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    QC inducts latest class into Athletics Hall of Fame

    On Oct. 14 seven former students were honored at the fifth annual Queens College Athletics Hall of Fame induction dinner. Their legacies were cemented into Queens College forever, or as one new inductee would say, they “put it in the books!” Held at the Harbor Links Golf Club in Port Washington, New York, alumni, current students, friends and family of the Queens College athletic community honored some of QC’s most successful athletes and recognized figures in the sports community. New York Mets broadcaster Howie Rose received special recognition as the Madden Award recipient. The Madden Award honors a former student that has excelled in athletics or contributed to the professional…

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    Inside Queens College Athletics

    One-on-one with Queens College Head Athletic Trainer Daniel Hernandez. He joined QC as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2013. Why did you decide to become a physical trainer? When I first got into physical therapy, I was in high school. In my junior year, I saw how beneficial it was to be an athletic trainer, and, at the time, I was looking into careers and I knew I liked sciences and math. I really hate an office, formal setting. I don’t like sitting at a desk; I find it is unsettling. When I realized this setting was very active, I went into my undergraduate [to] declare [a physical therapy major]…