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Eight Student-Athletes Recognized at Fall Honors Convocation

Courtesy: Manhattan Athletic Department
Release: 10/17/2011
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RIVERDALE, N.Y. - Epsilon Sigma Pi, Manhattan College's oldest college-wide honor society, held its induction ceremony on Sunday during the Fall Honors Convocation at the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.  Eight senior student-athletes became members of Epsilon Sigma Pi during the convocation.

Epsilon Sigma Pi was founded in 1933 "to serve as a medium of recognition for students whose scholastic achievements throughout the first three years of college study warrant recognition by the College and their fellow students."  Only students who have compiled a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher and not incurred any academic failures during their first six semesters at Manhattan are eligible for induction at the beginning of their senior year.  Others who achieve those standards during their senior year are inducted at the May Commencement.

The eight student-athletes honored were: Tom Daly (men's cross country/track & field), Christopher Holihan (men's soccer), Maria Jangsten (women's cross country/track & field), Robert Kehoe (men's golf/swimming), Kelly Murray (softball), Deia Nassar (men's soccer), Mary Kate O'Leary (women's swimming) and Matt Waldron (men's track & field).

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