Mentorship Award

The Ezra Schwartz mentorship award
established at Maimonides in honor of Ezra.

The Ezra Schwartz Mentorship and Team Building Award goes to the Junior or Senior who, like Ezra, exemplified dedication to mentoring underclassman and to building team unity. It honors the kind of athlete that Maimonides is proud to have: One who goes out of his or her way to make new players feel welcome, who helps struggling players improve, who fights the common urge to practice with the stronger athletes or to be critical of those players who are younger or less able and who instead, seeks out and supports those who need the most help or who feel the least included. The award recognizes athletes who put the interests of their team and their teammates before their own.

June 2017 recipients of the Ezra Schwartz Mentorship Award
Aleeza Solomont- Girls Varsity Softball
Charlie Kramer- Boys Varsity Baseball
Pictured with Ruth and Ari Schwartz (Ezra’s parents)

Aleeza Solomont and Charlie Kramer
June 2017 Girls Varsity Softball and Boys Varsity Baseball recipients of The Ezra Schwartz Mentorship Award

Aleeza Solomont Girls Varsity Softball recipient of The Ezra Schwartz Mentorship Award June 2017
Ruth and Ari Schwartz (Ezra’s parents)
Ahron and Sheera Solomont (Aleeza’s parents)

Ari Schwartz and Charlie Kramer June 2017

Simon Kangoun – Maimonides recipient of the Ezra Schwartz mentorship award for wrestling March 2017

(Left to Right) 2016 Varsity baseball seniors. Avi Sanders-coaches award, Ethan Turk-MVP, Noah Frisch-Maimonides recipient of the Ezra Schwartz mentorship award and Josh Prybyla – Baseball head coach June 2016

Avi Sanders – Maimonides recipient of the Ezra Schwartz mentorship award for wrestling March 2016

Hillel Schwartz and Avi Sanders March 2016