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Daily Court Reporter - News Emilie Fillion Named SAAC Athlete of the Month

 

Emilie Fillion Named SAAC Athlete of the Month

Courtesy: WSU Athletic Media Relations

Senior Emilie Fillion of the women's soccer team has been named as the Wright State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee's Athlete of the Month for the period of October 8-November 12, it was announced at their monthly meeting Tuesday.

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Date Published: November 16, 2012

 

 

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