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Sensei Beth graduated on May 12th from SUNY Cortland magna cum laude with a B.S. in Sport Management. Today she starts her internship for the Northeast Open, which is required to complete her degree.

Besides her fine academic achievement she completed her studies in just three years thanks to numerous AP classes and dual credit classes in high school. For the last two years she worked as a Resident Assistant and is a member of the National Residence Hall Honorary. During her time at Corland she also participated in the Sport Management Club and served as an event manager for numerous athletic events held on campus.

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hilton2012On Saturday, June 16th, a few of us traveled to the other side of the county. We went to Hilton High School where Russ Davenport and Liam Anderson competed. Sensei Chris helped with officiating and coaching. Sempai Chuck assisted with getting our competitors ready and making sure they were in the correct divisions. Sempai Taylor was there to be our official photographer and videographer.

This was Russ's first tournament and he brought home a second place in Clicker Fighting and a third place in Semi Contact. This was Liam's second competition and he placed second in Semi Contact fighting, which included a knockout of his first round opponent. Both young meng represented Golden Eagle Martial Arts at the highest levels. Both plan to continue competing including the American International Karate Championships in November. 

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{jcomments on}2013LogosIt was a spectacular weekend in Albany for the North East Open. It started Friday evening with the Gala. About 160 people were in attendance at the Gala, which featured key  note speeches from Master Paul Fracchia, Master Miichael Campos, and Master Craig McDonald. During the Gala there was a trivia contest as well as some entertaining videos.

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2013 aikcOn September 21st we went to the annual Kyokushin tournament at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center.

This year'c competitors included Hannah, Dan, Sempai Paul, Sempai Mary Lou Padgett, Sempai Rich Morelle, Sempai Zach, Sempai Taylor, Sempai Chuck, and Sensei Mike. Shihan Chris served as an official. Sempai Liam, Sempai Carolyn, and Sensei Nik were in attendance as spectators and supporters of the competitors.

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20140924-01Several promotions have been earned and were recognized in class on September 24th. Shihan Chris along with Sensei Matt presented diplomas and belts.

Firstly, Sensei Chuck, Sensei Zach, and Sensei Taylor, who successfully tested for shodan in June received their diplomas, belts, and instructor patches.

Sempai Ian, who along with Sempai CJ were promoted to san kyu in August, received his belt and diploma.

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