the league was founded in 1975, SSC’s student-athletes have proven successful in competition in addition to the classroom. Recently, the SSC achieved an Academic Success Rate of 86 percent for the ninth consecutive year.

To view the full 2020 SSC Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll, CLICK HERE (PDF).

Below is a list of all the Sharks who received this honor. Those that are bolded and denoted with an asterisk also held a 4.0.
 
Baseball (18)
Brady Acker (General Studies)
Jason Acker (Legal Studies)
Jarrett Bond (Entrepreneurship)
Nathan Campbell (Engineering)
Nathan Chevalier (Management)
Bryan Diaz (Exercise and Sport Science)
Anthony DiFede (Computer Engineering)
Adan Fernandez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Jarrett Hall (Management)
Bryce Hazzard (Management)
Jarret Krzyzanowski (Exercise and Sport Science)
Andrew Labosky (Exercise and Sport Science)
Olivier Mayrand (Finance)
Cooper Omans (Exercise and Sport Science)
Joey Raffaele (Criminal Justice)
Ray Sanchez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Ricky Shimko (Human Services Administration)
Joe Smeton (Environmental Science Studies)

Men’s Basketball (8)
Carl Alenfall (Management)
Jake Maranville (Marketing)
Eddie Puisis (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Bryce Schneider (Sport and Recreation Management)
Nick Smith (Finance)
Lukas Speidel (Communication)
Matt Weir (Management)
Connor Zinaich (Management)

Women’s Basketball (11)
Maria Bardeeva (International Studies)
Hailey Conley (Criminal Justice)
Makenna Drabick (Sport and Recreation Managment)
Iva Ilic (Finance)
Sarah Kelly* (Leadership [M.S.] )
Julia Kelner* (Mathematics)
Claire McMahon* (Elementary Education)
Skyla Osceola (Exercise and Sport Science)
Clara Prasse (Computer Science)
Annie Santucci (Exercise and Sport Science)
Jordan Tully* (Conflict Analysis & Resolution [M.S.] )

Men’s Golf (8)
Daniel Celestino (Engineering)
Benjamin Hjort (Sport and Recreation Management)
Victor Jimenez (Sport and Recreation Management)
Jamie Markwick (Exercise and Sport Science)
Tomas Millet (Management)
George Mills (Finance)
Emanuel Olofsson (Sport and Recreation Management)
Khush Patel (Finance)

Women’s Golf (5)
Hanna Ahlander (Management)
Valentina Albertazzi (Exercise and Sport Science)
Nicola Fall (Communication)
Sofia Garcia Austt (Management)
Sol Santecchia* (Art and Design)

Softball (11)
Sydney Anderson (General Studies)
Haley Hendricks (Exercise and Sport Science)
Emily Hess (Elementary Education)
Allie Janowiak (Psychology)
Sydney Lageyre* (Exceptional Student Education & Elementary Education)
Ryleigh Langwell (Exercise and Sport Science)
Mayte Lezcano (Biology)
Shannon Maloney (Biology)
Alexis Smith (Exercise and Sport Science)
Alex Suzuki* (National Security Affairs/International Relations [M.S.] )
Stephanie Wang (Psychology)

Men’s Swimming (13)
Aleksei Averchenko (General Studies)
Alec Dawson (Exercise and Sport Science)
Lliam Dolan (Management)
Jacob Gauvain (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Tristan Hichkad (Biology)
Spencer Hohm (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Vincent Lijoi* (Management)
Matteo Masiero (Management)
Magnus Poulsen (Psychology)
Robert Spekis (Marine Biology)
Evan Weber* (Engineering)
Alessandro Xella (Mathematics)
Jonathan Yanello* (Engineering)

Women’s Swimming (26)
Madison Allen* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Liza Buluchevskaya* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Solana Capalbo (Engineering)
Taylor Covington* (Biology)
Tyler Fell* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Caily Friel (Recreational Therapy)
Laurel Gallaudet (Communication)
Kaylee Gassen (Recreational Therapy)
Molly Griswold (Marketing)
Kaitlyn Honnick (Biology)
Maeve Hunt (Environmental Science)
Alison Kopas (Education)
Hannah Kota (Exercise and Sport Science)
Sasha Maslova (Marketing)
Amilia Nusbaum (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Georgia Ogonowski (Exercise and Sport Science)
Leah Orton (Biology)
Hannah Pariseault* (Exceptional Student Education & Elementary Education)
Abigail Schwartz (Public Health)
Emma Sundstedt (Exercise and Sport Science)
Hannah Trieschmann (Political Science)
Jessica Urban (Marine Biology)
Tate Vangellow* (Marine Biology)
Haley Watters (Exercise and Sport Science)
Cassandra Wright (Management)
Elizabeth Zubero (Recreational Therapy)

Women’s Rowing (19)
Brianna Belen (Exercise and Sport Science)
Ava Carollo* (Finance)
Jessica Cavalier (Psychology)
Savanna Duda (Marine Biology)
Freya Epp (Environmental Science)
Claire Holtyn (Marketing)
Emily Jawor (Exercise and Sport Science)
Victoria Kelley (Marine Biology)
Jasmine Morris* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Kassie Moss (Biology)
Gabrielle Orr (Exercise and Sport Science)
Martina Pischedda (Exercise and Sport Science)
Miranda Sadlow (Psychology)
Barbara Sansur (Management)
Mikayla Shelton (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Emily Stewart* (Exercise and Sport Science)
Mikayla Switzer (Biology)
Ayelen Vegas (Management)
Katerina Verbraeken (Exercise and Sport Science)

Women’s Tennis (9)
Ivana Djordjevic (Management)
Diane Follin-Arbelet (Management)
Caitlyn Khan* (Communication)
Isabella Lowrey (Exercise and Sport Science)
Celia Montero Estevan (Exercise and Sport Science)
Chantal Nosievici (Theatre)
Daniela Obando (Exercise and Sport Science)
TingTing Pei (Management)
Karolina Snita (General Studies)

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