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May 17, 2014

Hartwick picks Foglia, Suderley as top athletes

Staff Report

Hartwick College selected senior basketball standouts Maria Foglia and Jared Suderley as its Athletes of the Year on Thursday during the Hawks’ Athletics Awards Ceremony at Lambros Arena.

Foglia earned the Anna Meyer Female Athlete of the Year Award for the second consecutive year, and Suderley received the Roy Chipman Memorial Award for Male Athlete of the Year for the second time in three years.

Foglia was a WBCA Honorable Mention All-American and Empire 8 Conference First Team selection after leading the women’s basketball team in three-pointers (50), free throws made (122) and assists (79). She also averaged 15 points and five rebounds, ranking second on the team in both categories.

Foglia helped Hartwick to a share of the Empire 8’s regular-season title, its third straight E8 Tournament appearance and its second NCAA Division III Tournament berth in three years. Foglia ranks fourth in all-time scoring (1,540 points), second in all-time three-pointers (162), and first in all-time free throws made (476) at Hartwick.

Suderley led the men’s basketball team in scoring for the fourth straight season. He averaged 20.4 points and a team-best 10.7 rebounds to help the Hawks to the E8 Tournament title and their third consecutive NCAA D-III Tournament appearance.

Suderley was a D3hoops.com All-American, an NABC All-American, the E8 Player of the Year, the E8 Tournament’s MVP, and a finalist for the Jostens Trophy. Suderley highlighted his final season at Hartwick by breaking the program’s 26-year-old scoring record and 33-year-old rebounding record.

The Hawks other awards for the 2013-14 academic year were as follows:

Margaret Lunn Memorial (female senior): Sami Capparelli, water polo.

Harry Mosher Memorial (male senior): R.J. Roth, football.

Brunhilde Klinger Memorial (outstanding female freshman): Cami Cleaveland (Oneonta High), soccer.

Tim O’Brien Memorial (outstanding male freshman): Joey Lufkin, basketball.

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