CUNY's new all-star team

July 2011
New York Amsterdam News;7/14/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 28, p33
The article announces the award-winning "All-Star" students in baseball by City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City. It cites several All-Star students including Ryan Jaipaul, Lina Mercedes Gonzalez and Ayodele Oti. CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein says that they are proud of the academic achievements of the individuals. He adds that as recognition, the school has built website for them plus virtual baseball cards.


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