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CUNY Sports Newsletter - Fall 2003
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2004-2005 CUNYAC
Championship  Schedule

 

2004-05 CUNYAC
Operating Calendar

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2004 CUNYAC Cross-Country

Male Runner Of The Week - Omri Holzman, Hunter

Bronx, NY - Another week, another gold medal for the two-time defending CUNYAC champion. The Tel-Aviv, Israel native has already won a total of four races in 2004. This past weekend at the Montclair State Invitational, the junior turned in one of the best recorded times ever at Garrett Mountain Reservation, winning the 8k-event in 27:16. His time was twenty-one seconds ahead of his nearest competitor. The Ironi Daled  continue

2004 CUNYAC Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Player Of The Week - Janna Derjavina, Baruch

Bronx, NY - The junior went 4-0 last week at #1 singles and #1 doubles. The Flushing, NY native opened the week by knocking off last week’s Player of the Week Sharon Fader (CCNY), 6-4, 0-6 (8-6) in the Bearcats victory. She also teamed with her partner Kateryna Pylypyshyna for a doubles victory. The Forest Hills product closed out the week with straight-set singles and doubles  continue

2004 CUNYAC Soccer

Men's Soccer Player Of The Week - Vojdan Rosoklija, Hunter

Bronx, NY - The sophomore scored what proved to be the game-winning tally in Hunter’s 3-2, conference victory versus previously unbeaten (in CUNY) City Tech on Saturday. The Demarest, New Jersey native, who now has seven points on the season, also notched an assist on the Hawk’s second goal of the contest. The victory put an end to Hunter’s sixgame losing streak, and they will try to make it two straight with a win at William Paterson on Monday evening continue

2004 CUNYAC Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Player Of The Week
Meital Ben-Tovim, Hunter

Bronx, NY - The senior hit for a tremendous .350 percentage in Hunter’s 2-2 week. The outside hitter averaged 3.62 kills per game and also added 12 blocks, 12 digs, and six aces on the week. In the conference victory against Medgar Evers, the native of Hod-Hasharon, Israel compiled 12 kills (.390 hitting percentage) and recorded four blocks. She was even more efficient against New Jersey City, hitting .420 with19 kills. continue

Borough of Manhattan Players Earn NJCAA DIII
Player of the Week Honors

BMCC Earns Men's Soccer Honors

Bronx, NY - Gene Mulliqi, a 6-0 forward from Borough of Manhattan Community College, is the NJCAA Division III Men's Soccer Player of the Week. Mulliqi lead Borough of Manhattan to a 2-1 win over sixth-ranked Ulster Community College, accounting for three of the games five points with one goal and one assist.   continue

2004 CUNYAC Community College Women's Volleyball

Kingsborough C.C. Captures 2004 CUNYAC
Community College Women’s Volleyball Championship

Brooklyn, NY - Host Kingsborough Community College captured their first CUNY Athletic Conference Community College Women’s Volleyball Championship since 1994, sweeping Borough of Manhattan Community College 30-16, 30-21, 30-17, in the championship game. Kingsborough (4-1), who won all four of their matches and dropped just one set on the day, did most of their damage with a dominating service game. Freshman Bern’dette Edwards,  continue

2004 CUNYAC Cross-Country Preview

Hawks Looking To Fly High Again

Bronx, NY - The 2004 CUNY Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships should be extremely exciting with the addition of a number of talented newcomers as well as some solid returners.  The event will once again take place and historic Van Cortlandt Park on Sunday, October 24.  Hunter is the defending champion on the men’s and women’s side.   continue

2004 CUNYAC Community College Soccer

Borough of Manhattan Community College
Captures 2004 CUNYAC Community College Soccer Championship

Bronx, NY - Freshman Essaha Jallow scored off a direct-kick in the 57th minute to give Borough of Manhattan Community College (2-1) a 1-0 victory over Queensborough Community College (1-1) in the finals of the 2004 City of New York Athletic Conference Community College Soccer Championships, Saturday afternoon at Bronx Community College. Bronx C.C. (1-1)  continue

Lehman All-American To Compete For His Native Country, Guinea in Athens Olympics

Lightning Sprinter To Carry Flag In Opening Ceremonies

Bronx, NY - Former Lehman College track All-American Nabie Fofanah has been selected to participate in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Fofanah will represent his native country of Guinea in the 100 meter trials, and 200 meter trials beginning August 21st. Fofanah, the 2003 Lehman College Male Athlete of the Year, will be featured in the opening ceremonies, as he will carry the flag representing Guinea. Reaching the level of Olympian is a status that few  continue

CUNYAC Staff

Zak Ivkovic Appointed Executive Director of the CUNYAC

Bronx, NY - Zak Ivkovic was named as the Executive Director of the City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) by Dr. Otis Hill, CUNY’s Vice Chancellor for Students Development and Enrollment Management. Only the third commissioner in CUNYAC’s 18-year history, he succeeds his mentor, Ted Hurwitz, who retired after twelve years in the director’s chair in 2003. Ivkovic had been serving as the interim  continue

CUNYAC Officers For 2004-2005 Campaign

CUNYAC Announces Officers For 2004-2005 Campaign

Bronx, NY - The City University of New York Athletic Conference has announced its new officers for the 2004-2005 campaign. In the Senior College Division, Dr. Harold Merritt, College of Staten Island’s Director of Athletics and Athletic Facilities will serve as President, and Dr. Linda Barley, the Director of Athletics at York College has been elected Vice President. Steve Kelly, the Director of Athletics at Manhattan Community College has  continue

2004 CUNYAC Goodwill Tour - Summer 2004

Goodwill Team Enjoys Final Day Of a Memorable Trip

The day started out with a phone call at 7:00 am telling us that our 11:00 am game was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. (Leaving CUNY with a 2-2 record on the trip) Instead, we headed to Marcello Miranda s school to do a clinic with some less fortunate children. These children worked on shooting and ball handling with our staff and student-athletes.  continue

CUNYAC Staff

Santoiemma Named CUNYAC’s
Assistant Director For Championships

Bronx, NY - The City University of New York Athletic Conference has named Kim Santoiemma Assistant Director for Championships, it was announced today by Executive Director Zak Ivkovic. Santoiemma, who will be responsible for supervising all aspects of the CUNYAC’s 23 championships, has worked in the CUNYAC office as the Sports Information and Championships continue

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· Lightning holds off City Tech for first title since 1987
· Hunter tops Staten Island for 3-peat
· Lehman Earns First Berth In Division III Tournament
· Andre is giant in Lehman win
· Men's Team Completes Hostos Sweep
· Hostos: 1st Year, 1st Place
· Basketball Schedule
· CUNY's TV Coverage
· Medgar Evers' Rannie Miles To Be Honored
· Lady Tigers earn their first stripe
· Hostos CC - A College's Evolution Leads to a Surprising First Season
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