S2020 Diamond Hitch Awards

The Diamond Hitch is a lashing technique that was often used by foresters in the field to tie their essential tools and cargo load to their pack animals. This concept was used in the Forestry program as a symbol to represent the skill and capability of club presidents to carry loads crucial to holding up of the pack. We've expanded this tradition to include club presidents as well as important committee chairs.

As we are unable to celebrate these students at our annual banquet this year, we wish to recognize them here.

American Fisheries Society (President)

Samuel Grinstead

Amphibian & Reptile Club (President)

Maria Bellows

Birding Club (President)

Connor Langan

Conservation Club (Co-President)

Danielle Holthaus

Conservation Club (Co-President)

Melissa Irish

Fisheries & Wildlife Biology Club (President)

Collin Stratton

Forestry Club (President)

Abigail Zabrodsky

Graduate Student Organization (President)

Brett Kelly


Graduate Student Organization (Seminar Chair)

Benjamin West

Xi Sigma Pi Honor Society (President)

Andrew Larson