Trustee Inducted into Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame
MELBOURNE, FLA.—Bino Campanini, Florida Institute of Technology trustee, alumnus and former soccer player, has been inducted into the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Hall of Fame. He was honored at the 2009 Hall of Fame dinner in Orlando on June 20. Florida Tech President Anthony J. Catanese, who also serves as SSC President, conducted the event.
“We are extremely proud of Bino and happy that one of our most accomplished graduates has received this honor,” said Catanese.
Campanini, named “All State” four times, was captain of the Florida Tech team that won the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) 1988 National Championship. As a graduate student, he was an assistant coach on the 1991 team that won Florida Tech’s second national soccer championship.
The chief executive officer of Stottler, Stagg and Associates Architects, Engineers, Planners Inc., of Cape Canaveral, Fla., Campanini resides on the Space Coast.
The Sunshine State Conference comprises nine full member universities and colleges fielding 14 Division II sports.