Winners for 2013 NACUFS Loyal E. Horton Awards announced

Awards celebrate best in college foodservice.

May 9—The National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) has announced the winners of its annual Loyal E. Horton awards. Grand-prize winners will be announced at the association’s national conference, which will be held July 10-13 in Minneapolis.

Residential Dining Concepts
Small School

Gold: Hendrix College

Silver: Manhattan College

Bronze: Concordia College

Honorable Mention: Caldwell College

Medium School

Gold: Xavier University

Silver: California State University - Chico

Bronze: Ashland University

Honorable Mention: California Baptist University and University of Richmond

Large School

Gold: SUNY at Buffalo

Silver: Kennesaw State University

Bronze: University of Georgia and University of Connecticut

Honorable Mention: Cal Poly Pomona Foundation

Residential Dining—Special Event
Small School

Gold: Brigham Young University - Hawaii

Silver: Concordia College

Bronze: Hendrix College

Honorable Mention: Calvin College

Medium School

Gold: University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Silver: Northern Michigan University

Bronze: SUNY at Geneseo

Honorable Mention: University of Maine and SUNY at Cortland

Large School

Gold: Yale University

Silver: University of New Hampshire

Bronze: University of Georgia

Honorable Mention: Virginia Tech, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee and University of Illinois

Retail Sales—Single Concept
Small School

Gold: Hendrix College

Silver: Concordia College

Bronze: Wells Dining

Medium School

Gold: Messiah College

Silver: University of Richmond

Bronze: Azusa Pacific University

Honorable Mention: Western Carolina University

Large School

Gold: University of Missouri

Silver: University of New Hampshire

Bronze: University of Massachusetts

Honorable Mention: University of Oklahoma

Retail Sales—Multiple Concepts/Marketplace
Medium School

Gold: University of Dayton

Silver: SUNY at Geneseo

Bronze: Azusa Pacific University

Large School

Gold: Virginia Tech

Silver: University of Wisconsin - Madison Housing

Bronze: Ball State University

Honorable Mention: University of Oregon

Catering—Special Event
Small School

Gold: United States Military Academy

Silver: Ferrum College

Bronze: Hendrix College

Honorable Mention: Andrews University

Medium School

Gold: College of the Holy Cross

Silver: University of Richmond

Bronze: University of Northern Colorado and Azusa Pacific University

Honorable Mention: Johnson County Community College

Large School

Gold: Tufts University

Silver: Cornell University

Bronze: University of Cincinnati

Honorable Mention: Colorado State University

Catering—Online Menu
Small School

Gold: Hendrix College

Silver: Bowie State University

Bronze: Concordia College

Medium School

Gold: Azusa Pacific University

Large School

Gold: North Carolina State University

Silver: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

Bronze: Texas Tech University  

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