|High School:||The Brooks School|
|Major:||Fish and Wildlife Science - Fisheries Concentration|
Joseph St. Cyr Nickname: Joe
Collegiate Sport: Men's Cross Country (2014 - 2016); Basketball (2015 – 2016); Snowshoeing (2014 – 2016)
High School: The Brooks School (2014).
Athletic Honors Attained (before arriving at Paul Smith’s College): All New England Runner 2 years, All ISL 2 years, received the Kilbourne Bowl for best overall improvement and hard work through my 4 years at The Brooks School; received 6 Varsity letters, Known as the 8th fastest XC runner to run at Books in it’s history. Came in 2nd for rowing at NIREA’s in Men’s 4.
Hometown: Methuen, Massachusetts
Son of: Michelle and William St. Cyr
Born: November 4, 1995
Academic Major(s): Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences ~ Fisheries Concentration
Academic Major: Fish and Wildlife Science - Fisheries Concentration. (B.S.)
Collegiate Athletic Honors: Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) XC All Conference Team (2014). YSCC Runner of the Week (October 6, 2014).
Collegiate Academic Honors: Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) All Academic Team (Fall 2014; Fall 2015). Paul Smith's College Dean's List (Fall 2014; Spring 2015).
Other Athletic Interests:
Great passion in extremely long trail runs during the summer
Surprisingly competitive in pool, and have good ping pong skills
Recreation Pursuits/Leisure Interests: I am a now Professional Fishing Guide in the Adirondacks, as I have been fishing for the past 14 or so years of my life. I am very good at fly tying as well and I operate a fly tying business while also working towards graduation at Paul Smith’s.
Why Paul Smith’s? This college was the perfect fit for me. I attended a prep school for 4 years and felt very out of place there wearing a suit and tie every day. When I discovered this college, it just seemed to click and the people here were more down to earth than the students I was previously with. I also feel that this college has truly provided me with opportunities that if I attended other places I would’ve only have dreamed about. I have been very fortunate to travel all over the country and the world to compete and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. This college also helped me grow to become more independent and learn valuable skills of how to live on your own out in the real world. Some of this in an urban setting while the rest of it was in a wilderness setting. Not too many colleges I know are this specialized in outdoor studies, so I can’t be any happier than I am at this college.