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QUITTAPAHILLA 



Lebanon Vattey Coftexjt 

Annvifle, PA 17003 

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The campus of Lebanon Valley College has seen many changes this past 
/ear. The 1998-1999 school year has been filled with new students, new 
buildings, and new plans. All of these bring forth a new atmosphere in the 
students, staff, and administration of LVC. This atmosphere is always one of 
;ood spirits and high hopes. Just as the world is ever-changing, so is the 
:ampus of Lebanon Valley College. As the Seniors set forth into the "real 
world," as the underclassmen move up in status in the campus community, 
and as the incoming Freshman get used to this wonderful thing we call 
:ollege life, we can see that LVC is ever-changing. That is why we dedicate 
his book to showing all facets of life at LVC and how everyone is part of a 
'World of Change." 
— Joshua N. Lindeman and Laura K. Simolike 



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Student Lift 



A 
World 

of 
hange 








Every year at LVC, tfie students are surprised by one 
iking or another. This year was no exception, as tfte 
campus went under "construction' for the fad and spring 
semesters. But due to the dedicated campus community, 
LVC never missed a 6eat LVC still hosted a spectacular 
Homecoming, three outstanding plays (ad with student 
directors, no (ess), afun-for-ad Children's Day, a Quiz 
Bowl, the Math Olympics, Weflhess Week, and Greek 
Week. 

Each and every one of these memorable events has given 
the students at LVC a wonderful "college experience/' 
Tftese experiences teach them valuable lessons that can help 
them succeed in our ever-changing world. 
— Laura K. Simolike 




Kelly Roth and an LVC staff member are only one part of an entire 
Conga line. 



"LVC Proud" orientation leaders take a break and discuss how to 
handle the large group of freshmen. 



Disorganized freshmen try to figure out where to go for their next 
orientation event. 



As night falls, the freshmen have a chance to socialize and get to 
know their new classmates. 



A unifying activity among freshmen is learning the YMCA during 
Playfair. 



Freshman 
Orientation 



A few days before the entire student bod> 
returned to campus, the class of 2002 hac 
the chance to get to know each other, the 
faculty, and familiarize themselves with theii 
new surroundings. With activities such aa 
Playfair, a big screen outdoor movie, a dance 
and various departmental seminars, the stu 
dents were able to feel more comfortable ir 
their new home. 
— Kelly R. Cooney 



Activities 
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ivery fall, LVC clubs and organizations at- 
empt to capture the attention of new stu- 
dents to add to their membership. The Ac- 
ivities Fair is a way for clubs to demonstrate 
vhat they have to offer and explain what 
ictivites they do throughout the year. Stu- 
dents have the chance to add to their list of 
extracurricular activities and to meet new 
jeople through various organizations. 
— Kelly R. Cooney 




Phi Beta Lambda members Kelly Pannebaker, Lori Sweigart, Cindy Miller, 
and Angela Nash try to recruit new members. 





Members of the International Student Organization represent the diversity on 
campus. 



Chris Albright, WLVC President/General Manager and David Shapiro, Remote 
Broadcasting Director, smile for the camera. 



Gamma Sig sisters, Jen Dominiak, Michelle Kercher, Emily Martin, Vicki 
Musser, Amanda Snoke, Katie Geho, and Sue Meyers pose for a picture. 



Members of the Wig and Buckle Society provide information about theater 
life at LVC. 





Wettness Week 

For one week in the Spring semester, th< 
residents of Friendship House and Weime 
House, along with other volunteers collab; 
orate and put together "Wellness Week.' 
This fun-filled week usually includes comei 
dians, a faculty and staff versus student bas 
ketball game, free massages, and, everyone'; 
favorite, condom bingo. This year's activities 
were no exception to the usual. Students a 
LVC were even given free swing dance les 
sons which were a big hit. 
— Joshua N. Lindeman 



Trevor Enck makes sure he's protected while speaker Maria Falzone talks to 
students about sex. 




Suzanne Snare and partner Brendan Weir practice their swing dance 
moves in the Underground. 



Melissa George and friend learn about some Wellness Week topics at 
a table in the College Center. 



Important first aid information is on display for students to learn some 
new techniques. 



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Winter W ondtrisxnd 
Format 

Student Government sponsored a formal 
dance at the end of the Fall semester. This 
was dubbed the "Winter Wonderland" formal 
and each table was decorated with snow and 
bther wintry items. The formal was held at 

he Holiday Inn in Harrisburg and everyone 
who attended had a great time. We hope this 
lew event from Student Government con- 

inues, thus introducing a world of change to 
;he LVC students. 
- Joshua N. Lindeman 




A group of LVC students are all smiles as they take time to 
socialize after dinner. 

Gamma Sigma Sigma sisters. Amy Stack, Kelly Cooney, and 
Rayna Schell, strike a pose for the camera. 




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Jodi Greenfield and her boyfriend, Ryan Yordy, take a 
moment to pose for a picture in front of the Christmas 
tree. 

Everyone has a wonderful time at the formal as they "strut 
their stuff" on the dance floor. 




The Winter Wonderland Formal was a time of capturing pictures and 
memories to look back on. 



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Homecoming 

On a beautiful fall afternoon, five beautiful 
women were chosen by LVC students as the 
Homecoming court. In the end, Alicia Fi- 
ovaranti was crowned queen and, taking time 
out from the game, Matt Franks was 
crowned king. Family, friends, LVC students, 
marching band and amny others were pres- 
ent for the football game. They were also able 
to enjoy a walk through the Peace Garden 
and other events on Homecoming weekend. 
President Pollick was even on hand for spe- 
cial induction ceremonies to the Athletic Hall 
of Fame. 




President Pollick presents an LVC Athletic Hall of Fame 
plaque. 





Here they are: Alicia Fiovaranti, our Homecoming queen 
and our Homecoming king. Matt Franks. 




Taking the field with a rush of energy is the 1998-99 LVC Flying Dutchmen 
football team. 



Awaiting the outcome of the votes stand the nominees for Homecoming Kir 
and Queen. 




Reaching for a first down are two of our LVC football players, as the crowd 
watches in anticipation. 



Always keeping with the beat are our fabulous drummers of the LVC 
marching band, "The Pride of the Valley." 



Crowning the Homecoming King is our very own President Pollick. 




he four inductees into the LVC Athletic Hall of Fame, along with President 
'ollick, proudly receive their deserved recognition. 

\licia receives a hug from a fellow nominee after being crowned 
lomecoming Queen. 






Greg and Kate argue about the situation with Sylvia. 



Sylvia 



This year, LVC's fall play was directed by Sophomore, Gene 
Kelly, and assistant directors, Ann Davis and Craig Underwood. 
Taking the lead role of Sylvia, Julie Smith added to her LVC 
theatrical appearances with her amazing portayal of a dog. 
Adam Kowal (Greg) and Emily Martin (Kate) team up as 
husband and wife who live in an apartment in New York City. 
Kate is completely against Greg's obsession with Sylvia and 
wants nothing more than to see the dog go. But as the play 
progresses, Kate develops a tolerance for the dog and gets used 
to having her around. Overall, this was a wonderful perfor- 
mance by all who were involved in the production of "Sylvia". 




Greg (Adam Kowal) talks to Sylvia (Julie Smith) about her behavior in the 
house. 



Tom (Andy Rimby) lectures Greg about women, dogs, life, and the Yankees. 



Greg's wife, Kate (Emily Martin), Phyllis (Julien Inzodda), and Greg converse 
in Greg and Kate's apartment. 



The cast takes a bow after opening night and an excellent show. 



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Into tfie Woods 



Taking the role of Artistic Director in the production of "Into the 
Woods" was senior, Actuarial Science major, Dan Post. Backed 
by a tremendous cast, the Wig & Buckle Society was able to 
present another great performance to the LVC community. Into 
the Woods was a play combining many popular fairy tales such 
as Cinderella, Little Red Ridinghood, and Jack and the Bean- 
stalk. Each character in the play journeys "into the woods" for 
a different reason. We look forward to another great perfor- 
mance by these wonderful actors, actresses, and stage crew. 





Little Red Ridinghood (Crystal Miller), the Baker (James 
Franklin), and the Baker's Wife (Kelly Roth) converse in the 
Baker's kitchen. 



The Wolf (Michael Lobaugh) tries to bargain with Little Red 
Ridinghood while a human tree (Nate Davis) looks on in silence. 




The "Wicked Witch" threatens her spell on the Baker's 
Wife - that she would be unable to bear children. 



Cinderella's family (Ann Davis, Lauren Baptista, Matt Grzywacz, and Rayna 
Schell) on stage together singing about the one and only, Cinderella. 





The entire cast of the play "Into The Woods" on stage one final time to take 
a bow after a magnificent performance. 



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Freshman Brendan Weir invites 
students and alumni to the Alpha 
Phi Omega table for chicken wings 
and mozzarella sticks. 




.Spring Arts 



The weekend of April 23 through April 25, 
1999 was jam-packed with events such as 
food booths, student bands, professional 
bands, crafts, and art. Specifically, the 4th 
Annual Art Show was held in the College 
Center and in the Student Activities Room. 
The headliner band on Saturday night was: 
Big Tubba Mista, a swing band with LVC 
alumni members. The weekend was headed; 
up by three brave students: Kathleen 
Calaman, Jody Jacobetz, and Kate Laepple 
along with many other student volunteers. A* 
successful weekend, all in all, everyone would 
say! 



One of many merchants selling their crafts on the Academic Quad was a 
man specializing in Wood Turning. His craft along with many others were 
featured this weekend. 




One of the LVC student bands competes in the Battle of the Bands on the 
Chapel Stage during Spring Arts Weekend. 




The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon stand proudly before their booth selling 
grilled sausage sandwiches. 



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LVC was proud to be a host of the AIDS Quilt this year. It stretched the 
entire area of the Lynch Gym. 




K Spring Arts band performs on the Gazebo for all to see as they pass by. 




The Phi Lambda Sigma brothers prepare their famous "Philo Cheese 
Steaks". 



The Spring Arts information table made sure everything ran 
smoothly and answered the many questions of students and 
alumnai. 



wing Arts is a time for friends to get together and celebrate, just like these LVC 
udents are. 




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Seniors 



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A 
World 

of 
Change 





For the fast four years, these dedicated students have strived 
for excellence. Ad of them achieved excedence in their 
respective fields of study. They have faced the ups and downs 
of this ever-changing world with a renewed sense of unity, 
friendship, and a glowing spirit LVC has prepared each of the 
members of the class of 1999 with the ability to go out into 
the "real world!' and change it for the better. 

As they walk off the stage at graduation, they realize that 
they are leaving behind many cherished memories that have 
helped to shape their lives as adults. The impact they have left 
on the LVC campus will not soon be forgotten, just as 
memories of Lebanon Valley will stay ever-present in their 
minds forever. 
— Joshua N. Lindman and Laura K. Simohke 



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Christopher E. Albright 
Religion 



Joanne L. Altrath 
Sociology 



Heather A. Bair 
Elementary Education 



Jennifer A. Bala 

Music Education 

Music Performance 




Michael E. Bastian 
Business Administration 



Nicholas A. Beidle 
Hotel Management 



David A. Bender 
Biology 



Shannan L. Bennett 
Psychobiology 




Samantha N. Bolognese 
Music Performance 

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Jessica L. Bostdorf 

English 

Communications 



Melissa K. Brecht 
Business Administration 



Sarah P. Broadhurst 
Elementary Educatior 




. Ryan Burger 


Douglas P. Calaman 


Kathleen E. Calaman 


Vicki Cantrell 


History 


Physics 


Psychobiology 
Psychology 


Psychology 




Matthew S. Chambers 
Biology 



Mark F. Cohen 
Biology 



Carrie A. Champ 
Psychology 



Malaika Cheney-Coker 
English 
French 



Brett L. Chottiner 
Business Adminstration 




Ashley A. Collins 
German 



John L. Connor 
Biology 
German 



Lauren M. Corbett 
Elementary Education 



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Beth A. Curley 

International Business 

Spanish 



Damon A. Davis 
Business Administration 



Matthew J. DenBleyker 
Business Admistration 



Joshua A. DiFlorio 
Business Administratioi 




Dana M. Docherty 


Adrienne M. Donato 


Heather S. Draper 


Joni E. Dull 


Business Administration 


International Business 


English 


Biology 




Spanish 


Communications 






Melanie J. Eberly 
rtuarial Science 



Amy M. Edris 
Business Administration 



Trevor J. Enck 
Elementary Education 



Cynthia A. Ensminger 
Political Science 



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Sheryl A. Fahnestock 
Psychobiology 



Melissa J. Felty 
Music Education 



David L. Ferrari 
Actuarial Science 



Alicia L. Fioravanti 
Sociology 




Monica A. Fitzgerald 

Elementary Education 

Psychology 



Jared P. Fleegal 
Business Administration 



Jill A. Fleming 
Music Education 



Jeffrey T. Frey 
Chemistry 




Angel L. Galloway 

Business Administration 

Spanish 



Jessica E. Gascho 
Biology 



Ellen E. Gehr 

English 

Communications 



Scott D. Gehres 
Elementary Education 



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Michelle L. Gentzler 
Music Education 



Matthew J. Giannelli 
Elementary Education 



Jennifer L. Gochenaur 
Biology 




Gail E. Graeff 
Elementary Education 



Laura B. Graybeal 
Business Administration 



Jodi L. Greenfield 
Biochemistry 



Matthew J. Grzywacz 
Biology 




Matthew T. Haag 

English 
Communications 



Gregory A. Hamm 
Accounting 



Matthew J. Hans 
Economics 



Alicia M. Harvath 
Business Administrate 





Melissa K. Hauber 
Elementary Education 



Despina M. Hazatones 

Spanish Secondary 

Education 



Jonathan J. Heise 
Sociology 



Kimberly A. Hendricks 

Philosophy 

Religion 





Lynn R. Hibshman 
Accounting 



Wendy J. Hoffman 
Business Administration 



Heidi L. Hollinger 
Business Administration 




Amy J. Homberger 

Elementary Education 

Psychology 



Jason R. Hotchkiss 
Business Administration 



Heather L. Hubler 

Psychology 

Sociology 



Steven M. Hunt 

Music Recording 

Technology 




Jody L. Jacobetz 
Psychology 



Rebecca L. Jeffers 
Political Science 



Amie M. Jumper 
Psychology 



Adria L. Keefer 
Psychology 




Michele R. Keilholtz 
Psychology 




Michelle M. Kercher 
Sociology 



Daniel R. Knapp 
Political Science 



Dalinda C. Knauth 

Music 
Music Education 




Michael S. Kocher 

Mathematics 

economics 



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Anthony E. Kuhns 
Biology 



Q. Rosalyn Kujovsky 
Psychology 



Kelly L. Kurutz 
English 







Tuyet H. La 
Individualized 



Keri M. Lacy 
History 



Bradford J. Ladlee 
Biology 



George E. Lagunis 
Business Administration 




J. Alex Lang 


Jeremy M. Lauver 


Amanda E. Lee 


Cheryl A. Lee 


usic Recording 


Biology 


English 


Psychology 


Technology 










Kimberly A. Lettich 
Chemistry 



Julie Leeper 

Accounting 

Computer Science 



Dwight A. Lichtenwalner 
Sociology 



Corrie J. Littleton 
Psychology- 



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Michael B. Lobaugh Patrick J. Loughney Jason D. Lukasewicz 

Music Education Business Administration Biology 



Caterina Madaffari 
International Business 




John L. Madden, Jr. 


Tabitha S. Mains 


Jennifer L. Martin 


Todd M. Martin 


Accounting 


Elementary Education 


Biology 


Philosophy 


usiness Administration 






Psychology 




Raymond E. McCarty 
Business Administration 



Jaime M. McClintock 
English Literature 



Nathan A. McManus 
Business Administration 



Maggie M. McNitt 
Biology 



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Christina A. Mellick 
Music Education 



Christopher T. Melusky 
Hotel Management 



Jennifer D. Methner 
Biochemistry 



Talitha R. Meyer 
Music Performance 




Susan B. Meyers 
Hotel Management 



Erika J. Miller 
Biology 



Megan J. Miller 
Elementary Education 



April J. Mitchell 
Hotel Managment 




Melissa L. Mowrer 
Psychology 



Lori M. Moyer 
Music 



Melissa D. Moyer 

Psychobiology 

Psychology 



Vicki L. Musser 
Business Administration 

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G. Scott Myers 
Accounting 




Fatoumata Njie 
Psychology 




Melanie S. Orth 
Mathematics 



Elizabeth A. 

Orzechowski 

Economics 




Michelle L. Paige 
Music Education 



Thomas S. Palanica 
Business Administration 



Andrew J. Panko, III 
Elementary Education 



Ross A. Patrick 
Business Administration 




Jonathan A. Pentecost 
Chemistry 



Lisa J. Perkins Elizabeth A. Peterson Misty L. Piersol 

Elementary Education Business Administration Business Administration 



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Daniel P. Post 
Actuarial Science 



Christopher J. Pugh 
Biology 



Maya J. Pulgar 
Spanish 



Ian M. Pychinka 
Elementary Education 




Erin M. Rabuck 

English 
Communications 



Kathleen E. Raffield 
Sociology 



Kristin L. Rager 
Psychology 



Ryan S. Redner 
Business Administration 




i Glenn R. Reese, Jr. Robin J. Regal 

business Administration Elementary Education 



Keith D. Richardson 

Music Education 
Music Performance 



Alicia D. Rodriguez 
Business Administration 

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Elizabeth A. Ross 


Meghan J. Rouse 


Jaime S. Ruth 


Rayna E. Schell 


Spanish 


Elementary Education 


Elementary Education 


English 






Spanish 


Religion 




Karlin B. Schroeder 


Paula E. Seibert 


Scott S. Sevinsky 


Timothy J. Sh 


Psychobiology 


Biology 


Psychology 


Chemistry 


Psychology 










David W. Shapiro 

English 

Secondary Education 



Matthew Shellenberger 
Biology 



Yvonne M. Shepherd 

English 

Communications 



Joseph H. Sheruda 
Business Administration 







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James T. Shissler 
Biochemistry 



Shane M. Sipes 
Psychology 



Charles R. Slabach, Jr. 
Business Administration 



Debbie M. Smith 
Psychology 




Julie K. Smith 

English 

Communications 



Mary R. Sowers 
Biology 



Jared L. Spidel 
Biochemistry 



Craig R. Stahl 

Music Education 

Music Performance 




Gregory A. Steckbeck 
Psychology 



Andrew D. Stoner 
Elementary Education 



Sheri A. Strickler 
Accounting 



Randy L. Strite 

French 

International Business 




Krista N. Summers 
Biology 



Connie L. Sumner 
Actuarial Science 



Karen E. Taylor 
Elementary Education 



Joseph Terch, IV 
Elementary Education 




Cory W. Thornton 

English Comm. 

Philosophy 



Kelly J. Triest 

Chemistry 

Physics 



Marcia S. Tumpey 
ACS Chemistry 



Craig A. Underwood 

Music Recording 

Technology 




Suzanne A. Valencia 


Melissa M. 


Glenn P. Vaughan 


Business Administration 


VanBenthuysen 


Mathematics 


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Sociology 


Secondary Education 



Eric L. Vera 
Philosophy 







Angelo J. Vicari 


Amy J. Vituszynski 


Amanda R. Warfel 


Alicia J. Way 


Biology 


Music 


Elementary Education 


International Business 




Music Education 




Spanish 





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Michele L. Weber 


Anne C. Webster 


Douglas L. Weigle 


Mark W. Wells 


Elementary Education 


Philosophy 


ACS Chemistry 


Psychology 
Sociology 





Lisa M. Wenrich 
Biochemistry 



Robert E. Wentzel, Jr. 

History & Spanish 
Secondary Education 



Megan E. Wertz 
Psychology 



Karen D. Wharton 
International Business 
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Eric B. White 

English 

Communications 



Mathan R. Wingert 

Music Education 

Music Performance 



Jeremy P. Wolf 
Chemistry 



Kirk A. Yagel 
Business Administratioi 




Winfield R. Young 
Business Administration 



Michelle J. Zearing 

English 
Communications 



Amy E. Zeiders 

Psychobiology 

Psychology 



James L. Zerfing 

Economics 

Mathematics 




Seniors 



C(ass of 1999 



Jeremy C. Zettlemoyer 
:fuarial Science 

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Ow 

Tomorrows 
By What 

We Dream 
Today... 



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Facility 



' A 
World 

of 
Change 





Dedicated. That's one word to describe the faculty , 
administrators j and staff members at Lebanon Vattey 
College. Each of them contribute a great deal to this college, 
whether it is through the education of students, the 
administration of the college, or staffing the library. This 
year marked the beginning of many new professors and 
others campus-wide, bringing with them a '' 'world of 
change." Their hard work with the many students of 
Lebanon Valley can be seen in the close, personal 
relationships they have formed. Because of these 
relationships, students are more appreciative of the faculty, 
administrators, and staff \ 
— Amy J. Vituszynski 



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President G. David Poftick 




President Podiefc has guided Lebanon Volley Coftege through some major 

changes this past year, and for that the students, faculty, staff, and the 

entire Quittapaltiua organization thank him. To you, President Poftick, we 

dedicate this yearbook because you have seen the campus through a 

" world of change." 



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Deborah R. FuHam 
Vice President and Controller 




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Andrea F. Bromberg 
Executive Assistant to the President 




Steyhen C. MacDonalrf 

Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Dean of the Faculty 



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Administrative Siaff 




Registrar's Office 




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Continuing Education Office 





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Student Services 




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Physics 




Psychology 




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Economics 




Business Administration 




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Education 




English 




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Art 




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Philosophy 




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A 
World 

of 
Change 




Athletics 





The 1998-1999 LVC school year saw many changes 

in athletics. The Men's Ice Hockey team had their 

inaugural season, where they used Htrshey Arena as 

their home ice. The Mens Baseball team found a new 

vlace to call home as they had a brand new stadium 

budtfor students, faculty, and fans to enjoy. The Mens 

Basketball team is also worth mentioning because senior 

stand-outs such as Andy Parks and Dan Strobeek were 

lost to graduation. All of these changes in LVC sports 

are great examples of "A World of Change." 



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Ice Hockey 



Drexel University W 7-2 

Lehigh University - W 9-1 

Framingham State University - W 6-4 

University of Massachusetts-Darmoth - L 0-3 

Johnson & Wales University - W 5-4 

United States Naval Academy - W 9-3 

Nichols College - W 5-0 

Curry College - W 5-0 

Plymouth State College - L 2-5 

Fitchburg State College - L 1-8 

Assumption College - W 5-3 

St. Michael's College - L 2-4 

Salve Regina University - W 7-2 

Neumann College - W 17-1 
University of Scranton - W 4-2 

Tufts University - L 2-4 

New Hampshire College - L 4-5 

Wentworth Institute of Technology - L 3-6 

Worcester State College - W 5-2 

Suffolk University - T 4-4 

Stonehill College - W 3-2 

Western New England College - W 3-1 

Neumann College - W 9-0 




The ice hockey players celebrate one of their many goals scored 
during their successful season. 



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Goalie, Lincoln Matlock, protects his post while *8, Phil Ditoro assists. 



*15, Greg Kutchma, a captain, leads his team down the ice. 



Stu Seiden and teammates look for possession of the puck. 



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Inaugural Season 




' i//v<7 ^/ifr be thp/r best * 7/7- 



The LVC Flying Dutchman perform the routine switch in an attempt to keep players at the peak of their game. 




It's a scene witnessed many times this season - LVC SCORES!!! 



The bench focuses intently on the upcoming play. 



LVC looks to pass the puck in hopes of scoring a goal. 




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Foot6off 



(Jrsinus College - L 13-19 

Albright College - L 23-33 
Widener University - L 0-43 

Wilkes University - L 0-44 
Susquehanna University - L 3-48 

Juniata College - L 21-42 

Moravian College - L 15-32 

Gettysburg College - L 20-23 

Lycoming College - L 14-47 

Delaware Valley College - W 14-13 




The Dutchman coaching staff discuss their strategy for the 2nd half. 








The Dutchman offense huddles together to call the next play. 



Two LVC defensive players stop the ball carrier dead in his tracks for no gair I 



LVC fans celebrate the winning touchdown! 



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An LVC Tradition 




Valley punts the ball to the opponents and prepares 
to play tough defense. 



A pile up of players scramble for the lose ball 




Go head • make my day! 
Quarterback, Doug Henning, fires the ball, hoping for a completion. 




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Chtaiexding 

The Cheerleading squad for the 1998-1999 school year was 
headed up by a returning graduate, Jason Lausch. Jason, a 
graduate of the class of 1998 came back to coach and show the 
cheerleading squad some new moves. It proved very worthwile 
because without the squad, the football and basketball games 
would not have been the same. The clever moves and perfor- 
mances of the cheerleading squad evoked many cheers from 
the fans themselves, as they accompanied the basketball team 
to victory after victory. This squad will not be looked over 
lightly - they are getting more and more powerful as the years 
progress. 



We're 
Number 1! 




Please God. don't let me fall! 



You can feel the excitement as our LVC cheerleaders rally the crowd in support of the team. 





With smiles on their faces, the cheerleaders pump up the 
crowd. 



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Go Big Bfiue! 



J^KMH^ 1 jj'int 




Enthused and full of spirit, the LVC cheerleaders get the crowd into 
the game and rally our team to victory. 



Three of our cheerleaders shout "We want a touchdown!' 



A trio of LVC cheerleaders doing what they do best. 






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Yield Hockey 



Wilkes University W 1-0 

Millersville University L 1-2 

Mary Washington College W 3-0 

Juniata College W 2-1 

Moravian College W 2-1 

Albright College W 2-1 

Swarthmore College W 3-2 

Eastern Mennonite University W 3-2 

Widener University W 5-1 

Elizabethtown College W 6-0 

Bloomsburg University L 1-3 

Susguehanna University W 4-1 

Ithaca College W 2-1 

Gettysburg College L 1-2 

William Smith College L 0-2 

Messiah College L 0-1 

Drew University W 6-0 

MAC Championship Semifinals @ Drew University W 2-1 

MAC Championship <s> Messiah College L 0-1 

NCAA Divison III Quarterfinals e> Salisburg State College W 1-0 

NCAA Division III Quarterfinals & William Smith L 0-2 




Beth Light brings the ball up the field for 
the Lady Dutchmen. 



"Do you think anyone will notice if I take a 
short nap?" thinks Lindsay Yeiser. 




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Another Successful Season 




Let's get ready to rumble! The Lady Dutchmen are ready for action! 



LVC fights for possession while Lindsay Yeiser looks on in anticipation. 



Carrie puts the ball back into play for the Lady Dutchmen 



1-2-3 Team!!! 






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Cross Country 



Kutztown Invitational M: 6th of 8 

LVC Invitational M: 4th of 25 

Baptist Bible Invitational M: 3rd of 19 

Muhlenberg/Swarthmore/AHentown M: 3-0 

Susquehanna Invitational M: 1st of 8 

Dickinson Invitational M: 24th of 45 

Allentown Invitational M: 24th of 45 

Gettysburg Invitational M; 26th of 36 

MAC Championships @ Allentown College 

M: 5th of 14 

NCAA Division III Mideast Regionals <® 

Allentown College M: 20th of 37 




Come on Melissa! You can say hi to your family later!" 



Don't even think about passing me!" thinks Tres. 




Andy takes a rest after his race to pose for a picture. 




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Hard Work and Dedication 




Sophomore. Michelle Walmsley. takes the lead as they head down the 
stretch. 

Anna Molocu fights to pull ahead of the competition. 




Junior. Braden Snyder, fights to make it to the 
finish line. 



Sophomore. James Mentzer. strikes a pose for Glenn Vaughnn runs one of the last races of his 

the camera. LVC career. 




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Vodeybaii 



Rowan University (NJ) W 3-0 

Notre Dame(MD) W 3-1 

King's College W 3-0 

Frostburg State University L 0-3 

Washington & Jefferson L 0-3 

LaRoche W 3-0 

Shennandoah W 3-1 

Elizabethtown College L 0-3 

Franklin & Marshall College L 0-3 

(Jrsinus W 3-1 

University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown L 0-3 

St. Mary's College (MD) L 0-3 

Juniata College L 0-3 

Bryn Mawr College W 3-1 

Albright College W 3-1 

St. Mary's College (MD) L 0-3 

Roanoke College (VA) W 3-1 

Randolph-Macon L 1-3 

Messiah College L 0-3 

Kutztown University L 1-3 

Susquehanna University L 2-3 

University of D'Youville W 3-0 

Rochester Institute of Technology L 0-3 

University of Rochester W 3-2 

Robert Wesleyan L 1-3 

St. John Fisher L 1-3 

Widener University F 0-3 

Catholic University L 0-3 

Moravian College L 0-3 

Dickinson College W 3-2 

M.C. Wesleyan University W 3-1 

Shenandoah University W 3-2 




The ball is rejected right back in the opponent's face with a 
block. 



Greta Paucek tries to put Valley ahead 
with an ace. 



1999 Women's VofteybaK 

Team 



*~ 




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Bump, 5et, Sipiktl 



\llison awaits the serve and prepares to play 
lefense. 



\ good pass is set up in hopes of scoring a 
oint. 





In an alt-out effort, ff 12 dives to save the ball and keep 
the Lady Dutchmen in the lead. 




Coach Perry gives some words of advice to his team during a timeout. 





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Rising to the occasion, the volleyball is spiked 
home to give LVC the victory. 



Alison Kabat tries to confuse the opponents by 
mixing up the offense with a shoot. 




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Men's Tennis 



Savannah School of Art - W 6-3 

Joliet College - W 9-0 

Lewis University - L 3-6 

Nazareth College - L 1 -8 

Wesleyan University - L 2-7 

Lincoln University - W 8-1 

Wilkes University - W 9-0 

King's College - W 6-3 

Moravian College - W 8-1 

Marywood College W 9-0 

Muhlenberg College - L 3-6 

Albright College L 4-5 

Widener University W 9-0 

Drew University W 7-2 

Eastern College - W 8- 1 

Messiah College W 7-2 

York College - W 7-2 

Elizabethtown College - W 7-2 

Susquehanna University - W 8-1 

MAC Team Championships L 4-5 



John Lachle gets ready to drop the bomb on the 
opponent. 





The Dutchman huddle together and get pumped up before the match. 



Hustling to the ball. John Kresge prepares to backhand. 




Senior, Dave Ferrai returns the serve with a backhand shot. 




Hustle, Desire, Athktitism 




Tim Rabuck returns the serve with ease. 






"Go head - give me your best shot!" 






Taking a minute between sets to pose for a picture is 
John Lachle. 



"Get that camera out of my face!" 



"That ball was in by a mile!' 




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Men's 
Baskcibaii 



Ferrum College W 76-55 

Roanoke College W 72-55 

Dickinson College W 92-73 

Juniata College W 94-46 

Moravian College W 79-67 

Susquehanna University W 93-86 

Ursinus College W 91-61 

Allentown College W 76-53 

Curry College of MA W 98-63 

Elizabethtown College W 68-61 

Messiah College W 87-52 

Franklin & Marshall College L 52-62 

Widener University W 68-67 

Albright College W 84-67 

Juniata College W 72-64 

Moravian College W 74-59 

Susquehanna University W 90-76 

Farleigh Dickinson University-Madison W 79-57 

Shippensburg University W 89-82 

Elizabethtown College W 84-67 

Messiah College W 61-53 

Widener University L 74-76 

MAC Tournament vs. Lycoming College W 78-69 

MAC Semifinals vs. Scranton W 84-69 

MAC Championship vs. Wilkes L 51-66 

NCAA Championships vs. Catholic University L 72-79 





"Don't mess with me - it's not my day!" 




Keith Phoebus drives baseline in hopes of putting Valley ahead. 



Dan Strobeck shakes and bakes while the crowd looks on in anticipation. 



Pulling up for the 3 pointer is Senior Captain, Andy Panko. 



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Leaving A Legacy 



Ross Young lays the ball in for two, despite the hand in his face. 




Coach McAlester gives instructions to his team. 



What kind of call was that? It was a clean block!" 





Electrifying the crowd. Andy Panko slams the ball home 



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Women's 
Baskztbaft 



Montclair State University W 69-55 

Franklin & Marshall L 48-58 

Wilson College W 79-56 

Juniata College W 68-59 

Moravian College W 60-59 

Susquehanna University L 64-86 

Marywood College L 72-54 

Neumann College W 72-57 

Western Maryland College L 58-65 

Richard Stockton Colllege (NJ) W 52-48 

Elizabethtown College L 51-78 

Messiah College L 43-54 

Widener University L 62-82 

Albright College L 67-61 

Juniata College W 69-53 

Moravian College W 69-59 

Hood College L 105-51 

Susquehanna University L 52-73 

Messiah College W 67-63 

Gettysburg College L 59-72 

Widener University W 77-55 

Albright College W 55-54 

MAC Tournament vs. Scranton L 59-71 




A host of Valley players go for the rebound. 




The Lady Dutchmen huddle together and get pumped up for the game. 

The coaching staff and players watch the action on the floor with 
anticipation. 




10 looks to get by the defender and go baseline. 




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Go Lady Dutchmen! 



* 1 brings the ball up the court and Sereni(y Roos pops the 3 point£r 

the Lady Dutchmen prepare to play 
offense. 








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Swimming 



University of Scranton L 64-92 (Men) L 82-94 (Women) 

College Misericordia L 40-73 (Men) L 68-98 (Women) 

Elizabethtown College L 40-96 (Men) L 70-102 (Women) 

Beaver College L 30-1 1 1 (Men) L 69-128 (Women) 

Juniata College (Women) L 64-123 

FDCJ-Madison W 61-10 (Men) W 64-18 (Women) 

Lycoming College L 53-81 (Men) L 83-97 (Women) 

Susquehanna University L 53-81 (Men) L 83-97 (Women) 

Drew University L 34-77 (Men) L 63-103 (Women) 

Widener University L 33-78 (Men) L 48-100 (Women) 

Albright College L 41-97 (Men) L 71-121 (Women) 

King's College T 89-89 (Men) W 174-38 (Women) 

MAC Championships 8th of 1 1 teams (Men) 9th of 1 1 teams 

(Women) 

MAC Championships 9th of 1 1 teams (Men) 9th of 1 1 teams 

(Women) 

MAC Championships 9th of 1 1 teams (Men) 9th of 1 1 teams 

(Women) 




An LVC swimmer takes a breath of air after finishing a 
race. 




The Dutchmen take time to warm up and prepare for their races by relaxing 
in the pool. 



1999 Men's and Women's 
Swim Team 




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Looking Towards the. Future 





rhe swimmers get a chance to socialize as they take a relaxing break in the 

X)Ol. 

^oach Mary Gardner offers advice to a member of LVC's swim team, senior, 
3amon Davis. 




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Wrestling 



King's College Invitational 10th of 1 1 

Stevens Tech L 18-38 

Messiah College L 0-59 

Wilkes University L 0-60 

Petrofes Tournament LVC tied for 1 7th after day one 

Petrofes Tournament LVC was 16th of 19 schools 

Delaware Valley College L 3-50 

North/South Dual ®> Princeton 7th of 7 

York College L 12-28 

Thaddeus Stevens W 27-15 

Lycoming College L 6-45 

Albright College L 9-30 

Gettysburg College L 20-22 

Elizabethtown College 12-36 

King's College L 13-34 

Johns Hopkins W 22-18 

University of Scranton L 1 5-30 

MAC Championship ®> Messiah 6th of 8 




An LVC wrestler goes head to head with one of the many 
competitors he faced this year. 

The intensity is high as the wrestlers take their stances and 
prepare to go at it. 




1999 Men's Wrestting 

Team 




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Down For tfte Count! 



With a determined look on his 
face, a Valley wrestler prepares 
for a difficult match. 




Anybody want a piggy-back ride? 




LVC 



An LVC wrestler holds steady 
as his competition struggles 
to take him down, but to no 
avail. 

Angelo strikes a pose for the 
camera while warming up for 
his match. 




Angelo prepares to make his final move and pin his 
competition for the win. 





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Track and 
Field 



Franklin & Marshall Invitational - 2nd of 1 1 (Men) 

2nd of 1 1 (Women) 

Delaware Valley College - W 97-56 (Men) W 93-25 

(Women) 

Messiah Invitational - 3rd of 18 (Men) 5th of 18 

(Women) 

Del. Valley/E-town/Stevens/Mary wood/Baptist 

Bible - 1st of 6 (Men) 1st of 5 (Women) 

Mason-Dixon Invitational 4th of 20 (Men) 4th of 20 

(Women) 

Penn Relays - Women's 4x100 - 4th of 12 

Penn Relays - Men's 4x400 - 9th of 15 

MAC Championships - 5th of 10 (Men) 5th of 10 

(Women 

MAC Championships - 4th of 10 (Men) 4th of 10 

(Women) 



Tim Stringfellow prepares to cross the finish line 



Freshman, Cheryl Beezup, hurdles her way to victory 




Tres Nolett hands off the boton to Jerry Reilly in the team 
relay while fans look on in anticipation. 




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Dedication, Committment, 

Hard Work 




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Women's 
Soccer 



Beaver College L 0-3 

Alvernia College W 9-0 

Lycoming College L 2-4 

Allentown College W 1-0 

Holy Family College L 0-5 

Albright College L 2-3 

Dickinson College W 2-1 

Messiah College L 0-7 

Elizabethtown College L 0-9 

King's College W 4-0 

Villa Julie College (MD) L 1-3 

Susquehanna University L 1-2 

Delaware Valley College L 1 -4 

Rutgers Clniversity-Camden (MJ) L 0-1 

Widener University W 1-0 

Moravian College L 0-1 

York College L 0-4 

Juniata College W 2-0 

Franklin & Marshall College L 0-1 



An all out battle to keep posession of the ball in one of LVC's 
fabulous soccer games. 





Number 19 prepares for a head butt to keep control of the ball 
for LVC. 

All alone, an LVC player goes for the goal! 




"She could go all the way" thinks the opposing team as LVC appraoches th< 
goal. 



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Worid Cup Potential 







Pulling away from the competition "A Danica 
Brown hopes to put the Lady Dutchmen in the 
lead. 



A look of determination. 

l"he game starts to get a little messy as 
both teams fight for control of the ball. 






Sophomore Stephanie Warner dribbles the ball up 
the field. 



Two LVC players make an incredible pass to 
advance up the field. 



'12 tries to keep her balance afer being fouled by her opponent 




Golf 



Alvernia/Messiah/Elizabethtown - 3-0 (430) 

Elizabethtown College Tournament - 1 1th of 20 

Susquehanna University - L 315-330 

Moravian College Tournament - 7th of 16 

Millersville University Tournament - 7th of 1 1 

Millersville University Tournament - 8th of 1 1 

Allentown College/Delaware Valley - 2-0 (335) 

Moravian College/Albright College - 1-1 (452) 

Susquehanna University Tournament - T 4th of 15 

Ursinus College/University of Penn. - 2-0 (326) 

MAC Championships - Tied for 6th 

MAC Championships 9th of 13 



Two of our LVC golf players take a minute to pose 
for a picture. 

"Boy could I use a nap right now" 





Precision and accuracy are two important components of golf. 




"GoCf is a bitnd of 

ipredsiorij 
(xincmtration and a 
reatty nice swingl" 



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Hok In Out! 



Showing good follow through is an LVC 
golfer. 



"Watch that baby fly!' 




John does his best to get the ball out of the 
sandtrap 





Concentration is the true art of any golf game. 



One of our LVC golfers putts his way to victory 




75 



Bastbaft 



Christopher Newport College - W 3-2 

William & Penn College - L 7-21 

Alvernia College - L 1-6, L 4-7 

Penn State University - Altoona - W 6-5, L 5-6 

Penn State University - Behrend - L 6-5, W 7-0 

Swarthmore College - W 17-8 

Juniata College - L 2-5, W 6-1 

Moravian College - L 0-3, L 4-8 

Alvernia College - L 12-16 

Delaware Valley College - L 7-12 

Widener University - L 0-4, L 2-6 

Albright College - W 8-2, L 3-4 

Wilkes University - W 5-2 

Susquehanna University - W 6-3, L 2-3 

York College - L 4-7 

Elizabethtown College - L 0-5, L 2-6 

Penn Sate University - Altoona - W 1-0, L 4-6 

Messiah College - L 1-5, L 1-9 

Muhlenberg College L 1-5 




The Dutchmen celebrate after scoring the go-ahead run. 



# 8 steps into the pitch and gets ready to send it downtown. 



The pitcher releases the ball hoping to strike out the batter. 





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A New Place To Cait Home 




Fhe shortstop moves in on the ball and prepares to field it 
vhile his teammate backs him up. 

*2 gets out of the batter's box and busts his way down the 
ne. 





After making the out at first, the 
first baseman gets ready to fire 
the ball home to get the 
base runner. 





Scott Gehres gets situated in the batter's 
box and hopes to improve his batting 
average with a hit. 

"Kiss that baby goodbye!" 



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Softball 



North Carolina Wesleyan - L 0-8 

Barton College - L 0-1, L 1-6 

North Carolina Wesleyan - L 0-12 

King's College - L 1-5, L 3-9 

Susquehanna University - L 3-6, L 0-1 

Lycoming College - W 2-1, L 1-3 

Elizabethtown College - L 3-4, L 1-3 

Widener University - W 7-6, W 5-3 

Albright College - W 6-0, L 7-1 1 

Messiah College - L 1-7, L 0-10 

York College - W 5-3, W 13-5 

Juniata College - W 13-5, W 7-4 

Gettysburg College - L 0-3, L 0-1 1 

Wilkes University - L 0-1, L 0-5 

Moravian Colege - L 0-4, L 0-3 

Dickinson College - W 4-2, L 2-6 

Ursinus College - W 4-3, W 3-2 





The ball is just out of the reach of the first 
baseman, allowing the runner to advance. 

The third baseman charges the ball, preparing 
to pick it up and fire it over to first base. 




# 20 makes it safely to third base. 



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Lady Dutchmen Gain 
Experience 




The shortstop attempts to field the 
ball despite the interference of the 
runner. 




"14, hoping not to get caught, attempts to steal third base. 
# 15 gets set in the batter's box and hopes to put Valley ahead. 




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Men's Soccer 



King's Point - L 0-3 

York College - L 0-4 

Lycoming College - L 1-4 

Holy Family College - L 2-5 

Juniata College - T 0-2 

Elizabethtown College - L 0-6 

King's College - L 3-6 

Messiah College - L 0-5 

Delaware Valley College - W 4-3 

Allentown College - T 1-1 

Albright College - L 3-4 

Franklin & Marshall College - L 1-4 

Susquehanna University - L 1-6 

Widener University - L 1-3 

Alvemia College - W 5-0 

Moravian College - L 0-5 

Wilkes University - L 0-6 

Villa Julie College - W 1-0 




Harry Hunt dribbles the ball down the field for the Dutchmen. 



Valley takes a timeout and prepares their strategy for the rest of the game. 




"15 attempts to gain control of the ball while his opponent moves in to st€ 
the ball. 



Ken Klopp pushes the ball closer toward the goal in an attempt to give Vali 
the lead. 




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A little enthusiasm would help this game along! 
A Lady Dutchmen prepares for the backhand. 




Women's 
Tennis 



King's College - W 5-4 

Moravian College - L 2-7 

Messiah College - L 2-7 

Wilkes University - W 9-0 

Juniata College - L 4-5 

Elizabethtown College - W 6.5-2.5 

Allentown College - W 9-0 

Susquehanna University - W 5-4 

Widener University - L 2-7 

Lycoming College - L 2-7 

Albright College - W 7-2 




Two of our Valley tennis players in action. 




81 



Senior Feature AtWetes 



Fait Sports 



Spring Sports 



Glenn Vaughan - Men's Cross Country 

Connie Bechtel - Field Hockey 

Alicia Fioravanti - Field Hockey 

Cori Littleton - Field Hockey 

Meghan Rouse - Field Hockey 

Mary Sowers - Field Hockey 

Matt Franks - Football 

Matt Gianelli - Football 

Matt Hans - Football 

Jason Hotchkiss - Football 

Randy Kostelac - Football 

Chad Marley - Football 

Ian Pychinka - Football 

Ryan Redner - Football 

Glenn Reese - Football 

Shane Sipes - Football 

Greg Steckbeck - Football 

Andy Stoner - Football 

Eric White - Football 

Ryan Williams - Football 

Jamie Cascarino - Men's Soccer 

Matthew Houck - Men's Soccer 

Jason Piazza - Men's Soccer 

Cory Thornton - Men's Soccer 

Caterina Madaffari - Women's Soccer 

Melanie Orth - Women's Soccer 

Misty Piersol - Women's Tennis 

Karlin Schroeder - Women's Tennis 



Scott Gehres - Baseball 

A. J. Granito - Baseball 

Mike Kocher - Baseball 

John Madden - Baseball 

Ray McCarty - Baseball 

Tim Mcllvaine - Baseball 

Nate McManus - Baseball 

G. Scott Myers - Baseball 

Greg Steckbeck - Baseball 

Brett Chottiner - Golf 

Josh DiFlorio - Golf 

Go "Jeff" Kashiwagi - Golf 

Katie Raffield - Golf 

Joanne Smith - Golf 

Glenn Vaughan - Golf 

David Ferrari - Men's Tennis 

Matt Franks - Men's Track and Field 

Patrick Loughney - Men's Track and Fi 

Jeff Rhone - Men's Track and Field 

Bob Wentzel - Men's Track and Field 

Jeremy Zettlemoyer - Men's Track a 

Field 

Mary McNitt - Women's Track and Fie 

Heather Draper - Softball 

Angel Galloway - Softball 

Mary Sowers - Softball 



Winter Sports 



Dan Strobeck - Men's Basketball 
Andy Panko - Men's Basketball 
Damon Davis - Men's Swimming 
Melissa Brecht - Women's Basketball 
Melanie Good - Women's Swimming 
John Connor - Wrestling 
Ted Kemmerling - Wrestling 
Joseph Sheruda - Wrestling 
Mark Wells - Wrestling 



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A Collection Of Candids 








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A 
World 

of 
Change 



Organizations 





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Most students will agree that the four years 
spent in college are much more than studying and 
taking tests. Organizations are a way for students 
to escape the daily stress of classes and relax and 
have fun. They also provide a way to meet other 
students on the LVC campus. If you ask any 
student who is involved in extracurricular activities, 
they will probably tell you some of their fondest 
college memories and best friendships were made 
through the various clubs and organizations on 
campus. In the fall of every year, the activities fair 
is a way for new and current students to see what 
clubs exist and get to know a little bit about them. 
— Kelly R. Cooney 



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Student 
Government 





Class of 2001 
Officers 



Ciass of 2002 
Officers 




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Greenbiotter 
Literary Society 



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Council of 

Religious 

Organizations 




Delta Tau Cftr 
ATX 




Fellows flip of 
Christian 
Athletes 




He Is Savior 







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Accounting Ckib 





Math Caib 



Phi Beta 
Lambda 




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Biofogy CM) 



Chemistry Chib 





Beta Beta Beta 
BBB 



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Psi Chi 




Afpfm Pfti 

Omega 

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ACpfta Psi 
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Wig and Buckie 
Society 






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History and 

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Psychology Club 





Sociology Club 



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Sigma Alpha 
Iota 
SAI 





Pfti Mu Alpha 

5irtfonia 

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Musk Educators 

National 

Conference 




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WLVC 





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Student 
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Spring Arts 
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A 
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Greek Lift 




Every year fraternities and sororities vie to capture 
the attention of students on campus. Through the 
activities fair, smokers and socials, they are able to 
demonstrate what they are about. Open and closed 
socials are a way of getting to know the sis- 
ters/brothers, have fun and ask any questions. The 
month of February brings pledging, a challenging 
month that, in the end, is well worth it as the pledge 
finds in their fraternity /sorority a new family. Greek 
Week, the annual battle among Greeks, comes 
around in April. Events such as the tug o' war, dodge 
ball, pie eating contest and everybody's favorites, the 
wheelbarrow and tricycle races are a time of fun, 
socializing and all-out war among Greeks. 
— Kelly R. Cooney 



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Greek Council 




AST 



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Gamma Sigma 
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Phi Sigma Sigma 




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Alpfta Sigma Taxi 




Kappa Lambda Nu 




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Phi Lambda Sigma 




Tan Kappa Epsilon 




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Greek Week 1999 




TKE brothers give it their best effort in the tug o' war contest, while their other 
brothers look on. 

Gretchen Mall cycles her way down the sidewalk and tries to win points for Phi Sig in 
the annual tricycle contest. 



rZZ sisters, Yvonne Shepherd, Jen Dominiak, Tara Krammes and Connie Bechtel 
won a 2nd place victory for their sorority in the tug o' war. 

$SZ sister, Nicole Dreger, races through the obstacle course on Arnold Field. 



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year, dodge ball. 



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5ororities and fraternities gathered on the football field to participate in the obstacle course. 



Everyone is in position and ready to go in the wheelbarrow contest. 




Michelle Kercher explains the rules of the dodge ball game to the participants. 




The Greeks are ready to begin the wheelbarrow and tricycle races. 







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A 
World 

of 
Change 




Music 




The Marching Band, the largest of all the music 
groups on campus, begins their season in the fall 
before any students return back from summer 
break. They entertain us at football games, where 
this year they chose a Latin theme. Other music 
groups, such as the ensembles and quintets perfor- 
med concerts throughout the school year. The 
Chamber Choir got the opportunity to travel to 
London for two weeks following graduation where 
they performed and visited the city's tourist attrac- 
tions. One of everyone's favorite musical produc- 
tions is Christmas at the Valley, a performance for 
the LVC community to get everyone in the holiday 
mood. 



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Marching Band 




Junior Drum Major Mike Robinson directs the Marching Band during the half 
time presentation. 



Sara-Krista Acker, Melissa Rhoades, and Kelly Mulligan prepare for their flag 
presentation during the pre-game show. 



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The drumline prepares to take the 
field to dazzle LVC viewers yet again 
with a fabulous performance. 




Helping to rally their team, members of the LVC 
Marching Band play it up! 



Directly below, the zealous band members of the Pride 
rf the Valley take the field in style. 



ie Pride of the Valley entertain 
e Homecoming crowd. 




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Music is the 
universal (anquage. 




Music soothes ike 
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A 
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of 
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Commencement 




How can you sum up four years of memories, friendships, 
tears, victories and failures into one paragraph? For these 
seniors, graduation day meant not only getting a degree, but 
walking away from what became their family and home for 
the past four years. May 15, 1999 saw the end of an era, but 
also the beginning of bright futures for these 350 graduates, 
the largest graduating class in LVC history. Dean MacDonald 
presented the address to the graduates, while Senior, Dan 
Post, received the Howard Anthony Neidig Award and Leslie 
Bowen received the Nevelyn Knisley Award for inspirational 
teaching. The graduation ceremony was held on Arnold 
Field, a change from the annual routine of holding com- 
mencement on the academic quad, thus giving Lebanon 
Valley College 'A World of Change". 
— Kelly R. Cooney 



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One of LVC's administrators addresses the 
crowd. 




Daniel Post is congratulated by President Pollick after receiving the 
Howard Anthony Neidig Award. 




President G. David Pollick hands out an honorary degree. 



Officers of the Class of 1999 explain the class gift to LVC. 



Stephen C. MacDonald. Vice President for Academic Affairs and 
Dean of the Facultv, speaks to the graduates. 




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A senior shows her 
enthusiasm about 
the commencement 
ceremony. 




Bishop, Peter David Weaver speaks to the graduates, family, and 
friends at the commencement- ceremony. 

Senior, Connie Bechtel, looks in her program to see the progression of 
the ceremony. 

Jodyjacobetz (left) hugs Kate Laepple. Jody continues her schooling at 
West Chester University. 

David Doll looks on in anticipation. 




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"hree graduates clap after hearing the winner of the Vickroy Award. 



'he graduation recessional is pictured from above. 



'he graduates are asked to stand and face their family and friends. 




Chris Albright smiles as he walks off stage after receiving his diploma. 



Class Officer, Carrie Champ, receives her diploma. 



Molly Stachnik talks to graduate Trevor Enck. 





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A 
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of 
Change 




Closing 




Lebanon Valley College has gone through many 
changes this past year, all of them good for the 
school. The yearbook's theme of "A World of 
Change" can be seen throughout the campus in 
many aspects. Even the yearbook has undergone 
change this past year. In order to survive in a world 
of change, one must be adaptable - something one 
learns while they attend any of LVC's classes or 
activities or sporting events. LVC is a great school, 
all of the graduates agree. It has prepared us well 
for the "real world" we all face in due time. 
Congratulations to all of LVC's graduates of the 
class of 1999. We hope this book is a good 
reminder of your times here at the Valley. 



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Messages 

...from family to graduates 



Kathleen E. Calaman: 

You are living my dream. Keep up the good work. I'm proud of you! 
Love, Mom. 

Ellen E. Gehr: 

We are so proud of you and your success at LVC. Love, Mom & 
Dad. 

Kimberly A. Hedricks: 

Kimberly, congratulations on all your achievements. Always be open 
to God's guidance. We have confidence and faith in your continued 
success. Love, Mom and Ken. 

Dear Kimberly, I'm very proud of you and your many accomplish- 
ments and involvements in school activities. Always remain Kimber- 
iffic! Love, Mom. 

Kimberly, what an honor it is to have you for a sister! Congratula- 
tions on graduation and we pray you'll continue to follow Jesus' 
leading all throughout your life. Love, Andrea and Steve. 

Jason R. Hotchkiss: 

What a way to end your senior year! A win and brains, too! We are 
very proud of you. Love, Mom and Dad. 



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Jody L. Jacobetz: 

Jody - you've come a long way, baby! We couldn't be more proud. 
Best wishes in graduate school and always. Love, Mom and Dad. 

Amie Michelle Jumper: 

Way to go, Amie - you did it! We're so proud of you. Love, Mom & 
Dad. 

Michelle M. Kercher: 

Your accomplishments have been surrounded by compassion, inde- 
pendence, and an excitement for life. Michelle, we are so proud that 
you have discovered significance and meaning for your future. 
Always, Mom, Dad, and Lisa. 

Michael Scott Kocher: 

Great job! Love, Mom, Dad, and Jill. 

Jennifer Dawn Methner: 

Congratulations Jenny, you did it! You are No. 1. We are so very 
proud of you. Love, Your Family. 

Melissa L. Mowrer: 

Two parents could not be prouder. Congratulations Missy! Love, 
Mom & Dad. 

Melissa Dawn Moyer: 

Congratulations, you did it! We are proud of you. Love, Mom & Dad. 

Joseph Henry Sheruda: 

JH: Remember, "The wise man must be wise before, not after, the 
event." (Epicharmus) Congratulations! You've done it!! 



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Shane Matthew Sipes: 

A new chapter in your life begins! May it be filled with good health, 
love, and fulfillment. Love, Mom & Dad. 

Andrew David Stoner: 

You made it and we're proud of you! Mom, Dad, Kevin, Eric, and 
Chad. 

Marcia S. Tumpey: 

Congratulations - you held on to your dreams - and "Yes," today 
they became real! We're proud of you and best wishes for continued 
success in your field and in life. Love, Mom & Dad. 

Alicia June Way: 

Good goin', Gert! Love, Mom. 

Congratulations in your senior year, Alicia. After you graduate, the 

world will never be the same! Love, Dad. 

Michele Lyn Weber: 

Congratulations Michele! We are so proud of you and all you've 
accomplished. You've only just begun! We love you, Mom & Dad. 

Karen Wharton: 

In 1995 your graduation date seemed so far away. Now we can all 
give thanks to Jehovah. Congrats, Karen! Love, Mum & Dad. 



Patron: 
Eugene and Lorraine Summers 



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The "World of Change" Quittapahilla 1999, Volume 84 of the 
Lebanon Valley College Yearbook was printed and published by 
the Taylor Publishing Company of El Paso, Texas and Malvern, 
Pennsylvania. 

Copy for the book was printed in the following fonts: Embassy 
[Chancery), Seville, Rinna (Korinna), and Nouveau Gothic. Body 
copy, caption, and headline point sizes varied throughout the 
book. 

The staff consisted of: 

Advisor: 
Ms. Kelly Alsedek 

Editors: 
Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Laura Simolike 

Secretary: 
Laura DeHart 

Business Manager: 
Clint Rudy 

Photograhphers: 

Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Laura Simolike, Laura 

DeHart, Eugene Kelly, Scott Kammerer, John Banks 

Copy Writers: 

Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Laura Simolike, Laura 

DeHart, Amy Stack, Amy Vituzynski 



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Meet tfte Editors 




Joshua N. Lindeman, Sophomore Actuarial Science major/Computer Science 
minor; WLVC; Math Quiz Bowl; Alpha Phi Omega; Student Programming Board; 
Student Judicial Board; Quittapahilla. 

I was originally named the Copy Editor for the 1999 Quittapahiilla by Carrie 
Stull. But, after having worked on this yearbook for a little while I have realized 
that when you have a staff of two regular people and a few others who gratefully 
volunteer their time, it is impossible to be selfish and do only the job that you 
were named to. Therefore, I'd like to first thank Kelly Cooney, for without her and 
her ability to adapt to many different roles, this yearbook would not see the light 
of day. Also as I briefly mentioned above, those people who gave of their time 
voluntarily - you know who you all are. Ed Patrick from Taylor Publishing 
Company deserves some recognition because without his patience and will- 
ingness to meet with us during our busy schedules, this book would not have 
even gotten off the ground. The staff of the college center for helping us out by 
doing mail runs or other necessary things. Thanks to Student Government and 
the administration of LVC for giving us the funds necessary to relieve our debt 
from previous years. Finally, I give thanks to my advisors from high school, Mrs. 
Phyllis Silverman and Mrs. Jean Eicherly who got me interested in yearbook 
publishing. Congratulations to the Class of 1999. 1 only hope this yearbook gives 
you a good glimpse of life at LVC and your years here at "The Valley." 




Kelly R. Cooney, Sophomore Accounting major; Accounting Club; Phi Beta 
Lambda; Business Department Mentor; Gamma Sigma Sigma, Quittapahilla. 

When we began this year, I was asked by Carrie Stull, the editor of last year's 
yearbook to be the Organizational Editor. But as the year progressed, I turned 
into a copy writer, photographer, layout designer and contact person to deal with 
phone calls from alumnae, students, parents, and LVC staff. Going into this 
project having no idea where to begin and having no experience, this seemed like 
an impossible goal. But 11 months later, after endless trips to school over the 
summer, we finally finished the book. Without the help of numerous people, this 
never would have been possible. First, I would like to thank Taylor Publishing 
and our representative, Ed Patrick, Jr. for getting us on the right track back in 
September. To DaVor Photography for delivering our pictures to us in a timely 
fashion. To Shirley Ritter in the mail room for handling all of our packages going 
out and coming in. To Josh and Laura - we did it! Thank you both for all of your 
hard work, especially with those last minute club and faculty pictures. To all of 
the people who helped throughout the year - John Banks, Laura DeHart, Gene 
Kelly and Amy Stack - your help was definitely appreciated. To all of the 1999 
graduates, especially my T22 sisters, best of luck in everything! 




Laura K. Simolike, Sophomore Elementary Education/Spanish major; SPSEA; 
Mentor to 10th graders; Best Buddies; Quittapahilla. 

I would like to thank Taylor Publishing Company for supporting us and helping 
show us the way, which allowed us to put together a wonderful yearbook. I would 
also like to thank Dean Yuhas and Jen Evans for giving us exactly what we 
needed to put out this fabulous book. I would like to wish the class of 1999 the 
very best of luck in everything that they do as they go out into a world that is, as 
our book says, "full of change." Last, but certainly not least, I have to thank my 
amazing co-editors. Josh and Kelly. Both of you know that this book would not 
be here if it weren't for the two of you. Thanks for putting up with me and for 
making this book incredible. Expecially you Kelly - you deserve a thousand pats 
on the back, and I truly appreciate all that you have done for this book. Finally, 
thanks to Sister Joan for showing me what it takes to put a yearbook together. 
You are truly an amazing woman and one of my best friends. 



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Lebanon Vattey Cottegt 

Alma Mater 



To Thee dear Alma Mater 

This ringing song we raise, 

A song that's fraught with gladness, 

A song that's filled with praise, 

We cannot help but love Thee, 

Our hearts are full and free, 

Full well we know the debt we owe, 

To dear old LVC. 

We come from old New Hampshire, 

Where winter breezes blow, 

And from the sunny Southland, 

Where sweet magnolias grow, 

We've sung "Star Spangled Banner," 

To "Dixie" given a cheer, 

And now we raise this song of praise, 

To Alma Mater dear. 

Put forth your strongest might, 

And let our Alma Mater 

Win each and every fight, 

Lift high it's royal banner, 

And keep it's honor clear, 

And let our song with voices strong 

Ring down thro' many a year. 



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