2003-2004 Graduates

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  • Jay Chantlos

    Jay Chantlos

    Spring 2004, Criminology

    Now (Fall 2011): Now a teacher and flag football coach alongside Matt Hernandez at Alonzo High School in Tampa.

    IM Story: Hard to stop the inertia of Jay when rounding the bases at softball or kickball back in the day.

  • Anthony Curcio

    Anthony Curcio

    Fall 2004, Criminology

    Now (Spring 2005): In the Planning & Developing Dept of the Town of Oyster Bay (NY). Headed back to school for a Masters in Public Administration.

    IM Story: Raged on everyone at least once and managed to "take it the next level" in every conversation.

  • Erich Geisler

    Erich Geisler

    Spring 2004, Information Science & Technology

    Now (Fall 2010): Continues to travel the world working tennis and golf events with IDS Sports out of Jacksonville.

    IM Story: Led the Little Jerry Seinfeld IM team to glory... a single win in Men's C basketball.

  • Carlene Kratz Crager, M.S.

    Carlene Kratz

    Spring 2004, MS in Sport Administration

    Now (Fall 2014): Working with Enterprise in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Indeed, it's official: Now married to Crager. Added one to the family in 2014.

    IM Story: Again, more of a Sport Club story. Served as our last GA for Sport Clubs before the position went full-time in 2004.

  • Jeff Moore

    Jeff Moore

    Spring 2004, Biology

    Now (Spring 2013): Dr. Moore is now a Navy Flight Surgeon, stationed in Pensacola but soon to move to Italy. Married with a daughter and son.

    IM Story: Became the IM workman's comp. spokesman after taking a softball to the forehead. Only person who had visited Skateland in Milton, FL, prior to the IM staff retreat in fall 2003.

  • Nick Rider, M.S.

    Nick Rider

    Spring 2004, MS in Sport Management

    Now (Fall 2011): Working television production at NASCAR races for SportsMEDIA Technology Corporation.

    IM Story: Leader of Gutter Gleaners dynasty which recorded the infamous "Comeback" to win the 2002 bowling title.


Visit our 2004-2005 IM Staff Photo Gallery for group pictures and candids from the year's events.


Campus Recreation receives its first $7 million for the planning and construction of a new outdoor sports facility on the Southwest Campus. The facility, at 108 acres, will be nearly a quarter the size of the entire main campus and include over 20 sports fields.

Directors: Mark Crager (IM and SC)

Assistant Director: David Peters (IM)

Graduate Assistants: Nick Rider (IM), Carlene Kratz (SC)