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Spotlight on: Charlton Jubeark

One of two new CAN Advisory Directors, Charlton Jubeark attended George Mason University, but that's not where his CAN involvement began. This Louisiana native got a taste of the group through the LSU softball team.




Spotlight on: Brett "Coop" Cooper

With his booming voice and outgoing personality, Brett "Coop" Cooper has been a regular fixture on the CAN athletics fields for years. Now this Elon Phoenix is bringing his talents to the CAN board as an Advisory Director.




Spotlight on: Vice President

CAN is looking for someone who is interested in running for the position of vice president. The position, which is also the chair of the Mark Tallarico Scholarship Committee, has been filled admirably by Rebecca Borghi (Pitt) for the last several years. CAN Insider caught up with her to find out what it means to be the CAN VP. Find out more after the jump.




Spotlight on: Assistant Sports Chair

CAN is looking for a new assistant sports chair. The ideal candidate is organized, has attention to detail, is diplomatic, and (most of all) loves sports. We caught up with current sports chair Pam Krieger to find out what it means to be an assistant sports chair. Check it out after the jump.




Spotlight on: Beers and Careers

Frustrated by the way most people find jobs online today, Josh Shapiro, CAN member and founder of the DC-based business, BeersandCareers.com, is re-humanizing the job seeking process with fun, social business networking and job hunting events.




Spotlight on: Stellenbosch

CAN was proud to partner with Stellenbosch Company for the 2013 Softball Tournament. Stellenbosch founder Tom Allen (Wake Forest) worked with local beer distributors to provide tourney participants with the amazing selection of beers for 2013 the tournament. We’re looking forward to working with Tom and his group to make the 2014 season and tournament the best ever!




Spotlight on: Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech won the CAN Softball Tournament for the third time this summer, hoisting the Primrose Cup for the second time in three years.




Spotlight on: University of Pittsburgh

The Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club - better known in CAN as Pitt - has become synonymous with community service. Earlier this year, the club won the Philanthropy Award at the inaugural Annual CAN Awards Night. They also led the league in donations at the CAN Softball Tournament School Supply Drive.




Spotlight on: Catholic University

This year, newcomer Catholic University Cardinals became the first team in CAN history to compete for the Primrose Cup in its first year in the league.