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THE HAWK YEARBOOK 
1994 Edition 

"In the process of Moving On" 



Tine University of Maryland Eastern Shore 
Princess Anne, MD 21853 
(410) 651-2200 




he Henson Center, one of many new buildings on our fast growing and beautiful University Campus. 



UMES 



Just when we thought 
UMES couldn't get any 
better, it did. A new 
HRM facility, a new 
wing on tlie Library, 
and students with a 
new attitude. As the 
university expands so 
does the student pop- 
ulation. We are now 
one of the fastest 
growing universities 
on the Eastern Region 
of the United States. 
And you can't beat 
that with a bat. So you 
can get with tliis, 
cause this is where it's 
AT!! 





Bigger and brighter 
things to come!! 



V V W V V V 




The more we are 
together . . . 



The happier . . . 



We Shall Be 



LIFE 

AT 

UMES 

1993-94 



SPRING TO FALL 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dr. King 







Academics 


120 


Dorm Life 


125 


Graduation Day 


136 





Dedication 



Bobby Lee Faun- 
teroy, Jr. (scoop- 
ie), brotiier of ttie 
late Vernetta 
Lynn Faunteroy 
was born on No- 
vember 26, 1963 
to Bobby Lee, Sr. 
and Vernell Faun- 
teroy. He was 
called to rest on 
June 10, 1993 at 
4:30 p.m. 

His early educa- 
tion was in the 
D.C. Public 

Schools. He com- 
pleted his educa- 
tion in the Prince 
George's County 
Public Schools. 
He then went on 
to receive his B.S. 
degree in Con- 
struction Man- 
agement Tech- 
nology from the 
University of 
Maryland Eastern 
Shore. While 



attending U.M.E.S., 
he designed the 
addition for the St. 
James A.M.E. Zion 
Church in Salis- 
bury, Maryland. Mr. 
Faunteroy was 
also a dedicated 




member of Phi 
Beta Sigma, Frater- 
nity, Inc. 

He was employed 
as the Assistant Di- 
rector of Housing 
at U.M.E.S. since 
August 1990. To 
faculty, staff and 
students he was 
known as "Mr. F". 
His easy going 



manner, humor, 
and excellent or- 
ganization skills 
made him invalu- 
able to his depart- 
ment. He was an 
inspiration to us 
all in the U.M.E.S. 
family and will al- 
ways be remem- 
bered as that spe- 
cial friend. 



"YOU WILL BE DEARLY MISSED MR. F" 



STUDENT 
LIFE 




REGISTRATION 



"It's ok . . . really. All you 
have to do is talk about 
who did your hair, where 
you were during the thun- 
der storm and who is that 
cute new guy in the print- 
out line? Some people just 
handle it better than 
others." 







I am telling you, wait till 
next week and . . . 



"Hold me Billy!! I am just 
going to go crazy on her if 
she don't wipe that silly 
grin off her face! I missed 
breakfast and lunch this 
morning, standing in line 
for 4 hours." 





The SDC 



10 






student Leaders Luncheon 




The head 
Table. 




GO TO THE HEAD OF THE 











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Princess Anne Christmas Parade 





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Jazz At Its Finest 




AS THE JAZZ BAND PER- 
FORMS THEIR TALENTS 
SEEM UNLIMITED. 

THEY TOUCHED HEARTS, 
MINDS, AND SOULS. 



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students look on in appreciation 
as ttsey took time out between 
classes to listen to some really 
mellow music performed by the 
John Lamkin Orchestra. The 
band outperformed themselves. 





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Esther Abu 

Felecia Adams 

John Alexis 



Nadine Amado 

GregoiA' Austin 

Latisha Bell 




The Good Old Days At UMES 




The brighiesl moments are usually shared with that 
special someone, who might just be a large 
pussycat name Garfield. A happy couple. 

I mon going to really miss U.M.E.S. Jah Know. The 
teachers, the Caf. the fellas, the ladies . . . the ladies 
. . Did I mention the ladies? 





Deidra Bellamy 
Rona Bennett 
Saran Best 



Denek Booth 
Donovan Bowen 
Nicole Branch 



Roberta Bright 
Wilbert Briley 
Nichelle Brobmer 



Karen Brown 
Kell\' BuKis 
Alicia Butler 



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Stacey Caprindo 

Kevin Carter 

Stacey Clemmons 



Deborah Copes 

Lynnel Copes 

Kiniberly Corbin 



Natasha Counts 

Livingston Cowlins Jr. 

Tiffany Crawley 



Jamerson Davis 
Joyce Davis 
Kisha Davis 




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Adade Deganus 
Rosa Dickerson 
Nailah Dodson 



Harold Dotson 
Donald Douglas 
Tanisha Downer 



Courtney Fields 
Louis Finney 
Tersean Ford 



Timothy Francis 
( :arla Giddings 
ryra Harding 



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Ernest Harvey 
Kevin Hayman 
Gennarci Hinds 



Monic Holbech 
Jeriiyn Hu^lnes 
Matt Hunkoxic 



Kasey Jearld 

Cedric Jenkins 

James Johnson 



KeWh Johnson 

Stephanie Johnson 

Dara Key 




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Derek Kelly 
Antcinette King 
Tiffany Ledbetter 



Cfiarles Lawson 
Grover Lett JR. 
Nicole Little 



Jacqueline Lloyd 
Yulanda Longus 
Neal Lovell 



Makundu Mabuza 
Munira Mack 
Antonio Magby 



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Pan u 'la Marsh 

R()>>fr Mason 

Leonique Miles 



Jon Miller 
Daryle Mobley 
Denise Moore 



Meshack Mudoh 

Monique Nelson 

Brain Newman 



Elizabeth Newman 
Starish Newton 
Tonya Nichols 




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Anika Nkrunal 
Abuvomi Okuwa 
Sharon Parham-Sewall 



:;^ Denise Parker 
Marcus Paschall 
Robert Peace 



FHeginald Pearson 
Christabel Philogene 
Kelly Pinder 



Waverly Powell 
Dana Polk 
Nkenge Ponges 



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LaShawn Price 
Nicole Price 
Yvette Redd 



Denay Reed 
Kevin Reynolds 
Dawn Rothwell 



Demecka Ruckner 

Tisha Scott 

Joseph Scott JR. 



Tawana Simons 
Claiborne Sellers 
Stephanie Smack 




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Cherylven Smith 
Donald Smith 
Tiffam' Smith 



Ho\' Smith 
Wanda Spellman 
^olanda Spence 



Damon Stewart 
Sandra Stewart 
1 Tracie Svkes 



Stewart Stone 
Onjana Teele 
Syleesia Tempieman 



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Coleen Thomas 

Maureen Thomas 

Nichole Thomas 



Erika Thompson 
Marcia Thorpe 
Marlon Tillman 



Zena Torain 

Kim Upchurch 

Eric Vaughan 



Monica Venable 
Terrence Via 
Keba Wadda 




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Glencia VVainwright 
Raven Walker 
Andrea Webster 



Dionne M. Wedge 
Shanda R. Williams 
Shenette Williams 



Troy Williams 
Belinda Winslow 
Sarannah Winston 



Jeri Wood 
Paula D. Woods 
Carnation Wooten 



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CORONATION OF MISS UMES, 




Miss UMES Tyra Harding, with her supporting family. 



TYRA MICHELLE HARDING 

Under the theme "Our Future: Rich in Tradition." Tyra Michelle 
Harding was crowned Miss University of Maryland Eastern Shore on 
October 15. 1993. 

Miss Harding, a senior physical therapy major from Port Wash- 
ington, Md., will lead a court comprising Miss Freshman, Shinzira 
Fowler: Miss Sophomore, Jolanda Best: Miss Junior, Thomasina 
McCoy; and Miss Senior, La Shantra Myers. Twenty-two additional 
campus queens participated in the ceremony. 

The outgoing Miss UMES, Rhonda Terry, will relinquish her title 
to her successor and President Hytche will crown Miss Harding. The 
coronation was followed by a reception that was held in the SDC com- 
mons. 

The daughter of Deborah and Charles Harding Jr. , Miss Harding 
is a member of the UMES Honors program and parliamentarian of 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. She is also a member of the UMES volleyball 
and Softball teams. 




Participating campus queens bringing gifts for her majesty. 



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The Royal Queens and Escorts 




a Shantra Myers 



Thomasina McCoy 





\landa Best 



Shinzira Fowler 



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Dr. William P. Hyuhe posing 
with Miss UMES. after her 
crowning. 




Tyra anxiously awaiting to cut 
her cake. 



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Pamela Adams Fr. 



Dawn Allen Fr. 



Tamiko Augustin Fr. 



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Julius Benton Fr. 






Shinika Blue Fr. 



Damon Bynum Fr. 







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Keisha Canty 


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Derrick Carter Fr 





Oronde Clark Fr. 



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Rosalina Cook Fr. 





Wilfred Dillard Fr. 



Laird Douglas Fr. 



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Emmanuel Faulkerner Fr. 



Tracy Ford Fr. 



Traci Glorer Fr. 



Carplus Green Fr. 





Porsha Green Fr. 



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Larry Hamilton Fr. 



Wendy Harrison Fr. 





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Joel Hedgepeth Fr. 



Mathew Hicks III Fr. 



Albert Jackson Fr 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 










Robin Johnson Fr. 



Joetta Jones Fr. 



Kadijatu Kakay Fr. 



John Kellogg Fr. 







Turkessa Love Fr. 



Dana Maddox Fr. 



Stanley Mathews Fr. Yolanda Mathews Fr. 





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George Mills Fr. 



Tien Morganel Fr. 



Jean Claude Nzamba Fr. Danyele Pannell Fr. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 







Arnelda Redding Fr. 



Christie Redding Fr. 



Peaches Rhem Fr. 



Cynthia Roberson Fr. 





Arvenia Saunders Fr. 



Florence Scott Fr. 



Jarrard Smith Fr. 



Lawrence Smith Fr. 





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Corey Strigler Fr. 



Sharron Tabron Fr. 



Kenny Taylor Fr. 



Jamel Tolson Fr. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 





Elton Vvfttuis Fr. 



Dana Walden Fr. 



Gerald Watson Fr. 



Chris Whorler Fr. 







Anton White Fr. 



Delvin Williams Fr. 



Nicole Williams Fr. 



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Georgia Wlllinson Fr. 










Don Wilson Fr. 



Tony Birchett So. 



Teshara Boule So. 



Zyrus Campbell So. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 












Reginald Carter So. 



Astor Chambers So. 



Sean Deshields So. 



Michelle Gasklns So. 







John Gay So. 





Samuel Hawkins So. 



Anthony Howard So. 






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Garland Jones So. 



James Long So. 



Tamika Moore So. 



Tanita Morris So. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 



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Cotina Murray So. 



Nicole Parsons So. 




Morinette Peart So. 



Kesha Pill So. 







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James Rasel So. 



Lin wood Rugh So. 



Albert Thompson So. 



Lakia Trotter So. 







Lisa Washington So. 



Michael Allen Jr. 



Nate Brown Jr. 



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Keith Burrell Jr. 



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Gaylen Carpenter Jr. 



Kenneth Carter Jr. 



lunicd Carter Jr. 



Chawanna Dorsey Jr 




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Lament Ellis Jr. 



Pamela Gaddy Jr 



WDieye Gray Jr. 



Webster Gray Jr. 







Walter Gunter Jr. 



Terrence Guntrope Jr. 



Heather Harding Jr. 



Bevin Hickey Jr. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 






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Brenunda Higgs Jr. 



Darreil Holly Jr. 



Carolyn Jefferson Jr. 






Gerald Jones Jr. 






Janine Jones Jr. 



Kenya Levi Jr. 



Amice Lofton Jr. 





Luann McCallum Jr. 



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Thomasina McCoy Jr. 




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Julia McGinley Jr. 



Kerrv Moore Jr. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 93-94 






Dawn Morris Jr. 



Katrina Murphy Jr. 



Tawada Oliphant Jr. 



Corv Pailcau Jr. 







Rebecca Price Jr. 



Brian Ross Jr. 



Mia Scott Jr. 



Tiffany Scoti Jr. 




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Sharon Spence Jr. 



Quientesa Tanner Jr. 



Franklin Taylor Jr 



Caroylyn Thaxton Jr. 



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Kevin Waits Jr. 



Tarik Weldon Jr. 



Nelan Williams Jr. 



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James Wofids Jr. 



Mark and Natalie at Kiah Hall 



44 



Mr. securily himself. Isn't he jusi 
happy to be working among 
friends. But check him out wtien 
the fights broke out ... he broke 
out too!! 



On a weekend we 
know what TIME it is!! 



when it's 20 degree outside you can 
rest assured that the dance floor is 
HOT! The SDC was always jammin 
with the most energetic and talented 
students at UMES. Yes it was a good 
year for all who watched as the 
guys did their club moves and the 
ladies did their thang. From pajama 
Jams to Halloween get-ups we did it 
all. 




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Graduate students also know 
how to do the butterfly reggae 
dance. The N.Y. born and bred 
Lance knows what time It Is!! 




Toga Time!! Which means 
sheets and sheets and more 
sheets. By ivionday the laundry 
room was full of students doing 
Iheir dirty sheets. 

SDC parties also meant time for 
old friends to live the good old 
days at UMES. The Fun just never 
stops at graduation day. True 
friends will never die 



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PARTY PEOPLE!! 




Go Lisa, go Lisa, its your birth- 


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candy! Watch where you put 




Just look at him over there girl- this body. 
Yo Kev check the honey out man. these darn sheet! I cant even friend. He is just dribbling over 
Man she fine! 1 gots to get out move! 



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TAKE IT FROM THE 




Cool Dave takes time out of his AlsA jam. 
studying to scope the scene at an 



Some people have a way of in- the music hits them 
venting their own moves when 



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House, Rap, Reggae and Go-Go 



When these guys get together 
and do their thing, expect the 
floor to give them room. Thesi- 
guys are in such great shape 
from dancing, they could last 
night!! 




Around the yard in a day. 



The LIMES Spring relays was 
filled with excitement and fun. 
The many schools that participat- 
ed made the track really hot Our 
athletes were alwavs in front! 




|ALPHA OMICRC 
APRIL 7 19 



" The ladies of Alpha Kappa 
Alpha displays their 
paraphernalia in the SDC. 



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Dreads in the house! 



Dreadlocks made a strong come- f 
back in today's society. Many 
people saw the true meaning of 
the dreads and its cultural im- 
pressions. 





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Russ takes the hdir thing \ery se- He enjoys a head-tan e\ei>' now 
rious as he doesn't have much and then, 
choice, (if you know what I mean) 



jme brothers prefer the really 
Tiooih look on the top. So 
Tiooth It shines! On the court It 
sips to keep the fellas cool. 





Ifs always a long walk to any- the apartments, 
where on campus if you live In 



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I HOME 
COMING "94" 

i The best and brightest talents from all 
over the United States met at UMES this 

-I year. From Greeks to Comedians, to 
Dela Soul and Tribe call Quest, UMES 
was simply the best place to be. 



SOMETHING 




EVERYONE 



The cold weather could no 
keep the crowd from enjoying 
all the great shows. 




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You know it's a UMES Homecoming wfien 

WE 

GETS 

CRAZY! 




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Wayne 

is in 

tine 

PAC!! 



jr You begin to really look foi 
the speed limits arouncj 
Princess Anne. 



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The Fellas ask more than once . . 




Do 1 look 
OKG? 



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CATHOLIC STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 





CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOCIETY 




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HUMAN ECOLOGY 






63 



CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL 




President — Duane Broughton 



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CLUB 




Sharon 



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BETA KAPPA CHI 




REHABILITATION 

STUDENT 

ASSOCIATION 





TERRY REDD — President 
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SENIOR CLASS 




SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 




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PRELAW SOCIETY 




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HAWK MESSAGE 



Esther Abu 
Editor-in-Chief 




Esther and Pam at work. 



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LIGHT 

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Inc. was founded on Jan. 15, 

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Zeta Phi Beta sorority was created on the 
campus of Howard University in 1920. 



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DELTA SIGMA THETA 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded on Jan. 13, 1913 at 
Howard University. 






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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Service Frat. Inc. 




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KAPPA ALPHA PSl INC. 




NUPES! 



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STUDENT 

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YEARBOOK POSSE 



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STAFF 



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Faculty and Staff Ahmad to Chalmers 







Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad Mr. Mohamed Ahmed 






Mr. Douglas 
Bloodseort 





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Mr. Hakesh Ar>'a Ms. Bernadette Beckett 




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Ms. Roberta Bright 



Mr. David Boyd Mr. Walton Burke 





Ms. Mignon H. 
Anderson 



Dr. Norman K. Andsor 





Mr. Carvin Beckett Mr. Clinton Beckett 





Mr. Corey J. Bowen Ms. Darlene Boyd 





Mr. Miguel Carrion 



Ms. Rebecca Chalmer: 



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Faculty and Staff Clauss to Dishsharool 





Mr. Mark Clauss Mr. Al\-ern Chesterfeild 






Ms. Sherri Church Dr. Leon Copeland 




Ms. Shirley Corbin Mr. Preston Cottman 




Ms. Grace Dennis Mr. Joseph Dennis 





Mr. Oliver B. Childs Ms. Sandra Christian 




Ms. Sherema Copes 




Mr. Ronald Couln 




Ms. Gail Corbin 




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Mr. Earl Dennis 




Mr. Robert Deshields Ms. Norma Dishsharool 



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Faculty and Staff Douglas to Grangler 



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Mr. Kenneth Evans 




Ms. Nicole Gale 




Ms. Anita Douglas Mr. Samuel Douglas 




Ms. Lynn Duffy Mr. Beteck Ellis 




Mr. Sam Evans 



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Ms. Olga Goswellen 




Dr. James P. Doyle Dr. Sidney Drake 



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Mr. Edward V. Elbs Mr. Antiionv Evans 




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Mr. William E. Fisher 




Dr. Herman Franklin 





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Mr. Tom Graham 



Mr. James Grangier 



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Faculty and Staff Grant to Hartman 




Mr. Enos Grant 




Ms. Sharone Grant 




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Mr. Gregory Hall Mr. Sylvester Hall, Jr. 




Ms. Ruby Handy Mr. Todd Handv 





Ms. Lori Harmon Ms. Louise Harmon 





Ms. Alma Gregg Dr. Youssef S. Hafez 





Ms. Beatrice Hamilton Mr. Allen Handv, Sr. 




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Mr. Don M. Hanna Mr. Braddock Harmon II 






Ms. Jeannine 
Harter-Dennis 



Mr. Curtis Hartman 



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Faculty and Staff Hayes to Joynes 







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Mr. James Hayes Mr. Arvine Hayward 




Ms. Josephine Holden Ms. Paula Holden 




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Ms. Shirell James Mr. Elisha Jones 





Ms. Lisa Jones Mr. Marvin L. Jones 





Ms. Uonna Hickman Ms. Cheryl Holden 



Mr. Dennis Ignasias 




Mr. Kenneth James 





Mr. Douglas Jones Mr. George W. Jones 







Mr. Richardson Joseph Mr. Marion Joynes 



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Faculty and Staff Kaup to McDonald 

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Dr. Shekhar S. Kaup Ms. t.\el\ n Kclle>- 





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Ms. Jessica Lankford Mr. Mei-Yiao Lo 





Ms. T.A. Lucas Mr. James Lunnermon 




Ms. Alrethia McClees Mr. Melvin S. McCov 






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Mr. Ken Kundell Mr. John R. Lanikin 




Mr. Neal Lovell Ms. Monique Legette 




Ms. Jeanette Lvles Ms. Janet Matthews 





Ms. Judith McDaniel Ms. Sheila McDonald 



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Faculty and Staff Miles to RoUey 





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Mr. William Miles Ms. Veronica Miles 




Ms. Beatrice Nelson Ms. Josephine Temple 

Merrill 




Mr. Ojiabo 

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Ms. Lorna Robinson 





Mr. Kenneth Hodgers 




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Mr. Ernie Mittle 




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Dr. Jean E. Moore 




Mr. Ken Ni.xon Dr. Charles Nnolim 




Ms. Monique Potter Ms. Miriam Price 







Ms. Aorea Rodriguez Mr. Ernest RoUey 



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Faculty and Staff Rounds to Tawes 





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Ms. Martella Rounds Ms. Priscilla Rounds 




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Mr. Derrick Selbv Dr. Diann Shovvcl 






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Ms. Lois M. Smith Ms. Jodellano Statom 




Mr. Mark E. Steinne Mr. Lerov Summers 






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Mr. Ernest Satciiell Ms. Brenda SclKJoifield 





Mr. Douglas 1. Smitli Ms. Jessie C. Smitli 





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Mr. TvTone Sterling 



Ms. Deborah 
Stevenson 




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Mr. William B. Talbv Mr. David Tawes 



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Faculty and Staff Tilghman to Woolford 





Mr. John Tilghman Mr. Norman Tilghman 





Ms. Lisa U. Waters Ms. Deborah Weinriech 





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Mr. Mathew Whittiker Mr. DeWavne H. 

Whitting 




Mr. Bruce Williams Ms. GeorgAnn Wing 




Ms. Patricia Tilghman Mr. Dale Tuppin 






Ms. Lorna Wharton Ms. Melanie White 




Ms. Lvehair Wigfall Mr. Frank Wiley 




Ms. Beatrice Wright Ms. Linda Woolford 



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Faculty and Staff Young to Verbeke 





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Ms. Sarah Young 



Dorothy Body 



Michael Jenkins 



L:)r. Lamin Mbye 



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Dr. Karen Verbeixe 



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Athletic Support Staff 




Athletic Secretary 
ANNA BARNES 




Athletic Academic Advisor 
KAYE PINHEY 








Athletic Trainer 
KIM BAKER 




Sports Information Director 
SHEILA BENTON 





Athletic Secretary 
CHRISTINE ALLEN 




Faculty Athletic 

Representative 

DR. HENRY BROOKS 



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Athletic Director 
HALLIE E. GREGORY 



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Media Information And 1993 Schedules 



MEMO TO 
THE MEDIA 

The University of 
Maryland Eastern Shore Sports 
Infomiation Department is 
very pleased to supply this 
publication of the 1993 Hawks 
fall teams and programs. We 
hope it will answer many of 
your questions throughout the 
next several months. We 
sincerely appreciate your 
interest in the UMES athletic 
programs, and will do every- 
thing possible to meet your 
needs throughout the course of 
the season. 

We hope to see you at 
UMES duringthe fall of 1993. 
Feel free to call on me if I can 
be of an) further assistant. 

Sheila Benton 
Sports Infomiation DircLtor 



PRIMARY 
MEDIA OUTLETS 

Greg Gaston. WMDT TV-47 
Sports Director 
P.O. Box 4009 
Sali.sbury, MD 21801 

Bob West, WBOC TV- 16 
Sports Director 
P.O. Box 2057 
Salisbury. MD 2180! 

Dave Broughton 
Sports Editor 
Salisbury Daily Times 
Salisbury, MD 21801 

Gary Lambert 
Sports Contact 
Baltimore Sun 
501 N. Calvert Street 
Baltimore. MD 21278 



1993-94 SOCCER SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 
SEPTEMBER 4&.S at Mt. St. Man-'sCloumaniL-nt) 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER 



GEORGETOWN 

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 

at Hofstra 

N.C. WILMINGTON 

at Manhattan 

at St. Peters 

at UDC 

WINTHROP COLLEGE 

DREXEL UNIVERSITY 

at VCU 

atVMI 

at SalisbuPt- State 

atUMBC' 

EAST CAROLINA 

HOWARD UNIVERSITY' 

Head Coach: SAMUEL DOUGLAS 



Time 

1:00 p.m. 
3:00 p.m. 
3:00 p.m. 
3:00 p.m. 
3:(»p.m. 
LOOp.m 
3:00 p.m. 
3:00 p.m. 
LOOp.m, 
3:00 p.m. 
7:00p.m. 
LOOp.m 
3:00 p. Ill 
7:00 p. ni 
LOOp.m 
LOOp.m. 



1993-94 MEN & WOMEN CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 



Date 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER 



Opponent 

at Lhiiversity or Maryland College Park 
at Navy, LaSalle, Penn State St, Marys 
at Delaware State College 
UNI V. OF MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE 
al Bowie Slate University 
at UDC Invitational 
at Univ. of Mary land College Park 
at Lineoln Liniversitv 

MEAC CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP 
NORTH CAROLINA A&T 
Head Coach: GREG MOORE; ASSISTANT COACH: JACKIE THOMAS 

1993-94 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 



Time 

9:00a. m 
9:00 a.m. 
9:00 a.m. 
9:00 a.m. 
9:00a. 111. 
9:00 am 
0:00 a. Ill 
0:00 am 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER 



Date (.)pponeiit 


Time 


4 al Tow son 


7:(K)p.ni. 


II COPPIN 


12:00 p.m. 


1 3 at Morgan State Coppin/Moruan 


4:00p.m. 


16 LASALLE 


7:00p.m. 


18 MORGAN 


12:00 p. m 


21 atUSNavalAeademy 


6:.^0p.m, 


25 at Coppin/Morgan 


Il:(X)a.m. 


28 at Howard 


6:00 p. m 


1/2 MEAC MID-SEASON TOURNAMENT 


TBA 


atSCState/Fl.. A&M 




at Bethune-Cookman/NC A&T 




5 at Delaware State 


6:30 p.m. 


8 DELAWARE STATE 


6:30 p.m. 


9 DELAWARE/AMERICAN 


12:00p.m. 


1 5/ 1 6 at Howard University 


TBA 


("Howard Classie") 




21 HOWARD UNIVERSITY 


6:00 p.m. 


22/23 at VCU (TOURNAMENT) 


TBA 


26 DELAWARE STATE 


6:00p.m 


28 at American University. 


7:30 p.m. 


3 at Georgetown University 


8:15p.ni. 


3/6 MEACCHAMPIONSHIPS 


TBA 


Head Coach: LISA JONES 





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1993 Hawks Soccer Team 




1993 Soccer Outlook 



STARTERS LOST/RETURNING: 3/8 

KEY RETURNEES: Mark Moodie, Jonathan Lindsay, Karry Brown, Pedro Webster, Joseph Martin, B.J. Strain 

KEY NEWCOMERS: Kimandi Binns, Fitzgerald Williams, John Smullen, Terry Pledger 



The 1993 season will be the first full year as a Division I memherforthe soccer team of the University 
of Maryland Eastern Shore. They will be under the direction of second year head coach Sam Douglas. 
Although last season ended on the downside with a 0- 1 2- 1 record . Coach Douglas has a much better outlook 
for the upcoming season. 

Douglas said "last year's season didn't turn out as well as I thought we were going to do as a team, 
due to injuries to key players early in the season we had to make adjustments that didn't prove to be in our 
favor. There were some players that played in positions that were unfamiliar to them. By the time that they 
adjusted to their new positions, it was late into the season and that proved not to be in our favor. Last year 
we had a few players that could get the job done for us, this yeiu" we should have a more rounded team 
where 1 can go to more players to get the job done. We're looking to a new year with a new pool of talent. 
I will rely heavily on cxpenenced returnees such as Jonathan Lindsay, Mark Moodie, Pedro Webster B.J. 
Strain and Joseph Martin. Newcomers Kimandi Binns, Fitzgerald Williams, and Kelvin McQuilken are also 
expected to play a key role. Kimandi and Fitzgerald have played first division in Bemuida, their wealth of 
talent will be looked upon in helping the team succeed. 

Coach Douglas set out to get ssome of the top recruits in soccer, he believes he's been fairly successful 
in his efforts. "Although recruiting didn't go quite as well as I had hoped. I'm still pleased with the group 
we have coming in. As I mentioned earlier, there are some newcomers that will be looked upon to deliver." 

"Lm expecting this year's team to have matured and have more talent and able to compete in more 
positions than last year's team. As a team we've set a goal of winning at least 5Q7c of our games this year. 
I believe finishing at .500 is a realistic goal for us, due to the tact that we will take on more Division I 
competitors this season." 

"The guys trained and conditioned over the summer, along with playing in summer leagues. I don't 
expect us to give up as we did in some instances last season. We were alright until a goal was scored, then 
the team felt as if they could not recover. Every game started out well, we just didn't finish strong. We 
didn't capitalize on the opportunities that we made available to ourselves to get back into the game. This 
year's team will be more aggressive and not lay back and wait for things to happen, we will make them 
happen. I also expect this group to be a close knit group, giving it all they have from start to finish. Jonathan, 
Fitzgerald and Joseph will be depended upon for their strong work ethic and keeping the team motivation." 
Charles Taylor will be looked upon heavily to keep the balls out of the net. "Charles is very talented, he 
will work out fine giving the team leadership. We will be a team with victories and respect." 

COACH SAM DOUGLAS 

Coach Sam Douglas enters his second season as head soccer coach at 
UMES. The Bennuda native has compiled an 0-1 2- 1 record to date . Douglas 
began his playing career at UMES as a midfield in 1989 where he was the 
team captain . He was an assistant coach for the Hamilton Paris Junior Team 
in Bermuda. His playing experience includes the Bemiuda National Youth 
Soccer Team, the Hamilton Parish Soccer Club (First Division Club) and the 
Devonshire Colts Soccer Club. 




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1993 Hawks Cross Country Team 




106 



1993 Cross Country Outlook 



Greg Moore arrived at the University of Manland Eastern Sliore during the 1 993 Spring Semester as 
the head cross country coach. 

Being very optimistic about the program and upcoming season. Coach Moore feels that his program 
will not "take a back seat to any program in the country. We ar taking on a new beginning with the cross 
country program. Our athletes should feel an honor to wear the Hawks uniform to compete. It's something 
that was earned and not just given to them. We will compete against some of the top teams in the country, 
helping to make our athletes mentally tough. Vm hoping to build a strong middle distance program. The 
scheduling also helps in my recruiting etfoils."" 

The runners are expected to be in top shape after enduring their conditioning program during the 
summer. A group of talented athletes will make up the backbone of the team as they are looked upon to 
carry the team - Gail Stewart and Helena Renee will bear most of the burden as they will make up the 
backbone of the women's team. Freshman Quanda Buckner should help the team in terms of depth. 

Al Eddings a mainstay on the Hawks squad has been a consistent performer on the team for three 
years and is expected to do the same again. The men will have additional depth in Bernard Hall, now in 
his fourth season will provide experience for the team. Newcomers Barry Jackson, Clayton Nichols, Corey 
Strickland and the Ali brothers will provide rays of hope. These 800 meter runners need to have a good 
crt)ss counti7 season. 

Moore says "it's important to instill in his athletes pride and tradition in the country program. The 
standards have been raised a bit in tenns of motivation to compete for the Running Hawks." 




COACH MOORE 



Greg Moore enters his first year as the head of the University of Maryland 
Eastern Shore track and field programs. Moore comes to UMES after serving 
as the interim head track and field coach at LaSalle University. 

His other coaching jobs have been at Jarrod High School , Arizona State 
University (assistant). Temple University (graduate assistant in strength and 
conditioning), and Community College in Philadelphia (implemented track 
program). 

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from 
Arizona State University in 1986. He is cunently completing requirements 
for his Master of Science degree in Sports Administration at Temple University. Moore competed on the 
track team at Arizona State and the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Trials. Moore is a strongly motivated and 
goal-oriented man, seeking to use track and field as a means to help student reach their potential as human 
beings, not just athletes. He aims to reinforce values that will have a life-long positive contribution to the 
experience of the athlete's lite. "I want my student-athletes to remember that I care about their pertomance 
on the track and as individuals off the track." 



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The Lady Hawks look to fill big shoes as they lost two key players in the Minis sisters (Jaekie and 
Jennifer) and improve from the 15-18 season of last year. Head Coach Lisa Jones looks to add to the depth 
of the team and have a strong finish in the MEAC as well as the overall record. She will have to rely on 
some freshmen to pull the Hawks through. Outside hitter Lisa Casimir showed improvement last season 
and will counted on heavily to produce for the Hawks this season. Middle blockers Nancy Raymond (Jr.) 
and Monica Venable (Sr. ) will be counted on to contribute more this season and make contiued improvement. 
Raymond has proved herself to be a defensive specialist. Junior setter Kcisha Maddox will return as leading 
setter with offensive strategies and team motivation. Senior outside hitter Karen Ellis is expected to continue 
her intensive play as an all around player. 

There are high expectations of Stacey Swain who did not see alot of action last year but is expected 
to provide strong net play for the Lady Hawks. 

Coach Jones speaks of the newcomers: ""Vera Carrington. Holly Toadvine and Ausha Johnson. Vera 
is an all-around player, she sets as well as hit outside. Holly will be relied upon for her strong defensive 
skills and setting. Ausha has great leaping ability and should be an asset offensively and rotate to several 
positions. With this type of talent. I"m looking to fill the shoes of the talent lost from season."" 

SCHEDULING: "Due to a new NCAA bylaw we are required to play Division I teams only. Therefore 
our schedule is more difficult as we are playing some of the top Division 1 teams in the state. Because our 
competition level is more competitive our style of play will improve right along with the competition. We 
remain optimistic and realistic in setting our goals for this season. We do expect to be just as competitive 
as our countciparts. We will take the challenge head on." 

STRENGTH OF TEAM: ""I expect the team to have stronger bench players, alleviating some fatigue on 
the starters. This would be a growth stage for us, last year we were not very deep. I expect newcomers 
Ausha and Holly to help in the defensive areas. We should have nine to ten solid players 1 can go to at any time."" 



PREDICTION ON SEASON: ""Because our schedule has changed tremendously, I expect to finish overall 
at least .3()() or better. The competition is more difficult at the level we'll play. In the MEAC I expect a 
finish in the top three, to bring home a conference crown would definitely be a big plus. I expect our offense 
to be strong so that it will help make the defense play easier,"" 

HEAD COACH: LISA JONES 

Lisa Jones begins her second year as head volleyball coach for the Lady 
Hawks. She was the asssistant volleyball coach for the Hawks during the 
9 1 -92 season. Last year Jones guided UMES toa 15- IS finish. Jones is also 
the interim head women's basketball coach. 

A graduate of Wofford College. Jones received her bachelor"s degree 
in Business Economics. While in college. Jones was a member of the 
volleyball, basketball and softball teams. 




MANAGERS: TIA WATKINS, ERICA THOMPSON 



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UMES 1993-94 LADY HAWKS WOMEW'S BASKETBALL 



The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Lady Hawks are looking 
forward to a new start for the 1993-94 basketball season Last season 
the team finished with an overall record of 7-19 and a Mid-Eastern 
Athletic Conference record of 4-12 

Last season ended with a loss in the first round of the MEAC 
tourney to Bethune-Cookman College (62-61) in the "play-in" game, 
and an eighth place conference finish 

Lisa lones is in her first season as head coach for UMES She 
follows the direction of former Lady Hawks coach, Willie Simon as 
she assisted him for two years in the women's basketball program 
Two key players were lost from last season's team who provided 
leadership and guidance, Peggy Edwards and Nathalon lackson, who 
received MEAC honorable mention honors 

With the return of nine players from last season, the 
team has developed unity and look to one another for a consistent 
flow and balance to the team 

The 93-94 team will be competitive, but not very deep. They will 
exercise condition and be aggressive offensively and defensively. Suc- 
cess will be judged not in wins and losses but on whether they play 
as well as they can game to game 
and if they gave 100% effort game 
to game The Lady Hawks are look- 
ing to play against the game of bas- 
ketball and not against the oppo- 
nent If that happens, they should 
make progress from last year's team 
who seemed to struggle Their intent 
is to play inside out basketball and 
establish a strong inside game A 
team that posses good speed and 
overall athletic abilities, will need 
to come better as basketball players 
(because they're not as big as they 
want to be) Their size needs to be 
overcome with some degree of con- 
ditioning and execution of very fun- 
damental and simplistic attack, "We 
can never get tired, we're not very- 
deep, states Coach lones The team 
will have to play ball " They hope to 
take every transition opportunity 
and try and convert a basket, with- 
out being reckless With the loss of 
Nathalon lackson, (who averaged 
eight rebounds a game and finished 
seventh overall in the MEAC) they 
must rebound strong as a team For 
that to happen they must get posi- 
tion and get the ball first, they'll 
have to out |ump a lot of people 

Returning this year, is senior 
Audrey Williams, Audrey is a smart 
player, that is not only smart, but a 
fierce competitor With her abilities 
we should be able to get in an of- 
fense and decent learning game if 
we get her the basketball She is our 
top player Senior Monic Holbeck is 
also back this season She is an ex- 
cellent player who will play at the 
small forward and guard positions 



Lady Hawks Quick Facts 

NAME UNIVERSITY OF MARYUND EASTERN SHORE 

LOCATION PRINCESS ANNE, MARYLAND 

FOUNDED 1862 


ENROLLMENT 


2500 


COLORS 

MASCOT 


MAROON AND GRAY 

HAWK 


NICKNAME 

AFFILIATION 

CONFERENCE MIC 

CHANCELLOR 

DIREaOR OF ATHLETICS.., 
OFFICE PHONE 


LADY HAWKS 

NCAA DIVISION 1 

-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 

DR. WILLIAM P. HYTCHE 

HALLIE E. GREGORY 


(4101651-6496 


HEAD COACH 


LISA lONES IWOFFORD '891 


OFFICE PHONE 


(4101651-6538 


RECORD AT UMES 


0-0 IslYEAR 


CAREER RECORD 


IslYEAR 


BEST TIME TO REACH 10:00 A.M. TO 12:00 P.M.; 2:00 - 5:00 

ASSISTANT COACHES BEATRICE NELSON 1ST. AUGUSTINE'S '861 
OFFICE PHONE 14101 65l-77b3 


FRANK WILEY 


(SOIOURNER DOUGLAS '891 


OFFICE PHONE 


(4101651-6590 


SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR .... 
OFFICE PHONE 


SHEILA BENTON 

(4101651-6499 


FAX 


14101651-7600 


HOME PHONE 


(4101860-8961 


HOME COURT 


TAWES GYMNASIUM 


CAPACITY 


2000 


STARTERS RETURNING 


AUDREY WILLIAMS 


PG, 5-5 13.0 PPG, 5.1 RPG 

STAGEY SWAIN 


C, 5-1 1, 5.2 PPG. 5.0 RPG 


MONIC HOLBECK 


G, 5-6, 10.7 PPG. 4.0 RPG 


STARTERS LOST 2 


LETTERMEN RETURNING 3 


TOP NEWCOMERS .. .. 


TIINYA BROWN. AMY SIVADGE. 


TERESA PRINGLE 1 


1992-93 OVERALL RECORD 

CONFERENCE FINISH 

1992-93 HONORS STAGE 


7-19 


.... EIGHTH 
Y SWAIN - MEAC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 



She IS a top scorer who takes advantage of openings and has great 
skill in getting free to the ball. Sophomore Stacey Swain is looking 
forward to contributing in the forward position She is a strong reboun- 
der who makes things happen on the inside Stacey was also named 
to the 1993 All Rookie Team Sophomore Robin Petitt is becoming 
comfortable as a post-up player down low She is reliable in this 
position as well as on the perimeter Robin is known for her consistant 
play Sophomore lavaha Ross is also a return player She is a strong 
athlete who will be a key player She is a smart player who makes 
good decisions in the position she plays lavaha should get more and 
better scoring opportunities as well this season Sophomore Cecili 
Tomlin should prove to be an outstanding player for us in the future. 
With her quickness and speed as well as her outstanding shooting 
ability Cecili will be a great contribution to the team junior Sheila 
McKaig is a hard worker that will make strong contributions this 
season She is a tough competitor and a powerful player Sheila also 
has the skill to make quick adjustments in her style of play Sophomore 
Billye lones is one of the finest athletes She has great speed which 
makes her dangerous on the break She is still developing as a basket- 
ball player and is one to look for 
Billye is also know for her aggressive 
defense and hustle lunior Quatia 
Watkinswill make positive contribu- 
tion as a strong forward Her good 
attitude is one that will fit into the 
program easily 

joining the Lady Hawks Basket- 
ball team this year are two junior 
college transfers lunior Amy 
Sivadge from Colby lunior College 
and lunior Tunya Brown from Spar- 
tanburg Methodist lunior College. 
Amy is a solid player who has the 
skill to be an outstanding player in 
the MEAC She brings a flare of ex- 
citement to the game Tunya is a 
very good athlete who has a lot of 
talent to work with She should 
develop as the season progresses. 
The women's team also wel- 
comes four freshmen Tiffany Miller, 
Breona Brent, Vera Carrington and 
Teresa Pringle Breona Brent made 
the team as a walk on She should 
make some contributions to the 
team immediately Tiffany Milier 
also made the team as a walk on. 
She is a hard worker who makes 
things happen on the floor. She is 
expected to be a post-up forward. 
Vera Carrington has great speed and 
a solid jump shot that will be bene- 
ficial to the teams success Teresa 
Pringle is a good athlete that is a 
team player and good competitor. 
These attributes will combine with 
her quickness and smart play 



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#20 
Cecili 
Tomlin 

G — 5'3 

Sophmore 

Chicago, IL 

Whitney M 

Young Magnet HS 

1993-94: Good 

outside shooter 

needs to work 

on quicker shot release and ball handling 

to contend for a vast amount of playing 

time at guard position 

1992-93: 80% from the free throw line 
played 14 games 

Personal: Daughter of Pamela Townsend 
and lulius Tomlin Born October I, 1974 
Maionng in Biology Pre-med 

Hobbles: Skating, talking on the phone 
#11 

Vera 
Carrington 

G — 5'6 

Freshman 

Philadelphia, PA 

lohn Bartram HS 

1992-93: Aver 
aged 19 2 ppg 
9,6 rpg 6 as- 
sists , MVP vol- 
leyball and bas- 
ketball Best Student Athlete Tri-State 
Area 

Personal: Daughter of Virginia Alfred 
Born May 21, 1975 Ma|oring in Physical 
Education 

Hobbies: Volleyball and Softball 

#40 
Teresa 
Pringle 

G — 5 5 

Freshman 

Suffolk, VA 

Lakeland HS 

High School: 

MVP Basketball. 
Averaged 1 5 3 
ppg, Most Athle- 
tic 2nd in State 
Tennis Championships 

1993-94: Very athletic and talented quick 
feet flatoutspeed outstanding defen- 
sive player will become a much better 
player as a sophomore and really mature 
as a leader by her junior year 
Personal: Daughter of Ophelia Pringle 
Born June 18, 1975 Majoring in Nursing 
Hobbies: Playing tennis and shopping 






#32 

Monic 

Holbeck 

G — 57 

Senior 

Brandywine, MD 

Gywnn Park HS 

1993-94: Ex 

pects strong 
consistent 
shooting has 
worked over the 
summer to improve quickness expected 
to be a strong contender for starti ng posi- 
tion as a second guard 

1992-93: Started all 26games averaged 
10 7 points per game 70% free throw per- 
centage 

Personal: Daughter of Rose and Lawrence 
Holbeck Bom September 10, 1971 
Majoring in Business Administrations 

Hobbies: Clubbing and going to movies 



#42 
Sheila 
McKaig 

F C — 5'I0' 

lunior 

Sewell, Nl 

Washington 

Township HS 

1993-94: 

Strong, physical 
inside player 
saw limited playing time last year with 
continuous work on ball control will see a 
lot more playing time 

1992-93: Played 18 games averaged 1 8 
points per game 

Personal: Daughter of Ms Shiela McKaig 
and Robert McKaig Bom April II, 1969 

Maionng in Hotel Restaurant 
Management 

Hobbles: Mum 






#23 

Billye 

Jones 

G — 5 7 

Sophomore 

Suitland, MD 

Elizabeth Seton HS 

1993-94: Out 

standing defen- 
sive player good 
foot 




needs to work on offensive game will see 
ample amount of playing time 

1992-93: Played 22 games 50% field goal 
percentage 

Personal: Daughter of Vie lones and William 
lones Born luly 25, 1974 Majoring in Bus- 
iness Administration 

Hobbies: Listeningto music and being with 
friends 

' #3 
Tunya 
Brown 

G — 5'5 

lunior 

Blackville, SC 

1993-94: Very 
quick player 
shoots well off 
the dribble 
junior transfer's 
experience and leadership abilities should 
provide for significant amount of playing 
time 

1992-93: Averaged 17 ppg four assists 
per game six steals per game 

Personal: Daughter of Ruenell Brown and 
Herman Brown Sr Born lanuary 28, 1969 
Maionng in CnmJnal justice 

Hobbies: Softball, Tennis, Horseback riding 

#30 
Quatia 
Watkins 

G — 5'9 

lunior 

Washington, DC 

Eastern HS 

1993-94: Walk- 
on from last year 
Improved shot 
Will see in- 
creased playing 
time with work on ball handling and control 

1992-93: Played 7 Games Averaged 6 re- 
bounds Averaged 5 minutes per game 

Personal: Grandaughterof luanita Edwards 

Born December 7 1971 Majoring in 
Biology Pre-Physica I Therapy 
Hobbies: Listening and Playing music 




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#21 
Audrey 
Williams 

PG — 55 

Senior 
Omaha, NE 

Colby, CC 

1993-94: Out- 
standing point 
guard from 

Colby Commu- 
nity College Runs the floor very well 
is a player that likes to create Nomi- 
nated to the MEAC Pre-Season All-Con- 
ference team Should have tremendous 
impact on the teams running and transi- 
tion game 

1992-93: Started 26 out of 26 games 
Field goal percentage was 68% Averaged 
1 3 points a game 69 steals for season 

Personal: Grandaughter of Willie Mae and 
Richard Bom April 8, 1971 Majoring in 
Hotel Restaurant Management 

Hobbies: Studying 



#44 

lavaha 

Ross 

C — 6'3 

Sophomore 

Minneapolis, MN 

North HS 

1993-94: Saw li- 
mited playing 
time last year 
Stands in good 
contention for 
starting center position Must work on 
strength inside and consistent shooting 
and rebounding 

1992-93: Played 14 games Averaged 6 
points a game Averaged 7 minutes a 
game 

Personal: Daughter of Aviis and Rudy Ross 
Born August 17, 1974 Ma|oring in Sports 
Administration 

Hobbies: Rapping and Baking 





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#32 
Stacey 
Swain 

FC — 511 

Sophomore 

Chesapeake, VA 

Oscar Smith HS 

1993-94: Strong 
inside player has 
good foot speed 
and jumping 
ability named to MEAC All-Rookie team 
probable starter as a power forward 
needs to get more aggressive inside to im- 
prove game 

1992-93: Started 25 out of 26 games 5 2 
points per game 5 rebounds a game 

Personal: Daughter of Evelyn and 

Thywenston Swain Bom August 22, 1974 

Maioring in English Communications 



Hobbies: Reading novels, going 
beach, listening to jazz-oldies 



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#22 
Robin 
Pettit 

FC — 5'9 
Sophomore 

Onley, VA 
Nandua HS 

1993-94: Scoot 
ing forward 

needs to work on 
foot speed 

should see increased amount of playing 

time 

1992-93: Played 16 games Averaged 1 6 
rebounds a game 

Personal: Daughter of Luellen Pettit and 
Robert Bagwell Born lanuary 5, 1974 
Maioring in Accounting 

Hobbies: Reading and hanging out with 
the team 





#22 

Amy 

Sivadge 

G — 5'9 

lunior 

Corning, lA 

Colby CC 

1993-94: Out- 
standing 
perimetershoo- 
ter , Very good 
court sense probable starter at forward 
position Needs to work on defensive 
game 

1992-93: Averaged 12 6 ppg 86% from 
the free throw line 62% from the three 
point line Started all 26 games 4 assists 
a gartne All tournament team for Colby 
Classic . NO I in region 6 lunior College 
for free throw percentages. 

Personal: Daughter of joelene and Steve 
Sivadge Born lanuary 24, 1973,,, Majoring 

in Sociology 

Hobbies: Swimming 



#30 
Tiffany 
Miller 

F— 5'8 

Freshman 

Norristown, PA 

Norristown HS 




High School: 

Averaged 7ppg, 
All Tournament 
Team 



1993-94: Really soft touch around the bas- 
ket pretty good hands , very athletic .,. 
still trying to learn the standard for condi- 
tioning and hard work on the Division I 
level good instincts will bea solid player 
for years to come 

Personal: Daughter of Wanda and William 
Dozier Born April 12, 1975 , Majoring in 
Special Education 

Hobbies: Reading and playing basketball 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
EASTERN SHORE 

^k Basketball 1993-94 




'A PROGRAM ON THE RISE 



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Fighting Hawks 



Number 




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Fighting Hawks Roster 



No 


Name 


Ht 


Wt 


P05 


Hometown (High School or JO 


22 


Allison, Zack 


5'4" 


190 


C 


Compton,CA (Salt Lake UT JO 


14 


Arnold, Mike 


5'10" 


165 


PC 


Largo, MD(Dematha,H5) 


43 


Cordew, Damon 


6'6" 


225 


F 


Brooklyn, NYfLaSalleAcad. H5) 


54 


Garrison, Lawrence 


67" 


205 


F 


Suitland, MDIBish. McNamara HS) 


32 


Griffin, Travis 


5'9" 


220 


F/C 


Americus,CA(Coff,K5JC) 


11 


Harris, Terrell 


510" 


164 


PC 


Chicago, lL(Colby,K5 JO 


21 


Harrison, Dale 


5'2" 


175 


C 


Omaha, NE(W. Hills, CA JO 


12 


McDaniel, Jerry 


61" 


160 


C 


Upper Marl, MD (Bladensburg HS) 


23 


McKinney, Aaron 


6'2" 


187 


C 


Portland, OR (Wilson HS) 


24 


Miller, Andre 


6'3" 


173 


G 


Lakewood, CA (Salt Lake UT JO 


44 


Mobley, Kenya 


6'9" 


195 


F/C 


Phil, PA (Camden Co, NJ JO 


33 


Smith, Mike 


6'6" 


205 


F 


Baltimore, MD (St Francis HS) 


50 


Snowden, Corey 


6'8" 


235 


F/C 


Somerset, NJ (St. Bernards HS) 


Head Coach: Rob Chavez 










Assistant Coaches. Jeff Mencla\ 


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Jerry Langley 










Dwayne Smith 









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Roster 


11 


Hams 


12 


McDaniel 


14 


Arnold 


21 


Harrison 


22 


Allison 


23 


McKinney 


24 


Miller 


30 


Howard 


32 


Griffin 


33 


Smith 


43 


Cordew 


44 


Mobley 


50 


Snowden 


54 


Garrison 




FIRST ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): JERRY McDANIEL, TERRELL HARRIS, AARON McKINNEY, ROBBIE HOWARD, 
ANDRE MILLER, DALE HARRISON, MIKE ARNOLD. SECOND ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): ZACK ALLISON, DAMON I 
CORDEW, MIKE SMITH, KENYA MOBLEY, TRAVIS GRIFFIN, COREY SNOWDEN, LAWRENCE GARRISON, 
RICK WALLACE. 



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1994 UMES MEN'S TRACK TEAM 

STANDING (L - R) David Boyd - Head Coach, Jackie Thomas - Asst. Coach, Kamal Dorsainville, Bernard Hall, 
Miguel Rosso, Ufundi Thomas, William Spivey, Larry Jordan. KNEELING: Sheldon Downing, Tyshon Carr, Walter 
Gunter, Corey Strigler, Prince Dennis, Clayton Nichols, Stewart Stone, Joshua Toombs - Manager 



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(L - R) Monique Leggett - Asst. Coach, Giesha Graham, Robin Smith, Debbie Allison, Kiesha Mines, Aisha Capers, 
Quanda Buckner, Kim Faulkner 



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Track and Field Outlook 



Coach David "Spiderman" Boyd began his first season in the helm of the Fighting Hawks 
Cross Country and Track and Field Programs. 

Prior to coming to UMES, the seven time All American long jumper and sprinter and 
National Record holder in the NCAA and NAIA spent five years at Kentucky State University 
as a head coach, five years at Southern University as an Assistant coach, four years at Texas 
Southern University, and was head men's coach at Tennessee State University. At stops along 
his coaching career, he has developed over fourteen All Americans and one Olympic gold 
medalist in the triple jump, Al Joyner. ; 

Coach Spiderman Boyd is a native of Memphis, Tennessee where he was Ail State in 
Football and Track and Field at South Side High School, and was Co-captain of both teams. 
The football team was the runner-up in the first state championship and Track and Field were 
the three time state champions. Several members of that football and frack and field teams went 
on to play Pro football, including "Spiderman". 

Coach Boyd got his BA in Business and Economics in 1974 at Fisk University, and after ^ 

several years of fto Football and running on the "ole" ITA Pro Track Circuit, he returned to 
Tennessee University in 1980 to get his MS in Psychology (Guidance and Counsehng). 

Spiderman Boyd has always been an outstanding athlete and leader among his peers, but his biggest asset is his desire to reach 
back and help the youth of today with their sports and education. He has produced 27 Academic All Americans, and many of them 
had furthered their education by attending Graduate Schools across the nation. 

UMES is proud to have landed the service of Coach David "Spiderman" Boyd to it's Track and Field Program. 
1994 - Track and Field Outlook 

WOMEN - The captains for this year's team are L^ylita Ennis and Kim Thurman. Our strengths will be in the Field events with 
Ennis, Thurman, Helena Renee, Lillian Smith, Lisa Casimer, and Christabel Philogene leading the way. Quanda Buckner, Nikita 
Walker, Robin Smith, Aisha Capers, Starr Sumpter, Angela Jackson, Dana Crampton, Kim Faulkner, and Debbie Allison will be 
handling all of the running and relay events. 

Coming from last place in Cross Counu^ to fourth in just one year, we feel as if our program is beginning to make strides. With 
such a young team and a lack of depth, we are optimistic in finishing in the top half of MEAC, leaving injuries. 




MEN - The captains for this year's team are Bernard Hall, Larry Jordan, and Walter Gunter. Our stiength will be in a group of 
"Young Guns" sprinters, Tyshon Carr, Princes Dennis, Kamal Dorsainville, Dwight Green, William Spivey, and Ufundi Thomas. 
Barry Jackson, Clayton Nichols, Miguel Rosso, Al Edding, Corey Strigler and Stewart Stone will be counted on to carry the baton 
across the finish line for UMES. 

After finishing second in the Cross Country championships, our outlook for the Track Season is high. We expect to do well in the 
MEAC's this year. 

With our recruiting efforts going very well and the commitment of the several outstanding athletes, the Fighting Hawk's future is 
looking Bright. We plan to be a force to be reckoned with in the MEAC's and NCAA. Our time table will be set with the first 
recruiting class and will get increasingly better each and every year. Our priority will always be to develop the complete student 
athlete with class, style, pride, and poise. 




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1994 UMES BASEBALL TEAM 

1ST ROW (L to R): Steve Daniels, William Strain, Tommy Richardson, Jerry Pietroski, Ricky Farley 

2ND ROW (L to R): Mike Shockley - Asst. Coach, Calvin Reed, Kyle Lynch, Kevin Cordrey, John Spicer, James 

Rasel, Kippy Shockley 

3RD ROW (L to R): Billy Williams, Ian Pharoah, Wayne Gray, Brian Belt, Demond Robinson, Frank Marshall, Todd 

Harper, Kaye Pinhey - Head Coach 



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Head Coach 

KAYE DORRELL PINHEY 




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Coach Pinhey enters his third year as head baseball coach at the 
University of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

Since pitching at Miami University (Ohio) during the late 70's, 
Pinhey has forged out a coaching career that has taken him to sever- 
al areas of the country before landing on the Eastern Shore. He has 
spent time solidifying his unique philosophies and techniques at oth- 
er major institutions under such tutelage as the renown bio- 
mechanist and baseball authority Dr. Michael G. Marshall. 

In his first year, Pinhey was able to increase the productivity of 
UMES and finish 4th in the conference with a .500 record (the high- 
est finish in four years). Last season the Hawks finished 2nd in their 
division. 

Among his other duties, Pinhey acts as the coordinator for the ath- 
letic academic support unit and teaches classes at UMES. 



Assistant Coach 

MIKE SHOCKLEY 




Mike comes to UMES after graduating from Sahsbury State 
University where he was selected to the All-Conference and All- 
Region teams. In 1990, Mike led Division III in stolen bases with 42 
stolen bases in 45 attempts while playing in 30 games. 

He spent 1993 coaching the Wicomico High School baseball 
team, which finished third in the state. His knowledge of the area 
and reputation among local coaches will help insure continued 
growth in local talent. 



OUTLOOK FOR 1994 

The 1994 "Running Hawks" will again attempt to improve upon the previous year. With a 
demanding schedule and a marked improvement of personnel, the Hawks are optimistic and look 
forward to a strong MEAC finish and overall finishing with a record number of victories. Several 
key players have returned as well as a strong recruiting class to insure the most productive year 
to date for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

With the advent of a brand new faciHty, with the construction to be concluded in May 1994, 
the prospects for UMES baseball are bright indeed. The "Running Hawks" will have one of the 
best facihties in the MEAC and the geographical area. This along with a new assistant coach and 
a solid recruiting class, the Hawks are well on their way to regional and national recognition. 



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1994 UMES TENNIS TEAM 

FIRST ROW: (I to r) Darlyn Bethel, Paula Murrain, Lynn Bragg, Teresa Pringle 
SECOND ROW: John Clark, Brandon Holiday, Carlton Plummer, Brian Hamilton 



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HEAD COACH - BEATRICE NELSON 

Nelson enters her first year at the helm of the Hawks men's and women's 
tennis programs. She comes to the Eastern Shore from Leon High School in 
Tallahassee, Florida where she was the Dean of Students and the head women's 
basketball coach from 1989 thru 1992. From there she held the position of 
Assistant Recreation Director at Myers Park and Recreation Center. 

A native of Greenville. North Carolina, Nelson received her bachelor's 
degree in Health Physical Education and Recreation from Saint Augustine's 
College in 1986 and her master's degree in Physical Education from Florida 
A&M University. Nelson was a standout athlete at Saint Augustine as she was 
a member of the women's basketball conference championship team. 

"My outlook for the tennis program is to make it as competitive and 
productive as possible enabling us to compete with any team in and outside of 
the conference. I'd like to bring UMES its first tennis championship." 



UMES TENNIS BIOS 

John Clark - His first year on the team. He has super strokes who with confidence would be a tough competitor 

in the sports. 

Ronald Wormsely - First year on the team, has shown great improvement and looks to be a better player in the 

years to come. 

Lynn Bragg - Comes out of high school with a 73-0 wins. She has powerful ground strokes and we look 

forward to her dominating the MEAC singles. 

Teresa Pringle - Her first year on the team. She has great tennis skills and has contributed to the team with her 

forward strokes and vicious ability. 

Darlyn Bethel - Her first year playing. She is an enthusiastic player and will be a major factor for the team. 

Paula Murrian - A first year tennis player. She is a good hussler on the court and has shown improvement 

since she began. We look forward to seeing exciting plays from her. 

Vernella Mitchell - a first year player. She is a very suiprising player with room for improvement. 

Nevertheless she is improving everyday. 

Brandon Holiday - a senior with very good tennis abilities. He has played against some of the toughest #1 seed 

in the conference with great potential although he didn't win all of his matches. It's his last season this year, he 

will be dearly missed. 

Brian Hamilton - has been with the team for 2 years. He is a very talented and skillful player. He is fun to 

watch on the court. 

Abdul Green - His second year on the team. He is a good tennis player with potential and a great asset to the 

team. 

Troy Coleman - First year with the team. He has a keen sense of tennis. With time, Troy is going to be very 

hard to beat. 

Andre Stanley - First year on the team. Has very good strokes and would prove to be a tough competitor. 

Carlton Plummer - A senior but first year with the team. Good doubles player with a powerful sei've. 



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1 994 UMES SOFTBALL TEAM 

SEATED: Andre Laster - Student Asst., Kirkland Hall - Head Coach, Sam Douglas • Asst. Coach, STANDING: Co- 
shell Mllbourne, Cyrese Johnson, Tunya Brown, Delia Parra, Pam Fendley, Monica Barnes, Takemia Dorsey 



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like big butts and I cannot lie! 



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UMES DRAMA SOCIETY 




UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
EASTERN SHORE 



Presents' 



"EAST COAST TONIGHT" 



By 

Dr. Delia Dameron-Johnson 

and 

Mr. John Lamkln II 

April 14, 15, 16, 1994 

In the 

Richard A. Henson Center 



The backbone of 
the drama program 
is the UMES drama 
society, which has 
been functioning for 
18 years under the 
advisorship of the 
founder and drama 
director, Dr. Delia 
Dameron-Johnson. 




The Performance of a Lifetime!! 




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Tracie and Kevin takes time (jut lo pose. 

Andrea Webster receives her BA from Dr. 
Hytche inappily with a warm and heart felt 
handshake for a job well done. 




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Malcolm has finally conquered his biggest 
fear. "School Work". Seriously, the brother has 
done a lot for UMES. 



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University of Maryland 

Eastern Shore 

107th Commencement 

Sunday, the Eighth of May 

Nineteen hundred and ninety-four 

Ten 

In the Morning 



Hawk Stadium 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



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Stephanie Johnson, Keith Johnson. Cathy 
Johnson, and Brian Johnson. We are all one 
big, happy Hawk Family, Especially at Gradu- 
ation time! 

We must give our brothers much respect for 
overcoming all the obstacles in society that 
forces African American Males to be so f{>w in 
higher education. 





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Stewart Stone looks on proudly as liis name 
was announced by Dr. Ellis. 



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Firsi in line as always. ni\' NLihian .\lncan Sis- 
ter. Ester Al)ii. walks proiulK to the |.)latform 
to receive her tliplom, i 

Kelly Bulyis gives a "smile of a winner" as she 
receives her diploma. 





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JoAnn Everett gives a warm smile on such a 
cold da\'. 



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Erika Thompson sheds tears of JOY! 



Pamela Marsh is all smiles after receiving her 
diploma. 





Tyra Harding lets the crowd know the end 
has finally come. 



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UNIVERSITY' OF MAR\'LAND 

EASTERN SHORE 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

PRINCESS ANNE. MAR^'L/\ND 21853-1299 

(301) 651-3057 OR 651-2200. EXT. 209 
FAX: (301) 651-2270 

I take this opportunity to tiiank the entire stu- 
dent body for their support. Your input was 
greatly appreciated. You helped to make this 
what 1 feel was a successful year. I know that 
no man is an island and no man can stand 
alone, so to Mr. James White, Jr., thank you for 
the support and the yellings. You are an 
advisor, a pain and a friend. To my staff, (we 
were better known as Snoop Dogg and The 
Dogg Pound), I say thank you. You were there 
for me when everything was good and you 
stood with me when people tried to get in my 
way. We had a lot of things stacked against us 
(you know who I am talking about. ) In our quest 
for our main objective, to bring about a more 
sociable environment on campus, I feel we did 
just that. Guys we heard everything this year, 
from this was the best year 1 had here to this 
was the worst year I ever had. Remember that 
if you can look in your heart and say that you 
gave your best then that is all that matters. 
Again thanks gang. And know that no matter 
where you go or what you may do, we will al- 
ways have SGA and 2105. To everyone who 
helped to make this year a success 1 say thank 
you and May God Bless. 

Yours in Hawk Pride, 

Willie J. Simon. I! 

SGA President 

1993/1994 



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FOUNDERS 




UMES Founders' 

Day To Feature 

Africare Director 

Lucas, Jazz 

Leader Lionel 

Hampton 

UMES 107th Founders 
Day Convocation or 
Thursday, September 2; 
will have as its keynote 
speaker Africare Execu 
live Director C. Payne 
Lucas and will honor jazi 
vibraphonist and banq 
leader Lionel Hampton. 




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DAY 



ir. Hampton shows that he can 
till brinj5 the crowd to their feet. 



)r. Hytche. Dr, Hampton, and Dr, 
ohnson; A collection of great 
ninds and great talents. 




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THE FINAL WORDS 




At LAST we have completed this edition of "The 199i Hawk Yearbook." This book is the product of many hours in 
the SDC, weekends, and extra efforts by all who gave their support. It also shows many hours of generously 
volunteered work by the staff and extra special care by our publisher's, JOSTENS. A very special thanks to 
President Hytche for taking an active role in assuring the quality and speed this book received in getting pub- 
lished. To Mr. James White, Thank you for being a friend a nd a boss. Mr. Frank White for the wonderful advice 
and impressive pictures. To Jackie, Billy, Jimmy, Trish,Jolanda, Jason, Natalie, my sisters, my friends, and the 
UMES faculty and staff, thank you for making this possible. To all those who have had a part in the production of 
this book, I would like to express my appreciation not only for your hard and efficient work but also for your 
loyalty and the generous gift of your "spare time". It has been a pleasure to work with you all. 

Look closely at our past, then go with ms into the future, realize as we do that, gone are the yesterdays but the sun 
dawns on a new tomorroiv. Stay alive for 95. PEACE. 

David C. Hurlock, Editor-in-Chief 



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