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Justin Barskdale is from Woodridge, New Jersey.
He is a 20-year-old junior, and he has majors in management, with a minor in marketing.
He is a graduate from Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey, New Jersey, where he lettered in soccer, baseball and bowling.
There he also won the Ironman Award, a prestigious award given to individuals who hold an 85 or above grade point average, who play on two or more Varsity teams and have been recognized by the league as an outstanding athlete and leader.
At Quinnipiac, Justin is currently the Junior Class President, a full-time student, a Student Government Representative and he has served as an Orientation Leader. He also participates in intramurals at the university, while still holding a part-time job.
He has traveled to the countries of France, Belgium, Holland and Sweden, where he has played soccer on Burgen County’s Select teams. He has also visited Canada and Mexico.
Justin’s future aspirations are to some day become a corporate manager of a large firm and to become a successful businessman.
He currently resides off-campus.