The inductees are former football coach and current athletic director Ray Cosenza (coach); Donald Allen (class of 1931, football, basketball); Lawrence Shattuck ('62, football, basketball); Mike Pucko ('71, football, baseball); Mike Gallo ('76, track); Ricky Morales ('97, basketball); Beth Richard ('03, basketball, track); Megan Normandin ('91, basketball, softball); Mark Pierce ('87 baseball, basketball); and John Cordio ('66, contributor).
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Cosenza (Italy)
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With more than 1 billion active users, Facebook is the leading social network in 127 countries, according to web company Alexa data compiled by Italian social media strategist Vincenzo Cosenza.
Inland Western was represented by Cosenza and provided legal representation by Charles Benvenuto.
A driver in the fast lane ahead of Trooper Cosenza saw the oncoming Camaro and instinctively braked and swerved to the right.
Michele Panza's house built for a family near Cosenza in Calabria, the southern toe of Italy, is carefully placed just below the crest of a hill, over a sea of olive trees.
Mr Cosenza said that 100 per cent of Australian mortgages were now flexible.