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president's letter 2006 



My Dear Student: 

How proud we are that you are a part of the High Point University family. This is a truly 

special place, and you help make it exceptional with your involvement, your commitment, and your 

leadership. Thank you. 

Not a day passes by that I don't thank God for out students. You are the reason for our being. . . 
to ensure that you receive an extraordinary education in a fun environment with caring people. 
Our future is so bright and you'll surely be proud of your alma mater. 

For those who graduate this year, I offer my hearty congratulations. You worked hard, met all the 
requirements, and achieved a new zenith in your life. Celebrate this moment and be grateful for 
your accomplishments and for all those who helped you arrive at this successful destination. Your 
tomorrows will be filled with potential and opportunity. Seize them. Focus on them. Execute with 
professionalism and faith. 

For those who will return here again in the fall . . . be assured that every day faculty and staff work 
long and hard to ensure that this university offers you the best in programs and resources. We 
genuinely care about you as a person and as a friend. Together, we'll watch the completion of 
construction in the near future and benefit from the beauty and utility of the facilities. 

Promise yourself that you will always reach the stars with anticipation and wonder as you 
maintain your sense of balance in all things that matter. 



With my warmest regards and best wishes, 




Nido R. Qubein 
President 



2006-2007 High Point University 5 



tabic of contents 




construction 

events 

student I ife 

athletics 

greek I ife 



2006-2007 High Point University 



ch-ch-ch-changes! 



Walk down the Promenade, through the hallways and 
across the playing fields; everywhere you turn on campus 
you find change. From the complete renovation of The 
Complex (McEwen, Wesley, North, Yadkin) to completely 
new construction projects that include: Blessing Residence 
Hall, Slane Student Center, Steele Sports Center, and the 
Vert Soccer Stadium - it's easy to see our $100 million trans- 
formation is taking place! While the construction dust and 
noise is a small price to pay for all the progress, Dr. Qubein 
has been wonderful enough to provide free car washes each 
Saturday for students! 



European elegance is what landscape 

designers were going for when they designed 

the walkways and gardens around HPU. 






Top, the new Steele 
Sports Center is on 
schedule to open for the 
spring sports season. 
Left, the soccer field and 
8-lane track are already 
open for students to 
use. The Vert Soccer 
Stadium is nearing 
completion. 




Breaking Ground for the Plato S. Wilson 
Family School of Commerce 




The Atlas provides a wonderful new 
destination spot on campus, sitting opposite 
Roberts Hall on the lawn. 



2006-2007 High Point University 9 



ch-ch-ch-changes continued 




Blessing Hall sets a new standard of 
living for HPU students. 



10 High Point University 2006-2007 




Patriotic Pride: 
An eagle sculpture 
adorns the 
entrance to 
Smith Library. 



2006-2007 High Point University 11 



Hay worths Invest $25 
Million in HPU's Future 



In an announcement that rocked the 
hallowed halls of High Point 
University, philanthropist and com- 
munity leader David R. Hayworth 
pledged the single largest gift in the 
school's 84-year history. This new 
unrestricted contribution — along with 
previous donations from David 
Hayworth and his brother Charles — 
brings the Hayworths' total investment 
at the university to more than 
$25 million. 

"We are so grateful to David 
Hayworth," said President Qubein, who 
has led a campaign 
that has raised $100 
million since he took 
over in January 2005. 
"He is a philanthro- 
pist extraordinaire 
and a committed 
steward who loves 
High Point University 
and wants to secure 
its promising future." 

The new gift 
becomes a significant 
part of the $250 million transformation 
of the university. "This new commit- 
ment will provide the necessary funds 
to enhance academic programs and 
nurture student life," said Dr. Qubein. 
"Mr. Hayworth is making a huge differ- 
ence and we are blessed with his 
friendship." 

"What is happening at High Point 
University is just amazing and I want 
to be a part of the exciting new devel- 
opments on campus," said Hayworth. 
"I believe in the fundamental values of 

12 High Point University 2006-2007 





Mr. Hayworth being interviewed in front of the Hayworth Fine Arts Center 
... a building which bears his family's name. 



educating young peo- 
ple and preparing 
them for a successful 
future. I agree with 
the new direction of 
the university and I 
am delighted to be 
able to support it." 
Charles and David 
Hayworth owned a number of High 
Point businesses including Hayworth 
Roll & Panel Company, Clarenden 
Industries, Alma Desk Company and 
Myrtle Desk Company. David 
Hayworth was President & CEO of 
Alma Desk Company when the compa- 
nies were sold in 1991. Charles 
Hayworth passed away in 1994. 

David Hayworth is an active phi- 
lanthropist in High Point and across 
the state, contributing generously to 
dozens of organizations including the 



North Carolina Museum of Art, United 
Way of America, High Point Regional 
Health Systems, Wesley Memorial 
United Methodist Church, UNC in 
Chapel Hill, Victory Junction Gang 
Camp, Family Service of the Piedmont, 
and the NC School of the Arts. He was 
recognized by the High Point 
Community Foundation as its 
Philanthropist of the Year in 2005, and 
by the United Way of America as 
Chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville 
Society and a member of the Million 
Dollar Roundtable in 2004. 

He serves on many boards includ- 
ing: Chairman of the High Point 
Regional Health System Endowment 
Board, High Point Community 
Foundation, High Point University, 
Family Service of the Piedmont, Family 
Service Funding "For Love of Family," 
David Hayworth Swimming Center 






(Boys & Girls Club), Youth 
Unlimited, YMCA, Hospice of 
the Piedmont and Community 
Fine Arts Governor's Mansion. 
He also served as Chair and is a 
current trustee of Maryfield, 
Chairman of the NC 
Shakespeare Festival, University 
of NC Witherspoon at 
Greensboro Art Galley, Board of 
Overseers at Duke 
Comprehensive Cancer Center, 
Member of the Herculean 
Society, Pinnacle Club at Duke 
University, Cities in Schools, 
Bank of America's High Point 
Board, Fine Arts Committee of 
the State Department Reception 
Rooms in Washington, and a 
founder of the Treaty of Paris 
Society at the State Department. 
He also served on the James B. 
Duke Society, Board of Stewards 
at Wesley Memorial United 
Methodist Church, YMCA 
Century Club and the Clark 
Lineberger Cancer Centers 
atUNC. 

He has been honored by The 
Herculean Society, received the 
Order of the Long Leaf Pine and 
received the Chairman's Award 
from United Way of Greater 
High Point, among others. 

"David is an important part- 
ner for HPU," stated Marsha B. 
Slane, Chairman of the Board of 
Trustees at the University. "He 
truly cares about children and 
youth and invests his resources 
joyfully to make good things 
happen." 

Hayworth is a graduate of 
Woodberry Forest School in 
Woodberry, VA, the University of 
North Carolina in Chapel Hill, 
and is a lifelong resident of 
High Point. 




2006-2007 High Point University 13 




events 



Graduation 2006 16 

Orientation 18 

Derby Day 22 

Homecoming Dance 24 

Inauguration 26 

Halloween Fair 30 

Christmas 32 

Snowball Dance 34 

Alumni & Family 

Winter Weekend 36 

Graduation 2007 38 



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graduation 2006 

The weekend of May 5-6, 2006 marked High Point University's 82nd 
Graduation exercises. The festivities attracted a record crowd, including 6,000 
people packing the front lawn of Roberts Hall on Saturday morning for the 
Commencement ceremony. What a thrilling time, which brought together stu- 
dents, parents, faculty, staff, supporters, family and friends. 

Graduates and their families were inspired by a thoughtful, poignant and 
sometimes humorous keynote Commencement address by Her Majesty Queen 
Noor of Jordan. The evening prior, Dr. James C. Howell, senior pastor of 
Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC, delivered a compelling 
message of faith and hope during the Baccalaureate service. Graduates and 
their families were also treated to the annual alumni luncheon, which fea- 
tured a keynote address from Dr. Nido Qubein. 

This momentous occasion brought pride to all of those associated with 
High Point University, and we prayerfully and thoughtfully send our 2006 grad- 
uates into the world to pursue significance in all they do. 





Her Majesty Queen Noor gave a 
poignant commencement speech 
to a crowd of 6,000 people. 



16 High Point University 2006-2007 




2006-2007 High Point University 



orientation 



Bright and early on the morning of Friday, August 17, the 
brand new Blessing Residence Hall opened its doors and wel- 
comed 239 members of the freshman class of 2006 to High Point 
University. After a whirlwind summer of round-the-clock con- 
struction, the 103,000+ square foot, $11 million, state-of-the-art 
residence hall sparkled like a new penny. Freshmen and parents 
were amazed at the first-class accommodations, as staff, faculty 
and the OC (Orientation Crew) helped move boxes and bags and 
crates and trunks into rooms. At the end of the day, 239 new 
freshmen were settled into their new home in Blessing 
Residence Hall. 

In total, a record 540 freshmen moved-in over a two day peri- 
od, which began a week of festivities highlighted by a concerts, 
social events and speakers. 





Freshmen and their families were happy to have members 
of the "OC" assist with unloading. Here, Jacob Peters 
manages to carry a load with a smile! 



Everyone got into 
the act. Here, 
President Qubein 
goes from car to 
car welcoming 
families to campus. 



RA's Ashten 

Cornelius and 

Michelle Kampner 

welcome freshmen 

to their new "home" 

in Blessing Hall. 

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Staff and faculty helpers pause for a moment to 
catch their breath. 



"May I Help 

You?" was the 

question of 

the day as 

faculty and 

staff helped 

incoming 

freshmen on 

their first day 

at HPU. 




Below, RA's Dana Robinson, Jasmine Jones-Green, Patty Mayol, Lisa 
McKinney, and Anne Michner roamed the hallways to greet their 
new neighbors. 




Members of the Admissions Department staff 
welcome families to HPU. 



Megan Pastor, Orientation Chair, 
and Hillary Cole, Director of 
Student Activities, led efforts to 
make a good first impression on 
HPU's newest family members. 



Families were in awe at the organization, 
amount of extra help and positive energy on 
campus that morning. 

2006-2007 High Point University 19 



orientation 



continued 



President Qubein strolled across 
campus speaking with families about 
the great year ahead. 



Welcome to HPU! Incoming 

freshmen and their families 

gathered in Millis Convocation 

Center for opening Convocation, 

the formal introduction to 

faculty and administration. 




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Under the big top! Families enjoyed a 

luncheon after the convocation ceremony 

outside Millis Convocation Center. 



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Getting settled in. While rooms at Blessing are much larger 
than the typical dorm room, many freshmen brought more 
"stuff" than could possibly fit. Some parents returned home 
with the non-essentials. 

It may have 

looked like a 

traffic jam, but 

traffic moved 

quickly to 

unload 

freshmen and 

their "stuff." 




Say "Cheese!" Every incoming student got a photo memento of the day. 




Junior marshals led the processional of 
faculty into the convocation ceremony, 
officially opening the new school year. 



Generosity in Action! Free ice cream, 

lemonade, pizza and other tasty snacks 

took the edge off any move-in tension, 

here in front of the women's 

residence complex. 



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derby day 



If Opening Convocation is the formal introduction of 
freshmen to faculty, then Derby Day is its informal 
counterpart; allowing freshmen and upperclassmen to meet 
in the middle of an outdoor wonderland of activities. The 
International Promenade is turned into a college student 
playground equipped with a rock climbing wall, a giant 
concert stage featuring 2 bands and student karaoke, and 
even a water park! HPU students come out to meet old 
friends, make new ones and enjoy the warm weather before 
they focus their attention on academics. 

With water activities dominating the Promenade, 
students were treated to giant HPU beach towels among 
other gifts, to make Derby Day even that much more special. 




Freshmen Jesse Cherry, wastes no time in making introductions 
as he belts out his favorite Dave Matthews tune. 




The waterslide cools 
off the hot crowd of 
HPU students. 



22 High Point University 2006-2007 




Students 

line-up to 

receive the 

surprise gifts 

at Derby Day. 



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homecoming dance 



It is the High Point University equivalent to 
Hollywood's Academy Awards. Each October students 
prepare for the Homecoming Dance held at The 
Radisson in downtown High Point. The Cafe is busy 
the week before as students vote for their favorite 
Homecoming Court members. The ladies search for 



the perfect dress while the guys look under their base- 
ball hats to see how they might comb their hair! The 
Student Government Association sponsored dance 
remains an annual tradition, even bringing back many 
young alums who never tire of the crowded parquet 
dance floor 




Lindsey Beltrame gives Josh Faucette a puzzled look as 
he attempts to impress her with his political aspirations 
while Katie Clain-Stefanelli laughs at another lame joke 
told by Teddy Gamache. 




2006-2007 High Point University 25 



Inauguration of President Nido R. Qubein 
and Familv and Alumni Weekend 



HPU history books will forever report that the weekend of 
October 4-8, 2006 was one of grandeur and pride on the campus 
of High Point University. It was the occasion of the inauguration 
of our seventh president - Dr. Nido R. Qubein - during our annu- 
al fall Alumni & Family Weekend. Festivities were varied . . . 
from a golf tournament and performance by a world-class magi- 
cian, to special chapel services and student research symposium, 
to a candlelit dinner and a formal black-tie gala. There was a 
special performance by the legendary Drifters, and while the 
soccer game got rained out and the picnic got moved indoors, 
there was nothing soggy or dreary about the prevailing attitude 
of those who made the journey here to enjoy the weekend. More 
than 2500 people came to celebrate, and when the final good- 
byes were said, the weekend was hailed as one of the most 
spectacular events in the life of High Point University. 




The 7th President of High Point University, Dr. Nido 
Qubein, addresses the Standing Room Only crowd. 




Faculty Marshal, Dr. Jamie Stitt, leads the processional at 
the Inauguration ceremony. 



Jamestown Pipes and 
Drums filled the Wesley 
Chapel with a dramatic 
sound befitting an 
Inauguration Ceremony. 



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Opera singer Carl Tanner 
performs a mesmerizing 
version of God Bless America. 




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SGA President Josh Faucette brings greetings from 
the student body. 




Delegates from more than 70 colleges and universities 
across the country attended the inauguration of Dr. Qubein. 
They came from as far away as California. Salutations came 
from an additional 137 institutions. 



"It's amazing how God calls us, 
when we least expect it, to take 
on new challenges, and travel 
down roads we had not chosen 
before. On this morning, I declare 
to you that I am but a servant 
and a disciple who responded to 
the call to return to my alma 
mater to serve its noble purpose, 
to sustain its impeccable 
reputation and to secure its 
future among the prestigious 
universities in the land." 

Dr. Nido Qubein 
Seventh President of 
High Point University 








The HPU's male acapella group, 
Toccatatones, perform during the 
Inauguration Ceremony. 



2006-2007 High Point University 27 



Inauguration of 

President Nido R. Qubcin 

and Family and Alumni Weekend continued 





High Point Mayor Becky Smothers and Lieutenant Governor, 
Beverly E. Perdue congratulate Dr. Qubein on his Presidency. 



The sanctuary of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church pro- 
vided a sacred backdrop for the inauguration ceremony. There 
wasn't an empty seat in the house. Two overflow rooms were 
full to capacity, as well. 




Below, the High Point University Choir provided special 
music for the chapel service. 



Illusionist Ryan Oakes weaves 

humor and magic to delight the 

crowds at two performances in 

the Hayworth Fine Arts Center. 



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2006-2007 High Point University 29 



halloween fair 



Each October High Point students and staff invite local 
elementary school children to campus for a Halloween celebration. 
Student groups transform the Kester International Promenade into a 
miniature street full of tricks and treats. The Volunteer Center 
organizes this annual project. HPU students enjoy the opportunity to 
dress-up themselves as they give out candy and provide games for 
our "little" neighbors. 




Breanna Kusnierczyk is dressed up in a pumpkin 
costume with her scarecrow friend Renee Losievsky. 




30 High Point University 2006-2007 







International 

Club members 

await the next 

visitor at 

their pumpkin 

painting station. 



Christmas 



Roberts Hall Clock 

Tower shown at 

night with our 

Christmas tree lit 

with holiday cheer. 



After returning from Thanksgiving break, our campus is 
transformed into a winter wonderland! Walk down the 
promenade and you're surrounded by the sights and sounds of 
the holidays. Christmas Carols can be heard from the 
Promenade sound system; life-size toy soldiers and nutcrackers 
stand "guard" over campus; Holiday flags add a festive flair; 
and the 30 foot live tree in Finch Circle remind us all Christmas 
will soon be here. 



Juniors Nina Licketto and Holly 
Johnson utilize one of the V 
Promenade "Guards" to pose for 
their Christmas a/fit? Afterwards, 
the "guard^fiHiSned! 









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The 

Hayworth 
Fine Arts 
Center glows 
with its 
Christmas 
wreaths and 
surrounding 
light poles 
covered with 
garland and 
lights. 



Derrick Forrester, Stacey Bradley, and Robert Reid 
Goodson sing along during the Lessons and Carols 
Lighting of the Christmas Tree. 




Santa takes a day off from the North Pole to serve hot chocolate 
and cookies at the kiosk. We are sure are lucky to the "Jolly Old 
Elf" on our campus! Kim Daniels Appreciates Santa being on cam- 
pus, or maybe she realizes that Santa might be able to get her out 
of her campus parking ticket! 





Gifts are pretty common at HPU, but John Coles excited about 
the Director of WOW!, Roger Clodfelter, 
delivering a box of chocolates. 




Holiday flags add festive flair to the Kester 
International Promenade. 



2006-2007 High Point University 33 



snowball dance 



It's February, the weather is dreary, and you want to shake off the 
post-holiday blues. Enter Snowball! The spring semester sister to the 
Homecoming Dance, Snowball offers students a chance to make up for their 
pitiful dance moves from last October. It's also the perfect party time as it 
falls between the beginning of the spring semester and spring break. 
Student Government sponsors the spring semi-formal held at the Radisson. 




Senior Zana Vance 
and alum Matthew 
Brooks enjoy their 
final Snowball. 



Nichole Houghting and Josh Faucette laugh at Josh's 
powder blue tuxedo. 



Josh and Nichole pose 

for the official king and 

queen portraits. 



34 High Point University 2006-2007 




Megan Pastor, Claire Pierce, Jaclyn Phelps, and Tricia Wriston 
pause for a photo in their "Radio City Rockettes" stance. 




2006-2007 High Point University 35 



alumni & family winter weekend 



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A new tradition at HPU, the annual Alumni & Family 
Winter Weekend brought nearly 1000 alumni, family 
and friends on campus the weekend of February 16- 
1 8. The three-day event was full of fun, food, and 
entertainment. The event also gives our parents a 
"legitimate" reason to visit us. 



The weekend offered something for everyone. . .from 
a candlelight dinner in Slane Cafe, to performances 
by Tonic Sol-Fa, a nationally-known a capella group, 
to a pre-game tailgate party and two Panther basket- 
ball games. 




the making. ..HPU's 1st Club Lacrosse match 
on February 17, 2007. The Panthers lost to 
in a hard-fought battle. 







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Senior Garret Nielser 
knows what being the "6th 
Man" is all about ... crazy 
purple hair and face paint! 

2006-2Q07 High Point University 



graduation 2007 

On Saturday morning May 5, a special energy perme- 
ated the High Point University campus as graduates, fam- 
ilies and friends of the university gathered for the com- 
mencement ceremony of the HPU class of 2007. While a 
light mist threatened to move the festivities indoors, the 
weather couldn't dampen the spirits of the nearly 8,000 
people gathered on the front lawn of Roberts Hall. The 
ceremony continued outside, and as the 9 a.m. proces- 
sional began, almost 700 graduates began their march 
towards the lawn in front of Roberts Hall. 

Bill Cosby, the man many of the students watched 
during their childhood as Dr. Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby 
Show, gave the commencement address. Wearing a HPU 
baseball cap with a commencement tassel attached, 
Cosby kept the crowd laughing with anecdotes from his 
childhood and reflections from his life. In a lighter 
moment, he advised graduates to simply "get a job." On a 
more serious note, he encouraged graduates to follow 
their dream and to be responsible. 

Cosby joins the elite ranks of the university's recent 
commencement speakers; the past two years have 
brought the American-born Queen Noor of Jordan, and 
Republican presidential candidate and former mayor of 
New York City Rudy Giulian 




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Once again this year, the Baccalaureate Ceremony was standing- 
room-only. This event has become a favorite of graduating seniors 
and their families. 



High Point University 2006-2007 



Dr. Qubein presented Bill Cosby with a key to High Point University. 




Megan Pastor, 
graduate of the 
class of 2007, 
mugs for the 
camera just 
minutes after 
receiving her 
degree. 



698 students 
graduated that 
day, starting a 
new phase of 
their lives and 
taking the mes- 
sage of HPU into 
the world. 



Though a light 
drizzle threatened 
to move the event 
indoors, the skies 
cleared and nearly 
8,000 people 
enjoyed HPU's 83rd 
Commencement. 



Dr. Cosby 
shook the hand 

of every member 
from this year's 

graduating class. 




2006-2007 High Point University 39 




High Point University 2006-2007 




student life 



Residence Assistants . . .42 

Snow Day 44 

Student Leader Dinner . .46 



2006-2007 High Point University 41 



resident assistants 



Belk 


McEwen 


U'Ville 


Ashten Cornelius 


Leah Kate Atkinson 


Tania Inuigarro 


Eugene Galloway 


Jennifer Hastings 




Paul Hannam 


Andrea Moller 


Wesley 


Carnai Simpson 


Dana Robinson 


Patty Mayol 
Lisa McKinney 


Blessing 


Millis 




Dan Costello 


Allison Barron 


Wilson 


Sage Dunston 


Cheryl Guiney 


Ashley Porter 


KiaHollis 


Sumiyya Hunter 


Meredith Terrell 


Anne Michener 


Jennifer Sherman 




Krista Wagoner 


Jody Wicks 


Yadkin 

Allison Hagan 


Finch 


North 


Kyle Lounsbury 


Will Conlon 


Robert Reid Goodson 


Katie Roberts 


Carrington Dahmer 


Sarah Haak 




Joshua Faucette 


Jasmine Jones-Green 




Jeff Hester 






Dane Jackson 


Sixth Street 


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Ryan Nance 


Apartments 

Ted Gamache 
Michelle Kampner 
Todd Simons 






Finch 




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Wilson 



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snow day 



With so many students from the mid-Atlantic and 
northeast regions of the U.S., snow is typical sight for 
many of student body, for others it's pretty rare. Either 
way, when snow falls on campus, there is fun to be had. 
High Point staff members are always eager to sponsor a 
snowman building contest or just encourage a good old 
fashioned snow ball fight. The Promenade turns into a 
white wonderland and students put on their gloves and 
get busy having fun! 




Sophomore Ki'Yonna 

Brown uses her HPU 

umbrella to 

keep the 

snowflakes away. 




President Qubein and his snowy counterpart pose 
with students who created the "Frosty" version of 
our Commander in Chief. 



Stacy Brady enjoys 

making snow angels on 

the promenade. 



44 High Point University 2006-2007 




Josh Fox 
hugs his 
newest 
friend. 




Somebody call Hallmark! Nick Carpenter And Krista 
Wagoner's sign says it all. 




Scarlett Hester, Karen Radcliff, Tara Dyer, Whitney Special, Eliza Walmsley, Leah Wilson 
and Kelly Lawrence pose with their big-headed snowman. I think they're going to 
need a bigger hat! 

The snowy version of Charlie's Angels... Adrienne Sperry, Kristen 
Lambeth, and Brittany Obenaur form the perfect HPU hat trifecta. 




Alicia Landale and Garret Neilser build a 
"6th snow-Man." 



2006-2007 High Point University 45 



student leader 
dinner 



While Faculty and Staff take care of "most" of our 
needs, students still supply much needed assistance 
to the daily operation of the campus. Dr. and Mrs. 
Qubein thanked student leaders by inviting them to 
their home and hosting a dinner in honor of the 
students who provide crucial support to the daily 
operation that is High Point University. 

Members of the Orientation Crew, Residence 
Assistants, Student Government Association, Athletes, 
and others enjoyed a meal they couldn't get in the 
Cafe! Along with tours of the Qubein's home, 
students enjoyed music and the opportunity to spend 
an evening among friends. President Qubein thanked 
the students for their commitment to their institution 
and recognized that true student leadership is an 
absolute necessity if HPU is to continue on its 
mega-transformation. 







Or. Qubein welcomes students as they 
head for the ice cream truck! 



Kappa Delta Ladies Corey Hamby, Nichole Houghtling, 

Katie Clain-Stefanelli, Stephanie Nokes, Susan Lewis, 

Laura Wyant, Karen Grim, Jasmine Jones-Green, and 

Megan Williams all squeeze around to be in the 

photo with our president in his back-yard. 




Students enjoy candlelight 
as they peruse the prolific 
culinary offerings. 



Tneesha Jones, Valerie 

Payne, Erin Brock, and 

Jessica Dos Santos enjoy 

the nice plush couch at 

the presidents house. 



46 High Point University 2006-2007 





Danielle Cunningham, Ki'yonna Brown, Carnai 
Simpson, and Dana Robinson enjoy the relaxing 
time away from being involved on campus. 




The President's home provides the perfect setting 




The KD's "Got the President's Back.' 



Shay Sandler, Chandler Davis, Cody Coffman and Skylar 
Davis are sitting down to enjoy their meal. 




Students enjoy "al fresca" dining. 



2006-2007 High Point University 47 




48 High Point University 2006-2007 




athletics 



Club Lacrosse 50 

Baseball 52 

Men's Basketball 54 

Women's Basketball 56 

Cheerleading 58 

Cross Country 60 

Golf 62 

Panther FANatics 64 

Men's Soccer 66 

Women's Soccer 68 

Men's Tennis 70 

Women's Tennis 72 

Men's Track & Field ... .74 
Women's Track & Field . .76 
Volleyball 78 



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2006-2007 High Point University 49 



club lacrosse 



Men's and Women's Club Lacrosse programs were added this year as an opportunity 
for our growing student population to continue to enjoy their athletic endeavors. These 
new programs are the first of several new club sports that HPU will be adding over the 
next several years. Club sports are non-scholarship programs but are under the direction 
of the HPU Athletics department. Both lacrosse programs will enjoy their first full 
seasons during the 2007-2008 academic year. 



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University 




2006 Men's Lacrosse Team 








Name 


CL 




Hometown 








11-JakeVillwock 


Soph. 




Chester, MD 


* ■ 


* 




1 5-Carson Gaines 
10-Brandon Howell 
25-Jon Moore 


Fr. 
Soph. 

Fr. 




Hickory, NC 

Richmond, VA 
Silverspring, MD 




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21-Matt Allunario 


Fr. 




Cranbury, NJ 








1 -Andrew Boyd 


Fr. 




Atlanta, GA 








22-Mark Houston 


Fr. 




Temple Hills, MD 








13-Jimmie Wheatley 


Fr. 




Cambridge, MD 








23-Will Unthicum 


Fr. 




Salisbury, MD 








29-Michael Wasulko 


Fr. 




Charlottesville, VA 








16-Matt Mullen 


Fr. 




Greensboro, NC 








27-Blake Santmyer 


Fr. 




Woodbine, MD 








6-Jordan Pompea 


Fr. 




Redding, CT 








5-Kevin Johnson 


Fr. 




Ocean City, MD 








9-Hans Hodvil 


Fr. 




Silver Spring, MD 








30-Wes Keit 


Grad Student 


Trinity, NC 








7-Bryan Kaylor 


Fr. 




Woodbine, MD 








(John Tester 














not pictured) 


Fr. 




Bel Air, MD 








Coach Rob Leonard 














Coach Roger Davis 













50 High Point University 2006-2007 



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High Point University 


2006 Women's 


Lacrosse Team 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


Stacy Brady 


SO 


Sparta, NJ 


Faran Brady 


so 


Prince Frederick, MD 


Nicole Clausi 


so 


Kingston, NY 


Tabitha Davis 


so 


Matthews, NC 


Irish Devitt 


FR 


Haddon Township, NJ 


Julia Dills 


JR 


Thomasville, NC 


Brittany Harris 


so 


Ocean City, MD 


Holly Iverson 


JR 


Asheboro, NC 


Paige Koster 


FR 


Syosset, NY 


Christina LaPointe 


FR 


Middletown, DE 


Mary Beth Long 


FR 


Frankford.WV 


Sarah McCoy 


SO 


Greenville, NC 


Jenna Picard 


FR 


Durham, NC 


Kati FiicardiKati 


FR 


Wilbraham, MA 


Natasha Roman 


FR 


Nokesville, VA 


Rachel Shutt 


SO 


Warrenton, PA 


Christine Silvers 


JR 


Toms River, NJ 


Nicole Tasker 


JR 


Annapolis, MD 


Bri Tell 


SO 


Lancaster, PA 


Laura Wolf 


SR 


Greenbelt, MD 



2006-2007 High Point University 51 



baseball 




52 High Point University 2006-2007 



2007 High Point University 
Baseball Game Results 

Game Date Opposing Team Score 




02-03-07 


Charlotte 


0-2 


L 


02-04-07 


Charlotte 


7-6 


W 


02-07-07 


Longwood 


7-2 


W 


02-09-07 


at South Florida 


0-14 


L 


02-10-07 


at South Florida 


2-5 


L 


02-11-07 


at South Florida 


11-13 


L 


02-21-07 


at #2 Clemson 


3-11 


L 


02-23-07 


Dayton 


4-5 


L 


02-24-07 


Dayton 


2-4 


L 


02-24-07 


Dayton 


10-5 


W 


02-27-07 


Elon 


10-4 


W 


02-28-07 


UNC Greensboro 


12-9 


W 


03-03-07 


at Jacksonville State 


5-6 


L 


03-03-07 


at Jacksonville State 


6-2 


W 


03-04-07 


at Jacksonville State 


10-1 


W 


03-07-07 


at Wake Forest 


5-6 


L 


03-09-07 


East Tennessee State 


1-2 


L 


03-10-07 


East Tennessee State 


8-0 


W 


03-11-07 


East Tennessee State 


16-17 


L 


03-13-07 


North Carolina A&T 


14-4 


W 


03-17-07 


Lafayette 


5-9 


L 


03-17-07 


Lafayette 


5-4 


W 


03-18-07 


Lafayette 


4-0 


W 


03-21-07 


at #22 East Carolina 


4-12 


L 


03-23-07 


Liberty 


5-7 


L 


03-24-07 


Liberty 


10-2 


W 


03-25-07 


Liberty 


8-4 


W 


03-27-07 


at UNC Greensboro 


8-2 


W 


03-28-07 


at Elon 


9-7 


W 


03-30-07 


at Radford 


13-10 


W 


03-31-07 


at Radford 


5-9 


L 


04-01-07 


at Radford 


5-3 


W 


04-06-07 


atVMI 


3-6 


L 


04-07-07 


atVMI 


6-7 


L 


04-07-07 


atVMI 


11-3 


W 


04-10-07 


at North Carolina A&T 


3-8 


L 


04-13-07 


#19 Coastal Carolina 


4-3 


W 


04-14-07 


#19 Coastal Carolina 


3-8 


L 


04-14-07 


#19 Coastal Carolina 


1-4 


L 


04-17-07 


Wake Forest 


8-7 


vV 


04-20-07 


at UNC Asheville 


3-2 


W 


04-21-07 


at UNC Asheville 


9-8 


w 


04-22-07 


at UNC Asheville 


7-3 


w 


04-24-07 


Western Carolina 


8-15 


L 


04-25-07 


at #4 North Carolina 


1-3 


L 


04-26-07 


at Longwood 


3-2 


W 


05-06-07 


Winthrop 


2-11 


L 


05-07-07 


Winthrop 


1-6 


L 


05-08-07 


Winthrop 


4-5 


L 


05-11-07 


Charleston Southern 


0-1 


L 


05-12-07 


Charleston Southern 


18-8 


W 


05-13-07 


Charleston Southern 


5-11 


L 


05-15-07 


at Western Carolina 


0-4 


L 


05-16-07 


at Elon 


9-7 


W 


05-22-07 


Radford 


9-3 


W 


05-22-07 


at Winthrop 


5-6 


L 


05-24-07 


UNC Asheville 


7-9 


L 



"1 



2007 High Point University Baseball Roster 



No. 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


1 


Pahlo Rosario 


Fr 


Belleville, NJ 


2 


Robby Kuzdale 


Fr 


Tampa, FL 


3 


Eric Marion 


So 


Carthage, NC 


4 


Alfie Wheeler 


So 


Manteo, NC 


5 


Matt Schlanger 


RSo 


Kingston, NY 


7 


Jeff Cowan 


So 


Scarborough, ONT 


9 


J. Williams 


St. 


Southlake, TX 


10 


Tony Flores 


Sr. 


Jupiter, FL 


11 


Zach Zupan 


So 


Haddam, CT 


13 


Matt Christie 


RSr 


Sylvania, OH 


14 


Randy Schwartz 


Jr 


Kleinburg, ONT 


15 


RJ Chlebnikow 


So 


Fairlawn, NJ 


16 


Tucker Stobbe 


Fr 


Pittsburgh, PA 


17 


Eammon Portice 


Jr 


Oakland Park, FL 


19 


Zach Scott 


So 


Conneautville, PA 


20 


Billy Alvino 


So 


Holtsville, NY 


21 


Joe Miller 


Fr 


Valley Stream, NY 


i~i 


Jamie Serber 


Fr 


Rural Hall, NC 


23 


Max Fulginiti 


Fr 


Matthews, NC 


24 


Anthony Bell 


RSr 


Marietta, Ga 


25 


Chris Norwood 


Jr 


Jamestown, NC 


26 


Bill Manion 


Jr 


Palm Harbor, FL 


27 


Glenn Jones 


Sr 


Mt. Pleasant, NC 


28 


Brian Jones 


Fr 


West Palm Beach, FL 


29 


Tom Boleska 


RSo 


Burlington, ONT 


30 


Chad Jennings 


So 


Laurel, MD 


32 


Tyler Binger 


Fr 


Parkland, FL 


33 


Artie Clyde 


Fr 


Teaneck, NJ 


34 


Matt Gantner 


So 


Hartland, Wl 


35 


Frank Gariano 


Fr 


Cape Coral, FL 


36 


Mike Grosso 


RFr 


Deer Park, N.Y. 


37 


Spencer Andrews 


Fr 


Broadway, NC 


38 


Mikel Rodenberg 


Fr 


High Point, NC 


40 


Brandon Moore 


Sr 


Spotsylavania, VA 


44 


Kyle Boyan 


Fr 


Kemersville, N.C 


45 


BubbaO'Donnell 


Jr 


Millville, NJ 




Coach Sal Bando chats with Billy Alvino and Chris Norwood. 



J.Williams 

laces a hit 

for the 

Panthers. 





men's basketball 




Big South Player of the year Arizona 
Reid helped lead the Panthers to a 
program best twenty-two wins. 

Freshman Cruz Daniels 

made an immediate 

impact for HPU. 

54 High Point University 2006-2007 



2006-07 Men Basketball Results 
Date Opponent 
Score 


11-10-06 


vs. Tennessee-Martin 
61-64 L 


11-11-06 


vs. Howard 
W 81-62 


11-12-06 


at Cincinnati 
51-63 L 


11-15-06 


Covenant College 
W 94-67 


11-21-06 


Chowan 
W 75-59 


11-24-06 


at #24 Maryland 
63-81 L 


12-02-06 


Ohio Valley 
W 93-48 


01-02-07 


Lees-McRae College 
W 88-62 


12-04-06 


Elon 

W 62-48 


12-06-06 


Longwood 
W 59-57 


12-09-06 


at #3 North Carolina 
69-94 L 


12-16-06 


Gardner Webb 
W 65-51 


12-18-06 


at Florida State 
64-81 L 


12-22-06 


Loyola 

W 63-57 


01-06-07 


Radford 

W 81-74 


01-10-07 


atVMI 

W 115-104 


01-13-07 


UNCAsheville 
W 90-64 


01-17-07 


Liberty 

W 77-71 


01-20-07 


at Charleston Southern 
WOT 95-87 


01-22-07 


at Coastal Carolina 
W 59-56 


01-25-07 


Winthrop 
63-64 L 


01-28-07 


at Longwood 
64-69 L 


01-31-07 


at Radford 
W 75-65 


02-03-07 


at Liberty 
79-96 L 


02-06-07 


at Savannah State University 
W 70-49 


02-10-07 


Coastal Carolina 
W 71-63 


02-14-07 


atUNCAsheville 
W 39-67 


02-17-07 


Charleston Southern 
W 70-50 


02-20-07 


at Winthrop 
60-72 


02-24-07 


VMI 

W 109-92 


02-27-07 


Radford 
W 90-73 


03-01-07 


vs. VMI 
81-91 L 





2006-07 HIGH POINT 




UNIVERSITY MEN'S 




BASKETBALL ROSTER 




Name (#) 


CJ 


Hometown 




Matt Boswell (20) 


FR 


Piedmont, S.C. 




Troy Bowen (24) 


SO 


Nashua, N.H. 




Tim Burns (1 1 


FR 


Franklinville, N.J. 




Melvin Crowder (3) 


SO 


Charlotte, N.C. 




Cruz Daniels (50) 


FR 


Clearwater, FL 




Mike Davidson (22) 


SO 


Concord, N.C. 




Eugene Harris (4) 


FR 


Pittsburgh, PA 




Mike Jefferson (1) 


JR 


Kansas City, Mo 




Josh Lamons (31) 


SO 


Miami, FL 




Jerald Minnis (2) 


JR 


Miami, FL 




Landon Quick (10) 


SR 


High Point, N.C. 




Arizona Reid (30) 


JR 


Gaffney, S.C. 




Brandon Shephard (12) 


FR 


Monroe, N.C. 




Joey Taylor (33) 


FR 


Leeds, Ala 




Kyle Witek (14) 


JR 


Brevard, N.C. 




Head Coach 




Bart Lundy (Winthrop, 1993) 




4 th Year at HPU 




Associate Head Coach 




Josh Schertz (Florida Atlantic, 


2000) - 4 th year at HPU 




Assistant Coaches 




Don Burgess (Radford, 1994) 




-2 nd year at HPU 




Brian MacDonald (Florida Atlantic, 


2005) -1 st year at HPU 







Troy Owen takes aim from deep. 



Landon Quick was the lone Senior for 
the Panthers. 




Landon Quick 
drives past a 
North Carolina 
Tar Heel 
defender. 

High Point University 55 



women's basketball 



High Point University Women's 
Basketball Stats 2006-07 




The HPU women's basket- 




ball team captured the Big 


Amber Manuel 


South regular season title. 


battle for a 




rebound in M 


56 High Point University 2006-2007 


WNIT action. jj^^_^^ 



Date 
Score 

11-09-06 
48-78 L 



03-15-07 
45-72 L 



Opponent 

at NC State 




11-17-06 
48-62 L 


at Wake Forest 


11-20-06 
W 63-49 


UNC Wilmington 


11-26-06 
W 74-62 


William & Mary 


11-29-06 
63-81 L 


Davidson College 


12-6-06 
W 54-51 


at Elon 


12-10-06 
W 73-44 


Gardner-Webb University 


12-16-06 
W 89-74 


at Campbel 


12-18-06 
53-63 L 


at UNC Greensboro 


12-20-06 
49-87 L 


at South Carolina 


12-29-06 
70-82 L 


vs. Ohio 


12-30-06 
W 70-53 


vs. Campbell 


01-02-07 
39-67 L 


at Florida State 


01-09-07 
W 59-41 


Longwood University 


01-13-07 
W 70-60 


at Birmingham Southern 


01-17-07 
69-72 L 


at UNC Asheville 


01-20-07 
WOT 64-62 


Liberty University 


01-27-07 
W 74-63 


atWinthrop 


01-31-07 
W 57-55 


Radford University 


02-03-07 
W 65-52 


Coastal Carolina 


02-06-07 
W 64-58 


Charleston Southern 


02-10-07 
W 67-61 


at Liberty 


02-13-07 
55-71 L 


at Radford 


02-17-07 
W 60-52 


Birmingham Southern 


02-21-07 
W 59-53 


UNC Asheville 


02-24-07 
57-66 L 


at Coastal Carolina 


02-26-07 
W 63-51 


at Charleston Southern 


03-03-07 
W 57-49 


Winthrop University 


03-08-07 
50-57 L 


vs. Winthrop University 



at Charlotte 49ers 





HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




2006-2007 ROSTER 


Na 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


1 


Linda Rambert 


Fr. 


Durham, N.C. 


3 


Ayonna Thompson 


So. 


Greenville, S.C 


10 


Lisa Judkins 


So. 


Kernersville, N.C 


11 


Katie Ralls 


Sr. 


High Point, NC 


12 


Leslie Cook 


Sr. 


High Point, NC 


14 


Candyce Sellers 


Sr. 


Burlington, N.C. 


20 


Amy Will 


Fr. 


Wilkesboro, NC 


21 


Andrea Tucker 


Fr. 


Concord, N.C. 


22 


Caitlin Thys 


So. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


23 


April Benson 


Fr. 


Badin, N.C. 


25 


Jennifer Long 


So. 


Columbus, G.A 


33 


Amber Manuel 


Jr. 


Virginia Beach, VA 


35 


Erica Brockmyer 


Sr. 


Schenectady, N.Y. 


44 


Ashlee Samuels 


Fr. 


Wytheville, VA 


Head Coach: Tooey Loy (High Point, '94) 


Career Record: 82-63, .566 (Record at HPU: Same) 


Assistant Coaches: Ka 


-en Curtis (High Point, '98) 


Katie 


O'Dell (High Point, 


'06) 




David Kim (Wake Forest, 


'03) 






Andrea Tucker shoots over a 
Charlotte defender. 




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2006-2007 High Point University 57 



cheerleading 




High Point Univers 


ty Cheerleaders 2006-07 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


Nikki Adams 


Soph 


Ipswich, MA 


Emily Adkins 


Soph 


Salisbury, MD 


Cassidy Canipe 


Fr. 


Hickory, NC 


Elizabeth Carty 


Soph 


High Point, NC 


Randy Cloney 


Fr. 


Fairfield, ME 


Brittany Crews 


Soph 


Raleigh, NC 


Tiffani Cuyler-Greenhill 


Soph 


La Plata, MD 


Ann-Marie Furr 


Fr. 


Concord, NC 


Amber Gotch 


Fr. 


Magnolia, DE 


Nikkie Groat 


Fr. 


Matthews, NC 


Corey Hamby-captain 


Jr. 


Williamsport, MD 


Danielle Justice 


Fr. 


Haw River, NC 


Brittany Loomis 


Fr. 


Burlington, NC 


Megan McGee 


Soph 


Lexington, NC 


Brittany Overman 


Fr. 


Snow Camp, NC 


Katie Wilson 


Fr. 


Shelton, CT 


Tracy Collum-Coach 








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58 High Point University 2006-2007 





2006-2007 High Point University 59 



cross country 




Sumiyya Hunter helps panthers to a team win at NC 
Collegiate Championships. 





2006 Women's Cross Country Schedule 
Date Event 

Sept. 1,2006 Wake Forest Relays 


Place 

3 rd 


Sept. 9, 2006 


UVA Invitational 


5th 


Sept. 23, 2006 


N.C. Collegiate Championships 


, St 


Sept. 29, 2006 


Paul Short Invitational 


17th 


Oct. 13,2006 


Blue Ridqe Open 


4 th 


Oct. 28, 2006 


Big South Championships 


3rd 



The women's Cross Country team starts to break away from the pack. 

60 High Point University Z006-2007 



H 


gh Point 


University 


2006 Women's Cross Country Team 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


Kate Atkinson 


Jr. 


Shepherdstown, W. Va 


Kali Burt 


So. 


Ontario, Canada 


Joya Canfield 


Fr. 


Berlin, Md. 


Michelle Foley 


Sr. 


Winston Salem, N.C. 


Cheryl Guiney 


Jr. 


Belfast, Northern Ireland 


Sumiyya Hunter 


Jr. 


Batavia, N.Y. 


Shawnna Truelove 


Sr. 


Bethesda, Md. 


Geneva Winterink 


Fr. 


Oshawa, Ontario 


Shauna Marsh 


So. 


Nova Scotia, Canada 




High Point University 
2006 Men's Cross Country Schedule 

Date Event Place 

Sept. 1,2006 Wake Forest Relays 3 rd 



Sept. 9, 2006 


UVA Invitational 


6 th 


Sept. 23, 2006 


N.C. Colleqiate Championships 


ist 


Sept. 29, 2006 


Paul Short Invitational 


12 th 


Oct. 13,2006 


Blue Ridqe Open 


ist 



Oct. 28, 2006 Big South Championships 




The men's Cross Country team at the 
start of the race. 



Michelle Focey runs 
uphill toward the 
finish line. 



Steven Royal and Kyle 
Loonsbury lead the pack. 



High Point University 


2006 Men 


s Cross Country Team 


Name 


CL 


Hometown 


Tamas Kovacs 


So. 


Veszprem, Hungary 


Daniel Slaydon 


Jr. 


Ridgeway, Va. 


Steven Royal 


Jr. 


Chadds Ford, Pa 


Josh Morgan 


Fr. 


Asheville, N.C. 


Kyle Lounsbury 


Sr. 


Clemmons, N.C. 


Jessie Cherry 


So. 


Chugiak, Alaska 


Josh Cashman 


Fr. 


Deep River, Conn. 


Oystein Anderson 


Fr. 


Bergen, Norway 


Justin Adams 


Jr. 


Patrick Springs, Va. 



Kate Atkinson pushes toward the 
finish line. 




2006-2007 High Point University 61 



006-07 High Point University Women's Golf Team 



Name 


Class 


Hometown 


Chelsea Betts 


Freshman 


Berlin, Maryland 


Fiona Carroll 


Freshman 


Athenry, Ireland 


Lisa Chandler 


Freshman 


Southern Pines, North Carolir 


Ann Mane Dalton 


Junior 


Carlow, Ireland 


Kim Daniels 


Junior 


Timonium, Maryland 


McKenzie Diehm 


Sophomore 


Lumberton, New Jersey 


Julie Ethier 


Senior 


Navan, Ontario 


Jenna Kinnear 


Senior 


Belfast, Northern Ireland 


Christa Miller 


Sophomore 


Hillsborough, North Carolina 


Kate O'Sullivan 


Senior 


Paisley, Scotland 




Head Coach: Julie Streng 
Assistant Coach: Paige Haverty 




62 High Point University 2006-2007 



Ryan Wilson tees it up for 
the Panthers 



2006-07 


Hi^h Point Univt 


rsitv Men's Golf Team 


Name 


Class 


Hometown 


Paxton Davis 


Freshman 


High Point, North Carolina 


Tim Deavers 


Senior 


LaPlata, Maryland 


Matt Hammond 


Senior 


Clayton, North Carolina 


Marc Issler 


Junior 


Toms River, New Jersey 


Michael Kocheckian Sophomore 


High Point, North Carolina 


Andrew Mespelt 


Junior 


High Point, North Carolina 


Hogan Nance 


Freshman 


Hilton Head, South Carolina 


Zach Pranger 


Sophomore 


St. Louis, Missouri 


Chase Wilson 


Senior 


High Point, North Carolina 


Ryan Wilson 


Sophomore 


High Point, North Carolina 


Daniel Windoff 


Senior 


Ljungsbro, Sweden 





2006-2007 High Point University 63 



panther FANalics 




Garrett Neisler brought Mayhem from Millis to the road. This is a great 
example of a diehard FANatic at HPU! 

64 High Point University 2006-2007 




2006-2007 High Point University 65 



men's soccer 






HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY 




2006 MEN'S SOCCER ROSTER 


Na 


Name 


a 


Hometown 


2 


John Berry 


FR 


Kernersville, N.C 


3 


Harry Wilkes 


JR 


Alexandria, Va. 


4 


Victor Harrison 


SR 


Winston Salem, N.C. 


5 


Daniel Medhurs 


SO 


Crawley, England 


6 


Daniel Walsh 


SO 


Poole, England 


7 


Gordon Smith 


SO 


Annapolis, Md. 


8 


Cole Atkins 


JR 


Charleston, S.C. 


9 


Hilaire Babou 


FR 


Wheaton, Md. 


10 


Dan Haywood 


SO 


Spaldwick, England 


11 


Chris Archer 


SR 


Hilton, England 


12 


Chris Shrum 


SO 


Falls Church, Va. 


14 


Michael Earman 


SO 


Centerville, Ohio 


15 


Ricky Medhurst 


SO 


Crawley, England 


16 


Brandon Young 


SO 


Glen Allen, Va. 


17 


Josh Windley 


JR 


Simpsonville, S.C. 


18 


Kevin Broadley 


FR 


High Point, N.C. 


19 


Allen Parker 


FR 


Jackson, Miss. 


20 


Christian Morfaw 


SR 


Mankow, Cameroon 


21 


Justin Willis 


FR 


Raleigh, N.C. 


22 


Michael Tolman 


SR 


Flockton, England 


23 


Anthony Amaniera 


FR 


Franklinville, N.J. 


24 


Matt Tuttle 


FR 


Rural Hall, N.C. 


25 


Ryan Puppolo 


FR 


Heidelberg, Germany 


26 


Minami Kawakubo 


SO 


Kobushicho, Japan 


28 


Daniel Clark 


SO 


Minnetonka, Minn. 


29 


Adam Ross 


SO 


Greensboro, N.C. 


Head Coach: Peter Broadley 




Assistant Coach: Tony Falvino 




Goalkeepers Coach: Gregg W 


egel 


Volunteer Assistant Coach: David Upchurch 




Hilaive Babou provided a spark for HPU as a freshman, earning Big South 
All-Freshman team honors and Second Team All-Conference. 



66 High Point University 2006-2007 








High Point University Men's Soccer Results 



Date 
Score 



Opponent 



Auq. 24, 2006 


at Gardner-Webb 


1-1 T02 


Auq. 26. 2006 


vs. UNF 


0-1 L 


Sep. 06, 2006 


Appalachian State 


2-3 L 


Sep. 08, 2006 


Wofford Colleqe 


1-2 L 


Sep. 10,2006 


at Lonqwood University 


W4-0 


Sep. 16,2006 


#22 Elon 


1-1 T02 


Sep. 20, 2006 


at Campbell 


1-3 L 


Sep. 24, 2006 


Montreat Colleqe 


1-2 L 


Sep. 27, 2006 


atWinthrop 


2-3 L 


Sep. 30, 2006 


Virqinia Military 


W2-0 


Oct. 03, 2006 


at #3 North Carolina 


3-3 T02 


Oct. 07, 2006 


Birminqham Southern 


W 1-0 


Oct. 10,2006 


UNCAsheville 


W3-2 


Oct. 14,2006 


at UNC Greensboro 


0-1 L 


Oct. 18, 2006 


at Liberty 


1-2 LOT 


Oct. 21,2006 


Pfieffer 


W4-2 


Oct. 25, 2006 


at Radford 


0-4 L 


Oct. 28, 2006 


at Coastal Carolina 


0-1 L02 


Nov. 02, 2006 


at Radford 


1-1 T02 


Nov. 03, 2006 


vs. #2 Coastal Carolina 


W2-1 



Nov. 05, 2006 vs. #1 Winthrop 



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women's soccer 




Laura Eldridge makes a play on a ball between defenders. 





Amy Anzovino battles for the ball. 



Traci 

Anderson 
earned 
All-Big South 
honors for 
HPU. 



2006 Women's Soccer Results 


F cvg 


Orrqpgpv 


Ueqtq 


08-25-06 


atUSF 


0-4 L 


08-27-06 


vs. Alabama A&M 


0-1 L 


09-01-06 


vs. Miami-FL 


1-2 L 


09-03-06 


vs. Virginia Tech 


2-3 L 


09-08-06 


Davidson 


0-2 L 


09-10-06 


at Elon 


1-2 L 


09-15-06 


at Gardner-Webb 


1-5 L 


09-20-06 


VMI 


W5-2 


09-23-06 


at Birmingham Southern 0-4 L 


09-27-06 


at Liberty 


1-2 L 


09-30-06 


Charleston Southern 


W 1-0 


10-04-06 


Presbyterian College 


W2-0 


10-06-06 


at UNC Asheville 


0-1 L 


10-11-06 


Winthrop 


1-2 LOT 


10-15-06 


Francis Marion 


1-2 LOT 


10-21-06 


at Radford 


W 3-1 


10-25-06 


at NC State 


0-1 L 


10-28-06 


Coastal Carolina 


3-4 L 


11-02-06 


vs. Liberty 


2-3 L OT 




Lauren 
Stockell 
looks 

forward in 
hopes of 
advancing 
the ball. 





Laura 

Eldridge was 

named to 

the Big 

South 

All-Freshman 

squad. 






>> 



2006 HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S SOCCER ROSTER 



Name (#) 
Hometown 



CL 



Mansa Abbott (0) 
Troy, NY 


FR 


Traci Andersen (21) 
Hayes, VA 


SR 


Amy Anzovino (4) 
Adworth, GA 


JR 


Caroline Carver (2) 
Knoxvilfe, TN 


50 


Sami Cromartie (13) 
Plantation, FL 


FR 


Reine DeLaat (7) 
South Euclid, OH 


SR 


Danielle Eldridge (27) 
Bradenton, FL 


FR 


Laura Eldridge (26) 
Knoxville, TN 


FR 


Jinene Enders (8) 

Harrisburq, PA 


SR 


Kelly Farrell (3) 
Weston, FL 


SO < 


Megan Fielden (9) 
Carlsbad, CA 


JR I 
\ 


Meredyth Heppe (25) 
Villanova, PA 


SO I 
I 


Renee Hitchcock (17) 
Ashland, OH 


SO / 
I 



Danielle Hitchner (22) 
Pennsville, NJ 



JR 






Caroline Craver prepares to get the 
Panthers going with a throw-in. 



Lindsay Hitchner (20) 
Pennsville, NJ 


RS-SO 


Ashley Holleran (28) 
Peabody, MA 


FR 


Emily Hoist (11) 
Fairway, KS 


FR 


Mailory Kimsey (1) 
Palm Harbor, FL 


FR 


Beckie Lesh (12) 
Sprinq Garden, PA 


JR 


Leslie Long (16) 
Pilesqrove, NJ 


SO 


Gaby McLaughlin (23) 
Union, WV 


SR 


Hannah Nail (30) 
Greensboro, NC 


RS-SO 


Claire Poh (24) 
Frankfurt, KY 


FR 


Courtney Spotts (33) 
Fort Collins, CO 


FR 


Lauren Stockell (15) 
Wildwood, MO 


FR 


Karolina Straby (14) 
Uppsala, Sweden 


JR 


AlexTorriero (18) 
Lansdale, PA 


JR 




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2006-2007 High Point University 69 



men's tennis 




angin keeps the 
volley going, returning the 
ball to his opposition. 



Date 

Jan. 30, 2007 


Vlen's Tennis Results 2007 

Opponent 

at North Carolina State 


Score 

L 1-6 


Jan. 31, 2007 


UNC Greensboro 


L 3-4 


Feb. 08, 2007 


UNC Wilminqton 


L2-5 


Feb. 17,2007 


East Carolina 


W5-1 


Feb. 20, 2007 


at Campbell University 


L3-4 


Mar. 16,2007 


UNCAsheville 


W4-3 


Feb. 27, 2007 


Elon University 


L 0-7 


Feb. 28, 2007 


Hampton University 


W4-3 


Mar. 20, 2007 


Birmingham Southern Colleqe 


W6-1 


Mar. 27, 2007 


Winthrop University 


W4-3 


Mar. 17,2007 


at Coastal Carolina 


W4-3 


Mar. 30, 2007 


South Carolina State 


L1-6 


Mar. 23, 2007 


Radford 


L 1-6 


Apr. 03, 2007 


at Liberty 


W6-1 


Apr. 04, 2007 


Appalachian State University 


L 2-5 


Apr. 10,2007 


Gardner Webb University 


13-4 



70 High Point University 2006-2007 




High Point University 
2007 Men's Tennis Team 

Name 

Julien Antraygues 
Benjamine Deloume 
Maxime Dutois 
Henri Mangin 
Jack Notton 
David Perren 
Jim Trussler 




Julien Antray_ 
ball sailing ov 
his opponent. 







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women's tennis 




■ 




4 



AC Talus reaches h 


gh 




to smack a 


serve. 


High Point University 
2007 Women's Tennis Team 








Name CI 








Becky Carr So. 
Suzanne Celensu Sr. 








Sarah McDonaugh Sr. 
Caroline Mount Fr. 


Kelly Tolman 
returns a serve 
from her 
opponent. 






Iris Schabetsberger Jr. 
Ann-Charlotte Talus Sr. 
Kelly Tolman So 
Jody Wicks So 



72 High Point University 2006-2007 







Women's Tennis Results 2007 



Date 

Feb. 08, 2007 


Opponent 

UNC Greensboro 


Score 

W 4-3 


Feb. 09, 2007 


UNC Wilminqton 


W4-3 


Feb. 20, 2007 


at North Carolina A &T 


W7-0 


Feb. 20, 2007 


at Campbell University 


L2-5 


Feb. 24, 2007 


UNCAsheville 


W 6-1 


Feb. 27, 2007 


Elon University 


L 2-5 



Feb. 27, 2007 


Hampton University 


L 3-4 


Mar. 20, 2007 


Birmingham-Southern College 


W 5-2 


Mar. 27, 2007 


Winthrop University 


L 0-7 


Mar. 17,2007 


at Coastal Carolina 


L1-6 


Mar. 30, 2007 


South Carolina State 


L1-6 


Mar. 22, 2007 


Radford 


W6-1 


Apr, 04, 2007 


Appalachian State University 


W6-1 


Apr. 03, 2007 


at Liberty 


W5-2 



Apr. 10, 2007 Gardner Web University 



W4-3 



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men's 
track & Field 




* 



i 



Jon Bennett sets up to take a jump at the Big South 
Conference Championships. 





Josh Morgan takes the 
Big South 800-meter 
crown and advances 
to the regional meet. 



■». *~ 



High 


Point U 


liversity 


2007 Men' 1 


. Track 


Name 


Class 


Hometown 


Justin Adams 


Jr. 


Patrick Springs, Va. 


Oystein Anderson 


Fr. 


Bergen, Norway 


Andrew Barber 


Jr. 


High Point, N.C 


Jon Bennett 


So. 


Inglewood, Calif 


Josh Cashman 


Fr. 


Deep River, Conn 


Jesse Cherry 


So. 


Chugiak, Alaska 


Kishuan English 


Jr. 


Columbia, Tenn 


Gene Galloway 


Sr. 


Winston Salem, N.C. 


Tamas Kovacs 


So. 


Veszprem, Hungary 


Kyle Lounsbury 


Sr. 


Clemmons, N.C. 


Josh Morgan 


Fr. 


Asheville, N.C. 


Daniel Page 


So. 


Hollywood, Md. 


Jacob Peters 


Jr. 


Wheelersburg, Ohio 


Daniel Slaydon 


Jr. 


Ridgeway, Va. 



74 High Point University 2006-2007 



Kishaun 

Englisy 

reaches for 

distance in 

the triple 

jump. 




High Point University 
2007 Men's and Women's Indoor Track Schedule 



Date Event 

Dec. 1, 2006 Clemson Invitational 

Jan. 12, 2007 Virginia Tech 

Jan. 20, 2007 U of Maryland Invitational 

Jan. 26, 2007 UNC Fast Times 

Feb. 3, 2007 Carolina Invitational 

Feb. 9, 2007 Carolina Classic 

Feb. 17, 2007 Big South Championships 

Feb. 3, 2007 Virginia Tech Last Chance Meet 

March 9, 2007 NCAA Indoor Championships 



Location 

Clemson, S.C. 
Blacksburg, Va 
Landover, Md. 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Chapel Hill, N.C 
Clemson, S.C. 
Blacksburg, Va. 
Fayetteville, Ark. 



' 



High Point University 
2007 Men's and Women's Outdoor Track Schedule 



Date 


Event 


Location 


March 16, 2007 


49ers Classic 


Charlotte, N.C. 


March 22, 2007 


Wake Forest Relays 


Winston Salem, N.C 


March 31, 2007 


Charlotte Invitational 


Charlotte, N.C. 


April 6, 2007 


Duke Invitational 


Durham, N.C. 


April 14,2007 


Carolina Fast Times 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


April 19,2007 


Big South Championships 


Lynchburg, Va. 


April 26, 2007 


Penn Relays 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


May 6, 2007 


Duke Twilight 


Durham, N.C. 


May 11,2007 


Carolina Elite 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


May 25, 2007 


NCAA Regional 


Gainesville, Fla. 




Daniel Slaydon splashes down in the men's 
3000-meter steeplechase. 



2006-2007 High Point University 75 



women's 
track & Field 




Casey Gillingham prepares to throw the javelin. 



Name 

Kate Atkinson 
Kali Burt 
oya Canfield 
Rachel Davis 
Michelle Foley 
Casey Gillingham 
Kandi Givner 
Jasmine Jones-Green 
Cheryl Guiney 

rittany Harris 
Sumiyya Hunter 
Briauna Lowery 
Shauna Marsh 
Colleen Murphy 
Dana Robinson 
Carnai Simpson 
Shalietta Stokes 

ilisha Thompson 

ShawnnaTruelove 

Geneva Winterink 



So. 

Fr. 

So. 

Sr. 

Sr. 

Fr. 

Jr. 

Jr. 

Fr. 

Jr. 

So. 

So. 

Fr. 

So. 

Sr. 

Fr. 

So. 

Sr. 

Fr. 



Shepherdstown, W. Va. 
Ontario, Canada 
Berlin, Md. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
l/inston Salem, N.C. 
Hollywood, Md. 
Somerset, N.J. 
Sierra Vista, Ariz. 
Belfast, Northern Ireland 
Ocean City, Md. 
Batavia, N.Y. 
League City, Texas 
Nova Scotia, Canada 
West Deptford, N.J 
Lexington, N.C. 
Hampton, Va. 
Lanhan, Md. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Bethesda, Md. 
Oshawa, Ontario 



76 High Point University 2006-2007 







Joya Canfield rounds 
the turn in a 
mid-distance event. 



High Point University 
2007 Men's and Women's Indoor Track Schedule 



Date 

Dec 



Event 

Clemson Invitational 



Location 

Clemson, S.C 



Jan. 12,2007 


Virqinia Tech 


Blacksburq, Va 


Jan. 20, 2007 


U of Maryland Invitational 


Landover, Md. 


Jan. 26, 2007 


UNC Fast Times 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


Feb. 3, 2007 


Carolina Invitational 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


Feb. 9, 2007 


Carolina Classic 


Chapel Hill, N.C 


Feb. 17,2007 


Biq South Championships 


Clemson, S.C. 


Feb. 3, 2007 


Virqinia Tech Last Chance Meet 


Blacksburq, Va, 



March 9, 2007 NCAA Indoor Championships Fayetteville, Ark 

High Point University 
2007 Men's and Women's Outdoor Track Schedule 




Date 

March 16,2007 


Event 

49ers Classic 


Location 

Charlotte, N.C. 


March 22, 2007 


Wake Forest Relays 


Winston Salem, N.C 


March 31, 2007 


Charlotte Invitational 


Charlotte, N.C. 


April 6, 2007 


Duke Invitational 


Durham, N.C. 


April 14,2007 


Carolina Fast Times 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


April 19,2007 


Biq South Championships 


Lynchburq, Va. 


April 26, 2007 


Penn Relays 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


May 6, 2007 


Duke Twilight 


Durham, N.C. 


May 11,2007 


Carolina Elite 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 



5£t- '' 










Kate Atkinson runs out of the water in the women's 
300-meter steeplechase. 



May 25, 2007 NCAA Regional 



Gainesville, Fla. 



2006-2007 High Point University 77 





Lone senior Sabrina Wahid blasts a spike. 



High Point University Volleyball Roster 



Name (#) 


Pos 


Hometown 


Kristen Dalton (10) 


DS 


Wanchese, N.C. 


Tara Dyer (12) 


DS 


Fountain Hills, Ariz 


Audrey Gonzalez (16) 


OH/DS 


Peoria, Ariz 


Lauren Hatch (5) 


S 


Powell, Ohio 


Ashley Johnson (3) 


MB 


Alexandria, Ind. 


Whitney Kaltenegger (23) 


OH 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Megan Kaminskas (7) 


OH 


Flagstaff, Ariz. 


Jamie Kaufman (33) 


OH 


Pacific Palisades, Cali 


Ashley Mellott (4) 


OH 


Corbett, Ore. 


Caroline Miler (8) 


OH 


Summerville, S.C. 


Ashley Plume (17) 


DS 


Sharpsburg, Md. 


Lindsay Raus (2) 


MB 


Wooster, Ohio 


Lyndsay Rowley (1) 


DS/OH 


New Albany, Ohio 


Rachel Schamberger (14) 


OH 


Rochester, NY 


Kristina Taylor (9) 


S 


Chandler, Ariz. 


Sabrina Wahid (6) 


MB 


Houston, Texas 


HEAD COACH 






Chad Esposito (St. Andrews, 1991) 




3 rd year at HPU 






ASSISTANT COACHES 




Gretchen Krumdieck- 1 st 


year at HPU 


Debbie Workman-1 st yea 


r at HPU 





78 High Point University 2006-2007 




Audie 

Gonzalez 

looks to 

score 

another 

point for 

HPU. 



H 1 


m jM 






High Point University Volleyball 
High Point Match Results 

Date Opponent 
Score 

08-26-06 Buffalo 1-3 L 


08-27-06 


Davidson 


1-3 L 


08-29-06 


East Tennessee State 


0-3 L 


09-01-06 


at North Carolina A&T 


W3-0 


09-05-06 


at UNC Greensboro 


2-3 L 


09-08-06 


vs. Montana 


1-3 L 


09-08-06 


vs. Portland 


0-3 L 


09-09-06 


vs. UT Pan American 


2-3 L 


09-09-06 


vs. Cornell 


0-3 L 


09-15-06 


vs. Valparaiso 


0-3 L 


09-15-06 


at Western Carolina 


2-3 L 


09-16-06 


vs. Kent State 


0-3 L 


09-21-06 


Winthrop 


0-3 L 


09-26-06 


at Winston Salem State 


W3-0 


09-29-06 


at Charleston Southern 


W3-2 


09-30-06 


at Coastal Carolina 


W 3-1 


10-03-06 


UNCAsheville 


1-3 L 


10-08-06 


Birminqham-Southern 


W3-0 


10-11-06 


at Elon 


0-3 L 


10-13-06 


Radford 


W3-1 


10-14-06 


Liberty 


0-3 L 


10-17-06 


at Gardner Webb 


0-3 L 


10-21-06 


at Birminqham-Southern 


2-3 L 


10-22-06 


at UNCAsheville 


1-3 L 


10-27-06 


Charleston Southern 


W3-0 


10-28-06 


Coastal Carolina 


W3-2 


10-31-06 


Campbell 


W3-0 


11-03-06 


at Radford 


2-3 L 


11-04-06 


at Liberty 


0-3 L 


11-07-06 


North Carolina A&T 


W3-0 


11-10-06 


at Winthrop 


0-3 L 




Audie Gonzalez is digging it for 
HPU as she keeps play going. 



2006-2007 High Point University 79 




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80 High Point University 2006-2007 




greek life 





Greek Week 


R? 




Alpha Gamma Delta . 


...84 




Alpha Kappa Alpha 


84 




Delta Sigma Theta . . 


...85 




Kappa Delta 


85 




Phi Mu 


86 




Zeta Tau Alpha 


86 




Delta Sigma Phi 


87 




Kappa Alpha Psi 


87 




Lamda Chi Alpha 


88 




Pi Kappa Alpha 


88 




Pi Kappa Phi 


89 




Theta Chi 


R9 



2006-2007 High Point University 81 



Greeh Week 




Corey Middleton and 

Pi Kappa Phi really know 

how to move... 



82 High Point University 2006-2007 



Pi Kappa Phi and AKA pose in their togas 
for points during Greek Week. 



Brittany Crews, Mae Norman, Momo Nauman 

and Megan Keany sport the matching togas at 

the bowling alley. 




Zeta Tau Alpha and Lambda Chi Alpha chose 
the theme of WOW for Greek Week. 



The Pikes spike the ball on Phi Mu during the volleyball 
portion of the very competitive week! 




Alpha Gamma Delta girls are hoping to 
win this competition ... they need the 
points to become Greek Week champs. 

2006-2007 High Point University 83 



Alpha Gamma Delta 




Alpha Kappa Alpha 



84 




Delta Sigma Theta 




Kappa Delta 







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" "..' 200&5007 ."High Point [Mtifak? • 85 






PhiHu 







Zeta Tau Alpha 



■ 




Delta Sigma Phi 




Kappa Alpha Psi 




Lambda Chi Alpha 




Pi Kappa Alpha 





90 High Point University 2006-2007 






2 






■ 

#1 'S 
1 







people 

Seniors 92 

Juniors 104 

Sophomores 106 

Freshmen 108 

Faculty/Staff 112 



2006-2007 High Point University 91 



seniors 



Lena Angelichio 



Tamika Bates 



Alexandra Berendzen 

92 High Point University 2006-2007 




Justin Adams 



Erin Allen 




Mia Anthony 



Jennifer Barber 



Marilyn Barkers 




Donald Belton, Jr. 



Cassidy Belvin 



Stephanie Beno 




Monica Blocker 



Kristen Brown 



Cassandra Brunson 




Jessica Culp 

2006-2007 High Point University 93 




Joshua Faucette 

94 High Point University 2006-2007 




Lindsey Hess 

2006-2007 High Point University 95 




Rachel Johnson 

96 High Point University 2006-2007 




Jermaine McCain 

2006-2007 High Point University 97 




Elvita Mc Fadden 



Alexandra Messerly 



Marie Moukdarath 

98 High Point University 2006-2007 



Sundi Mc Gee 



Seon Mc Laughlin 



Joanna Meade 




Trevor Mills 



Barbara Montalvo 



Wendy Moore 




Newsam Mutamba 



George Neisler 



Marie-Nicole Nev 




Amanda Roberts 

2006-2007 High Point University 99 




Tammy Shelton 



Jennifer Sherman 



Tiffany Simmons 



Jessica Simon 




Carnai Simpson 



Melissa Smalls 



Courtney Smith 



Amanda M. Stallings 



100 High Point University 2006-2007 




Alex Stanley 



Shannon Stevenson 



Lorryn Stillson 



Dennis Swaka 




Shawana Torrence 



Brandon Valentine 



Zana Vance 



Sabrina Wahid 




Heidi Waibel 



Cynthia Waller 



Latonya Watson 



Sheena Wedge 



2006-2007 High Point University 101 




Odell Whitlock 



Sarah Williams 



Chase Wilson 



Valerie Wilson 




Laura Wolf 



Roger Zalinger 

102 High Point University 2006-2007 



Jessica Wubbenhorst 



Laura Wyant 



Joseph Zito 



Jennifer Znilek 



Megumi Yo Shioka 




juniors 




Leslie Jordan Minami Kawakubo Leigh Anne Kincaid Laura Kirkman Marcus Lane 

104 High Point University 2006-2007 




Rachel Linhart 



Andrea Moller 



Kevin Quick 



Krista Wagoner 




Jessica Zazzarino 



Brandon Loflin Yolanda Martinez Sarah Mc Coy Lisa Mc Kinney 




Vincent Nelson 



Amber Parrish Michael Pescatore Thang Pham 




Ben Smith 



Damon Smith 



Greg Smith 



Megumi Tanaka 




Patricia Wriston Khou Xiong Jerry Yang JennaYow 



2006-2007 High Point University 105 



sophomores 



Valerie Angel 



Candy Bush 




Emily Adkins 



Ashley Albrecht 



Elyse Berrier 



Sydney Blanks 



Ki'Yonna Brown 



Tiffany Bush 



Elizabeth Carty 



Craig Clodfelter 



Shana Alexander 




Sara Buchanan 




Rachel Davis 




I 1 

Jessica Dos Santos Joel Flowers Shannon Griffin Ashley Harvey Jennifer Hastings 




Arletha Johnson 



Mayila Johnson 



Erin Jones 



T'Neesha Jones 



Jesse Kiser 



106 High Point University 2006-2007 




Tamas Kovacs Jake Lawrence Debbie Louissaint Wendy Marshall 



Christa Miller 



Kevin Mitchell 



John Mullen 



Valerie Payne 



Christina Robinson Ranessa Rouse Kenya Savage Shalietta Stokes 



Nakela Mc Neill 




Will Rhodes 




Jessika Walker 




Misty Wamsley Phillipa Warren Faith Whitesides Christopher Willis Toua Xiong 



2006-2007 High Point University 107 



freshmen 



Ashley Akers 



Domenique Black 



Joya Canfield 

108 High Point University 2006-2007 




Paul Abell 



Courtney Adamo 



Chad Aikens 



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Devon Anderson Spencer Andrews 



Victoria Baxter 



Alyssa Bevere 




Patrick Bliss 



Kara Boatman 



Kyle Boyan 



Andrew Boyd 








Kristina Hardy 



Spencer Hatcher 

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Nick Karas 



Kathryn Little 



Bryan Kaylor 



Vanessa Koch 



Paige Koster 



Rachel Leshinski 




Mary Beth Long Renee Losievsky 



Andrew Lucas 



Danny Lyons 




Amanda Nelson 

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Kevin Peace 



Michael Penny Domenic Petrongolo Jenna Picard 




Michael Roux 



James West 



Blake Santmyer Sharisse Saunders 



Trenton Schneider 



Daniel Short 




Samantha Tuthill Benjamin Tutterow Meghan Valentine Jordan Vanderburg Michael Wasulko 




i/illiam Whitacre Justin White Austin Wilbourne Dustin Wilder 

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Kathy Hoover 

Database Administrator Institutional Advancement 

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Sherron James 

Payroll/Benefits Specialist 



Bobby Little 

Professor/Chair, Criminal Justice 



Emily Nekl 

Assistant Professor Biology 



Lynda Noffsinger 

Counselor, Student fije 



Phil Norwood 

Associate Professor. Pelrgrorr & Ptirfosopty 



Wid Painter 

Professor; Chemistry 



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Nancy Penneil 

Faculty Secretary, Biology 



Gerald Smith 

Professor, Biology 



Kim Soban 

Director ot Counseling Services 



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Thomas Stockton 

Bishop in Residence 



Rans Triplett 

Dean of Students 



Gale Varner 

Administrative Assistant to VP 
for Institutional Advancement 



Jim Wehrley 

Associate Professor & Dean of Business 



Complete List of Faculty and Staff 



Mrs. Carolyn Adams 
Dr. James Adams 
Dr. Jeffrey Adams 

Mr. Ronald Adams 
Dr. Heather Ann-Redding 
Dr. Akintunde Akinade 
Dr. Thomas Albritton 

Dr. Christine Allred 

Mrs. Brigitte Arbore 

Mr. Walter Bradley Archer 

Dr. Lee Baker 

Mr. Sal Bando, Jr. 

Ms. Sam Beck 

Dr. Martie Bell 

Dr. Richard Bennington 

Dr. David Bergen 

Mr. D. Andrew Bills 

Mrs. Donna Booth 

Dr. B Gray Bowman 

Mr. Jay Nobel Bozman 

Mr. Peter S. Broadley 

Mrs. Lisa Brock 



Spanish Instructor 

Professor and Chair, Management and Marketing 

Director of Institutional Research and 

Assessment 

Assistant Director of Financial Planning 

Criminal Justice 

Associate Professor, Religion 

Department Chair and Associate Professor, 
English and Communications 

Associate Professor, Education 

Registered Nurse 

Assistant Professor, Theatre 

Professor of English and Communication 

Head Baseball Coach 

Director of Career Development 

Associate Professor 

Chair, Home Furnishings and Design 

Chair, Behavior Sciences and H/S 

Assistant V.P. of Enrollment 

Secretary, Budd Services 

Professor of Chemistry 

Admissions Counselor 

Instructor ES/HPE 

Assistant Director of Student Accounts 



Mr. Matthew Brown 
Mrs. Sarah Bryce 
Mr. David Bryden 
Mr. Don Burgess 
Ms. Lynda Bynum 
Ms. Emily Campbell 
Dr. Lisa Carnell 
Mrs. Sharyn Carpenter 
Dr. Dennis Carroll 
Dr. Kathleen Carter 
Dr. Seth Carter 
Mrs. Rayma Caulfield 
Ms. Jenna Childress 
Mrs. Geraldine Chisholm 
Mr. J. Chad Christian 
Mrs. Marjorie Church 
Mr. Roger D. Clodfelter, Jr. 
Ms. Brenda Coates 
Mrs. Karen Coffman 

Mrs. Jami Coggins 
Ms. Hillary Cole 
Dr. Michael R. Collins 



Information Technology 

Assistant Registrar 

Director of Library 

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach 

Counselor 

Coordinator of Admissions 

Associate Professor, Mathematics and Education 

Coordinator of HP Operations- EDP 

VP for Academic Affairs 

Professor of History 

Psychology 

Office Manager, Student Life 

Assistant Coordinator of Registration 

Switchboard Operator/Receptionist 

Director of Photograph Services 

Administrator, English 

Director of WOW! 

Administrative Assistant 

Assistant Professor and Chair, Department of 
Information Systems 

Medical Assistant 

Director of Students Activities 

Associate Professor, Information Systems 






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Mrs. Tracy Collum 


Coordinator of Registration, EDP, 


Dr. Frankie Gurganus 


Chair, Department of Accounting, 




Head Cheerleading Coach 




Finance and Economics 


Dr. William L. Conley 


Associate Professor, Business 


Miss Karen Harbin 


Librarian 


Ms. Catherine Conner 


Assistant Women's Soccer Coach, Area Director 


Dr. Robert Harger 


Associate Professor and Chair, Mathematics 


University Complex 






and Computer Science 


Dr. Clinton D. Corcoran 


Chair, Religion and Philosophy 


Dr. Richard Hargrove 


Associate Professor, Marketing 


Dr. James W. Corey 


Assistant Professor, History and Political Science 


Dr. Cherl Harrison 


Associate Professor, Fine Arts 


Mrs. Julie Smith Cox 


Assistant Coach, Cross Country and Track and Field 


Mr. Daniel Hartley 


Safety Officer 


Dr. Dinene Crater 


Assistant Professor, Biology 


Mr. Chad Hartman 


Assistant Director of Athletics 


Dr. Albert Berry Crawford 


Culp Chair of Ethics, Religion and Philosophy 


Mr. W.Patrick Haun 


Assistant Professor of Human Relations 


Mr. Joseph Cristy 


Assistant Director of Admissions 


Dr. Bobby Hayes 


Assistant Professor, English 


Dr. Stephanie 0. Crofton 


Associate Dean, School of Business Accounting, 


Dr. Terrell Hayes 


Associate Professor, Behavioral Sciences 




Finance and Economics 


Mrs. Dwanna Hayworth 


Administrative Assistant, Business and 


Ms. Crystal E. Cruthis 


Assistant Registrar 




Financial Affairs 


Ms. Karen Curtis 


Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball 


Dr. Carole A Head 


Chair, Modern Foreign Language, Professor of French 


Dr. Linda Curtis 


Associate Professor, Biology 


Mr. Seth Heitmeyer 


Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations 


Mr. Craig Curty 


Director, Academic Services 


Dr. Alberta Herron 


Dean, Norcross Graduate School 


Dr. Deborah Danzis 


Associate Professor, Psychology 


Dr. Bryan Hertweck 


Assistant Professor, Information Systems 


Mr. Al Davis 


Security Officer 


Dr. William Hightower 


Professor, Mathematics 


Mr. Douglas Keith Davis 


Bus Driver/ Security Officer 


Mrs. Linda Mae Hill 


Administrative Assistant, Graduate Studies 


Mr. Scott Davis 


Assistant Professor of Accounting 


Miss Megan Hilton 


Office Assistant, Registrar's Office 


Mr. Daryl Delagrange 


Security Officer 


Dr. Marion Hodge 


Professor of English 


Dr. Peng Deng 


Professor of History 


Mrs. Susan Hodge 


Administrative Assistant, Safety and Security 


Mr. Jordan Derrow 


Coordinator of Student Services, EDP 


Dr. Beth Holder 


Associate Professor of Special Education 


Mr. Wellington DeSouza 


VP for Information Technology 


Mr. Bill Holston 


Manager, Bookstore 


Mr. Stephen DeVoid 


Lead Web Developer 


Mrs. Anabelle Holt 


Switchboard/Administrative Assistant 


Mrs. Marcia Dills 


Instructor/University Accompanist 


Mrs. Kathy Hoover 


Data Manager 


Mrs. Margaret Dodson 


Assistant Professor, Education 


Dr. Lisa Home 


Associate Professor, Education 


Mr. Christopher Dudley 


VP for Community Relations 


Mr. Stephen Huff 


Assistant Professor, interior Design 


Mr. David Duggan 


Area Director/Intramural Director 


Mr. Wade Hughes 


Chair of Fine Arts 


Dr. Elizabeth Dull 


Associate Professor, Interior Design 


Dr. Greggory Hundt 


Assistant Professor, Psychology 


Mrs. Patsy Duncan 


Administrative Assistant, Financial Planning 


Mr. Manyon Idol 


Associate Professor, Mathematics 


Mr. William Duncan 


Chief Financial Officer 


Mrs. Irene Ingersoll 


Assistant Director, Academic Services, 


Mr. James Dunham 


Instructor, Business 




Disabilities Coordinator 


Dr. Joe Ellenburg 


Associate Professor, Exercise and Sports Science 


Mr. Michael Ingram 


Technical Services, Systems Librarian 


Mr. J. Scott Ellis 


Lead Systems Analyst, IT 


Ms. Ashley Issacs 


Admissions Counselor 


Dr. E Roy Epperson 


Director of Special Projects 


Dr. Judy Isaksen 


Associate Professor, English and Communications 


Mr. Chad Esposito 


Head Women's Volleyball Coach 


Mrs. Sherron James 


Accounting Assistant 


Mr. Mike Esposito 


Men'sWomen's Cross Country coach 


Ms. Elena Jiminez de Richards Instructor of Spanish, Modern Foreign Language 


Ms. Diana Estey 


University Registrar 


Mr. Allen Jones 


Assistant Director Operations, Admissions 


Mr. W. Gart Evans 


Administration 


Ms. Pamela Joyce 


Safety Officer 


Mr. Joe Farabee 


Safety Officer 


Mrs. Terri Kane 


Director of Student Accounts 


Mr. Daniel Farmer 


Windows Server Manager 


Miss Amy Kaplan 


Admissions Counselor 


Dr. Claudia Femenias 


Associate Professor, Modern Foreign Language 


Ms. Jacqueline Kaylor 


Counselor, Financial Planning 


Mr. Andrew Floyd 


Information Technology 


Mr. Calvin Keller 


Graduate Assistant, Sports Medicine 


Mr. David Floyd 


Security Officer 


Mrs. Dana Kelly 


Director of Financial Planning 


Dr. Katherine Fowkes 


Associate Professor of Media Studies, 


Dr. Tony Kemerly 


Assistant Professor, Exercise and Sports Studies 




English and Communication 


Mrs. Jane Kimrey 


Assistant Director of Student Accounts 


Dr. Gerald Fox 


Associate Professor of Economics 


Ms. Mary Kimrey 


Enrollment Services Assistant, Admissions 


Ms. Pamela Foxx 


Resident Director, Student Life 


Mr. A Edward King 


Associate Professor of Accounting 


Dr. Christopher Franks 


Assistant Professor, Religion and Philosophy 


Mr.WillardKiser 


Security Officer 


Dr. Brian Fulton 


Assistant Professor, Mathematics 


Dr. Ronnie Lamb 


Associate Professor, Mathematics and 


Dr. Melanie Fulton 


Visiting Assistant Professor, Mathematics 




Computer Science 


Dr. Anthony Gabrielli 


Assistant Professor/Pre-law Advisor, History and 


Mr. Kenneth Lavery 


Assistant Professor (BA/ACC) 




Political Science 


Mrs. Shannon Lefever 


Coordinator of Chapel Program, 
Religion/Philosophy/Chapel 


Ms. Amy Galbraith 


Admissions counselor 




Mr. Jerry Gardner 


Plant Operations Manager, Budd Services 


Mr. John Lefler 


VP for Institutional Advancement 


Mr. Michael Gaspeny 


Assistant Professor, English and Media Studies 


Dr. Barbara Leonard 


Professor, Education 


Dr. Marion Gibson 


Director of Athletics 


Mrs. Ginger Lewis 


Extra Card Coordinator 


Dr. D. Allen Goedeke 


Associate Professor (BS/HR) 


Mr. Vernon Liberty 


Associate Professor of Mathematics 


Ms. April Goode 


Assistant Sports Information Director 


Dr. Steven Lifland 


Associate Professor of Finance 


Ms. Nancy Gordon 


Accounting Assistant 


Mrs. Robin Lindsay 


Director of Student Health 


Mrs. Rhonda Grimsley 


Administrative Assistant to the VP for 


Dr. John Lindsay 


University Physician 




Academic Affairs 


Dr. Ann Little 


Assistant Professor of Marketing 


Mrs. Kimberlee Grissett 


Athletic Office/Ticket Manager 


Dr. David Little 


Director/Graduate Business Programs 


Mrs. Nancy Groh 


Assistant Professor/Athletic Trainer 


Dr. Robert Little 


Professor and Chair, Criminal Justice 


Dr.AnneGrube 


Assistant to the Deans of the 


Dr. Jean-Francois Llorens 


Associate Professor, Modern Foreign Languages 




Earl N. Phillips School of Business 


Ms. Jody Lohman 


Media Services Librarian 


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Mrs. Lorrie Loftus 

Mr. Lee toy 

Dr. Jennifer Lukow 

Mr. Jason Barrett Lundy 

Dr. Dale Lunsford 

Mr. Jonathan Luther 

Ms. Tara Mahoney 

Mr. Phillip Maier 

Dr. Barbara Mascali 

Dr. Elizabeth MCCorquodale 

Ms. Melitta McCroskey 

Dr. Michael McCully 

Mrs. Jessie Mcllrath Carter 

Ms. Kay Meekins 

Ms. Betsy Merricks 

Mrs. Ann Miller 

Dr. John Moehlmann 

Mrs. Betty Moeller 

Mr. Scott Moffitt 

Mr. Brian Morgan 

Mrs. Lindsey Morgan 

Mrs. Elaine Morris 

Dr. Phillip Mulder 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Murphy 

Mrs. Marilyn Myers 

Dr. Emily Nek! 

Ms. Sandra Norris 

Mr. Charles Norton 

Dr. Kelly Norton 

Dr. Phillip Norwood 

Mr. George Noxon 

Ms. Katie O'Dell 

Dr. Karen O'Hara 

Dr. Barbara O'Neal 

Ms. Adreanna Orlang 

Mr. Rick Overstreet 

Dr. Wid Painter 

Mrs. Pamela Palmer 

Mrs. Teresa Parker 

Ms. Gena Parnell 

Ms. Stephanie Parsons 

Mrs. Nancy Pennell 

Mrs. Sydney Peterson 

Dr. Edward Piacentino 

Mr. Stevie Plowman 

Mrs. Roberta Powell 

Dr. Rick Proctor 

Dr. Nido Qubein 

Dr. Judy Ransom 

Ms. Judy Ray 

Ms. Michelle Rayner 

Mr. Scott Rayner 

Dr. Paul Ringel 

Mr. James Robbins 

Dr. Maria-Cruz Rodriguez 

Ms. L. Renee Rogers 

Ms. Latasha Rorie 

Dr. Joann Sandberg 

Dr. Kelli Sapp 

Ms. Allison Saviello 

Dr. Donald Scarborough 

Mr. Josh Schertz 

Dr. Alexa Schlimmer 

Dr. Frederick Schneid 

Mr. Matthew Schooler 

Dr. Leah Scheweitzer 



Safety Officer 

Head Women's Basketball Coach 

Athletics 

Men's Basketball Coach 

Business 

Information Technology 

Sports Marketing Assistant 

Assistant Baseball Coach 

Associate Professor, Modern Foreign Languages 

Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physical Sciences 

Director of Purchasing 

Associate Professor, Economics 

Director of Undergraduate Admissions 

Director of Communication 

Interlibrary Loan Librarian 

Associate registrar 

Professor of English 

Administrative Assistant 

Information Technology 

Assistant Director for Sports Information 

Administrative Assistant, Alumni and Parent Relations 

Campus Visit Coordinator 

Associate Professor of History 

Secretary, Career Development 

Print Shop Operator 

Assistant Professor, Biology 

Counselor, Financial Planning 

Security Officer 

Director, Experiential Learning 

Associate Professor, Religion/Philosophy 

Assistant Professor, Accounting 

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach 

Assistant Professor, Mathematics 

Associate Professor, Education 

Admissions Counselor 

Assistant Coach, Cross Country, Indoor/Outdoor Track 

Professor, Chemistry and Physical Science 

Center for Nonprofit Leadership 

Assistant Professor, Modern Foreign Languages 

Documents Manager, Admissions 

Reference Library 

Administrative Assistant, Modern Foreign Languages 

Administrative Assistant/ Box Office Manager 

Professor, English and Communications 

Security Officer 

Assistant Director, Financial Planning 

Associate Professor and Chair, Sports Medicine 

President 

Assistant Professor of Music, 
Director of Choral Activities 

Administrative Assistant, President Office 

Women's Soccer Head Coach 

Assistant Professor, Fine Arts 

Assistant Professor, History 

Datatel Database Administrator 

Assistant Professor, Modern Foreign Languages 

Coordinator, Graduate Administrative Services 

Safety officer 

Behavioral Sciences 

Associate Professor and Chair, Biology 

Admissions Counselor 

VP for Administration 

Associate Head men's Basketball Coach 

Associate Professor, Coordinator for Music 

Professor of History 

Instructor/Athletic Trainer 

Assistant Professor, English and Communications 



Mrs. Debra Scott 
Mr. Kevin Sellers 
Ms. Georgeanna Sellers 
Dr. Mark Setzler 
Mr. Roger Shore, Jr. 
Mr. Christopher Shores 
Ms. Ami Shupe 
Dr. George Simpson 
Mrs. Luanne Simpson 
Ms. Jess Sisk 
Mr. Phillip Slater 
Dr. Charles Smith 
Dr. Gerald Smith 
Mrs. Kathy Smith 
Mrs. Leslie Smith 
Dr. Michael Smith 
Ms. Kim Soban 

Dr. Jana Spain 
Mr. James Spessard 
Mr. Seth Starr 
Dr. Jane Stephens 
Dr. James Stitt 
Bishop Thomas Stockton 
Dr. Carole Stoneking 
Mr. Charles Stout 
Mrs. Julie Streng 
Ms. Paige Stroud 
Mrs. Teresa Swartz 

Mr. Daniel Tarara 
Mrs. Rosemarie Tarara 
Mrs. Terri LaPradd 
Ms. Sheri Teleha 
Mr. A. Gerald Tertzagian 
Mrs. Donna Thornton 
Dr. Mariann Tillery 
Dr. Aaron Titus 
Mr. Ryan Tressel 
Mr. RansTriplett 
Dr. Bonnie Truax 
Ms. Jean Tucker 
Mrs. Gail Tuttle 
Mr. Michael Tuttle 
Mrs. Gail Varner 

Mr. Michael Waggoner 
Miss Alison Wagner 
Mr. David Walker 

Dr. Charles Warde 
Dr. Hal Warlick 
Dr. Kimberly Wear 
Dr. James Wehrley 
Ms. Andrea Wheless 
Mr. John White 
Mrs. A. La-Nita Williams 
Mr. J. Alan Williams 
Mrs. April Wines 
Mr. Gary Wingfield 
Mr. James Wilson 
Dr. Marlon Winters 
Mrs. Lisa Woods 
Dr. James Zarick 



Datatel Support Specialist 

Admissions Counselor 

Assistant Professor, English 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 

Associate Professor, Mathematics/Computer Science 

Helpdesk Coordinator 

Associate Professor, Theatre 

Professor, History 

Administrative Assistant, School of Education 

Instructor, Interior Design 

Safety Officer 

Associate Professor, Biology 

Professor, Biology 

Director of Human Resources 

Campus Scheduler 

Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems 

Director of Counseling Services and 
Psychological Services 

Chair and Professor of Psychology 

Director of Accounting Services 

Technical Director 

English Department 

Professor of History 

Bishop in Residence 

Chair, Professor of Religion 

Assistant Professor, Information Systems 

Women's Golf Coach 

Evening Degree Program 

Administrative Assistant, 

Home Furnishings/Interior Design 

Assistant Professor, Sports Medicine, Athletic Trainer 

Assistant Professor, Athletic Trainer 

Data Manager, Admissions 

Serials, Cataloging Librarian 

Men and Women's Tennis Coach 

Secretary and Office Manager 

Dean, School of Education 

Chair, Chemistry 

Director of Athletic Facilities and Operations 

Dean of Students 

Counselor, Career Development 

Director of Campus Post Office 

Dean, Evening Degree Program 

Associate Athletic Director 

Administrative Assistant to the VP for 
Institutional Advancement 

Assistant Professor, Education 

Mail Services Director 

Associate Professor and Director of 
MPA Program in Non Profit Org. 

Professor and Chair, Chemistry 

Dean of the Chapel and Professor of Religion 

Assistant Professor, Psychology 

Dean of the Earl N Phillips School of Business 

Professor of Art 

Head Men's Golf Coach 

Circulation Supervisor, Library 

Donor Relations Coordinator 

Assistant Athletic Director 

Resident Advisor 

Assistant Track Coach 

Jefferson Pilot Professor of Business 

Associate Dean, EDP 

Associate Professor of Sport Managment 



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