Yale Seniors Recognized for Intramural Sportsmanship

New Haven, Conn — Three Yale seniors, Iris Ma, Miguel Agrait and Bryan Hartenberg received the Robert E. Lewis Award for intramural sports during Senior Class Day exercises on May 21.

The award is presented each year to the senior or seniors who have shown commitment and high ideals as participants in intramural sports. The awards were presented by Stuart Schwartz, chair of the Council of Masters Committee on Athletics, master of Ezra Stiles College and professor of history.

The award citations follow:

Iris Ma. Captain of 14 Intramural teams, Phi Beta Kappa, good athlete and outstanding sportswoman who led Timothy Dwight from the cellar to respectability. She is a fine example of the student- athlete. Iris Ma is  a recipient of the Robert E. Lewis Award.

Miguel Agrait. Leading Silliman College to its first Tyng Cup since 1972, this young man is a leader who has made Intramurals his priority and helped to create the infrastructure in that college that produced its success. A winner of the Lewis award is Miguel Agrait.

Bryan Hartenberg. A key figure in the Ezra Stiles dynasty that produced three Tyng Cups and a close second in four years. His outstanding participation, his organization of Stiles’ solid program and his leadership and sportsmanship make Bryan Hartenberg a winner of the 2006 Lewis Award.

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