Rex Report Spring 2018
TAGS: Student Story

NAME: Jason Coscio

HOMETOWN: Hopewell Junction, New York

AIC AFFILIATION: Bachelor of science in business administration ’16, MBA candidate summer 2018, graduate assistant in the developmental education department, mentor in the Scholar Athletes program

IN BRIEF: A hardworking, adaptive, and motivated individual who cares about helping others and giving his all in everything he does

HONORS: 2018 Yellow Jacket of the Year Award winner (presented to the student-athlete that best exemplifies AIC athletics in character, talent, and, spirit), Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s 3.0 Club

HIGHER DEDICATION: Organized the baseball team’s food drive, which yielded 1,400 pounds of canned goods for local charities

BIGGEST LIFE LESSON: Not to take anything for granted—every moment in life is precious; and to live each moment with focus, understanding, and purpose

ON THE MOUND: Two-year captain of the AIC baseball team, starting pitcher, top reliever, all the while being legally blind in one eye

HOBBIES: Fishing, bike riding, pickup football, reading, working out, Fortnite

FUN FACT: Has a collection of Rubik’s Cubes and can solve them

PHILOSOPHY: “If serving is below you, then leadership is beyond you.”

WHAT’S NEXT? Graduating from AIC with an MBA in August, then working in NYC