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8NET GAINS


Lacrosse alums get ready for their mini-reunion match,


one of several Thorough bred team reunions held during the same fall weekend as the Skidmore Athletics Hall of Fame inductions. This year’s Hall of Famers were Will Crawford ’01 (tennis), Liza Gorman ’04 (lacrosse), Maria Nero Morin ’94 (softball), and Tom Spinella ’06 (lacrosse); the 1991 equestrian team and 2005 baseball team; longtime train- er Mike Garcia; and employee Sharon Shearman, P ’01, P ’99. The ceremony and benefit banquet brought together 188 alumni, parents, and friends to welcome the inductees and support Skidmore’s athletics programs.


Winners wanted Do you know a former athlete,


coach, or team who deserves a place in Skidmore’s Hall of Fame? How about an administrator or someone else who’s been a fervid T’bred booster? Submit nominations at cms.skidmore.edu/


hof/nomination.cfm. Deadline is


April 13, 2012.


8TH ANNUAL THOROUGHBRED CUP GOLF AND TENNIS TOURNAMENT


SATURDAY, JUNE 23


• 18 holes at the Saratoga Spa State Park Golf Course (four-star rating by Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play)


• Tennis on Skidmore’s courts • Cocktails and buffet dinner at Skidmore


Gather a group of friends or family and make it a Saratoga weekend. Accommodations available in Skidmore’s beautiful Northwoods Apartments. All proceeds benefit Skidmore athletics.


Don’t forget the Friends of Skidmore Athletics raffle—only 325 tickets will be sold. Top prize is a choice of seven getaway


experiences for two, including accommodations and airfare. Details at skidmore.edu/fosa/outing/


or contact Beth Brucker-Kane: 518-580-5677 • bbrucker@skidmore.edu


Tee off and serve it up for the T’breds


30 SCOPE WINTER 2012


CHARLIE SAMUELS


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