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Scott Crowder To Be Recognized As Isenberg School Of Management Senior Leader

Scott Crowder

Scott Crowder

May 20, 2009

AMHERST, Mass. - This Friday, May 22, UMass hockey senior Scott Crowder will be recognized as an Isenberg School of Management Senior Leader. The award recognizes graduating seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the Isenberg School and its academic departments. Crowder is a double major in sport management and marketing and has been a member of the Hockey East All-Academic Team in each of his previous seasons at UMass.

Crowder and the other award recipients will be personally recognized during the Isenberg Senior Leader reception on Friday, May 22 from 5:00-6:00 in the Isenberg Atrium.

For his career at UMass on the ice, Crowder suited up in 135 games scoring six goals while adding 14 assists. In 2008-09, the Nashua, N.H., native scored his lone goal of the season in a 5-1 win over No. 1 Boston University (11/14).

The Isenberg School is one of New England's first three accredited business schools, has the region's oldest doctoral program, and has accepted international exchange students for nearly three decades. The UMass Sport Management Department, created in 1971, is the second-oldest of its kind in the world with graduates going on to careers in the spectator sport industry. Widely respected for the breadth and quality of its curriculum and research, the UMass program has been hailed by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Sports Business Journal, and other publications as a world leader in its field.

 

 

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