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1996 Zenith 
833 Montileu Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262 




Community begins with the individual as we unite tor a common purpose. 
At High Point University we are a community of individuals striving for the 
purpose of receiving the best education possible. Education is intrinsically 
tied to all that we do as a community, whether it is in the classroom or in the 
residence hall. As a community we strive to be purposeful in our goals, open 
and just as we deal with issues that confront us, disciplined and caring, and 
celebrative as we share our heritage and history- 



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Student Life 


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People 


30 


Greeks 


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Current Events 


110 


Organizations 


114 


Sports 


142 


Ads/Epilogue 


170 




2 • Prologue 





As they leave a faculty meeting, Dr. 
Martinson and Gray Bowman admire 
the recently renovated Campus Cen- 
ter brick patio. 

Circle K members participate in Hands 
On High Point as they clean up 
Parkview Elementary School. The 
group also planted trees on the grounds 
in the day-long volunteer effort. 



Prologue • 3 



High Point University is a commu- 
nity dedicated to quality education, 
inside and outside the classroom. It 
is not uncommon to see professors 
and students discussing issues as 
they walk along the Greensward, or 
overhear a heated debate between 
students in the cafeteria. This envi- 
ronment of higher education pro- 
motes exploration and growth, both 
personally and intellectually. It is 
here, in our community, that we 
foster the tools of education that we 
shall carry with us for a lifetime. 






4» Prologue 




Prologue • 5 



Zenith captures special moments in the lives of High 
Point University students while they play, work, & learn 



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tudent Life 







6 • Divider 




Divider • 7 



Opening ^convocation 

A time for reflection and anticipation 



Faculty Marshal Dr. lames Stitt spends 
a few quiet moments alone before lead- 
ing in his colleagues to begin the cer- 
emony. 

Faculty and staff members head across 
campus to the auditorium for Opening 
Convocation. 




Dr. Martinson presides over 
the ceremony, offering words 
of wisdom and comfort to new 
and returning students, fac- 
ulty, staff, and friends of the 
University. 



Junior Marshals Melinda 
Smith and Julie Sauerby enjoy 
the prestige of the purple sash 
and the honor of being top of 
their class. 



8 • President's Statement 



Dr. Jacob C. Martinson, President 
High Point University 




Dr. Hal Warlick, 
minister of the 
University and 
Chairman of the 
Religion Depart- 
ment, prepares to 
give the benedic- 
tion. 




Bob Davidson and Dr. A. Berry 
Crawford, Culp Professor of Applied 
Ethics, spend a few minutes catching 
up on each other's summer while the 
faculty mills about before Opening 
Convocation on August 24. 



To those of you in the Class of 1 996, we celebrate and honor 
your commencement and the embarking of a new direction 
in your lives. 

Life beyond this university will be filled with countless 
challenges from all directions, many expected, many unex- 
pected, some happy, some not so happy. Those of you who go 
into the graduate programs will find that not all the teachers 
you meet will be of the quality of those here. As you go 
forward, you will look back at the time you spent here with a 
warm heart and as some of the most important years of your 
lives. 

As we all know, if our university experience does anything, 
it enables us to be better servants to those around us as well 
as better human beings. All of us know that a satisfactory life 
must be measured by its usefulness to others and to God. 

May the Class of 1996 go forth to apply wisdom in service. 

Sincerely, 

Jacob C. Martinson 
President 



President's Statement • 9 



Heather Sinclair takes a walk on the new 
bricks in front of the Campus Center to 
buy the High Point Enterprise. Copies of 
Winston-Salem Journal, Greensboro News & 
Record, and USA Today are available. Stu- 
dents can now get all the news in less than 
half the time. 



Andre' samples ice cream from the 
new soft-serve machine in the caf- 
eteria. Other changes include a tree- 
standing kiosk for buffet-style ser- 
vice and a new tile floor and carpet- 
ing throughout the dining hall. 




Foreign exchange students Pam Green 
and Renee Clark have a talk as they take 
a leisurely stroll along the Greensward 
in front of Finch Ha 

Cooke Hall gets a face lift during the 
school year as it gets ready for the 
upgraded computer lab. Students will 
be able to access the Information High- 
way as well as take computer courses. 



10 • Campus Changes 




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Susan Prouty and Carrie Moore enjoy a 
tete-a-tete on the new sofa in Belk Hall. 
All residence halls got new couches 
and tables in the lounges. 

A circular driveand brass letteringgrace 
the new entrance to the University from 
Montileu Avenue. Another similar 
circle is located on West College Drive. 




Founder's Campaign vision is realized as several 
changes occur throughout the University 




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ENOVATIONS & RESULTS 



As with most institutions of higher learning, High Point University 
is a center for growth, change and new ideas. This was apparent even 
in our physical surroundings as improvements were made in 
several buildings, which ultimately benefitted our students and campus 
community. New classrooms, computer labs, attractive renovations 
to the cafeteria and residence halls enhanced the feeling of growth. 



Campus Changes • 11 



ORIENTATION 

A CrasL Course Jin 1 ollege 







Registration can be an overwhelming 
experience for some, but this lucky 
freshman gets one-on-one guidance. 



12 • Orientation 




A lone freshman stands 
ready to face the challenges 
of living in a residence hall. 



Ready, set, go! Freshmen go all out in 
the Bungee Run during the Orientation 
Lawn Party- 




Sumo wrestling was a ton of fun for 
everyone. 




A 

Closer 
Look 
At 
Orientation 



Orientation marks a time of transition for our new students, 
their families, and our campus community. For some, it is a 
time of welcome; for others, a time to say goodbye (for now) 
and best wishes for the days ahead. 

Each step within this two week long program is carefully 
designed to create a sense of understanding of theUniversity, 
personal achievement, and belonging for everyone involved. 
Student Orientation Leaders guide their student groups 
through the rigors of registering, meetings, residence hall 
move in, and events, while giving each student special atten- 
tion. 

Orientation also included several social events which gave 
new and returning students a chance to mingle. By the end 
of these two weeks, freshmen could sit back and know they 
just survived a crash course in what it is like to be in college. 



Orientation • 13 



No comic books for this co-ed. He's ditch- 
ing up on the latest policitcal trends and 
the Beatles Anthology. 



LoriWinedinst, Julie Foxwell, Lauren 

Ripley and Erin Flannery wait anx- 
iously in the M cE wen Lobby for their 
pizza delivery. 



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Everyone enjoys a call from home, espe- 
cially if it includes the promise of a 
much needed check! 

Shannon Magee, Sidney Martins, 
Heather Henderson and Kristy Weeks 
take a break from watching "Friends". 



14 • Residence Halls 




Channel surfing has become a popluar 
past-time since cable was installed in 
all of the Residence Halls. 

Wendy Whitemght and Mariko Koike 
hang out in McEwen Hall before leav- 
ing for a night out dancing at a local 
club. 





More than just a place to sleep 



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esidence Halls 



Students spend almost 70% of their time outside of the classroom, and much 

of that extra time is spent in the Residence Halls. Many students make the 

mistake of referring to their halls as "dorms" , but there is more going on than 

just sleeping. Resident Assistants plan hall meetings and educational 

programming. Community Councils meet and decide on ways to improve 

their communities. Study groups and informal "gab" sessions can be found 

in any lounge at all hours of the day or night. 

Residence Halls* 15 



HOMECOMING 

A Otair~JL/il Oail 




After sixteen hours of hard work, the 
sunken pirate ship greets students and 
alumni as they arrive. All aboard! 



16 • Homecoming 




Homecoming King and Queen Keith 
Anderson and April Sides pause briefly 
as Dr. Martinson introduces the new 
court. 



Melissa Lansberg, Colleen O'Brien, and 
April Sides a wait the announcement of 
Homecoming Queen 1995. 




Carol Boggess and James Eisenbry 
beam with pride at the success of Home- 
coming. Both students were members 
of the Homecoming Committee and 
spent twodays decorating for theevent. 




A Star-lit 
Sail Dazzles 
Students and 
Alumni 



Boasting record ticket sales, Homecoming proved to be a 
stellar success. Held at Market Square, over 800 students, 
alumni, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate being a part of 
High Point University. 

The Homecoming Committee used over 10,000 feet of white 
lights, 400 balloons, and made two gold sailboats and a 
sunken ship to carry out the theme, "A Star-Lit Sail." 

Students voted the preceding week on their choices for 
Homecoming King and Queen. The big man on campus was 
Keith Anderson, and a surprised April Sides was selected as 
queen of the event. 

The dance floor remained packed all night as revelers danced 
to the alternating sounds of an eight-piece band, Ron Moody 
and the Centaurs, and a DJ. But, alas, all good parties must 
end. Those who attended left with more wonderful memo- 
ries of being a part of the University. 



Homecoming •17 



Mike Goldspeil,GusViero, and Kyle 
Ready, set. ..go! Riders for the Annual Wade survey their hard work plant- 
Bike For Breath helped raise funds for the ing trees during Hands on High 
American Lung Association. Point. 

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Chris Berman samples the snacks at the 
American Red Cross Canteen after do- 
nating blood. 

Kappa Delta members get into the vol- 
unteer spirit as they await a visit from 
under-privileged children 
fromParkview and Norwood Elemen- 
tary schools for trick or treating. 



18 • Volunteer Activities 



Several times during the academic year 
students line up to donate the gift of life 
at American Red Cross Bloodmobiles. 



Kristy Morrison has a blast planting 
flowers in the rain at Parkview 
Elementaryfor Circle K Service Orga- 
nization. 





The spirit of giving 



V 



olunteerism 



Being a part of a community means helping others. At High Point 
University, students log over 15,000 hours in community service volunteer 
activities. The Campus Connection Volunteer Center helped match up 
volunteers with agencies in need. The American Red Cross held several 
blood drives during the year and students responded by donating over 100 
pints of blood. Through all that we do, we have proven ourselves as a 

community that cares. 

Volunteer Activities • 19 



Bye Bye Birdie 




Renee Clark performs "The Telephon 
Hour". 



20 • Musical 




The word of Kim's pinning spreads 
Kim MacAfee bemoans what it's like to like wildfire during "The Telephone 
be a teenage girl. Hour." 




Ardent fans proclaim their love for 
Conrad Birdie as they repeatedly sing 
"We Love You, Conrad." 




Tower Players 
Draft Top 
Actors for Fall 
Musical 



Continuing their tradition of excellence, the Tower Players 
entertained audiences with spectacular Family Weekend 
performances of Bye Bye Birdie . Director Rodney Luck led a 
talented cast in three well-attended shows November 2-4, 
1995. 

Auditions were open to the campus to create the slate of 
actors. Shannon Magee, a freshman member of the cast, said, 
"I really had a good time doing it (the play). We had a lot of 
fun, and I met a lot of people." Several veteran actors from last 
year's production, Annie , returned to the stage. David Miller 
played Hugo Peabody, Bria n Ersalesi played Albert Peterson, 
and Chase Bowers played Rose Alvarez. Paul Cottrell, a 
sophomore who saw the show, commented that David Miller's 
personality matched that of ie character he plaved. "It made 
the show more enjoyable to see David so comfortable in his 
part." 



Musical • 21 



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International Student Day included . 
Exchange students spend a semester special dinner in the Cafe and entertain 
in England living and learning. ment. 




The sun sets on the chapel located on the 
campus of Westminster, England. 

The members of the International Club 
gather to celebrate Thanksgiving by 
hosting a dinner. 



22 •International Day 




Professor Pat Haun and crew gather at 
the airport to head home from Ireland. 

Hania Qubein and Alisa McDonald 
stand on the second floor of the Eiffel 
Tower in Paris. 




Spanning the globe 




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nternational students 



At High Point University we are part of a greater, global community. Each 

year we welcome students from over 30 countries. As we embrace different 

cultures on our own campus, we send forth our own students who travel 

abroad to live and visit and learn about other people and their ways. 

This unique blend of national and international viewpoints adds to our 

campus community and helps make High Point University part of the 

global community. 

International Day • 23 



Campus Activities 



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Students enjoy some friendly competi- 
tion during the Orientation Lawn Party 
sponsored by the Student Life Office. 

Students and staff participate in the 
first-time offered karate class for non- 
credit. 




Virtualitv is a big hit as students ven- 
tured into the world of 3-D virtual real- 
ity sponsored by the Office of Student 
Activities. 



Orientation is a joint venture between 
the academic and student life offices, 
but the real driving force is the volun- 
teer efforts of the upperclass students 
who served as leaders and mentors. 



24 • Campus Activities 




Paul Cottrell, Student Activities Board 
Publicity Chair, finishesanother poster 
to advertise an upcoming event. 



Regency 5-Man a capella singing group 
rocked the Cafe at another Student 
Activities Board Event. 





Chapel services are another way stu- 
dents can gather share fellowship while 
learning in a non-classroom setting. 



Involvement: 
The Key to 
Success with 
Campus 
Activities 



When class and study time were over, it was time to 
get involved with campus activities. Virtually every 
night of the week boasted an opportunity for stu- 
dents to attend meetings, hall programs and special 
event productions. A Leadership Lecture Series was 
conducted on Tuesday nights by the Office of Stu- 
dent Activities, while on-campus Chapel Services 
drew students together in fellowship on Wednes- 
day nights. Thursdays hosted special event pro- 
gramming by the newly restructured Student Ac- 
tivities Board, which became a branch of the 
Student Government Association. Off-campus ex- 
cursions on Fridays helped students get to know our 
local area by visiting the zoo, bowling alleys, muse- 
ums, etc. The big draw for most students was Satur- 
day nights at the movies, an event sponsored by the 
Student Activities Board. 



Campus Activities • 25 



Thf Pi Kappa Alpha team shows off 
The Lambda Chi Alpha team gathers to their skill by taking control of the 
do a pep cheer before their game. ba 




Coach Brian Kemp completed his sec 
ond year organizing the intramural pro 
gram. 

Some of the team players from Zeta 
Tau Alpha sorority pause fora moment 
before taking the field. 



26 •Intramurals 




Rich Waddington is once again the 
quaterback for the Lambda Chi's Ulti- 
mate Frishee team. 



Former High Point University Soccer 
Captain, Dean Preston, waves to the 
crowd of adoring fans as the Soccer 
Championships get ready to begin. 











Having fun and playing hard 




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ntramurals 



No campus would be complete without an organized program that 
allowed physical activity paired with fun and fellowship. At High Point 
University the Intramural Program helped fullfill that mission and pro- 
moted good sportsmanship and encouraged outdoor activity and friendly 
competition. Brian Kemp, Intramural Director, planned a comprehensive 
program which included soccer, volleyball, basketball, tennis, water sports, 

softball and racquetball. 

Intramurals* 27 



Holidays 

C eleWaitiiig special times wiua our campus ana local commiuinilty 




The High Point University Panther gets 
up close and personal during the Hal- 
loween party. 



Students from campus organizations ;$«■■'] 
help guide the elementary children 
safely around campus as they go trick- 
or-treating. 



28 • Holidays 




Children from Parkview Elementary 
search among the spring flowers for 
hidden Easter eggs. 



Julie Sauerbry and Michelle Webb get 
into the holiday spirit as they lead the 
procession to the Christmas tree light- 
ing. 




Kyle Wade proves he is a good sport by 
donning his alter ego "The Great Pump- 
kin". 




Holidays: 

A time to show 

we care. 



Holidays were a wonderful time to be on campus 
and share in the joy of the season. As we celebrated 
High Point University traditions like the Lessons 
and Carols Chapel service and the Christmas tree 
lighting, new traditions were being formed. 

Last year, a group of students, headed by Keith 
Corbett, began inviting under-privileged children 
from the community to share Halloween and 
Easterwith our students. Over 150 children partici- 
pated in each event, and the student volunteer 
response spanned the campus. 

High Point University is a community that cel- 
ebrates and cherishes the holidays and chooses to 
share by giving the best of ourselves. 



Holidays • 29 



We are from near and far, but we come together to 
form one community - High Point University 



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Divider • 31 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 



I was in the cafe, and me 
and Donnie Frank were 



I fell on the wet steps of 



my jeans, and lost my 
food! 



Everyone looked. 



ball. So he threw a straw- 
berry at me. It hit my OJ 
glass which spilled on 
me, and I fell on the 
ground. 



made fun of at the RA 
Banquet. 



KENNETH SMITH, JR 



SEAN PHIFER 



JULIE ANGLE 





Annette B J»ei 



'Iwlu-mii- Buetlko 



Seniors • 33 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 



I like the fact that 



My favorite changes are 
the Millis Center and the 



Montileu was closed so I addition of the raquetball 



don't have to dodge cars 

on my way to my 8 am 

class. 



courts. I loved saying 

goodbye to Montileu and 

the ATM machine. 



I'm glad to have better 

Internet access. When we 

first came here there was 

no access. Now everyone 

uses it! 



When I started at High 
Point College, we had a 
small staff. Now, as a 
university, we have more 
funding for more profes- 
sors and bigger and better 

departments. We even 
have a master's program. 



JULIE ANGLE 



CHRIS HARWELL 



JIMMY DORFF 



LEIGH ANN ABRAHAM 





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34 • Seniors 



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Seniors • 35 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 




I've learned to relate to 

people with different 

backgrounds and beliefs. 



I've learned that the 

friends you make in 

college are the ones you 

keep forever. 



Friendship can get you 
through almost anything. 



A lot of times people you 

think you know, you 

don't really know, but 

there's always someone 

there to support you, 

maybe someone you 

never expected. 



JULIE SAUERBRY 



JOE OLINGER 



JULIE ANGLE 



RUTH ANN MILAM 





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Seniors • 37 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 




Dr. Hodge's Modem Lit 
class. I didn 't like the CDr. Noxson in Account- 
course work, so it was ing. I had to study extra 
challenging to keep up, hard and I got a tutor. 

but it taught me to work 

hard and know that I can 
achieve if I try. 



Dr. Ramke's Sociological 

theory. It's challenging 

trying to understand 

theorists' concepts. 



Organic Chemistry with 
Dr. Bowman. I'm sur- 
prised I made it through. 
Perseverence paid off. 



RUTH ANN MILAM 



GRETA MILES 



CHRIS MARTIN 



LORICE BELL 








38 • Seniors 



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SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 



if want to go to graduate 
choolfor sports manage- 
t ment and work with a 
pro team in public rela- 
tions department. 



I'm going to medical 
school, but I keep chang- 
ing my mind. Right now, 

I think for pediatrics. 



I plan to go to Duke 

University School of 

Environment and major 

in Resource Economics 

and Policy. 



Take a long break! 



GRETA MILES 



LORICE BELL 





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Seniors • 41 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 



Stick it out through the 

tough times; college is 

about change and there 

will be hard times, but 

it's worth it. 



Don't say "I don't want 



Get to know Dr. Warde - 
and your other professors. 
They're your best re- 
sources. Stick with it - 



RUTH ANN MILAM 



to do that" before you try these really are some of 
it. Give everything a the best years of your life, 

chance. Don't be afraid to have 

fun and take risks. 



JULIE SAUERBRY 



MELINDA SMITH 



Don't complain about 

having nothing to do at 

HPU before you go out 

there and tnj 

everything.Yes, it's a 

small community, but if 

you go out there and give 

part of your time, HPU 

will give you as much in 

return. 



HANIA QUBEIN 





42 • Seniors 



In what way have you left the University a better place? 






44 • Seniors 



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SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 




With the help of others, 

I've leftAPO a better 

organization. 



I think I've helped people 

stay in school. By being a I've been very active in y ve tried to get Kappa 

student leader, people feel lots of organizations. As C hi started and ndped 
like they can come to me an RA, I know I've helped make it strong and pro . 
for help with a problem, people decide to stay here. vide a good f ounda tion to 

goon. 



CHRIS HARWELL 



JULIE SAUERBRY 



JULIE ANGLE 



KENNETH B. SMITH, JR. 





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MJitAS. 



Mary So 



Seniors • 45 



SENIOR PERSPECTIVE 



I was very excited when I 

won Homecoming Queen. 

I never thought I would 

get it 



I enjoyed working with 

the EDP staff. They're 

remarkable and really 

helped me out a lot. 



It had to have been during 
my freshman year - lying 
in bed and talking to my 

roommate all night - 

sharing past and dreams 

for the future. 



Getting my bid to 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

fraternity. It changed my 

life by making me a part 

of a brotherhood and 

enhancing my time at 

High Point University. 



COLLEEN O'BRIEN 



CHRIS MARTIN 



JULIE SAUERBRY 



JASON ULSCH 





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46 • Seniors 



What is your most special memory of the University? 






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Seniors • 47 



JUNIORS 




Michael Allen 
Brenna Baker 
Chris Batman 
Susan Beane 



Andy Belk 
|ason Bryan 
Phil Bickling 
Denise Boyd 



Florenz Brooke 
Allison Brown 
Natasha Butler 
James Casey 



Lisa Cook 
Julie Craddock 
Karen Curtis 
Kristin Davis 



Jennifer Day 
Craig Donley 
Kristin Ellis 
Katie Evans 



Juniors • 49 



JUNIORS 



Joshua Fitzpatrick 

Sue Gessner 

Kerri Goins 

Nancy Gordon 



Pam Green 

Bradley Harper 

Donna Harvell 

Christine Havens 



Christina Henry 

Scott Herlson 

Peter Hiatrides 

Bonny Hicks 



Mike Hill 

Nicole Home 

Danielle Hurst 

Rob Humphreys 



Carrie Irvine 

Jeremy Jack 

Tawana Jordan 

April Kabbash 



50 • Juniors 





Nasi Kasada 
David King 
Emily King 
John Kinney 



Andrea Kon 
Lynn Lansherg 
Heather Lansing 
Carrie Liss 



Ian Lohr 
Patricia Long 
Scott Lowe 
William McDaniel 




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Juniors • 51 



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O R S 



Audrey McMurrough 

Carey Maloney 

Nami Matsumura 

Jason Miller 



Dana Myslivec 

Brian Nichols 

Brandon Parker 

Dan Fatten 



Jennifer Paulson 
Andrea Poag 
Todd Raleigh 
Chad Reeves 



David Resch 

Frances Rich 

Danielle Ritchie 

Alicia Romano 



Athena Scott 

John Shaw 

Ted Sikes 

Jami Simpson 




52 • Juniors 




Marshall Sink 
Tracy Snelbaker 
Kimberly Stives 
Tracy Tarr 



William Thompson 
Krisry Weeks 
Kevin Weyer 
Wesley Wright 




Juniors • 53 



SOPHOMORES 



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Wendy Atkins 

Jennifer Baczewski 

km Baumeister 

Chris Bertnan 



Barbara Bickford 

Aaron Blagg 
Holly Blizzard 
Melissa Bogle 



Veronda Bryk 
John Buday 

Esther Butler 
Christie Catania 



Shana Cheek 

Shanley Childress 

Kimberly Cleary 

Sharea Colmes 



Beth Cody 

Ashley Copeland 

Jennifer Coppedge 

Heidi Coryell 




54 • Sophomores 



Paul Cottrell 
Brendan Davis 
essica Dawber 
Stephanie Delamater 




Sophomores • 55 



SOPHOMORES 



Clarence Evans 

Rob Ferguson 

John Folk 

Dameon Foster 



Lisa Fuller 

Jennifer Gauntt 

Lindsay Gentz 

|on Hancock 



Valena Harper 

Ben Hartsell 

Holly Hendley 

Jamie Henton 



Tanya Hollingsworth 

Carol Hooker 

Laura Home 

Christa Hrynyshen 



Carol Hughes 

Zach Johnston 

Holly Jurgensen 

Wendy King 




56 • Sophomores 




Bridget Lanigan 
Tracy Lovejoy 
Gary Loy 
Brent MacFarland 



Molly McBride 
Tina Mackie 
Gavin Magaha 
Shannon Martin 



Jason Mela 
David Miller 
Dennis Miller 
Jamese Morris 



Kristi Morrison 
Brittany Mullins 
Rush Muzekari 
Jason Myers 



Matthew Nixon 
Jennifer Pahner 
Aimee Pennuto 
Von Phanthalack 



Sophomores • 57 



SOPHOMORES 



Susan Proutv 

Stephanie Quimby 

Dawn Reilly 

Keith Ridgeway 



Todd Rion 

Rich Roddin 

Jennifer Romagna 

Sarah Rowland 



Susan Rushbrook 

Heather Schwartz 

Christina Scott 

Seung-Mo Seok 



Heather Sinclair 

Mitchell Smith 

Amy Stark 

Mark Sutton 



Christopher Tate 

Amanda Taylor 

Charles Thompson 

Samatha Tognela 




58 • Sophomores 




Jennifer Tomasello 
Nikki Tomlinson 
Rebecca Trout 
Robert Wade 



Brian Walczak 
Carol Walker 
Jamie Walsh 
Victoria Walsh 



Brent Ward 
Shannon Weinberg 
Grant Welch 
Tom Weldm 



Wesley Wilson 
Ray Woosley 
Leigh Workman 
Emmalyn Yamrick 



Sophomores • 59 



FRESHMEN 




Jessica Altman 

Jennifer Andrews 

Justin Ashell 

Jody Attinello 



Brent Ayers 

Geoff Ball 

Shannon Basham 

Chad Baucom 



Erin Bell 

Megan Bell 

Melissa Beauchamp 

Michael Bennington 



Sarah Bennington 

Jennifer Benton 

Farrah Betts 

Kalyn Bowers 



Brand i Bowman 

Marci Boyd 

Jennifer Boyer 

Kathryn Brady 




60 • Freshmen 




Christopher Brewer 
Mindi Brown 
Jason Brownell 
Megan Brown-Mull 



Jacqueline Broy 
Kathleen Brunetti 
Steven Brvant 
Nathan Budd 



Bradlev Bumgarnei 
Doug Burdick 
Amy Burgess 
Sean Carroll 




Freshmen • 61 



FRESHMEN 



I 



Elise Caskev 

Robert Chase 

Wendee Chiarelli 

Renee Clark 



Lisa Coble 

Sam Coburn 

Amy Coffman 

Patrick Condron 



Kris Craig 

Brandi Cranfill 

Willette Crosby 

Shannon Crump 



Michelle Dalton 

Anthony Damico 

Brian Davis 

James Davis 



David Dawood 

Knsti Dennis 

Laurel Donley 

Chris Dnseoll 




62 • Freshmen 




Crystal Duncan 
Andrea Dunn 
Rodney Easterling 
Ben Eckman 



Samantha Eddy 
Heidi Edsall 
Porsha Edwards 
Daniele Eller 



Kimberly Farrel 
Erin Flannery 
Julie Foxwell 
Chris Freeman 



Jessica Frey 
Krishna Fritz 
Sharon Fulton 
Jennifer Garner 



Pamela Garwacki 
Jennifer Gay 
Heather Geedv 
Jessalvn Geerdes 



Freshmen • 63 



FRESHMEN 



I 



John Giandoni 

Rachel Gips 

Daniel Gill 

Sean Gordon 



Shannon Gorrell 

Allison Haberfield 

Chloe Harding 

Derek Harmon 




Ashley Harris 

Patricia Harris 

Gregory Hays 

Brenna Hedrick 



64 • Freshmen 




Andrew Holswade 
Edwin Hopkins 
Beverly Hudson 
Mil Hudson 



Jennifer Jardine 
April Johnson 
Kristy Johnson 
Nicole Johnson 



Dencil Justice 

Gena Kates 
Greg Keener 
Bridget Key 



Im-Hyun Kim 
Michelle Kirkman 
James Kite 
Amy Klein 



Meghan Kline 
Vandana Kulkarni 
Brad Leahy 
Tenille Leak 



Freshmen »65 



FRESHMEN 



Matthew Lee 

John Legun.III 

Linda Lerch 

Catherine Loughran 



Allison Lubina 

Jill McCarn 

Joel McConnell 

Michael McCormaek 



Cynthia McDonald 

Jennifer McDonald 

Jessie McUrath 

Tara McKenzie 



Cristin McNeill 

Jamie Macon 

Shannon Magee 

Leigh Magraw 



Jeremy Mais 

Pat Malloy 

Katherine Mannion 

Robert Marciniak 




66 • Freshmen 




Sidney Martins 
Sarah Matheny 
Lakiesha Matthews 
Sean Mintz 



Megan Moreland 
Megan Morgan 
Jamie Morris 
Keith Montecalvo 



Althea Mottas 
Karri Neal 
Rachel Neal 
Chuong Nguyen 




Freshmen • 67 






FRESHMEN 



Ricky Norman 

Heath [Morris 

Kevin Oldham 

Stephanie Oliver 



Leo Orlov 

Karey Paavilainen 

Angela Papavasiliou 

Dawn Parks 



Michael Perhach 

Jonas Peters 

Heather Phillips 

Justin Picolet 



Nicole Pizzo 

Karyn Poag 

Christa Poole 

Adam Pranger 



Carisa Preston 

Danesha Raines 

Christopher Rash 

Heather Ren wick 




68 • Freshmen 




Lauren Ripley 

Dallas Robertson 
Joy Rogers 
Crystal Rollins 



Benjamin Rooke 
Amber Sakaduski 
Russo Salvatore 
Peter Santacasa 



Chanthasorn Sayaphet 
Michael Schwartz 
Valerie Scott 
Michelle Seaman 



Kevin Sellers 
Caroline Sexton 
Monique Shirley 
Jeremy Shore 



Kevin Shute 
Michael Smith 
Nicole Smith 
Rebecca Smith 



Freshmen • 69 



FRESHMEN 




Amy Spencer 

Anita Spivey 

Brian Staiger 

Nathan Stephens 



Margaret Stewart 

Myron Stewart 

Amy Stoll 

John Stubblefield 



Paige Stratton 

Patrick Sullivan 

Dena Summey 

Corinne Swanson 



Jennifer Teague 

Greg Thomas 

Kelly Thompson 

Rebecca Toney 



Dave Traenker 

Jason Tucker 

David Tuxhorn 

Patricia Tusler 




70 • Freshmen 




Hendrix Valenzuela 
Kenneth Vanella 
Ryan VandeMark 
Brandon Van House 



( .us Vieira 
Chris Vocke 
Derita Ward ell 
Erika Waschkowski 



Wendy Whitenight 
Tina Weaver 
Michael Waters 
Katharine Whitton 



Jeremiah Wills 
Brian Wise 
Holi Wynn 
Suzanne Zar 



Freshmen • 71 



EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM 



Brian Adolph 

Lee Ann Alls 

Gaye Anderson 

Christine Beck 



Carol Bennett 

Donna Blyth 

Michael Boyles 

Alphonse Brannon 



Mark Bverly 

John Chucci 

Sue Crawford 

Donna Davis 



Angela Easter 

Elizabeth Folsom 

Traci Gillette 

Julie Gordon 



Michael Gordon 

Tamara Gurlev 

Linda Harrison 

Mandy Jessup 




72 • EDP 




Chris Johnson 
Katina Joyce 
Linda Kelly 
Donna Lawson 



Derek Ledhetter 
Tracy Marshall 
Jamie Minton 
Vonda Moon 



Jean Nail 
Connie Painler 
Debbie Peel 
Sparkel Puryear 



Joy Quesenberry 
Walt Richardson 
Rosemary Smothers 
Edward Tapper 



EDP • 73 



G 



RADUATE STUDIES 

MASTEROFSCIENCEBUSINESSPROGRAMS 



Students in the Human Issues in 
Contemporary Management class 
discuss the theories they study and 
how they relate to personal experi- 



Graduate Students in Management: 
Jim Cortes, David Blackman, Ann 
Leak. 





A Closer Look 








^ss^sStoL*,. 





Dennis Bogue 



Management Major 

'The program is 
very busy and very 
good. I own my own 
business, and I can 
use the information 
from my classes in 
my daily work." 



Ann Leak 



Management Major 

"I love the program. 
It's hard, but I'm 
having so much fun. 
It's so convenient for 
a working person 
coming to class once 
a week." 



Malinda Day 



International 
Management Major 

"The program is a 
great asset to our 
area. This degree is 
the foundation I 
needed to go into 
international trade." 



Jim Cortes 



Management Major 

"Professionally, this 
program has helped 
me get a better job. 
Personally, I'm 
expanding my 
horizons and making 
new friends." 



74 • Graduate Students 



Dr. Carole Head introduces guest 
lecturer, Ms. Marielle Belhassen, to 
her Intercultural Perspectives in 
Business class. 



Dr. Marlon Winters prepares to hand 
out his brain-teasing midterm exam 
to an anxious group of students. 

Smaller classes make it easier for 
students interact and enjoy each 
other and their professors. 




Mac McGuire 



International 
Management Major 

"The program is 
very interesting, very 
stimulating. I want to 
teach economics or 
international busi- 
ness when I retire 
from the post office." 



Management Major 

"I graduated from 
James Madison 
University and was 
looking for a good 
program. I applied 
here first and was 
accepted! " 



International Management Majors: 
Kimberly Marriott, MalindaDay, Grant 
Mastin, T.l. Todd, Anna Hendrix. 



Graduate Students • 75 



FACULTY 



S T A 




76- Faculty & Staff 




President's Office 

Ms. Dean Royall, Dr. Jacob Martinson 



Academic Affairs 

Mrs. Barbara Cagle, Dr. Vance Davis 



Administrative Affairs 

Dr. E. Roy Epperson, Mrs. Carolyn Stout 



Internal Affairs 

Ms. Carolyn Bain, Dr. Morris Wray 



Factdty & Staff • 77 



FACULTY 



S T A F 



Business fc Financial Affairs 
Mrs. Dwanna Hayworth, Mr. Bob Hayes 



Institutional Advancement 

Ms. Ellen White, Ms. Christine Rollins, 

Ms. Marthe Moreland, Mrs. Debra Scott, 

Mrs. Carole Hampton, Ms. Mary Lisabeth 

Strowd, Mrs. Betty Lou Blount, Mr. John 

Lefler 



Office of Minister to the University 
Dr. Hal Warlick, Mrs. Jo Ann Hupperich 



Graduate Studies 

Ms. Charlene Fleischman, 

Dr. Alberta Herron 



78 • Faculty & Staff 





Registrar's Office 

Mrs. Rhonda Grimsley, Ms. Diana Estey, 

Mrs. Ann Miller 



Behavioral Sciences Department 
Front Row: Dr. Jana Spain, Dr. Deborah 
Danzis, Dr. Richard Spong, Mrs. Mauna 
Shea, Mr. William Cope Row 2: Dr. Allen 
Goedeke, Dr. Wayne Messer, Mrs. Mary 
Anne Busch, Dr. Ron Ramke 



gy Department 
Dr. Chuck Smith, Mr. Ian VanLare, Dr. 
Gerald Smith, Dr. Fred Yeats, Dr. Linda 
Curtis 



Business Department 

Front Row: Dr. Marlon Winters, Dr. Frankie 
Gurganus, Mrs. Iris Mauney, Dr. Richard 
Bennington, Dr. Vickie Olson, Dr. Gerald 
Fox Row 2: Dr. James Adams, Dr. George 
Coggins, Dr. Elizabeth Dull, Mr. Edward 
King, Mr. Phillip McBrayer, Mr. George 
Noxon, Dr. Troy Anders, Dr. Jim Worley, 
Dr. Richard Hargrove, Dr. William Conley 



Faculty & Staff • 79 



FACULTY 



Chemistry Dep artment 

Dr. Gray Bowman, Dr. Charles Warde, 

Dr. Wid Painter 



STAFF 



Educat ion Department 

Front Row: Dr. Mariann Tillery, 

Dr. Barbara Leonard, Dr. Wanda Powers 

Row 2: Dr. Tom Albritton, Dr. Dennis 

Carroll, Dr. Heidi Summey 



English Department 

Ms. Alice Sink, Ms. Georgeanna Sellers, 

Dr. Lee Baker, Dr. Martha Gleaton, 

Dr. Katherine Fowkes Row 2: Dr. Tom 

Albritton, Dr. John Moehlmann, Mr. Mike 

Gaspeny, Dr. Marion Hodge 



Evening Degree Program 

Front Row: Mrs. Maurine Mosteller, 

Ms. Gail Curtis, Mrs. Amelia Penland 

Fuller, Ms. Carol Branard Row 2: Mr. Joe 

Morris, Dr. Earl Crow, Mrs. Catherine Kin 

Ms. Kay Cromwell 



80 • Faculty & Staff 





Fine Arts Department 
Mrs. Alexa Schlimmer, Dr. Cherl Harrison, 
Mr. William Webb, Mr. Michael Campman, 
Lea Lackey-Zachmann, Ms. Marcia 
Mr. David Huff 



Exercise Science. Sport Studies, 
& Physical Education 
Front Row: Mr. Jim Speight, Mrs. Nancy 
Groh, Mr. Woody Gibson, Dr. Joe 
Ellenburg, Mr. Dan Tarara, Mr. Bob 
Davidson, Mr. Jerry Tertzagian Row 2: 
Mr. Rick Proctor, Mr. Brian Kemp, Mr. Dee 
Sasser, Dr. Charlie Futrell, Mr. Jerry Steele, 
Mrs. Kitty Steele 





istory/Political Science Department 
Dr. James Stitt, Dr. Richard McCaslin, 
Dr. Peng Deng, Dr. Van Hansen, 
Dr. Kathleen Carter, Mr. John Altaian, 
Dr. Larry Simpson, Dr. Rick Schneid 



Math Department 

Front Row: Mr. Adam Greer, Mrs. Shirley 
Robertson, Dr. Nelson Page Row 2: 
Dr. Dean Oppegaard, Mr. Manyon Idol, 
Mr. Vernon Liberty, Ms. Lisa Carnell 







Faculty & Staff • 81 



FACULTY 



S T A F 



Modem Foreign Language Dep artment 

Dr. Jean-Francois Tlorens, Dr. Guy M. 

Arcuri, Ms. Marielle Belhassen, 

Dr. Guillermina Elissondo, Dr. Carole Head, 

Dr. Susan Linker 



Religion/Philosophy Department 

Dr. Phillip Norwood, Dr A. Berry Crawford, 

Dr. Hal Warlick Row 2: Dr. Clint Corcoran, 

Dr. Carole Stoneking, Dr. Earl Crow, Ms. Jo 

Ann Hupperich 



Library 

Mr. Robert Burns, Ms. Karen Hardie, 

Ms. Judy Hitchcock, Mrs. La-Nita Williams, 

Mr. Mike Ingram, Mr. David Bryden, 

Ms. Pat Sager 



Admissions Office 

Ms. Mona Lovett, Mr. Arthur W. Fadde, 

Ms. Barbara Masi, Ms. Terri Smith, 

Ms. Amy Davis, Mr. Jim Schlimmer 



82 • Faculty & Staff 




Office of Student Life 

Front Row: Ms. Amy Deuterman, 

Ms. Katherine Hill, Mr. Gart Evans Row 2: 

Ms. Sam Beck, Ms. Elizabeth Ann Murphy, 

Ms. Erin Connors, Ms. Marilyn Wolf, 

Ms. Donna Harper Row 3: Ms. Heather 

Puckett, Ms. Michele Brown, Mr. Martin 

Hicks, Ms. Betsy Orcutt 



LAC 

Ms. Sarah Gomez, Mr. Craig Curty 




Ms. Ginger Lewis, Mr. Brian Jones, 
Mr. BillBeil 



Business Office 

Front Row: Ms. Melita McCroskey, Mr. Jim 
Spessard Row 2: Ms. Pansy Koontz, 
Ms. Samantha Dutton, Ms. Jane Kimrey, 
Ms. Jean McDowell 



Faculty & Staff • 83 



FACULTY 



S T A F 



Financial Aid 

Front Row: Mr, Scott Callahan, Ms, Kathy 

Tipton, Ms. Kay Stroud Row 2: Beth 

Johnson, Ms. Dianne Baxter, Ms. Amy 

Berrier, Ms. Cathy Hunt, Ms. Roberta 

Powell, Mr. Jay Schultz 



Purchasing Department 
Ms. Melita McCroskey 



Switchboard 
Ms. Mary Jo Jenkins-Caris, Ms. Geri 

Chisholm 



Infirmary 

Front Row: Dr. Austin Fortney Row 2: Ms. 

Judy Green, Ms. Kathleen Ingram, Mrs. 

Joyce Isenhour 



84 • Faculty & Staff 





Safety 

Mr. Ed Cannady, Mr. Thomas Matsinger, 
Mr. Charles Norton, Ms. Susan Hodge, Mr. 
Rick Velat, Mr. Willaxd Kiser 



Post Office 
Ms. Jean Tucker 



Athletic Department 

Mr. Dee Sasser, Mr. Jimmie Burchette, Mr. 

Mike Tuttle, Mr. Tooey Loy/Ms. Kim 

Grissett 




Bookstore 

Ms. Sandra Shaffer, Ms. Gerry Hill, Ms. 

Phyllis Osborne, Ms. Kathy Hill-Thomas 



Faculty & Staff • 85 



FACULTY 



S T A F 



ARAMARK 

Ms. Kelli Harris, Mr. Bill Norman, Mr. Allan 

Auvil, Mr. Mike Masone 



Maintenance Department 
Mr. Bob Verdinek, Ms. Judy Jones 



Landscaping 

Mr. Fred Harris, Mr. Chad Thurlo, 

Mr. Frank Tindall 



Maintenance 

Mr. Steve Izsak, Mr. Dwight Spencer, Mr. 

Chip Southern, Mr. Allan Bare, Mr. Doug 

Froneyberger, Mr. Charles Staley, Mr. 

Ronald Bombriant 



86 • Faculty & Staff 





Housekeeping 

Front Row: Ms. Rosa Dawkins, Ms. Audrey 
Wilson, Ms. Cora Johnson, Ms. Margaret 
Fields Row 2: Mr. Vernell Fowler, Ms. Lynn 
Lyles, Ms. Geraldine Norton, Ms. Gwen 
skeen Row 3: Mr. Glenn Bethea, Ms. Othetta 
Livingston, Mr. Carl Brown, Ms. Margaret 
Carpenter, Mr. Eddie Barcks 



Complex Staff 

Front Row: Ms. Julie Sauerbry, Ms. Michelle 

Webb, Ms. Kristy Weeks, Ms. Lorice Bell 

Row 2: Ms. Erin Connors, Ms. Ruth Ann 

Milam, Ms. Julie Angle, Ms. Andrea 

Waterman, Ms. Aimee Pennuto Row 3: 

Mr. Dave King, Mr. Keith Corbett, 

Ms. Shannon Spohn, Ms. Kristy Morrison 



Belk Hall Staff 

Ms. Carrie Irvine, Ms. Michele Brown, Ms. 

Tracy Lovejoy, Ms. Ted Sikes, Ms. Keith 

Ridgeway 



Finch/Millis Staff 

Front Row: Mr. Kyle Wade Row 2: 

Mr. Martin Hicks, Mr. Mike Hill, 

Ms. Heather Doerr, Ms. Christa Hrynyshen, 

Mr. John Buday Row 3: Mr. Brad Harper, 

Mr. Todd Shipley, Mr. Rob Ferguson, Ms. 

Lizzi Torrone, Mr. Gavin Magaha, 

Ms. Barbara Porrello 



Faculty & Staff • 87 



■** a>«« 



The Greek system brings strangers together who 
become friends, brothers, and sisters for a lifetime. 



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88 • Divider 




Divider • 89 




90 • Greeks 




Amy Deuterman, advisor of 
Panhellenic, and Katherine Hill, advi- 
sor of IFC, work very hard to help 
everything move smoothly. 

The High Point University delegates 
enjoythe South Eastern Panhellenic 
Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. 




Panhellenic 




Panhellenic is the governing body 
of all the sororities at High Point 
University. Each sorority is repre- 
sented and holds an office. 
Panhellenic has a number of re- 
sponsibilities, such as organizing 
Greek Week along with IFC, over- 
seeing Rush, and promoting the 
general interest and welfare of 
Greek life. 






Melissa Ventis-President 
Kristy Weeks-Vice President 
(not pictured: Julie Scott-Treasurer 
and Amanda Brown-Secretary.) 



Panhellenic Officers and Delegates: Row1-Pam Hall, Melissa Ferguson, Amy Deuterman. Row 2: Dana Myslevic, 
Amanda Brown, Julie Scott, Kristy Weeks, Melissa Ventis. 



Greeks • 91 



Inter-Fraternity 
Council 



IMS 








IFC is the governing body of all the 
fraternities at High Point University. Each 
fraternity is represented with four del- 
egates, including its president. IFC has a 
number of responsibilities including 
Greek Week (along with Panhellenic), 
rush, promotion of the Greek system, 
and judicial court. 






\ 




Katherine Hill enjoys her second 
year as IFC advisor. 

IFC Executive Officer: William 
McDaniel, William Thompson, Cory 
Fink, and Jason Horay. 




Trip Hutson, Cory Fink, and Amy 
Deuterman make last minute prepa- 
rations befor the Lip Sync contest. 




The delegates for IFC serve as the governing body for all fraternities. 



Greeks • 92 




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Greeks • 93 



PhiMu 




The Phi class of Fall 1995. 



Mary Beth and Laurie pose Megan and Leigh are spending Just hanging out on the hall, 
wearing their matching shirts. quality time together over the 

summer. 




Row 1 : Carol Boggess, Rosie Silva, 
Pam Hall. Row 2: Jenn Revie, Leigh 
Korba.Tara Kaheny, Barbra Porrello. 



Pre-homecoming, Megan, Leigh and 
Mary Beth. 



Dressed to kill before homecoming. 



94 • Greeks 




Row 1: Denise Boyd, Laurie Cam- 
pos, Shannon Touchton. Row 2: 
Carol Boggess, Tara Kaheny, Leigh 
Korba, Barbra Porrello, Rosie Silva, 
Pam Hall, Jenn Revie. Row 3: 
Stephanie Ogilbee, Mary Beth 
Reichart, Danielle Howell, Aimee 
Walden, Stephanie DeLamater, 
Megan Keenan, Amanda Brown, 
Bethany Anderson, Carey Maloney. 




Here are 4 generations of family. 
Making another banner. 



EC - Tara Kaheny, Mary Beth 
Reichart, Barbra Porrello, Danielle 
Howell, Amanda Brown, Carey 
Maloney, Shannon Touchton, Denise 
Boyd. 



Greeks • 95 



Mike Goldspiel and Kyle Wade make 
a difference through their constant 
involvement in community service. 

Chi Pugh, the lovable sixth street 
dog. 



Lambda Chi Alpha brothers 




Mike Osmond works hard to put the 
finishing touches on his latest mas- 
terpiece. 



Keith Corbett helps Kyle "cotton 
tail" Wade into his bunny costume 
for the Easter egg hunt. 



96 • Greeks 



Lambda Chi Alpha Officers: 
Dave Penna, Tony Pompa, Ryan Pugh, Jason Ulsch^ Keith Corbett, Billy 
Wilkinson, Andy Belk, Trey Scott, Chris Berman, Kyle Wade, Mike Goldspiel 



THE IOTA-PHI ZETACHAPTER OF 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




Mike Osmond does his best "Fat Kyle Wade and Mike Goldspiel: The Lambda Chi Alpha home- Lambda Chis and Phi Mus get 
Albert" impression for the lip- SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE! stead. down 60's style, 

sync contest. 






Lambda Chi Alpha Seniors: 
Row 1 : Dave Penna, Will Nagy, Jay 
Strack, Dean Preston, John Posey, 
Dean Blankenship. Row 2: Duff 
Penny, Scott Hasson, Billy Wilkinson, 
Jason Ulsch, Randy Baker, Steve 
Turner, Jeff Goddard. 

Rich Lamotte, the superior athlete, 
helps keep the Lambda Chi volley- 
ball team in the lead. 



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Ken Breath helps lead Park View 
Elementary School students into 
Millis Hall. The second annual Hal- 
loween Carnival was a great oppor- 
tunity for Lambda Chi's to do some- 
thing for the community, as well as 
give kids a safe way to trick or treat. 



Greeks • 97 



Zeta Tau Alpha 





BS-Heather and LS Jen just Kristy, Heather and Karin spend Becky and Christa before going Kate and Ashleigh are watch- 
hanging out. Easter together at Chimney out for the night. ing a volley ball game. 

Rock, NC. 




Seniors-Row 1 April Sides, Lisa Jones, 
Jen Marshall. Row 2Becky White, 
Jen Young, Heather Haberfifield, 
Jennie Surrat, Lauren Funkhouser. 
Row 3 Heather Henderson, Kerri 
Mumford, Tiffany Moore, Elisabeth 
Southerland, Kim Robinson Katy 
Bushko. 

BS-Megan and LS-Melissa hanging 
out before a mixer. 




April Sides poses for a picture after 
being crowned Homecoming Queen 
1995. 




98 • Greeks 




Hanging out on the hall before going 
to a mixer. 

Steph and Alicia won the award for 
best BS/LS team for 1995. 




Row1: Lori Kuykendall, Jen Marshall, 
Vicki Devins, Alicia Romano, Kristy 
Weeks, Lauren Funkhouser, April Rose. 
Row 2: Kate Quinn, Alex Munday, April 
Sides, Jennifer Sisson, Lisa Mobley, 
Stephanie Quimby, Melissa Goodman, 
Leslie Lloyd. Row 3: Megan Hay, Becky 
White, Heidi Coryell, Kelly Howard, Jen 
Young, Heather Haberfield, Jennie 
Surrat, Katy Bushko, Brooke Florenz. 
Row 4: Lisa Jones, Ashleigh Barbour, 
Christa Hryneshen, Kellie Judge, Heather 
Henderson, Kerri Mumford, Tiffany 
Moore, Elizabeth Southerland, Kim 
Robinson, Megan Hutchins, Melissa 
Ferguson. 






EC-Row 1 Kristy Weeks, Lauren 
Funkhouser, Katy Bushko. Row 2 
Kelly Howard, Kerri Mumford, Kim 
Robinson, Jennie Surrat, Jen Marshall 



Some of the sisters gathering by 
the crest. Zeta is forever. 



Roomates-Megan, Leslie, and Kelly 



Greeks • 99 



Pikes celebrate their annual beach 
weekend, "Gangsters," at Carolina 
Beach. 

Participating in intramural frisbee 
gives Pikes another reason to party 
after a victory. 




The Lip Sync contest required Pikes w »i 
to raid attics for retro-70s clothing 
and music. 



Maria Little and Ryan Petrelli hand 
out candy to trick or treaters in 
Millis Hall. 




Pi Kappa Alpha Officers: 
Tom Feindt, Keith Anderson, David 
Waugh, Ryan Petrelli, Nate Devan. 



100 • Greeks 



THEDELTA-OMEGACHAPTEROF 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




David Waugh, Scott Lowe, and 
Ryan Petrelli stand with pride in 
front of their charter. 



Afire engine provides Pikes an 
opportunity to pose with pride. 



Pikes get excited as they pre- 
pare for opening night of rush. 



The brothers gather early on a 
Saturday morning to begin the 
Adopt-A-Highway service 
project. 




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Pi Kappa Alpha Seniors: 
Row 1: David Waugh, Nate Davan, 
Jason Morgan. Row2: RyanCoughlin, 
Scott Lowe, Keith Anderson. Row 3: 
Tom Feindt, Ryan Petrelli, Hunter 
Rothwell. 



A theme party creates an interest- 
ing diversion from the rigors of aca- 
demic life. 



Pi Kappa Alpha honors the Interna- 
tional President as he makes a spe- 
cial appearance to High Point Uni- 
versity. 



Greeks • 101 



Aloha Gamma Delta 





Rush 1995 Maria Little and Kat and Shannon- Just before Sisterhood! Melissa, Heather Andre and Melissa- Sparkling! 
Danielle Ritchie. going out! and Shannon. 




Seniors-Row 1 Kristal Lassiter, Penny 
Tertzagian, Shannon Doorley, Col- 
leen O'Brien, Row 2 Kristen Beckett, 
Jennifer Massey, Megan Bubble, 
Maureen McGinley. 

Like "mother" like "daughter"- Steph 
and Brittany. 



"Mom" Kat with her "kid" Erin at the 
chapter's 40th celebration. 



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102 • Greeks 



Alpha Gamma Delta Celebrate their 
40th Anniversary. 




EC-Rpw 1 Kristal Lassiter, Julie 
Craddock, Danielle Richie, Penny 
Tertzagian, Shannon Doorley, Col- 
leen O'Brien, Shawna Hart, Stephanie 
Catts, Row 2 Emmalyn Yamrick, 
Melissa Lansberg, TylerO'Connor, 
Dana Myslevic, Maria Little, Jennifer 
Day. 



Row 1 Erin Zizkovich, Emmalyn 
Yamrick, Andrea Waterman Carol 
Walker, Shannon Martin, Angela 
Elliot, Mae Harper, Susan Prouty, 
Heather Bowman, Alyson Mullins, 
Brittany Mullins. Row 2 Penny 
Tertzagian Kat Martin, Cara Helsel, 
Danielle Richie, Tyler O'Conner, Keely 
Walls, Shawna Hart, Lynne Miles, 
Melissa Venetis, Lisa Cook, Melissa 
Lansberg, Stephanie Catts, Jenn Day 
Row 3 Tricia Repici, Maria Little, 
Amy Morgan, Erin Conway, Dana 
Myselvic, Julie Craddock 
JenniferMassey, Colleen O'Brien, 
Kristin Beckett, Shannon Doorley, 
Megan Bubble, Kristal Lassiter, 
Maureen McGinley. 




Sisters Forever! 

Sister Daughter and Sister Mother 
Susan and Mae. 



Greeks • 103 



Theta Chi brothers team up with 
the Alpha Gamma Delta sisters for 
the tug of war event. 

Spending time with brothers is al- 
ways a big part of Theta Chi. 






Brothers clean up for a semi-formal 
function. 

Theta Chis celebrate the recent in- 
duction of their new brothers. 




Theta Chi Officers: 
Row1: KellyO'Donnell,PhillBickling, 
Brian Schmidt.Tony Flemming. Row 
2: Mart Johnson, Gavin Magaha. 




104 • Greeks 



THEEPSILON-ALPHACHAPTEROF 



THETA CHI 



Cononxfsi 

SpfWWjeCloss 

HvrTBAD!! 




Just a portion of the many broth- Brothers relax at their off-cam- Supporting their intramural soc- 
erswhohaveaddedtheirnames pus residence. cer team is part of being a fra- 

to this wall. ternity member. 




Theta Chi Seniors: 
Kyle Pike, Mike Foley, Tony 
Flemming. 

Preparing a meal together requires 
teamwork. 



Theta Chi brothers pull for victory 
against the Siggs. 



Greeks • 105 



Bid Day! 



1 



a Delta 





Jessica and Shannon sure like 
to dress alike. 



Lizzi and Tracy travel through 
Europe. 



Posing before our 40th date 
party. 




Seniors, Row 1 Chantelle Ewen, 
Jessica Pugliese, Allyson Hall, 
Christen Genga, Candy Cain. Row 2 
Staci Sechrest, Katy Kirchhofer, 
Stephanie Dimarzio, Carrie Ramsie, 
Emily Tang, Brenda Egedy, Jenny 
Thomas. 

BS/LS Brenda and Laura hanging 
out on the hall. 



The Kappa Deltas gather for Hallow- 
een night. 



106 • Greeks 










The Kappa Delta 1995 soccer intra- 
mural team. 

Stephanie celebrates her 21st birth- 
day at Garfield's. 




EC- Row1: Julie Scott, Tracy Tarr, 
Natalie Walker, Christen Genga. Row 
2: Koewn Doz, Lizzi Torrone, 
Stephanie DiMarzio, Shannon Spohn. 



Row 1 : Reagan Chapman Chantall 
Ewen, Jessica Pugliese, Genga, 
Nicole Elswick, Annie Meckley, 
Jessica Dawber, Jenny Thomas, 
Becky Trout. Row 2: Nikki 
Thompson, Julie Scott, Alyson 
Hall, Katy Kirchnofer, Tracy Tarr, 
Sara Mateer, Brenda Egedy, 
Stephanie Dimarzio, Sara Reed, 
Natalie Walker, Ada Jenkins, 
Christina Miller. Row 3: Candy 
Cain, Marie Brinks, Lizzi Turrone, 
Carrie Ramsey, Shannon Spohn, 
Karen Fox, Amy Jones, Staci 
Seachrest, Emily Tang, Stacey 
Anderson, Shanley Childress, 
Kelly Gandy, Laura Harris. 



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Greeks • 107 



The new brothers for 1995 gather 
by Hwy. 311. 

Brothers hang out in front of the 
house between classes. 




Big brother Jason Wise receives his 
paddle from little brother Wes 
Wright. 

Brothers travel to Florida for fun 
and games in the swamp. 



Delta Sigma Phi Offificers: 
Row 1: Rob Flynn, Cory Fink, Mart 
Sides. Row 2: Dan Blackburn, Brian 
McDonald, William McDaniel.Row3: 
Roger Young, Dave McFate, Jason 
Wise. 



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Delta Sigma Phi Seniors: 
Scott Pederson, Jay Brown, George 
Dick, Dave McFate, Jason Wise. 

Trip Hutson spikes the ball towards 
his opponent during Greek Week 
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Divider • 115 




Molly McBride takes pride in her 
handiwork at the Rock. 

April Johnson and Jennifer Palmer 
exchange gifts at the sisterhood 
ceremony. 





116 • Organizations 




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Members form a friendship pyramid 
during the fall retreat. 

Jennifer Coppedge and Carol Hughes 
pause after becoming Big Sis and 
Little Sis. 



Organizations • 117 




Members pose at the campus out- 
door picnic shelter after building 
tables us i! service project. 

Kim and her lollipop and Melissa 
enjoy Regionals Halloween Dance 
October 28, 1995. 



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AlphaPhi 
Omega 



Each 

fraternity 
member 
donates at 
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hours in 
service to 
the 

community 
in such 
activities as 
helping cook 
lunch at the 
Urban 
Ministry 
Fathers 
Table. 





Alpha Phi Omega offers service and 
leadership opportunities for both 
men and women. 

Members clown around in prepara- 
tion for the Halloween Haunted 
Lounge. 



Organizations • 119 




Brent Ward, Gus Vieira, and Paul 
Cottrcll proved they have brains 
and brawn as they juggle compli- 
cated event set-ups. 

SAB Front: Lauren Petrosino,Seth 
Carter, Carol Hooker, Jamie Henton. 
Back Row: Brent Ward, Paul Cottrcll, 
Sue Gessner. 



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Student 

Activities 

Board 



Sue Gessne 
produces 
another 
eye- 
catching 
poster for 
an SAB 
event. 





Ben Eckman and Britt Zimmerman 
test the mike as soundman Brent 
c "...- Ward works liis magic. 

Carol Hooker posts tlw latest movie 
night sign. 



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122 • Organizations 



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Organizations • 123 



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Jennifer Coppedge, Kristy Morrison, Bridget Lanigan. Back: Veronda Brvk, Bntt Zimmerman, Wendy Whitenight, Shalon Hickle, Ben Rooke, Ruth 
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Front: Veronda Bryk, Jenn Gauntt, Andrea Kon, Todd Miller, Peter Romanov 
Back: Alice Sink, Annette Buhes, Darren Sweeney 



126 • Organizations 




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Organizations • 127 



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Front: Julie Sauerbry, Juliana Scott, Missy Balazik 

Back: David Tuxhorn, Kristy Morrison, Lizzi Torrone, Michael Smith 



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Front: Tonia Stephenson, Marci Boyd, Jennifer Palmer, Carrie Irvine, Tanesha Green. Middle: Allison Brown, Jen Romagna, Holly Blizzard, Molly 
McBride, Melinda Smith, Hama Qubein, Mickey Rich. Back: Shelby White, Bridget Lanigan, Beth Codv, Amy Spercer, Ruth Ann Milam, Carolann 
Stewart, Johnna Pettit, Kathv Sanders, Knsitin Davis 



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Row 3: Melissa Bogle, Jeff Hann, Jennifer Paulson, Brian Davis. Row 4: Jenn Pahner, Jennifer McDonald. Row 5: Jim Dorff, Megan Klein, Lee Baker. 
Row 6: Brendan Davis, Joe dinger, Chris Rash, Chris Harwell. 




Front: Nasi Kajana, Gary Loy, David Resch, Dave Gears 

Back: Mark Sutton, Marcus Ousley, Brendan Davis, Brian Grant 



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Front: Emmalyn Yamrick, Britt Zimmerman, Keith Anderson, Scott Lowe, Gus Viera, Will Thompson, Seth Carter, Melinda Smith. Middle: Katie 
Evans, Ju he Sauerbrv, Michelle Webb, Brent Aver, Lauren Petnsino, Carol Hooker, Sue Cessner,Kelly Schmidt, ]enmferPahner,L.sa Fuller. Back: Bill 
McDaniel, Pete Yunger, Heather Monica, Carol Boggess, Ben Rooke, Krisri Weeks, Cav.n Magaha, Kristy Morrison, Paul Cottrell, Brian Anntonucci, 
Ted Sikes, Brent Ward, Dean koontz, Jamie Henton, Juan Gomez, Chris Harwell. 



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Front: Director Carol Burnett, Rebecca Toney, Heather Sinclair, Carol-Ann Stewart, xxx Jen Andrews, Jamie Hen ton, Allison Brown, Accompanist Marica 
Dills. Second Row: Carol Walker, Amy Stark, Carrie Irvine, Hania Qubein, Johnna xxx, Wendee Chiarelli, Bridget Lanigan. Back Row: Mark Whiltsey, 
Ben Rooke, Alisa McDonald, Brian Grant, Brandon Parker, Suzanne Gessner, Pete Yunger, Danny xxx, David Miller, Ian Lohr, Luke xxx, Mike Bennington, 
Kenneth Smith, Brian Ersalesi. 



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Front: Heather Monica, captain; Beth Francis, Jessica Dabler. Second Row: Doniese Collins, Amy Burgess, Nicole Pizzo, 
Meghan Dull-Brown. Third Row: Barbara Porello, Shana Cheek, Angela Elliott. Back Row: Annana Davis, Tina 
Weaver, Monique Shirley, Wendee Chiarelli. 



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Bowers, Jenny Baczewski, Amy Stark, Tish Cooper, David Miller. Back Row: Dana Zureikat, Brian Ersalesi, Heidi 
Edsall, Megan Morgan, Steve Kirch, Bridget Lanigan, Harold Freundhch. 

Organizations • 133 



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Front: AI Booker, Michelle Dalton, Anita Spivey. Middle: Mada Shore, Nita Williams, Lorice Bell, Annette Bubes, Misty Blue, Courtney Grier, Astria 
Williams, Joy Rigers, Estelita Gumbs. Back: Joyce Matin, Rosalind Brown, Willete Crosby, Danesha Raines, Mikel Foster, Gil Cooper, Marcus Ousley, 
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Front: TaraMcKenny, Juan Gonjales, Hania Qubein, Wendy Lin, Nami Matsumura, Von Phanthalack, Andrea Kon, Annette Bubes, Natasha Faynboym. 
Back: Nicolas Kizihnrashvilli, Andrea Dunn, David Faulkner, Phong Nyugen, Audrey McMurrough, Marielle Belhassen, Andrew Avvai, Christina 
Tobaben, Kristy Morrison, Zaneta Drej, Emily Ritchie, Laura Araujo, Leo Olin, Dr. Head, Rosie Silva, Aga Potrzebowski, Alisa McDonald, KalleKuusisto 




Front: Nami Matsumura, Carol Hooker, Jennifer Pahner, Amy Spencer, Molly McBnde, Shelby White. Back: Jonathan 
Stone, Tracy Snelbaker. 



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136 • Organizations 




Front: Wendy King, Holly Blizzard, Jennifer Goins, Leigh Ann Workman. Back: Randy Little, Beth Cody, Chris Freeman, Erin Conr 




Front: Lauren Petrosmo, Seth Carter, Carol Hooker, Jamie Henton. Back: Brent Ward, Paul Cottrell, Suzanne Gessner. 



Organizations • 137 



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Front: Pat Haun, advisor; Jill Lenney, president; Emmalyn Yamrick, vice-president; Mandy Paugh, treasurer; Kelly Schmidt. Row 2: Pete Yunger, Katie 
Evans, Kim Envall, Shannon Weinberg. Row 3: Nicole Pizzo, Amy Klein, Leigh Magraw. Row 4: Britt Zimmerman, Laurel Donley, Brandi Bowman, 
Megan Bell. Row 5: Chris Craig, Wendee Chiarelli, Joanna Jensen, Beth Mason. Row 6: Athena Scott, Jen Romagna, Pamela Farwacki, Melissa Church, 
Kristina Fritz. Row 7: Kimberly Farrell, Patsy Tusler, Allison Brown. Row 8: Michael Wolfe, Heather Doerr, Allison Haherfield, Beth Francis, Jessica Frey. 




Front: Paul Cottrell, president; Kevin Shute, vice-president; Ben Rooke, Herminio Escobar. 



138 • Organizations 




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Organizations • 139 




Keith Corbett is hard at work on 
SGA bills at his home away from 
home. 

Ruth Aim Milan ami Julie Angle enjoy 
the trials and tribulations of being 
3rd year resident assistants. 



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Seth Carter 
juggles his 
time 
between 
the Campus 
Chronicle 
and SAB. 





Daniel Miller and Heather Sinclair 
clieck the proofs of the yearbook as 
a deadline nears. 

Kathcrine Hill and Micliele Brown 
pause between meetings to grab a 
qnck lunch. 



Organizations • 141 



We learn confidence and sportsmanship through 
athletic competition. 




142 • Divider 




Divider • 143 



Women's 
Soccer 




1995 
Season 



Heather Puckett returned, but this 
time as Head Coach for the lady 
Panthers. 

The women's team ended the 

season with a 12-6-2 record and 
a 7-1-1 conference record. 

Deb Nichols and Kris Bowles made 
1st team All-Conference. Laura 
Lamb made 2nd team. 



A little 
hustle pays 
off for Kara 
Messenger 
as she 
shows off 
some fancy 
footwork 
and leaves 
her oppo- 
nent be- 
hind. 





Kat Krusas exhibits slick moves on 
tough turf. What else would a Panther 
do? 

Kelly Knapp vies for control as the ball 
breaks away. 



Casey Must and teammates discuss 
strategy during a brief break in the 
game. 



144 • Women's Soccer 




Carrie Marcey does not dodge the slam 
as she and an opponent collide in their 
efforts to gain control of the hall. 

Defense is the name of the game as this 
pair battles for position on the field. 






Casey Must hustles to make a pass to a 
teammate as they storm the goal. 



Front row L-R - Deb Nichols 

Middle row L-R - Kelly Prassas Laura Lamb, Julie Cline, Kris Bowles, Kristy Powell, Claire Murphy, Kelly Knapp. 
Backrow L-R - Brandy Baughman, KatKrusaS, Mandi Limmage, Andrea Crossley, Kara Messenger, Anna Lynah, Stephanie 
Jay, Carrie Marcey, Casey Must. 



Women's Soccer • 145 



Men's 
Soccer 




1995 
Season 



The men' s team faced new challenges 
during the fall season. 

Coach Woody Gibson returned for 
his 18th season coaching the Pan- 
thers. 



Nate 

Stephens 

gets ready 

to slam the 

ball into 

the other 

team's goal. 





Nathan Budd scores one for the gentle- 
men panthers. 

ThisPanther gives it his all as he leaves 
the other team's defense in the dust. 



Chan Sayaphet approaches the other 
team's goal as he prepares to maneuver 
past it's defense. 



146 "Men's Soccer 




Lightening quick reflexes produce a 
steal from the other team. 

This Panther gives the goalie a jump 
tor his money as they grapple for the 
ball. 






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recieve a pass. 



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Front row L - R - George Vakoutis, Zach Johnson. 

Middle row L - R - Sean Carroll, A.J. DeLuca, Johnny Knotos, Derrick Morgan, Nate Stephens, Chan Sayaphet, Hendnx 

Valenzuela. 

Back row L - R-Kellie Judge, Kevin Sellers, Brandon VanHoose, Brad Bumgarner, Jeremy Jack, Pete H.atndes, Nathan Budd, 

Steve McGee, Chad Holden-bache, Brad Leahy, Kelley Harris, Mike Seller. 



Men's Soccer *147 



Women's 
Volleyball 




1995 
Season 



High Point ended another successful 
season as they made it to the con- 
ference champoinships and 
finished second behind St. 
Andrews. 



Lady Panthers were ranked number 
one in the preseason of the Caro- 
linas-Virginia Athletic Confer- 
ence. 



Wins 
16 



Losses 




Holly 

Hendley 

spikes it 

over the 

other 

team's 

block. 




Jamie Walsh prepares to dink the ball 
past the arms of her opponent. 

Expect an "ace" on this serve. 




The team celebrates another well de 
served victory. 



148 • Volleyball 




Tit fame Wilson slams one home to lead 
the Lady Panthers to victor}'. 

The Panthers block proves deadly to 
their opponents spike. 







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The team pauses to congratulate each 
other after a hard won point. 



Front row L - R - Holly Hendley, Lori Kuykendall, Taffanie Wilson, Pam Reed. 

Back row L- R - Jennifer Garner, Codey Cross, Jamie Walsh, Karah Hensley, Melissa Graney, Tanya Jones, Jennifer Mi 



Volleyball • 149 



Cheerleading 




FaU& 
Spring 



The 1995-96 cheerleading squad in- 
cluded: 

Advisor Heather Puckett 

Co-Captains Tracy Lovejoy and Ruth 
Toomey 

Panther Mascot: Ben Rooke and 
Ted Sikes 




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purple 

panther 

celebrates 

another 

goal during 

the men's 

basketball 

game. 




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The squad gets everyone in the arena 
up and cheering for the Panthers. 

The cheerleaders stand ready as the 
teams are announced. 



The squadprepares for a difficult 
basket toss stunt during a break in the 
men's basketball game. 



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150 •Cheerleading 




The cheerleading squad plus the mas- 
cot pose for a quick snapshot before the 
game begins. 



The team shows off strength and bal- 
ance during a eye-catching stunt. 




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The squad gets loud as they let the team 
know that they have their support. 



L-R - Ted Sikes, Niki Thompson, Kimberely Farrell, Heather Lansing, Tracy Lovejoy, Ruth Toomey, Erika Waschkowski, 
Bridget Key, Althea Mottas, Ben Rooke. 



Cheerleading • 151 



Cross 
Country 



1995 
Season 



Cross Country team won the Caro- 
lina Conference Championships 
for the 3rd season in a row. 

Rob McCullough, Mike Dyess and 
Sean Carter went to NAIA Na- 
tional Tournament. 

The women's team joined the new 
Carolinas-VirginiaAthletic Con- 
ference this year. 




A lady 

panther is 

in the lead 

as she and 

the pack 

approach 

the finish 

line after a 

gruelling 

race. 





The gentlemen panthers take time out 
to reflect and congratulate each other 
on a race well run. 

David Duggan takes the forefront of 
the pack as he heads up another hill. 



The men's team pauses for a huddle 
before lining up for the race. 



152 • Cross Country 



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Christian Kell and Daniel Doub lead 
the pack as they leave the wooded area 
and head for open ground. 



Keith Corbett clears the hill and leaves 
his opponent trailing behind. 




The women's team gathers together to 
celebrate a hard won victory. 



The Cross Country team holds still for a rare group shot before heading back to campus vie* 



Crosscountry »153 



Sports 
Medicine 




High Point University has the first 
sports medicine program to be 
accredited by the American Medi- 
cal Association. 

Approximately 25 sophomores ap- 
ply to the program each year; 
only 12 are accepted. 

Sports med majors spend about 20 
hours a week in the lab actually 
working with athletes. 



Chad 

Bailey and 

Kelley 

Harris 

show 

Karah 

Hensley 

the right 

way to 

wrap an 

ankle. 




Kristin Bourne and Scott Hasson make 
sure that Deinitrius Alexandar is ready 
to go. 



SEN IORS Row 1 : Alisa McDonald, Julie 
Holdbrooks, Kristin Bourne, Heather 
Gott, Frances Wnentowski. Row 2: Sh- 
annon Doorley, Amanda Wells, Rob 
Richman, Scott Hasson, Brad Fowler, 
Scott Pederson. 




154 • Sports Medicine 




Kristin Bourne helps Mike Seiler get 
back on the court. 

Freshman Michelle Seaman knows that 
practice is the key to success. 




BottomRow: Ada Jenkins, Katie Evans, Brenna Baker, Kellie Judge, Brandy Owen. Middle Row: Brad Harper, DustinSegers, 
Matt Laslo, Mike Seiler, April Rose, Trey Scott, Shannon Spohn, Eric Drum. Back Row: Amanda Wells, Julie Holbrooks, 
Kristin Bourne, Alisa McDonald, Brad Fowler, Scott Hasson, Scott Pederson, Tara Kaheny, Shannon Doorlev, Fran 
Wnentowski, Heather Gott. 



Sports Medicine • 155 



Men's 
Golf 




Coach: Dee Sasser 

Last year made NAIA National 
Tournment. 

Ranked as high as fourth in the polls 
during the year. 

Senior Charles Davis returns after 
being named all-conference. 



Lue Mongrain puts on the green as Pete 
Santacasa watches on waiting for his 
shot. 

Jason Pranger sizes up the shot and 
gently puts the ball into the 15th 
hole." 



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Hooper 

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Matt Nixon raps up a good game as he 
finishes 2 under par. 



Tony Romani takes a minute to clean 
up the sand trap. 





Lue Mongrain sends the hall down the 
fairway with his powerful swing. 



Front Row: Tony Romani, Jason Pranger, David Faulkner, Jason Brownell, Adam Parson 
Back Row: Pete Santacasa, Matt Nixon, Adam Parson, Lue Mongrain, Charles Davis 



Men's Golf • 157 



Men's 
Basketball 




The men's team participated for the 
first time in the Carolinas-Vir- 
ginia Athletic Conference. 

The team won a bid to the NCAA 
Division 2 tournament after plac- 
ing 2nd in the CVAC. 

Coach - Jerry Steele 



wins 



losses 



Chad 

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takes a shot 

while Brett 

Speight 

follows for 

a possible 

rebound. 




Brian Wise makes another great shot 
for High Point University 

Brett Speight beats his opponents from 
Longwood . 




Mike Kirkseyhopes the hall goes in as 
all his teammates look on. 




158 • Men's Basketball 



Dameon Foster avoids his opponent 
while trying to shoot fro three. 

Demetrius Alexander goes up for the 
dunk. 




Brian Wise looks very satisfified after 
his dunk goes in. 



Front: Mike Kirksey, Justin Bradshaw, Jason Bradshaw, Dameon Foster, Sam Coburn, Jason Embler, Myron Stewart. Back 
Row: Brett Speight, Demetrius Alexander, Ray Burnie, Chad Reeves, Dave Witmer, Brian Wise, Mike Seller, Jim Barkalow. 



Men's Basketball • 159 



Women's 
Basketball 




Dee Pennix keeps on making the great 
shots. 

Kelly Goode is keeping the points for 
High Point University. 



Hollv Hendley takes control of the ball 



160 • Women's Basketball 



Kelly Goode as she beats her oppo- 
nents. 




Dee Pennix just before making a great 
shot. 



Front Row: Dee Pennix, Holly Hendley, Karen Curtis, Lori Kuvkendall, Tedra Lindsay. Back Row: Greta Miles, April Rose, 
Erin Weatherstone, Julie Hunter, Kelly Goode, Tiffanie Wilson, Angle Fouts. 



Women's Basketball • 161 



Men's 
Tennis 




Coach: Jerry Tertzagain 

First Seed: Pekka Pohjamo 
Second Seed: Kalle Kuusisto 

Last season finished with 13-4 
record and second in conference. 



Vincent Pulpua serves up a hard to 
handle ace. 



John Jegurt returns a sizzling serve. 



Taavi 
Sudrsa 
shows off 
his power- 
ful fore- 
hand 
swing. 






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162 • Men's Tennis 



Pekka Pohjamo rises to the occasion as 
he smashes the hall back to his oppo- 
nent. 




'ekka Pohjamo and Taavi Suorsa dis- 
cuss their victory as they finish a match. 



Pekka Pohjamo, Mike Allen, John Legun, Kalle Kuusisto, Taavi Suorsa, Vincent Pulpua. 



Men's Tennis* 163 



Women's 
Tennis 




Coach: Jerry Tertzagain 

First Seed: Asa Johansson 
Second Seed: Heather Haberfield 

Three returning players and seven 
newcomers will try to improve on 
last years 7-9 record and place higher 
in conference. 



Chloe 
Harding 
shows off 
her mighty 
backhand. 




Christina Miller and Asa Johnasson 
pause from practice to get some point- 
ers from Coach Tertazagain 

Heather Haberfield prepares for her 
opponent's serve. 



Asa Johnasson and Dawn Parks show 
theirgoodsportsmanshipas they thank 
the other doubles team for a good 
match. 




164 • Women's Tennis 



Asa Johnasson volleys back and forth 
with her opponent. 



Freshman Chloe Harding smashes one 
back during a match. 




Chloe Harding stays on her toes and is 
able to return a tough outside shot. 



Heather Renwick, Kristie Johnson, Allison Haberfield, Heather Haberlield, Chloe Harding, Asa Johansson, Julie Fox well, 
Dawn Parks. 



Women's Tennis • 165 



Baseball 




Coach: Jim Speight 
Assistant Coach: Brian Kemp 

NCAA Division II 

Member of Carolinas Virginia 
Athletic Conference. 

Seniors: Doug Irby, Chris Frazier, 
Rusty Coleman, Danny Watson 



This Pan- 
ther team 
member 
beats the 
throw as he 
heads into 
first base. 





Carey Zimmerman scores a run against 
rival Wingate. 



Pete Yoder gets all of his strength 
behind the swing as he hits one into 
the outfield. 



The team congratulates pitcher Chris 
Frazier as he exits the field after a suc- 
cessful inning. 



166 • Baseball 






High Point University Panthers get 
ready to take the field. 



Leonard Allen lays down a sacrifice 
bunt. 




Carey Zimmerman makes the first col- 
lege hit of his career. 



Front Row: Jason Lowder, Sam Dover, Joe Cristy, Rusty Coleman, Matt Griffin, John Hunt, Leonard Allen, Danny Watson 
VliddleRow:MikePerhach,KellyO'DonneIl,JeffSanders,PeteYoder, Joe Barrett, WillMurphy,SeanGordon,WilSigafoose, 

Ifflemy Dowd. 

BackRow: Todd Dorrell, Brandunn Rush, Doug Irby, JonHancock, Chris Frazier, Jim Long, Danny Rodrigues, Brad Albert, 

Brandon Cathey, Robbie Moore. 



Baseball • 167 



Track & 
Field 




Captains: Jeff Goddard & Tony 

Pompa 
Coach: Bob Davidson 
Assistant Coach: Jimmy Burchette 
Manager: Mike Jacobs 

Team Strengths: Long Distance, 
Middle Distance, 400 Meter, High 
Jump, Javelin and Shot-put/Discus. 








Gil Cooper 
rises to the 

occasion 
as he clears 

the high 
jump. 




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The team pauses to work on the pulse 
recovery process before starting prac- 
tice again. 

David Duggan lends his talents in 
the long distance category. 




Chad Baucom gives the shot-put a big 
heave-ho as he lets it fly! 



168 • Track & Field 




Jake Brown and Mike Souhrada prac- 
tice sprints as they prepare for an up- 
■pf coming meet. 

Mark Wiltsey proves practice makes 
perfect as he works on his javelin throw. 




ShonHildreth and Keith Corbett round 
the track during the last leg of the 400. 



Front Row: David Duggan, Shon Hildreth, Tony Pompa, Mark Wiltsey, Daniel Doub. 

Back Row: Roby Chase, Jake Brown, Marcus Ouslev, Christian Kell, Charles Batancourt, Chad Baucom. 



Track & Field • 169 



We bid adieu to another yearbook, another year, and 
another chapter in our lives. 



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Cottrell, Sidney Martin, Wendy Whitenight, Jason 
Ulsch. 

The Craftline cover base was #490 maroon with a 
cordova grain and the logo was stamped with 
#381. Cover was designed by Millie Price. 

Mugshots were done by Ray Ware of Lifetouch 
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candids were taken by Leigh Glasgow, Katherine 
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Joyce Isenhower administers a blood 
pressure check to Sean Phifer at the 
Health and Wellness Fair. 



Rob Ferguson, Lizzi Torrone and 
Shannon Spohn are destined for great- 
ness as they flash their million dollar 
smiles. 



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Frisbee golf is a popular pasttime as 

students test their skill and hope to 

avoid breaking any windows. 

Circle K members take a break from 
one of their many service projects. 




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AC Martin Hicks braves the icy trek 
to the Student Life Office. 

Members of the Genesis Gospel 
Choir wait patiently as they get 
ready to practice. 



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Eric Delajsandro 
captures the beauty of 
Roberts Hall covered 
in ice. Many were 
without power, heat, 
and hot water for 
more than twenty- 
four hours due to the 
unexpected ice storm. 
Temperatures were 
below freezing for 
many days, while m 
students bundled up 
and made it to class 
anyway. For many, it 
was a memorable 
way to end 1995, and 
even with the ice and 
snow, the promise of 
spring remains. 






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