Maccabi USA Family: Updates
We are pleased to present our new Maccabi USA Family newsletter. This electronic newsletter is not only a way for us to share updates of the Maccabi USA family with you but also to learn of new accomplishments and accolades. From birth announcements, to new careers, to athlete spotlights and national merits…just to name a few! We value your staying connected to us and hope this newsletter is just another reason to keep in touch! Scroll through to learn more and submit future simchas to Dakota Marine at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Adam Chaskin – 1983, 1993-1997 Maccabiah Games, 1995 Pan Am Games, 2015 European Maccabi Games – was named Chief Executive Officer at Jewish Community Alliance in Jacksonville, FL.
Mitchell Berliner– 2015 Pan Am Games, 2017 Maccabiah Games – was inducted into the Greater Washington D.C. JCC Sports Hall of Fame.
Ronni Binstock – 2015 Pan Am Games, 2017 Maccabiah Games – signed a national letter of intent to compete Division 1 Gymnastics at Western Michigan University on a full-athletic scholarship starting Fall of 2019.
Tony Gild – 1989 Maccabiah Games – competed in the World Masters Squash Tournament in the 75-79 age group in July 2018.
Adam Moyerman – 2001-2017 Maccabiah Games,2007, 2015 Pan Am Games – won a bronze medal in the 30-34 age group 66-73 KG Division at the LIF World Veterans Judo Championship in 2018.
Sandy North – 1985-1993, 2017 Maccabiah Games – won a bronze medal in the 60-64 age group 66 KG Division at the LIF World Veterans Judo Championship in 2018.
Scott Rosen – 2003-2007 Pan Am Games, 2005-2009 Maccabiah – was inducted into the Western PA Sports Hall of Fame in 2017.
Allison SIlfen – 2013-2017 Maccabiah Games – signed a contract to play with the Israeli Basketball Team Bnei Yehuda in Tel Aviv. They are a Division I team.
Tristan Sylk –2015 Pan Am Games, 2017 Maccabiah Games – married Gabrielle Iorio on October 13, 2018
Macie Tendrich – 2017 Maccabiah Games – helped lead the University of South Carolina Beach Volleyball team to two straight National Championship appearances, was a three-time MVP, and set school records for wins in a season (27) and all-time career wins (95).
Jason Lesak – 2009, 2017 Maccabiah will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in May 2019