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1989 




THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

WASHINGTON & LEE UNIVERSITY 

LEXINGTON, VA. 24450 






Contents 

Around Campus 4 

Through the year 16 

Faculty 68 - 

Seniors 94 

Underclassmen 1 46 

Organizations 1 88 i 

Sports 214 

Fraternities 252 

Advertisements 292 ' 












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Rush... 

This year was unique in that rush was held a 
week after classes had begun. The first week of 
classes was deemed "Casual Contact" in 
which members of fraternities could speak to 
freshmen only on the hill. Open houses began 
the weekend of September 16th and con- 
tinued through Sunday evening. Rush dates 
were held Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and 
Friday of the following week. Bids were passed 
out that Wednesday and Friday. 

There was some confusion about the new 
rush rules causing some fraternities to be more 
"creative". President of the Inter-fratenity 
Council Ross Singletary said he was optimistic 
about next year's rush because he said he 
thinks the IFC has learned from its mistakes. 





The Snag 

Pi Kappa Alpha 26 

Phi Delta Theta 22 

Phi Gamma Delta 20 

Kappa Alpha 20 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 18 

Pi Kappa Phi 17 

Phi Kappa Psi 14 

Beta Theta Pi 13 

Chi Psi 13 

Phi Kappa Sigma 11 

Sigma Chi 11 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 11 

Sigma Nu 8 

Lamda Chi Alpha 7 

Delta Tau Delta 4 



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Homecoming 

This year the W&L Generals suffered a heartbreaking 
20-22 loss to Hampden Sydney Tigers. The game was 
close but the students were in good spirits following the 
previous night's performance by Guadalcanal Diary and 
the Producers. The homecoming queen for the second 
year in a row was a W&L girl, sophomore Stacy Noelle 
Patmore. Stacy was the candidate from Kappa Sigma fra- 
ternity. The first runner-up was W&L junior Mary Alice 
McMorrow, from Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. 




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24 Halloween 




Halloween 25 



Parents' 
Weekend 

Families of Washington and Lee students gathered in Lexington 
during the first weekend in November. Approximately 1,500 rel- 
atives attended the 34th annual Parents' Weekend to gain a greater 
understanding of the university. 

The weekend's activities included open houses in many academic 
departments and campus houses, a concert put on by the W & L 
choral ensembles, seminars and career programs and faculty-parent 
conferences. The annual President's Report was delivered in Lee 
Chapel by Dean Elrod who served as acting president while Pres- 
ident John D. Wilson was on sabbatical at Oxford University. The 
report focused on the difficult admissions policies at W & L, new 
building projects, and the Fraternity Renaissance Program. 




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Women's Rush 

Colonization of national sororities took place on the W & L campus in 
January, 1989. Three national sororities: Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha 
Theta, and Kappa Kappa Gamma were chosen by the Sorority Advisory 
Committee composed of students, faculty, and administrators. The com- 
mittee was assembled in response to surveys of undergraduate women 
which expressed interest in colonization. 

The three sororities were selected from presentations given by five na- 
tional women's fraternities (Kappa Delta and Pi Beta Phi were not select- 
ed). W & L women interested in sororities attended pre-rush registration, 
registration, and open houses before the interviews began. Preference 
parties were followed by the extension of bids. Approximately eighty 
women initiated into each of the three sororities in April. 





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Contact 

Through the year, a variety of lecturers visi- 
ted the W&L campus due to Contact's pat- 
ronnage. The student run group brought the 
controversal Nicaraguan resistance leader 
Adolfo Calero to Lee Chapel. Thanks to Con- 
tact, W&L students received a first hand in- 
sight to world affairs. Hosea Williams spoke on 
the inherent right to freedom. 

Contact kept W&L in tune with Virginia pol- 
itics by sponsering debates between Judd & 
Olin and Huffman & Frame. Senator Charles 
Robb campaigned here; students welcomed 
Robb's return since his first visit to W&L was 
addressing the 1988 Mock Convention (a 
blurr to most). 

Contact also brought to W&L the following 
guest lecturers: Lt. Governor Doug Wilder, 
Russell Kirk, Thomas Rideout, Al McGuire, Er- 
nest Fitzgerald, Ken Cribb, and the Con- 
stitutional Law Panel. Supreme Court Justice 
Sandra Day O' Conner visited W&L through 
(partial) sponsership by Contact. 



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Founder's 
Day 

Founder's Day is traditionally marked by the tap- 
ping of the new ODK initiates. ODK is a national 
leadership organization which was begun in 1914 on 
the Washington & Lee campus by 12 students. The 
organization seeks to recognize campus leaders and 
in the words of current ODK president Marion 
"Moose" Herring, "It gets campus leaders together 
to talk about campus activities." 

This year ODK tapped 21 juniors and seniors and 
inducted two honorary members. The honorary 
members were William R. Johnston, a 1961 grad- 
uate, and Donald H. Baker, a member of the class of 
1968. Johnston is chairman of the board and CEO 
of Agora Securities, Inc. in New York, a member of 
the Wall Street Club and executive vice president 
and director of the Cancer Research and Teaching 
Fund. Baker is artistic director for Lime Kiln Arts, 
Inc., the center for the arts that he founded in Lex- 
ington in 1982. The five categories for excellence 
when determining who gets tapped are scholastic 
achievement, athletics, social service and campus 
government leadership activities, journalism, speech 
and mass communications, and the creative and 
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ODK Initiates 



Honorary 

William R. Johnston 
Donald Baker 

Seniors 

Ronald J. Brown 

David W. Dietz 

Anna M. Hampton 

Vanessa Hartman 

S. Hughes Melton 
John C. Roach 
James M. Sloat 

Rowan G. Taylor 

David E. Thompson 

Betsy A. Vegso 

Juniors 

J. Wayne Burris 

Reid T. Campbell 

Donald S. Jackson 

Mary Alice McMorrow 

Jonathan I. Sheinberg 

Shawn Copeland 



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Superdance 




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Superdance this year was a huge sucess as the com- 
mittee raised over $5,000 more than expected. W&L 
students danced on February 4th & 5th to raise $30,692. 
The Superdance Steering Committee worked under the 
leadership of Wright Ledbetter, Debra Hurtt, and their 
adviser Fontanne Bostick. To kick off the weekend, the 
traditional Battle of the Bands was held. The winner would 
open for Indecision and the Connells Saturday night. Phi 
Delt's Green Eggs and Ham snaked the victory for the 
second straight year. 




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Fancy Dress 

This year for Fancy Dress we embarked on a journey 
upon the Orient Express. The journey began Thursday 
evening when The Fabulous Waller Family opened for the 
great B.B. King. Friday night people entered the Warner 
Center as enormous search lights criss-crossed the skies 
leading to the train platform. The Warner Center was dec- 
orated as four different cities, all stops on the Orient Ex- 
press. The decorations even included an actual size replica 
of the bar/saloon car of the Orient Express. The music for 
the event included the Lester Lanin Orchestra in the new 
gym and the Reivers opening for the Young Fresh Fellows 
in Doremus gym. The evening concluded with a spectac- 
ular 30 minute firework display over Wilson field at 
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Liz Smith Fancy Dress Chairman 

David Grove Chairman 

Charles Frankum Vice Chairman 

Judy Payne Entertainment Director 

Stewart Hammond Concert Coordinator 

Christina Robinson Publicity Director 

Michael Applebaum Operations Director 

Mike Carroll Treasurer 

Willard Dumas EC Representative 

Kimberly Booth 

Wes Boyd 

Jenny Bray 

Sheni Brown 

Carol Couch 

Michael Danzansky 

Christie Davis 

Rachael Easton 

Stephanie Flitzgerald 

Andre Gaffney 

Lee Garlove 

David Gildea 

Stephanie Guittard 

Anna Hampton 

Rogers Hemdon 

Michael Higginbotham 

Keri Hinrichs 

Patience Jones 

Clare Kaye 

Allen Ladd 

Lynwood Mallard 

Eddie Martin 

Nick Phillips 

Schuyler Rideout 

Clint Robinson 

Anna Schleunes 

Chris Sullivan 

Sumner Tlimberlake 

Tina Vandersteel 

Merideth Walker 

Harley Walsh 

Merrill Watson 

Chris Wood 

Richard Zuber 






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SAB 



The Student Activities Board knocked itself 
out in '88-'89. SAB had a banner year under 
the leadership of David Grove, Charles 
Frankum, and Michael Applebaum. SAB 
brought Steven Wright and Little Feat to the 
new pavilion. Shows by the Conne//s, New 
Potato Caboose, and the Producers and 
Guadalcanal Diary kept the students enter- 
tained. Acquiring B.B. King for FD and con- 
tributing to Superdance ranks this year's SAB 
with the top in recent memory. SAB continued 
the nights in the Pit, plus adding new ideas like 
Bingo night. Congratulations to the SAB 
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Winter Break 

To celebrate Washington's birthday, many W&L 
students took off for the mountains to go skiing, the 
beaches for some sun, or London for a little bit of culture. 
Some went to Jamaica where they lived off of shark's teeth 
and danced in a cave. Cancun was, again, a popular spot 
for those wanting warm weather and a lot of sun, as were 
the Bahamas and the Florida Keys. Even the baseball and 
men's lacrosse teams went to Florida to practice and play 
some games. Others went to the mountains of Colorado 
for skiing or lounging in the lodge. Some, however, went 
home or even stayed in Lexington to study, relax, or com- 
pete in sports events. 



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Winter Break 49 



Theater... 

Washington & Lee thesbians put on four 
major productions and a seris of three one act 
plays in 1988-1989. The year culminated in 
the "Little Shop of Horrors", the longest runn- 
ing show of the season. The Advanced Direct- 
ing Class presented the one act play series. 
The three directors: Drew Piatt, David Daves, 
and Mike Dixon, each chose a theme of sexual 
harassment. A special thanks goes out to the 
technical director Gary Humiston, and to the 
publicity coordinator and graphic designer, 
Pamela Oates. W&L theatrical successes dep- 
ended on these two people's invaluable contri- 
butions. 




50 Theater 





Steel Magnolias 


October 28-30, 

November 2-5 

University Theater 


No Exit 


December 2-4 
Boiler Room Theater 


Arden of Feversham 


February 3-8 
University Theater 


The Stranger 




Wormwood 


March 23-26 
Boiler Room Theater 


Self-Torture & 
Strenuous Exercise 




Little Shop of 
Horrors 


May 12-20 
University Theater 



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Progress 



Improvements continue to be made around Lexington in 1988- 
1989. Students eagerly awaited the new "Harris Teeter". The "Fast 
Lane" bowling alley allows students to go bowling for dollars in town. 
Around campus, construction workers resumed the infamous blasting 
in the attempt to transform the old freshmen parking lot into a theater. 
The Center for Performing Arts is scheduled for completion fall 1990. 





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Spring Term 

Indecision, the Connells, and the Neville Brothers 
kicked of W&L's spring term on Sunday, April 16 at 
Van Ripers near Charlottesville. A week and a half of 
parties, sun, and warmth ended with a 'riot' in Red 
Square, a few days of rain, and a muddy day at 
Foxfield. 

The so-called Red Square Riot was actually a har- 
mless gathering of students in the area behind Beta, 
PiKA, and Phi Delt on a Wednesday night, but the 
police were bored that night. The following weekend 
brought rain and mud, yet some students still got de- 
cked out for KA's Old South, Foxfield, and Phi Delt's 
Hells Angels party. 

The Kentucky Derby fell in the middle of the term, 
and many students journeyed to Louisville to watch the 
horses and/or the people. 





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Spring Term 55 



Alumni Weekend 

Hundreds of Alumni returned to W&L on May 12th to help us celebrate one of our few beauti- 
ful days this spring. They were greeted by old friends and some of us made new ones. Alumni 
weekend was again one of the most festive weekends of the year, W&L and mother nature both 
dressed to the 10's for the occasion. 





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Alumni Weekend 57 



Confetti's 



The Kingpins and Derryberry and Alagia entertained everyone on May 
20 at what may have been the last Confetti's weekend. The weekend started 
with a banquet Friday night attended by the Honorable Elizabeth B. Lacy, 
Justice, Supreme court of Virginia, and featuring Southern Comfort. Those 
who didn't make it to Zollman's Pavilion on Saturday afternoon to hear 
Derryberry and Alagia enjoyed listening to Lost in the Supermarket and 
CHO in the Gaines quad during the Amnesty International concert. The Dell 
was packed on Saturday night with people crowded around the Kingpins or 
the bottles. Most people stumbled home when the band quit playing, 
though some decided to do some late-night studying(?) in the library on the 
way. 




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Senior Party 




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Commencement 

The "Better Dead than Co-ed" bumperstickers have faded, the 
Cock-Pit has been changed to the General Headquarters, and the 
fight song that once went ". .and we'll roll old Sweetbriar on the side" 
has been changed. This year the first class of women to enter Wash- 
ington & Lee graduated on June 1, 1989. 77% of the 107 women and 
316 men who came here in 1985 graduated. Hundreds of family 
members joined the graduates on the 90 degree plus Thursday after- 
noon to celebrate the occasion. We are sad to a class which has 
achieved so much to leave, they will be sorely missed but we wish 
them a world of luck. 




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Commencement 67 








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The President 




Doctor John Delane Wilson 



70 Faculty 



Board of Trustees 



James M. Ballengee, Rector 

John D. Wilson, President 

F. Fox Benton, Jr. 

Thomas B. Branch, III 

Gray Castle 

Ashbury Christian Compton 

Beverly M. DuBose, III 

James F. F.Gallivan 

William M. Gottwald 

Houston H. Harte 

Richard D. Haynes 

W. Hayne Hipp 

Mrs. Virginia R. Holton 

C. Royce Hough, III 

Mrs. Patricia W. Leggett 

William J. Lemon 

H. F. Lenfest 

Mrs. Francis A. Lewis 

J. William McClintock, III 

A. Stevens Miles, Jr. 

Ross R. Millhiser 

Mrs. Vaughan I. Morrissette 

W. Buckner Ogilvie, Jr. 

Charles S. Rowe 

Isaac N. Smith, Jr. 

Jerry Glover South 

Guy Thomas Steuart, II 



J. Thomas Touchton 
M. Thoedore Van Leer 
Thomas K. Wolfe, Jr. 
Thomas D. Anderson 
Joseph Earle Birnie 
Frank C. Brooks 
J. Stewart Buxton 
Thomas Hal Clark 
Thomas C. Frost, Jr. 
Joseph S. Keelty 
Christoph Keller, Jr. 
S. R. Kopald, Jr. 
Joseph Lamar Lanier 
H. Gordon Leggett, Jr. 
Sydney Lewis 
Joseph T. Lykes, Jr. 
E. Marshall Nuckols, Jr. 
Lewis F. Powell, Jr. 
Isadore M. Scott 
Edgar F. Shannon, Jr. 
John M. Stemmons 
Calvert Thomas 
John Newton Thomas 
Jack W. Warner 
John Minor Wisdom 
Frank G. Young 



Faculty 71 




John W. Elrod 
Dean of the College 



Lewis G. John 
Dean of Students 




Larry C. Peppers 
Dean of the School of Commerce 



Kenneth P. Ruscio 
Dean of Freshmen 




H. Thomas Williams, Jr. 
Associate Dean of the College 



Anne C. P. Schroer-Lamont 
Associate Dean of Students 





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Anece F. McCloud 

Associate Dean of Students 

for Minority Affairs 



Leroy Cole Atkins, II 

Associate Dean of Students 

for Fraternity Affairs 



N. Rick Heatley 
Associate Dean of Students 
Director of Career Services 

Faculty 73 



Accounting 




Lyn Wheeler. Arthur Gumenik, Jay Cook, Kevin Green 



Administration 




Joe Goldsten, Roger Dean, John DeVoght, Larry Lamont 



74 Faculty 



Biology 






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John Knox, Thomas Nye, Jack Wielgus, Cleve Hickman 



Chemistry 




Steven Desjardins, J. Brown Goehring, William Watt, George Mohler, George Whitney, Michael Pleva, Lisa T. Alta, Keith 
Shillington 



Faculty 75 



Classics 




N. Rick Heatley, Mario Pellicciaro, Herman Taylor 



Computer Science 




Kenneth Lambert, Theodore Sjoerdsma, Janet Melville, Thomas Whaley 



76 Faculty 



Economics 




John Winfrey, Edward Atwood, Bruce Herrick, John M. Gunn, Larry Peppers, Phillip Cline, Carl Kaiser 



English 




Front Row: Robert L. Huntley, DeMaree Peck, Joyce MacDonald, James P. Warren Back Row: Severn Duvall, John Evans, 
Dabney Stuart, Edwin Craun 



Faculty 77 



Fine Arts 




Front Row: Pamela Simpson, Gordon Spice Second Row: Betsy Bell, Kathleen Olson, Albert Gordon Back Row: Larry Stene, 
Gerad Doyon, Barry H. Kolman, Gary R. Humiston, Margaret Brouwer, Timothy Gaylord 



Geology 




Brenda Bryant, Robert C. Thren, Odell S. McGuire, Frederic Schwab, Edgar Spencer, Samuel Kozak 



78 Faculty 



German 




David Dickens, M. Kirkland Folio, Harold Hill, Greta McCaughrin, Ann Rogers, B. S. Stephenson 



History 




Roger Jeans, Barry Machado, Richard Bidlack, Henry P. Porter, Robert W. McAaren, J. Holt Merchant, Jefferson Davis 
Futch, Marshall Jarrett, Taylor Saunders 



Faculty 79 



Journalism 




Hampden Smith, Ronald H. MacDonald, Clark R. Mollinghoff, Robert DeMaria, John Jennings 



Mathematics 




Henry Sharp, Paul S. Bourdon, Elizabeth A. Baker, Wayne Dymacek, Eung Chun Cho, Thomas O. Vinson 



80 Faculty 



Military Science 




Front Row: Linda Connelly, Lt.Col. Joel J. Snow, Capt. Ramon L. Ramos, Nellie M. Rice Back Row: Maj. Karl H. Wingard, Jr., 
Sgt Maj. Nelson L. Twyman, Maj. W. Kenneth Talley, Master Sgt. Willie E. Williams, Sgt. Jimmy E. Davis 



Philosophy 




J. Ramsey Martin, Charles Boggs, Harrison Pemberton, Karen Lyle, W. Lad Sessions 



Faculty 81 



Physical Education 




Front Row: Jan Hawthorne. Richard Miller. Bill McHenry, Joe Lyles Second Row: Jeff Stickley, Dennis Daly. Norris 
Aldridge Third Row:Jim McKeon, Buck Leslie Fourth Row: Cinda Rankin, Boyd Williams, Bill Holmes, Tom Jomes 



Physics 




D. Donald Reese, James Donaghy, William Newbolt, Ken Van Ness, Robert Akins, Tom Williams 



82 Faculty 



Politics 




John Handelman, Craig McCaughrin, Milton Colvin, Delos D. Hughes, William F. Connelly, Jr., Lewis John, William 
Buchanan, Ken Ruscio 



Psychology 




Nancy Margand, Henry King, David Elmes, Joseph Thompson 



Faculty 83 



Public 
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Religion 




Harlan Beckley, Minor Rogers, Alexandra Brown, Karen Lyle, Richard Marks 



84 Faculty 



Romance Languages 




Front Row: Sidney Williams, Westbrook Barrett, Cecile West-Settle, Gwen Campbell Second Row: Kathy Koberstein, John 
Lambeth, Alfred Fralin, Howard L. Boetsch Back Row: Edward Hamer, Russell Knudson, James Leva 



Sociology 




David Novak, Kendall White, Dr. John M. McDaniel 



Faculty 85 



STAFF 

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Frank A. Parsons 
Assistant to the President 



Lawrence W. Boomall, Jr. 
Treasurer 




Farris P. Hotchkiss 
University Secretary 



James W. Whitehead, Director Bob "Murph" Murray, Burr Date 

Reeves Center Security 



86 Staff 



Admissions 




Seated: Julia Kozack, Mimi Elrod Standing: Tim McMahon, David McLeod, William Hartog, Grafton Young, Dan Murphy 



Development 




Carol Franklin, Anne Farrar, Lex McMillan, Vicky Agnor, Charlene Whiteside, Gail Grass, Becky Traylor, Janice Updike, 
Carolyn Goolsby, David Long, Jim Jordan 



Staff 87 



Alumni Office 




Richard Sessoms, Sheila McCurdy. Paula Johnson, Dorothy Hughes, James D. Farrar, Jr., Christopher J. Deighan, 
Pamela Pattern 



Financial Aid 



Career Developmenl 




John H. DeCourcy, Sarah Bolte, McClain Stradtner, Linda 
Fleury, Cree Sherrill 



Penny Hinneman, Lucy Tilson, Anne Schroer-Lamont, Rick 
Heatley 



88 Staff 



Library 




Sitting: Jo Ann Wilson, Barbara Brown, Elaine Mears, Jimmie Leach, Betty Kondayan, Mary Lyn Brittigan Standing: 
Richard Grefe, Terry Farquer, Oot Mohler, Heline McCrown, Betsy Brittigan, David Badertscher, Carol Blair, Tony 
Murray, Annette John, Yolanda Warren 



University Services Business Office 




Fontanne Bostic, William Mohler 



Front Row: Polly Cash, Martha Rowsey, Diane Johnson Second 
Row: Debra Caylor, Sue Bryant, Marty Sensabough Back Row: 
Don Holt 

Staff 89 



Student Health 



Buildings 
& Grounds 




David Ellington, Jane T. Horton-Marcella, Robert M. Pickeral 



James Brown, Scott Beebe, Linda Agnor, Herman Huffman, 
James Arthur 



Bookstore 




Sue LaRue, Tidge Roller, Jackie Henderson, Brenda Reese, Debbie Armentrout, Ruby Earhart 



90 Staff 



Registrar 




Front Row: Chris Callas, Jeanette Jarvis, Scott Ditman Back Row: Donna Hall, Karen Plogger 



News Office 






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Staff 91 



Dining Hall 




Floor: Todd Morse. Sandra Canellas, Rodney Rogers, Nadine Higgins, Linda Hall, Martha Ramsey, Linda 
Cooper, Linda Russ, Janet Goad, Michael Moore, Carol Hostetter, Dawn Southers, Clifford Payne Stairs 
(top-bottom): Donald Burch, Bob Henderson, Charles Dunn, Mary Hawkins, Pamela Clark, Carolyn Black, 
Charles Ware, Vera Merchant, Natalie Brown, Tammy Merchant 



92 Staff 



Print Shop 




Front Row: Anna Claytor, Mary Hartless, Wanda Hall, Sandi Sebastian Back Row: Wayne Connor, Calvin 
Sorrells, Ed Walker 



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Rowan Taylor, Julie Salerno, Hugh Finkelstein '86, Venessa Hartman, Mary Anne Loftin, Christoper de Movellan 




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96 Seniors 



John Catron, Rich Redfoot, Eric Skinner, Paul McKinstry 

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Stephanie Smith, Barbara Byington, Lucy Anderson Erin 
Cosby, Anna Hampton 



Fray McCormick, Michael Veliuona, Robert Burch 




David McDowell, Jones Tyler, Philip Isley, Mark Newman 



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Seniors 97 




The Phi Delta Gamma Seniors 




Warren Butler, Allen O'Connell, Robert Haley, Banks Ladd, 
Jim Barker 



Cathleen Tieman, Anne Large, Anne Geary, Valerie Pierson 



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98 Seniors 



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Johnny Sarber, Anne Large 
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Hunter White, Peter Sackett 
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David Thompson, Emmanuel Klump, Chris Ferguson, Hugh McCormick, Frank Sands, Mike Magoline, Eddie Martin, Shawn Gulley, 
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Rhona Hughes, Julie Salerno 



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Chris Cunningham, Bill Lasseigne, Drew MacKenzie 



Ian Thompson, Bill Webb, Clark Peterson, Dale Haines, John Murdoch, Joe Emerson, Dean Barry, Jace Goins 






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Seniors 103 




Manoli Loupassi, Mike Veliuona, John Ware, Steve Udicious, Harry Halpert 
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Mike Wharton '91, Dudley Lee, Johnston Cox '91, Simon Smith '91, Tim Ward '90, Lee Grable 




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Robert Owen, Kiyomi Kamata (E) 



Ellen Sigler, Keri Hinrichs, Martha Christian, Carol Couch, Melissa Thrasher, Danatha Hoffman 




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106 Seniors 



Adam Yanez '87, Rowan Taylor, Hugh Finkelstein 
Vanessa Hartman, Julie Salerno, Amy Smith 




Doug Mullenix, Andrew Baur, Tony Mitchell 




Matthew G. Bevin 



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David Lawrence, Hudson Walker '90, Chris Brand 



Hunter McFadden, Ronald Brown, Raymond 
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Seniors 107 





Mark Bryant, Charles Gay, Scott Cornell '90 



Amy Smith, Adam Yanez '87, Julie Salerno, Rowan Taylor, 
Vanessa Hartman, Hugh Finkelstein '86 




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Seniors 109 





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Stephanie Smith, Kim Eadie, Copeland Kapp 




Joel E. Miller, Mrs. David Olichney 
David Bums, Mason Alley '92, Rob Vinneau '87, Gar Sydnor, Mike Carroll 





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Seniors 111 



Andrew Layton, Chris Wood, Bucky Strauch 




Lee Brading, David Symonds 



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Front: Cathy Boardman, Anne Large, Amy Pickett, Amy Balfour Back: Caroline Boone, Benny Savage, Carol 
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114 Seniors 





John Catron, Andrew Layton, Chris Wood, Mike Forrester, I-Bashi-I, David Hudson, Bucky 
Strauch, Joe Kavanaugh, Doug Freimuth 




Stu Sheldon, Christopher de Movellan, David Olson '90 





Andrew Layton, Jamie Urso, 
Chris Wood, Bucky Strauch 



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Jeff Kelsey, Scott Williams 
Christian Blessey, Chris Brand 
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James Alexander, Westor 
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116 Seniors 



Hate House: Manoli Loupassi, 
Taylor Williams, Andy Howell, 
Brad Gottsegan, Sheldon Clark, 
John Ware 





Rebel Ridge: Front:Tony 
Mitchell, Joe Caccamo, 
Ted Cover Back: Doug 
Mullenix, Ross Singletary, 
Andrew Baur '90 



Seniors 117 




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Seniors 119 



Dodd Crutcher 
Bill Leightner 
Richard Brock 
Greg Hartman 
E. Wright Ledbetter 
Harry Murphy 
Blake Comer '90 
Luckett Robinson 
Allen Ladd '90 




Kelly Putney, Heidi Read, Copeland Kapp Ward Eisinger, Greg Williams, Eric Skinner 

Frank Kannappell, Kent Hillegas '91, Andrew Abernathy, Robert Brown '91 



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Seniors 121 




Matt Stover '91, David Klabo, Bob Fuller '91, Niko Lorentzatos '91 



Richard Payne, Brent Bean, Rob Thompson, Mike Temple 





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Chris Ferguson 
Jay Fant 
Mark Milligan 




Stacey Morrison '90, Linda Russ, Janet Goad, David Bloods- 
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Greg Lyford '91, Jim Sloat, Kevin Sweeney '92, Paul Hoehne '91 




Thomas Herndon, Joe Rowe, R.J. June-Ho Lee, Paul Eyerly, Terry O'Brien 



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Seniors 125 



Front: Christie Davis, Martha Chris- 
tian, Katherine Nelligan, Copeland 
Kapp Middle: Heidi Read Back: Julie 
Kirk, Jenny Bray, Brerton Chase, 
Catherine Council, Kelly Putney, 
Catherine McCubbin, Kathleen Pl- 
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Dorothy Mills 
Dean Nuchols '88 
Steve Ingram 



Seniors 127 



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Jim Sloat, John Bailer, Greg Dale 



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Erin Cosby 
Julie Sheppard 
Alston Parker 



Elizabeth Symonds 

David Symonds 

Heather Logan '90 



130 Seniors 





Front: Dudley Lee, David Lawrence, Dr. J. D. Futch, Warren Butler, John Knight, David Burns, Jeff Kelsey, Johnny 
Sarber Back: Weston Newton, Eddie Martin, Eddie Klank, Jim Barker, Will Arvin 



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132 Seniors 



James T. Maggwett (VMI '88), Andrea Hickman 





Sean F. Driscoll, Peter L. Freeman, Nick Woodfield, Charles K. Driscoll, Jr., 
Michael L. Washington, Thomas H. R. Mooney, Chris G. Padden 



Bob Tompkins 

Tom Koch 

Jason Hodges 

David Emerich 

Stephen Rodgers 

Stuart Sheldon 

Chris Willard 





Don Weiner 
Jeff Lovell '90 
Matt Horridge 
Richard Grace '90 



Seniors 133 




Clockwise from top: Ted Cover, Joe Caccamo, Lee Norton, Richard Brock, Sheldon Clark, Ross Singletary, Taylor Williams, Ian Bottomly, 
David Surface, Chris Brand, Jim Barker, Andy Howell 




Weston Newton, Will Arvin, Christian Blessey, Mike Carroll 




Dubois S. Thompson, III 



134 Seniors 





Edward Ludwig, Paul Henderson 



Emmanuel Klump, Tom Wingfield 







Karen Dash '90, Melissa Roberts '90, Catherine McCubbin, 
Suzanne Lucas '90 



Ed McGee, Murphy McMillan '90, Warren Holland '90 



Rhona Hughes, Mary Anne Lofrin, Julie 
Salerno, Vanessa Hartman, Amy Smith 






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Ron Meadows, Susann Meadows, Bud Meadows 



Ichi Shimizu (E), Deborah Hattes, Vladimir Kulykin (E), D. J. Hatfield, 
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Willie Henderson '92, Robin Bean, Daphne Blyden, Rosalyn Thompson, Blair 
Simmons '91, Larissa Webb '90 









Tony Demartino, Edward Joy, John Maxwell, David Klabo 



Elizabeth Cummins, Susan Lewis, Catherine Council, Courtney 
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Seniors 137 




Seniors of Kappa Sigma: Front: Terry 
O'Brien, Scott Yeates, Mark Newman, 
John Roach, Gern Blanstein Back: Tom 
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Gary Humiston, Drew 
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Linda Cooper, Keith Dunn 
Betsy Vegso, Bobby Henderson 




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Johnson, Tony DeMartino, Philip Dupont, Martin Burlingame, Pete Petino, Hughes Melton 



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Wistar Nelligan, Kelly Putney, Dan McDowell, Kim Eadie 





Laura Taylor '90, Paula Gregg '91, Manuel Bonilla, Anne Aitken '90, 
Sarah Bolte '91 



Margaret Pimblett 
Elizabrth Brown 
Kevin Struthers 



Jenny Bray, Julia Kirk, Laura Hoopes, Benny Savage, Rosalyn Thompson 




Gretchen Bell 

Laura Carry 

Catherine Nelligan 





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Davitl Grove, Kevin Struthers Middle: Chris Callas,^( f^'id Burns Back: 

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Randy Orders, John Roberts, Stephen Ingram, Scott Yates 



Brad Gottsegan 
John Ware 
Manoli Loupassi 
Taylor Williams 
Andy Howell 
Sheldon Clark 




Mary Anne Loftin, Julie Salerno, Vanessa 
Hartman 



142 Seniors 





Front: Courtney Harpold, Mary Anne 
Loftin, Amy Hatcher '91, Chris Deighan '87 
Middle: Chamie Schildt '91, Liz Brown, 
Bob (Sesame Srreer)McGrath, Lucy Ander- 
son, Chris Callas Back: Kevin Struthers, 
Matt Bryant, D.J. Hatfield 




ors 143 




Catherine Councill 
Philip A. Councill '54 



Mike Magoline 
David Thompson 
Frampton Harper 




Dana Anstine, Stephanie Coleman, Jessica Reynolds, Cindy Phoa 



144 Seniors 




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W. J. Archer II '89 
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Jeff Lui, Eddie 
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Anne K. Aitken 
Denver, CO 

Kevin J. Allen 
Dallas. TX 

R. David Allen 
Anniston, AL 

Sarah T. Allen 
Spartanburg. SC 

Victoria W. Allen 
Atlanta. GA 



William E. Allen 
Wilmington, DE 

Charles J. Ameno 

Lancaster. NY 

Karsten Amlie 
Pompano Beach. FL 

Kris Amoroso 
Vienna, VA 

Michael S. Applebaum 
New Orleans, LA 



M. Beckwith Archer 
Lexington. KY 

Meredith M. Attwell 
Houston, TX 

John E. Bagwell, III 
Spartanburg, SC 

Scott C. Bahrke 

Rose/and, NJ 

Catherine B. Baillio 
Virginia Beach, VA 




148 Juniors 




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Virginia W. Barrett 
Suffollk, VA 

Nancy H. Baughan 
Rockledge, FL 

Christopher A. Beeley 
Houston, TX 

Hilary E. Beggs 

Princeton, NJ 

Robert B. Berryman 
Dallas, TX 



Robert P. Beveridge 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Amy S. Bidwell 
Huddleston. VA 

Susan E. Bienart 
Baltimore, MD 

Hannah S. Bimey 
Washington, DC 

Timothy K. Bowers 
Martinsburg, WV 



George Wesley Boyd 
Dallas, TX 

Melanie G. Brent 
Baltimore, MD 

Virginia B. Brent 

Alexandria, VA 

Thomas Scott Brisendine 
Springfield, VA 

Heather Brock 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 



D. Allen Brown 

New Orleans, LA 

G. Patrick Brown 
Atlanta, GA 

Grattan T. Brown 

Memphis, TN 

Leigh Anne Brown 
Rockville, MD 

Thomas A. Brubaker 

St. Simons Is. , GA 



J. Wayne Burris, Jr. 

Lynchburg, VA 

James T. Busenlener 

Metarie, LA 

Jeffrey J. Caggiano 
Bristol, CT 

Davidson F. Callahan 
Centerville, MD 

Jamie T. Campbell 
Westport, CT 



Reid T. Campbell 
New Canaan, CT 

W. Brandon Canaday 

Richmond, VA 

Bradley J. Cannon 
Lunberville, PA 

Alice M. Cappel 
Lake Charles, LA 

Caroline M. Carter 
Short Hills, NJ 

Juniors 149 



Christy A. Carter 
Buena Vista, VA 



Christopher A. Cerone 

Tom River, NJ 



Christine L. Champlin 
Louisville. KY 



Victor Cheung 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Delos R. Clark 
McMinnville, OR 

Charles B. Comer 
Greenville, SC 

Charles S. Conklin, III 

Marietta, GA 

Sean M. Connelly 
Guilford. CT 



Dedra L. Connor 
Columbia, SC 

Roger B. Cook 
Anderson, SC 

Shawn A. Copeland 

Charleston, WV 

Sonya L. Crayton 
Rantoul, IL 

Robert J. Dadio 
Easton, PA 



Yvonne K. Dash 
Hackensack. W 

Caroline B. Davis 
Louisville, KY 

Craig B. Davis 
Spartanburg, SC 

Susan M. Davis 
Louisville, KY 

Jason H. Daywitt 
Boscobel, Wl 




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Donald A. DeFabio 

Bethesda, MD 

Gordon H. De Kuyper 

Baltimore, MD 

Frank J. DeMento 

Huntington, NY 

Thomas T. Diedorff 

York, PA 

Anna M. Dulaney 
Charlotte, NC 



John M. Durant 
Drexel Hill, PA 

Laura L. Eggers 

Annandale, VA 

Jennifer A. Elmes 
Lexington, VA 

Gregory E. Euston, Jr. 
Miami, FL 

Joane E. Evan 
Wethersfield, CT 



Edward H. Evans 
Newton, PA 

Julian Fant, III 
Jacksonville, FL 

John S. Farmer 
Lexington, KY 

Elisabeth Farrell 
Easton, PA 

Damon Fensterman 

Lynchburg, VA 



F. Henry Ferris 
Pittsford, NY 

Lisa Ann C. Fink 
York Town Heights, NY 

Rebecca A. Finkbeiner 
Little Rock, AR 

Robert L. Fleming, Jr. 
Houston, TX 

Stewart G. Flippen 

Richmond, VA 



Thomas E. Fox 

Richmond, VA 



Anthony J. Frank 

Richmond, VA 



Juniors 151 



Charles E. Frankum 

Memphis, 77V 

James A. Fuller 
Barnstable, MA 

Paul C. Galanides 
Norfolk, VA 

Lee K. Garlove 

Louisville, KY 

Susan L. Gates 

Farmuille, VA 



Joseph J. Geitner 
McClean, VA 

Stephen A. George 

Baltimore, MD 

Paul H. Gilbert 

Armonk, NY 

Christopher M. Giblin 

Washington, DC 

Gary 0. Giles 



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Boca Raton. FL 



Arne Glaeser 

West Point, VA 

Jonah L. Glick 
Oradell, NJ 

Patrick W. Gochar 
Baltimore, MD 

Hubert W. Goings, III 

Birmingham, AL 

Steven J. Gomez 
Lakeville, CT 



Kristi A. Goodman 

Salem. VA 

J. Lee Grable, Jr. 
Dallas, TX 



Katherine A. Graci 

Memphis, 77V 

Matthew W. Grey 
Towson, MD 



Jeffrey K. Grimes 
Huntsuille. AL 

Deborah L. Grove 

Winchester. VA 




152 Juniors 








Stephanie M. Guittard 
Bloomfield Hills, Ml 

Ronda C. Gunter 
Barboursville, WV 



B. Dallas Hagewood 

Franklin, TN 

Thomas J. Hamilton, 111 
Glastonburg, CT 



James J. Harber, III 
Commerce, GA 

Kristen E. Haring 
Mansfield, OH 



Fiona P. Harkess 

Anchorage, KY 

Alice L. Harrell 
Lookout Mtn., TN 

Rogers K. Haydon 
Bellair, FL 

Thomas 1. Hayes, III 
London, England 

John T. Helleberg 

Charlottesville, VA 



D. Rogers Herndon, Jr. 

Shreueport, LA 

Nancy L. Hickam 
Pulaski, VA 

Michael W. Higginbotham 

Memphis, TN 

Mary H. Hipp 
Greenville, SC 

Warren F. Holland, III 
Columbia, SC 



L. Ashley Hoopes 
Wilmington, DE 

William T. Houck 

Lynchburg, VA 

N. Burke Howell 
Charlotte, NC 

John E. Huffard, Jr. 
Atlanta, GA 

Kelley L. Hughes 
Atlanta, GA 



Juniors 153 



Helge R. Hukari 
Atlanta. GA 



M. Catherine Hunt 
Baltimore. MD 



Eric W. Hunter 
Cincinnati, OH 

Rachael R. Jackson 
Austin, TX 

Nicholas M. Jacobs 
Ramsey, NJ 

Caroline C. Jennings 
Fort Washington. PA 

Jane Lee Joyce 
N. Little Rock. AR 



Kiyomi Kamata 
Tokyo. Japan 

Edward J. Kelley 
Towson. MD 

J. Christopher Kennedy 

Annapolis. MD 

Frederick B. Kieckheffer 
Louisville, KY 

Amy J. Kitchen 

Amherst. NH 



Evan J. Kline, III 
Sanatoga. PA 

Elizabeth P. Knapp 
Lexington. VA 

Tiffany Kwan 
Hong Kong. Japan 

Eileen F. Labashinsky 
Brooklyn. NY 

Allen H. Ladd 
Mobile, AL 



James B. Lake 
Charleston, SC 

Frederick LaManna 
Manhasset. NY 

BethAnne M. Lamb 
Miljord, NH 

C. King Laughlin, III 
Dallas. TX 

Amy Y. Lehr 
Greensville. SC 




154 Juniors 




Heather D. Logan 
Tampa, FL 

Steven H. Long 
Richmond, VA 

Suzanne E. Lucas 

Martinsburg, WV 

Lynwood M. Mallard 
Charlotte, NC 

David C. Marshall 
Salem, NJ 



David H. Martin 

Summit, NJ 

Robert E. Martin 

Camphill, Pa 

Stephen S. Mattingly 

Webster Springs, WV 

Paul A. Matuch 

Collegeville, PA 

Scott R. McArron 
Dallas, TX 



Daniel J. McCronie 
Femandina Beach, FL 

Gary H. McCullough 
Athens, GA 

Daniel H. McDowell 
Stamford, NY 

John M. McMillan. Ill 

Montgomery, AL 

Mary Alice McMorrow 

Arlington, VA 



Michael S. Meers 
Bethesda. MD 



Carlos E. Millan 
Baltimore, MD 



i Mark T. Milligan 
Monkton, MD 



Juniors 155 



R. King Milling, Jr. 

blew Orleans, LA 

Genienne A. Mongno 
Danville. CA 

J. Carter Montague 
Gaithersburg, MD 

Lisa C. Moody 
Bellevue, WA 

Adam A. Morgan 
Upperlo. MD 



J. Coulter Morrison 
Brandon, MS 

Kathleen A. Morrison 
Seaford, VA 

Stacy L. Morrison 
Jenkintown, PA 

Kimberly A. Moseley 
Virginia Beach, VA 

Robert D. Mould 
Columbia, SC 



Eve L. Mullen 
Cedartown, GA 

Matthew N. Murphy 
New Canaan, CT 

Kevin M. Nash 
Cordova, 77V 

Leigh Anne Netterville 
Baton Rouge, LA 

C. Hunt Niedringhaus 
Creve Couer, MO 



Elizabeth M. O'Connell 

Baltimore. MD 

David R. Olson 
Fairfax Station, VA 



Gregory J. Ossi 

Jacksonville. FL 

William H. Ottinger 
Hong Kong 



Paula J. Owsley 
Springfield. MO 

R. Michael Pack 
Paris, KY 




156 Juniors 




Katherine C. Park 
Pavenswood, WV 

Quay W. Parrott, III 
New Orleans, LA 



Kenneth R. Pearson 
Louisville, KY 

Todd C. Peppers 

Lexington, VA 



Tanya Pergola 
Easton, CT 

John E. Perkins, IV 
Tallahassee, FL 



Cecelia M. Phillips 

Lexington, VA 

Emmette Pilgreen 
Anaheim, CA 

David E. Pitzel 
Baton Rouge, LA 

Richard J. Poli 
Newton Square, PA 

Maurice E. Purnell, III 
Dallas, TX 



David A. Radulovic 

Alexandria, VA 

Rebecca L. Reynolds 
Glenside, PA 

D. Scott Richardson 

Timonium, MD 

K. Lorraine Richardson 
Gaithersburg, MD 

Erick H. Rock 
Bethlehem, PA 



Lea F. Santamaria 
Charleston, WV 

Patricia A. Sciutto 

New York, NY 

Thomas J. Sheehan, Jr. 
Savannah, GA 

Kelly D. Shifflett 

Lexington, VA 

Hikeo Shimizu 
Aichi Pre. , Japan 



Juniors 157 



Presort W. Sigmund 
Washington, DC 

Richard P. Silva, Jr. 
West Chester. PA 

Stacey L. Sim 
Houston, TX 

David P. Smith, Jr. 
Dallas, TX 

Martha L. Smith 
Houston, TX 



Catherine L. Smith 
Latrobe. PA 

Christopher 0. Smythe 
Lynchburg, VA 

Christopher D. Sorrells 
Lexington, VA 

Jennifer Ellen Spreng 
Bellville, IL 

Stephen L. Stanley 
Shreveport, LA 



J. Ann Stewart 
Marietta, Ga 

David J. Streett 
Little Rock, AR 

Elizabeth Stutzman 
Port Washington, NY 

John D. Sutterlin 
Frankfort, KY 

Susan S. Swayze 
Santa Posa, CA 



Anne E. Taylor 

Cohasset, MA 

Ronald J. Thomas 
Darien, CT 

Michael E. Thompson 

Clothier, WV 

Thomas J. Thompson 

Rockville, MD 

C. Richard Tomkins, IV 

Gallatin, 77V 



John T. Touchton 
Tampa, FL 

Delia F. Truett 
Friendsville, 77V 

William W. Tunner 

Manakin, VA 

Fred J. Turpin 
Tampa, FL 

G. Mason Van Sciver 
Radnor. PA 



Tina Vandersteel 
Alpine, NJ 

Justin S. Walker 
Boston, MA 

Scott D. Walker 
Seattle, WA 

Peter J. Wanek 
Metarie, LA 

Sterling H. Weaver, II 

Portsmouth, VA 





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Larissa G. Webb 
Bethesda, MD 

D. Woodford Webb 
Lexington, KY 

Jill L. Westphal 
Agoura, CA 

Robert W. Whayne 
Louisville, KY 

Travis M. Wilhite 
Austin, TX 



Reiss F. Wilks 
Virginia Beach, VA 

Catherine L. Williams 
Beaumont, TX 

R. Christienne Williams 
Selma, AL 

Paul T. Williamson 
Dallas, TX 

Wendy W. Wilson 
West Chester, PA 




Juniors 159 






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Marc Ackerman 
Oakhnd.NJ 

Courtney Adams 
Greenwood, SC 

Robby J. Aliff 
Oak Hill, WV 

Jane B. Allen 
Winston Salem, NC 

L. Scott Altrutz 
Reston, VA 



Amy Aussiker 
San Antonio. TX 

Willaim T. Avery 
Richmond, VA 

Cary C. Baber 

Roanoake, VA 

Hal Bailey 

Memphis, 77V 

Elizabeth M. Baker 

Norfolk. VA 



Jennifer A. Bandrowski 
Wenham, MA 

Christopher Baradel 

Anapolis, MD 

Robert Scott Bell 
Wilmington, DE 

David S. Bennett 
Alpharetta, GA 

Christopher S. Berdy 
Jacksonville, FL 




160 Sophomores 




Daniel Bettendorf 
Fulton, MD 

Paul C. Bevington 
Atlanta, GA 

David Arthur Blank 
Rydal, PA 

Judson Blazek 

Chevy Chase, MD 

J. Brent Boland 

Louisville, KY 



Sarah Bolte 
Leoti, KS 

Christopher Boone 
Houston, TX 

Kimberly Booth 
Atlanta, GA 

Robert B. Boswell 
Little Rock. AR 

Margaret G. Boyd 
Columbia, SC 



Paul T.J. Bolye 

Memphis, TN 

Jennifer Page Bramlette 
Ft. Belvoir, VA 

Charles D. Broil, Jr. 

Wilmington, DE 

Robert B. Brown 
Marietta, GA 

Sherri Brown 
Charleston, WV 



John T. Buchanan 

Swickleu, PA 

Jonathan M. Bull 

Lancaster, PA 

Lee 0. Butterfield 
Newport News, VA 

Christopher Byrum 

Bakersfield, CA 

Patricia S. Can- 
Greensboro, NC 



James A. Casey 
Glens Falls, NY 

Paige E. Cason 

Greenville, SC 

Stephen H. Catlett, Jr. 

Richmond, VA 

Tim Clark 
Ewa Beach, HI 

Amy W. Coates 
Little Rock, AR 



Sharon K. Coleman 
Atlanta, GA 

Wade H. Coleman 
Valdosta, GA 

Chris G. Commander 
Jacksonville, FL 

Melinda M. Conkling 
Chestertown, MD 

Sarah W. Conrad 
Old Lyme, CT 



Sophomores 161 



Thomas C. Costello 
Garden City, NY 

A. A. Johnston Cox 
Coloumbia, SC 

Allan N. Crawford, III 
Atlanta, GA 

Mignon C Crockard 

Birmingham, AL 

Anne B. Culley 
Geneva, IL 



Alice L. Cyphers 
Henryvilte, PA 

D. Franklin Daniels, Jr. 
Chattanooga, 77V 

Leslie Carol Dannelly 
Leesburg, FL 

Michael W. Danzansky 
Washington, DC 

Lindsay B. deHaven 

Sewickley, PA 



Michael D. DeMelfi 
Bloomsburg, PA 

E. Darrin Dewberry 
Atlanta. GA 

Khamla Leah Dhouti 
Riverside, CA 

Duke A. Dillard 
Chattanooga, 77V 

Laura Dodge 

Summit, NJ 



Donna S. Doughty 
Roswell, GA 

T. G. Douglas, Jr. 

St. Simons Island, GA 

Christopher R. Doyle 
Louisville, KY 

Kyra Tamara Draves 
Port Jefferson, NY 

Sandra Dudley 
Henry, MA 



John T. Dukes 
Mobile, AL 

Willard L. Dumas, III 

New Orleans, LA 

Thomas P. Dunn, Jr. 
Hendersonville, NC 

G. Kathleen Duwel 
Summit Point, NJ 

Joei Liyne Dyes 
Peoria, IL 



Anne Irene Dysart 
Tulsa, OK 

David V. Eakin 
Tulsa, OK 

John A. Ebner 
Baton Rouge.LA 

Laurel Elin Empie 
Goshen, NY 

Steve Erwin 
Houston, TX 




162 Sophomores 




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Thomas G. Evans, Jr. 
Ft. Washington, PA 

Valerie Lyn Fayle 
Houston, TX 

Allen Ferguson 

Richmond, VA 

Janice C. Furman 
Tampa, FL 

Richard W. Feuring 

Wantagh, NY 



Stephanie Fitzgerald 
Titusville, FL 

William Fitzgerald 

Columbia, SC 

Christopher Lee Flinn 

Richmond, VA 

James L. Fowler 
Greenville, NC 

Larkin M. Fowler, III 
Atlanta, GA 



Lisa K. Frantz 

Alexandria, VA 

Matthew S. French 
New Orleans, LA 

Patrick Gallavan 

Lake Forest, IL 

Todd B. Garliss 
Towson, MD 

David C. Gilmore 

Roanoke, VA 



T Golden 

Philadelphia, PA 

Lynette C. Goodman 
Los Angeles, CA 

William Gottwals 
Brownsville, MD 

C. Michael Graf 
Ingomar, PA 

Gary Hugh Green 
Los Angeles, CA 




Sophomores 163 



Paula Gregg 
Fredrick, MD 



Margaret Elizabeth Griffin 
Bedford. VA 



Andrew T. Guida 

Summit. NJ 

Timothy J. Halloran 
Jonesboro, GA 

Timothy J. Hamling 
Nashville. 77V 

Mary R. S. Hampson 
Charleston. SC 

Katherine W. Hanley 
Fairhope. AL 



Keiko Harada 
Greer, SC 

Eric B. Harlan 

Baltimore. MD 

Ashley Harris 
Greenwich. CT 

Charles C. Hart, Jr. 

Rosemont. PA 

Amy Hatcher 

Bidwell. OH 



Craig Emerson Hatfield 
Fallston. MD 

Albert H. Hauber, IV 
Doyleston. PA 

Alicia Hay 
Baltimore. MD 

M. McLaurin Hill 
New Orleans. LA 

Wendy L. Hinton 
Aberdeen. MD 



William C. Hirschman 
Miami, FL 

Alexander Hitz 
Atlanta, GA 

William E. Hoehn, III 
Falls Church, VA 

Paul C. Hoehne 
Vienna, VA 

Michael Holton 

Indianapolis. IN 

164 Sophomores 





Stephen S. Hornbuckle 
Houston, TX 

Carol L. Howson 
Gulph Mills, PA 

John Brent Hudspeth 
Houston, TX 

Paul Ingram 

Baltimore, MD 

Brooke Jarabek 
Atlanta, GA 



Melissa A. Jay 
Houston, TX 

David Johnston 

Newport News, VA 

Erik K. Jones 
Portland. OR 

Christopher Kavanagh 
Rockville Centre, NY 

Louis D. Kaye 

Windermere, FL 



Mary Jeannette Kelley 

Annandale, VA 

Bemadette Kempton 

Harrisonburg, VA 

Laura Lee Kinney 

Charleston, WV 

Audrey M. M. Koch 
Medocino, CA 

Brian F. Kopet 

Atlanta, GA 



Katherine L. Kreutzinger 
Metarie, LA 



Charles E. Kranich 
Altoona, PA 



Paul Legarde 
New Orleans, LA 



Sophomores 165 



Anne Dahlene Lamkin 

Birmingham, AL 

John Laney 

Haddonfield, NJ 

Katherine Gayle Leake 
Florence, SC 



Paul Lee 
Atlanta, GA 

Goodloe Lewis 
Oxford. MS 

J. Christopher Locke 

Maitland. FL 



Mark W. Lotruglio 

Manhasset, NY 

Thomas David Lovell 
Rocky River, OH 

Gregory L. Lyford 
Casper, WY 

Laurie Lyman 
Gumee, IL 

Roschelle Mack 
Mechanicsville, MD 



Dianne Makowsky 
Florham Park, W 

Reid S. Manley 
Birmingham, AL 

Christopher Mark 
McClean, VA 

Susan K. Martone 
Norfolk, VA 

Richard Earl Martz, Jr. 
Atlanta, GA 



Gary Maxa 

Baltimore, MD 

Melissa Anne Mayer 
Gainesville, GA 



Glenn R. McClendon, III 
Opelika. AL 

Terri Anne McFarland 

Memphis, 77V 




166 Sophomores 




Alisann McGloin 

Bronxville, NY 



Douglas P. McHugh 
Westchester, PA 



John McManus 
Bethesda, MD 

Stephanie L. McNulty 
Harrisonburg, VA 

William H. Meadows 
Lexington, KY 

Julee Messerich 

Rochester, NY 

Charles A. Meyer 
Baltimore, MD 



Karen Meyers 
State College, PA 

Amy Noel Miles 
Atlanta, GA 

Bradley Troyer Miller 
Johnston, PA 

Duncan L. Miller 
Marianna, AR 

Kathleen A. Moritz 
Arlington, VA 



Michael R. Moseman 
Yorktown Heights, NY 

Cara S. Mullin 
Washington, DC 

Eric F. Mutz 
Atlanta, GA 

Jonathon J. Myer 
LaJolla, CA 

Douglas Nelson 
Winchester, KY 



John Neslaqe 
Houston, TX 

Andrew R. Nixon 
Dallas, TX 

Rachelle B. Nock 
Bowie, MD 

George Nomikos 

Richmond, VA 

Tracy Norman 
Chester Springs, PA 



Sophomores 167 



Thomas M. Nystrom 
Medfield, MA 

Christopher M. O'Brien 

Little Rock, AR 

John H. Pace, III 

Houston, TX 

Amy Packard 
Camden. ME 

Patrick Padden 

Louisville. KY 



Juan Michael Pardo 
Annapolis. MD 

Larry J. Parker 
New York. NY 

Stacey Patmore 
Fishkill, NY 

K. Bryan Patterson 

Shreveport. LA 

Courtney Payne 
Stone Mountain, GA 



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New Rochelle, NY 

Tara Perkinson 

Lawrenceville, VA 

Richard S. Perry 
Aiken, SC 

Mark Phippard 
Keene, NH 



John G. Phoenix 
Denver, CO 

Lawrence F. Pilkey 
Charlottesville, VA 

Neda McHed Pishupi 
Georgia, USSR 

Steven Plenk 
Towaco, NJ 

Paula Podracky 
Euclid, OH 



Edward Powell 
Shreveport, LA 

Paige Powell 
Virginia Beach, VA 

Alesha Priebe 
Lyons, NY 

Carter Quayle 
Houston, TX 

James Rambeau 
Miami, FL 



Oliver G. Rand, III 

Madison Heights, VA 

Lydia J. E. Reid 

Athens, WV 

Susan L. Reil 
New Town, CT 

Christian Reneau 

Louisville. KY 

Katy Richard 

Manhasset. NY 




168 Sophomores 





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M. Schuyler Rideout 
Charlotte, NC 

Eleanor Robinson 
Crabapple, GA 

S. Christina Robinson 
Houston, TX 

Christian Roessler 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Jeffrey S. Rogers 
Baltimore, MD 



Angus B. Rosborough 

Summit, NJ 
Robert Douglas Sale 

Panama City, FL 

David Salter 

Gainesui/te, FL 

Damon L. Sanders 
Fresno, CA 

Susan L. Sarver 

Kingsport, 77V 



Chamie C. Schildt 
Anchorage, KY 

Anna Schleunes 
Greensboro, NC 

Simone Schonenberger 
Park Ridge, NJ 

Ingrid M. Schroeder 
New City, NY 

Walter Scott, III 

Memphis, 77V 



Leonard H. Seawell 
Atlanta, GA 

Travis L. Shaw 
Newport News, VA 

Robert Andrew Shelton 
Houston, TX 

Thomnas W. Sheppard 
Sevema Park, MD 

Blair E. Simmons 

Fairfax Station 



Michael W. Skarda 
Piano, TX 



Farrick James Slate 
Winter Park, FL 

Sophomores 169 



Carolyn V. Smith 
Roanoke. VA 

J.R. Smith 
Turin, GA 

Nancy Smith 
Gaithersburg, PA 

Bryant J. Spann 
Atlanta. GA 

Richard Spence 
Houston, TX 



Thomas Spurgeon 

Muncie. IN 

Jean Strohman 
Hilton Head Is., SC 

H. Rey Stroube 
Houston, TX 

Francis Sudell 

Philadelphia. PA 

Tyler P. Suiters 

Arlington, VA 



John T. Swartz 
Stuarts Draft, VA 

Joan Swisher 
Rockbridge Baths, VA 

Jonathon T. Symonds 
Houston. TX 

Laura C. Taylor 
Richmond. VA 

Justin Thomas 
Cotuit, MA 



John C. Thorsen 
Wilmington. NC 

Sumner Timberlake 
Birmingham, AL 

Timothy C. Truxell 
Raphine, VA 

Frank B. Turner 

Covington, GA 

Cecily Tynan 
Somerset, England 



Loretta Vandenburg 
Towaco, NJ 

Erika Volkerding 

Los Angeles, CA 



Kristen E. Wagner 

Merced, CA 

Anne T. Walsh 
Alpharetta, GA 




170 Sophomores 




Harley Walsh 
Washington, DC 

Santell Walthour 
Hinesville. GA 



Andrew W. Waters 
Columbia, MO 

Merrill E. Watson 
San Rafael, CA 



Susan H. Watson 

Midlothian, VA 

Adrienne C. Weatherford 
Lynchburg, VA 

Leslyn Eleanor Weekes 
Stone Mountain, GA 

Richard L. Weinstein 

Baltimore, MD 
Raymond J. Welder, Jr. 

Beeuille, TX 



Mellissa Lynn Weller 
Greencastle, PA 

Shawn A. Wert 
Malvem, PA 

Lovell West 
Jacksonville, FL 

Timothy W. Wheeler 
Ruxton, MD 

Matthew Wherry 
Newark, DE 



Elise M. Whitaker 
Atlanta, GA 

Claude Williams 
New Orleans, LA 

Edward M. Wilson 
Charlotte, NC 

Josh Winegerd 
West Chester, PA 

Matthew John Wise 
Roanoke, VA 



Sharon A. Witting 
Fairfax, VA 

Jeffrey William Woodland 
Lancaster, PA 

Gena Rae Woolner 

Vienna, VA 

C. Virginia Yip 
Hong Kong 

Janelle Zarecor 

Germantown, 77V 



Sophomores 171 



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Louise Adamson 

Richmond. VA 

L. Brannon Aden 
Jackson, MS 

Jennifer Albright 
Cincinnati, OH 

Winthrop Allen 

Spartanburg, SC 

Kimberly A. Allison 
Newport News, VA 



Thomas Gilbert Amason 
Burmingham, AL 

Mary Beth Anstine 
Camp Hill, PA 

Scott Arceneaux 
Baton Rouge. LA 

Karen L. Arch 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 

Wanqdali Bacdayan 
Natchitoches. LA 



Kathleen Sara Bailey 
Manchester, ME 

Stacey Ann Baker 
Wise, VA 

Ann D. Barton 
Grosse Point Farms. Ml 

Kevin A. Bauer 

Baltimore, MD 

Amy E. Beall 

Martinsburg, WV 




172 Freshmen 




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Armando Bennincasa 

Lexington, VA 

William Benson 
Great Meadows, NJ 

Kimberly Anne Bishop 

Flourtown, PA 

J. Darren Braccia 

Springfield, VA 

Sarah Briggs 

Maryville, TN 



William J. Brinkman 
Atlanta, GA 

Douglas B. Brown 
Silver Spring, MD 

Holly Buffington 
Birmingham, AL 

Tim Cadranell 
Seattle, WA 

Kevin L. Carl 

Vienna, VA 



William Caywood 

Amherst, VA 

Robert David Chandler 
Pratt, KS 

Janet Young Cho 

Roanoke, VA 

Tom Cockrell 

Midlothian. VA 

Chisolm Coleman 
Charleston, SC 



James Dabney Collier III 

Memphis, TN 

Travis A. Corder 
Melbourne, FL 

Carolyn Beare Cox 

Charlottesville, VA 

Heather M. Daesener 

Brielle. NJ 

Carol Whitten Damewood 
Charleston, WV 



William W. Davis 
Fullerton, CA 

Coleman T. Devlin 
Towson, MD 

Jennifer A. Donaldson 

Williamsburg, VA 

Robin Michelle Dru 
Newport Beach, CA 

Kristina Lisa Dunford 
Rivadh, Saudia Arabia 



Gregory Dunford 
Rivadh, Saudia Arabia 

Rachel Easton 
Piano, TX 

Emily L. Ecton 
Culpepper, VA 

Fred R. Elliott 
Birmingham, AL 

J. Gregory Evans 

Florence, AL 



Freshmen 173 



Peter G. Evans 

Shreueport, LA 

Jennifer L. Fischer 
Stafford, VA 



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Seamone S. Flanagan 

Maryville. TN 

Charles C. Flippen 

Columbia. MD 



John Allison Flippen 
Florence, SC 

Joseph Read Folline 
Columbia, SC 



Gene Eric Foust 
Spartanburg, NC 

Jonathan A. Frank 

Richmond, VA 



Timothy Gallagher 
Medford. NJ 

J. Benjamin Gamboa 

Patchogue. NY 

David Gay 
Miffis, MA 

Alexandra Glynn 
Palo Alto. CA 

Robert Goodin 

Louisville, KY 



Paige Kilian 
Forest Hill, MD 

David Gordon 

Dunfries, Scotland 

Ashley Grey 
Bethesda. MD 

Michael J. Grey 
Woodsboro, MD 

Kristin L. Greenough 

Holmdel. NJ 




174 Freshmen 




Emily C. Greer 

Marion, VA 

J. Kent Gregory 

Louisville, KY 

Charles H. Haake 

San Marino, CA 

Derk N. Hagendorn 
San Francisco, CA 

Courtney Brooke Hall 

Shreueport, LA 



Michael Jonathan Hanger 
Atlanta, GA 

Ashley Harper 
Prairie Village, KS 

Brian Harper 

Fairfax Station, VA 

Derek Todd Harrar 

Rvdal, PA 
Catherine Anne Harris 

Chester, VA 



Elaine Stuart Harris 
Louisville, KY 

Jonathan H. Harris 

Summit, NJ 

Laurel Ann Heiskell 
Trumbull, CT 

Willie L. Henderson, Jr 
Shreveport, LA 

Laura K. Hendrey 
York, PA 



Jason B. Hendricks 
Houston, TX 

Rebecca C. Henry 
Fletcher, NC 

Jodi Lynn Herring 
Boone, NC 

Gregory T. Hicks 

Lexington, KY 

Trevor P. Hildebrand 

Newport News, VA 



Katrina P. Hirsch 

Alexandria, VA 



Whitney Hopkins 
Sevema Park, MD 

Freshmen 175 



Shana Horrigan 

Gwenwald, West Germany 

Alice Ashley Hurt 
Atlanta, GA 

Erica Ingersoll 

South Harpswelf ME 

Leanne Jones 
Columbia, SC 

Jennifer E. Kacmar 

Charleston. WV 



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John Kannar 

Bethesda. MD 

Ingrid Marie Karell 
Lexington, VA 

Andrew J. Keller 
Pittsford, NY 

Jason S. Kelley 

Piedmont, CA 

Clayton A. Kennington 
Dallas, TX 



Denise C. Kepler 
Sparta, NJ 

Michael S. Kimzey 
Piano, Tx 

Peter Klingelhofer 
CockeysviTle, MD 

Ann Elizabeth Knop 

Leesburg. VA 

Kira Kuper 
Houston, TX 



Francis William LaMotte 
Columbia. SC 



Elizabeth Ledford 
Charleston, SC 



Victor Y. Levy 
River Ridge, LA 




176 Freshmen 




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Ellen Lewis 
New Iberia, CA 

Elizabeth Lynn Libby 

Memphis, TN 

Robert Collings Little 
Laguna NigueT, CA 

Christopher Livingston 
Paducah, KY 

Molly Anne Lynch 
Medford, NY 



Tara Makowski 
/ruing, TX 

Martin Malloy 
Columbia. MD 

Heather Joy Mangrum 

Hartsdale, NY 

Brad Martin 
Norfolk, VA 

Electra Martin 

Lexington, VA 



Stephen Mathis 

Memphis, TN 

Thomas Shannon Mayer 
Erie, PA 

Devon Ann McAllister 
Garden City, NY 

Kelly Ann McCabe 

Alexandria, VA 

Emily Hughes McClintock 
Tunica, MS 



Toby Dale McCoy 
Kenova, WV 

Almena McGowin 
Point Clear, AL 

Stephanie Leigh McHaney 
Cape Girardeau, MD 

Lisa McHenry 
Little Rock, AK 

Margaret McKeman 
Kemah, TX 



Freshmen 177 



Mark Melton 
Houston, TX 



Frank Merchant 
Charlotte, NC 



Wendy Merrick 
Baltimore. MD 

Marjolane Merryweather 
Cambridge. MD 

Eric Michaelson 
Foley. AL 

Heather Midkiff 
Virginia Beach, VA 

Joseph Page Milcoff 

Bradfordwoods, PA 



John D. Miller 

Lancaster, PA 

Nancy Marie Mitchell 
Atlanta. GA 

James Thorance Morrison 
Gainesville. GA 

William Reynolds Murray 
Missouri City. TX 

Jennifer D. Noble 
Richardson, TX 



Henry L. Nordoff III 
Wilton. CT 

Allen A. Norman 
Crossett, AR 

Jeffrey D. O'Brien 
Belleuue, WA 

Thomas Porcher Otis 

Columbia, SC 

William B. Owens 
Alexandria. LA 



Lee Parker 
Richmond. VA 

Michael Patrick 

Princeton. NJ 

Ellen Bell Pearson 
Norfolk, VA 

Bradley H. Peterson 
Sparta, NJ 

Mason L. Pettit 

New York. NY 




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178 Freshmen 




Nicholas Phillips 
Houston, TX 

James H. Pike 
Dothan, AL 

Laura Pilachowski 

Baltimore, MD 

Karen E. Pope 
High Point, NC 

Raphael E. Porres 
Milledgeville. GA 



Henry Franklin Pridgen 
Atlanta, GA 

Scott R. Prigge 

Sparta, NJ 

Colleen Marie Quinn 
Appleton, WI 

Lori Rhodenizer 

Lexington, VA 

Jeffrey D. Roberts 
Bellevue, WA 



Jason D. Robertson 
Anchorage, KY 

Valerie Rockwell 
Mission Hi//s, KS 



Bo Russell 
Greenville, SC 

Laura Lindsay Rutherford 

McLean, VA 



James T. Ryan 

Willingboro, NJ 

Rashmi Sachan 
Knoxville, 77V 



Dwight D. Salsbury 
Benson, VT 

Philip G. Samponaro 
Litchfield, CT 



Freshmen 179 



Tate Neilson Saunders 
Dallas, TX 

Monie Schroeder 
New Orleans, LA 

Ann Shaughnessy 

Troy. NY 

Christopher Simon 
Wilmington, DE 

John G. Simonton 

Richmond. VA 



Larry P. Skipper 

Wilmington. JVC 

Palmer L. Skoglund 
Asheville, NC 

James P. Smith III 
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 

James Ronald Smith 
Lakeland. FL 

Matthew Smith 
Rumson, NJ 



Thomas Snedeker 

Summit. NJ 

Suzanne Sneed 
Flanders. NJ 

Donald H. Stier 
Shawnee Mission, KS 

Joy Stoddard 

Midlothian. VA 

Roger Patrick Sullivan 
Fayetteville, WV 



Christopher C. Swann 
Atlanta, CA 

Kevin Sweeney 
Staunton, VA 

Elizabeth D. Symonds 
Princeton, WV 

Beth Talkington 
Dallas, TX 

Matthew Taylor 
Baltimore. MD 



Tracey Thornblade 
Scottdale. PA 

Sonja Marie Tillberg 
Lawn, PA 

Caroline M. Tsuji 
Oxnard. CA 

Jamie Tucker 
Macon, CA 

Heather Turner 

Roanoke, VA 



David Valentine 
Chicago, IL 

M. Elizabeth Valloton 
Augusta, GA 

William Vandever 
Oklahoma City, OK 

Julia C. Vennes 
Wilton. CT 

Caroline E. Walker 
Ripley, 77V 



180 Freshmen 




Morgan Elizabeth Warner 
Odessa. TX 

Courtney Warren 

Huntsville, AL 

Susan Watkins 

Birmingham, AL 

Sara M. Webb 
Maitland, FL 

Robert D. Weisgerber 
Mount Pleasant, PA 



Clint Wheelock 
Dallas. TX 

Michael Wigert 
Cawarillo, CA 

Caroline Wight 
Thomasville, CA 

Garnett Wilboum 
Meridian, WS 

Jeffrey Willis 
Flagstaff, AZ 



John Edward Witherington 
Mobile, Al 




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James Boatwright III, Prof, of English 



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Mary Ashley Scarborough '92 



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Executive Committee 




Front Row: Edward Yu (Secretary), Christopher deMovellan (President). Hugh Finkelstein (Vice-President) Back Row: 
Mark Cobb, John Fialcowitz, Alston Parker, Don DuPre, Willard Dumas, Clayton Kennington, Chris Giblin, Jud Parker, 
John McDonough, Dave Nave 



190 Organizations 



tudent Conduct Committee 




Front Row: Brandon Canaday, David Burns, Fray McCormick Back Row: Mike Carroll, Stephen White 



Organizations 191 



Student Affairs Committee 




Front Row: Professor Kathy Koberstein, Christopher de Movellan. Jenny Bray, John Falk, Ross Singletary, Dean L_ 
John, Moose Herring, Professor Philip Cline Back Row: Kevin Nash, Dean Buddy Atkins, David Burns Not Picture 
Nancy Margand 



192 Organizations 



Contact 




Kathekon 




Front Row: Jeff Burton, Liz Smith, Benny Savage, Kevin Nash Second Row: Chris Giblin, Dallas Hagewood, Alexa 
Salzman, Laura Hoopes, Wes Boyd, Jud Parker, Jeff Kelsey Back Row: Ross Singletary, Matt Anthony, Tom Mack, Wade 
Fricke, David Allen Not Pictured: Dave Nave, Matt Bryant, David Thompson, Scott Levitt 



Reeves Center 




Front Row: Steve Meuler, Joie Dyes, Terri McFarland, Lauren Batte, Mart Bryant, Mr. Whitehead, King Laughlin Second 
Row: Chris Cerone, Anne Taylor, Mr. Kirkland, Miss Guerry, Stephanie Guittard, David Martin Not Pictured: Meredith 
Walker, Lea Santa Maria, Pat Gocher, Mark Balzli, Walter Scott, Suzanne Lucas, Peter Sherwin 



194 Organizations 



Interfraternity Council 




Sitting: Ross Singletary (President) Standing: Ian Thompson, Joe Re 
ghaus, Chris Willard 



sey, Frank Kannappell. Hunt Niedrin- 




Organizations 195 



Dorm Counselors 




Front Row: Robby Aliff, Rowan Taylor, Elizabeth Cummins, Jenny Bray, Lindsay de Haven, Moose Herring, Dean Ruscio 
Second Row: Mike Jones, Tony Onorato, John Durant, J. Wayne Burris, June Ho-Lee. Vanessa Hartman. Bonnie 
Walker, Jamie Urso Third Row: David Dietz, John Shienburg 



Resident Assistants 




Front Row: Laura Hoopes, Esther Huffman, Dorothy Mills Back Row: Anthony Waskiewicz, Tony DeMartino, Bob 
Martin, Leeann Flood 



196 Organizations 



General Volunteers 




Front Row: Benny Savage, Keri We 
Carter Montague, Kelly Putney 



Peer Couns 



Boyd Back Row: Scott Bris 




Front Row: Ann Gregory, Meredith Walker, Klar Yaggi Second Row: Krista Baggett, Blair Simmons. Mary Ha 
Stephanie Coleman Back Row: Don Schaeffer, Tracy Williams, Ingrid Schrueden, Robby Aliff, Dana Anstine, 
Bevill, James Rambo, Carter Montague 



Organizations 197 



Student Activities Board 




Frankum, David Grove 



Suoerdance 



wart Hammond. Tim Ward, Mike Carroll, Judy Payne, Charles 




Debra Hurtt (Chairman), Fontanne Bostic (Advisor), E. Wright Ledbetter (Chairman) 



198 Organizations 



Student Recruitment 




Front Row: Amy Lehr, Rhonda Gunter. Michelle Brockman, Laura Lee Kinney. Melissa Anemojanis. Kevin Nash, Jenr 
Bray, Rowan Taylor, Nancy Hickam, Scott Bell, Tammi Simpson, Christy Davis, Dede Connor Second Row: Tor 
Brubaker, Tim Halloran, Paul LaGarde, Wes Boyd, Laura Hoopes, Rhona Hughes Back Row: Del Clark, Willard Duma 
Julie Salerno, Todd Peppers, Paige Powell, Jeff Bercaw, Sterling Weaver, Mason Van Sciver 



General Head Quarters 




Front Row: Catherine Councill. Liesal Farrell, Larissa Webb Second Row: Jennifer Fischer, Meg Gilkeson, 
Hermer, Chris Prior, Chris Moore Back Row: Marc Ackerman, Kirk Sohonage, Jay Demarco, Tony Demartino, 
Mcpherson, Greg Kiel, Bill Yorio 



Organizations 199 



Cold Check Committee 




Student Telephone Union 




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David Grove (Chairman), Franklin Daniels (Vice Chairman), David Burns (Chairman) 



200 Organizations 



Trident 




Front Row: Cary Baber, Clare Kaye, Liz Smith, Ricci W 
Lee Joyce, Wendy Wilson, Preuit Hirsch, Julie Sheppa: 



rpton Back Row: Erin Cosby, Amy Balfour, Jane 



Voting Regulations Board 




Front Row: June Ho Lee, Andrew Gaffney, Christy Goodman Back Row: Henry Ferris. Bill La- 
McDowell 



Organizations 201 



Alpha Phi Omega 




Front Row: Richard Bayton, Lovell West Back Row: Peter Evans, Laura Taylor, Dan Bettendorf, Robert Owen, John 
Deighan, Jane Allen, Susan Sarver, Dorothy Mills, Wendy Wilson Not Pictured: Dan Knight, Nancy Smith 



International House 




Sitting: Steven Baldridge, Eileen Labashinsky, Jen Albright Standing: Robert Owen, Ichi Scimizu, Winnie Chow, Ross 
Croighton, Yumi Merishige, D.J. Hatfield, John Bowler, Shana Kerrigan, Chris Locke Not Pictured: Jennifer Spreng, 
Deborah Hattes, Vladimir Kulyvkin, Vasily Kharik, Nena Medshlishvili, Robert Beveridge, Kiyomi Kamata, Yuki Kurihara, 
Victor Cheung 



202 Organizations 



R.O.T.C. Rangers 




Front Row: Msg. William 
Brown, Andrew Manson 



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.. Householder, John Hamilton, David McDowell, Ernie Shaver Back Row: 
is. Shay Nicely, Digger Swink, Brocky Nicely, Big John, Miles Kelly 



Publications Board 




Heidi Read, Virginia Barrett, Betsy Parkins, Emily Bevill, Nancy Whalen, Chuck Shissias, Betsy Vegso, Brian Shaw 
(Advisor), Greg Dale Not Pictured: Christi Champlain, Kelley Hughes 



204 Organizations 



Calyx 




Front Row: Virginia (George) Barrett (Co-editor), Emily Bevill (Business Manager) Back Row: Chris Locke, Ashley 
Harper. Kelley Hughes (Co-editor), Katie Hardwick, Kinnan Lane, Carrie Davis, Ann Lampkin, Cary Baber, Suzanne 
Sneed, Laura Carty, Hank Mayer (Photographic editor) Not Pictured: E. Christian Blessey (Consultant). Susan Davis, 
Caroline Carter, Lisa Moody, Kyra Draves, Tonia Bean, Tonia Pergola, Becky Brandt, Tom Hayes. Christopher Roberts 



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Freund, Cheryl Barrett, Mike Shady, Stu Sheldon, Terance Fowler Not Pictured: Nancy Whalen (Tri-editor), Christi 
Champlain (Business Manager) 



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Rich "Moondog" Mooney, Greg "Lips" Ossi. Chris "Bill Housemartin" Casey, Rob "Robo" MacPherson, Chris "D.J. 
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206 Organizations 



Southern Comfort 








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Ground: Mike Carroll Front Row: Jonathon Hanger, Gar Sydnor, Gantt Bumstead Second Row: Mason Alley, Mike 
Tuggle, Rob Aliff, Kevin Struthers (Student Leader) Back Row: Bryan Patterson, Brian Byrd, David Burns, Roger Sul- 
livan, Franklin Daniels 



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;: Chamie Schildt, Kristin Barnes, Margaret Pimblett, Amy Hatcher, Lauren Rowland, Michelle Brockman Bac 
arah Briggs, Christie Davis, Lindsay de Haven, Courtney Harpold, Dr. Margaret Brouwer (Faculty Advisor), 
Caroline Wight 



Organizations 207 



University Chorus 




Front Row Dr Gordon S. Spice (Director). Chamie Schildt, Melissa Anemojanis, Michelle Brockman, Cathy Tiernan. 
Dallas Hagewood Katie Duwel, Meredith Walker, Lindsay de Haven, Christie Davis, Janice Ferman, Cathy Williams, 
accompanist Second Row: Liz Brown, Kathy Kreutziger, Amy Hatcher, Laurel Empie. Margaret Pimblett, Courtney Har- 
pold Lucy Anderson, Lesee Whitaker, Kristin Barnes Third Row: Michael Tuggle, David Burns, Gantt Bumstead. Scott 
Bell Gar Syndor Damon Fensterman, Ryan Kull, Bryan Patterson, Bryant Spann Back Row: Thomas Brubaker, Greg 
Castronuova, Mason Alley, Richard Zuber, Brian Byrd, Jeff Schultz, Ted Ludwig, Robby Aliff. Jonathan Hanger, Kevin A. 
Struthers 



208 Organizations 



Men's Glee Club 




Front Row: John Farmer. Franklin Daniels, Damon Fensterman, Carli Flippen, Kevin Sweeney, Bryant Spann Second Row: Dr. Gordon P. Spice 
(Director). Bill Boyd, David Burns. Bryan Patterson, Jonathan Hanger, Robby Aliff Third Row: D. J. Hatfield, Dan McDowell, Michael Tuggle. Gar 
Sydnor, Brian Byrd, Tim Hamling, Mike McCIung Back Row: Roger Sullivan, Thomas Brubaker. Mason Alley, Gantt Bumstead, Todd Peppers, Scott 
Bell, Jeff Schultz, Alan Heinrich. accompanist, Kevin A. Struthers 



University Women's Chorus 




Front Row: Lucy Anderson, Kim Moseley, Blaire Postman, Hannah Birney, Jennifer Albright, Michelle Brockman. Kiyomi Kamata, Kimberly Wolf, 
Tiffany Kwan Second Row: Kristen Haring, Lindsay de Haven, Betsy Griffin. Melissa Anemojanis, Kristin Ramberg, Susan Streib. Meg Gilkeson, Rhonda 
Gunter, Caroline Wight Third Row: Kristin Barnes, Nancy Hickam, Christie Davis, Yukie Kurihara. Courtney Harpold, Cathy Tiernan, Chamie Schildt, 
Monica Burke, Lisa Frantz Back Row: Thomas Forrest (Director), Amy Hatcher, Leslyn Weeks, Margaret Pimblett, Parti Carr, Christie Carter. Lauren 
Rowland, Sonja Tillberg, Liz Brown, Mary Anne Loftin, Christie Williams 



Organizations 209 



Club Lacrosse 




Front Row: Fred Shannon, Manoli Loupassi, Gordon Dekuyper, Andy Howell, Tommy Moore. Greg Williams, Terry 
O'Brien, Jorge Urquijo Back Row: David Gildea, Frank Harman, Steve Planck, Sheldon Clark, Eric Kallen, Dirk Hag- 
adorn, Beaubie Gillespie, Mark Lotruglio, Caldwell Hart, The Artful Dodger, Ralph Wolfe, Ted Evans. David Lawrence, 
Mark Reinere, Tee Teague, Frank DeMento, Paul Gilbert 



210 Organizations 



Club Soccer 





Front Row: Scott Laffin, Chris Wood, Broderick Grady, Sugar Ray Johnston, John Legsters, Steve Mueller Back Row: 
Doug Francese, Philip Dupont, Tom Lovell, Chris Doyle, Harley Walsh, John Thorson, Mark Rienke, Pat Hefferman, Tom 
Hayes, Evan Balmer 



Organizations 211 



Honor Societies 



Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa 



Class of 1989: 
Jennifer M. Bray 
Ronald J. Brown 
T. Gregory Dale 
Christopher S. deMovellan 
David W. Dietz 
Michael Forrester 
Anna M. Hampton 
Vanessa Hartman 
Marion M. Herring 
S. Hughes Melton 
John C. Roach 
Julia C. Sheppard 
James M. Sloat 
Rowan G. Taylor 
David E. Thompson 
Betsy A. Vegso 

Class of 1990: 
J. Wayne Burris 
Reid T. Campbell 
Shawn A. Copeland 
Donald S. Jackson 
Mary Alice McMorrow 
Jonathan I. Sheinberg 

School of Law: 
Marie J. Buttarazzi 
J. Patrick Darby 
John F. Hall, Jr. 
H. Knox McMillan 

Honorary: 

William R. Johnston 

Donald Baker 



Class of 1988: 

Eugene Frank Stephenson 

Charles D. Copper 

Class of 1989: 
Michael A. Aarstol 
Mary Lucille Anderson 
Dana S. Anstine 
David M. Bloodsworth, Jr. 
John D. Boiler 
Matthew Paul Brady 
Barbra A. Byington 
Christopher Lee Callas 
Laura Singleton Carty 
Erin Cleghorn Cosby 
Christine Ledyard Davis 
John William Deighan 
James R. DeMarco 
Vance Earl Drawdy 
Leeann Margaret Flood 
John James Gunkel 
Stanley Christopher Hall 
Courtney H. Harpold 
Vanessa Hartman 
Donald J. W. Hatfield 
Deborah E. Hattes 
Danatha Jeanne Hoffman 
Esther Marie Huffman 
Debra Bowles Hurtt 
Richard Peele James, Jr. 
Edward Paul Joy 
Mary Ann Loftin 
Edward Daum Ludwig 
Michael Robert Magoline 
John D. Maxwell 
Edwin C. McGee 
Christopher Forrest Moore 
Jeffrey Putman Schuftz 
Julia Caroline Sheppard 
Peter Joseph Sherwin 
James M. Sloat 
Rowan G.P. Taylor 
David Edward Thompson 
Cathleen Marie Tiernan 
Scott C. Treanor 
Meredith Frances Walker 



Who's Who 

Mary Lucille Anderson 
Jennifer M. Bray 
Matthew Stephen Bryant 
Barbra Ann Byington 
Michael David Carroll 
Erin Cleghorn Cosby 
Thomas Gregory Dale 
John Patrick Darby 
John William Deighan 
Christopher Sanchez deMovellan 
Marie Eileen Dunne 
Wade Matthews Fricke 
David Scott Grove 
Anna Mae Hampton 
Courtney Hays Harpold 
Vanessa Hartman 
Deborah Ellen Hattes 
Kevin James Henderson 
Marion McBride Herring 
Laura Anne Hoops 
Esther Marie Huffman 
Robert Jeffrey Kelsey 
Kathryn Dean Kirmayer 
Douglas Claude Martinson II 
Robert Emmett Matthews 
William Fray McCormick 
John McDonough 
Herman Knox McMillan 
Alston Page Parker 
Valerie Alane Pierson 
Ronald Stephen Range 
Julie Salerno 
Kenon Mary Savage 
Julia Caroline Sheppard 
Mary Elizabeth Camp Smith 
Rowan Gregory Paxton Taylor 
David Edward Thompson 
Anne Regina Yuengert 



Honorary: 

John William Elrod 
William Hurt Sledge 
Hans C. von Baeyer 



212 Organizations 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Amy E. Aussiker 
Alison K. Bell 
John T. Buchanan 
Lee O. Butterfield 
Catherine A. Caldwell 
Laurel E. Empie 
Richard W. Feuring 
John Paul Foster 
William D. Gottwals 
Ann Marie Gregory 
Michael W. Holton 
Melissa Anne Jay 
Jane Lee Joyce 
Mary J. Kelley 
Bernadette M. Kempton 
Paige C. Kilian 
Paul V. Lagarde 
Paul C. Lee 
Thomas C. Locke 
Patricia Lopes 
Gregory L. Lyford 
Laura M. Lyman 
Amy N. Miles 
George C. Nomikos 
Harry T. Pearce 
Tomas Luis Perez 
Paige P. Powell 
Lydia J. E. Reid 
Amy C. Sapp 
Ingrid M. Schroeder 
Robert A. Shelton 
Teri Leigh Snider 
Bryant J. Spann 
Cecily Joan Tynan 
Krista Beth Vollack 
Lovell M. West 
Elise M. Whitaker 
Matthew J. Wise 



Beta Gamma Sigma 

Business fraternity 

Class of 1989: 
David M. Bloodsworth, Jr. 
Charles C. Doumar 
Vanessa Hartman 
Katherine Ann Kelso 
Clement Edward Klank 

Class of 1990: 

Reid Tarlton Campbell 

Billte Dallas Hagewood 



Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Economics fraternity 

Class of 1989: 
Michael P. Aarstol 
Barbra A. Byington 
Erin C. Cosby 
D. Allen Hinkle 
Edward P. Joy 
L. Edward Martin III 
Rowan G.P. Taylor 
Scott C. Treanor 



Phi Sigma Alpha 

Politics fraternity 

Steven K. Baldridge 
Manuel E. Bonilla 
Jennifer M. Bray 
Heather B. Brock 
Ronald J. Brown 
Martin R. Burlingame 
Christopher A. Cerone 
Shawn A. Copeland 
Courtney A. Coyle 
Joanne E. Even 
Elizabeth B. Freud 
David K. Gildea 
Gary O. Giles 
Krista A. Goodman 
Julia K. Kirk 
Clark A. Peterson 
Valerie A. Pierson 
David E. Pitzel 
Edward T. Rowan, Jr. 
James M. Sloat 
Melissa Thrasher 
Robert D. Wolf 



Organizations 213 



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Football 



Story by Jim Johnson 

The 1988 season was supposed to be a re- 
building period for the Washington and Lee 
Generals football squad. After suffering two 
losing seasons in a row, the W&L team sur- 
prised everyone by winning five of their last six 
games to finish the 1988 season with a 5-3 and 
1 record. 




216 Football 




The Generals reported to Coach Fallon's 
rigorous pre-season trainig camp on August 
18, and it was there that the team began to de- 
velop the togetherness that helped them over- 
come adversity throughout the season. 

On September 10, Washington and Lee op- 
ened its season on Wilson Field with a tough 
41-12 loss against Old Dominion Athletic Con- 
ference foe Emory and Henry. The Generals 
struck first against the Wasps, but then saw 
them run off a 35-3 stretch in the second and 
third quarters that put the game out of reach. 
Although overpowered by the Emory and 
Henry squad, the Generals were not discoura- 
ged, and looked to fine-tune their play during 
an open week before they faced Centre Col- 
lege in a non-conference game in Danville, 
KY. 

The Generals felt well prepared to face 
Centre, having taken advantage of an open 
date to put in some extra preparation for the 
game. Unfortunately, Washington and Lee 
slipped into their second defeat of the season, 
lcsing 30-16. The Generals scored first again 
to take a 7-0 lead on Russell Crosby's 33 yard 
run, but Centre came back witha strong runn- 
ing game. They scored 21 points in the third 
quarter, the first six coming on a 91 yard 
kickoff return, to secure the win. 



Washington and Lee began to turn the 
comer on October 1 when they played ODAC 
opponent Randolph -Macon to a 10-10 tie at 
Wilson Field. The Generals took a 7-0 lead 
midway through the first quarter when quart- 
erback Phillip Sampson connected with junior 
tight end Bob Martin on a 70 yard catch-and- 
run. W&L fell behind 10-7 in the second half, 
but the Generals rallied to tie the game on a 28 
yard field goal from sophomore Carter 
Quayle. The kick was set up when senior split 
end Keith Boyd pulled down a 41 yard pass. 
Boyd suffered a broken leg on the play and 
was sidelined for the rest of the season. 

The Generals finally got their first win of the 
season by shutting down Maryville College 20- 
in Tennessee, the first W&L shutout since 
1979. The W&L defense stopped the Scots 
four times on drives inside the Generals' 15- 
yard-line to preserve the shutout. The W&L 
offense had an excellent showing, piling up 
360 total yards, including 289 yards rushing. 
Not only was the victory the first of the Gene- 
rals' 1988 season, it was also the victory that 
made 1 1 -year head coach Gary Fallon No. 1 in 
coaching victories in the history of W&L foot- 
ball. In their fifth game of the season, the Gen- 
erals fell "a nickel shy" of pulling out their 
second win of the season in their Homecoming 



game against Hampden-Sydney. A few un- 
fortunate breaks put the W&L squad on the 
down side of a 22-20 score as the ODAC-rival 
Tigers rallied with 12 fourth-quarter points to 
escape with the win. The Generals saw a 13- 
10 fourth-quarter-lead erased when the Tigers 
notched a game-tying field goal and then for- 
ged a lead courtesy of a W&L mistake. Gene- 
rals punter Tom Skeen was tackled in the end 
zone after retrieving a high snap from center. 
The Tigers then took the ensuing free kick and 
marched down the field to post a 22-13 lead. 
The Generals defense rallied, though, as def- 
ensive end Tony Onorato snared a Tiger pitch 
out at the W&L 18 and Lumbered 82 yards to 
pull Washington and Lee within two points. 
The Tigers recovered the ensuing onside kick 
and ranout the clock from there. 

After their disappointing Homecoming loss 
to Hampden-Sydney, the Generals caught 
fire, winning the last four games of the season. 
They started with a 21-0 shutout against the 
University of the South which showcased the 
Generals' defense. W&L forced six Sewanee 
turnovers and held the Tigers to just two of 13 
third-down conversions. 

In the Generals next contest, against confer- 
ence foe Bridgewater, the W&L team rallied 
with two forth-quarter touchdowns, including 



Football 217 




a 5-yard touchdown pass from Phillip Sam- 
pson to split end Craig Irons with 35 seconds to 
play, to tally a 14-10 win. 

The Washington and Lee team continued its 
winning ways on a muddy Wilson Field with a 
10-6 victory over Ursinus on Parents' Week- 
end. The Generals' only touchdown of the day 
came on a 44-yard bomb from Phillip Sam- 
pson to sophomore slotback Carl Gilbert, and 
that was all the scoring the Generals would 
need to get their fourth win in their final home 
game of the season. 

For the final contest of the season, the Gen- 
erals flew to St. Louis to take on Washington 
University. The Generals put together two 
touchdowns from senior running back Tony 
Waskiewicz with a record-breaking field goal 
from sophomore place kicker Carter Quayle to 
score their fourth consecutive victory, 17-13. 

"I am so delighted that we were able to end 
the season on a high note," said W&L head 
coach Gary Fallon. "I'd like to thank the 11 
seniors for their four years of commitment and 
leadership. I think they put some juice back 
into W&L football. " 

Though it took a few games to get the ball 
rolling, the 1988 Generals set the stage for 
what should be a solid 1989 season. Bright 
spots in the 1988 lineup include 9 Old Dom- 



W&L 


12 


Emory & Henry 


41 


W&L 


16 


Centre 


30 


W&L 


10 


Randolph-Macon 


10 


W&L 


20 


Maryville 





W&L 


20 


Hampden-Sydney 


22 


W&L 


21 


Univ. of South 





W&L 


14 


Bridgewater 


10 


W&L 


10 


Ursinus 


6 


W&L 


17 


Washington U. 


13 



218 Football 




inion Athletic Conference players: Carter 
Quayle, Jim Johnson, Tom Skeen (punter and 
linebacker), Julian Phillips, David Surface, 
Craig Irons, Bobby Rimmer, Bob Martin and 
Bland Warren. Jim Johnson, Carter Quayle, 
Craig Irons and Tom Skeen also received All- 
State honors. Johnson, Quayle and Skeen 
were named All-American as well. Mike Mag- 



oline received a NCAA Post-Graduate Schol- 
arship and Academic All-American honors. 

The team will graduate 11 seniors: Tony 
Waskiewicz, Tony Onorato, Tom Skeen, 
Hughes Melton, Mike Magoline, Jim Johnson, 
Mike Holifield, David Surface, Julian Phillips, 
David Hudson and Kieth Boyd. 



Football 219 



Soccer 



Story by Mike Stachura '86 

Sports Information Director 

In spite of inconsistent play and numerous 
injuries, the W&L men's soccer team conclu- 
ded the year with an 8-6-2 record and finished 
third in the ODAC with a conference record of 
2-2. 

The Generals, who struggled offensively 
much of the season, finished the year by play- 
ing some of their best soccer at the end. W&L 
went 3-1-1 in its final games, notching a win 
and a tie over a pair of NCAA Division II 
schools. 





Junior Patrick Brown, who now owns the 
W&L record for career assists with 17, was 
named to the All-ODAC soccer team, as was 
senior co-captain Steven Udicious, who was] 
generally regarded as the ODAC's premier de-'i 
fensive player. 

"We've been inconsistent, but I think overall 
we played a high level of soccer against a very 
strong schedule," head coach Rolf Piranian 
said. "We had a senior class that played very 
well, and I believe each senior played the besti 
soccer of his career this year. " 



220 Soccer 









W&L 
W&L 
W&L 


2 
3 

1 


Deninson 1 (OT) 

Johns Hopkins 2 

Roanoke 2 


W&L 
W&L 



1 


N.C. Wesleyan 3 
Eastern Mennonite 


W&L 





Messiah 2 


W&L 
W&L 


3 
1 


Hampden-Sydney 
Marmount 


W&L 


1 


Averett 3 


W&L 





Guilford 


W&L 
W&L 
W&L 
W&L 



3 
1 
2 


Mary Washington 4 

Washington College 

Randolph-Macon 1 

Mittersville 1 


W&L 
W&L 


1 
1 


Lynchburg 2 
VMI 






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Soccer 221 




W&L 


1 


Denison 


8 


W&L 


7 


Randolph-Mac Worn 





W&L 





Roanoke 


4 


W&L 





Randolph-Macon 


4 


W&L 





Marymount 


7 


W&L 


2 


Guilford 


1 


W&L 


3 


Sweet Briar 





W&L 





N.C. Wesleyan 


6 


W&L 


3 


Hollins 


1 


W&L 


3 


Sweet Briar 


2 


W&L 





Lynchburg 


1 


W&L 


7 


Randolph-Mac Worn 





W&L 





Randolph-Macon 


3 


W&L 


1 


Va. Wesleyan 


2 


W&L 


4 


Hollins 


3 


W&L 


1 


Sweet Briar 


2 



Women's 
Soccer 

Story by Mike Stachura '86 

Sports Information Director 

In only its second year as a varisty sport, 
W&L's women's soccer team posted a 7-9 re- 
cord and finished fourth in the ODAC regular 
season. Head Coach Janine Hathorn, who led 
the Generals to three times as many wins as 
they had in 1987, received ODAC Coach of 
the Year honors. Freshman fullback Nancy 
Mitchell was named to the All-ODAC first 
team, while junior fullback Sarah Allen, junior 
forward Catherine Baillio, and freshmen for- 
ward Ashley Gray were named to the All- 
ODAC second team. 

"It was an awesome season, " Hathorn said. 
"I think we've come a long way this year." 



222 Women's Soccer 




Women's Soccer 223 



Water Polo 

Story by Chris Roberts 

The 1988 Washington and Lee Water Polo 
team finished with a very respectable 15-9 re- 
cord, but were it not for arch-rival Arkansas- 
Little Rock they may have fared even better. 
The Trojans of Arkansas-Little Rock knocked 
off the Generals three times in 1988-each at a 
crucial juncture of the season. W&L dropped 
the championship of the Southern League 
Tournament by a 13-9 tally, then lost in the 
championship of the Southern League Cham- 
pionships by a 13-6 score. Arkansas-Little 
Rock delivered their final blow in the Eastern 
Championships with a 16-12 defeat of the 
Generals. 

However, despite the disappointing 8th 
place finish in the East, W&L polo did have 
many bright spots. Their 15-9 record was the 
11th straight winning record for water polo at 
W&L, and the team as a whole attained the 
highest G.P.A. for a men's team at W&L 
(2.939), placing four men on the Athletic- 
Academic Honor Roll. Also, W&L attained a 
ranking as high as 17th in the nation and 4th in 
the East during the season. 

The season began well for the Generals as 
they swept through their own W&L Fall 
Classic at Cy Twombly Pool. Led by senior co- 
captains David Deitz and David Reavy, W&L 
polo defated Lynchburg, Dayton, and Army 
twice each to open 6-0. From there the nation- 
ally ranked Generals began a four tournament 
road trip with 16-team Southeastern Varisty 
Invitational at Annapolis, MD. There two of the 



best polo teams in the East , No. 10 Brown and 
No. 17 Bucknell squeezed by the Generals. 
W&L was able to defeat NO. 18 Iona however 
to emerge 1-2 for the weekend. 

Providence, R.I. and the Northeast Varisty 
Tournament was the next test for 17th ranked 
W&L. Iona returned the favor of a week earlier 
by besting the Generals 10-5. W&L was able 
to rebound with a strong win over M.I.T. and a 
thrilling double overtime victory over Army 
15-14. 

The team then took a couple of weeks off to 
prepare for a western swing to the Claremont 
Invitational in Claremont, Ca. There the Gen- 
erals posted impressive wins over Claremont- 
Mudd-Scripps (5-4) and Pamona-Pitzer (15- 
8). They were beaten by 10th ranked U.C.- 
San Diego, yet the trip was very beneficial. 
Coach Page Remillard said, "It was a great trip. 
We went out and achieved everything I had 
hoped we would achieve, both in and out of 
the pool. I think the team was very representat- 
ive of W&L, and everything went well." 

A return east saw W&L travel to Wilmin- 
gton, N.C. for the Southern League Tourna- 
ment, a tune-up for the next week's Southern 
League Championships. The 11-4 Generals 
sailed into the championship game with wins 
over Hampden-Sydney and Richmond by a 
combined score of 45-10. Yet Arkansas-Little 
Rock dashed the Generals championship 
hopes and sent a message for next week. 

The team trained hard for the Southern 




League Championships and had the added 
advantage of playing the tournament at home 
(only the second home appearance of the sea- 
son). Again, Hampden-Sydney and 
Richmond made easy wins to set up the 
Arkansas-Little Rock rematch. The Trojans, 
however spoiled the Generals 11th consecut- 
ive appearance in the championship game of 
the tournament, yet strong play allowed sen- 
iors David Reavy, David Deitz, and Moose 
Herring to be named to the 8-man All Confer- 
ence team. 

W&L's second place finish qualified them 
for the Eastern Championships in Providence, 
R.I. Arkansas-Little Rock set the tone with a 
first game set back, and the Generals went on 
to drop contests to Harvard and Army and fin- 
ish the season as the eighth best team in the 
east. Of this finish Remillard said, "It was a big 
letdown and we never talked about finishing 
eighth." 

Washington and Lee Water Polo will sorely 
miss the loss of All-America caliber co-captains 
Reavy and Dietz and a fine corps of seniors. 
Yet, the excellent bench play throughout the 
season is an indication of what the future holds 
for W&L Polo. Coach Remillard concluded, "I 
think our future looks bright and that's what it 
was all about. " 



WPH 



224 Water Polo 




Water Polo 225 




226 Water Polo 



W&L 


13 


Lynchburg 


10 


W&L 


15 


Dayton 


4 


W&L 


8 


Army 


6 


W&L 


17 


Dayton 


9 


W&L 


10 


Army 


8 


W&L 


11 


Lynchburg 


5 


W&L 


8 


Iona 


6 


W&L 


7 


Brown 


9 


W&L 


9 


Bucknell 


12 


W&L 


5 


Iona 


10 


W&L 


19 


M.I.T. 


5 


W&L 


15 


Army 


14 


W&L 


5 


Clare-Mudd-Scripps 


4 


W&L 


3 


U.C.S.D. 


13 jj 


W&L 


15 


Pamona-Pitzer 


8 


W&L 


25 


Hampden-Sydney 


3 


W&L 


20 


Richmond 


7 I 


W&L 


9 


Arkansas-LR 


13 


W&L 


13 


Hampden-Sydney 


5 


W&L 


12 


Richmond 


5 


W&L 


6 


Arkansas-LR 


13 j 


W&L 


12 


Arkansas-LR 


16 


W&L 


5 


Harvard 


12 


W&L 


7 


Army 


12 







Water Polo 227 




Basketball 



Story by Tom Hayes 

The 1988-1989 Basketball season proved 
to be the Generals best showing in seven 
years. After concluding a perfect home game 
year, the Generals clinched the regular season 
ODAC title only to be stopped by arch-rival 
Hampden-Sydney in the final round of ODAC 




Championships. Coach Verne Canfield was 
named ODAC Coach of the Year, and sopho- 
more Chris Jacobs received Player of the Year 
honors. 

Under the leadership of Coach Canfield and 
senior captain Lee Brading, the Generals 
kicked off the season by crushing Gallaudet 
80-54 and N.C. Wesleyan 86-75 in the W&L 
Tip-Off Tournament. After suffering an agon- 
izing defeat to Emory University, the Generals 
bounced back to maul Hampden-Sydney 94- 
74. The Generals were led by sophomores 
Chris Jacobs and Ed Hart, each scoring 20 
points. 

Following a close defeat to Greensboro Col- 
lege, the Generals embarked on a nine game 
winning streak, marching by rivals Roanoke 
and Bridgewater. The hot streak came to a 
crashing halt when the Generals lost to Ham- 
pden-Sydney. Recovering from the loss, the 
Generals began a new seven game winning 
streak which consolidated the regular season 
championship and a bid in the conference 
tournament held in Salem, Virginia. 

Suffering two close defeats to Eastern Men- 
nonite (by two) and to Tufts (by five), the Gen- 
erals weathered another loss to Amherst. Des- 




228 Basketball 




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pite these disappointments, the Generals' 
hopes were high going into the semi-final 
game against Roanoke. Jacobs led the Gene- 
rals with 22 points, and W&L destroyed 
Roanoke College 80-59. The match-up with 
Hampden-Sydney for the final round left the 
Generals short of an ODAC victory. 

Although the Generals failed to win the 
tournament, the 1988-1989 year proved to be 
a banner season. With most of the team re- 
turning next year, the Generals could capture 
the elusive title. Coach Canfield and Jacobs 
will be looked on to defend their respective 
titles and W&L fans have great expectations 
for the 1989-1990 season. 




Basketball 229 




Front Row.Pat Gallauan, Richard Hughes, Andrew Manson, Jim Casey, Mike Horton, Mark Melton, Lee Brading, Courtney Penn 
Back Row: Coach Canfield, Trainer Bernadette Janicki, GregDunford, Craig Hatfield,Franklin Pridgen, Chris Jacobs, Del Clark, John 
Witherington, Ed Hart, Scott Alrutz, Hill Goodspeed, Assistant Coach Steve Barnett, Assistant Coach Scott Spragul 



230 Basketball 




W&L 


80 


Gallaudet 


54 


W&L 


86 


N.C. Wesleyan 


75 


W&L 


79 


Emory 


94 


W&L 


94 


Hampden-Sydney 


74 


W&L 


85 


Greensboro 


91 


W&L 


89 


Lynchburg 


83 


W&L 


90 


Bridgewater 


82 


W&L 


85 


Elmira 


78 


W&L 


79 


Mount St. Mary 


74 


W&L 


102 


Roanoke 


86 


W&L 


81 


Marymount 


75 


W&L 


77 


Eastern Mennonite 


64 


W&L 


74 


Bridgewater 


64 


W&L 


94 


Mary Washington 


85 


W&L 


79 


Hampden-Sydney 


93 


W&L 


62 


Emory & Henry 


57 


W&L 


90 


Lynchburg 


59 


W&L 


88 


Guilford 


79 


W&L 


81 


Emory & Henry 


75 


W&L 


99 


Emory 


95 


W&L 


84 


Averett 


79 


W&L 


78 


Roanoke 


67 


W&L 


65 


Eastern Mennonite 


67 


W&L 


71 


Tufts 


76 


W&L 


67 


Amherst 


84 


W&L 


80 


Roanoke 


59 


W&L 


66 


Hampden-Sydney 


87 



Basketball 231 



Wrestling 

Story by Jay Plotkin 

For the 1988-1989 Washington and Lee 
wrestling team, it was a story of a team that 
never really got going. Injuries were the major 
hinderance for the Generals' grapplers. 

Only five wrestlers were healthy for the 
entire season, freshman Peer Soderberg at 
158 pounds, sophomores Larry Pilkey at 118 
and 126 and Bill Avery at 150and 167, seniors 
Manoli Loupassi at 177 and 190, a co-captain, 
and Rich Redfoot at 177 and 190. With little 
depth at the start of the season, the Generals 
could hardly afford injuries. 

To open the season, the Generals travelled 
north for the Lebanon Valley Invitational in 
Pennslyvania. The team placed tenth, paced 
by the performances of Redfoot at 177, senior 
co-captain Mark Robertson at 167, Pilkey at 
118 and junior Lee Garlove, a 1988 Academic 
All-American, at 142. Redfoot finished third, 
Robertson fourth and Pilkey and Garlove 
seventh in their respective weight classes. 

In dual match competition, the Generals 
started the season with losses to Western 
Maryland, 34-13, and Johns Hopkins, 32-11. 
Redfoot won both of his matches, and W&L 
received strong outings from Pilkey, 
Soderberg, Avery at 150, and Robertson. 

From there, the Generals travelled to 
compete in the Davidson Quadrangular, 
where the Generals broke into the win column 
with a 33-15 conquest of the host school. 
W&L got big wins against Davidson from 
Soderberg, Avery, junior Jonah Glick at 134, 
Redfoot, Loupassi, and Pilkey. The Davidson 
win, however, was followed by some bad 
news. First the Generals lost two matches to 
Georgia Tech and Furman, and then they lost 
Robertson (knee) and Garlove (recurring 
migrane headaches) for the year. Robertson 
finished his career at 20-9-1. 

The 1-5 Generals then hosted the annual 
W&L Invitational, and rode the performances 
of Redfoot, Pilkey, Soderberg, Loupassi, and 
Avery to a fifth-place finish. Redfoot won the 
title at 190 pounds. Pilkey finished second at 
118. Soderberg was impressive as well, 
finishing second at 158. Loupassi turned in 
one of his best outings of the year, coming in 
third at 177. Avery, now at 167 to replace the 
injured Robertson, came in fourth. 

From there, the Generals fell to a tough 
Division I team from Virginia Tech. The lone 
bright spot was Redfoot, who was brillant 
again for the Generals. Redfoot blitzed his 
opponent, claiming an 18-1 technical fall with 
just 4:44 gone in the match. 




W&L then took advantage of a depleted 
Gustavus Adophus aquad, who was wrestling 
with just five grapplers. To earn the maximum 
amount of points possible, W&L had injured 
wrestlers make weight to earn a forfeit. The 
victory was sealed when Pilkey won his match 
at 118 to get things underway. The 50-6 win 
moved the Generals to 2-5 on the season with 
three matches left. 

In the W&L Quadrangular, a depleted W&L 
squad hosted three tough opponents in 
Gallaudet, LaSalle, and Washington and 
Jefferson. Forfeiting three weight classes in 
each match, W&L fought hard but came up 
short in each match, losing 28-2 1 to Gallaudet, 
34-13 to LaSalle, and 40-18 to Washington 
and Jefferson. Soderberg and Redfoot were 
sensational in defeat for W&L, going 3-0 and 
2-0 respectively. Loupassi went 2-1 in his 
matches to aid the Generals' cause. 

The regular season concluded for W&L with 
a 2-8 record, but for Loupassi, Pilkey and 
Redfoot, there was still wrestling to be done. 
The trio ventured to the Virginia State 
Championships held in Newport News. Pilkey 
was runner-up at 126, while Loupassi failed to 
place at 177. Redfoot was the toast of the 
tournament, claiming the title at 190 and the 
Outstanding Wrestler Award for the tourney. 
He won his final match 11-1, defeating a 
two-time Division II All-American. 

From there the trio travelled to the Eastern 
Regional Meet, led by Redfoot, who was 
sporting an 18-1-1 record. Redfoot proved his 
record was no fluke, making it to the finals 
before losing a tight match to Division III 
All-American Mike Fusilli. How close was it? 
The match was even after the overtime period, 
but Fusilli prevailed on the basis of more riding 
time. Loupassi and Pilkey each had some 
success, finishing 2-2 and 1-2 respectively. 

Redfoot's performance earned the senior, 



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who took last season off, a berth in the NCAA 
Divsion III tournament. Redfoot breezed 
through his opening match, defeating Scott 
Vega of Montclair State 14-6. In his 
quarterfinal match, Redfoot was matched up 
against Larry Danko, who had handed 
Redfoot his only loss in the regular season 
back at Lebanon Valley. Redfoot extracted his 
revenge, and defeated the All-American from 
Kings College in overtime. In the semifinals, 
Redfoot stumbled a bit and was defeated by 
Dean Gavin of Watburg, 8-4, dropping him 
into the consolation rounds. In the match for 
third place, Redfoot was still thinking about his 
loss to Gavin and was upended by Kevin 
Schulitz of Ausburg 5-2. Redfoot regrouped in 
the fifth place match, and defeated Rick 
Celdwell of Buena Vista College 4-0. 
Redfoot's performance earned him 
All-America honors, W&L's first ever 
All-American wrestler. Although W&L's only 
wrestler at the tournament, his performance 
earned the Generals 32nd place, their highest 
ever. 



232 Wrestling 





Lebanon Valley Invitational (10th) 


W&L 


13 


Western Maryland 39 


W&L 


11 


Johns Hopkins 32 


W&L 


33 


Davidson 15 


W&L 


14 


Georgia Tech 36 


W&L 


12 


Furman 33 
W&L Invitational (5th) 


W&L 


11 


Virginia Tech 39 


W&L 


50 


Gustavus Adolphus 6 


W&L 


21 


Gallaudet 28 


W&L 


13 


LaSalle 34 


W&L 


18 


Wash.& Jefferson 




Front Row:Debbie Hurtt, Cammie Seymour, Larry Pilkey, Lee Garlove, Richard Weinstein, Paula Owlsley, Coach Franke Back Row: 
Robert Stallard, Mark Robertson, Richard Redfoot, Manoli Loupassi, Thompson Lykes, Peer Soderberg 



Wrestling 233 





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Men's 
Swimming 

Story by Debbie Grove 

The Washington and Lee men's swimming 
team had its most successful season ever, fin- 
ishing eighth in the NCAA Division III cham- 
pionships. The Generals were led by junior 



David Olson, who won the national title in the 
200-yard backstroke. Olson is the second 
swimmer in W&L's 69 year swimming history 
to win an individual national title. 

W&L also got All-American swims from 
senior Jeff Bercaw (Honorable Mention in the 
100 butterfly), junior Shawn Copeland 
(Honorable Mention in the 200 breaststroke), 
and freshman Jay Smith (Honorable Mention 
in the 100 freestyle). The All-America 200 and 
400 Medlay relay teams consisted of Olson, 
Bercaw, Copeland and Smith. The All- 
America 400 freestyle relay team was made up 



of Bercaw, Smith, senior captain Dave Reavy 
and freshman Chip Nordhoff, and the All- 
America 800 relay team was Copeland, 
Reavy, Nordhoff and sophomore Jim "Duck" 
Dunlevy. At the Honorable mention slot was 
Reavy, Bercaw, Smith and Nordhoff for the 
200 freestyle relay team. 

In addition to their excellent performance at 
nationals, the men's team defended their title 
in the Atlantic States Conference champion- 
ships. W&L's closest challenge in the meet was 
UNC-Charlotte, who they defeated by 125.5 
points. 



234 Men's Swimming 



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W&L 


149 


VMI 


78 


W&L 


85 


Shippensburg 


105 


W&L 


126 


UNC-Charlotte 


78 


W&L 


115 


Georgetown 


80 


W&L 


93 


Johns Hopkins 


111 


W&L 


103 


Shepherd 


70 


W&L 


93 


Gettysburg 


87 


W&L 


101 


William & Mary 


136 


W&L 


98 


Mary Washington 


85 


Atlantic States Conf. Champs (1st) 






Men's Swimming 235 




Women's Swimming 



Story by Debbie Grove 

The Washington and Lee women's swim 
team won its second Old Dominion Athletic 
Conference title this year, the second cham- 
pionship in its four years as a varisty sport. The 
Generals also had two women win All- 
American honors. 

Each swimmer turned in a lifetime best time 



at the ODAC championships. The Generals 
dominated the ODACs, finishing 147 points 
ahead of second place Sweet Briar. 

Ten swimmers were named to the All- 
ODAC team: seniors Elizabeth Miles and 
Nancy Whalen, juniors Kris Amoroso and 
Heather Logan, sophomores Sharon Col- 
eman, Carol Dannelly, Rachelle Nock and 
Kristen Wagner, and freshmen Tina Dunford 



and Jodi Herring. 

The team leader was Elizabeth Miles, who 
was named ODAC Most Outstanding 
Swimmer for the second year in a row. Miles 
and Coleman were voted Honorable Mention 
All-Americans in the NCAA Division III cham- 
pionships. 



236 Women's Swimming 



W&L 


140 


Mary Baldwin 


77 




W&L Invitational (1st) 




W&L 


115 


Rand-Macon Worn 


85 


W&L 


178 


Sweet Briar 


83 


W&L 


86 


Shippensburg 


113 


W&L 


88 


UNC-Charlotte 


116 


W&L 


70 


Johns Hopkins 


125 


W&L 


81 


Georgetown 


119 


W&L 


97 


Shepherd 


107 


W&L 


90 


Gettysburg 


99 


W&L 


124 


Hollins 


78 


W&L 


91 


Mary Washington 


91 




Women's Swimming 237 




Volleyball 

Story by Debbie Grove 

This first year sport has made a place for 
itself in Washington and Lee history by claim- 
ing the position as the only first year sport to 
win fifteen games. 

The women's volleyball team, a develop- 
mental sport for the previous two years, had a 
regular season record of 15-9. That record pla- 
ced the women fifth in the Old Dominion 
Athletic Conference. 



The team was led by senior co-captains Mel- 
issa Thrasher and Vanessa Hartman. Along 
with tough play by senior Amy Smith, fresh- 
man Nancy Brown and sophomore setter Lisa 
Jay, the Generals' volleyball team is one of the 
most successful women's sports at W&L. 

Final Record: 16-11 





238 Volleyball 



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Cross 
Country 

Story by Mike Stachura '86 
Sports Information Director 



Both the W&L men's and women's cross 
country teams finished third in the ODAC 
championships for the second year in a row. 

Senior co-captain Bill Clark paced the men 





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to their finish beyind Lynchburg and Eastern Sophomore Paige Carson led the W&L 

Mennonite. Clark finished fourth overall in the women again this year. She finished fifth 

meet. Freshman Charles Edwards was W&L's overall in the ODAC meet and was named to 

next finisher, coming in eighth. Both Clark and the All-Conference team for the second year in 

Edwards were named to the All-ODAC team, a row. 



Cross Country 239 




240 Men's Lacrosse 



Men's 
Lacrosse 



Story by Mike Stachura '86 

Sports Information Director 

If one game, one play, one moment can 
wipe out the frustration of an entire season and 
give hope for the future, the the W & L men's 
lacrosse team concluded its 1989 season with 
such a play. 

W & L, playing one of the toughest scedules 
in the nation (eight Division III opponents who 
were nationally ranked at one time or another 
and Division I national power Virginia), limped 
through its first 12 games, winning three and 
losing to such strongmen as Ohio Wesleyan, 
Hampden-Sydney, Roanoke and Washington 
College. When the 13th and final game rolled 
around, the annual Lee-Jackson Lacrosse 



Classic with Division I next-door neighbor 
VMI, the Generals had more than their share 
of doubters. None, however, were wearing 
Blue and White on the last Saturday in April. 

In a game that was every bit worthy of the 
title of "Classic," the Ganerals turned in a 
stunning performance rallying in overtime to 
defeat the Keydets 10-9. The game marked an 
excellent finish to a trying season. 

The Generals opened the year strong, 
holding Virginia in check before losing 9-3 and 
then beating Wooster 13-3. But four straight 
losses followed, including a heart-breaking 
overtime loss to Randolph-Macon. W & L then 





won two of its next three before the exam 
break, including a 9-8 victory over 
14th-ranked Middlebury. Three rough losses 
to three of Division Ill's best teams — 
Hampden-Sydney, Roanoke, Washington 
College — followed after the spring break. 

Senior co-captian John Ware, who led the 
Generals in scoring for the third year in a row 
and finished as W & L's sixth-ranked all-time 
scorer, got W & L on the board first against 
VMI and went on to score two goals and add 
two assists. But the hero of the game was 
freshman Wiemi Douoguih, who scored four 
goals, including the gamewinner in overtime. 

Ware and junior defenseman Reid 
Campbell were named to the All-ODAC team 
for the third year in a row, and senior Mike 
Jones, along with Ware and Campbell, was 
named to the U.S.I.L.A. All-Region team. 



Men's Lacrosse 241 



W&L 


3 


Virginia 9 


W&L 


13 


Wooster 3 


W&L 


4 


Rand-Macon 5 (2 OT) 


W&L 


6 


Franklin & Marhall 14 


W&L 


4 


St. Lawrence 7 


W&L 


4 


Ohio Weselyan 10 


W&L 


10 


Lynchburg 4 


W&L 


5 


Gettysburg 7 


W&L 


9 


Middlebury 8 


W&L 


3 


Hampden-Sydney 15 


W&L 


3 


Roanoke 11 


W&L 


3 


Washington College 19 


W&L 


10 


VMI 9 (2 OT) 




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Front Row: Chris Kennedy, Jim Jones, Justin Walker, Chris Mastrogiovanni, John Ware, Joe Caccamo, Mike Jones, Stu Geisel Second 
Row: Brian Overbeck, Ed Gallagher, Carlos Millan, Mike Nunan, Dan Walsh, Tom Costello, Reid Campbell Third Row: Todd Garliss, 
Clark Wight, Andy Guida, Bruce Taylor, Mike Moseman, Hugh House, Mike Pardo, Ralph Wolfe Fourth Row: Chip Larkin, Drew 
Anton, Kevin Bauer, Jeff Roberts, Coleman Devlin, Wiemi Douoguih, Matt Zamaloff Fifth Row: Marcus Miller, Jeff O'Brien, Darin 
Lockwood, James Cadranell, Tom Snedeker, Robert Huke, David Farace Back Row: Coach Holmes, Coach Daly, Coach McKeon 



242 Men's Lacrosse 



Women's 
Lacrosse 

Story by Mike Stachura '86 
Sports Information Director 

In just its first season as a varsity sport, the 
Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team 
had won more success than could be hoped 
for. The Generals finished in a five-way tie for 
third place in the Conference regular-season 
standings and then went on to advance to the 
semifinals of the Old Dominion Athletic Con- 
ference Tournament. 

W & L finished with a 7-8 overall record and 
a 3-4 mark in the ODAC. The Generals played 
their best lacrosse in the second half of the sea- 
son, capturing five of their seven wins in the 
final three weeks of the season. W & L was just 
two goals away from a 9-6 season. 

The Generals traveled to Hollins for the first 
round of the ODAC tournament, where they 
faced a squad that had beaten them by a 5-4 



W&L 


7 


Frostburg State 


13 


W&L 


13 


Bridgewater 


12 


W&L 


8 


Roanoke 


16 


W&L 


3 


Mary Wash 


10 


W&L 


18 


Mary Baldwin 


7 


W&L 


15 


Goucher 


8 


W&L 


3 


Washington Coll. 


15 


W&L 


8 


Rand-Mac Worn 


4 


W&L 


4 


Hollins 


5 


W&L 


9 


Sweet Briar 


10 


W&L 


14 


Randolph Macon 


9 


W&L 


16 


Guilford 


19 


W&L 


2 


Lynchburg 


15 


W&L 


7 


Hollins 


5 


W&L 


10 


Roanoke 


14 



count in Lexington two weeks earlier. On the 
road, W&L rallied for a 7-5 victory to reach 
the ODAC semifinals. The Generals lost to 
Roanoke 14-10 in the semifinals. 

"It was an extremely exciting finish to the 
season," said head coach Janine Hathorn. 
"We played hard, and we played with our 
hearts. Even though we lost in the semifinals, 
we had the feeling that we had played very 
well. There is no doubt we have come an ex- 



tremely long way this year. " 

W&L was led statistically by a host of 
youngsters. Freshmen Kim Bishop and Shawn 
Wert combined for 49 goals and 14 assists. 
The Generals also got 33 points from sopho- 
more Brooke Tinley and 25 goals from sopho- 
more Katy Richard. Freshman golie Erica In- 
gersoll finished with a 57.1 save percentage 
and made a staggering 144 saves in her final 
10 games. 




Front Row: Melissa Jones, Betsy O'Connell, Stephanie Smith, Alston Parker, Nelly Greene, Brooke Tinley Second Row: Sue Watson, 
Eleanor Robinson, Ann Gregory, Melinda Conkling, Paige Kilian, Shannon Armstrong, Devon McAllister, Whitney Hopkins, Shawn 
Wert Back Row: Caoch Hathom, Erica Ingersoll, Katy Richard, Kim Bishop, Emily McClintock, Melissa Manko, Julie Venness, Katie 
Seeman, Jennifer Donaldson 



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Women's Lacrosse 243 



Men's Tennis 




Front Row: Bobby Matthews, Jeff Burton, Kelly Vandeuer, Tommy Mazziotti, John Sutterlin. Bill Meadows, John McDonough, Coach 
Franke Back Row: Jack Tinney, Patrick Conner, Robert Haley, John Morris, Billy Tunner, Reid Manley, Ray Welder, Marc Short 



244 Men's Tennis 



Story by Jay Plotkin 

Last year the Washington and Lee men's 
tennis team came back from a 4- deficit to win 
the NCAA Division III tournament by sweep- 
ing all three doubles matches against U-C 
Santa Cruz. 

This year, the Generals' netters found 
themselves in a similar situation, only this time, 
in the first round of the tournament against 
No. 2 Swathmore College. It was the same 
scenerio that the Blue and White had faced 
earlier in the season against Swathmore. Un- 
fortunately for the W & L faithful, the result 
was no different than the match during the sea- 
son. Swathmore defeated W & L 6-3 earlier in 
the year in what was then the Generals' biggest 
match of the year. 

When Swathmore defeated the Generals 
early in the season, W & L was holding on to 
the No. 1 ranking in Division III despite having 
a 2-5 record. To open the season, W & L lost 
to Penn. State, but the score was no indication 
of the closeness of the match. The Generals 
lost five matches that went three sets, with their 
lone win coming from the No. 1 doubles duo of 
junior John Morris and senior Bobby 
Matthews. 

One of the wins came against nationally 
ranked Sewanee, 5-4. In that win, the Gene- 
rals received big wins from No.6 player junior 
Billy Tunner, who pulled out a stunner in a 
third-set tie breaker. The No.3 doubles team, 
senior Robert Haley and sophomore Bill 
Meadows won the decisive match in three sets. 
Haley and Meadows would later move up to 
the No. 2 doubles position. 

Against Swathmore, W & L got wins from 
their top two players, Morris at No.l and 
Matthews at No. 2 in the singles, and the duo of 
Morris and Matthews in the doubles for their 
points. The loss dropped the Generals to 2-6, 
1-1 against Division III foes. 

From there, W & L took off and won four of 
their last six matches going into the Old Dom- 
inion Conference tournament. The Generals 
pommelled Hampden-Sydney and Virginia 
Commonwealth 8-1 and beat Stetson and 
Hagler by a 6-3 count. 

Going into the ODAC tournament, the Gen- 
erals were the four-time defending champion, 
and they made a change in their line-up. At 
third doubles, head coach Gary Franke inser- 
ted the team of sophomore Reid Manley and 
Tunner for the tourney. Throughout the sea- 
son, Tunner had been paired with freshman 
Pat Conner, and the pair had struggled. 

The move proved to be a wise one, as W & 
L swept all nine flights of the tournament for 
the third straight year. Morris, Matthews, 
Haley, No. 4 Meadows, No. 5 Manley and 
Tunner captured the singles crowns, while the 
pairs of Morris and Matthews, the M&M boys, 
Haley and Meadows and Manley and Tunner 



won the doubles titles. 

After the tournament, the Generals, ranked 
No. 4 in the nation, set their sights on locking 
up an NCAA tournament bid against Emory. 
The Generals came away with a 5-4 win, and 
shortly afterward were awarded the fifth seed 
in the tournament. The Blue and White got big 
wins from Morris, the ODAC MVP, Matthews, 
Haley at No.3 and Tunner. Haley and 
Meadows won the deciding point at second 
doubles. 

The Generals closed out the season with a 
loss to Division II power Hampton before trav- 
elling to Kalamazoo, Michigan to try to defend 
their NCAA title. The Generals drew Swath- 
more in the opening round, and as was the 
case in the regular season, Swathmore jumped 
out to a 4-2 lead after the singles play, with W 
& L again getting wins from Morris and 
Matthews. A doubles win from the M&M boys 
closed the match score to 4-3, and while Haley 
and Meadows were splitting sets at No. 2, 
Manley and Tunner had their hands full at 
No.3. Swathmore won that match, and sent 
the Generals into the consolation round with a 
5-3 loss. 

W & L rebounded with a 7-2 win over 
Pomona-Pitzer. The Generals swept the 
singles play to clinch the match. The Blue and 
White locked up fifth place with a win over Cal- 
ifornia-San Diego, 6-3. The Generals took a 4- 
2 lead into the doubles behind the play of 



Morris, Matthews, Haley and Tunner. W & L 
clinched the match when Morris and Matthews 
won their doubles match handily, 6-2, 6-2. 

The team finished the season with a 10-11 
record, 7-2 against Division III foes, but for the 
top four players, the season was not over yet. 
Morris, Matthews and Haley received bids to 
the individual singles tournament, while the 
teams of Morris and Matthews and Haley and 
Meadows played in the doubles. 

Morris, the No. 2 seed, romped his way 
through the 64-man draw to the finals without 
dropping a set. Matthews lost in the quarter- 
finals to defending champ Noel Occomy of 
Brandeis in straight sets, while Haley lost in the 
second round. 

In the singles final, Morris staked his claim to 
W & L tennis fame, stopping top seed Larry 
Fewer of Washington College in three sets, 6- 
4, 2-6, 6-2. It was Morris' 20th straight win. 
Morris became W & L's second national 
champion of the year, joining swimmer David 
Olson, who won the 200-backstroke. 
Matthews also earned Ail-American status. 

In doubles play, Morris and Matthews, see- 
ded fourth, rolled through the field to the 
finals, where they went up against a team that 
had beaten them earlier in the week in the 
team play, Paul Cross and Carl Swanson of 
Pomona-Pitzer. It was never really a match, as 
Morris and Matthews disposed of the Pomona- 
Pitzer duo 6-2, 6-3 to earn the National Cham- 



W&L 


1 


Penn State 


8 


W&L 


3 


James Madison 


6 


W&L 


4 


Davidson 


5 


W&L 


1 


Furman 


7 


W&L 


8 


Averett 


1 


W&L 


3 


William & Mary 


5 


W&L 


9 


Lynchburg 





W&L 


4 


Va. Tech 


5 


W&L 


5 


Sewanee 


4 


W&L 


3 


Swarthmore 


6 


W&L 


8 


Hampden-Sydney 


1 


W&L 


8 


VCU 


1 


W&L 


6 


Stetson 


3 


W&L 


4 


Rollins 


5 


W&L 


6 


Flagler 


3 


W&L 


3 


North Florida 
1st ODAC Championships 


6 


W&L 


5 


Emory 


4 


W&L 


1 


Hampton 


8 


W&L 


3 


Swarthmore 


5 


W&L 


7 


Pomona-Pitzer 


2 


W&L 


6 


UC-San Diego 
NCAA Tournament (5th) 


3 






Men's Tennis 245 



pionship. Haley and Meadows earned Ail- 
American honors, losing in the quarterfinals. 
Morris became only the second player in Div- 
ision 111 history to win the singles and doubles 
titles in the same year. 

From there, Morris and Matthews received 
bids to the NCAA Division I tournament in 
Athens, Ga. Morris lost in the preliminary 
round in three sets, to Southern Cal's Eric 
Amend, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. Amend was a member 



of the United States Olympic tennis team in the 
1988 Olympic Games. Morris finished his 
junior year with a 26-9 record. 

He then took the court with Matthews for 
the doubles play, and the pair lost in the first 
round to Joby Foley and Ray Kurcey of West 
Virginia in two tough sets, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4. The 
loss dropped the pair to 28-6. Matthews fin- 
ished his W & L tennis career a six-time All- 
American. 




246 Men's Tennis 




Front Row: Kathy Leake, Kelly Martone, Brannon Aden, Ashley Harper, Bitsy Hopper, Jean Stroman Back Row: Beckwith Archer, 
Benny Savage, Muriel Foster, Teresa Southard, Colleen Quinn, Katherine Nelligan, Martha Christian, Stacey Baker, Coach McLeod 



Women's Tennis 



Story by Jay Plotkin 

How does a team that finished the year 18-1 
improve? One way is to go 19-0. Another is to 
win something you didn't win last year. 

For the Washington and Lee women's 
tennis team, this was their delimma. They 
didn't finish this year 19-0, but they did cap- 
ture the one thing that eluded them last sea- 
son, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference 
crown. 

Last year, Mary Baldwin edged out the Gen- 
erals by one-half point. This season, W & L 
made sure that MBC wouldn't edge them out 
again. Led by sophomore Jean Stroman, last 
year's ODAC Player-of-the-Year, W & L 
stormed through the tournament, winning it 
for the first time. Coupled with the men's 
tournament win, it was the first time that a 
school had won both men's and women's 
tournaments in the same year. 

After splitting their first two matches with 
Virginia Commonwealth and Virginia Tech, 
the Generals won six of the next seven mat- 
ches by 9-0 scores, including Mary Baldwin. In 
Conference play, Bridgewater was the only 
team that took a point from W & L, losing 7-2. 

W & L played in the Rhodes College tourna- 
ment over spring break, winning two of three 
matches, losing to Sewanee 7-2 and defeating 
Rust 6-1 and Millsaps 9-0. Freshman Muriel 
Foster, the No. 5 player, led the team over the 
week by winning all three of her matches. 

W & L closed out the regular season by def- 



W&L 


5 


VCU 4 


W&L 





Va. Tech 9 


W&L 


9 


Va. Wesleyan 


W&L 


9 


Emory & Henry 


W&L 


9 


Randolph-Macon 


W&L 


8 


Hollins 


W&L 


9 


Mary Baldwin 


W&L 


1 


Hope 7 


W&L 


7 


Bridgewater 2 


W&L 


9 


Roanoke 


W&L 


2 


Sewanee 7 


W&L 


6 


Rust 1 


W&L 


9 


Millsaps 


W&L 


5 


Rhodes 4 


W&L 


7 


Millsaps 2 
lst-ODAC Championships 



eating Rhodes, one of the top teams in the 
south, in a tough 5-4 match, and beating 
Millsaps again, this time 7-2. 

Going into the ODAC tournament, W&L 
was 12-3, being led by junior Teresa 
Southard, who was 11-4 at No. 3, freshman 
Colleen Quinn, 12-3 at No.4, Foster 12-3, and 
senior Benny Savage, 13-1 at No. 6. In 
doubles play, Stroman and Quinn were 8-5 at 
No.l, while Kelly Martone, the No. 2 player, 
teamed with sophomore Kathy Leake to post a 
9-6 mark, and Foster, along with senior 
Martha Christian at No. 3, were 10-3. 

W&L earned the ODAC championship by 
capturing five of the six singles flights. Stroman 
defnded her title at No.l, and earned the 



ODAC Player-of-the-Year honor. Martone, a 
sophomore, won at No.2, and Quinn, Foster, 
and Savage each captured their respective 
titles. Savage pulled out her title with a three- 
set win in the finals. In the doubles, Quinn and 
Stroman won at No.l, while Leake and Mar- 
tone won at No.2. 

Stroman went on to play in the Division III 
national tournament, falling in the first round. 
She finished the year 17-8 after being 8-7 at 
one point. 

Next year, the Generals lose only Savage 
and Christian from the starters while returning 
Stroman, Martone, Quinn and Foster, and 
should be in good shape to claim their second 
ever ODAC title. 

Women's Tennis 247 



Baseball 

Story by Mike Stachura '86 
Sports Information Director 



The W&L baseball team turned in a record- 
breaking season in 1989 by finishing with an 
11-9 overall record, the first winning season at 
W&L since 1972. 

The Generals ended nearly 20 years of frus- 
tration in fine style by finishing third in the 
ODAC regular season and reaching the semi- 
finals of the ODAC Tournament. W&L won 
seven of its last 10 games before losing to 
eventual ODAC champion Hampden-Sydney 
in the semifinals. 

The Generals turned in one of their best 
seasons with the bat, hitting .310 as a team and 
posting a .429 team on-base percentage. 

W&L was led by its seven-man class of sen- 
iors: pitchers Chris Cunningham, David Hol- 
land and Mike Temple, catcher Eddie Klank, 
first baseman Max Petzold, shortstop Harry 
Halpert, third baseman Tony Waskiewicz and 
centerfielder Tom Skeen. Temple was 2-5 
with a 4.56 ERA and 26 strikeouts, while 
Cunningham recorded a save in W&L's 
ODAC quarterfinal win over Eastern Men- 
nonite and Holland had the third best ERA on 
the team at 3.68. 

Klank was again among the leaders in hitting 
(.351 average, 4 HR's, .532 slugging percent- 
age). Halpert and Skeen also were strong at 
the plate, each turning in a .346 batting aver- 
age. Waskiewicz was close behind with a .329 
average in his final season. 




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West Va. Tech 


6 


W&L 


8 


West Va. Tech 


2 


W&L 


7 


West Va. Tech 


2 


W&L 


1 


Bridgewater 


15 


W&L 


9 


Eastern Mennonite 


4 


W&L 





Randolph-Macon 


2 


W&L 


2 


Bridgewater 


14 


W&L 


5 


Lynchburg 


7 


W&L 


1 


Shenandoah 


2 


W&L 


4 


Shenandoah 


5 


W&L 


3 


Emory & Henry 





W&L 


20 


Emory & Henry 


11 


W&L 


5 


Lynchburg 


3 


W&L 


6 


Hampden-Sydney 


4 


W&L 


8 


Eastern Mennonite 


6 


W&L 


4 


Hampden-Sydney 


7 


W&L 


22 


St. Mary's 


1 


W&L 


5 


Randolph-Macon 


14 


W&L 


18 


Eastern Mennonite 


8 


W&L 


1 


Hampden-Sydney 


7 



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Second Row: J.T. Swartz, Eddie Klank, Bobby Rimmer, David Smith, Sean Connelly, John Durant, Steve Momorella Third Row: 
Coach Mack, Michael Brandt, Tyler Suiters, Scott Williamson, Tim Wheeler, Chris Kavanagh, Dave McCrystal Fourth Row: John 
Kannapell, Toby McCoy, Tim Gallagher, Slugger Daley, Pete Klingelhofer, B.W. Maedgen Back Row: Coach Stickley, R.D. Sale, 
Brian Harper, C.P. Simon, Home Run Gay, Jason Hendricks, M.W. Malloy, Tucker Walsh 



Baseball 249 



Track 
and Field 



Story by Mike Stachura '86 

Sports Information Director 

Fighting injuries and bad breaks throughout 
the season, the Washington and Lee men's 
track team had to settle for a second-place fin- 
ish at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference 
Outdoor Track Championships. It was the first 
time W&L had not finished first in an ODAC 
track championship since 1986- a string of two 
indoor championships and two outdoor cham- 
pionships. 

W&L, which won its sixth straight ODAC in- 
door title in February, went into the ODAC 
outdoor championships plagued by injuries to 
many of its top performers. Despite the odds, 
W&L nearly pulled off the miracle, finishing 
just four points out of first place. 



W&L 


113 


Bridgewater 


104 


W&L 


113 


John Carroll 


27 


W&L 


113 


Eastern Mennonite 


18 


W&L 


113 


Roanoke 


3 


W&L 


98 


Apprentice School 


64 


W&L 


98 


Eastern Mennonite 


19 



Leading W&L were senior Jim Ambrosini, 
who was out for most of the season but won 
the discus, senior tri-captain Scott Williams, 
who won the 400 meters despite a hamstring 
injury, and the makeshift 400 relay team of 
Williams, sophomore Carl Gilbert, sophomore 
Erik Atkins and senior Tie Sosnowski. 

"It was an outstanding performance," said 
W&L head coach Norris Aldridge, who earlier 



in the year recorded his 100th career track and 
field coaching victory at W&L. "We had a lot 
of adversity to overcome, and we almost were 
able to do it. It was just one of those years. " 
The W&L women's track and field team 
also had a fine season and the Generals won 
their first meet ever when they defeated 
Eastern Mennonite. The team was led by cap- 
tains Beth Stutzmann and Sarah Bolte. 



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W&L 


324 


Roanoke 


334 


W&L 


324 


Bridgewater 


320 


W&L 


324 


Lynchburg 


314 


W&L 


324 


Randolph-Macon 


310 


W&L 


301 


Shenandoah 


343 


W&L 


308 


Roanoke 


310 


W&L 


308 


Lynchburg 


316 


W&L 


308 


Hampden-Sydney 


317 


W&L 


308 


Randolph-Macon 


320 


W&L 


308 


Bridgewater 


324 


W&L 


315 


Lynchburg 


322 


W&l 


315 


Randolph-Macon 


324 


W&L 


315 


Hampden-Sydney 


333 


W&L 


315 


Roanoke 


335 


W&L 


315 


Bridgewater 


349 


W&L 


301 


Shenandoah 


327 



Story by Mike Stachura '86 
Sports Information Director 

Despite playing the majority of the year 
without the use of its home course, the Wash- 
ington and Lee golf team turned in another ex- 
cellent season. 

W&L finished with a 13-3 overall record, 
the 18th consecutive winning season for the 
Generals golf program. It was W&L's best re- 
cord since 1980. The Generals would have 
traded that record however for an ODAC 
Championship, but some blazing scores from 
their opponents on the Generals' home course 
left W&L in fourth place at the ODAC Cham- 



pionships. 

Freshman Jay McKnight gave W&L head 
coach Buck Leslie a look at a promising future 
by putting together a 73 and a 75 to finish in 
second place in the ODAC individual stand- 
ings. Senior captain Pete Coleman was rewar- 
ded for another fine season by being named to 
the All-ODAC team. It marked the nineth year 
in a row W&L has had a golfer on the All- 



Conference team. 

"We're a little diappointed, but that's a tem- 
porary thing, " said Leslie, whose winning per- 
centage at W&L now stands at .848. "The 
scores we had at ODAC's were some of the 
best we've had in a long time. I was very happy 
to see Pete make the All-ODAC team. He's 
given us superb leadership this year. " 




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fer Back Row: Clay Thomas, John Pace, Tom Wingfield, David Carroll, Jeffrey Livingston, Mark Phippard, John Thomas, Robert 
Rambo, Coach Leslie 



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Alpha Rho Chapter 

Established 1856 

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Jeff O'Brien, Scott Prigge, Bob Chandler, Jimmie Cooper, Peter Klingerhoffer, Jeff Moore, Carter 
Russell, Palmer Skoglund, John Kannapell, Kelly Vanderver, THIRD ROW: Brian Kopet, Mo Persinger, 
Rich Weinstein, Eric Harlan, William Meadows, Beaubie Gillespie, Mike Stanchina, Ti House, Tom 
Moore, Juan Pardo, Steve Zahn, Nick Hanzlick, Tom Flournoy, Tad Kelley, Travis Blain, Bob Spratt, 
Louis Kaye, Gordon DeKuyper, Jeff Schwartz, Frank Kannapell, Doug Bracken 



Fraternities 255 



Chi Psi 

Alpha Omicron Delta Chapter 

Established 1977 

5 Lee Avenue 




President - Pete Coleman 

Vice-president - Chris Moore 

Secretary - Chris Cerone 

Treasurer - Dave Betzold 




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Parks, Chris Pryor, Joe Milcoff, David Betzold, Derek Oja, Paul Gilbert, John Reisenweber, Graham 
Powell, Tex Hirschman, Gunner, Brian Dougherty, Mark Latruglio, Pete Coleman, Toby Allen, Jonah 
Glick, Rick Sarces, George Karavias, John Thomas, John McManus, Ed Wilson, Charlie Haake, Christian 
Brose, Pat Riley, John Harris, Nostra Damus, Derk Hagedorn 



Fraternities 257 



Delta Tau Delta 

Phi Chapter 

Established 1896 

106 Lee Avenue 




President — Ian Thompson 

Vice-president — Dean Barry 

Secretary — Reiss Wilks 

Treasurer — Todd Bishop 



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man, Lee Corbin, Jay Fertile, SECOND ROW: Jamie Campbell, Bill Webb and Addison, David Gordon, 
Reiss Wilks, Richard Martz, Clark Peterson, John Nesslage, Fred LaManna, John Murdoch, Joe Emer- 
son, Jace Goins, C.T. Rowe, Dean Barry, Robert Whayne, FOURTH ROW: Paul Galanides, Steve 
Kory, Ian Thompson, Todd Bishop, TOP: Dale Haines 



Fraternities 259 



Kappa Alpha 

Alpha Chapter 

Established 1865 

301 East Nelson Street 






President — Shawn Gulley 

Vice-president — Bill Crabill 

Secretaries — Eddie Martin and Dudley Lee 

Treasurer — Scott McArron 



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Carter Quayle, THIRD ROW: Bob Fuller, T.J. Daly, Clay Thomas, Chris Swann, Mike Whorton, Craig 
Irons, Dax Cummings, Brian Berryman, Woodford Webb, Ian Bottomly, Chris Smythe, Eddie Martin, 
Ted Smith, Hugh McCormick, Jim Henry, Dudley Lee, Frank Kellner, Bobby Rimmer, Mark Sykes, Mike 
Drusano, Bill Crabill, FOURTH ROW: Mike Pack, David Johnston, Miko Lorenzatos, Rick Finke, Chris 
Ferguson, Jay Fant, Stephen French, Dan Harris, John McWhirter, Fred Turpin, John McCallum, BACK 
ROW: John Harvey, Johnston Cox, Simon Smith, Allen Crawford, Trevor Home, Frank Sands, Allen 
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Fraternities 261 



Kappa Sigma 

Mu Chapter 

Established 1873 

203 East Washington Street 




President — Bill Burchfield 

Vice-president — Brian Tanis 

Secretary — Carter Montague 

Treasurer — John Roach 





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Charles Kranich, SECOND ROW: Tom Dierdorff, Ted Evans, Pat Skipper, Bryant Spann, Brian Tannis, 
Scott Goodman, Scott Kramer, Mike DiMelfi, THIRD ROW: Terry O'Brien, Paul Eyerly, Carter Mon- 
tague, Scott Yates, Charles Monstead, Scott Bell, Jay Gabbard, Phil Isley, Harley Walsh, BACK ROW: 
Tom Herndon, Vince Allen, Jim Bledsoe, John Sutterlin, David Burns, Andrew Finkbeiner, Brad Martin, 
John Roach, Goodloe Lewis, Joe Rowe, Pete Tramell, J. P. Hamm, Cody Morrison, Bill Birchfield, David 
McDowell 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 

Gamma Phi Zeta Chapter 

Established 1922 

225 East Nelson Street 




President — Derk van Assendelft 

Vice-president — Todd Pearce 

Secretary — Harry Penner III 

Treasurer — William Hoehn HI and Thor Morrison 



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Harry Penner, Clint Wheelock, Paul Matuch, R.J. Thomas, Steve Mattingly, Thor Morrison, Todd 
Pearce, B.J. Gamboa, Shane Kimzey, Stud Hamilton, Steven Davis, John Fostuh, Evan Kline, Andy 
Nixon, Jeff Schultz, Bill Hoehn, Kevin Struthers, Professor Handelman, Orville Redenbacher, Jamie 
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Phi Delta Theta 

Virginia Zeta Chapter 

Established 1887 

5 Henry Street 



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Secretary — Bill Leitner 
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Lindsey, Jamie Bruce, Brandt Martin, Bo Russell, SECOND ROW: John Ford, Bert Amason, Jeff 
Nuckols, Patrick Connor, Brian Huber, Blair Allen, Spencer Patton, Chris Haley, THIRD ROW: Warren 
Holland, Geoff Nagel, Blake Comer, Harry Murphy, Foster Bowman, Chris Berdy, John Dukes, Julian 
Phillips, Dodd Crutcher, Rob Thompson, Robert Haley, Reid Manley, Mike Temple, Ed Christian, 
Richard Payne, Alan Richardson, Brent Bean, Ted Eades, Ab Wilkinson, BACK ROW: Bill Leitner, 
Richard Brock, Allen Ladd, Greg Hartman, Ed McGee, Wright Ledbetter, David Surface, Tommy Tom- 
asson, Alan McConnell, Banks Ladd, Rob Guyton, Alan Greeter, Warren Butler, Luckett Robinson, Jim 
Barker, John Green Robinson, Mason Pope 



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Phi Gamma Delta 

Zeta Deuteron 
Established 1868 
108 Henry Street 



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Henderson, Tyler Suiters, Jason Russo, Jamie Gaucher, Chris Smith, Brad Miller, John Forsyth BACK 
ROW: Robert Huke, Tom Spurgeon, Dan Bevill, Bill Yorio, Brian Harper, David Freed, Mitch Schmale, 
Craig Hatfield, Ron Kgtz, Chris Mastrogiovani 



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Phi Kappa Psi 

Virginia Beta Chapter 

Established 1855 

301 East Washington Street 




Presidents — Richard Redfoot and Justin Walker 

Vice-presidents — Reid Campbell and Jay Reynolds 

Secretary — Mike Skarda 

Treasurer — Dave Callahan 



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Gallagher, Chris Simon, Bobby Wolfe, George Sakin, Alex Claypool, Joe Kavanagh, Rowan Taylor, 
Dave Hudson, Chris Pierpan, Eddie Yu, Mike Holifield, Tucker Walsh, Michael Skarda, Don Steir, David 
Rudulovic, Frank Sudell, Darrin Lockwood, Ed Gallespie, Chet Lewis, Doug Lefevre, THIRD ROW: 
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Chris Miyamoto, Chip Nordhoff, Marcus Miller, Hill Goodsped, Matt Smith, BACK ROW: Pat Gallivan, 
Rob Christenson, Tom Evans, Mike Moseman, Dave Callahan, Will Ottiger, Ward Eisinger, Richard 
Grace, Stephen George, Justin Walker, Jay Reynolds, Blake Esteis, Tom Lovell, Brad Harrison, Jeff 
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Phi Kappa Sigma 

Alpha Alpha Chapter 

Established 1894 

11 North Jefferson Street 




President — Tony Mitchell 
Vice-president — Jeff Burton 

Secretary — Robby Burch 
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Patrick Brown, Tee Teague, Chris Weed, Jim Starkey, Fred Shannon, Matthew Tully, Brooks Pettus, Jim 
Jones, Michael Applaebaum, Jonathan Symonds, Andrew Baur, Harry Halpert, David Lawerence, 
THIRD ROW: Mark Short, Jeff Zieger, Justin Thomas, Chip Larkin, Claude Williams, Bruce Taylor, Matt 
Malloy, Mark Monaghan, Ray Welder, Burke Howell, Doug Johnson, David Bohigian, Lynwood Mal- 
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Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pi Chapter 

Established 1892 

106 North Mainstreet 




President — Ned Spencer 

Vice-president — William Cantey 

Secretary — Lee Garlove 

Treasurer — Tom Bottoms 





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Fox, David Valentine, Steve Ross, Matt Taylor, Phillip Worth, Bill Murray, Paul Winkler, Will Davis, Eric 
Mutz, Jim Pike, Tim Vanderver, Kevin Carl, Marshall Murphy, John Simonton, SECOND ROW: Chris 
Baradel, Brent Hudspeth, John Buchanan, John Miller, Tom Sheppard, Spanky Hakason, David Blank, 
Gary Giles, Christian Bevington, Charlie Hartley, Tim Haming, Chris Daly, Doug Denby, John Thorson, 
Jeff Woodland, Boxcar, THIRD ROW: Erik Rock, Darin Dewberry, Jeff Cummings, Billy Tunner, Chris 
Cunningham, Bill Lasseigne, Chris Beeley, Jim Busenlener, Eric Kieckhefer, Tom Hayes, Travis Wilhite, 
Stuart Pratt, David Olsen, Judd Blazer, Craig Davis, Ted Fox, Rob Mould, Ken Russel, Mr. Mitchell, 
BALCONY: Lee Garlove, Tom Bottoms, Ned Spencer, William Cantey 



Fraternities 275 



Pi Kappa Phi 

Rho Chapter 

Established 1920 

201 East Washington Street 




President — Ron Brown 
Vice-presidents — Christopher Kennedy 
Peter Wanek 
Secretary — Michael Meers 
Treasurer — Greg Ossi 




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Melton, Mike Lee, Phil Samponaro, Tom Cockrell, Chris Owen, Mason, Pettit, Victor Levy, Evan Balmer, 
Kevin Lydon, Jeff Livingston BACK ROW: Gar Sydnor, Marc Gordon, Matt French, Joel Hartman, 
Steve La Mueller, Skip Sugarman, Scott Kinlady, Hunt Niedrinhaus, Greg Ossi, John Hellberg, Pat 
Gochar, Mike Graf, Paul Lagarde, Hank Ferris, Pat Heffernan, Ron Brown, Peter Wanek, Chris Ken- 
nedy, Dietrich Wiegman, Buckster Strauch, Greg Golden, Scott Laffin, Jamie Urso, Hunter McFadden, 
Chris Wood 



Fraternities 277 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Virginia Sigma Chapter 

Established 1867 

205 East Washington Street 




President — Jeff Kelsey 

Vice-president — Russel Wilkerson 

Secretary — Chris Pennewill 

Treasurer — Don Schaeffer 





ON STAIRS LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Sheenhan, Charles Frankum, Joe Canterbury, Eddie Clank, 
Paul Boyle, Allen Litvak, Rob Newton, Grant Willard, Chris Pennywell, Chris Giblin, Jack Huffard, John 
Stump, David Fenstermacher, Stuart Hammond, Chris Sullivan, Harlan Winn, David Eakin, Preston 
Brown, Andrew Gaffney, Bill Sundburg, Les Lewis, Winthrop Allen, David Carroll, Gene Pride, Scott 
Harkins, Bill Dupont, Will Jones, Chris Jackson, Jason Robertson, Tom Grow, Tommy Mazziotti, BACK 
ROW: John Quinn, Stephen White, Harrison Coleman, Tommy Douglas, Taylor Houck, Jack Pringle, 
Roger Fakes, David Smith, Brett Mason, Kip Schaumloffel, Lee Norton, Will Arvin, Mike Carroll, Jim 
Harbor, Danny Schaeffer, Christian Blessey, Scott Williams, Tom Harwell, Michael Higgonbotham, Matt 
Sackett, Chris Brand, Hunter White, Clint Robinson, Karl Hanson, Johnny Sarber, Westin Newton, Jeff 
Kelsey, Peter Sackett, Ernest Joyner, Chris Jacobs, Lane Lastinger 



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Sigma Chi 

Zeta Chapter 

Established 1866 

2 Lee Avenue 




President — Bob Tompkins 

Vice-president — David Emerich 

Secretary — Jason Hodges 

Treasurer — Jeff Russell 



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son, Scott Bronstein, SECOND ROW: John Monroe, Craig Lanee, Chisolm Coleman, Bob Cavese, 
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son, Josh Wingerd, Ted Neff, John Laney, Karsten Amlie, Tim Holloran, David Emerich, Brian Root, Jeff 
Russel, BACK ROW: Stu Sheldon, Helgi Hukari, Steven Rogers, Tom Koch, Jason Hodges, Chris 
Willard, Sulley Renuart, Robert Sale, Bob Tompkins 



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Sigma Nu 

Lambda Chapter 

Established 1882 

4 Henry Street 




President — Craig Love 
Vice-president — Scott Silverman 

Secretary — John Lawson 
Treasurer — David Bloodsworth 




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FRONT ROW: Scott Mayer, Jay Plotkin, Travis Corder. Mike Gray, Jim Corey, Bud Meadows, Chris 
Leiphart, Jim Lake, Scott Silverman, Matt Felber, SECOND ROW: Hank Mayer, Tom Mayer, Frank 
Morre, Bobby Stallard, Doug Powell, THIRD ROW: Charlie Gay, Mark Bryant, Chris Lunny, Ted 
Schieke, Hunter Catlett, John Lawson, Ross Patterson, John Thorson, Craig Love, Brett LaPrarie, Rich 
Feuring, Mike Arrstol, Drake McGrew, BACK ROW: Sam Page, Matt Pross, Larry Pilkey 



Fraternities 283 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Virginia Sigma Chapter 

Established 1906 

110 Preston Street 




President — Charles Driscoll 

Vice-president — Jason Parker 

Secretary — Yeatts Jones 

Treasurer — Lee Butterfield 




284 Fraternities 




FRONT ROW: Nick Woodfield, Mike Wade, Steve Long, Dave Cassada, Dan Chamberlain, Pete Free- 
man, Jigger, SECOND ROW: Mike Patrick, Brent Cook, Mike Sebasta, Chris Smith, Chris Crane, 
THIRD ROW: Paul Miles, George Benson, John Flippen, Stuart Flippen, Chris Padden, Dave Robyak! 
BACK ROW: Moondog, Macon Miles, Charles Jones, Rusty Fairfield, Pete Castiglione, Tommy Hagigh 
Peer Soderberg, Sean F. Driscoll, BALCONY: Pat Padden, Jason Parker, Chris O'Brien. Charles 
Driscoll, Lee Butterfield, Yeatts Jones 



Fraternities 285 



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Tully, Andrew Baur, Luckett Robinson, Richard Brock, Chad Meyer, Kennon Walthall, Gordon De- 
kuyper, Steve Martin, Caldwell Hart, Michael Higginbothum, Blake Comer, Clint Robinson, Allen Ladd, 
Bob Spratt, Lane Lastinger, Peter Sackett, Frank Harmon, Fred Shannon, Mark Monaghan, Hudson 
Walker, Beaubie Gillespie, Tommy Moore 



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Sigma Society 




Front row: Ian Bottomly, David Surface, Ted Cover, Jim Barker, Murphy McMillan, Sheldon Clark, 
Andy Howell, Joe Caccamo, Bland Warren, Warren Holland Back row: Hudson Walker, Harlin Winn, 
Scott Levitt, Chris Brand, Rogers Herdon, Taylor Williams, Blake Comer, Lee Norton, Richard Brock, 
Ross Singletary 



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288 Sororities 



Chi Omega 

Xi Lambda Chapter 
Established 1989 




President — Keri Hinrichs 

Vice-president — Stephanie Guittard 

Secretary — Debbie Grove 

Treasurer — Amy Aussiker 




FRONT ROW: Keri Hinrichs, Elizabeth Knapp, Gena Hauser, Jill Westphal, Paige Powell, Beth Talkington, Heather Daesner, Alex Glynn, Jennifer 
Donaldson, Caroline Walker. Whitney Hopkins, Jennifer Noble, Kim Wolf. Valerie Fayle, Krista Vollack, Laura Lee Kinney, Kristen Ramberg, Elizabeth 
Valloton, Brannon Aden, Mary Frances Turner, Lisa Moody, Joy Stoddard, Virginia Barrett, Anne Dysart SECOND ROW: Ashley Hoops, Julie Vennes, 
Chambers Henry, Ashley Parsons, Paula Ausley, Tara Parkinson, Lauren Batte, Carol Couch, Melissa Thrasher, Leanne Jones, Amy Aussiker, Kelly 
Putney, Monica Burke, Eleanor Robinson, Sharon Coleman, Ann Barton, Heather Kearns, Elaine Harris, Susan Davis, Kristin Harring, Blair Simmons, 
Laura Eggers, Laura Hoops, Ronda Gunter, Courtney Adams, Lauren Rowland, Beth Freund BACK ROW: Dale Wyatt, Kara Cunningham, Keri 
Wessel, Cheryl Barrett, Katie Cumming, Molly Lynch, Amy Packard, Kim Moseley, Laura Dodge, Stephanie Guittard, Zan Streib, Stacey Baker, Debbie 
Grove, Jenny Bray, Cullins Carriker 



Sororities 289 



Kappa Alpha Theta 

Zeta Iota Chapter 
Established 1989 




President — Bitsy Hopper 

Vice-presidents — Anna Hampton and Barbara Byington 

Secretary — Elizabeth Cummins 




FRONT ROW: Katherine Walther, Laurel Ann Heiskell, Morgan Warner, Chat Stroh, Amy Kitchen. Courtney Payne. Beth Stutzman, Nancy Smith, 
Katherine Graci, Cary Baber, Liz Baker, Janice Ferman, Vickie Allen, Clare Kaye, SECOND ROW: Tara Makoski, Heather Logan, Ricci Webb, Pam 
Kelley, Louise Adamson, Anne Walsh, Melissa Anemojanis, Elizabeth Cummins, Jenny Nasser, Alison Bell, Kimberly Booth, Anna Hampton, Betsy 
O'Connell. Stephanie Smith, THIRD ROW: Rashmi Sachan, Steffie Fitzgerald, Tracey Thornblade, Kathleen Kelly, Stephanie DeMoura, Patsy Sciutto, 
Caroline Carter, Jane Allen, Sharon Widmayer, Genienne Mongo, Sarah Conrad, Christina Robinson, Melissa Jones, Lucy Anderson, Anne Armentrout, 
FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Sneed, Carol Dannelly, Ashley Harper, Elizabeth Miles, Melissa Manko, Alice Harrell, Catherine Harris, Chamie Schildt, 
Eleanor Nelson, Caroline Boone, Martha Christian, Mary Stanton, Cara Mullin, BACK ROW: Melissa Roberts, Becky Brandt, Rachelle Nock, Robin Dru, 
Sherri Miller, Paula Gregg, Laurel Empie, Anne Lamkin, Denise Brainard, Patti Carr, Helen O'Shea, Anne Culley, Sonja Tilberg, Barbara Byington, 
Woody Heath, Bitsy Hopper, Lynda Fairman 



290 Sororities 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Zeta Tau Chapter 
Established 1989 




President — Heather Brock 

Vice-presidents — Linsly Hunt and Hannah Birney 

Secretary — Sumner Timberlake 




FRONT ROW: Maggie Allison. Heather Mangrum. Christie Davis, Danatha Hoffman, Leeann Flood, Dana Styles, Sarah Allen, Meredith Attwell, 
Hannah Birney, Stacey Sim, Blaire Postman, Karen Halsell. Courtney Warren, Devon McAllister, Nancy Mithchell, Amy Coates, SECOND ROW: Nicole 
Oden, Monte Schroeder, Jessica Reynolds. Julie Kirk, Carrie Davis. Alice Cappel, Caly Smith, Laura Pilachowski, Caroline Wight, Carrie Cox, Lanie 
Merryweather, Emily McClintock, Courtney Hall, Laurie Lyman. Jean Stroman, THIRD ROW: Kelly Shifflett, Elizabeth Libby, Susan Watkins, Holly 
Buffington, Kimberly Allison, Leigh Luter, Karen Arch, Ashley Hurt, Val Rockwell, Ellen Lewis, Kim Bishop. Garnett Wilbourn. Lisa McHenry, Carolyn 
Smith, Amy Miles, Gabrey Croft, Muriel Foster, FOURTH ROW: Laurie Favret, Leigh Anne Netterville, McLaurin Hill, Amy Balfour, Heather Brock. 
Carrie Jennings, Dallas Hagewood, Cynthia Walton. Nancy Baughan. Christie Champlain, Hilary Beggs. Valerie Pearson, Amanda Hughen, Elizabeth 
Fox, Catharine Caldwell, Schuyler Rideout, Sumner Timberlake, Ann Stewart, BACK ROW: Julie Sheppard, Alston Parker, Patience Jones, Erin Cosby. 
Wendy Wilson. Katie Hardwick, Kelley Hughes, Rachel Jackson, Marty Smith, Katie Richards, Stacy Morrison, Ann Geary, Preuit Hirsch, Janelle Zarecor, 
Linsly Hunt, Kate Hanley, Katy Roggenburk, Elise Bryant, Mena McGowin 



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AARSTOL, MICHAEL P. -3784 Mount 
Baker Highway, Everson, WA 98247 



ALFORD, |. TUCKER -818 Briarwood Dr., 
Macomb, IL, 6)455 - Economics - Dean's List 
(2), Honor Roll (3,4), Bate Scholar in Econ- 
omics (4)-Golf (2,3), College Republicans 
(2,3,4) 



ANDERSON, MARY LUCILLE -3245 Hun- 
tingdon, Houston, Texas 77091 - Studio Arty 
French - Honor Roll, Dean's List (1-4), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), Phi Eta Sigma (1 ) - Student Activities 
Board-Publicity Director (3), Assistant Fancy 
Dress Director (3), Member-at-large (2,4), 
Women's Chorus President (3,4), University 
Chorus (1,2,4), lubilee (3,4), Student Recruit- 
ment (2-4), Women's Soccer (1-3), Calyx Staff 
(2), Mock Democratic Convention Float Chair- 
man (3), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (1-3), 
Intervarsity Club (2-4) 



ANEMOIANIS, MELISSA I. -3217 Foxvale 
Dr., Oakton, VA 22124-Business Administra- 
tion - R.E. Lee Research Grant in Physics (4) - 
Financial Management Association (3,4), In- 
vestment Club Chairman (4), University 
Chorus (2,3,4), University Instrument En- 
semble (2,3), Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity (4) 



ANSTINE,DANASUZANNA-211N.24th 
St., Camp Hill, PA 1 701 1 - Biology/Philosophy 
- Phi Eta Sigma (1), Alpha Epsilon Delta (2), 
George Addison Baxter Scholarship (2), The 
Paul A. Brower, M.D. Scholarship (3), Phi Beta 
Kappa (3), University Scholar (1-4), Robert E. 
Lee Research Scholar (1,2), Fulbright Scholar- 
ship (4), The Kenneth P. Stevens Award, 
Dean's List and Honor Roll (1-4), Honors The- 
sis in Biology, Honors Thesis in Philosophy - 
Big Sister Program (1), Superdance (1,2), Peer 
Counselor (3,4), Women's Tennis Team (1 ,2)- 
Captain (2), Outing Club (4), Mock Demo- 
cratic Convention (3), Mock Constitutional 
Convention (2), Volunteer at the Extended 
Care Facility, Stonewall lackson Hospital 
(3,4), Intramural Aerobics (1-4), Trident (1,2) 



ARCHER, WILLIAM IOSEPH II -Rt. 3, Box 
72, Lexington, VA 24450 - Political Science 



ARMSTRONG, SHANNON KALITA 
-2403 Pemberton Place, Austin, Texas 78703 - 
Romance Languages - Dean's List (2-4), Honor 
Roll (4), Scholarship Athlete-Women's Lac- 
rosse (4) - Women's Lacrosse-Developmental 
(3), Varsity (4), W&L Triathlon (2,3), Kappa 
Kappa Gamma (4) 



ARVIN, WILLIAM M JR. -108 West Maple 
Street, Nicholasville, KY 40356 - Spanish 



BAGGETT, KRISTA KAY -P.O. Box 56, Nar- 
tural Bridge Station, VA 24579 - Psychology - 
Lexington Kiwinas Club Scholarship (1,2) - 
University Chorus (1 -4), Peer Counseling (3,4), 
Women's Chorus (4), Student Recruitment 14), 
Community Big Sister (3), 4-H (1-4), Part-time 
Work: Library (1-4), Campus Music (3), Sweet 
Things (3,4) 



BALDRIDGE, STEVEN KENT -1358 
Woodside CA 93401 - Philosophy/Spanish - Pi 
Sigma Alpha (3) - Women's Volleyball Team 
Manager/Assistant Coach (2-4), Volleyball 
Club (4), Independent Union IM Volleyball 
Director (3,4), Film Society Sponsor (2-4), In- 
ternational Club (2-4), Minority Student Re- 
cruitment Committee (2), Ring-Turn Phi (2), 
University Chorus (2), Glee Club (2), W&L De- 
legate to the Harvard Model U.N. (2), Mock 
Constitutional Convention (2), Mock Demo- 
cratic Convention (3), College Republicans (1 - 
4) 



BALFOUR, AMY C. -211 Ralston Rd., 
Richmond, VA 23229 - English/Journalism - 
George Washington Scholarship (1-4), Dean's 
List (1-4) - Women's Soccer (1-3), Trident- 
Class Representative (4), Mock Democratic 
Convention-State co-Chairman (3), Kappa 
Kappa Gamma (4), WLUR (1-4) 



BARKER, |AMES H. -2 Wmwood Cove, 
Winwood Hill, lackson, TN 38305 - History/ 
Spanish 



BARNES, KRISTIN IOUISE -18 Saddleview 
Ct., Gaithersburg, MD 20878 - Business 
Administration/Accounting - Honor Roll (2), 
Dean's List (2-4) - University Chorus (1-4), 
Women's Chorus (3,4), Jubilee (3,4), Assistant 
Swim School Director (2,3), Assistant Lifesav- 
ing Instructor (2-4) 



BARRETT, CHERYL HOPE -8814 Battery 
Rd., Alexandria, VA 22308 



BARRY, DEAN C. -505 Fox Run Trail, 
Aurora, OH 44202 - Business Administration/ 
Accounting and Art History - Reeves Center 
Scholar (2,3) - Glee Club (1-3), Delta Tau 
Delta (1-5), Student Recruitment (4), College 
Republicans (1-4) 



BATTE, LAUREN ELIZABETH -6135 
Chevy Chase, Houston, Texas 77057 - Art His- 
tory - Cum Laude - Research Assistant at 
Reeves Center (3,4), Mock Democratic Con- 
vention (3), Volunteer at Retirement Home (3), 
Charter member of Chi Omega Fraternity (4) 



BEAN, BRENTON SEWELL -275 Forrest 
Lake Dr., Atlanta, GA 30327 - Economics/ 
German - Dean's List (1,3,4), Honor Roll (4) - 
Phi Delta Theta (1-4), WLUR (1-3), Coach- 
RARO Basketball League (4), Mock Demo- 
cratic Convention (3) 



BEAN, ROBIN DENISE -111 N. 3rd Ave., 
Mt. Vernon, NY 1 0550 - Philosophy - Best Pro- 
ducts Scholarship (1-4) - Football Manager 
(1 ,2), Film Society (2,3), MSA (1-4), Volleyball 
Club (2), Resident Assistant (4), Dorm Coun- 
selor (3) 



BECK, JONATHON A. -1913 Robindale 
Ave., Lancaster, PA 17601 



BELL, GRETCHEN L. 103 Millbrook Ter- 
race, Forest, VA 24551 



BERCAW, JEFFREY DAVID -3 Squirrel 
Run, Morristown, NJ 07960 - Physics/ 
Engineering - Dean's List (3,4), Honor Roll (4) - 
Ail-American Swimmer (2-4), Academic All 
American (4), Scholar Athlete (4), Student Re- 
cruitment (2-4), Student Activities Board (2,3), 
Swimming (1-4), Water Polo (1-4), Chi Psi (1- 
4) 



BEVILL, EMILY CONSTANCE -4 Tokeneke 
Trail, Darien CT 06820 - Business Administra- 
tion/Accounting - Dean's List (1-4), Cum 
Laude - Swimming (1-4), Calyx (3,4), Peer 
Counselor (3,4), Mock Democratic Conven- 
tion (3), Trident (2-4) 



BEVIN, MATTHEW GRISWOLD -Star Rt. 
31, Gorham, NH 03581 - East Asian Studies - 
Dean's List (1,3,4), Army ROTC Scholarship 
(1-4), The Major Ronald O. Scharnberg Mem- 
orial Scholarship Program (4) - ROTC (1-4), 
Rangers (1-4), Student Security (1-4), Track 



and Field (2-4), Big Brother (3), Dining-Hall 
Employee (1-4), Study Abroad (4), Indepen- 
dent Union IM Sports (1-4) 



BIRCHFIELD, WILLIAM OTTO III -7025 
San Sebastian Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32217 - 
Business Administration/Accounting - Kappa 
Sigma (1-4), President (4), FMA (3,4), Vice Pre- 
sident (4) 



BLEDSOE, JAMES WILLIAM III -3016 
Weatherton Circle, Birmingham, Alabama 
35223 - Biology - Kappa Sigma (1-4), Vice Pre- 
sident (3) 



BLESSEY, E. CHRISTIAN -430 lona St. Met- 
airie, LA 70005 - Politics - Calyx-Editor (2), 
Business Manager (3), Muscular Dystrophy 
Superdance-Student Involvement Chairman 
(3), Publicity Chairman (2), SAB (3,4), Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon (1-4) 



BLOODSWORTH, DAVID MARTIN JR. 
-406 Robinson Street, Georgetown, Delaware 
19947 - Business Administration - Phi Eta 
Sigma (2), Beta Gamma Sigma (3), L.K. John- 
son Scholarship (3), Phi Beta Kappa (3) - W&L 
Food Service (3,4) Sigma Nu Treasurer (4), 
Peer Counselor (2,3), Intramural Sports (2,3) 



BLYDEN, DAPHNE LOUISE -Estate Nadir 
310C, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 00802 - 
Biology - Dean's List (3,4), Alpha Epsilon Delta 
(2) - University Chorus (1 ,2), Women's Chorus 
(3,4), MSA (1-4), FCA(4) 



BOARDMAN, CATHERINE M -1409 High 
Acre Rd., Bedford, VA 24523 



BOLDEN, DANA J. -1291 SW 27th PL, 
Boynton Beach, FL 33426 - Journalism - 
Wrestling (1,4), V.P. MSA (3), Cable Channel 
Nine Producer (4), Cable Channel Nine An- 
chorman (2,3,4) 



BOLLER, JOHN DAVID -Sunset Lane RD. 
31, Oak Ridge, NJ 07438 - Mathematics/ 
French - University Scholar (1-4), R.E. Re 
search (2,3), Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1 
4), Phi Eta Sigma (1), Phi Beta Kappa (3), Ox 
ford Exchange Scholar (3), Bradford Scholar 
ship (2), McDowell Scholarship (3), Tayloi 
Scholarship (4), Honors in Mathematics (4) 
Zeta Beta Tau (1-4), University Theater (1,2,4), 
International Club-treasurer (4), Phi Sigma 
Gamma (2), University College Boat Club (3), 
St. John's Mummers (3) 



BONILLA, MANUEL E. -5307 Crown Point 
Rd., Burke, VA 22015 - Politics - Pi Sigma 
Alpha (4) - Mock Democratic Convention (3) 



BOONE, CAROLINE ELIZABETH -407 
Muirfield, Lufkin, TX 75901 - Business Admin- 
istration/Accounting - Dean's List - Ring-turn 
Phi, Calyx co-editor, SAB, Student Recruit- 
ment, Mock Democratic Convention State 
Chairman, Financial Management Associa- 
tion, Big Sister Program, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Golf Team 



BOTTOMLEY, IAN PHILLIP -1417 Harden 
Ct., Oklahoma City, OK 731 18 - Kappa Alpha 



BOTTOMS, WILLIAM THOMAS |R. -106 
West Woodland Dr., Dothan AL 36301 - Econ- 
omics - AED (3,4) - Pi Kappa Alpha-treasurer 
(3,4), Alumni Secretary (2,3), Soccer Club Pre- 
sident (4) 



BOUIE, ANDREW J.-Dothan,AI -Chemistry 



BOYD, KEITH DOUGLAS -3007 Flor- 
ibunda Ct., Fallston, MD 21047 - Phi Gamma 
Delta 



BRACKEN, DOUGLAS CLARK -3736 
Mockingbird, Dallas, TX 75205 - Beta Theta Pi 



BRADING, LEE DICKSON -221 Valley 
Springs Rd„ Columbia, SC 29223 - Business 
Administration/Accounting - Athletic Honor 
Roll (2), Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (2) - 
Basketball (1,2,4), Superdance (3,4), Phi 
Kappa Psi (1-4), Mock Democratic Conven- 
tion (3), Mock Constitutional Convention (2) 



BRADY, MATTHEW PAUL -6749 Brooke- 
meade Dr. , Charlotte NC 28226 - American 
History - Phi Beta Kappa (4), George C. Mar- 
shall Foundation Scholarship (4), Athletic Ac- 
ademic Honor Roll (1-4), Honor Roll (1-4), 
Dean's List (1-4), University Scholar (1-4), 
Gaines Scholarship (1,2), National Merit 
Scholarship (1-4), R.E. Lee Scholarship (2-4) - 
Water Polo (1-4), Swimming (1,2,4), Phi 
Gamma Delta (2-4), Treasurer (4), FCA (1-3), 
Mock Democratic Convention (3) 



BRAND, CHRISTOPHER CAGE -4661 
College Park Dr., Dallas, TX 75229 - Econ- 
omics - Honor Roll, Dean's List (3,4) - Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, A. Paul Knight Conservation 
Stipend (4), Mock Constitutional Convention 
(3), Mock Democratic Convention (3), Outing 
Club (4) 



BRAY, JENNIFER MARY -7810 DeMoss, 
Houston, TX 77036 - Politics - Pi Sigma Alpha 
(4) - Trident (1 -4), Dorm Counselor (2-4), Head 
Dorm Counselor (4), Film Society (2-4), Chi 
Omega (4), SAB (3,4), SAC (4), ODK (2-4) 



BROCK, RICHARD GOODWIN -30 Hill- 
wood Rd.. Mobile AL 36608 - History - Phi 
Delta Theta (1-4), Pledge Trainer (2), Social 
Chairman (3), Pledge Master (4), Sigma 
Society (3,4), Mongolian Minks (2-4), WLUR 
(4), Mock Democratic Convention (3) 



BROCKMAN, JANE MICHELLE -1609 
Griffith Ave., Owensboro, KY 42301 - Busi- 
ness Administration - Dean's List (1-4), Honor 
Roll (2,4) Magna Cum Laude - University 
Chorus (1-4), Women's Chorus (3,4), Jubilee 
(3,4), WLUR (3), Mock Democratic Conven- 
tion (3), Student Recruitment (3,4), Men's Lac- 
rosse Team Manager (2-4), FMA (3) 



BROWN, ELIZABETH FOX -2456 Brande- 
mere Dr., Germantown, TN 38138 - Music - 
University Chorus (1-4), Women's Chorus 
(3,4), Concert Guild (4), Calyx (1) 



BROWN, RONALD JAMES -2179 West 
Pine Ridge Ave., Littleton, CO 80120 - Polio- 
tics - Dean's List, ODK (4), Pi Sigma Alpha (4) - 
Pi Kappa Phi: President (4), Secretary (3), Ste- 
ward (2), Mock Democratic Convention (3), 
Interim Chairman (4), Instrumental Ensemble 
President (3,4), Mock Constitutional Conven- 
tion(2) 



BRYANT, MARK GARY -2426 Cedar Lane, 
Pawleys Island, SC 29585 - European History - 
Dean's List (1-3), Honor Roll (2-4), Magna 
Cum Laude - Sigma Nu (l-4)-Rush Chairman 
(3), Mock Democratic Convention (3), College 
Republicans (1-4) 



306 Senior Index 



BRYANT, MATTHEW STEPHEN -P.O. 
gox 1034, Lexington, VA 24450 - Classics - 
Dean's List, Honor Roll, ODK, lames |. White 
Award in Greek, Houston Alumni Scholarship, 
Phi Eta Sigma - The Reeves Center (3,4), 
Kathekon (3,4), Phi Kappa Psi (1-4), Mock De- 
mocratic Convention (3), Executive Com- 
mittee (1,2), Football (1) 



BUCC, W. SEAN -117 Old Mill Rd., Geo- 
rgetown, KY 40324 



BULLOTTA, THOMAS ANDREW -63 
West Valley Hill Rd., Malvern, PA 19355 - 
Business Administration - Dean's List (1-4) - 
Wrestling (1-3), Chi Psi: Treasurer (3), Alpha 
Editor (2), Alumni Relations (4), Rush Chair- 
man (4), WLUR FM (2,3), College Republicans 
(1-4), Investments Club (4), Mock Convention 
Delegate (3), Superdance (1) 



BURCH, ROBERT F.-1013 lamieson Rd., 
Lutherville, MD 21093 -Spanish - Dean's List 
(1,3,4), Honor Role (4), ROTC Scholarship 
(3,4), Phi Kappa Sigma (1-4), Recording Sec- 
retary (3,4), Golf (2), Superdance (1), Mock 
Convention (3), Alumni Fund (2) 



BURKE, MONICA MARY -231 1 Stachouse 
Dr., Yardley, PA 19067 -English/Drama 
-Phillip Morris Scholarship (1-4), William F. 
Hirschmann Scholarship (4), Memorial Award 
in Drama (3), Dean's List (2,3,4), Theatre (1-4), 
Women's Chorus (4), University Chorus (1), 
Ice Hockey Club (1,2,), Trident (3,4,), Chi 
Omega (4) 



BURLINGAME, MARTIN ROBERT -6834 
La Presta, San Gabriel, CA 91775 -Politics/ 
French - Political Honor Fraternity, Water Polo 
(4), Swimming (1), Fencing (3), Model United 
Nations (1), ROTC (3) 



BURNS, CLAYTON THOMAS -939 Chap- 
pell Rd., Charleston, WV 25304 - Philosophy 



BURNS, S. DAVID -P.O. Box 252, Shepher- 
dstown, WV 25443 - Politics -Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities, Kappa 
Sigma (1-4), Club Lacrosse (2), Student Utili- 
ties Corporation (2-4), Liberty Hall Volunteers 
(2-4), Class Vice President (3,4), Student Con- 
duct Committee Chairman (4), Southern Com- 
fort (2-4), Glee Club (1-4), Univ. Chorus (2-4), 
SAC (4) 



BURTON, IEFFREY LAMAR - 9900 Wind- 
fall Trace, Louisville, KY 40223 - Economics 



BUTLER, M. WARREN - 60 Oakland 
Ave., Mobile, AL 36608 - History 



BYINCTON, BARBARA ANN - 4900 Her- 
kimer St., Annandale, VA 22003 - Economics/ 
French - Phi Beta Kappa (3), Omicron Delta 
Epsilon (3), Phi Eta Sigman (1), Honor Roll (1- 
4), University Scholar (1-4), Washington 
Scholar (1-4), National Merit Scholar (1-4), R. 
E. Lee Research Scholar (4), Kappa Alpha 
Theta (4), Mock Convention - State Chairman 
(3), Women's Lacrosse (3), Superdance (1,2), 
College Republicans (1-4) 

CACCAMO, IOSEPH S. - 5 lohn St., Garden 
City, NY 1 1 530 - lournalism/Communications 



CALLAS, CHRISTOPHER LEE - 109 Euclid 
Ave., Ft. Marion, PA 15474 - European His- 
tory/French - Phi Ela Sigma ( 1 ), Phi Beta Kappa 
(4), Summa Cum Laude, Elizabeth Garrett 
Scholarship in History (3), Honor Roll (1,2,4), 
Southern Comfort (2,4), Glee Club (1-4), Univ. 
Chorus (2,4), College Republicans (2,4), 
Lambda Chi Alpha (1-4), Mock Convention - 
state chair (2), WLUR (2) 



CANTEY, WILLIAM H. -51 50 Quail Lane, 
Columbia, SC 29206 - History 



CARAGOL, WILLIAM |., JR. -167 Riverside 
Ave., Riverside, CT 06878 - Business Adminis- 
tration/Accounting 



CARRBARRY, |OHN C. -6622 Braebun 
Parkway, Bethesda, MD 20817 - History 



CARROLL, MICHAEL DAVID - 4037 
Chelsa Ext., Memphis, TN 38108 - Business 
Administration - Dean's List (1,2,4), Who's 
Who in American Colleges & Universities (4), 
Sr. Class Vice President (4), SAB (3,4), Student 
Recruitment 13,4), Glee Club (2,3,4), Southern 
Comfort (2,3,4), Sigma Alpha Epsilon (1-4), 
Calyx (2,3) 



CARTY, LAURA SINGLETON - 3259 
Avenham Ave., Roanoke, VA 24014 - French - 
Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude, Dean's 
List (1-4), Honor Roll (2-4), Soccer (1-2), Calyx 
Section Editor (4) 



CASEY, CHRISTOPHER D.- 3001 Del 
Monte, Houston, TX 77019-3213 - Business 
Adminstration - Beta Theta Pi (1-4), SAB (1-4), 
WLUR (1-4), Cable Nine (3) 



CASTRONUOVO, GREGORY, |. - 1590 
Laurel Hollow Rd., Syosset NY 1 1791 - lour- 
nalism/Communications - WLUR (2,3,4), 
Cable Nine (3,4), Univ. Chorus (1 ,3,4), Society 
of Professional lournalists (4), Glee Club (1,2) 



CATRON, )OHN CHRISTIAN REN- 
NOLDS -9705 Chevalle Dr., Manassas, VA 
22111 - Journalism - Morphus Phu Award for 
Visual Creativity (4), Ski Team (2,3), Phi Kappa 
Psi (1-4), Cable Nine (3,4) 



CAFFEE, C. BRYAN -1461 Eleonore St., 
New Orleans, LA 70115 - Geology - Dean's 
List 93,4), Honor Roll (3,4), Marcellus Stow 
Award (3), Swimming (1 ), Outing Club (2-4) 



CHANCE, STEPHEN R. -2009 Townevue 
Ct., Augusta, GA 30904 - Economics 



CHRISTIAN, ANNE CATHERINE -816 
Churchill Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514 - Psy- 
chology - Soccer (1-4), SAB (3,4), Student Re- 
cruitment (3,4) 



CHRISTIAN, MARTHA D. -1628 Linden 
Ave., Lynchburg, VA 24503 - European His- 
tory - Tennis (1-4), Captain (2,3,4) 



CLARK, JAMES D., Ill -History 



CLARK, SHELDON, 111-60 East 91 St., New 
York, NY 10128 - Politics 



CLARK, WILLIAM O, JR. -52 Tidewaters, 
Henlopen Acres, DE 19971 - Economics 



COBB, JIMM E. -2312 S. Washington, 
Marion, IN 46953 - English - Dorm Counselor 
(3,4), Fencing Team (2,3,4), Ariel Ass. Dir. (4), 
ROTC Rangers (4), Dean's List (2,3,4), Honor 
Roll (2,3,4), Cum Laude, Secondary School 
Teacher (4) 



COLEMAN, PETER JAMES, JR. -6 Lewis 
Lane, Fair Haven, NJ 07701 - Politics - Chi Psi 
(1-4), Vice President (3), President (4), Golf 
(1-4), Captain (3,4), All Conference (4), Amer. 
Cancer Soc. Golf Tourn. Chairman (3,4) 



COLEMAN, STEPHANIE MICHELLE 
-6287-B Rolling Fork Rd., Charleston, SC 
29418 - lournalism - Dean's List (1-4), Sears 
Congressional Internship (3), Starr Alden 
Scholarship (3,4), Pierce Atwood Scholarship 
(1), Football Mgr. (1), WLUR (2), Cable 9 (2), 
Peer Counselor (4), Mock Convenlion (3), 
Calyx (2), Ring Taum Phi (4), Minority Student 
Recruitment (2), Tridenl (2,3,4), MSA (1-4) 



COREY, JAMES M. -12 Independence Dr 
Westbrook, ME 04092 - Biology 



COSBY, ERIN CLEGHORN -10413 Silk 
Oak Dr. Vienna, VA 22180 -French/ 
Economics -Phi Eta Simga (1), Omicron Delta 
Kappa (3), Who's Who Among College 
Students (4), Phi Beta Kappa (4), Omicron 
Delta Epsilon (4), Robert E. Lee Research 
Scholarship (3,4), Dorm Counselor (3,4), Stu- 
dent Recruitment (2,3,4), SAB (3,4), Trident-Jr. 
Rep (3)&VP(4), Superdance (3,4), WLUR (1), 
Sorority Advisory Committee (4), Kappa 
Kappa Gamma (4), Mock Convention (3). 



COUCH, CAROL ANNE -2700 Dunsmane 
Road Pensacola, FL 32503 -Art -Dean's List 
(3,4), Women's Soccer (1,2), Chi Omega (4), 
Chi Omega Historian (4), Big Brother Big Sister 
Program (2,3), University Council (1). 



COUNCILL, CATHERINE WINSLOW 
-806 Lindsay Court Richmond, VA 23229 
-French & Art -Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll 
(3,4), Cum Laude, Faverman award in studio 
art (3), Calyx (1-3), WLUR (1,2), Superdance 
(1,2), Soccer (2-4), Big Sister Program (2), 
Amnesty InternatT (2-4), Mock Convention 
(3), GHQ (3,4), Volunteer Yellow Brick Rd 
Day Care (4), art for Phi (2)& for Ariel (3), Art 
exhibitions (1-4) & Sr. Thesis exhibit (4). 



COUSLAND, BETH A. -Route 
Boyce, VA. 22620 - Biology. 



COVER, EDWARD BOND -P.O. Box 32 

Mendenhall, PA. 19357 - Economics. 



COYLE, COURTNEY ANN -534 Leeward 
Avenue Beach Haven, N|. 08008 - Biology. 



CRABILL, WILLIAM E. -210 Knollwood 
Drive Key Biscayne, FL 33149 -Journalism/ 
Communications 



CRAWFORD, SHAUN A. -4650 Old 
Looney Mill Road Birmingham, AL 35243 
-Biology. 



CRUTCHER, H. DODD -5355 Nakoma 
Dallas, TX 75209 -History. 



CUMMINGS, JEFFREY P. -1200 Silver Run 
Valley Road Westminster, MD 21 157 - Busi- 
ness Administration. 



CUMMINS, ELIZABETH ARMISTEAD 
-1225 Chickering Road Nashville, TN 37215 
-American History. 



CUNNINGHAM, CHRISTOPHER H. -7 
Village Road Englewood, CO 801 10 -History. 



DALE, T. GREGORY -4634 Salt Works 
Road Medina, NY 14103 -History - Phi Eta 
Sigma (1), Magna Cum Laude (4), Mock Con 
stitutional Convention, sec (2), Mock Demo 
cratic Convention (3), College Republicans (1 
4), Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (1-4), Pol 
itical Review-Ed. (3,4), ODK (3,4) VP (4), Pub 
Board (3,4) VP (4), Chaplain Committee (2,3), 
White Book Revisions Committee (3). 



DAVIS, CHRISTINE L. -3229 Sharer Road 
Tallahassee, FL 32312 -European History -Phi 
Eta Sigma (1), Phi Beta Kappa (4), Dean's List 
(1-4), Honor Roll ( 1 -4), University Chorus (1 -4) 
Bus. mgr(l) Pres (2-4), Jubilee (3,4), Women's 
Chorus (3,4), SAB (4), Financial Mgt Associa- 
tion (4), Concert Guild (3,4), Kappa Kappa 
Gamma (4). 



deMOVELLAN, C.S. -111 Woodland 
Avenue, Apt. 809 Lexington, KY 40502 
-Economics/Romance Languages. 



DEAL, CLIFFORD I III -2940 Adam Knee- 
ling Road Virginia Beach, VA 23454 - Chemi- 



DEIGHAN, JOHN WILLIAM -5520 Birch 
Avenue Pennsauken, Nl 08109 -Mathematics 
-Phi Beta Kappa (4), University Scholar (1-4), 
R.E. Lee Scholarship (1-4), Who's Who (4), 
Nat'l Collegiate Men's Athletic Award (4), 
Scholar-Athlete Academic Honor Roll (1-3), 
R.E. Lee Research Scholar (3,4), Phi Eta Sigma 
(1), Honor Roll (1-4), Cross Country (1-4), 
Alpha Phi Omega (1-4). 



DEMARCO, JAMES ROBERT -62 Rebel- 
lion Road Charleston, SC 29407 -Psychology/ 
Pre-Med - Kent Frazier Scholar (1-4), Phi Beta 
Kappa (3), Psychology Award (2), Chemistry 
Award (1), R.E. Lee Scholar (3), Phi Eta Sigma 
(1), Alpha Epsilson Delta (3), Honor Roll (1-4), 
Nat'l Merit Scholar (1-4), Phi Kappa Psi (1-3), 
Calyx (1), Outing Club (2-4), Ski Club (1-4), 
Financial Mgt Association (4), IM Soccer ( 1 -4), 
IM Basketball (1-4), IM Volleyball (1-3), USC 
Honorary Student (3,4), Rd Trip Club Presidenl 
(3,4). 



DEMARTINO, ANTHONY GERARD 
-683 Degraw Street Brooklyn, NY 11217 
-Psychology. 



DICK, ALLAN RANDOLPH, JR. -P.O. Box 
35 Conyngham, PA 18219 -History. 



DIETZ, DAVID W. -2224 Old Colony Road 
York, PA 1 7402 -Biology. 



DOUMAR, CHARLES C. -7337 Barberry 
Lane Norfolk, VA 23505 -Business Administr- 
ation/Accounting. 



DRAWDY, VANCE EARLE -645 Golf 
Course Road Piedmont, SC 29673 -Geology/ 
European History - Honor Roll (1-4), Phi Eta 
Sigma (1), Geology Dept. Scholarship (1), 
Lena T. Stevens Scholarship (3,4), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), W&L Geologic Society (1-4), 
Lambda Chi Alpha (1-4) House Mgr (2). 



DRISCOLL, CHARLES K., JR. - 108 Pine 
Point Road Williamsburg, VA 23185 
-European History -David A. Dunlap Award 
(4), Sigma Phi Epsilon (1-4) Pres (4), SAB (2,3), 
Student Emergency Loan Committee (2) Chair 
(3,4), Squash Club (2,3), Ski Club (3), Mock 
Convention (3). 



DRISCOLL, SEAN F. -108 Pine Point Road 
Williamsburg, VA 23185 -European History 
-Dean's List (2), Sigma Phi Epsilon (1-4), SAB 
(2-4), Contact (3,4), VRB (3,4), Mock Conven- 
tion (3), Squash Club (2,3), Student Recruit- 
ment (4). 



DUNNE, MARIE EILEEN -9567 Blake Lane, 
No. 201 Fairfax, VA 22031 -Journalism/ 
English -Cum Laude, Journalism Dept Scholar 
(4), Best Products Foundation Scholar (2-4), 
Landon B. Lane Memorial Scholar (3), ODK 
(3,4), Who's Who (4), Outstanding Young 



Senior Index 307 



Women Of America (4), Honor Roll (4), 
Dean's List (3), Gaines Activities Coordinator 
(4), Head RA (3), Dorm Counselor (2), Ring- 
Tum-Phi (1-4) Co-Editor (3), Society of Prof- 
essional lournalists (2-4), Pub. Board (3), lour- 
nalism Teaching Asst.(4), WLUR (1-3), News 
Editor (2), Cable Nine ( 1 -3, Producer 2), Alpha 
Phi Omega (3,4), University Financial Aid 
Committee (3.4). 



DRUSANO, MICHAEL D. -2102 Per- 
cheron Court Fallston, MD 21047 -Business 
Administration. 



DUPONT, PHILIP AIRBORNE -14 Birch 
Ridge Avenue Topsham, ME 04086 -East Asian 
Studies/History -Gamma Society (3,4), Air- 
borne (2-4), Fill (1-4), ROTC (1 -4), Rugby (3,4), 
Mock Convention (3), Social Chair FIJI (3). 



EADIE, KIMBERLY MARIE -47 Bayshore 
Drive Elizabeth City, NC 27909 - French 
-Dean's List (2-4), Honor Roll (3), Cross 
Country (1 -4) Capt. (4), Film Society (2-4), Stu- 
dent Recruitment (4). 



EMERSON, JOSEPH P., JR. -Route 3, Box 
488 Easton, MD 21601 - Spanish. 



EMRICH, JOHN DAVID -209 Brooke Drive 
Westchester, PA 19380 -Politics/English. 



EYERLY, PAUL R„ IV. -1743 Old Berwick 
Rd , Bloomsburg, PA 17815 - Philosophy. 



FAHRINGER, LEE F. -79 Charles Pamsh Dr. 
Hampton, VA 23662-1509 - Economics. 



FAINTER, KIMBERLY S. -P.O. Box 414, 
Glasgow, VA 24555 - Psychology. 



FERGUSON, CHRISTOPHER R. -165 Lan- 
gford Place, Charlottesville, VA 22901 - Psy- 
chology. 



FLAGLER, R. STEPHEN -39 Belleai 
Woods. Memphis, TN 38104 - History. 



FLOOD, LEEANN MARGARET -3824 
Trail's Edge Rd., Fort Worth, TX 76109 - His- 
tory - Honor Roll (2,3,4), Dean's List (1 ,2,3,4), 
Robert E. Lee Research Scholar (3,41, Phi Beta 
Kappa, Tennis (1,2), R.A.(3,4), Women's 
Forum, Treasurer (3), Superdance (1). 



FLOURNOY, THOMAS F., IV -5510 Glen 
Errol Rd., Atlanta, GA 30327 - French/ 
Economics. 



FORD, DELIA D. - 3064 Wellington Ct., 
Atlanta, GA 30339 - Drama. 



FORRESTER, MICHAEL ANDREW -1024 
Monterrey Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70815 - 
Business Administration/Accounting - Dean's 
List (3,4), Honor Roll (3,4), ODK. Freshman 
Class President, SCC (1), Phi Kappa Psi- 
President (3), SAB (2,3,4), Student Recruitment 
(4), Contact (3,4), Mock Convention (3). 



FOWLER, ELISABETH E. -5846 Raven Rd., 
Birmingham, Ml 48010 - English. 



FRANZESE, DOUGLAS R. -4401 14thAve. 
North, St. Petersburg, FL 33713 - Business 
Administration/Accounting - Phi Gamma 
Delta (1-4), Rugby (2-4), Mock Convention (3), 
VRB (1), Superdance (1). 



FREUND, ELIZABETH BASTIAN -5807 
Devonshire Dr., Bethesda, MD 20816 - Pol- 
itics - Dean's List (4), Pi Sigma Alpha (4), 
Friends Community Service (2-4), co-founder, 
Mock Convention (3), Ring Turn Phi (4), Chi 
Omega (4), Univ. Federation (4). 



GAY, CHARLES TAYLOR -1097 Sunset 
Rd., Stamford, CT 06903 - History. 



GEARY, ANNE ELIZABETH -420 Audubon 
Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70125 - English - 
Cross Country (1,2,3) Captain (3), Tennis (1 ,2), 
Superdance (1,2,3), Trident, KKG (4). 



GEISEL, GREGORY STUART -1814 Old 
Gulph Rd., Villanova, PA 19085 - History. 



GOINS, JACE H. -3519 East 1 10 St. South, 
Tulsa, OK 74137 - Economics. 



GORDON, MARC L. -Business Administra- 
tion. 



GORRY, SCOTT B. -3425 Sandfiddler Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 - Biology. 



GOTTSEGAN, G. BRADLEY -1415 Cadiz 
St., New Orleans, LA 70115 - Economics - 
Dean's List (3,4), WLUR (2,3), Film Society (4), 
Calyx (2), Intamurals, (1-4), SAB (1-4), Officer 
(3), Phi Kappa Sigma (1-4). 



GREETER, J. ALAN -Kirby-Smith Rd., 
Sewanee, TN 37375 - Journalism/ 
Communications. 



GROSSO, ROCCO RAYMOND -115 
Hoyts Hill Rd., Bethel, CT 06801 - Biology. 



GROVE, DAVID, SCOTT -12003 West- 
wood Hills Dr., Herndon, VA 22071 - Business 
Admin. - Who' Who (4), SAB (1-4, exec. dir. 3, 
chairman 4), STU (2,3,4, Chairman 2,3), So. 
Comfort (2,3,4), Univ. Chorus (2,3,4), Glee 
Club (2,3,4), Mock Convention (3), Peer Coun- 
selor (2,3), Stu. Recruitment (3,4), Fr. Planning 
Comm. (4). 



GULLEY, SHAWN P. -910 Cambridge 
Oval, San Antonio, TX 78209 - Business 
Admin./ Accounting. 



GUNKEL, JOHN |. -4645 Lincrest Dr 
Brookfield, Wl 53005 - Philosophy. 



GUYTON, ROBERT P., JR. -801 W. Con- 
way Dr., NW, Atlanta, GA 30327 - Business 
Admin. 

HALEY, ROBERT P. -2470 Brookhaven PI. 
NE, Atlanta, Ga 30319 - Economics/Spanish. 



HALL, STANLEY C. -164 Fairmont Cir., 
Danville, VA 24541 - Biology/Chemistry - Phi 
Eta Sigma (1), Alpha Epsilon Delta (2), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1-4), 
Delta Tau Delta (1-4, President 3), Stu. Re- 
cruitment (3,4), R. E. Lee Research (1-3), 
Gamma Soc. (2-4), Mock Conv. (3), IM (1-4), 
GHQ (2-4). 



HALPERT, HARRY DAVID -12 Stone 
Hollow Ct., Baltimore, MD 21208 - Econ- 



HAMPTON, ANNA MAE -3804 Nor- 
mandy, Dallas, TX 75205 - Economics/ 
Spanish - Phi Eta Sigma (1), Honor Roll, Dean's 



List, Omicron Delta Kappa (4), Kappa Alpha 
Theta (4, VP efficiency), Trident, Sec (4), Stu. 
Recruitment (1-4), SAB (2,3,4). 



HANZLICK, R. NICHOLS -30371 Via 
Chico PI., Laguna Niguel, CA 93677 - Econ- 
omics. 



HARPER, FRAMPTON L. -156 Spanish 
Point Dr., Beaufort, SC 29902 - Business 
Administration. 



HARPOLD, COURTNEY HAYS - 711 
Churchill Drive Charleston, VA 25314 
-Chemistry/German -Phi Eta Sigma (1), Phi 
Beta Kappa (3,4), Alpha Epsilon Delta, Honor 
Roll & Dean's List (1-4), Who's Who (4), Ger- 
man Dept. Scholar (2-4), University Chorus (1- 
4), Women's Chorus (3,4), Jubilee (3,4), Uni- 
versity Theater (4), WLUR (2), Superdance (1 ). 



HARRISON, K. BRADLEY -246 Magnolia 
Avenue Buena Vista, VA 24416 - Economics. 



HARTLEY, CHARLES D. -4601 Asby Street 
Washington D.C. 20007 - French/History. 



HARTMAN, VANESSA -5345 Rolling Oaks 
Drive Memphis, TN 381 1 9 -Business Adminis- 
tration/Accounting - Phi Eta Sigma (1), ODK 
(4), Phi Beta Kappa (4), Beta Gamma Sigma 
(3), LK Johnson Scholarship (3), Accounting 
Dept. Scholarship (3), Volleyball (2-4), Dorm 
Counselor (3,4), Student Recruitment Com- 
mittee (4), Trident (1-4). 



HARMANN, GREGORY P.-5318 Drane 
Drive Dallas, TX 75209 - Journalism/ 
Communications. 



HARVEY, JOHN M. -38 Ridgemere Trace 
Atlanta, GA 30328 - Economics. 



HATFIELD, J.W. -Route 1, Box 21-AA 
Willards, MD 21874 - East Asian Studies. 



HATTES, DEBORAH ELLEN -453 Fairview 
Court Hartland, Wl 53029 - History -Phi Eta 
Sigma, Robert Alexander Scholarship (2), Out- 
standing College Students (2), Phi Beta Kappa 
(3), George Addison Baxter Scholarship (3), 
Who's Who (4), Internat'l Student Affairs Sub- 
committee, Chair (4), University Scholars (1- 
4), Internat'l Club (1,2,4), Executive Director 
W&L Constitutional Convention (2), Chinese- 
Japanese Club (1 ,2), Alcohol & Health Aware- 
ness Club (1 ), Ring-Tum-Phi (1 ), Young Demo- 
crats (4). 



HERMER, ANDREW CLARK -11401 
Roosevelt Way NE. Seattle, WA - Economics - 
ROTC Rangers (1-3), Film Society (1-3) VP (4), 
Phi Gamma Delta (1-4) Pledge Educator (2) & 
House Mgr (3), Gamma Society (3,4). 



HERNDON, THOMAS K. -31 Brittany 
Woods Charleston, WV 25314 -English. 



HERRING, MARION MCBRIDE -1 14 East- 
view Drive Boone, NC 28607 - Chemistry 
-Alpha Epsilon Delta, ODK sophomore of year 
(2), Dorm Counselor (2) Asst Head (3) Head 
(4), ODK (3,4), Water Polo (1-4), Swimming 
(1-3). 



HERUBIN, SCOTT JAMES -5323 Willow 
Point Pkwy., Marietta, GA 30068 - Business 
Administration - Kappa Sigma (1-4), WLUR 
(5), Model UN (2). 



HICKMAN, ANDREA DAWN -Route 4, 
Box 326 Lexington, VA 24450 - Sociology/ 
Anthropology - Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll 
(2-4), Leyburn Research Scholar (2-4), Mock 
Convention (3). 



HINKLE, D. ALLEN -Route 1, Box 152-A 
Oak Hill, WV 25901 - Economics - Alpha 
Epsilon Delta (2), Omicron Delta Epsilon (4), 
Magna Cum Laude (4), Mock Convention-St 
Chair (3), Ring-Tum-Phi (3), Student Recruit- 
ment (4), Superdance Steering Committee (4), 
Library Advisory Committee (4) . 



HINRICHS, KERI DIANE -5200 McAlpine 
Farm Rd., Charlotte, NC 28226 - English - 
Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1-4), Phi Eta 
Sigma (1), Catherine H. Campbell Scolarship 
(4), Statitician (1), Ring Turn Phi (1), Trident 
(1-4), Stu. Recruitment (2-4), Calyx (3), Mock 
Convention (3), SAB-FD (4), Writing Ctr. Tutor 
(4), Chi Omega (4-President). 



HODGES, JASON R. -7710 Dunvegan 
Close, Dunwoody, GA 30350 - German. 



HOFFMAN, DANATHA JEANNE -1537 
Shadowood Ln., Raleigh, NC 27612 - 
American History - Phi Eta Sigma (1), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), R. E. Lee Research (3), Honor Roll 
(1-4), Dean's List (1-4), Ring turn Phi (1), Soc- 
cer (1), SAB (2,3), Superdance (2), Mock Con- 
vention (3), Trident (1-4), KKG (4). 



HOFFMAN, ARTHUR ANDREW 
-German/History. 



HOLIFIELD, MICHAEL CHARLES -6782 
E. 100 S., Mill Creek, IN 46365 - Philosophy - 
Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1,2), Scholar 
Athlete (1,2), Football (1-4), Dorm Counselor 
(3 Asst. Head 4), SAB (1,2,3). 



HOLLAND, DAVID C. -History. 



HOOPES, LAURA ANNE -106 Ashley Ct, 
Wilmington, DE 1 9807 - Biology - Athletic Ac- 
ademic Honor Roll (2), Dean's List (4), Who's 
Who(4), Kathakon (3,4), Stu. Recruitment 
(3,4), R.A. (3,4), Superdance (2,3,4), Volley- 
ball (2), Squash (2). 



HOPPER, CAROLYN DALE -1701 Hollo- 
way, Midland, TX 79701 - Economics - Dean's 
List (1-4), Honor Roll, Scholar Athlete (2), 
Worn. Forum sec (2), Trident, Tennis (1,2), 
Kappa Alpha Theta, President (4), Mock Con- 
vention (3). 



HORRIDGE, MATTHEW, JOHN -P.O. 
Box 413, Ivy, VA 22945 - Journalism - Ring 
turn Phi (2-5), Calyx (2-4), Big Brothers (3), 
Univ. Photographer (4,5). 



HOUSEHOLDER, RICHARD, F. -218 
Kennedy Dr., Severna Park, MD 21 146 - Econ- 
omics/European History - Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers (3,4), Cross Country (4), Sigma Nu 
(House Mgr. 2, Soc. Chr. 4). 



HOWELL, ANDREW L. -2326 Lathrop Ln„ 
Charlotte, NC 28211 - Economics. 



HUDSON, DAVID ANDREW -252 Fer- 
nwood Ln., Erie, PA 1 6505 - Business Admini- 
stration - Dean's List (2), Football, letters (1-4), 
Phi Kappa Psi (1-4). 



HUFFMAN, ESTHER MARIE -5353 South- 
view Dr., New Holland, PA 17557 - Psycho- 
logy - Univ. Scholars (1-4), Phi Eta Sigma (1), 
Phi Beta Kappa (4), G. Holbrook Barber 



308 Senior Index 



Scholar (4), ODK (3,4), Chorus (1-3), FCA (1- 
4), R.A. (3, Head 4), IM (1-3). 



HUGHES, RHONA MAIRI -1510 Detwiler 
Dr., York, PA, 17404 - Business Admin./ 
French - Ring Turn Phi, Bus. Mgr. (2,3), Pub. 
Board, Pres. (3), Stu. Recruitment (3,4), Tennis 
(1 ), Peer Counselor (3), Mock Convention (3). 



HURTT, DEBRA BOWLES -206 N. Queen 
St., Chestertown, PA 21620 - Psychology - Phi 
Eta Sigma (1 ), Alpha Epsilon Delta (2), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), R. E. Lee Scholarship (1-4), Dean's 
List, Honor Roll (1-4), Superdance (1-4, Co- 
Chair. 4), R. E. Lee Research (2,3), Stu. Recruit- 
ment (2-4), Wrestling mgr. (1-4), Women's 
Forum (1), Aerobics Inst. (4), Soccer (1). 



INGRAM, STEPHEN -23 Dorothy Ln„ Kings 
Park, NY 1 1 754 - English - Dean's List, Honor 
Roll, Wrestling (1,2), FCA (2,3,4), APO (3,4), 
Ring Turn Phi (3), Amnesty Interna'l (3,4). 



ISLEY, PHILIP RANDOLPH -1014 Mt. 
Olivet Rd., Martinsville, VA 241 12 - History. 



JAMES, RICHARD PEELE, JR. -Route2, Box 
327-A, Amelia, VA 23002 - Chemistry - Phi 
Beta Kappa (4), Alpha Epsilon Delta (2,3,4), 
Dean's List, Honor Roll (1-4), ROTC (2,3,4), 
Lamda Chi Alpha (1-4), hospital volunteer 
(3,4). 



JOHNSON, JAMES. M., Ill -3267 Cochis 
Dr., Atlanta, CA 30339 - Journalism - Dean's 
List (2,3), Phi Delta Theta (1-4), Football (1-4, 
Co-Captain 4), ROTC (1-4), Ring Turn Phi 
(3,4), WLUR (4), Cable 9 (4). 



JONES, ALBERT W., JR. -61 38 Verona Ln., 
Shreveport, LA 71105 - Journalism/Politics - 
Calyx (3, Co-Editor), Ring Turn Phi (1-3), 
WLUR (1,2,4), Pub. Board (3, Vice Chairman). 



JONES, MICHAEL CHARLES -25 Slawson 
Ct., Wilton, CT 06897 - Public Policy - Dean's 
List (3,4), Lacrosse (1-4, All-ODAC 4), Dorm 
Counselor (3,4), WLUR (4). 



JONES, PATIENCE LYNN -2901 Verona 
Rd., Shawnee Mission, KS -American History - 
SAB (1,2,3), Mock Convention (3), Calyx (3), 
Big Sister (1), KKC (4), Trident (2,3,4), Golf 
Team (1). 



JOY, EDWARD PAUL -9896 Lake Rd., 
Pavilion, NY 14525 - Economics - Phi Eta 
Sigma (1), Omicron Delta Epsilon (3), Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), Wall Street Journal Award (4), 
Dorm Counselor (3,4), Library (1-4), IU (2, 
Vice Pres.), Intramurals (1-4). 



KANNAPPELL, FRANK F. -5105 Allan Rd., 
Bethesda, MD 20816 - Material Culture of the 
U. S. (Concentrations in U.S. History, An- 
thropology, and Architecture) - IFC (judicial 
board officer- 3, P.R. - 4), Beta Theta Pi (Schol- 
arship chairman -2, Pledge Educator - 3, V. 
Pres. - 4), Mock Convention (parade chair. 4), 
Big Brother (2,3), Mongolian Minks (2,3,4- 
pres.). 



KAPP, M. COPELAND -4800 Devereaux 
Rd., Columbia, SC 29205 - East Asian Studies - 
Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (2), Soccer (1,2), 
Crosscountry (2,3,4-Captain), SAB (2,3), Film 
Society (2,3,4), Calyx (1,2), Track (3), Ring 
Turn Phi (4). 



KAVANAGH, JOSEPH C. -2 Meadowcroft 
Ct., Gaithersburg, MD 20879 - Business 
Administration - Dean's List (4), Football (1,3), 
Stu. Recruitment (3), Investment Club (4, 



Pres.), FMA (2,3,4), WLUR (2,3), Phi Kappa Psi 
(1-4), Mock Convention (3). 



KAYE, CLARE MONICA -10505 Down 
Lakeview Cir., Windermere, FL 32786 - Econ- 
omics- Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll, Univ. 
Chorus (1), Ring Turn Phi (1), Trident Vice 
Pres. (2,4), Mock Convention (3), Calyx (3), 
WLUR (1,2), Cable 9 (1,2,4), Sorr. Advisory 
Comm. (2), Kappa Alpha Theta (4), Stu. Re- 
cruitment (1-4). 



KELLNER, FRANK P., Ill -1 308 Georgetown 
Dr., Bel Air, MD 21014 - Business Admin./ 
Accounting. 



KELSEY, ROBERT JEFFREY -392 Burrows 
Rd., Collierville, TN 38017 - English. 



KELSO, KATHERINE ANN -1005 Carrie 
Way, Martinsburg, WV 25401 - Accounting/ 
Administration - Beta Gamma Sigma -4, L. K. 
Johnson Scholar (3,4), National Merit Scholar 
(1-4), Superdance (1-4), Stu. Recruitment 
(3,4), FMA (3, Vice Pres., 4 Pres.). 



KIDD, MICHAEL BRINTON -21 President 
Ave., Rutledge, PA 19070 - Business Adminis- 
tration. 



KING, FRANCIS LAWRENCE -Drama. 



KIRK, JULIA WORNALL -P. O. Box 437, 
Raymore, MO 64083 - Politics/French - Pi 
Sigma Alpha (4), Trident (1 ,2,4), Ring Turn Phi 
(4), Student Health Comm. (4), KKG (4). 



KLABO, DAVID NELVIN -32 Earldom 
Way, Getzville, NY 14068 - Economics 
-Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll, ODE (4), Sigma 
Nu, Lost in the Supermarket (3,4). 



KLANK, CLEMENT EDWARD -5C 
Norich Memphis, TN 381 1 7 -Business Adn 
istration/Accounting. 



KLUMP, D. EMMANUEL -341 Blanton 
Road Atlanta, GA 30342 -History. 



KOCH, THOMAS MATTHEW, -2515 
Eakin Road Columbus, OH 43204 -Business 
Administration/Accounting -Dean's List (1), 
Sigma Chi (1-4), Outing Club (4), Ring-Tum- 
Phi (2). 



KRIVOR, CASEY S. -P.O. Box 1572 Park 
City UT 84060 -Business Administration. 



LADD, BANKS C. -4254 Jordan Lane 
Mobile, AL 36608 -History - Phi Delta Theta. 



LAKE, FREDERICK W., Ill -P.O. Box 85 
Whitehouse, N) 08888 -Economics. 



LAKE, STEPHANIE TARA -116 Brompton 
Road Garden City, NY 11530 -Sociology/ 
Anthropology -Dean's List (2,4), Honor Roll 
(2), Scholar-Athlete Award (2), Soccer (1-4), 
Amnesty lnternat'1 (2), Superdance (2), Mock 
Convention (3), Big Sister Program (1-4). 



LARAE, ANNE WARREN -201 Berkshire 
Rd., Richmond, VA 23221 - French - Soccer 
(1 ,2,3), Mock Convention Float Chairman (3). 



LARGE, ANNE W. -201 Berkshire Road 
Richmond, VA 23221 -French. 



LASSEINGE, W.R., III -304 Laurenci 
Avenue Lafayette, LA 70503 -History. 



LAWRENCE, DAVID D. -3458 West Ridge 
Road Roanoke, VA 24014 -History - Dean's 
List 11,4), Club Lacrosse (2,3,4), Rugby (2), Fly 
Fishing Club (4), Ring Turn Phi (4), Mock Con- 
vention (3), Phi Kappa Sigma (1-4, Soc. Chr. 
3,4). 



LAWSON, JOHN RYLE, III -631 Hudson 
Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 -English/History. 



LAYTON, ANDREW J. -3 Nassau Bid. Gar 
den City, NY 1 1530 -Computer Science. 



LEDBETTER, E. WRIGHT -1121 Kingston 
Road Rome, GA 30161 -English. 



LEE, DUDLEY WEAVER -4745 Walnut 
Grove Road Memphis, TN 38117 -History. 



LEE, RYAN -9826 Pushcart Way, Columbia, 
MD - History - Honor Roll (1-4), Dean's List 
(1-4), VRB (Chairman 4), SAB (1-3), Dorm 
Counselor (4), Reeves Ctr. (3,4). 



LEGTERS, JOHN NORMAN -4341 Ash 
ford Ln., Greenville, SC 29607 - Economics. 



LEIGHTNER, WILLIAM A.,lll -4225 Anti- 
etam Dr., Birimingham, AL 35213 - Jour- 
nalism/Communications - Phi Delta Theta (1- 
4, rush Chr. 3&4, Sec. 4), Sigma Society, Mon- 
golian Minks (2,3,4), Mock Convention Float 
Chairman (3). 



LEMON, GLENN PRESTON -1423 West 
Drive, SW, Roanoke, VA 24015 - History. 



LEWIS, SUSAN CHARLOTTE -1988 Well- 
sford Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23454 - English 
-Dean's List (2-4), Ring Turn Phi (2,3), Mock 
Convention (3). 



LOFTIN, MARY ANNE -2864 Fairmont Rd., 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 - Psychology - Phi 
Beta Kappa (4), Univ. Chorus (1-4), Women's 
Chorus (3,4), Women's Forum/Trident (1-3), 
Field Hockey Club Mger. (4). 



Loupassi, George Manuel -8202 Overbury 
Road Richmond, VA 23227 - European History 
- Merit List (6), Honor Roll (1), Who's Who, 
Wrestling (1-4, Captain 4), Carlton Peebles 
Award, Phi Kappa Sigma (1-4, IM Chairman 
2-4, Academic Chairman 4), SAB, GHQ Lac- 
rosse (2,3,4). 



LOVE, CRAIG DON -3731 Patricia Ln., An- 
chorage, AK 99504 - Religion. 



LUDWIC, EDWARD DAUM -Rt. 2 248 A, 
Lexington, VA 24450 - Religion - Phi Beta 
Kappa (4), Dean's List (3,4), Religion Scholar- 
ship (3), John Hamilton Greek Award (3), 
Franklin Society Scholarship (3), North 
American Fellow (4), Univ, Chorus (4), Church 
Elder (3,4), Sunday School Superintendant (4), 
Father (3,4). 



LUI, JEFFREY -Box 366, 8534 Arrowhead C: 
Orlando, FL 32718 - Business Admin./ 
Accounting - Dean's List (2,4), Pre-law Soc. 
(1), Outing Club (1), FMA (3,4),lnvestments 
Club (4 Pres), Cold Chec Comm. (4). 



MACPHERSON, ROBERT ALLISON, JR. 
-5029 Washington Avenue Pennsauken, N| 
081 1 -lournalism - Dean's List (4), Music Dir- 
ector, WLUR (4), Treasurer/VP Phi Gamma 
Delta (3), Producer Cable Nine News (4), Staff 
Reporter Ring-Tum-Phi (1-3), Mock Conven- 
tion (3), Gamma Society (4). 



MAGOLINE, MICHAEL ROBERT -689 
Westridge Road Akron, OH 4431 3 -Chemistry 
-Phi Eta Sigma (1), Alpha Epsilon Delta (2)- 
Secretary (4), Phi Beta Kappa (4), Academic 
Ail-American (4), R.E. Lee Research Scholar, 
Football (1-4), Kappa Alpha (1-4), Resident 
Advisor (4). 



MAKEPEACE, DAVID S. -305 Carpathion 
Way Raleigh, NC 27614 -Economics/French. 



MANSON, ROBERT H. -706 Spottswood 
Road Richmond, VA 23229 -Biology. 



MARTIN, LOUIS EDWARD, III -6312 In- 
dian Creek Fort Worth, TX 761 1 6 - Economics 
-Omicron Delta Epsilon (4), Dean's List (2-4), 
Kappa Alpha (1-4), SAB (1-3), Mock Conven- 
tion (3). 



MATTHEWS, ROBERT EMMETT -2 Broad 
Oaks Lane Houston, TX 77056 -Economics 
-Cum Laude, Big Brothers, Coach of Lexington 

Ba^kt'tb.ill learn 



MATTSON, LAUREL V. -18424 Brickstore 
Road Hampstead, MD 21074 -Psychology/ 
Sociology/Biology -Baltimore Alumnae Honor 
Scholarship (1-4), Dean's List (1,3,4), Honor 
Roll (2), Scholar-Athlete (2,4), Soccer (1-4) 
captain (2-4), Section Editor Calyx (3), Trident 
(1-4), Superdance (2), DJ -WLUR (1-2). 



MAXWELL, JOHN DANIEL -12 Wynnec- 
rest Drive Waynesboro, PA 17268 
-Mathematics/History -Gaines Scholar (1-4), 
R.E. Lee Scholar (3,4), Whitaker Memorial 
Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa (3,4), ODK (3,4), Phi 
Eta Sigma (2-4), lU-President (2-4), IM-Chair 



MAYER, HENRY H., Ill -4226 Sassafras 
Street Erie, PA 16508 -Economics -Dean's List 
(3), Sigma Nu (1-4) social chair (4), Calyx (1- 
4), Photo Editor (4), Ring-Tum-Phi (1-4), Mock 
Convention (3). 

MAYER, SCOTT JAMES -1310 S.E. Third 
Terrace Pompano Beach, FL 33060 -English. 

MCCLUNG, MICHAEL LEE -P.O. Box 
4688 Lexington, VA 24450 -Psychology. 

MCCONNELL, THOMAS ALLEN -6817 
Golf Drive Dallas, TX 75205 -Economics- Phi 
Delta Theta. 



MCCORMICK, HUGH B., Ill -6 Meeting 
Road Newport News, VA 23606 -Biology. 



MCCORMICK, W. FRAY - 610 Mountain 
Road Halifax, VA 24558 - American History - 
Dean's List (3,4), Athletic-Academic Honor 
Roll (4), Track & Field (1-4), Sr. Class President 
(4), SCC (4), Steering Committee Mock Con- 
vention (2,3), Student Recruitment (2-4), Glee 
Club (1-3), Southern Comfort (2,3), Phi Kappa 
Sigma (1-4), Phi Kapp Corres. Sec (2). 



MCCUBBIN, CATHERINE A. - P. O. Box 
866, St. Michael, MD 21663 - History/French. 



MACKENZIE, ANDREW R. -320 Chapman MCDOWELL, DAVID W. - 732 lefferson 
Road Greenville, SC 29605 -History. Drive Greenville, MS 38701 - English. 



Senior Index 309 



MCFADDEN, HUNTER B., JR. - 205 Fair- 
way Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 - History. 



MCGEE, EDWIN C, JR. - 506 Azalea Lane 
Florence, SC 29501 - Chemistry. 



MCKINSTRY, PAUL - 353 Sudbury Lane 
Ballwin, MO 6301 1 • Business Administration/ 
Accounting -Cum Laude, Honor Roll (3), 
Dean's List (1-4), FMA (2-4), Phi Kappa Psi 
( 1 -4) Sec (2-3), W&L Catering Service (4), Soc- 
cer Club (4), Mock Convention (3). 



MCLANE, SAMUEL HENRY, II - 2331 Old 
Court Road Apt. 503 Baltimore, MD 21208 - 
Mathematics -Ishmar Hibabi Scholar in Analy- 
sis & Related Fields, Lambda Chi Alpha (1-4), 
Cockpit Lax (3), WLUR (2-4). 



MEIENHOFER, PETER E. - 615 Upper 
Mountain Avenue Upper Montclair, N| 07043 
- Mathematics. 



MELTON, S. HUGHES - 315 Little Falls 
Street Falls Church, VA 22046 - Natural Sci 
ence/Mathematics/Cerman. 



MILES, ELIZABETH S. - 6 Mockingbird 
Place Louisville, KY 40207 - Psychology. 



MILLER, )OEL E. - 5652 Timmerman Way 
Citrus Heights, CA 95621 - lournalis, 
Communications. 



MILLS, DOROTHY LOUISE - F12 Un 
versify Gardens Charlottesville, VA 22903 
Business Administration/Psychology -Dean's 
List (1-4), Honor Roll (3,4), R.E. Lee Research 
Scholar (3,4), Alpha Phi Omega (2-4), Dorm 
Counselor (3), Resident Asst. (4), University 
Chorus (1-3), Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 
(1,2). 



MITCHELL, ANTHONY P. - 31 Sum 
merhill Lane St. Louis, MO 6301 1 - History. 



MOORE, CHRISTOPHER FORREST - 
2412 Lawndale Drive Greensboro, NC 27408 
- History -Phi Eta Sigma (1 ), Phi Beta Kappa (4), 
Magna Cum Laude, Chi Psi (1-4), SAB (2,3), 
Superdance (1), WLUR (2,3), Mock Conven- 
tion (3). 



MOORE, THOMAS REVELEY - 1 6730 J.M. 
Pearce Road Monkton, MD 21111 - Sociology 
- Beta Theta Phi (2-4), Cob Lax (2-4), WLUR 
(4), Minks (3,4). 



MULLENIX, DOUGLAS ). - 47 Clermont 
Lane St. Louis, MO 63124 - History. 



MURDOCH, |OHN FOSTER - 164 North 
Washington Street Easton, MD 21601 - Busi- 
ness Administration. 



MYERS, EDWARD N. - 428 Seabreeze 
Avenue Palm Beach FL 33480 - Geology 
-Cross Country (1-4) Captain. 



NELLIGAN, KATHERINE WINGFIELD - 
1663 Link Road Lynchburg, VA 24503 - Span- 
ish - Big Brother Big Sister, Soccer (1 ), Tennis 
(2). 



NELSON, ELEANOR C. - 60 Westharr 
Green 300 Ridge Road Richmond, VA 23229 

1 nglish 



NEWMAN, MARK TILDEN - 319 Clifton 
Blvd. Clifton, N| 07013 - American History 
-Dean's List, Kappa Sigma (1-4), Mock Con- 
vention (3), Mock Constitutional Convention 
(3), Calyx (1). 



NEWMARK, JENNIFER S. - 2668 Moss 
Lane Marietta GA 30067 - English/French. 



NEWTON, WILLIAM W. - 509 Cleveland 
Street Greenville, SC 29601 - History. 



NORTON, W. LEE - 407 North 4th Street 
Opelika, AL 36801 - Economics. 



ONORATO, ANTHONY JOSEPH - 419 
Woodland Avenue Emporium, PA 1 5834 - Bi- 
ology - Dorm Counselor (3), Asst. Head Dorm 
Counselor (4), Football (1-4), close personal 
friend of EM HUFFMAM (3.5,4). 



OWEN, ROBERT JAMES - Route 1, Box 
388 Gainesville, VA 22065 - American History 
- Vann Award (4), Debate Team (2,3), In- 
ternat'l Club (1-4), Alpha Phi Omega (2-4). 



PARKER, ALSTON P. - 923 Drohoner Place 
Baltimore, MD 21210 - Economics - EC Rep 
(4), Lax (3,4) Captain (3,4), Diving Team (2), 
Golf (1 1, Trident (2,3-Pres.2,3), SAB (1-3), Stu- 
dent Recruitment (1-3), KKG (4). 



PARKINS, ELIZABETH J. - 702 Dallam 
RoadMewark, DE 19711 -Journalism -Dean's 
List (4), Soccer (1-4), Lax (3), Peer Counseling 
(2), Editor Ring-Tum-Phi (4), WLUR (2), Cable 
9 (3), VP Sigma Delta Chi (4). 



PARKS, BERTRAND B. - Route 6, Box 369 
Searcy, AR 72143 - History. 



PARSONS, ASHLEY KIRSTEN - 5189 N. 
Racquet Club Place Memphis, TN 38117 - 
French - Ariel staff (1), Chi Omega (4), 
Women's Soccer Mgr (3,4), Women's Lax Mgr 
(3). 



PAYNE, H. RICHARD - 2416 Winton Ter- 
race East Fort Worth, TX 76109 - Business 
Administration/ Accounting. 



PETERSON, CLARK A. - 10656 Latehama 
Cr Fountain Valley, CA 92708 - Politics. 



PETINO, PIETRO M., JR. - 181 Meisel 
Avenue Springfield, N| 07081 - Economics - 
ROTC (2-4), Phi Gamma Delta (1-4) Rush 
Chair (2) Pledge Ed (3) Rec Sec (4), Gamma 
Society (3,4), Film Society (2,3). 



PETZOLD, MAX WILLIAMS - 3210 NW 
37th Street Gainesville, FL 32605 - Business 
Administration - Dean's List (4), Baseball (1-4), 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 



PHILLIPS, JULIAN P., JR. - 2430 Sagamore 
Drive NW Atlanta, GA 30305 - English. 



PHOA, CYNTHIA A. - 3358 Kilmore Drive 
Lakeland, FL 33803 - English. 



PICKETT, AMY HALL - 1584 St, Andrews 
Dr., Oakmont, PA 15139 - Politics - Calyx 
(2,3), Trident (2,3,4), GHQ (2,3,4), Student 
Rep., Pittsburgh Alumni Chapter (3,4). 



PIERPAN, CHRISTOPHER GOODWIN - 
749 E. Broad St., Westfield, Nl 07090 - Politics 



- Phi Kappa Psi (2,3,4), Investments Club, Asst. 
Dir. (4), FMA (4), Faculty E. C. Undergrad. 
Rep. (4). 



PIERSON, VALERIE - 5100 Forest Oaks Dr., 
Greensboro, NC 27406 - Economics - Pi Sigma 
Alpha (3,4), Phi Eta Sigma (1), ODE (4), Best 
Products Honor Scholor (1-4), Dean's List (1- 
4), Honor Roll (1-4), Who' Who (4), Coeduca- 
tion Steering Committee (1), Tennis (1 ,2), Sup- 
erdance (1), Stu. Recruitment (2), Dorm Coun- 
selor (2), Mock Convention Secretary, Steering 
Comm.and Executive Comm. (2,3,4), FMA (3), 
Big Sister (3), Contact (4), KKG (4), Self-Study 
Comm. (4), College Republicans (1-4). 



PIMBLETT, MARGARET MARY - 14Cedar 
Lane, Newport News, VA 23601 - lournalism/ 
Communications/Musicology - Honor Roll 
(3,4), Dean's List (3,4), Chorus (1-4), Worn. 
Chorus (3,4), JubiLee (3,4), Concert Guild 
(3,4), WLUR (1-4), Cable 9 (1-4), Ring Turn Phi 
(2-40, R.A. (3,4), White Book Revisions 
Comm. (3), APO (2,3), Univ. Theater (4). 



PIPKIN, JOHN GEORGE - 3011 Wood- 
home Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234 - English/ 
Philosophy/German - Jim Stump Award in 
German, Jean Amory Award for distiguished 
critical writing (3), Wilkinson Scholar (4), 
Lambda Chi Alpha (1-4, Pres. 3), WLUR (1-4). 



PLATT, DREW W. - 10057 Litzsinger Rd. 
St. Loius, MO 63124 - Drama. 



PUTNEY, KELLY SUE - 13 Sleepy Oaks, 
Houston, TX 77024 - Psychology. 



QUAGLIATTA, R. SCOTT - 5373 Brook- 
way, Apt. 2, Columbia, MD 21044 - Business 
Administration/Accounting. 



RATCLIFF, TODD MCHENRY - 1 300 12th 
Street, Huntington, WV 25701 - English. 



RAWLS, THOMAS F. - 18126 Gunn Hwy., 
Odessa, FL 33556 - Physics/Engineering. 



READ, HEIDI LEA - 166 Hawthorne Dr., 
Winchester, VA 22601 - lournalism - Dean's 
List (4), Honor Roll (4), Ring Turn Phi (4, edi- 
tor). Pub. Board (4), Ski Team (3,4), Mock Con- 
vention (3). GHQ (3,4). 



REAVY, DAVID JOHN ).,- 1138 South 
Keim Street Pottstown, PA 19464 -Business 
Administration/Accounting -Water Polo (1-4) 
Co-Captain (3,4), Swimming (1-4) Co-Captain 
(4). 



REDFOOT, RICHARD S. - 1637 Pleasant 
Valley Road Chehalis, WA 98532 -Art. 



RENUART, ARTHUR SULLIVAN - 1026 
Hardee Road Coral Gables, FL 33432 -History. 



REYNOLDS, JESSICA CLAIRE - 500 Plant- 
ation Ct C-5 Nashville, TN 3722 1 -lournalism - 
Dean's List (2,3), Co-Captain soccer team (1), 
Minority Stu. Assoc. (1,2,3), Stu. Recruitment 
(3,4), Volleyball (2,3,4), Sorr. Advisory Comm 
(1,4), Ring Turn Phi (2), Trident (1-4), WLUR 
(1), KKG (4). 



ROACH, JOHN CHOATE - 304 Ute Trail, 
Frankfort, Ky 40601 - Economics/History - Ed- 
ward L. Pinney Prize (4), ODK (4), ODE (4), 
Cold Check Comm. (1), Coed. Steering Comm. 
(1), Contact (3, 4-Co-Chair.) IFC Treasurer (4), 
Kappa Sigma Treasurer (4), Mock Convention 
Chair. (3). 



ROBERTS, CHRISTOPHER B. - 209 Chap- 
man Rd., Greenville, SC 29605 - History. 



ROBINSON, E. LUCKETT, II - 4051 
Wimbledon Dr., Mobile, AL 36608 - Econ- 
omics. 



ROSENTHAL, ELLYNN MAKLYN -17646 
Woodridge Ct., South Bend, IN 46635 - Busi- 
ness Admin. - Drama (1,3), FMA (3,4). 



ROWE, JOSEPH F., Ill -4403 Ericcson Dr., 
Hampton, VA 23669 - Biology. 



RUSSO, JASON J.-7231 Cadence Ct., Col- 
umbia, MD 21046 - Economics. 



SACKETT, PETER C. -1 South HornerDr 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 - History/Spanish. 



SALERNO, JULIE -236 S. Bald Hill Rd., New 
Canaan, CT 06840 - History/French - Who's 
Who, Dean's List (3), Honor Roll (4), Stu. Re- 
cruitment (2-4, Chair. 3,4), Mock Convention 
Chair. (3), Time Capsule (4), Superdance (1 ,2), 
Self-Study (4). 



SALZMAN, ALEXA A. -66 28th Street, 
Atlanta, GA 30309 - Economics - Soccer (1-4), 
Lacrosse (3), Kathekon (4). 



SANDS, FRANK M., JR. -551 2-N Little Falls 
Rd., Arlington, VA 22207 - Economics - 
Dean's List (4), Lacrosse (1,2), Kappa Alpha 
Order (1-4). 



SARBER, L. JOHNSON, III -2644 Robin 
Hood Rd., Roanoke, VA 24014 - Philosophy - 
|im Stump prize in German (2), Dean's List 
(2,3,4), Honor Roll (2,4), Soccer (1-4), Health 
& Alcohol Awareness Comm. (1). 



SAVAGE, KENNON MARY - HCalvert 
Ct., Piedmont, CA 94611 - Sociology/ 
Anthropology - Who's Who (4), Dean's List 
(3,4), Honor Roll (4), Tennis (1-4), Cross 
Country (1), Kathekon (3,4), Gen. Volunteers 
(3,4 Co-Head), Dorm Counselor (3,4), Live 
Drive (3,4), Big Sister (2,3), Athletic Comm. 
(1,2). 



SCHAEFFER, DONALD - 3 Water's Edge 
PI., Lexington, KY 40502 - Economics/East 
Asian Studies - Phi Eta Sigma (1), East Asian 
Studies Award (4), ODE (4), Golf (1,3,4), 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (1-4), Peer Counselor (4). 



SCHIEKE, HERMAN E., Ill - 56 Wallace 
Manor Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037 - History. 



SCHULTZ, JEFFREY P. -412 Lee St. No. 1, 
Evaston, IL 60202 - French - Senior Honors 
Thesis (4), Phi Beta Kappa, Honor Roll (1,2), 
Elizabeth Garrett Scholarship in French (3), 
Phi Eta Sigma (1), Lambda Chi Alpha (1-4), 
WLUR (2), Glee Club (1 ,2,4), Univ. Chorus (4), 
Lang. Lab (2). 



SCHWARTZ, JEFFREY R. -10 Deerfield Rd., 
St. Louis, MD 63124 - Business Administra- 
tion. 



SHADY, MICHAEL ALAN - 335 Lenape 
Dr., Berwyn, PA 19132 - lournalism - Dean's 
List (1,3,4), Honor Roll (4), cum laude, Ring 
Turn Phi (1-4), WLUR (1-4), Cable 9 (1-4), 
Calyx (3), Internat'l Club (3), Baseball (1), P. A. 
Announcer (2,3,4). 



SHELDON, STUART H. - 8916 Millstone 



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Cir., Lenexa, KS 66220 - English - Dean's List 
(4), Sigma Chi (1-4), Derby Days Chair. (2), 
StC. Recruitment (3,4), Ring Turn Phi (2-4), 
Water Polo (1-4), Swimming (1-4), Cable 9 (2- 
4). 



SHEPPARD, JULIA CATHERINE - 309 
South Stewart St., Winchester, VA 22601 - His- 
tory - Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1-4), |im 
Stump Prize (2), Who's Who (4), Germ. Dept. 
Scholarship (3), Martin Seevers Birely Scholar- 
ship (4), ODK (3), Phi Beta Kappa (4), Trident 
(3, VP/Treas., 4 Pres.), Dorm Counselor (3,4), 
Chorus (2,3), Mock Convention State Chair. 
(3), SAB (3,4), Calyx (2,3), WKUR (1-4), Cable 
9(1,2). 



SHERWIN, PETER JOSEPH - 731 W 
Browning Ave., Fresno, CA 93704 - Chemi- 
slry/French/German - Phi Beta Kappa (4), Phi 
Lambda Upsilon (4), Phi Eta Sigma (2), Honor 
Roll (1,2,4), Dean's List (1,2,4) , R. E. Lee Res. 
Scholar. (2,4), Reeves Or. Schol. (2,4), Fen- 
cing (1,2). 



SHISSIAS, CHARLES C. -448 Springlake 
Rd., Columbia, SC 29206 - Chemistry/Biology. 



SICLER, ELLEN - 1503 Fairway PL, Lynch- 
burg, VA 24503 - English. 



SINGLETARY, WILLIAM ROSS - P.O. Box 
1091, Thomasville, GA 31799 - Economics - 
IFC (4, Pres.), Kathekon (3,4), Basketball (1), 
Mock Convention Chair. (3), Phi Kappa Sigma 
(1-4), College Town Shop (2-4). 



SKINNER, FREDERIC P. JR., - 1546 W. 
Church St., Elmira, NY 14905 - Biology - Phi 
Kappa Psi IFC, Football, WLUR. 



SLAPPEY, BRADFORD A. -1020 S. Spring 
Garden Avenue Deland, FL -Business Admini- 
stration/Accounting. 



SLOAT, JAMES MICHAEL -621 Bay Green 
Drive Arnold, MD 21012 -Politics -Phi Beta 
Kappa (3), ODK (4), Phi Sigma Alpha (3), Phi 
Eta Sigma (1), Nat'l Science Foundation 
Honorable Mention, McDowell Award, Gar- 
rett Award in Politics (2,3), Lampast Christian 
House (2-4), IV (1-4): Executive Comm.of 
(1,2,4) Pres. (4), Constitutional Convention (2), 
Mock Convention (3), College Republicans (1- 
4), Admin. Asst. (4), University Scholars (1-4). 



SMITH, AMY REBECCA -2 Richmond 
Street Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28459 -Business 
Administration/Accounting. 



SMITH, STEPHANIE LEIGH -1 1 Whitehall 
Road East Brunswick, NJ 08816 -Art. 



SNOWDON, JULIA JEFFERIS -707 Green- 
wood Road Wilmington, DE 19807 
-Sociology/Anthropology -Dean's List (2,3), 
Honor Roll (3,4). 



SPARACIO, GEORGE G. -308 Lagoon 
Drive Copiague, L.I. NY 1 1726 -Journalism. 



SPENCER, EDWARD GLENN SCOTT -4 
Douglas Drive Newport News, VA 23601 
-Economics -Pi Kappa Alpha (1-4) Pres. (4), Ski 
Club (3), Mock Convention (3). 



SPENCER, ROBERT HOWE, JR. -51 5 West 
Main Street Danville, VA 24541 -History. 



SPIESSL, MARK 210 West Palm Drive Lake- 
land, FL 33803 -German/East Asian Studies 



-Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (3), Zeta Beta 
Tau (1-4). 



SPRATT, ROBERT HUGH, JR. -1 1 30 West 
Church Road Wyncoate, PA 19095 -History. 



STRAUCH, ROBERT E.- 900 Hillcrest Drive 
Columbia, SC 29206 -History. 



STRUTHERS, KEVIN ANDREW -2307 
Winchester Road So. Charleston, WV 25303 
-Ind. major in Music -Cum Laude, Dean's List 
(3,4), Honor Roll (3), Glee Club (1,2- 
Officer,3,4-Officer), University Chorus (2,3- 
Officer,4), Southern Comfort (1-4), University 
Theater (1 ,2), WLUR (2-4), Lambda Chi Alpha 
(1-4, Officer 2,3), Concert Guild Board (3,4). 



SURFACE, DAVID KING -4961 Morven 
Road lacksonville, FL 32210 -lournalism/ 
Communications. 



SYNDOR, EDGAR STARKE, JR> -3651 
Dunbarton Drive Birmingham, AL 35223 
-History. 



SYMONDS, DAVID L. -Route 2, Box 519 
Princeton, WV 24740 -Business Administra- 
tion/Accounting. 



TAYLOR, ROWAN G.P. -2615 NE Stanton 
Street Portland, OR 97212 -Economics- Phi 
Beta Kappa (3), ODK (4), Omicron Delta 
Epsilon (3), Phi Eta Sigma (1 ), Who's Who (4), 
Football (1-3), Dorm Counselor (3,4), Student 
Recruitment (3,4), Phi Kappa Psi (1-4). 



TEMPLE, MICHAEL DAVID -4284 Lake 
Laurel Drive Atlanta, GA 30382 -History 
-Dean's List (3,4), Academic-Athletic Honor 
Roll (3,4), WLUR (1-3), Phi Delta Theta (1-4) 
Historian (4), Baseball (1-4) and Letters (1-4) 
and Captain (4), Mock Convention (3). 



THOMASSON, BURGESS A., JR. -102 
Place Le Vert Mobile, AL 36608 -English. 



THOMPSON, DAVID E. -4217 Armstrong 
Pkwy Dallas, TX 75205 -Computer Science. 



THOMPSON, DUBOIS S., Ill -Lower 
Waterford VT 05848 -English. 



THOMPSON, IAN P. -Box 219 Cedar Point 
Road Easton, MD 21601 -Economics. 



THOMPSON, ROBERT S. 4095 North 
Broadland Road Atlanta, GA 30342 
-Economics - Dean's List (4), Phi Delta Theta 
(1-4), IM Chairman (3,4), WLUR (1-3), Mock 
Convention (3). 



THRASHER, M. MELISSA -200 Wagner 
Place Ph 105 Memphis, TN 38103 -Politics. 



TIERNAN, CATHLEEN MARIE -321 
Beachcliff Court Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
-English - Best Products Merit Scholarship (1- 
4), Elizabeth B. Garrett Scholarship (3), Phi 
Beta Kappa (4), Alpha Epsilon Delta (1 ), Phi Eta 
Sigma (1), SAB (3,4), Strudent Recruitment 
(3,4), Concert Guild (1-4, VP 3), Big Sister 
(3,4), Kappa Alpha Theta (4), University 
Chorus (1-4), Women's Chorus (3,4), lubilee 
(3,4). 



TREANOR, SCOTT C. -67 Loma Vista Bur- 
lingame, CA 94010 - Economics/lnd. Social 
Psychology. 



TUCCI, MICHAEL RANDOLPH -RD No. 
1, Box 414 Spring City, PA 19475 -English - 
Water Polo (1), Fencing (1,3,4), Riding (3). 



TUGGLE, MICHAEL D. -1307 Looper 
Drive Dalton, GA 30720 -lournalism -Dean's 
List (3,4), Honor Roll (4), Pi Kappa Phi (1-4) 
Historian (3), Ring-Tum-Phi (2-4) Entertain- 
ment Ed (3,4), WLUR (3,4), Glee Club (1-4), 
University Chorus (1-4) Historian for both (2- 
4), Southern Comfort (3,4), IFC PR Chairman 
(3). 



TURNAU, C. BRIAN -1229 Cordova Road 
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 -History . 



TYLER, J.A. JONES, III -Route 1, Box 29 
Charles City, VA 23030 -Philosophy. 



UDICIOUS, STEVEN JOHN -31 White 
Oak Road Springfield, PA 19064 -European 
History -Honor Roll (1-4), Soccer (1-4) Captain 
(4), Phi Kappa Sigma (1-4). 



URSO, JAMES ANTHONY -1546 Ingomar 
Heights Road Pittsburg, PA 1 5237 -Chemistry- 
Dean's List (1-4), Honor Roll (1,3,4), Alpha 
Epsilon Delta (2-4), Scholar-Athlete Honor 
Roll (1,3,4)-award (4), Magna Cum Laude, 
Soccer (1-4), Track & Field (1-4, Captain 4), Pi 
Kappa Phi (1-4), Dorm Counselor (3,4), Mock 
Convention (3). 



VEGSO, BETSY ANNE -14 North Drive 
Buffalo, NY 14216 -English - ODK (4), Ariel 
(1-4, Ed 3,4), Pub Board (3,4), Dining Hall (1- 
3.5). 



VELIUONA, MICHAEL A. -1 18 Stonewall 
Road Baltimore, MD 21228 -Biology. 



WALBURGH, CHRISTOPHER E. 
-German/Philosophy. 



WALKER, MEREDITH FRANCES -1790 
Magnolia Tree Road Germantown, TN 38138 
-German -Phi Beta Kappa (4), ODK (3), Wood 
Scholarship (2), University Scholar (1-3), Peer 
Counseling (2-4, Head 4), University Chorus 
(1-4), Mger. Arlington Women's Center (2-4), 
Big Sister (2-4), SAB (2-4), Library Advisory 
Committee (3). 



WALLACK, ANDREA EVE -2810 Gale 
Road Wayzata, MN 55391 -Biology. 



WASKIEWICZ, ANTHONY S., JR. -9221 
Gardenia Road Baltimore, MD 21236 
-Business Administration . 



WEBB, JOHN W. -1307 179th Place NE 
Bellevue, WA 98008 -Geology. 



WESSEL, KERI M. -4101 Flintlock Court 
Glenelg, MD 21 737 -Sociology/Anthropology 
-Lax Mgr (1), Calyx (1), Trident (2-4, Sec 3), 
General Volunteers (3,4 Chair 4), University 
Federation (4), Chi Omega (4) Spirit Com- 
mittee (4). 



WEST, THOMAS B., II -1015 Waveland 
Road Lake Forest, IL 60045 -French. 



WHALEN, NANCY K. -1956 Carriage Hill 
Road Allison Park, PA 15101 -lournalism 
-Dean's List (1,4), Honor Roll (4), Athletic- 
Academic Honor Roll (4), Swimming (1-4), 
Water Polo Mgr (1,2), Fellowship Christian 
Athletes (1-4), Ring-Turn Phi (3,4), WLUR 
(1,4), Cable 9 (4), College Republicans (1), 



Mock Convention Assignments Ed (3), Pub 
Board (4). 



WHITE, H. HUNTER -512 South Gaskin 
Road Richmond.VA 23233 -History/English. 



WIENER, DONALD RUSSEL -4140 
Tuckahoe Memphis, TN 38117 -Business 
Administration -Dean's List (1,4), Ring-Turn 
Phi (1), Mock Convention (3), WLUR (3,4), 
Cable 9 (3). 



WILLARD, CHRISTOPHER LACY -293 
Stratfordshire Road Winston-Salem, NC 
27104 -History -Dean's List (3,4), Honor Roll 
(3), Sigma Chi (1-4 Rush Chair 3), IFC Sec (4), 
SAB (3,4), Big Brother (2), Sorority Advisory 
Comm. (4), Student Recruitment (4). 



WILLIAMS, GREGORY D. -8996 Kil- 
downet Court Vienna, VA 22180 -Biology. 



WILLIAMS, S. TAYLOR -230 East 79th New 
York City, NY 10021 -Economics -Dean's List 
(3), Calyx (2), Club Lax (2-4), Phi Kappa Sigma 
(1-4), Mock Convention (3), Mock Constitu- 
tion (3). 



WILLIAMS, TRACY A. -255 Alameda Blvd. 
Coronado, CA 921 1 8 -Psychology -Dean's List 
(2-4), Honor Roll (2-4), Academic-Athletic 
Honor Roll (2-4), Soccer (2-4), Cross Country 
(2), Track (3), Tennis (1), Women's Forum Co- 
Chair Sports & Rec (1,2), Superdance (1-4), 
Peer Counselor (1-4), Health Ed. Committee 
(4), Constitutional Convention (2), Mock Con- 
vention (3). 



WINGFIELD, THOMAS W. -629 Torrence 
Drive Gastonia, NC 28054 -Business Adminis- 
tration. 



WOLF, ROBERT DAVID -6760 River 
Springs Lane Atlanta, GA 30328 -Politics. 



WOOd, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER -3809 
Thalia Drive Virginia Beach, VA 23452 
-Business Administration. 



YATES, SCOTT M. -126 Starline Drive 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 -Economics -Wrestling 
(1,2), University Symphony (1-4), lazz En- 
semble (2,3), W&L Musicals (2-4). 



YEAGER, KEVIN L. -3824 Mercersburg 
Road Mercersburg, PA 17236 - History. 



YU, EDWARD C. -P.O. Box 4695 Lexin- 
gton, VA 24450 -Economics -Secretary EC (4), 
Student Recruitment (2-4), Phi Kappa Psi (1-4, 
Academic Advisor 2). 



ZAHN, STEVEN R. -2033 Sunset Point, Vir- 
ginia Beach, VA 23454 -History/German. 




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