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in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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Editor-in-Chief: Ross M. Thomas 
Co-Editors: Kothryne Hubbard & Marie Miller 
Advisor Mrs. loann Donigan 



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B CONTENTS Pa^ 

Foreword 1 

Dedication 4 

Academics 6 

Student Life 26 

Greeks 62 

Sports 74 

Clubs & Organizations 104 

Special Events 122 

Graduates J60 

Advertisements 200 



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The 2009 Cornucopia is dedicated to one of our college's most well 
known and dedicated professors. This professor is none other than Dr. 
Charlie Weber. 

After earning a B.S. in Chemistry from (then) Philadelphia College of 
Phamiacy and Science and receiving a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the 
University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Weber decided to become a part of Delaware 
Valley College in 1969, ^vhere he is currently an Associate Professor of 
Chemistry. For most of his time with us at Delaware Valley College, Dr. 
Weber has been the analytical chemist on campus, and he has taught 
numerous courses, such as Analytical Chemistry, Instrumental Analysis, 
General Chemistry, General Chemistry II and even Chemistry 
Fundamentals. He has not only taught during the school year but he has also 
shown commitment to the college by teaching courses during the summer 
when needed, courses such as Principles of Organic Chemistry (lecture and 
laboratory). As if teaching those courses was not enough work for him, he 
even went on to develop nev^ courses, like Introduction to Biomedical 
Instrumentation and Radioisotope Techniques. He has served on both the 
Library and Instructional Resources Committee and the Student Conduct 
Board for several years. 

Dr. Weber has shown his dedication to the students and staff by 
accompanying students to the Eastern Analytical Symposium in New Jersey 
and serving as the campus radiation safety officer. Dr. Weber has also kept 
himself busy judging for the Bucks County and Montgomery County 
Science Fairs. He has worked with Professor Larry Hepner on the PA 
Department of Environmental Protection project on On-Lot Septic System 
Management, where he had carried out chemical analysis on the \vaste water. 
When Dr. Weber needs his small break from science, he turns to his 
knowledge about trains and gets involved with editing and/or contributing 
to a number of publications relating to model train collecting. He 
currently has his own nationally renowned model train collection. 
He also enjoys spending time with his daughter Candace and 
granddaughter Caitlin. 

Dr. Weber has contributed much over the years to Delaware Valley 
College and its students. He has inspired many students to work 
hard and show their love for chemistry and science in general.. He 
has made an impact on the college in a positive way, and this is why 
the Cornucopia staff has been dedicated tins yearbook to him. 




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oZA*. L/karlie fVeber 



"The future belongs 

to those who believe 

in the beauty 

of their dreams" 



■Eleanor Roosevelt 




J/acultu a s/ldminlslration 




"Life 



IS a 



long lesson 

in humility" 



James M. Barrie 



Dear Seniors: 

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! It has been my 
pleasure getting to know you, and I hope you will keep me and the 
rest of the DelVal community apprised of what is happening in your 
lives. Your experiences at Delaware Valley College have helped 
prepare you for what is to come next, and all of us are proud to have 
witnessed your transformation from student to graduate and alumni. 

Each graduating class brings a different perspective out into the 
world. Each graduating class has a voice. Many of you have shared 
your goals and aspirations with me, and I am impressed by your 
clarity and determination. I am confident that whatever major you 
pursued, every one of you will use what you learned at DelVal to 
change the world for the better. 

On behalf of the faculty and staff of Delaware Valley College, 
congratulations on your graduation. You have left an indelible mark 
on our institution, setting a standard of excellence for future 
generations. 

Best wishes for a happy and fulfilling life. 

Sincerely, 





Angela Reckner 

Executive Administrative Assistant 

to tlie President 



Dr. Joseph S. Brosnan 

President 




Dr. Dorothy Frisco 

Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty 



Dear Members of the Class of 2009: 

Commencement is a formal, joyous, and 
celebratory occasion that marks the 
conclusion of your studies at Delaware 
Valley College, the end of your 
undergraduate college days. It is a time 
for good-byes and farewells to your 
friends, to faculty, to members of the 
college community, and to your familiar 
surroundings. You take with you a 
treasure of memories and relationships 
that become permanent parts of your 
unique story. 

Commencement, however, is not the 
end but a formal beginning. For 
graduates, it is a new beginning as you 
face the challenges and opportunities in 
the days ahead. Your degree is 
evidence of your completion of studies 
that have prepared you for work, for 
advanced study, or for life after college. 
In his writings, the Roman author Cicero, 
commenting on new challenges, stated: 
In all matters, before beginning, a 
diligent preparation should be made. 
You have completed that formal 
preparation and it is time to begin new 
endeavors with the confidence that 
Delaware Valley College has provided a 
sound educational foundation for your 
future success. 

Savor each day of your future as a new 
opportunity for many things: To learn, to 
teach, to build something, to contribute 
to a team, to appreciate family and 
friends, to lead, to become a responsible 
citizen, to enjoy the adventure of the 
unknown. 

We at Del Val send you off with our best 
wishes for success and a full and rich 
life. Enjoy your new beginnings! 



Dorothy Prisco 




Pauline Phillips 

Administrative Assistant to the Vice 

President of Acedemic Affairs and Dean 

of Faculty 




to 



Dr. John Brown 

Vice President of Student Affairs 




Dear Members of the Class of 2009: 

I hope that each of you, after your years 
at Delaware Valley College, will look back 
and say that they were good ones. I 
believe that both you and the college 
have benefitted from your time together 
and that the college has prepared you for 
your post-college years. Academically 
you are ready to either continue your 
studies in a graduate program or enter 
what is turning out to be a very 
competitive job market. Socially the the 
Office of Student Affairs has helped you 
gain experience in community 
participation and leadership both valuable 
traits/skills that should bode you well in 
the greater post-college communities in 
which you become members. 

In my short time at Delaware Valley 
College, I have been welcomed by a 
great group of seniors. A group varied in 
their interests, backgrounds, talents and 
personal goals. I have especially enjoyed 
working with each of you this year and 
hope I have been able to offer you as 
much as you have offered me in my 
transition to higher education. Thank You. 

Finally, I trust that if you look back and 
remember when you first entered 
Delaware Valley College, the task of 
graduating may have seemed 
insurmountable. Now, you have 
accomplished this goal! Congratulations 
and Good Luck in whatever endeavors 
you choose. 




John D. Brown 



Lex Islinger 

Administrative Assistant to the Vice 

President of Student Affiars 



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Dr. Benjamin E. Rusiloski 

Dean of Business, Education, Arts and Sciences 

To the Class of 2009: 

Congratulations to you on your graduation from DVC! As you move 
forward into this next chapter of your life, I ask that you reflect on your 
experiences here at the College and how they have prepared you for 
the opportunities and challenges that await you. Whether you are 
heading directly into your career or commencing graduate or 
professional studies, your DVC education has laid a solid foundation 
upon which you will build your future. We are proud of your many 
accomplishments and are grateful for having had the opportunity to 
serve as your teachers and mentors. 

Remember to thank your family and friends who have supported 
you during your DVC years. Cherish these individuals each and every 
day. Please also remember to keep in touch with your alma mater. 
We look fonA/ard to your support in the years to come! 

I wish each of you much happiness and success, both personally 
and professionally, now and in the future. 

Sincerely, 

Benjamin E. Rusiloski, Ph.D. 

Dean of Business, Education, Arts and Sciences 



Susan Haldeman 

Administrative Assistant to the Dean of 

Business, Education, Arts and Science, and the 

dean of Agricultural and Envirnmental Science 



Lawrence Hepner 

Dean of Agriculture 



To Each Member of the Class of 2009: 








Time has seemed to pass so quickly since your arrival at DVC as a 
freshman or transfer student. I hope this has been a great experience 
in your life. You have made new and probably lifelong friends. You 
have studied and prepared yourself for a career, and hopefully, in the 
meantime, you have become conscientious global citizens. Your 
challenges are many. The first, of course, is to get a job, but after that 
you need to go about the work of saving the planet. I know you are up 
to the task, each of you addressing in your own way the wise use of 
our resources to meet the needs of humankind. 

To those I have had in class, it has been my pleasure teaching and 
learning with you. I know the rest of the faculty feels the same as I do. 
I hope you see the time spent here as a springboard to a lifetime of 
learning. I wish for each of you great success and great happiness 
wherever the journey of life leads. May you always be true to yourself 
and show kindness and respect to others. 

With best wishes, 

Larry Hepner 

Professor Agronomy & Environmental Science 

Interim Dean for Agriculture & Environmental Science 



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Business Math Animal, Biotecin, & Animal, Biotech, & Biology Liberal Arts 

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Bryna Donnelly 

Biology 



Howard Eyre 

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Gary Flower 

Business 
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Gary Fortier 

Animal, Biotech, & 

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Emlra Gegvata 

Business 

Administration 



Rodney Gilbert 

Large Animal 

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Crystal Groesbeck Janice Haws 
Large Animal Science Biology 



Larry Hepner Fred Hofsaess Reg Hoyt 

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Biology 



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Camille 
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Chemistry 



Eve MInson 
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Anabelle Morales 
Food Science 



Larry Morris 
Dairy Science 



Barbara Muse 
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Liberal Arts 



Michael Stamps Larry Stelmach Willlan Stephens Jay Su Mike 

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Angelo Telatin 
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Chris Tipping Ruth Trubnik 
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Sheela Charles Weber 

Venkitachalam Chemistry 

Chemistry 



George West 

Business 
Administration 




David Whelan 
Chminal Justice 



Susan White Frank Wolfgang Jeff Young 
Equine Athletics iVIath 



Richard Ziemer 
Liberal Arts 




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DVC Departmental & 
Administrative Assistants 




Mileen Altier 
Animal, Dairy, & 
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Judy Besore 
Athletics 




Leslee Blahut 
English & Student 
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Linda Feldstein 
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Sharon Georgi 

Education 




Sharon Haddon 

Ornamental 

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Lexi Harell 

Facilities, Planning, & 
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Cheryl Lyons 

Student Support 

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Laurie Phillips 

Assistant to VP of 

Finance 




Donna 

McTamney 

Chemistry & 

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Nancy Schuyler 
Administrative 
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Special Assistant 
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Becky Merrit 
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Business 

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Technology & 

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Admissions 



Sue McGovern, Sharon Malka, Barb 
Grimes, Karen Kay, Jim Yard, Sharon 
Donnelly, Leslee Blahut, Traci Kaye 





Robert Yapsuga, Steve Zenko, 
RobertTasker, Frank IVIassino, 
Frances Flood, Thomas O'Connor, 
Amanda Rotella, Ram 
Gazda,Kathryn Walter 



Associate Dean of First Year Experience 

Filomena Birett 





Loretta Fair, Mike Davis, 
Peggy Cini, Bill Miller, 
Donna Doan, Chip Scalley 




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Chief Information 

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Janet Klaessig, Peter Kupersmith, 
Marian Schad, Mary Jane 
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James Linden, Todd Mathews, 
Cynthia Renner, Patrick Kelly, 
Ed Wharton, Dan Hunter, 
Brenda Lazarus, Jason Palmer 



Client Services 





Bookstore 



Arboretum 

Mary Boyle 




Sue Green, Joann Flower, 
Rob HIrsch 




Jean Smola, Linda Locker, 
Linda Manning 



Bursar's Office 



Business & Finance 



Laurie Learner, Alexis 
Ritter, Virginia Altnnan, 
Cheryl Moyer, Charlie 
Mauer, Jim Geddes, 






Bn,an Barts. Tracy DePie.ro Environmental Health and Safety 



Colin 
Chambers 



Susan White, Angelo 
Telatin, Glen Michalak, 
Cory Kieschnick, Brianna 
Depeitro, Becky Merrit 



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Fred Hofsaess, Rod Gilbert, 
Barbera Gilbert 




Financial Aid 



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Farm III 




Lynn Gans, Katherine Woltrab, 
Bob Sauer, Sharon Prudish, 
Joan Hock 



Larry Queripel 



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Judy Le Vien, Marren Berthold 



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Sarah Boyle, Dan Greb, 
Melinda Delpapa, 
Tom Knadig, Jen Rock, 
Nicole Misnik, Sean Dallas, 
Sue Blazer, Maria Mangione 
Sue Harrity 



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Llinda DeLuca and 
Donna Mirack 



Post Office 





Payroll 



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Student Life 

John Brown, Matt Kaminsky, 
Lex Islinger, JessicaTltemary 




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and I took the one 
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"Life is a handful of short stories, 
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8/30 SUNY Morrisvffle N W 7-0 

8/31 Johns Hopkins University A L 0-4 

9/3 Immaculata University H W 3-0 

9/10 Philadelphia Bibhcal University H 

Wll-0 

9/13 Widener University A W 3-2 

9/16 Cabrini College A W 2-1 (penalty 

strokes) 

9/18Richard Stockton College A W 2-1 

9/20 Philadelphia University H L 2-3 

9/23 Juniata College A W 3-1 

9/27 King's College H L 2-3 

9/30 Arcadia University A W 2-1 

10/4 Alvernia College A L 2-3 

10/8 Haverford College A L 2-3 (OT) 

10/11 DeSales University H W 2-0 

10/16 Albright College A W 3-1 

10/18 Misericordia University A L 1-2 

10/22 FDU-Florham H L 0-1 

10/30 Wilkes University A L 2-4 

10/31 Eastern University H L 0-4 

11/1 Manhattanvffle College A L 1-2 





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Nov 22, 2008 Del Val 16, Kean 

University 7 

Nov 15, 2008 Del Val 34, 

Albright College 9 

Nov 08, 2008 Del Val 28, Wilkes 

20 

Nov 1, 2008 Del Val 34, Widener 

University 28 

Oct 25, 2008 Lycoming College 

10, Del Val 7 

Oct 18, 2008 FDU-Florham 19, 

Del Val 14 

Oct 11, 2008 Del Val 26, Lebanon' 

Valley Coll 14 

Oct 4, 2008 Del Val 34, King's 19 

Sep 27, 2008 Del Val 41, 

Salisbury University 27 

Sep 13, 2008 Del Val 25, Wesley 

College 22 

Sep 06, 2008 lona College 27, Del 

Val 19 



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9/5 Widener University N W 3-2 
9/6 Franklin &, Marshall College A 
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9/10 Neumann College H W 4-0 
9/13 Marywood University H W 7-0 
9/18 Elizabethtown College H L 0-1 
9/20 Immaculata University H W 4-0 
9/24 University of Scranton A W 2-1 
9/27 King's College H W 5-1 
10/1 Arcadia University A T 1-1 (20T) 
10/4 Wilkes University A W 3-2 
10/7 Gwynedd-Mercy College A W 2-0 
10/11 Misericordia University H W 2-0 
10/14 Eastern University A L 0-2 
10/18 Manhattanville College A L 1-3 
10/21 FDU-Florham H W 3-1 
10/26 DeSales University H W 3-1 
10/29 Alvernia College A W 2-0 
11/1 Lebanon Valley College H W 2-0 
11/5 Manhattanville College (Freedom 
Conference Semifinals) H W 2-1 2 OT 
11/8 Eastern University (Freedom 
Conference Championship Game) A L 
0-1 

11/12 Swarthmore College (ECAC 
South Region Quarterfinals) H T 0-0 
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8/31 Soutliern Vermont College A W 1- 

(2 OT) 

9/3 Lancaster Bible College H L 1-5 

9/11 Gwynedd-Mercy College H T 1-1 2 

OT 

9/13 Haverford College A L 0-1 

9/15 Ursinus College A L 0-2 

9/20 Immaculata University H L 1-3 

9/24 Valley Forge Christian College A 

W3-0 

9/27 King's College H W 2-1 

10/1 Goucher College H L 1-2 

10/4 Wilkes University A L 0-3 

10/8 Marywood University H L 0-3 

10/11 Misericordia University H L 0-5 

10/15 Eastern University A L 0-6 

10/18 Manhattanville College A L 0-4 

10/20 Penn State-Harrisburg A L 0-1 

10/22 FDU-Florham H L 0-2 

10/26 DeSales University H L 0-3 

10/28 Alvernia College A ppd (10/30) 

10/30 Alvernia College A L 0-4 



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8/30 Bryn Mawr College W 3-1 

8/30 Albright College L 1-3 

9/3 Lancaster Bible College W 3-2 

9/3 Wesley College W 3-1 

9/9 Chestnut Hill College W 3-0 

9/11 Immaculata University W 3-2 

9/13 Washington College L 1-3 

9/13 Penn State-Berks L 1-3 

9/13 Arcadia University L 0-3 

9/17 King's College L 0-3 

9/18 Penn State-Abington W 3-0 

9/23 Misericordia University L 0-3 

9/25 Cedar Crest College W 3-0 

9/27 Centenary College W 3-2 

9/29 Valley Forge Christian College W 

3-0 

10/1 Eastern University L 0-3 

10/3 Manhattanville College W 3-0 

10/7 Wilkes University L 0-3 

10/9 Ursinus College L 2-3 

10/11 Penn State-Harrisburg W 3-0 

10/13 Penn State-Berks W 3-2 

10/15 Alvernia College L 0-3 

10/21 DeSales University L 0-3 

1 0/23 Manhattanville College W 

10/29 FDU-Florham L 0-3 



11/1 Kean University W 3-1 






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11/15 Kean University L 51-94 
11/16 Salisbury University W 81-59 
11/18 Keystone College W 72-54 
11/29 Penn State Brandywine W 62-44 
12/3 Alverrnia University L 69-86 
12/6 Lycoming College L 60-68 
12/17 Ursinus College W 60-52 
12/20 Marywood University L 68-83 
1/3 Manhattanville College W 78-72 
1/7 FDU-Florham W 76-71 
1/10 King's CoUege L 66-75 
1/12 Wilkes University L 57-74 
1/14 DeSales University L 81-98 
1/17 Eastern University W 78-65 
1/21 Misericordia University L 58-62 
1/24 Lancaster Bible College W 81-48 
1/26 Centenary College W 83-77 
1/29 Alvernia University L 71-78 
1/31 Wilkes University W 75-60 
2/4 FDU-Horham L 61-68 
2/7 ManhattanviUe College L 64-67 
2/11 Eastern University W 80-77 (OT) 
2/14 King's CoUege L 60-76 
2/17 DeSales University L 70-86 
2/21 Misericordia University L 47-57 






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11/18 Keystone College L 79-86 

11/21 York College L 77-91 

11/22 Penn State Brandywine W 102- 

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1 1/25 Washington & Lee University L 

60-74 

12/3 Alvernia University L 60-67 

12/6 Arcadia University W 70-66 

12/20 Marywood University L 91-93 

1/3 ManhattanviUe College L 65-72 

1/7 FDU-Florham W 83-53 

1/10 King's College L 78-83 

1/12 Wilkes University L 81-91 

1/14 DeSales University W 72-70 

1/17 Eastern University L 64-68 

1/21 Misericordia university L 67-76 

1/27 Lancaster Bible College W 84-62 

1/26 Penn State Berks W 96-68 

1/29 Alvernia University W 85-72 

1/31 Wilkes University W 81-75 

2/4 FDU-norham W 68-61 

2/7 ManhattanviUe College L 46-73 

2/11 Eastern University W 74-68 

2/14 King's CoUege W 81-80 

2/17 DeSales University L 71-84 

2/19 Penn State Harrisburg W 85-53 

■^^nfflSSTTTOrdia University W 83-71 

2/23 Wilkes University L 60-64 





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1 1/15/08 East Stroudsburg Univ Open / 

No team scoring 

11/26/08 Kutztown Univ N T 19-19 

1 1/26/08 Elizabethtown Col W 29-16 

12/6/08 York Col Spartan Invitational 

1st out of 10 teams 

12/19/08 Davidson Col W 27-12 

12/19/08 Del State Univ W 40-7 

1/3/09 No. 28 York Col N W 41-0 

1/3/09 Gettysburg Col N W 43-9 

1/3/09 No. 5 Univ of Wisconsin-LaCross 

N W 24-13 

1/3/09 No. 12 U.S. Merchant Marine 

Academy NW31-9 

1/10-11/09 Ohio North Univ N W 46-0 

1/10/09 No. 9 St. John's Univ (Quarterffials - 

Division III National Duals) N W 41-4 

1/11/09 No. 2 Augsburg Col (Semifinals 

Division III National Duals) N L 17-25 

1/11/09 No. 4 Coe Col (Consolation Fin|ls 

Division III National Duals) N W 22-15 

1/16/09 McDaniel Col W 52-0 

1/17/09 King's Col N W 43-9 

1/17/09 Stevens Institute of TechAW 4 

1/21/09 Messiah Col W 46-0 

1/23/09 Wilkes Univ W 38-3 

1/27/09 Shippensburg Univ W 38-10 

1/30/09 Luther Col W 52-0 

1/30/09 Coe Col W 26-15 

1/31/09 WartburgCol AT 17-17 

2/5/09 East Stroudsburg Univ W 24-16 

2/11/09 Centenary Col W 41-3 

2/13/09 Millersville Univ W 38-9 

2/21/09 NCAA Midwest Reg - National QuaUfier 

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3/6-7/09 NCAA Division III Championships 

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3/14 niinois College N W 3-2 

3/14 St. Joseph's College (ME) N L 3-11 

3/15 Macalester College N W 2-0 

3/15 The College of Wooster N W 6-4 

3/17 University of Massachusetts 

Dartmouth N W 9-5 

3/17 Richard Stockton College N L 2-4 

3/18 SUNY Fredonia N L 6-7 (8 inn) 

3/18 Roger WiUiams University N L 0-1 

3/22 Wilkes University (DH) A W 4-2, 

W4-1 

3/24 Misericordia University (DH) H L 0-3, 

W6-5 

3/28 Manhattanville College (DH) A L 3-5, 

W3-1 

3/31 Lebanon Valley College (DH) A L 0-6, 

LO-6 

4/8 Arcadia University (DH) H L 4-9, L 4-10 

4/9 Alvernia University (DH) H W 4-0, 

W4-3 

4/17 FDU-Florham (DH) H W 7-1, W 9-5 

4/18 King's College (DH) H L 0-16, L 1-4 

4/23 Eastern University (DH) A W 9-2, 

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4/25 DeSales University (DH) A W 3-2, 

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2/28 Lancaster Bible CoUege (DH) W 16-0, 

W8-0 

3/7 Arcadia University (DH) W 9-3, 

W13-8 

3/14 Westminster College (DH) N W 3-2 

(9 inn), L 6-7 (8 inn) 

3/15 Utica College (DH) N W 18-5, W 10-6 

3/16 Earlham College N W 6-2 

3/19 Crown College N W 4-0 

3/19 Bethany CoUege N W 12-0 

3/20 Carleton CoUege (DH) N W 3-2, W 7-4 

(9 inn) 

3/24 DeSales University A L 7-8 

3/27 DeSales University H W 3-2 

3/28 King's College (DH) A L 4-5 

(10 innings), L 6-19 
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j 4/4 Alvernia University H L 2-6 

4/5 Misericordia University (DH) A L 5-6, 

L4-9 

4/8 Ursinus CoUege H L 11-13 

4/9 Gwynedd-Mercy College H W 23-7 

4/17 Eastern University (DH) A W 21-5, 

W 12-10 

4/18 ManhattanviUe College (DH) H L 1-10, 

W7-5 

4/23 Kean University A L 2-16 

4/24 FDU-Horham H L 5-9 

4/25 Wilkes University (DH) H W 7-4, 

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4/26 FDU-FIorham A W 10-7 



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9/19/2008 Moravian College Fall 
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9/22/2008 Lebanon Valley College 
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10/1/2008 Messiah College 
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1/30/2009 Muhlenberg College 
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2/7/2009 Frank Colden Invitational (at 
Ursinus) A 17th out of 17 teams 
2/14/2009 Albright College Invitational 
A No team scoring 
2/20/2009 Keogh Invitational (at 
Haverford College) A No team scoring 
2/28/2009 MAC Indoor Championships 

- (at Lehigh University) A 8th out of 10 

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of consideration in this v^orld are 
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^'Desire and hope will push us on 
toward the future. " 

-Michel de Montaigne 



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Ria S. AUman 



Kristin L. Antonaccio 



Eileen E. Arroyo-diaz 






Joseph R. Barnicle 



Steven Barr 



Ashley L. Barry 






Kiiiihcrlcc C. B;irtclt 



Sarha L. Bclkmum 



Philip T. Blazejewski 




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Jessica L. Brown 



Kathryn L. Budion 



Tami M. Burkett 



Ashley L. Cahill 






Rebecca Campbell 



Ally son M. Cerasaro 



Alison M. Chamberland 






Vincent L. Chianca 



Jessica A. Chin 



Meghan T. Clark 






Karah C. Coburn 



Daniel V. Confuorto 



Meagan A. Corson 



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This year has been productive. I am glad that the 
Student Government Board and the senior class officers 
have had a significant influence on many initiatives, and 
I am grateful that we had the opportunity to do so. 
DelVal's future continues to be bright as student 
opportunities expand even further over the years to 
come. I look forward to staying in touch and can't wait 
to see how the school will progress over the years to 
come. 



Seth Maurer 



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Amber L. Daub 



Detra A. Deatrick 



Stephanie A. Dec 






Lucia Decerio 



Andrew J. Degothseir 



Lauren A. Del Grosso 






Daniel J. Delcher 



Katie Derer 



Jacqueline Deschenes 




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Stacy A. Drespling 



Megan A. Eick 



Samantha L. Eromenok Samantha E. Ewing 






Katherine A. Feldenzer 



Daniel E. Fenstermacher 



Kelly V. Fetter 







Chelsey E. Fields 



Kevin M. Finucane 



Helen M. Foley 






Christina R. Forbes 



Christina L. Fortin 



Jasmine Francisco 



167-" 




To the Future of Delaware Valley College, 

It is remarkable on how fast those best four years of your life will fly! 
Take EVERY chance to squeeze all the life out of what college has to 
offer. It is an amazing journey that will help mold the person you will 
soon become. Endings are always bittersweet Personally, Del Val has 
become my second home and will leave me with everlasting memories. 
My advice to all is to open your heart up to the opportunities that Del 
Val can offer you, meaning socially, academically, physically, and 
mentally. You never know how it might influence you! Live Life to the 
fullest! 



With much Love, 

Samantha Eromenok 
Senate Representative 

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Jessica S. Freeman 



Brian R. Freer 



Robert P. Galdieri 






Nicole M. Geib 



Jill R. Geisler 



Shani A. Gilbert 






Kevin R. Gouldey 



Susan H. Graf 



Jessica A. Grill 




Amanda J. Guralski 



Frnst T. Habcrland 



Tracy E. Halligan 



Curtis O. Harder 



170' 




Kelly M. Harding 



Jared Hauseman 



Katherine L. Hazzard 



Shannon M. Heck 






Emily C. Heiser 



BeckyJ. Heisey 



Shelly Helstowski 






Mary E. Hennessey 



Elizabeth A. Hines 



Lauren E. Hobbs 



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Lynette L. Jernigan 



Elizabeth D.Johnson 



Rachael L. Jones 



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Going out with a Bang! 

The Class of 2009 entered Del Val in an unforgettable way. Within the first 
few weeks of school we were, and continue to be, an undeniable force in 
every aspect of college life. The Class of 2009 is full of very strong 
personalities with very diverse backgrounds, which have helped make 
many positive changes around campus. Our innovation, motivation and 
dedication will pave the way for our futures, which will undoubtedly be 
full of success and happiness. The Class of 2009 has never backed down 
from a challenge, and as we prepare to enter the real world, I hope it is 
ready for us because we will not fail! 

Kelly V. Fetter 



172 




Dear Delaware Valley College Community, 

During a time in my life when the future is so open and terrifying, I find 
comfort in reflecting on my past years here at Delaware Valley College. 
The friends I have made and the experiences I have had are irreplaceable. 
It has been a long journey since my arrival here in August 2005; I have 
grown both personally and academically. The challenges I have faced have 
only helped shaped my personality and sense of determination. DelVal 
changes everyday and although it saddens me to think I am leaving during 
the college's renaissance, I look forward to returning in the future. 
Most importantly, I would like to say thank you. 

Shelly Helstowski 
Class of 2009 Treasurer 



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David A. Justice 



Colleen B. Kampf 



David P. Keeler 






Laura B. Keelev 



Joseph C. Kistler 



Bonnie M. Kizis 






Seth A. Kohler 



Devin C. Kozicki 



David W. Kramer 




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Matthew J. Lamar ca Matthew A. Landever Lauren E. Lansberry Katie L. Lemoncelh 






Sarah Levengood 



Anna L. Lobach 



Felcia K. Lowe 






Kathleen T. Mahon 



Megan L. Mnaley 



Kaitylyn Marczzi 






Matthew T. Mariano 



Nicole M. Martini 



Seth G. Mauiti 



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James C. Mccusker 




Julia L. Miller 




Bethany L. Moore 




Crista L. Melchiorre 



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Jillian C. Moser 




Lacy Miles 




Matthew J. Minutolo 



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Rachel A. Neuhauser 



Tyrone K. Nickens 



Andrea L. Nickoloff 



Abigail N. Onyon 



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Keegan M. Orr 



Justine S. Palme 



Amber L. Parise 



Robin L. Patriarca 






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Anthony T. Perry 



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Deandra M. Pierson 



Laura S. Pinhas 






Rebecca L. Popowcer 



Celeste Preston 



Brittany L. Pyle 



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End of the Year Concert 







Alicia H. Rich 



Katherine M. Robbins 



Caitlin Rooney 




Drew K. Ross 






Nancy D. Rule 




Micheal A. Santicerma 



John S. Schaffer 



Nancy Schuyler 




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Joseph E. Silvestri 



Tara S. Simmonds 



Kristen L. Smith 



Abigail S. Smith 






Amy L. Stafford 



Justin D. Stattel 



Melissa E. Steffenino 




Mary C. Steveline 





Micheal Stitzinger 



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Laura R. Taylor 



Joseph Tetz III 



Ross M. Thomas 



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Lara M. Ticconi 





Kathleen E. Tilghman 





Shane T. Toohey 




Kayla L. Toomey 



Pamela A. Tracey 



Tori L. Traficante 






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Jon E. Trottii 



Lisa C. Trout 




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Justin Weber 



Matthew J. Weiler 



Kevin L. Weingart 



Elizabeth R. Wessells 






Tori A. Whitehaus 



Anne M. Whitford 



Jill D. Whiting 






Amanda L. Wilson 



Lauren E. Wright 



Chelsea L. Yasenchak 




Jennifer C. Zapotocki 



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Wide Receiver 

We wish you sunshine & 
happiness. Wc wish you 
ciniiLige & bravery, We wil) 
he hehind you in whalover 
you choose. Love. Mom. 
bad & Caii 



Eileen Arroyo-Diaz 




Congratulations! 

We are so proud of all you have 
accomplished and we know you 
will continue to succeed in life! 

Masonic Children's Home 



Matthew T ,a 

With those eyes, and your 
family behind you, You will 

go far in life. 

We are so proud of you! And 

the journey has just begun. 

All of our love. 

Mom & Brian 


ndever 







Colleen Kampf 



We are all so proud of your 
accomplishments. 

We know that you will be 

successftil in whatever 

you do. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Kyle, Grandmom 





Having you as our son is truly a blessing. You 

have grown into an energetic, good natured, 

helping young man with a great smile. Our pride 

in you is endless. We wish you the best of luck 

in your future plans. Always follow your heart 

and all your dreams will come true. 

hveryone has greatness and there's nothing that 

can stop you but yourself. Aim for the stars 

because their closer than you think. 

Jon aka JET C0NGRA1 S FOR A JOB 

WELL DONE!!!! 

Love Mom, Dad & the Girls ( Claire & Dottie) 




\ Vince nt Ch ianca 

Vinny, 

Congratulations on your hard work and 

dedication at Delaware Valley College. 

You have made us proud. 



Love Dad, 

Mom 

And 

Michael 



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To Jessica, 

Congratulations! You Did It! 

We are so proud of all you have accomplished and look for- 
ward to all you will achieve. 

Enjoy life as you always have - in your own special way. 
Follow your heart and you will always succeed. 
Heaven is smiling down on you. 

Wc love you, . 

Mom, Dad and Rachel 




Kelly Harding 





Kelly, 

God blessed us the day you were bom. He gave us a beautifiil, caring, 

compassionate, determined, wonderful daughter. We are very proud 

of all you have achieved. Keep following your dreams wherever they 

may lead you and keep reaching for the stars! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 




Crista Melchiorre 





Crista, 

Here you are, all grown up and ready for the real world. 

Just remember: 

Stay young at heart. 

Always follow your heart. 

Do not lose the passion for what you love. 

Follow your dreams to the end of the Earth. 

But, remember there is always room for you at home. 

Love, Mom 

Crista, 

Since you entered my life, when I married your mother, 

things have certainly been interesting. I have enjoyed watching you 

grow up. 

I told you college would be a great time in your life. 

Congratulations and best wishes for whatever the fiiture holds. 

Love , Jay 

Crista, 

Way to go GIRL! 

Love, Ray 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 2009! 




uostens 



Proud publisher of Del Val's 

Cornucopia 

BILLSTRAUB 

(610)247-5415 

bill.straub@jostens.com 



Andrea Nickoloff 








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'Andrea Q^ic^oCoffs 'Avjcsome "Acdievement 

'Andrea, your gracfuation from 'DeCaware VaCCey CofCege 
fiCCs us witdjoy ancC pride. 
We afways £new that you coufcCcfo -whatever you ready tried. 
'DeCVaCwas a fantastic v face for you to five andfearn. 
We wiffrememSer itfondfy andvfan to return. 
T'fie staff was so nice and -professors were great. 

Your Seautijuf coffege is reaffy first rate. 
It has heen an exciting and chaff enging journey 
to get tkat 'Bachefor oj Science degree. 
Your career in wifdfife management and conservation 

wiffhe a success for affto see. 
Your famify is so excited and heaming ajfectionatefy. 
You are an exc^uisite person and so fovefy, too. 
You never c^uit. You never gave up. 
You just did the wor^ and saw it through. 
With ffying" cofors you ipassed aff the tests. 
We LOVE you and want you to ^now that we thin^ 
YO'U A'RE 'f'yfCE 'BEST'l 

With Lave and hisses from, 

"Mom, 'Dad, 'Eddie andfic^s and paws from junior 

(l-funter and SnowSaff are afways with you in spirit) 




In Loving Memory 

of 
Lucas Weiss 



Born February 24, 1989 in Doylestown, PA, Lucas lived in 

Upper Black Eddy, PA before moving to Ottsville two years 

ago. He was a 2007 graduate of Palisades High School and 

was attending Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, where 

he played on the football team and played lacrosse. Lucas had 

a love of life, he was an avid athlete and played many sports. 

He was also an artist. He was a loving son, brother and friend 

and will be dearly missed by all who knew him. As an organ 

donor, Lucas has been able to give the gift of life to others. 

Lucas is survived by his father Anthony Buddy Weiss of 

Ottsville, PA, his mother Marta Weiss of Plumsteadville, PA, 

brother Aaron Weiss of Marietta, GA, grandmother Georgina 

Warren of South Carolina, three aunts Maryann Previte, 

Margaret Cookie DeVito, and Frances Weiss, all of New 

Brunswick, NJ and many cousins and friends. 




Dariyen Carter 

Class President of 2011 

Rho Epsilon Kappa 

Phi 08 




Cornucopia Staff 
2009: 

Katheryne Hubbard 

Ross Thomas 

Sarah Richardson 

Lauren Bolnick 

Samantha Kelly 

Erin McCloskey 

Courtney Springfield 

Felica Erdie-Lilly 

Mark Miller 

Stephanie Neiderer 

Elizabeth Burkett 

Robyn Cragle 



Mr. Bill Straub, Jostens 
Ms. Joann Donigan, advisor 




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'The greatest barrier to success... 

Leaving the yearbook is like leaving a family, one that I have been part of all four years of 
college. It was one of the first groups that I joined as a freshman and at that time if you had 
told me that I would become the editor I would have called you crazy. But Hfe has its own 
ways of working things out and as it happened I was the only person to take over being 
editor, although I was not about to turn down the position. 

It was a wonderful journey and I enjoyed every moment of it, the good and the bad times 
(and there were plenty of both let me tell youj. The things that I learned from Cornucopia 
will stay with me the rest of my life, even the silly things, like drawing on the window and 
coloring pictures for the wall. 

I know that this yearbook will be one of the best that Cornucopia has ever pubhshed, and I 
am verv^ proud of it and the work that my staff has accomphshed. I wish the new team the 
best of luck and all the best in the world. 

They say that goodbye is one of the hardest things that a person can do... for me it was 
surprisingly easy. I know it is because I left behind an amazing staff, one that I am certain 
will take Cornucopia to new and exciting heights. 



Make it work! 

Sincerely, 
Ross Thomas 
Editor of Cornucopia 

When I was first told that I was going to be the new co-editor of the Cornucopia I was a little 
nervous. I had done and handled most of what the position asked for, but to have to bare the 
responsibility of not only getting my assignments done but also the staffs was a little scary. 
However, I took the challenge head on and with the support and cooperativeness of the rest 
of the Cornucopia staff I am proud to present to the campus community our 2008-2009 
yearbook. This year was full of both great joy and sadness, and I only hope we were able to 
capture most of those times in order to preserve them for our future. Since we had a lotof 
new members this year, we were able to be present at more events and therefore increase the 
number of photos for this book. All in all, this was a great year. I really enjoyed having the 
opportunity to be a leader of this club and finish the book for not only our editor Ross but 
also the campus community. I can only hope next year will be as rewarding. Thank you to 
the Cornucopia Staff nnd Congratulations to the Class of 2009! 

Sincerdjj, 

Kather^nc Iluhhard 
Co-editor of the Cornucopia 

...is the fear of failure" - Sven Goran Eriksson 

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