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Eight of Syracuse University's former athletic standouts will relish their well deserved time in the spotlight during the annual LetterWinner of Distinction banquet. Syracuse University will honor the former student-athletes who have left their mark on the athletics program and in their lives after graduation at the ‘The Tradition of Excellence Continues’ celebration on Saturday, October 22 at the Turning Stone Event Center in Verona, N.Y. The 2011 honorees include Kris Beyer ‘86 (Swimming), Frank Hamblen ’69 (Basketball), Joseph Krivak ‘57 (Football and Baseball), James Kuhn ‘70 (Fencing), Felisha Legette-Jack ‘89 (Basketball), Ron Oyer ‘66 (Football), Anthony Paskevich Jr. ‘66 (Football and Lacrosse) and Leo Rautins ‘83 (Basketball).
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