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Hain and Yoon Inducted Into Honor Society
Pair of sophomores are 30th and 31st swimmers to gain entry
April 24, 2013Tweet
VESTAL, N.Y.—The Binghamton Athletic Department inducted 21 student-athletes into the National College Athlete Honor Society (Chi Alpha Sigma) on April 23 in the TAU Club Room of the Events Center. This marks the eighth year that the athletic department has held inductions.
In order to be eligible for induction into Chi Alpha Sigma, a student-athlete must have achieved junior academic standing by their fifth semester, have at least a 3.4 cumulative grade point average and have earned at least one varsity letter in a sport sponsored by the NCAA.
Binghamton sophomore swimmers Karina Hain and San Yoon were among the 21 honored. With their nominations the pair gives the swimming and diving program 31 total student-athletes to gain entry into the prestigious group.
“We are very proud of each of these student-athletes,” Binghamton Director of Athletics Patrick Elliott said. “They represent the ideal student-athlete and embody the best of Binghamton University.”
Since 2006, 221 Binghamton student-athletes have been inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma.
CLASS OF 2013 INDUCTEES
Jason Bensaull (Men’s Track)
Luca Bottoni (Men’s Soccer)
Mallory Clark (Women’s Track)
Ismael Dinia (Men’s Tennis)
Missy Edelblum (Women’s Tennis)
Alex Fisher (Women’s Lacrosse)
Erica Foley (Women’s Lacrosse)
Karina Hain (Women’s Swimming)
Shannon Kane (Softball)
Kathleen Klein (Women’s Track)
Emma Kurth (Women’s Soccer)
Kaitlyn Martin (Women’s Soccer)
Taylor McCavanagh (Women’s Soccer)
Ben Nicholson (Men’s Soccer)
Emily Nuss (Women’s Soccer)
Nick Pancerella (Baseball)
Emily Pape (Women’s Soccer)
Andrew Roache (Men’s Cross Country & Track)
Matt Traylor (Men’s Track)
Florian Van Kann (Men’s Tennis)
San Yoon (Men’s Swimming)