Alumni Achievements


Teed Up for Success

1971 Joseph Tesori of DeWitt, N.Y., received the 2020 Labron Harris Sr. Award, which is presented annually to one college or high school coach and Class A PGA Professional “whose support of the game through teaching, coaching and involvement in the community has helped ensure the continued growth of the game of golf and who represents the finest qualities the game has to offer.” Tesori is in his 14th season as the men’s golf coach at Le Moyne.


1983 Siobhan Fallon Hogan of Rumson, N.J., wrote a film, RUSHED, which will be in theaters at the end of August 2021. The film tells the story of a mother's revenge after her eldest son is in a tragic fraternity hazing incident. The film stars Robert Patrick, Jake Weary and Fallon.

Equitable Health

1987 David Guadagnino of Rochester, N.Y., is president of the board for St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center, a nonprofit organization providing comprehensive physical and mental health services to uninsured and underinsured people in and around Monroe County.

Science Role Model

2006 Beth Elacqua of University Park, Pa., was honored with a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation (N.S.F.) in recognition of her work on the “synthesis of polymer-based nanoreactors to investigate homogeneous dual catalysis under confinement.” The CAREER award is the N.S.F.'s most prestigious award in support of early career faculty members who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization. The award will provide five years of funding to support Elacqua’s work.