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McKendree College 
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A CUT ABOVE 

McKendree College 
Oldest College in Illinois 



Because McKendree is the oldest college in Illinois, 
it is a cut above all the rest. Old Main, the oldest building 
at McKendree College and pictured at the left, was 
completed in 1850, twenty-two years after the college 
was founded. Dr. Pat Folk, professor of history and 
supervisor and preserver of the McKendree archives, 
stated, "One thing people don't realize is the number of 
dedicated people who have make so many sacrifices to 
make this college possible. It's amazing the college has 
survived given that it is one of the best schools in one of 
the poorest areas of Southern Illinois." This also is what 
makes McKendreeCollege a cut above the others. 




Tammy Setzekorn interviews Dr. Pat Folk. 



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HOMECOMING COURT 

Jennifer Carnahan, Jon Craus, Tina Scaturro, Brett Caruso, Kim Radin, George 
Johns, Brenda Grigg, Todd Grigg, Angie Pollmann, Jim Pohlman, Melanie 
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1995 McKendree College Men's Basketball Team. Front Row: Creo Argue, Jeremy Stevens, Fernando Stevenson, Scott 
Brennan, Chad Mills Jon Kraus, Jason Schneider, Jeff Thayer. Back Row: Assistant Coach Ron Awsumb, Student Assistant 
David Forbes, Marcus Prewitt, Brian Schultz, Ryan Mitchell, Marc Derwort, Assistant Coach Craig Dobsch, Head Coach Harry 
Statham. 



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Head Coach 
Harry Statham 

Harry Statham, the NAIA's 
winningest active basketball coach, en- 
ters his 29th year at the helm of 
McKendree College men's basketball 
While accruing 631 victories as head 
coach of his alma mater, Statham has 
taken his team to national prominence 
on a number of occasions. The Bearcats 
have qualified for post-season play 25 
times in 28 years including three trips to 
the NAIA National Championship Most 
recently, the Bearcats earned a spot at 
the 32-team tournament in 1993. 

In 1 988, the Bearcats established an NAIA record for most points scored 
by two teams when McKendree College beat Huron College 124-107 in the 
opening game of the national tournament. This record of 231 total points 
scored in one game, still stands today. 

Such high scoring games are a trademark of Statham's teams In 
1986-87, his Bearcat squad led the nation in scoring with a 105-points per 
game average for the entire season. 

Another national record was set by the Bearcats in 1979 when 
McKendree College successfully shot 39 of 39 free throws in one game 
Today, no other four-year collegiate basketball team has bettered that 
Bearcat feat 




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American Midwest Conference, NAIA 

1995-96 McKendree College 
Men's Basketball Results 




AMC Preseason Tournament 
@Hannibal LaGrange College 
Columbia College 
St. Xavier University 
@Teikyo Marycrest University 
Olivet Nazarene University 
Judson College 
@Eureka College 
@Barat College 

Columbia College Classic 
Mid-America Nazarene College 
Taylor University 
Culver-Stockton College 

@St. Xavier University 
@Rosary College 
Barat College 
@Greenville College 
Eureka College 

@IUPUI 

IUPUI 

Park College* 

@Hannibal-LaGrange College* 
Missouri Baptist College* 

@Lindenwood College* 



90-74 

104-100 (2 OT) 
101-79 
84-82 (2 OT) 
81-78 
108-76 
98-96 
95-85 

90-68 

83-77(OT) 

87-85 

92-75 
92-80 
93-62 
86-78 
104-70 

94-86 
76-75 
94-89 
98-89 
91-80 
81-72 



@Harris-Stowe College* 1 1 0-95 

@Park College* 82-76 

©Columbia College* 74-56 

Hannibal-LaGrange College* 80-77 

©Missouri Baptist College* 81-79 

Columbia College* (reschedule) 69-61 

Harris-Stowe College* 84-76 

Lindenwood College* 96-87 
American Midwest Conference Tournament 

Lindenwood College 92-83(OT) 

Park College 81-66 
NAIA National Championship @ Tulsa, Okla. 

East Texas Baptist University 73-69 

Lipscomb University 95-87 



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WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 






Cheryl 
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McK Women 
accrue impressive 
basketball honors 



This week in Reviewing Sports we 
will return to the McKendree wo- 
man's basketball team, as most of 
you know, this team was the one 
that got the writer involved with 
writing articles for the Advertiser. 
Since the last article on the Amer- 
ican Midwest Conference champion- 
ship game, many individual and team 
awards have been collected. 

Recently at the McKendree Winter 
Sports Banquet on April 15, nine 
members of the team were recognized 
as academic all-conference players. 
Those honored included: Angela Ar- 
beitCT, Gina Bloemer, Kari Cm- 
kovich, Brandi Higgins, Julie Gray, 
Amy McMullen, Kelly Suess and 
Erica Weihl. Each of these students 
earned a 3.0 or higher grade point 
average. 

Other individual awards given were 
to Angela Arbeiter as McKendree's 
most improved player; top defensive 
player went to Gina Bloemer; Kari 
Cmkovich won McKendree's best 
free throw award, while Cheryl 
Stinchfield was named the team's 
most valuable player. Stinchfield led 
the Bearcats with 17 points and 7.6 
rebounds per game. 

Stinchfield was also select- 
ed as the American Midwest 
Conference Player of the Year 
by the opposing AMC coach- 
es. In addition, Stinchfield was 
named to the First Team American 
Midwest All Conference. Finally, 
Stinchfield was also selected to the 
1995-96 NAIA Division I Ail- 
American Second Team and was one 
of ten players selected to the East- 
man Kodak All-American Team. 
Cheryl Stinchfield had an out- 
standing season along with an 
outstanding four-year career for the 
Lady Bearcats. 

The team statistics are the most 
important. When the team made it to 
the championship game, played 
tough competition and ended up 
sporting a 24-11 record, this is what 
wins individual awards. These team 
accomplishments also did not go 
unrtoticed by the Illinois Basketball 
Coaches Association. The IBCA 
selected McKendree Coach 
Ann DeBoe as its 1996 NAIA 
Women's Basketball Coach of 
the Year. 



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1 995 McKendree College Women's Basketball Team. Front Row: Erica Weihe, Sarah Miller, Amy Combs, Brandi Higgins, 
Kari Crnkovich, Julie Gray, Maria Appel, Cindy Gaither, Jenny Niebrugge. Back Row: Coach Ann DeBoe, Statistician Mark 
Buchanan, Gina Bloemer, Susan Diecker, Angela Arbeiter, Cheryl Stinchfield, Jodi Huelsmann, Alecia Wendte, Amy McMullen, 
Polly Waters, Assistant Coach Lisa Willmann. 





Ann DeBoe enters her fifth year 
directing the McKendree College 
women's basketball team. 
DeBoe's Bearcats' finished the 
1994-95 season with a 17-16 
record, the first winning season in 
McKendree College women's bas- 
ketball history. A casual glance at 
previous Bearcat records shows a steady climb. Since DeBoe 
arrived at McKendree College in 1991, the women's basketball 
team's wins per season have steadily increased. A closer study 
of the numbers reveals a steady increase in the strength of the 
Bearcats' schedule. Playing nationally ranked NAIA teams has 
become the norm for women's basketball at McKendree College. 
For the third consecutive year, the Bearcats will participate in the 
prestigious East Central University Tournament. This tournament 
features a number of top 1 teams including the two-time defend- 
ing NAIA national champions, Southern Nazarene University, and 
the national runner-up, Southeastern Oklahoma State University. 



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McKendree College 
Women's Basketball Results 



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February 

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22 
24 

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March 

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W University of Illinois at Springfield 

Carthage College Classic 

Marian College 

Carthage College 
Millikin University 
©Hannibal-LaGrange College* 
East Central University Tournament 

Southeastern Oklahoma State Universi 

L Northwestern Oklahoma State University 

W Pikeville College 

L Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 

Trinity College Tournament 
W Northland Baptist College 

'LBjK Trinity International University 
W Greenville College 

W Fontbonne College 

L ©Brescia College 



W ©Mills College 

W ©Patten College 

W ©University of California - Santa Cruz 

L Lindenwood College* 

W Olivet Nazarene University 

W Eureka College 

L William Woods University* 

W Park College* 

W @Harris-Stowe College* 

L Rockhurst College 

W Missouri Baptist College* 

W ©University of Illinois at Springfield 

W ©Lindenwood College* 

L William Woods University* 

W Hannibal-LaGrange College* 

W ©Park College* 

W Harris-Stowe College * 

W ©Missouri Baptist College* 

American Midwest Conference Postseason Tournament 

W Missouri Baptist College 

W William Woods Universri 



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69-67 



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24-10 







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MEN'S SOCCER 




1995 McKendree College Men's Soccer Team. Front Row: Chris Jacquot, Jason Bode, Dave Gerber, Nathan Stone, Hayato 
Akiyama, John Lee, Steve Napovanice, V.J. Parmley. Second Row: Jeff Rosenburg, Roy Anthony Combs, Kyle Steiniger, Daniel 
Nelson, Don Re, Sean Lakotos, Chris Sandrowski. Back Row: Zac Bullard, Doug Carr, Brandon Stultz, Ryan Anderson, Matt Craig, 
Russ Frink, Jason Mathenia, Joe Dueker, Tim Henson, Coach Tim Strange. 




Head Coach 
Tim Strange 

Entering his second year at the helm of the McKendree 
College Men's Soccer team is 
Tim Strange. 

A Parade All-American soc- 
cer selection at Rosary High 
School in St. Louis, Mo., Strange, 
28, also earned all-state and all- 
district honors his senior season. 





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1995 McKendree College Women's Soccer Team. Front Row: Karen Mudd, Natalie Van Rossum, Jennifer Hobbs, Farrah 
Gray, Mary Stevenson, Amy Grigsby. SecondRow: Jennifer Benson, MikkiRyberg, Debbie Theiss, Laura Bewen, Diane Rogoz. 
Back Row: Coach Kelli Van Hoose-Black, Amy Combs, Cindy Gaither, Polly Waters, Kathy Emke, Lisa Willmann. 



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Women's Soccer Results 

Opponent Score 






Record 




@ Park College 

Lotto Classic 
St. Ambrose University 
Teikyo Marycrest University 
@ MacMurray College 
@ Blackburn College 
Lindenwood College 
Missouri Valley College 
©Westminister College 
@William Woods University 
Fontbonne College (5-6) 

@Harris-Stowe College 
©University of Missouri-Rolla 
Lambuth University 
@Drury College 
Missouri Baptist College 
Central Methodist College 
@Principia College 
AMC Tournament 
@William Woods University 




3-0 

2-1 

3-3 (OT) 

3-0 

1-1 

0-0 (OT) 

2-0 

3-1 



6-5 

6-6 

6-6-1 

6-7-1 

6-7-2 

6-7-3 

7-7-3 

7-8-3 




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Bearcat 

Baseball 





1996 

McKendree College 

Baseball Results 




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Date 


Opponent 


Scores Results 


Record 


February 








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Trevecca Nazarene College 


7-17 


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0-1 


24 


Trevecca Nazarene College 


3-6/4-5 


L/L 


0-3 


March 










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13 


University of Southern Indiana 


8-2/6-12 


W/L 


1-4 


17 


St Thomas Aquinas 


4-2/8-5 


w/w 


3-4 


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18 


Principia College 


13-9/7-3 


w/w 


5-4 


20 
24 


Pikeville College 
Trinity Christian College 


9-1/3-13 

6-4 


W/L 
W 


6-5 
7-5 


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April 


Iowa Wesleyan College 


10-3/12-2 


W/W 


9-5 




1 


Greenville College 


8-7 


W 


10-5 


5 


Missouri Baptist College 


0-10/5-15 


L/L 


10-7 


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6 


Mankato State University 


1-13/1-7 


L/L 


10-9 


11 


University of Mo.-St. Louis 


6-7 


L 


10-10 


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13 


College of St. Francis 


0-7/1-9 


L/L 


10-12 


14 


Lindenwood College 


3-1/3-2 


W/W 


12-12 


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17 


Fontbonne College 


11-10 


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13-12 


18 


Quincy University 


0-10/3-10 


UL 


13-14 




20 


Culver-Stockton College 


7-6/5-4 


W/W 


15-14 




26 


Missouri Baptist College 


5-7/8-6 


L/W 


16-15 




27 


Washington University 


1-6/9-2 


L/W 


17-16 




May 












1 


Harris-Stowe State College 


9-1/13-4 


L/W 


18-17 




2 


Hannibal-LaGrange College 


5-2/5-1 


W/W 


20-17 




Home 


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1996 McKendree College Men's Baseball Team. Front Row: Christopher Foor, Nathan Frederking, Dan Schulte, Jeff Stamps, 
Robert Hargrove, Scott Tindall, Tony Trupiano, Jeff Dunbar. Second Row: Jason Davis, Aaron Lands, Matt Belosi, Shaun 
Kohlenberger, Carlos Fushimi, Robert Walter, Steve Dill. Back Row: Martin Duhour, Matt Chitwood, Don O'Keefe, Justin Toll, 
Assistant Coach Kevin Crask, Head Coach Dennis Pieper. 




1 996 McKendree College Men's Baseball Team. Front Row: Emanuele Trupiano, Jonathon, Weaving, Georf Hannan, Don Lichay, 
Ryan Hood, Mariano Boccardo, Mariano Cadiz, Jeremy Book. Second Row: Bryan Keith, Jeff Nix, Steve Connor, Corey Dagley, 
Steve Gardner, Brian DeLucia, Dean Hermann, Stanley Richardson. Back Row: Eric Broeckling, Edward Emge, Head Coach Dennis 
Pieper, Jason Satterfield, Assistant Coach Kevin Crask. 



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BEARCAT SOFTBALL 



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1996 McKendree College Softball Team. Front Row: Billie Jo Mueller, Carla Murphy, Stacey Coffman, Sara Newby, Jackie 
Bohnenstiehl, Jennifer Henss. Second Row: Carla Wiegmann, Jessica Augustine, Melissa Dorsey, Jennifer Ehrhard, Deanna Cole. 
Back Row: Assistant Coach Toby Harms, Sheri Renth, Heather Braswell,, Amy McHugh, Lisa Eversgerd, Ita Shook, Student 
Assistant Scott Heffron. 




Head Coach 
Melissa Jones 

The rapid emergence of 
McKendree College women's athlet- 
ics in the American Midwest Con- 
ference and in the National Asso- 
ciation of Intercollegiate Athletics 
can largely be attributed to Melissa 
Jones. 

Last season, Jones led her soft- 
ball team to a fourth place finish at 
the NAIA National Softball Champi- 
onship. This is the highest placing 
of any athletic team in 1 35 years of collegiate sports competition at 
McKendree College. 




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1996 McKendree College 
Softball Results 




DATE 


OPPONENT TIME/RESULT 


SCORE 


RECORD 


March 










2 


University of Northern Iowa 


Delayed* 




0-0 






5 


Blackburn College 


Delayed* 




0-0 






12 


"Lindenwood College 


Lost / Lost 


2-7/1-3 


0-2 


16 


Athens State College 


Delayed* 





0-2 




University of West Florida Spring Fling-Pensacola, Fla. 


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17 


Bluefield College 


Won /Won 


11-1/18-2 


2-2 


18 


Missouri Southern State College 


Lost / Lost 


0-1/2-6 


2-4 


20 


Central Methodist College 


Won / Lost 


7-6 / 7-9 


3-5 


21 


Kentucky Wesleyan College 


Won /Won 


6-0/6-0 


5-5 


21 


Cumberland Kentucky 


Lost / Lost 


8-11/2-10 


5-7 


23 


Eureka College 


Delayed* 




5-7 






25 


'Missouri Baptist College 


Delayed* 





5-7 


26 


*Park College 


Won / Lost 


13-1/3-4 


6-8 


30 


Trinity Christian College 


Won /Won 


16-0/14-0 


8-8 


April 










4 


University of Missouri-Rolla 


Won / Lost 


4-0/2-0 


9-9 


6 


Blackburn College (Rescheduled) 


Won / Won 


5-1/17-3 


11-9 


9 


"Columbia College 


Lost /Lost 


5-4/7-3 


11-11 


12-13 


Avila College Invitational Tournament 






12 


Southern Nazarene University 


Won 


8-2 


12-11 




William Jewell College 


Won 


10-0 


13-11 




Benedictine College 


Won 


15-0 


14-11 


13 


MidAmerica Nazarene 


Won 


10-1 


15-11 




Nebraska Wesleyan University 


Won 


5-4 


16-11 


16 


*Hannibal-LaGrange College 


Won / Won 


6-0/9-1 


18-11 


17 


University of Southern Indiana 


Lost/Lost 


2-0/5^1(extra innings) 18-13 


19 


'Missouri Baptist 


Won/Won 


13-12/8-4 


20-13 


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Lady Saints Classic-St. Francis College 






St. Xavier University 


Lost 


11-3 


20-14 


College St. Francis 


Lost 


10-2 


20-15 




Iowa Wesleyan 


Lost 


15-2 


20-16 


21 


Columbia College 


Lost 


5-0 


20-17 




Mt. Mercy 


Lost 


3-1 


20-18 


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Valparaiso University 


Lost 


9-7 


20-19 


22 


*William Woods College 


Lost/Lost 


8-0/17-9 


20-21 


26-27 


American Midwest Conference Tourney TBA 








Lindenwood College 


Lost 


12-4 






Columbia College 


Lost 


11-5 




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• American Midwest Conferer 



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VOLLEYBALL 




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1995 McKendree College Volleyball Results 




September 


Scores 




Record 


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College of the Ozarks Tournament 














Mth place consolation, Jamie Behrends all-tournament 






L 


Ouachita Baptist College 


15-9,7-15,7-15 


0-1 




L 


College of St. Mary 


2-15,6-15 


0-2 




W 


Avila College 


12-15, 15-13, 15-9 


1-2 




L 


Central Methodist College 


14-16,9-15 


1-3 




W 


Hendrix College 


15-6, 15-9 


2-3 




W 


Avila College 


15-9, 12-15, ' 


5-11 


3-3 




w 


Ouachita Baptist College 


13-15, 15-7, 15-9 


4-3 


12 


L 


Columbia College 


5-15,7-15,2-15 


4-4 


13 


W 


Fontbonne College 
Washington University Tournament 


15-6, 15-6, 15-7 


5-4 


15 


L 


Franklin College 


15-10,8-15, 11-15,5-15 


5-5 




L 


Nebraska Wesleyan College 


10-15, 15-13, 7-15,3-15 


5-6 


16 


L 


Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater 


2-15, 13-15, 1 


1-15 


5-7 




L 


©Washington University 


5-15,4-15,2- 


15 


5-8 


19 


L 


Park College 


9-15,7-15,7- 


15 


5-9 


21 


W 


@St. Louis College of Pharmacy 
Tiger Invitational Tournament 


15-2, 15-12. 1 


2-15, 15-9 


6-9 


23 


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Judson College 


12-15,6-15 




6-10 




w 


Purdue University at Calumet 


15-10, 15-12 




7-10 




L 


Siena Heights College 


8-15, 10-15 




7-11 


26 


W 


@Hannibal-LaGrange College 


15-12, 12-15, 


15-1, 15-8 


8-11 


28 


@Eureka College 


12-15, 15-12, 


15-8, 15-2 


9-11 


UCIC 

03 


L 


Missouri Baptist College 


6-15, 15-10, 11-15,3-15 


9-12 


05 


L 


@Millikin University 
Prairie Classic Tournament 


6-15,4-15, 15-10,2-15 


9-13 


07 


W 


Eureka College 


15-7, 15-12 


10-13 




W 


Olivet Nazarene University 


8-15, 15-8, 15-13 


11-13 




L 


Knox College 


8-15,8-15 


11-14 


10 


L 


©William Woods University 


11-15,6-15, 9-15 


11-15 


14 


L 


©Columbia College 


6-15, 15-13,2-15, 10-15 


11-16 




L 


Graceland College 


9-15, 3-15,6-15 


11-17 


17 


W 


Lindenwood College 


15-5, 15-8, 15-10 


12-17 


19 


L 


University of Southern Indiana 


6-15, 11-15, 10-15 


12-18 


24 


W 


@Harris-Stowe College 


15-12, 15-3, 15-2 


13-18 


26 


W 


@Univ.of Illinois at Springfield 


12-15, 15-12, 15-8, 15-12 


14-18 


27 




Trinity Christian College Quad 








w 


Marian College of Fond Du Lac 


15-12, 15-8, 15-5 


15-18 


28 


L 


Graceland College 


15-8,0-15,2-15 


15-19 




L 


Trinity Christian 


15-17,6-15, 5-15 


15-20 


31 




American Midwest Conference Quarterfinals 






W 


Park College 


16-18, 13-15, 15-7, 15-8, 15-10 


16-20 


November 











03 



American Midwest Conference Semifinals 

©Columbia College 3-15, 16-14, 15-2, 15-2 



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American Midwest Conference, NAIA 



1995 

Prairie Classic Volleyball 

Tournament Results 



POOL A 

Millikin Univ. defeated Univ. of Illinois-Springfield 

15-0,15-6 

Millikin Univ. defeated Knox College 

15-11,15-12 

Knox College defeated Univ. of Illinois-Springfield 

15-6,15-9 



POOLB 

McKendree College defeated Eureka College 

15-7,15-12 

McKendree College defeated Olivet Nazarene 

8-15,15-8,15-13 

Olivet Nazarene defeated Eureka College 

15-9,12-15,15-11 



BRACKET 

Knox College defeated Eureka College 1 5-13, 1 5-2 
UIS defeated Olivet Nazarene 4-15,1 5-8, 15-13 
Knox College defeated McKendree 15-8, 15-8 
Milliken University defeated UIS 15-4, 15-2 
Milliken University defeated Knox College 1 5-3, 1 5-2 
McKendree 



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McKendree 


Knox 










2 pm 




Eureka 


3:15 pm 
Millikin 




Knox 


Knox 












Millikin 


Millikin 




BYE 


Millikin 










2 pm 




Olivet Nazarene 






12:45 pm 
UIS 


UIS 










All-Tournament Team 

UIS - Tanessa Ferguson 
Olivet Nazarene University - Mindy Pennington 
Knox College - Michelle Konicki 
Eureka College - Molly Whitecotten 
McKendree College - Stacey Coffman 
McKendree College - Jamie Behrends 
Milliken University - Susan Smith 
Milliken University - MVP -Amber Crowder 








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1996 McKendree College 
Women's Golf Results 



Opponent/ Site 


Results 


McK Score/Top Score 






Women's Golf Ros 


Lindenwood College 


3rd of 5 


548 / 397 


Laura Bewen 


William Woods University 


1st of 2 


537/537 


Lynn Deitz 
Kelly Duckworth 
Kimberly Grant 

Julie Gray 
Sylvia Rodson 


Eureka College 

William Woods University 

Eureka College 

AMC Tournament 


1st of 2 
2nd of 4 
1st of 2 
3rd of 4 


544 / 544 
520/421 
489/489 
578/474 


Lindenwood College 


2nd of 2 


507 / 392 


Natalie van Rossum 
Coach: Fred Underwood 



Men's Golf Results 



Opponent /Site 


Results 


Mck Score/Top Score 


Blackburn College 


2nd of 5 


337/335 








Men's Golf Roste 


Missouri Baptist College 


4th of 7 


341 /322 




Lindenwood Coliege 


2nd of 4 


324/319 


Michael Doherty 


MacMurray Invitational 


3rd of 14 


331 /318 


Mark Eastman 


Culver-Stockton Invitational 


1st of 9 
1stof2 


303/303 


Rob Horner 


Columbia College 


317/317 


Matt Klamm 
Doug Schulte 
Shane Stock 


Greenville College 


1st of 4 
4th of 4 


338/338 


AMC Tournament 


640/615 


Ted Surmeier 


Columbia College 


1stof2 


match play 6-1 


Jess Taylor 




1st of 3 




Chris Turley 


Lindenwood/Missouri Baptist 


310/310 


Matt Wilson 


Culver-Stockton/Greenville/MacMurray 


1st of 4 


308/308 


Coach: Fred Underwood 


NAIA Regional Playoffs 


6th 







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Women's Tennis Results 





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Results 


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Westminster College 


2-7 


Lost 


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Webster University 


5-4 


Won 


1-1 


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19 


Greenville College 


8-1 


Won 


2-1 




23 


Greenville College 


6-3 


Won 


3-1 



Men's Tennis Results 



Date 


Opponent /Site 


Score 


Results 


Record 


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7 


Belleville Area College 


1-8 


Lost 


0-1 


12 


Maryville University 


5-4 


Won 


1-1 


27 


Quincy University 


9-0 


Won 


2-1 


29 


Lewis and Clark 


2-7 


Lost 


2-2 


April 










1 


Jefferson Junior College 


2-7 


Lost 


2-3 


4 


Belleville Area College 


1-8 


Lost 


2-4 


5 


Illinois College 


3-6 


Lost 


2-5 


9 


Greenville College 


1-8 


Lost 


2-6 


12 


Kentucky Wesleyan 


7-2 


Won 


3-6 


18 


Lewis and Clark 


1-8 


Lost 


3-7 


25 


Quincy University 


7-2 


Won 


4-7 



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Chris Hall 



Dr. Bill Haskins 
Deborah Macey 



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Miichael Murray 



Mike Sandy 
Naomi Severs 



Rev. Sheryl Taglieri 
Jeni Wise 




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Gail Bandy 



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Jackie Bruno 



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Marc Derwort 



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Kimberly Grant 



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Christi Hull 



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Kimberly Kimme 



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Sarah Miller 



Christopher Mitchell 
Jennifer Mulholland 



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Ashlee Puntney 



Kimberly Radin 
Marsha Reynolds 



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Tammy Setzekorn 



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Melissa Stortzum 



Shannon Stueber 
Kelly Suess 



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FOUNDER'S DAY 
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168 YEARS 

McKendree College celebrated its 168th anniversay on February 
20. To mark this event, McKendree invited back some of its most 
prominent people for Founder's Day '96. Bishop William McKendree, 
who founded McKendree College, got to meet Dr. W. C. Walton, who was 
a dean of the college at one time. The bishop also got to meet Governor 
Charles Deneen and his father, Adjutant Samuel Deneen, as well as Mrs. 
Edith Flint Thrall, Miss Marion Bothwell, and Erica Weihe, who represented 
today's McKendree student, and Dr. James M. Dennis, McKendree's 
current president. 

McKendree College was founded in 1 828 by Bishop McKendree as 
a men's seminary school. Adjutant Samuel Denen was an officer in the 
Union Army and was the leader of the 1 17th Regiment. This regiment 
from McKendree fought in the Civil War. Adjutant Deneen's son, Charles, 
grew up around McKendree and was also a student. After attending 
McKendree, Charles Deneen went on to become the governor of Illinois. 

In 1869, women were allowed to attend McKendree and one year 
later, the first woman to graduate was an education major, Mrs. Edith Flint 
Thrall. Miss Marion Bothwell told Bishop McKendree how her family gave 
money to the school to help maintain the chapel and set up a scholarship 
fund for seminary students. Erica Weihe, who is a current McKendree 
student, told Bishop McKendree what it is like to go to school today at 
McKendree. She also told him about some of the modern conveniences 
McKendree has, such as computers and MicroFridges in every dorm 
room. 

After Bishop McKendree met with these prominent people, the 
chapel bell was rung 168 times at noon in honor of the McKendree's 
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McKendree students who were interested in psychology had an 
opportunity to expand their knowledge through the activities of the 
Psychology Club. Field trips were planned during the year to facilities 
such as Alton State Mental Hospital and Lebanon Terrace. Guest 
speakers covered such topics as domestic violence and hypnotherapy. 

This was the first year the Psychology Club offered a scholarship , 
and the first recipient was Angie Loethen. Officers were Rich Blondin, 
President; Amy Foster, VicePresident; Heather Lacquet, Secretary- 
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TECHNO STUDENTS 
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From February 16th through February 29th, Techno International 
students visited McKendree. While some students stayed with area host 
families, others stayed in the dorms to experience American college life. 
During their visit to McKendree, the Techno students attended some 
classes and visited other classes. They also went shopping and 
sightseeing in St.Louis.Notonlywastheirstayat McKendree educational 
for them, it was also a learning experience for students here at 
McKendree. 

On February 28th, the Techno students held an open house and 
shared a little bit of themselves and their Japanese culture. After they 
shared the art of orgami with us, we shared our art with them, teaching 
them how to make a jar on the wheel in the ceramics room of the art 
building. 

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from each other in the two short weeks they were on our campus. 









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A Cut Above, the 1 996 McKendrean yearbook, was 
produced by the yearbook staff in Benson Wood, formerly 
McKendree's library, now the art building and pictured 
to the left. The 9x12 book consisted of 100 pages 
printed on 80# Bordeaux paper. The Vista Lith cover was 
done in four-color process with artwork designed by the 
editors at the 1995 Herff Jones Yearbook Camp at 
Millikin University in Decatur. The title was done in gold 
foil. The front and back endsheets were school-designed 
using a bear claw in black ink printed on taupe Vibracolor 
paper. Copy was done on a Macintosh computer and 
submitted on TypeMaster, a PageMakertemplate, using 
Helvetica typeface. The book was printed by Herff Jones 
at its plant in Marceline, Missouri. Press run was 150 
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