J2854

Congratulating the Rochester Institute of Technology Men's Lacrosse Team upon the occasion of capturing the NCAA Division III Men's ...

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J2854


Senate Resolution No. 2854

BY: Senator GALLIVAN

CONGRATULATING the Rochester Institute of
Technology Men's Lacrosse Team upon the occasion of
capturing the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse
Championship on May 29, 2022

WHEREAS, Individual and team championships are highly sought after
in collegiate sports; this Legislative Body commends rare athletic
achievements and pays special recognition to those who pursue such
excellence and become examples for the youth of this great Empire State;
and

WHEREAS, Athletic competition helps to enhance both the moral and
physical development of young athletes, preparing them for the future by
instilling in them the importance of teamwork, encouraging a standard of
healthy living, and developing a sense of fair play and competition; and

WHEREAS, This Legislative Body is justly proud to congratulate the
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Men's Lacrosse Team upon the
occasion of capturing the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship;
and

WHEREAS, To the praise and applause of their excited fans, the
Tigers defeated Union College in a thrilling 12-10 victory on Sunday,
May 29, 2022, to win their back-to-back National Championship at
Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut; and

WHEREAS, Proudly donning the school's colors of orange and white,
family, friends, and the community at large loyally and enthusiastically
supported the Tigers throughout their journey as they ended their season
with an impressive 22-1 overall record; and

WHEREAS, In a sport such as lacrosse, which demands athletic
prowess, speed and agility, Head Coach Jake Coon, Assistant Coaches
Shawn Wilkins and Donny Moss, and volunteer Assistant Coaches Austin
Fox, Beau Riley, and Walker Hare worked hard to hone the skills of this
championship team, teaching these outstanding athletes lessons which
will prove invaluable both on and off the field; and

WHEREAS, Head Coach Jake Coon and all of the outstanding athletes on
the RIT Men's Lacrosse Team have clearly utilized dedication,
determination and teamwork in providing a lasting contribution to the
spirit of excellence which is a tradition of their university; now,
therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That this Legislative Body pause in its deliberations to
congratulate the members of the RIT Men's Lacrosse Team: John Kuzmeski,
Will Sterrett, Adam Wolf, Michael Finneran, Caleb Commandant, Luke
Pilcher, Shane Lockhoof, Conor Bollin, Sean Traynor, Spencer Bell, Miles
Tillman, Quinn Commandant, Nick Farrell, Andrew Doktor, Matthew De
Amicis, Kyle Burbank, Ryan Barnable, Zach Gagnon, Josh Hamill, Mike
Grace, Caiden Perry, Gavin Snow, Marley Angus, Ian Dinga, Jamie Hunt,
Andrew Powlin, Erik Jakobsze, Seth Grottenthaler, John Mozrall, Dominic
Comella, Chris Becker, Taylor Jensen, Dylan Bruno, Max Skene, Pent

Eistrat, Ryan Rosenblum, Drew Hutchison, Hunter FitzGibbons, Zeb
Hollinger, Drew Leahy, Joe Camp, Connor Finneran, Carson Taylor, Stephen
Ketelsen, Trent Jackson, Lucas Brennwald, Clifford Gaston, Axel
Sanderson, Brett Naylor, Jimmy Spillane, Cooper Gettel, Tanner
Winklemann, Keegan Lochner, Jack Budway, Sam Bennett, Halen Rasmussen,
and Kyle Gaffey; Head Coach Jake Coon; Assistant Coaches Shawn Wilkins
and Donny Moss, and volunteer Assistant Coaches Austin Fox, Beau Riley,
and Walker Hare on their outstanding season and overall team record; and
be it further

RESOLVED, That copies of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be
transmitted to the members of the RIT Men's Lacrosse Team, and Head
Coach Jake Coon, Assistant Coaches Shawn Wilkins and Donny Moss, and
volunteer Assistant Coaches Austin Fox, Beau Riley, and Walker Hare.

actions

  • 02 / Jun / 2022
    • REFERRED TO FINANCE
  • 03 / Jun / 2022
    • REPORTED TO CALENDAR FOR CONSIDERATION
  • 03 / Jun / 2022
    • ADOPTED

Resolution Details

Law Section:
Resolutions, Legislative

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