Emily Urbanczk

Class: 2007Sport: SoccerMAJOR: Political Science

high school: Williamsville East, East Amherst, N.Y.

ideal day off: Shopping and hanging out with friends.Favorite OTHER sports: Hockey and tennis.Favorite food: Homemade chocolate-chip cookies.favorite movie: “Mighty Ducks”Plans after college: Graduate school, or maybe law school.expectations for the season: Make it to the NCAA Tournament.Favorite athletic memory: Beating Nazareth College in the semi-finals of the ECACs last year.Why emily is the athlete of the Week: Emily had goals in key games played over the past week.

Mike Dermody

Class: 2006Sport: FootballMAJOR: History

high school: Spencerport H.S., Spencerport, N.Y.

ideal day off: Doing nothing.Favorite OTHER sport: WakeboardingFavorite food: Grilled cheesefavorite movie: “Count of Monte Cristo”Plans after college: Go to graduate school of education.expectations for the season: Hopefully win the conference.Favorite athletic memory: Playing my first game as a freshman. It was against St. John Fisher College.Why Mike is the athlete of the Week: Dermody had two key interceptions in the Yellowjackets’ 38-6 shellacking of the United States Marine Academy.

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