Graduating Holy Cross Student-Athletes Achieve 100 Percent Giving
WORCESTER, Mass. – In the midst of another outstanding year, the Crusader Athletics Fund has added another benchmark to its list of milestones. For the second year in a row, every senior student-athlete has made a gift to support Holy Cross or Holy Cross Athletics. The senior class was able to achieve this feat at the earliest date in school history, hitting the mark in the month of February.
Holy Cross student-athletes understand what it takes to be successful, and are committed to reinvesting in the department of athletics. By making gifts to Holy Cross Athletics through the Crusader Athletics Fund, the senior class is helping to provide all student-athletes with the tools they need to compete at the highest level for years to come.
“I would like to thank our senior class of student-athletes for their 100 percent participation in giving this year,” said director of athletics Nathan Pine. “Their personal investment in the Crusader Athletics Fund is a testament to their incredible commitment to Holy Cross Athletics and to future Crusaders. The class of 2017 student-athletes are to be commended for continuing an important Holy Cross tradition of paying it forward.”
Class of 2017 senior gift committee CAF co-chairs G. Matt Greco and Caroline Morano played a key role in promoting the support of the Crusader Athletics Fund as part of the senior class participation.
“Our athletic community is really supportive and really competitive,” said Morano. “When G. Matt and I started telling people that we could potentially reach 100 percent senior athlete participation, people rushed to help us out. It was so rewarding to see so many people come together to accomplish a goal. This experience was yet another testament to the supportive, motivated group of people that make up Holy Cross Athletics.”
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