The onslaught of shoulder injuries limited the attacker to just 23 appearances (12 starts) in 57 possible matches for the Bonnies, who have now become Beshaw’s former college team. He will spend his final two years of eligibility at Buffalo State College, coached by Mark Howlett. “Ultimately, I just wasn’t having fun at Bonaventure,” Beshaw admitted in an interview late last week. “I kept getting injured there and I definitely wasn’t playing to my full potential. I simply wasn’t happy there, and I just wanted a change.” Lockport’s Josh Beshaw battles for a ball against Grand Island in October 2010. http://giannarosscentral.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2017/01/20/a-helpful-analysis-on-intelligent-plans-in-job-hunting(James P. McCoy/Buffalo News file photo) The decision to transfer from Division I to III wasn’t easy for Beshaw. “It’s definitely a ‘swallow your pride’ type of situation,” he admitted. “I worked my entire youth career to play D1. But ultimately I just want to have a good time, get my degree and start enjoying playing soccer, because at Bonaventure I started not loving the game anymore, and I absolutely hated that.” Weighing his local options between Medaille, Fredonia and Buffalo State, Beshaw was swayed toward the Bengals by the character of their head coach. presentation of interview skills ppt“Howlett is a great guy, a great coach,” said Beshaw, who will study health and wellness at Buffalo State.
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