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i ix'ill long remember ti)c joumcy tt>it brougl^t dud) content- 
ment and majesty to my life. J left tiyz niounLuu> ot Iik 
tlortlj and traded tt)em for mere bills - rolling off into tl>: 
distance as f ar as tlje eye could see. Djese ()ill&, covered in 
tall grasses tv'oiJd n4)isper reiki) tl>: 8ligt)tc8t toudj of tvind - 
and - wiyxi could Ijappen in sud) a moment tx'as bieatljtak- 
ing. Slotvly tbe nnnd tv^ould pick up strengtf) a\\i tf>e 
grasses tvould transform into ttjc sea: rolling - nvauing - 
djuming on and on giving form to a ponder none can ever 
lay eyes uporu. 



y n sud) a moment, D lost my P)old on time. ?T>y eyes focused 
and visions of a post - beyond ttjat recorded in fjistory - 
formed in ttje vast space before me, Cimc ran in reverse as 
Wyz land came to life, rvfjispcring in a language lost in tlje 
passing of time. I3ut imderstanding exact rvords n'as not 
nccccssory, for tfje land speaks in sud) strong emotions, one 
only (jos to feel ttje story to understand. ?^nd tf}us a legend 
rvas told - from tljc very beginning lasting as long as ftje wind 
r\70uld allon?-. 



I \yz legend rvas made of endless stories, painting a vivid vision of tJje area's 
fjistory. Cfje grasses spoke of ttje elder trees and youttjful flowers, 
accepting breezes running in from ttjc meadoiv, rvfjile birds of all species 
formed a chorus Ijigf) above in a doudlcss, soppfjire sky. Cfjey spoke of 
endless animals all sf)aring tlje a land of meadorvs, forests, streams arxi 
ponds, all connected as Vdcktjex Doture planned- 



1 1)6 stories rvcnt on witl) times of storm and of renerval - of tf)e first 
s one f)Ouse to intrude on Doture's solitude. ?^ small, tnxj-story f)ome 
t( a family tvfjo took care to respect t{)eir surroundings. Coday, 
X ature takes back tt)is ancient structure - for tl)c roof is gone - ttje 
n ills norv used as an intricate trellis for vines. Cbe rvf)ole tf)ing a 
beautiful cycle - |)olding its onrn stories for yet anott)er time-. 



'ixKJuld f)avc listened to \Syz wind's voice endlessly, for my soul was never at sud) ease, 
but tt)c worH shifted, tijc grasses stopped swaying and D lost tf)e voice in tl)c endless 
fields. ?^nd so, tf)c feelings "3 felt - tt)e emotions passed from Dature to me - fjavc 



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in my enlivened soul. ^ soul \fyA will endlessly dream of tf)Ose gently rolling 
bills and tf)e voice ttjat spoke witt) magic - n'bispering visfons of a spectao 
time wljen all of creation exisiting tvitt) Nature's bormo-^ - rhmnc^ 





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Mitjratiibtioiit^ to thc^ \nembere of the Delaware 
V^.^llc^y Colkj<? tjratiu.^tiiicj daee of 2007. You ha\/e been 
yreyareJ \/e\y weW at PVC to enter the world of woti ov 
to ooiitinud^ your formal educatm in Qraduate or 
yrofeee\ona\ echooV 1 offer my bc?6t w\ehee to you for 
ooiitiiiu^J eucceee ae you ooiititiua to work toward your 
tjo^b. 

It hae been vory rc?w:3rJiiuj for me to obeers/e your growth 
duriiitj your tim(? hora at PVC. You havo (]rown both socially 
and intollc^otu-illy, davdopod orcjanizational ekilb, and hava 
learned to work together toward 00111111011 Qoale. It \e my 
hope? that your learnlnQ and growth at PVC will eerve ae an 
iiiepiration to you ae you qo forward. 1 encouracje you 
novor to I06O your dee\re for learnmQ. 

Wiiilo your Commencement \e a major mileetone in your lif d^, 
it \e a be(}\nn\nQ and not an end. You ha\/e muoh to look 
forward to and many opport-unitioe to £^(?izc^. 

Acjain, I of for my bo^t wi^ho^ to eadi of you for a bright 
and happy f utiiro and aek that you remember and support 
your alma mater in the coming yeare. 

Sincerely, 

Dr. 'Vnomae C. Laamor ~ Free\dent 



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Dear Met\terc- of the C\a'~> of 200 /: 

Wlwt 3t\ axoitiruj tinif? for each of you! You have 
achie\'eA 3 itiiJjor milestone! in your liff'? jounvy awi 
X- you !?<avor X\ie itioiTidiit you caw a\\XAc\\''a\e thcS^J 
opporttitiitit'c- a\\A \'Oi>^\?W\ee aheaJl. ^H 

Vl^e eAucat\ow you h:Wt? re^relvec^ at VebMare Valley 
Collfiia has? }pre\pareci you Vciry wc^ll for your ne\t 
chaWengee. whc^thc^r work or iiraduatt? t-tudy. You 
have ijaiticd academic ino\,v\eAy ae^ we\\ ae practical 
e\ye\-\enc€: a \a\ueA ooniHnatioii of ek\\\e that will 
^.i\e you wdl. In you, our Collifij? iviiij^ion has- been 
realize- J. You have beew prepared for "ni(?aiiiiii]ful 
fereoi]a[ anJ profc'CTjional livc^? and leadfrt-hip rolcst? in 
earvioc" to the? coniiTiunity" a\^d feyond. A|r'|.''r^oiatin,j 
t\ie "importance? and nc^iVtv^ity of lifc^lon^ l^arninij" 
will aeeure a future that iw rich with nciw e\pex\e\\cee, 
challifi i.Xl\ jnJ aA\ entwei-. 

A i-juote anionti thr- writnys? o'i Mark. Twain is? one 
that hat? special nieaninj at this? time in your live? ae 
you graduate: "Twenty yeai y f roiri now you will he 
more dii?appointed by the thin.j'j; you didn't So than 
by the onee yoLi did Ao. 60 throw off tlie bowline?. 
rail away f i-om the safe harbor. Cat^-h the trade 
windtHH your t-jile. Explore. Pream. Pitx'over." 

Oonijratiilation? and Veet- wishe? a? you embark on a 
new path iti your life journey! 



hic'Mii.j thii 

imtvi-t ant nilie-j'Tont' 111 yoiir rc'-ypective profetvncnal 

r-areera KeceMiin a Paclielor o^ Science Pe.jree b the 

firt^t ?te^'' iii ai-hievituj career ijcal-^ and acfiraticn-3. 

Tlie fiieivl? tlwt you have made at Delaware \ alley 

CoUeoe will luyefully be lif e-lon.3 f riea-lc-. Hie inemcrieo 

that you took aloivi tvitJt yoii will forever be a part of 

your psyche and we hope they 3i\-e kind and 

ri.^ni(H!nient-ai-y menicriei?. It'^^ been i-ald that friends? 

' - ■ r-'n.^'-ir';- .ire t wo of lif e'e I nos^t preciou-ji tre*JHJre? 

. '- ':'i we jrow the more preciout- tliey becorrie. 

A^^ e,AA\ of you be-i^in yair creer^s remernl'^ 

that you'll nee J to co\ itinue your e^tication t-o keep 

the cuttlnj ed^e of your respective fieldti 

-ymsnt. Tliie ineane atteiidinj vvorkC'liopST 

'.f?. convent-ione. forum?, additional cLi??e?, 

' ■ --:eyi- Peciree or e\'eti a FI1.P., because 

'-loiiij procecvi Wlien I attended 

leije, iiiUidi of wlut I learned then i? 

nav r-. the rea-3on one neetfe to continue 

■Hie your reijpect-ive career pathv?\ 

■.'ti"i.=ite tlie power of poiMtiV'e 

' \-'e-> wlvn you will e\pene\\ce 

^vf\^r, a pc>?itive attitude 

:i!akiiiii a ne<jativ^ into a 

, ei-y c|vclal In your cwn way, 

■ liat you will make u« all PVC 

\ ery b(Vit a? ytXJ betiin your 

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V-lllr^ Collfijt". It W,V- J Jr-,-|-''iii| 1 tl' 

point ft'fVV.irJ will lUAV cit''ini:-y<.'U .■. I iiL 

wotkiei-td iittitutioii. 'tou Iwvc" coirir? j lonj wjy 
from tlie wide-eyeA f rfi5hiTi(?n or uncc'rl'.^iii 
tran-:-fer rtu.taitv I (\rei?t^.\ .st Oric^iit^tion. &jd 
thc^ii yoLi We're worUc^riiy if you UaA ma-lc" tlic; 
right dc'fit'ion in chootsiiii Pt?bnv.ir(f \/d\ey CollcV)<? 
:ind Ivre you ^-src? a fcW ohort yc^iirt- L^td-r prc'p^i-?d 
for wluitcvsr ;swi)itr you. 1 know tluit yixi havj? 
\e.ar\\ed a cyreat ^eA in thc^ intei-v<?ninij yc'.irt?. You 
Iwve ij-'fineLl <a tfchnioiil c'xfvi^itt' in your oluxvn 
fit^U, and you have- de\e\o\'>ed XW- Ic^jd^rc^hip a\\\ 
inte^ii-Vrt'Onal eHW-:- that will -c-^we you wdl. You can 
taki? priJc? in the" Aeiyree you \va\'e earned 
3t<atistici7 show th.it th^ tinit^ and money you 
have meeted in yourrc?lf will lu'^ hejin to p-^yoff 
with mort? o.^rt^t^r optiont-, better promotion 
.■'pport^.lMitic*^' and higher over.ill earm\jie tiwn 
your fnendi- who J\d not etkk it out tx' eee the 
day. When you look kick at yair time? epc-nt hc'rt', I 
hope" it will be with fond m^morift? of ijooJ tinift- 
and 0ocd fhend-:-. And I hopc^ tlwt thoee of vn- iii 
5t-Uc1?nt Aff.^irs have \tad a positive^ impact on 
your exyenence lic're. &e aec-ared. we are hc'ttei', 
for h.%iiy )iinown you. 3eet of luck in all you ■.lo. 




To thc^ aat?r of 2007: 

Coiujr:itiibtion^ on jiclii^ving thiti iTiilc^i^toiif^! Your 
c'Juccition hart? at PVC hae prepared you wall for 
your future. Ae you niov? forwiird witti this ne\t 
cli.ipt<?r in your lifif, I wouLI of far t-hi^ advice: 

I . KamaiTibar thiit eucceee racjuiras hard woii, 
and t\\e tliituji? that mattar iTio«t in lifa are 
thoee that you aarn yoursalf. No oiia will ever 
accut^a you of having too t^'troiui of a work athic. 

?. . C^iva back to otiiara Tike pride in volunt aaring 
your tima in your coniinunity and thoL=ia 
orjanizatiorit^ witti wliich you hava a epacial 
connection. 

i, . be tiua to yoLirralf. Navar fiaeitata to £?tanJ 
firm on your convictions?. 

^. Taka tha high road in timas of coirflict-. It may 
he tha path la~- travalaLl, Kit you will navar 
hava to apologiza for ut?ing it-. 

6,. Calabrata and charit-h your family and friai^fe 
At tha and of your lif a, you will navar rajrat tha 
tima you hava apant with thoisa who are dear 
to you and who support you along your journay. 

Fieae-e ramanibar to kaap in touch witti your alma 
matar. Wa look forwar^^ to your t-uppoiir in tha 
yaart^ to coma! 

I wish aach of you much happinas?6 and •jMJc-i.-ai.H-, I'oth 
part-onally and profas?e^ionally, now and inthafutiira. 



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he Delaware Valley College cheerleading team look part at the 2007 Reach The Beach National 

hccilLMiiniL' ('oiiipLMilii)n and finished second oul of two loams in iheir division. 

he Augies battled with Nassau Community College (NY) m the all-girl, small college advanced divismii 

Delaware Valley competitots were Kristin Antonaccio, Jess Brown. Siobhan Carroll, Jen DeL;n 
Ashley GrolT, Kelly Harding, Joss Hollway. Sarah Parisi, Irisha Pritts, Sara Schwartz, Lisa Takacs. S, 

N'nibol, AslilcN N'ulpi, Brandy Wakcman and C! Yodcr 

The Delaware Valley College cheerleading team competed at the two events over the March 24-25 
weekend and took lop honors at one while placing second at another. 

The AL'iiios loppoil U\o olhois loams lor liisl-place accolades at Sunday's Kevslonc Stale Spnny Cheer 
Championships just one day alter finishing second out ol three teams at the Mid Atlantic Cheer "Ch( 
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Sunday's championship saw Delaware Valley best a co-ed team from Marywood University and a squad 
mm College Misericordia. One of the Aggies' stunt groups took home the trophy in the Individual Stunt 
( Iroup Category. Members of the group were Jen DcLucia, Ashley Groff, Sarah Schwartz. Sarah Vrabel 
and C.J. Voder. 

hat same stunt group also took top honors at Saturday's meet. As a team, Delaware Valley competed 
in the Open Division, went up against the Triple Threat All-Stars and the Thunder Elite Open All-Stars 

and placed second. 





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vvom(?n't- croee count t-y tem]e. unAer 

Ufj\A c03cU Eci AiiJr(?wlc'vifh, rc^cviitly 

wr.^[.yeJ up tlic' 2000 r.^nipioii. 'T\^e 

Kllif wo\]\c'\] v\3ceA 1 1th out of 14 

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OonfcTc'ikv i.MAO'' Oh.=impionL-hipL- wliil<f 

the' m(fii finidic'J 12th. Pot h t lit? 

nic'ii juA wonic'ii [i^ceA tvooiici jit the' 

AllTLiht Oollc'dc' liiMt.^itioiul ivitli tlic' wonic'ii jtkv fiiii!?hiiici iit^ the' mnMc'r-u|.'' 

jt tTic' OHvyii^JJ-Mc'ivy Oolkjc' liivitjtioiijil lOotohor 7\ ' 

Fivt'-linun Pritt.iny tr-ohvvjrtz c'.^riic'J jll-MAO, tvooiij-tojin accohAee ae 
t-hc' \ijceA 1 J'th o\it of 132 L-oni).vtitort- 3t thif oonfrrc'iioc' 
oh.impoiidiipt^ with 3 6K. raoc? tiitio of 2(3 niiiiutc't-, J^ J^.j^^f- ;?c^ooiiJt?. trho 
took top honort- at the 0HvyiiOcH-M(?roy Invitatioiiiil with a 5K race tme of 
^ ' iiiinutc't-, 1 6 t-oooiiJtr. trohwjirtz abo pbct?d eacond at thc^ Albriiiht 



tTLTlioitioro :?jr.i Pi-ovvn, who pLvoJ olrtii jt tho MAOt=> iat-t^ year, \\uyro\eA in 200(3 a^ hor timo of 23- ininuto^, 
1 5.73 eeconAe wai? ,voA onou.ih for 4!?tli rlace. ^rown wae alec fifth at Ivtli tho OHvynoAi-Moroy Inv it.^tion.^l 
l22: 1 7^ a\]A tho Albrliht Invit.ition.il i2!3:!3?.44\ 3ophoitiorc' K.^tio Lomonoolli anA ftvdinun AiiuikI^ ^arr rounJo.i 
out tho \ive eccrere at tho MAC Chjinriont^hio;?. Loinonoolli wae 34th with a tinio of 30 ininutc't\ 3. 1 7 eeco\)At-' 
whilo P.irr rTimo of J>4 ininutor, 1 2.7 2 ^^ooonJr pL^oo.i her 1 1 4th. Molitw^ PlourJo, Miohello ^cAerck, anA Nicob 
Frooino are oomivtoJ at the' oonforonoo ovont. 



r-'OAvn for tho A,^l^lc't^ t'UeylaceA ewtU at the envyno.li-Mc'roy lnvit.=itioiL=il 



^ophoinoro Kiioliol Fc'.iorioo luJ .^ tf-'tronj t- ... .... ..-. — -.---, ^, 

l2 !2: 1 3^ anA v^ac-' twonth at the AllrMlit lnvitiition.il i2or02.3\ Frot^hnun Mo.ih.in Hunt^ikor anA tr-ophoiiioro Jonnifor 

.int^ikor UaA a top 3K tinio'of 2 / ininutot^ 20.32 i?ooonA- ae 



Pol Polito were ec\\A oomivtitorr' for PoLiw.=irc' \ .^lloy. Huut^ikor Ua.1 a Toy 
eheiiaceA 1 4th at tho Pobw.^ro Valley Inv itjtionl Pol Polito't^ Ivt^t t\ 
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Senior Oi-yt?t.il Oi-.=iici awA oophomoro Nioolo »3oih rouidoJ out tho wo\ue\]e rceter for tho \ivee. Crjiiij ooinivtoJ at 
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lii.\ic?y tt?ani b unJc^r tht? dir(?(:tion of 
iic^vv Ut'^A coach Carol Pi L^irolaino. T1i^ 
Atjtjic?;? ivc?nt 1 0-9 overall awi 
,]i\al\f\ecl for the freedom Confere\re 
pUyofft^ witli a 4-5 leaaue mark. 

Pi L-irolanio came to P<?lawar^ Vallc-y followiiuj a c-'\\-yea\' !?tiiit at N^uiiiaim. 
trhf? k1 tht? Aaalee to a rc^oorJ-tyiiuj, fi\ c'-.janic' winniiicj rtr^ak early in the" 
sr'c^at-oii, aiiJ tlvii -j'aw her t\]LiaJ oliiioh a playoff Ivrth vvitli Iwk-t o-haok 
oonfertfiio^ wiiit^ over FPLI-Rorhani aid Prc?w Lliiivcrt-ity, 

Delaware Valley AroyyeA a 6-3 J(?oi6ioii at c^V(?iitual Freedom Coiifoivnoc? 
ohainpoii Kwvyj^ Colleae in the tVinifiiL4\ hut Pi L-irolaiiio wae named the L-onfc'ronoc''L- Coaoh of the' Var for hor 
cH'fortt\ Pc'L^wai-c' Valloy alt^o took home aiiotht?r oonftfrc-noc? award ae E^^thany Pavlik wae warned tiit? Freedom 
Ponfcfronoc- Kookio of the? \ear awd a ^d-conJ-td'ani, all-oonf(?r^noc? irolc^otion. Pavlik, a frt?t^litiiaii nHfi?Ut?r, fiiiit?ht?J 
eecowd o\\ tlv toain in hoth cjoalt^ aiiJ points- aid loJ tlic- way in jan lo-winniiicj tallic't^ with thrc^c-. Wer a\era<.y of 0.i33 
iioalt^ por .jaino raiikoJ t^isth in tho Freedom Ponfc'ronoc', while- hor 1 .42 poiiitr- p^r oontot^t raiikoJ ninth. 

trophoiiioro "^ovnard Miohollo Cornohyl aid tvnior Jofcfidor Pawn Edit? haci hj oampaitiiitr aid were firt<-tc?aiii all- 
Freedom Coiifc'rc?iioc' honor^di? for thd fir;?t time? in tht?ir oarc^drt^. Cc?rnobyl yaced the Ky^ee witli 1 3 cjoalt? aiiJ 19 
pointi? aiiJ plaoc-J in th^ oonforc^nLc''t? top fivt? in c^aoh oatc?jory. trho wae wamed the FrooJom Ponfc-rc^ikv Playor of 
the- Woc-k for tho lasrt wook of tho rOcjular t^c'atron ae ehe ecored four ijoalt^ in two ,yamee; inoluJiiuj a liat triok in tho 
playoff-olinohitij win ovc-r Prow. Pornohyl thou followoJ with two joalt? in tlio playoff lots? to Kinj';?. 

Edit^ led a Polawaro Valloy Jofoiit^o that iiotohoJ fivo t^hutoutt^ o\\ tho Lvat?on, inoLdiiij wiiit^ o\er FroOcioni 
Cow'rerew-e foee Wilkot? Llnivort^ity aid FPLl-Florhani. E.dit^ wat^ one of fivo t^oniors? who ended thoir oollo.jiato careere 
ill 2006. Joining hc?r on that lit^: were Shannon f^hivak, PobHo Fultz, Ahhy Poiit^iiiijor aid tsrit^-ta Palmor. One of tho 
top miJfiodort^ in Acijio hit^tory, 3hivak finit^hoJ tvooid in tho FrooJoiii PonfVroikv aid eet a Polawaro Valloy t^iiujlo- 
eeaeon record with nino aeelete in 1 9 ijamee. trho aleo added fivo tjoab to fiiiit?h tioJ for tliir.i on the team \n 
tvoriiitj with 1 P poilltt^ trhivak oiiJo.i lior career with 1 9 yale and 1 6 ae^iete for 34 pointt?. Fultz, a fot-waid ha J 
tho bicVjoc^t eeaeon of hor Polawaro Valloy career ae ehe ecored oicjht tjoab and ae^leted on three othere for 1 9 
yomte- tyiiicj 5hivak for thirJ on tho team. For her career, Fultz totaloJ 1 7 ooalt^ aiiJ t?i\ at^it^tt? for 40 point.?. A 
four-yoar lottorwinnor aid throo-yoar etarter, Poiiriiujor wat^ a koy ooiiiponont to tho Delaware Valloy Jofoiit?o aid 
lo.i tho t?c-iua.i with t^ovon Jofoik^ivo t?avot?. Palmor, a iiiLifiodor/ foi-warJ, re\o\ned the ec\uad after a year off and 
aeeleted on ono ojoal for ono point in 1 4 ijamot-. 




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The Delaware Valley College football team was picked to finish in a tie for third place in the 2007 M iddle Atlantic Conference (MAC) 
preseason coaches' poll that was announced earlier today at the conference's media luncheon at King's College. 

The Aggies, who won the conference title in both 2004 and 2005 and finished second last season, received one of the eight, first-place 
votes and registered 34 total points in the poll. That put them in a tie with King's for the third spot. 

Defending MAC champion and nationally-ranked Wilkes University garnered five, first-place votes and finished atop the poll with 55 
points. Widener University received the remaining two, first-place votes and placed second with 47 points. 

The entire 2007 MAC preseason coaches' poll is as follows: 

I.Wilkes University — 55 points 

2. Widener University — 47 points 

3. Delaware Valley College — 34 points 

3. King's College — 34 points 

5. Lebanon Valley College — 33 points 

6. Lycoming College — 3 1 points 

7. Albright College — 25 points 

8. FDU-Florham ~ 1 6 points 



Delaware Valley, under second-year head coach Jim Clements, returns 30 letterwinners, including 1 starters, from last year' s squad 




'elaware Valley begms its 2007 season on Saturday, September 1 ( i :00 p.m. ) when it travels to Division 1-AA toe lona L ollege. Mon- 
conference road games at Division III powers Wesley College and Salisbury University follow before conference play begins on 
Saturday, September 29 ( 1 :00 p.m.) when the Aggies host King's. 




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200o eeaeow Tlic' Ajiiic's? were 5- 1 2- 
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Ptfbw.ire V''.'^llc^y rc'iiL=iiii(?J in ccPiitc'iitic'n 
for \t^ ^eccnA etrakjht conference yl^off Ivrtli uiifil the' l.=i!?t Aj\\/ of the 
rt'dubr ee^t-'On. Following a 0-0 tic' vvitli jonfc'trnoc' iViiuUr-t-c'.^tron oluinpioii 
FPLI-RorlLim itVtolvr 1 3\ the? ,\i-]\ee neeJeA j\ win aX l\^e Llnivc^mty or 
troMntoii oii^tVtohc'r 23 to ro.^oh the' pot^ttro.^tvn. Howovor, tlic' tc'.^in 
t'liftVivJ a 2-0 tvth.vk to tho ovontiul Frc^oJom cHumpiont?. 

f'ophoniorc't- Elitv P.iulvr j\nA Emily ron-yin.^iu luJ t-tiinJout eeaeone for 
PoL^iw.^rc' V'.^llc'y j\nA o.^rnoJ tyott-Vn tho .^ill-Frc'c' Jon i Conforonoo tojini. 
P.^uhor, j\ fovWavA, wae n.^nioJ Xo tho fir^-t to^ini for tho firt-t tinio in hi^r 
career ae eUe \eA the Ai-\c]\ee anA wae rankc'J in tho ooiifc'rc'noc''t- Xoy 1 with 1 c\oAe awA fwe ae^c^e for 2 ? pointt-. 
Her iio^l anA point tot.^& were X\eA for t-oooid in the" Froo.iom while' hor fivc' AV'it^tt^ tioJ hor for oitihtii. With 44 oiirc'c'r 
pointr', Pjulvr ir' iut^t fivt? tT'hy of ptV'iiiii 200 1 or.^.tL^tc' Pritt liuivorttvn for fifth \\ace on thf-tvliool't?' jill-tinic? li^t. 



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^Iv h^ittloJ throLkih injuric'!? anA [iayeA hoth .=ill o\/er XUe fielA for XUe At']L^\ee XHe eeaeon. '^Ue finit-hoJ 
r two pointt- a\]A liejyeA XUe equaA hoXcU fivo t-hutoutt?, All fivc^ of tho;?o t^hutouti? wore? recorAeA in not 
loyoo anA eUe will e\]Xer Uer tviiior t-o.^tr'On with 1 1 career trhutoutt- - jUt-t two !?hy of tyiiiii 200 1 
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tfriJiL^to Oolloon Roariit?' trohool recorA ^loyooj. 
Foth eaK'oe 1 1 ??'' jiiiJ eave poroontajo 1.333 
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'\ r-ho .alt?o tioJ for thirJ in i?hutoutt^ anA wae e\\XU with a 1 .33 iVal. 



iophoiiioro iiiiJfioLior/foi-w.iid Ohrit3tiiio Pol Turoo followoJ hor two-tio.^l trivpoint rookio o.^mip^^iiiin 
■is aeek-Xe for 20 points, ^ho wae XUwA in tho ooiiforoiioo in aeeiefe, ^ovonth in ycoHiiii anA oiiilr 
iltv tioJ for fourth with throo ii^=iiiio-wiiiiiiiitT tio.^lr-, inoluJiiiti tho ovortiiiio t.^lly in a 1 -O'triuiiiph :- 
Vptoinlvr 2o for tho to.inro-' firO't-ovor win b\/er XUe R.^iiriori?. 



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Frot-hnion Cortnoy 'dower anA At?hloy e^jitiliaiio rounJoJ out tho Aii^io ecorere ae thoy UaA one aoa\ for two poiiitt? ^ipiooo. 
'dower, a tio.=ilkoopor hy tr.^iit, eXarXeA a\V 1 9 aamee aX iiHf ioLi whilo c?:^(ili5'no eaw acX\on on Joroiiro in 1 (3 oontortr 
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Delaware Valley College head coach Kalman Csapo has nine returning letterwinners and a solid group of newcomers on the roster as 
the Aggies look to put a pair of disappointing seasons behind them. The squad went 0-18-1 in both 2004 and 2005, including an 0-7 
mark in Freedom Conference play last year. 

Heading the cast of returnees is senior captain Nick D' Amato (Penns Park, PA/Council Rock). D' Amato started 1 6 games in net a 
season ago and led the Freedom Conference with 1 58 saves. He also added a 3.72 goals against average. 

Fellow senior Mick Hannan (Norristown, PA/ Archbishop Carroll) was the team's leading scorer in 2005 as he tallied five goals and one 
assist for 1 1 points. 

Junior captains Gospel Nwogwugwu (Baltimore, MD/Milford Mill Academy) and Chris Wellington (Baltimore, MD/Milford Mill 
Academy) return after each missed most of the '05 campaign with injuries. 

Nwogwugwu, a defender, saw time in just three games while Wellington, a midfielder/forward, played in five games and had one for 
two points. 

Junior defender Ken Dilts(Robbinsville,NJ/Lawrence)played in alll 9 games lastyearwhilejuniormidfielder Trevor Provost 
( Allentown, N J/Allentown) and sophomore defenders Kyle Steele (Mattituck, NY/Mattituck) and Jon Trotta (Vernon, N J/Sussex 
County Tech) appeared in 1 3 games apiece. 



Senior David Keefer (Cleona. PA/Annville-Cleona) returns to his forward position after seeing time in 1 contests last season. 




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wc-nt 12-12 L^Vtfrall .^id'O-o in 
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It wjl'- the' firt-t iion-lcv-'iMti --VJit^on for Pelj^w^re V'.illc'v t-iiicV th(f 1 PP3 
■:\]i\3A [x-^eteA a 1 5- 1 2 rc'CtPrti Tlid Aiioid't?, with jut^t 0111? t?eiiicT ou tlit? 
iv\^tc'r, iiotclit?J Ji p.^ir of tlirc?c'-ij.=iiiic' vvliiniiicj t-trif.^ktr Juriiiij tlic' yesw. 

jLinicT AiKlrc^a Ht?U pby(?d in 7 7 of tlit? team'e 54 cjamee anA \eA the 
':x]i\j\A in killt\ ecftA/iL-c? jiot?:? .=inJ Hcvke while alec 3AA\\v-\ 37 tiitis? anA 1 2 
jtv-'if-t'-?. HcT a\/erai-\et-' of 0.(37 t^ifivic'i? A'c't? yer iiawie \eA the Frc'c'Jc'm 
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Four starters are back for head coach Laura Hogan and the Delaware Valley College women's basketball team as the Aggies aim for a 
return trip to the Freedom Conference playoffs for the second year in a row and the fifth time in the last six seasons. 

Delaware Valley went 1 7-9 last season, including a 9-5 mark in conference play to finish tied for second place with DeSales University. 
DeSales held the tiebreaker edge and hosted the Aggies for the Freedom semifinals where their season came to an end with a 6 1 -48 
setback. 

Senior forward Rachel Joyce (King of Prussia, P A/Upper Merion) heads the group of returnees and the all-Freedom Conference, 
second-team honoree is just 77 points shy of becoming the ninth player in program history to reach the 1 ,000-point mark in a career. 

Joyce led Delaware Valley and was ranked in the conference's top 1 in both scoring (seventh -14.1 avg) and rebounding (fourth - 7.9 
avg). She also placed in the top 1 in two other categories and reached double figures in scoring in 1 9 of the 26 contests. 

The Aggie backcourt returns injuniors Moira Donohue (Philadelphia, PA/Cardinal Dougherty) and Shannon O'Neill (Langhome, PA/ 
Council Rock South) as each placed in the conference's top 1 in five categories. 

Donohue paced the Freedom with a 1 .56 assist-to-tumover ratio while also finishing second in both assists (3.8 avg) and steals (3.0 
avg). She also placed eighth in both scoring (13.7 avg) and 3-pointers (1.5 avg). 

O'Neill, the 2005 Freedom Conference co-Rookie of the Year, led the conference in both assists (5.3 avg) and 3-point shooting 
percentage ( .429) while placing second in 3-pointers per game (2.3 avg). She also contributed 1 2 points an outing, including a 3 1 -point 
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With seven returning lettcnvinners, all of who saw time as a starter last year, head coach Denny Surovec and the Delaware Valley 
College men's basketball team will look to improve on its 5-20 record (2- 1 2 Freedom) from a season ago. 

Two-time, all-Freedom Conference second-team honoree Isaiah Pinckney ( Philadelphia, P A/Bishop McDevitt) heads the cast of 
returnees. He enters his senior seasonjust 35 points shy of the coveted 1 ,000-point milestone. 

Pinckney led the Aggies and ranked seventh in the conference in scoring with an average of 1 3 . 7 points per game. He also ranked in the 
conference's top 1 in steals (tied for third -1.88 avg), assists (tied for fifth - 3.7 avg) and free throw percentage (sixth - .756). 

Sophomore Jason Seipt ( Lansdale, P A/North Penn ) returns to the backcourt with Pinckney. The point guard placed eighth in the 
Freedom Conference with an average of 2.7 assists per game. He also notched 4. 1 points and 2.2 rebounds per contest. 

Forwards Zack Van Dyke (Arlington, VAAVashington-Lee) and Ryan Walsh (Wayne, PA/Radnor) are coming off productive first 
seasons with the Aggies. 

Van Dyke, a junior transfer, was eighth in the Freedom a year ago in field goal percentage ( .486) while also averaging 8.2 points and five 
rebounds per game. Walsh, a sophomore, made 22 starts last season and averaged 5.5 points and 2.4 rebounds an outing. 

Senior Josh Taylor (Fairless Hills, PA/Harry S. Truman) returns in the middle after averaging 4.6 points and 3 .3 rebounds in 25 games 

(II starts). 

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association with the conference. The teams will no 
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MAC Championships exist. Schools aligned themselves 
with \arioiis regional qualifiers across the country in 
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I chru;ir_\ uhere IS to 2(1 i.|uahrymg bids are expected to 
be handed out among the 14 participating teams (former 
MAC schools F.li/abethtown. Lycoming and Messiah 
will join the Aggies at the regional). Another change is 
with the Delaware Valley lineup itself as three members 
of last year's lineup tinish their collegiate careers 
including 197-pound national champion Jamall Johnson 
and national qualifier Mike Berlanda. Three-time 
national qualifier Dan Hall will also miss the upcoming 
season. With those losses, the Delaware Valley roster will have a youthful look to it as 26 of the 33 
members of the team are either freshmen or sophomores. Nonetheless, the Aggies and the other Division 111 
coaches have high aspirations for the team as they have been picked in the preseason poll to finish sixth in 
the countiy ..And with six starters back - including a pair of national qualifiers - and a talented cast of 
newcomers. Totten is confident as well. "There is a lot of talent in the wrestling room, probably the most 
since I took over the program." Totten said. "If we stay injurv free and progress through the year, we can 
have a real good season. "125 PoundsSophomore .losh Proctor (Newburg. PA/Shippensburg) returns after a 
solid rookie campaign. Proctor went 9-6 (two pins) and finished as the MAC runner-up in the weight class, 
placing only behind an eventual All-American. 133 PoundsJustin Shorts (Germansville, PA/Northwestem 
Lehigh) is the front-runner at weight class after going 15-15 and placing fourth at last year's MAC Championships. The sophomore also placed third at the York College 
Spartan ln\itational.Junior Mike Handleman (Crofton. MD Arundel) is also back following a 4-1 1 record last season. 141 PoundsThe Aggie lineup will be bolstered by 
senior Ricky LaForge (Pompton Lakes, NJ/Indian Hills) who transferred in after a highly-successful stint at Division 1 Hofstra University. LaForge went 74-27 and 
qualified for the NCA.A Championships on a pair of occasions during his tenure with the Pride. The Division III coaches have already placed him sixth in the weight 
class in the national preseason rankings. 

Another newcomer to watch is freshman Matt Lindsay (Paramus, NJ/Paramus), who won 1 15 matches and was a two-time New Jersey state qualifier in high school. 149 
PoundsSophomore Jarvd Steinbacher (Montgomery. PA/Montgomery) is one of the two returning national qualifiers on the squad. He finished his rookie campaign 
with a 13-13 mark (two pins), but came on strong at the end and captured his first MAC title with three victories as the fourth seed. Totten has also been impressed 
with freshman Bill Woodward (Howell, NJ/Howell). Woodward notched a 101-14 record in high school and placed sixth at the New Jersey state championships last 
season. 157 PoundsRyan Herwig (Glen Bumie, MD/Mt. St. Joseph's) is the other reluming national qualifier as he transferred in from Gloucester County Community 
College last season and made an immediate impact with the Aggies. Herwig. now a junior, notched a 22-12 record (10 pins), including a first-place finish at the York 
College Spartan ln\itational. He then won the MAC crown at 157 pounds and was one victory away from a top eight finish and All-American honors at the NCAA 
Championships. Freshman Mike DiGregorio (Mt. Holly, NJ/Rancoacas Valley) joins the Delaware Valley program after going 64-10 and qualifying for the New Jersey 
state championships on a pair of occasions in high school. 165 PoundsSenior captain Ryan Pope (Mt. Holly. NJ/Rancocas Valley) moves back down to the weight class 
after wrestling at 174 pounds last year. Pope tallied a 14-1 1 record (three pins) and finished third at the MAC tournament. Another wrestler that Totten is high on in 
this weight class is freshman John Barrett (Brick. NJ, Brick Memorial), who placed seventh at the New Jersey state championships in high school. 174 Pounds.A pair of 
sophomores head the weight class in Paul Donnell (Shillington. PA/Govemor Mifflin) and Greg Miele (Manahawkin, NJ/Southem Regional ).Donnell bounced back 
between 174 and 184 pounds a season ago and finished with 6-7 record and second-place finishes at both the Central Jersey Open and the York Invitational. Miele 
wrestled at 157 pounds as a freshman, placed fourth at both the Central Jersey Open and the York Invitational and ended the year with a 10-9 mark. 184 
PoundsBerlanda had his best season with the Aggies at this weight class last year but he has now joined the coaching staff as a student assistant with the end of his 
eligibility. The cupboard is not bare however as sophomore Martin Porter (Long Branch. NJ/Long Branch) and freshman Joe West (Washington. PA/Trinity) head the 
weight class. Porter went 2-6 and placed third at the York Invitational while wrestling at both 184 and 197 pounds. West, who had a third-place finish at last year's 
Pennsylvania state championships, has quickly impressed the coaching staff in the wrestling room. 197 PoundsReplacing Johnson will not be easy as his two seasons 
with the Aggies resulted in 50 wins, two MAC titles, a national runner-up and last year's national championship. Johnson has remained with a program as a student 
assistant as he finishes his degree. Kevin Orr (Quakertown. PA/Quakertown) will mo\e down from hea\>weight to 197 after a verv' producti\e freshman season that saw 




larter in nigh school. HeavyweightWith Orr moving down a weight class, the battle tor heavyweight has opened 
Westhampton Beach) is back after going 4-4 (two pins) and placing fourth at the York Invitational last year. 

Pendleburv' will be tested by sophomore Kyle Bilquist (Toms River. NJ/Toms River South) who transferred from Division I Monmouth University. Bilquist won 1 19 
of 135 matches in high school and placed seventh as a junior at the New Jersey state championships. 




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I lie Delaware Valley College soflball leam, under head 
LiMch Rich Matarese. recently completed a 2006 
^c:lson. The Aggies went 16-14 overall and qualified 
lor the Freedom Conference playoffs for the first time 
m 20 years with an 8-6 league mark. Matarese and his 
\oung squad (no seniors on the 20-player roster) were 
picked to finish seventh in the eight-team conference 
preseason coaches' poll. However, they notched their 
first winning season since 1995 and their first 
conference playoff berth since 1987. Matarese was named the Freedom Conference Coach of the Year for 
his efforts. Delaware Valley began the season with 1 1 wins in its first 12 games, including a 4-0 mark in 
conference play. In the postseason, the Aggies were the fourth seed and led top-seeded and eventual 
champion King's College 3-0 before dropping a 4-3 decision to the eight-time NCAA qualifiers. The loss 
dropped the team into the consolation bracket where they suffered a 5-0 setback to 2006 conference 
champion Wilkes University. Fi\e Delaware Valley players were honored by the Freedom Conference after 
the season as freshman centerfielder Bethany Pavlik (Lewes. DE Sussex Tech) earned first-team accolades 
while juniors Kelly .Andrews (Bethlehem. PA Bethlehem Catholic). Nicole Domey (Qukaertown. PA 
Sjlishury ). Kim Harle (Mohrs\ille. PA Schuylkill Valley) and Kirstyn Ruhling (Southampton. PAW'illiam Tennent) were second-team honorees. Pavlik. who was also a 
second-team all-conference selection and the rookie of the year in field hockey, played in 26 games (24 starts) and batted .328 with six doubles, a team-high five home 
runs and 16 RBIs. Her .672 slugging percentage led the team and she was also second in runs scored with 20. .Andrews, a third baseman, was named to the second team 
for the second year in a row. She started 26 games and led the team in batting (.383). on-base percentage (.427), hits (31). doubles (7) and RBIs (19) while placing 
second in slugging percentage (.617) and home runs (4). Andrews also committed just five errors in 96 chances at the hot comer for a .948 fielding percentage. Domey 
earned all-conference honors for the third straight year. The catcher started 28 games and batted .299 with four doubles, two home mns and 1 7 RBIs. Domey is already 
the school's all-time leader in home mns ( 15) and is just eight RBIs shy of tying the career mark of 83. 

Harle and Ruhling picked up all-Freedom honors for the first time in their careers. Harle. a second baseman, played in 27 games (26 starts) and batted .305 with four 
doubles. 15 mns scored and se\en RBIs. She also committed just fi\e errors in 102 chances for a .951 fielding percentage. Ruhling appeared in 15 games with 13 starts as 
the team's number one starter. She went 6-6 w ith 34 strikeouts in 84 innings and a 2.25 ER.'X. During the year, she became Delaware Valley's all-time leader in wins 
with 22. breaking the mark of 20 set by 1994 grad Kate Flynn.Junior Jennifer Bummer (.Allentown, PA Salisbury) retumed from a one-year hiatus and played a major 
role on the pitching staff. She pitched in 15 games with 12 starts and went 7-6 with a 3.01 ER.A. Bummer also set a Delaware Valley single-season record as her 71 
strikeouts broke the previous mark of 70 set by Tara Shipley in 1995. Freshman Nancy Kauffman (Camp Hill. PAjCedar Cliff) made an immediate impact in the Aggie 
outfield. She played in 22 games (20 starts) and was second on the team in batting (.344). third in home mns (3) and tied for.third in RBIs ( 16). Kaufman also added 
five doubles and a .574 slugging percentage. Lacy Miles (Little Marsh. PA Cowanesque Valley) switched from the outfield to first base in her sophomore season and 
she responded by batting .278 and pacing the team in both runs (21 ) and doubles (8). She also had one home mn and nine RBIs and committed just five errors in 200 
chances. Junior Maureen Ferguson (Kunkletown. PA Palmerton) played in 24 games with 20 starts in the outfield and hit .278 with two doubles, three mns scored and 
eight RBIs. Sophomore Rob\n Jackson (Ellicott Cit>. MD Mt. Hebron) and freshman Brittany Stockert (Hawthorne. NY West Lake) split time at shortstop with 
Jackson also seeing time behind the plate. Jackson played in 29 games (28 starts) and batted .209 with eight mns scored and eight RBIs. Stockert saw time in 21 
contests (19 starts) and baited .231 with five doubles, one home mn. nine runs scored and 10 RBIs. She also pitched in three games (two starts) and went 2-0 with a 
0.95 ERA. Freshman Lauren Fenstermacher (Mohrsville. PA Schuylkill Valley) and sophomore Nikki Zimmerman (Millersville. P.A. Penn Manor) contributed to the 
successful season. Fenstemiacher. an infielder outfielder, played in 21 games (12 starts) and batted .343 with seven mns scored and five RBIs. Zimmerman, a pitcher/ 
Infielder. took part in seven games and knocked in two mns while going 1-2 on the mound with a 4.47 ERA.Sophomoes Chelsea Yasenchak (Boyertown. PA 
Boyertown) and Christine Yacco (Kinnelon. NJ/Kinnelon) saw time in the Aggie outfield. Yasenchak played in 13 games (eight starts) and hit .154 with two mns 
scored. Yacco saw time in six games (three starts) and batted .200 w ith one mn scored.Junior Fawn Harmer (Salem. NJ Salem) rounded out the Aggie roster along with 
freshmen Ashley De Angelo (Milnesville. PA/Milton Hershey). Arielle Forsyth (Boyertown. PA/Oley Valley), Victoria Fmnzi (Lansdale, PA/T^orth Penn) and Katly 




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(third team> accolades for ihe "second straight season 

I'cisickctti started all 33 games and batted .350 with eight 
cIcHihles. 19 runs scored and a team-high 23 RBls. On the 
nioiiiul, he ncilchcci tcam-hiL'hs ot l'i\c wiii'. C^-li and .^d 
strikeouts, en route to a 4.58 ERA. Persicketti ended his 
tw(i-ycar career with Ihe Aggies as the program's llih all- 
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earned all-Freedom Conference honors as the outfielder 
was named to the second team. Terlecky played in 31 
games (30 starts) and balled .304 while lying for top 
Imniirs on the team in both doubles (9) and home runs (3). 
Ik also scored 20 runs and knocked in 14. 



Junior infielder outfielder Zach Jakubowski (Audubon, NJ/ 
.\udubon) started all 33 games and led Delaware Valley in 

haliinu I "oil, sluiiyinii I ^^ii). runs slukiI (2^1 and triples (4) while tying for top honors in home runs (3). 

His four triples tied him lor lliird on ihc school's single list. 



Sophomore Kevin Weingart (Belle Mead, NJ/Montgomery) and junior Kyle Bobb (Mechanicsburg, PA/ 
Cumberland Valley) finished fourth and fifth on the team in batting with .288 and .272 averages. 

Weingart, an outfielder, started all 33 games and also tied for the team lead in doubles with nine. He scored 
and knocked in 21 runs. Bobb, a first baseman, saw action in all 33 games with 31 starts and notched three 
doubles, one triples, 13 runs scored and 14 RBIs. 



Jason Kahr (Whitehall. P.\ Allenlown Cenlral talholic) and Ste\e Kinney (Ottsville, PA Pennridge) spill time behind the plate with Kinney also seeing a lot of time at 
third base. Kahr, a sophomore, batted .263 with se\en runs scored in 20 games (17 starts). Kinney, a senior, started 31 games and hit .255 with two doubles, 18 runs scored 
and 10 RBls. 

Kinney and Persicketti were two of five seniors on the Delaware Valley roster as pitchers Dave Keeler (Perkasie, PAPennridge), Chris White (Clarksxille. DE Indian River) 
and Bryan Balliet (Perkasie, P.^/Pennridge) rounded out the class. 

Keeler appeared in 10 games with seven starts and went 2-4 with one save and a 4.30 ERA. He notched 46 innings on the season and finished fourth on the all-time list with 
195 innings. Keeler also tied for fifth with three career saves while his 14 wins placed him eighth. 

White is also on the all-time list for innings pitched as his 157 innings placed him 10th. He pitched in eight games (seven starts) this season and went 2-4 with a 5.82 ER.A 
in 3S-plus innings of work. 

Balliet came out of the bullpen on eight occasions, struck out 14 batters in 16 irmings of work and notched a 7.88 ERA. 

The remaining n\o wins of the season were recorded by freshman Sean Tappan (Milton, DE/Cape Henlopen) as he went 2-2 with' 21 strikeouts and a 3.95 ERA in seven 
appearances (five starts). 

Freshman Jordan Kipp (Reading, PA/Muhlenberg) and junior Dan Metague (Southampton, PA/Cardinal Dougherty) also started games on the mound for Delaware Valley. 
Kipp pitched in seven contests with two starts and went 0-2 with one save and a 5.40 ERA. Metague saw time in five games with four starts and went 0-3 with a 10.00 ER.A. 

Rookie Mike Isgro (Galloway, NJ'Absegami) started 31 games between shortstop and the outfield and also made four relief appearances on the mound. He batted .245 with 
four doubles, 16 runs scored and 15 RBIs while going 0-3 with one save and a 5.14 ERA. 

Sophomores .Anthony Perry (Dresher, PA/Upper Dublin, PA) and Ethan Page (Millbrook, NY/Poughkeepsie) each saw starting time in the infield. Perry played in 14 games 
(10 starts) and batted .226 with three scored and two RBIs while Page hit .128 with six runs scored and two RBIs in 17 games (1 I starts). 

Fellow sophomore Joel Poramho (Lansdford, PA/Panther Valley) also saw starting time as the outfielder catcher played in 24 games (14 starts) and batted .224 with nvo 
doubles and five RBls. 



plus innings of work. 

Chris Albaugh (Drexel Hill, PA/Monsignor Bormer) and Rob Galdieri (Scranton, PA/Bishop O'Hara) came out of the bullpen in five games apiece. .Albaugh, a freshman. 
notched four innings of work, en route to a 9.00 ERA. Galdieri. a sophomore, had a 15.43 ERA in four-plus innings. 



run in iwo-plus innings of work. Pacifico. a junior outfielder, and Richmiyer. a freshman first baseman, each made one appearance widi one at-bat. 




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The first two seasons of the Freedom Conference has seen the Delaware Valley College golf team finish first in 2005 and second last 
season. Last year's runner-up finish also saw the team go a perfect 5-0 in head-to-head meets. 

Three conference competitors, including the Freedom individual champion, have graduated, but head coach Doug Linde has two 
championship-playing returnees and a third letterwinner back on his 2007 roster. 

Heading the cast of returnees is senior Joseph Scioscia (West Orange, NJAVest Orange). Scioscia just missed out on all-conference 
accolades last year as he finished in 1 1 th place at the Freedom Championship with a three-round, 54-hole total of 245 . He posted an 
average of 83.4 strokes over 1 matches last year. 

Nick van Hook (Oakland, NJ/Don Prisco Prep) had a solid freshman campaign in '06 as he was third on the team with an average of 
81.6 strokes per round and tied for 1 5th at the Freedom Conference Championships (250). He also had a first-place at this falls 
Lebanon Valley College Invitational with a round of 73 . 

Fellow sophomore Scott Guadagnino ( Easton, PAAVilson) rounds out the returnees. He took part in three matches last year and 
averaged 88 strokes per round. 



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The 2007 Delaware Valley College men 's track and field team, under head coach Ed Andrewlevich, has three letterwinners back from 
a squad that placed 1 0th at last year' s M iddle Atlantic Conference ( MAC) Championships. 

Leading the returnees is sophomore Kevin Weber (Telford, PA/Souderton ). Weber competed in the 3 ,000-meter steepelechase at the 
2006 MAC Championships and placed 1 5th with a personal-best time of 1 minutes, 59.49 seconds. He also competed during the 
year in the 800-meter run (2:06.80) and the 1 , 500-meter run (4: 1 8.30). 

Sophomore Dan Fenstemiacher (Grove City, PA/Grove City) and senior Matt Kaiser (Baltimore, MDAVest Nottingham Academy) 
round out the cast of returnees. 

Fenstermacher competed in four events last year. He psted a top time of 2 minutes, 20.52 seconds in the 800-meter run and also ran in 
the 1 ,500 (4:43.6) and 5,000-meter ( 1 8:53.16) as well as the 3,000-mile steeplechase ( 1 2:44.80). Kaiser competed in the 100-meter 
dash last season with a top time of 1 2. 1 seconds. 



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JENNIFER 

LYNNE 

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NEVA 

MERI 

GIANNINI 




HILLARY 

EVE 

GOLDBERG 



STUART 

ROSS 

GOLDSTEIN 



CRYSTAL 

MAE 
GOULDEY 



MICHAEL 

ANDREW 

GRADY 



KATHLEEN 
GRAHAM 





MANDA 

MARY 

HALL 



VES 
AT^THONY 
HARRIGAN 



RIANK. 
lARTEL 




LLE 
ARIE 




MELODY 

MARIE 

HENDRICKS 



ERIC 
CHARLES 
HOGGARD 




VICE PRESIDENT 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARD 

NOELLE LUCCIONI 




VICE PRESIDENT 

CLASS OF 2007 

JEN RINEHMER 



JONATHAN 
WILLIAM 
ISABELL 



AMY 

FAITH 

JACKSON 



ALYSONK. 
JAMES 



ANJELICAP. 
JENKINS 



JASON 
WILLL\M 
JORDEN 




MATTH 
KAISE 




KELL\ 
KARST 





MELISSA 

ANN 
KELLER 




MICHAEL J. 
KIZIS 



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MICHAEL 

ANTHONY 

KLINE 


KYLER. 
KNICHEL 


TARA 

RAE 

KOLESAR 


DANIELLE 
KRUZICK 












SHANNON 
MARIE 
KURTZ 



KRISTEN 

JEAN 

LANGE 



EMILY 
LANTZSCH 



CARL 
LAUE, 



CHASE 

EDWARD 

LAUTH 




ALAN 
LEE 




LEVWANDOSKI 



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VILLIAM 

:harles 

LITTLE 




JACLYND, 
LONG 







MELANA 
EILEEN 
LOVELL 


CHRISTOPHER i 
LUCAS 


NOELLE 
LUCCIONO 


ANDRE 

JASO] 

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LOGAN 
MARKHAT 




SECRETARY 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARD 

ABBY GERENSER 




SECRETARY 

CLASS OF 2007 

ABBY GERENSER 




KEVINS. 
MARTIN 



NATHANAEL 
MARTONE 



MEGAN 

EILEEN 

MATTEIS 



MEGAN 

SUE 
MATTESON 



TADD 

MICHAEL 

MAY 




JENNIFEMK. 
MCCLOSIEY 



JOSHl 

LIF 

MCCULL 



MCFAl 



JAMES L. 
MCiGEE 



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^lEIER 


MEGAN 
MESSIX 


MELISSA 
MEYER 


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JENNY 

LYNN 
MILLER 



JOSHUA 

JOHN 
MILLER 



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JUSTIN A. CHRISTOPHER 
MILLER MILONE-CLAPP 




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TAKEO 
IVHYAHARA 



MARY 
ELENA 
MQBAN 








JSTIE 
rtCOLE 
lUNOZ 



HERRILL 
I LYNN 
NASH 





COLBY 
WILLIAM 
NORDEN 



KEVIN 

FRANKLIN 

NUBLE 



TIMR. 
O'ROURKE 





TREASURER 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARD 

AMANDA RUSHINSKI 




TREASURER 

CLASS OF 2007 

LEE POULIOT 




CHRISTINA 
NICOLE 

"'TNN 



TIMOTHY 

ROBERT 

RANK 



NICOLE M. 
RAU 



ELIZABETH 

LOUISE 
REYNOLDS 



MELISSA 

LEANNA 
RIDALL 




JEINfNIFER 

LEA 

RINEHIMER 



LAURA M. 
ROCKAFELLO^ 



DIANE F. 
ROGERS 



BRENDA 
ROSS 



AMANDA 

LOUISE 

RUSHINSKI 








JACOB M. 
SERFASS 






RYAN 

WILLIAM 

SHANK 



ADAMF. 
SHEPHERD 




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ESSICA COJRTNEY 
USSELL I USSO 


CATTLIN 

iKANCES 

SCALA 









LAUREI 

ELIZABE' 

SILIO 



ANGELA 
MARIE 
SCULLY 





MARK J. 
SMITH 




MEMBER-AT-LARGE 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARD 

BRIAN TURNER 




SENATE REPRESENTATIVE 

CLASS OF 2007 
KARLI WEIDER 




MATTHEW 

PETER 
SOUTHWAY 



DANIELLE 
MARIE 
SPAHN 



STEVE 




REBECCA 

JOE 

SPILLE 



JILLIAN 
STANWOOD 




AND 
STROHEOKER 



CHRISTOPHER 

JON 

STEM 




EMILY E. 
STUMPF 




JENNIFER 

^ ANN 

RMIER 



MALINDA 

LENA 

SWARTWOUT 



MICHAEL L 
TALLEY 



SHELBY J. 
TALLEY 



KATHLEEN A. 
THRON 




OWEN 
DEAN 
TODD 



AMANDA 

MAE 
TRAUGER 



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COTT 
FAMES 
EIGAND 



BRIAN C. 
TURNER 


GLENN 
VANDEGRI 










sa ^NA N. 
WESTERFER 



LLIAM 
BRIAN 
HTAKER 



BRITTANY E. 
WALBERT 




JOSEPH 

DANIEL 

WmTESELL 




KARLI 
LOUISE 
WIEDER 



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MARIE 
WIRTH 




MELISSA 
MARIE 
WOLFE 



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Q¥?' c^re spoiMprcnicf^eii c ind excited for pou. 
S\ow begins li nt)r h unih 'pTorpou. 
(3^mhrac6 pour p^S4on. 
^adand ^S' will abmps be there for poii. 
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C-o^Ac^^^ClfuIo^' io^AS, you vy\cxc^^ i+. 
IlU^ fi»^s+ siep is <so^wpI^ie, la^ucM 
suc^c^^ss for +k^ fiy&LA^^- I^+ you^^ dr>^<:^^ws 

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L-ov^ AAo^w, >AuKf 'Rv^ev^dcx cxvyA lAv\c\e^ 




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re so"pr5neror you in every Tvcry- 
f or behig you but also not 
rt^ney be your diredlfcn for choosing 
eer patf) bat you fouc of borses. We 
a lifetime of bue, laug()ter, and 



Vv4i care, so pt'oud of i-lie. cIticisio>AS 
tsi^d ocUie.ve.j'vie.iA'I'S you yyycxAe. "hki^oucfk 

be^ pcissio»Aci+(e. {►a oil you <^o \y\ life, 
y^lwoys oiAv^ love is wi+U you U<2.r«2. t^^Ac^ 
iiA \\e.cK\f&vy. 

L-ove^, 
Dcvd, AAoMA, ot^d 3»*i++otAy 



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WR^^^^^^^ml ^^^"^^^^^^^^R: De^cii^ Jcxyv\\e- (Kid) 

V+ t:^!! S+cvr*+<ed i^A I<i^Ade^rcfCl^*+<e^A. 
Congratulations! SlacU avy odof-oble. li+f le^ !cidy Ove^^* +Ue^ 

proud of you and all you ye^oi^s you Uave^ w\atAe- us ve^^*y p^*oud. 
aci)Jei'ed. AJow we look o+ our Beou+iful 

LjOVe^ dcvuc>khe.f* evil c^r*ov^»A up ofAd v-t^-cxAy +o 




?!>om &Dad 




fcice +he bicj wo^*Id. Worlds Cci»A + 
de.sc^*^ibe- Uow ve.»*y pr*oud we ore of 
you. 



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Congratulations Qjriss, 



We arc proud of rviycA you \)avz accomplished. 




?t>om, \)ad, ^ng, Sarab, HMrk 




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Vt>u cvt^e. c^^A i^ASpi^*cl+io^-^ +o oil \\>i\o cross youK' pa+h. Vou ^<^^ow Uow +o live., 
kow +o lovti, c^^Ac^ Uow +o f ^*usf. Wie ve^ sUore^d lo+s of lauc^ks cl^Acl cilso lots of 
f(fll^HkoJ^Wi^«iH/e you be^couse^ you cv^^e^ you. We^ love, you be^cciuse^ you ccir*^.. 
Ibe.<sciuse^ you SKwile. cl^Acl we^ love, you becous^gj^ifc^ sefr^ve. Keep 
Xke L-o>*d c^uicf^r^^u +o ciIma. Mdu IIre.o<sk +l4e s+cai s cxv^A beyof^d. 
of you ^F\cr%n V^c^^o\^ l^ff^^^D^s^/gg^W^ i 

Dad, I^ovv\, ■hlecv+ 





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Xodoy is youf* <^cxy. 

Vfc>u\*ti off +0 cf^*£icA+ p\cxize.s\ 

VOIA f*ti off CAtAcI <jWtAy! 



VV^ ot't^- so |->roLir! of yo 



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Vt>u i^ti off fo cjv*e.cv+ pJcAt 

Xodccy is your doy! 

Vi^wt* fwouiAiai>A is Wt^i+ii^cjl 

So... cj^f Ok\ yo^v^* woy 
Dt^ Se^uss 
LuiJve Mom, Do4 Kcv+ie, Mike 
Best of luck +o youkHI 





"trUe yeors Kcive cfors^ by so 
quickly Vt>uve- fwci+urec! iKho a 
COKfidet^t Uo^*d-wov*ki(AC}, o^Ac] 
tKouc^U+ful fvv^aiA. We cire so pi^oud of 
you. ^Iv^oys ^^e^we^r3Liat* Kow yv\ucU 



you ta^'^e love 



Md Ko+e 




Co^A you Ke-or 

loud^s+Il! W^ love, 
you! 





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TU<uiaI< you foF* oil you^* Uord work 








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~ 2006 'P^*e^sic^e^K^ L-ciiAe^ Mr^e.i*s+ ~ 

2006 Se^<s»*e+ci»*y Ke^IIy Jo 3ci»-\ke.r+ 

~ "RyciiA SUojaU. '^ 

~ L.cvuf*c» Wii*+k ^ 

- M^Wssa Wolfe -- 

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T-Ve>wier* L-ecic!e»*skip 
"Rersoi-Aol <I^ro>A;+K 
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nt seems like only y^terday 
tt)at you made your "early_arriual" 
into tt)is crazy, a^?nderf ul ruorld and 
dyangzd our liues forever. 

We are so proud of you 3ut, 
not only for n^orking so uery [)ard 
t[)ese post four years at DelVal but 
for being sucf) an inspiration to us 
aSL Vou truly are *OUtiJB£2Q'1 

Our rvnsi) is tF)at you find 
[>3ppiness and success in all your 

endeavors and tiyat you be ren^arded in life for all t()e joy you Ijave 
giuen to ot()ers. 

Witt) Pride & m Our Love, 

?l^om, Dad, Kirsten, Cf)ris, and ?t^akenzie 



Congprotulotions and iSsst Wisfjes for a I3rigj)t 
Future! 




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We ore Very Proud of Vour ?T5cmv 
AxompIi5()tnents! 




tove, 

Dad, ?l\)m, £ric, Widi, 13C, and iSunny 




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\m i (^^rpstiari and 
pour special (^ran^An^el 




(SiHWIcutj^ciJons 

3^am.a o proud of \\>a 
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W<e^ oi^e^ so p»*oucl of you! 
3icf fkiiACfS cjF*o\Ay ifA SFTAoII 



spo<s^s 



L-ove^ 





CV^// inf /F a small, tat bundle irfjffy fwni the 
heavens above. 'Che angels knew y^ou were special j^s 
you ^rew pou alwax!S looked to the positive ofeverpthimf 
'Chis in turn widened }:our horizons and matured }pou into a 
wonderful adult. Qf^ou achieved Jar more than we could 
ever ask for ^ove S^ C^est (Wishes for the future!! 

:yUom Sc ^ad 

O&arah Sc &Qil 




)f W^ coi\\ci ov\\y s^e. m 

of Uis (j^cAU+ifnI li 




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YoiA. cii^e- cA youfAcj wo^woia, Ae.ci\CcA^ci, iciIe-Kfe^ ciiacI dti+ci^fwijAe-cl +o fulfil! Ue^r* 

[lAS 0»A yOUJ* C}l*0<JuC4'fiOlA. 




7 ^B^^K^^H^IbI OS proud OS y do otA +!-vis doy +1a<u+ you \A^oi*l<e-d so !\<ui*d foj*o»Ad 
siiii JV\it bi^JiWifuI woMAcvJA i»A you^'se.lf +1^0+ ofke-i^s se.e- oiAd o>*e. i^ASpil*e-d by V 



ci^w so pi*oud +o hove, you os w^ doupkiie.K* 






7f you foil slior+ you v^ill 




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s- Vt>u did i+! 
Vv!e lov^ yo^^/ 

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Co ^igail nun 'ft>aude": 

Congratulations! We arc 
very proud of you! 

Loue, n^om & \)ad 



^Ooy to (3o Cut! 
rJ'm so proud 
Love, 





^here is an entire household at 
23 A.Uer ^rive that is as proud 
as proud can be ofpou... c^oelle 

^ove, 
^ad. cMom. (5krissa. and ^ets 



Congratulations 
on your 
(Sraduatfon 
?^rnanda 

Love X)ad, 
n^om, and Cina 






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All your hard work finally paid off. 
We are very proud of you! ! ! 



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Love, Mom and Dad 



Congratulations, ?^manda 
We are so proud of you. 

Vou are tjje absolute 13CSC!! 
We loue you rvH) all of our (jearts!! 
?l\)m & Dad, ?T>id)aeI, 3ames 
and Hon 



Kvie 

Congratulatfons on a job n^K done! 

We are all proud of yoa 





Dad, Oen, (5ramp, (3ram, & ?^udra 




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W^yCO0OKyL£! 



Conoraiulatbns! 



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r very best tvi^jes for a successful future. 






llorK^nd Pop, ^ice and Him, ^ VCka^, ?tMbrs, 
Uguccbnfe and Bofjnsons 





Vou'ue come a long tvoy l^aby 
Congrotulatbns 3en 'iRincy" flind)frner 

From FamKy ^^ Frends 




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MEG 



WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS! ! 



LOVE ALWAYS 









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^kar Bsnntf er & Sard), 




uotion represents to us tijot special type of 
iment rue as parents rvH dy^ri^i) f oreuer. 



Vour gpraduation is tije start of your journev in Itfe tijat n^i 
bdieue w§ only lead to success, comfort and (jappiness. 

Vour graduation represents ti)e dosing of one door to ttje 
past and tije opening of neru doors yd to come, ^d) of t|)ej 
lostiour J^ears are djapters completed in ti)e book yon wiH 
% nrite entitled '9XS^ memories of Itfe'^ 




(uotion contains a dream f uff ffled, one rvz baue 
f)ad for bott) of you euer since tt)at first day n^fjen rv^ n^e 
dH&tyCSH you our daug[)ters. 




4)Tnl^giitiue, belieue in yourself, keep looking fonvard and 
your dreams rxM come true! niii 




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W^ or^ pv^oiAci of <ull you U<uv^ <:Ac:Ui^v^d c& 1 D\/C^ . 
yVloH^, D<ud iat^d ^ri^A 





/+ is sKoc!<iiAg Kow quickly +Ke Y\vy\e- K<as possed. 
■play i^A +Ke rvAud, give +eddy ci Kug 
L-i++l<i sdi^cipe^s oiAcI bicj Ipv^^oXcs 

"Ride, a bike, !o^Ac) wcilks o+ i^icfUt 
<I;^cl+o^' sle-ddincj, jAcitAa swirvxn^itAg 

Bciske+bol! & sof+ball Uockey, Wack 
A^*^■s & crcif +s, lo+s of cci+s 

S\\ei\y\g hocxt^d, Spe.c\cA oiWci»*ds 

Pt^ojec+s, s+udie.s, Kc^^-\c(0^v+ wi+k buddies 
Wot^k Kcird for cjrodes, flora! displays 

Look cA yOL\ ^Aow, <scip & gowi^. 

We are so proud +o be your pareiA+s. 

^■Of-\gra+uIa+ior\S, 
Love, A'lon^ & 'Dad 





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LA^A<sl^ C3k»^ls, y^u^^i' ^ckv^cx, 




of our* <skdr<2ic:"her^ 




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ngrotulatfons! We ore so proud of yow and oH tt>3t 
iacconii:JM)ed. Our ruis[) is for oH your 
S^SrlsTo come true. 
Eiove, 

m, X)cd, ?t\itt; 
osey &0[iuer 




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>A Vv4ai*>v\ (So^^cf^*c^+uIc^+io^AS +0 



S^vti^*^*iII L-y^A^A A^casIi 



^l-vti 'RtiWcA^*cl of >Acc:o^v\pIlsU^v\ti«^"l' is Joy 




»*orw C\oA, you itmacI^ if. Moy C\oA bitiss you <as you ve^^A+u^*e^ dowi 

of lift-. 

y ccAiA do cill f ^vi^ACJS +h»^ouc^k d^^*is+ wUicK s+^*e^ACJf^ve^^A ►we^ 

P^WIippiofAS ^-13 








L-ove^ yMwoys, 
Dod, AAo»w, >Au^A+ Jot^e^ cAt^d C^i^cxvyc^iyycx Swe-efie^ 



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DVC Block and Bridle Seniors 
Vice President Melana Lovell, President Kelly Jo Bankeil, and 

Nicole Bodell 



^l est of Luck 



1^(7 (^pan oMc^^arlaud 

H man who works with his hands is a 
W^^I'H" -'"'^-^^^ ""^^^ works with his hands and 
Im brains is a craftsman, but a man who works 
mth his hanc^mid his brains and his heart is 
ch: 9 Mollis &\i36r 

(^pan, we re so proud of the artist pou re 
become G^ knowpou will achieve manp 
if re aulunannvour future O^ are all so proud 
ylationsi Qf%u are the first in 
^ collccje decree 

oMuch i^ove 
'arah, and^^osh 



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^IIo^ACf^*o+ulc^fio^AS 



Yoi\\^ brof U^rs of 
wIsU you +U^ b^s+ o^ lu<sk 



Ghn^ratulations 



'^^A Q^eniors 





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(^est wishes in thefuture ^^ 
seniors Q^ wish pou manp bmf_ 
in^s in pour future careers ^hank 
poufor all pour help. Q^eknowthe^k 
^uture of agriculture is in^ood " 

handsl 




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for 

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"Che 

(deception 
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•^i: T^homas & Reamer 




'O^hen the legends die, the dreams 
ond; there is no more greatness " 




A.t Delaware Q^altey &olle^e, the legend lives on... 



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