Two PSU veterans recognized for positive and lasting impact
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University Athletic Department presented two Dr. James J. Hogan Memorial Awards last Saturday, Sept. 8, at Currier Field at halftime of the PSU football game against Mount Ida College.
The Dr. James J. Hogan Memorial Award recognizes individuals who have made a positive and lasting contribution to Plymouth State Athletics. It is given in memory of the former Plymouth State history professor and coach who was a major supporter and contributor to Panther athletics for many years. The awards were presented by PSU Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Jim Hundreiser and PSU Athletic Director John Clark.
The recipients honored on Saturday were two longtime friends of Plymouth State Athletics… Terri Johnson and Phil Haskell. Terri is a member of the Plymouth State Class of 1979, and Phil a member of the class of ’81. Terri has served nearly two decades at Plymouth State in several offices on campus, currently on the Counseling and Human Relations staff, and Phil has provided endless service to athletics for more than 20 years in his role with PSU’s Information Technology Services.
Previous recipients of the Dr. James J. Hogan Memorial Award include:
|1987||John P. Clark|
|1993||PSC Physical Plant Staff|
|1996||Dr. Dan O’Neil|
|1998||PSC Residential Life Staff|
|2001||Sodexho Dining Services|
|2006||Scott & Patti Biederman|
|2007||President Don Wharton|
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