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Hargear Award

The award is given annually to an undergraduate brother in recognition of contributions exemplifying the purpose and objective of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. This award is the highest recognition an undergraduate brother can receive over and above the Undergraduate Hall of Fame. The award was established by the Grand Council in 1977.

Frank Foli Hargear, UC Berkeley '16, Delta Beta Xi '39, served on the Grand Council as Grand Secretary 1937-40, as Grand Marshal 1950-58, and was the originator of the Delta Beta Xi Award for distinguished service to the Fraternity. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Award in 1965. Brother Hargear entered the Omega Chapter in 1982 at the age of 84. The past year's winner is listed below followed by a complete list of past winners.


 2018 Recipient

Name: Narinder Mall
Chapter Designation: Theta Eta
College and Initiation: Nevada '15
Positions: President, House Manager, Social Director, Brotherhood Retention Director, Recruitment Director and Sergeant-at-Arms

Brother Mall hails from the Theta Eta Chapter at University of Nevada. As the founding President of the Chapter, he paved the way for them to charter successfully in under 10 months. Just last year alone, under his direction, the Chapter won multiple awards from the University, including Fraternity Chapter of the Year, the New Member Education Award, the Recruitment Practices Award, the Risk Management Award, and the Philanthropy Award. He also won the honor of the 2017 University of Nevada Outstanding Fraternity Chapter President Award. 

In addition to his service to Alpha Sig, he has also been a large contributor to Nevada’s IFC as the Deputy Chief Justice and the Recruitment Coordinator. In the latter, he completely restructured the recruitment process in a way that has greatly benefitted the entire community.

Past Recipient List

2017: Noah Stein, Colorado '13
2016: David Lorenzen, UNC - Charlotte '12
2015: Andrew Hallacy, Georgia Tech '12
2014: Daniel Ward, Fresno State '11
2013: Aaron Cisco, Northwood '11
2012: Brent Bowers, Capital '10
2011: Aaron Bullock, Wake Forest '09
2010: Brian Thomas, Berkeley '06
2009: Justin LaRoche, UNC-Charlotte '06
2008: Alexander Kefaloukos, Elmhurst '04
2007: Thomas Ritter, Stevens Tech '04
2006: Mathew Rogers, UNC-Charlotte '01
2005: Jared Linsley, Ohio State '01
2005: Christopher Musbach, Ohio Wesleyan '02
2004: Matthew Bowles, Bowling Green '01
2004: Elijah J. L. Haahr, Missouri Western '04
2003: Jeffrey Sindelar, Ohio Wesleyan '01
2002: William O'Brien, Ohio Wesleyan '99
2001: Isaac Knoot, Iowa State '00
2000: Craig Polk, Stevens Tech '99
1999: Ryan Spiegel, Maryland '98
1998: Gordy Heminger, Bowling Green '96
1997: Robert Blaisdell, Murray State '94
1996: Christopher Sieben, Virginia Tech '95
1995: Nathan Hood, Illinois '92
1994: Richard Ritter, Toledo '91
1993: Judson Althoff, IIT '91
1992: J. Warren Smith, Barton '90
1991: Edward Lenane, Plattsburgh '88
1990: John Lyon, Radford '87
1988: Craig Snyder, Penn State '85
1987: Steve Zizzo, Illinois '84
1986: Robert Shaw, American '84
1985: Geoffrey Connell, Michigan '82
1984: Richard Kahler, Radford '82
1983: Roland Spickermann, Berkeley '82
1982: Bradley Barling, Iowa State '80
1981: James Lilley, Jr., NC State '78
1980: Thomas Leuther, Missouri Valley '78
1979: J. Wesley Nobles, NC State '78
1978: Jeffrey Hoffman, Member-at-Large '76
1977: Michael Waters, Oregon State '73

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