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In Memory... 

The Quittapahilla staff dedicates 
the 2007-08 yearbook to the 
memory of Alex Morris '10 who 
was taken from us after a car 
accident in September. He is 
greatly missed by friends and will 
always remain in our hearts. 




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He would always put a smile on my face and just 
could make me Jaugh. I hardly knew him 
considering I had just met him in August, but in 
that time I don't know if I ever laughed so hard. 
AJex was a character for sure, fie is greatly missed. 
Karissa King ' 1 1 



Alex did so many great things in his life. With 
being an EMT, he helped a countless amount of 
people. He always cared about others more than 
himself, which is a quality that's hard to find. 
You could see the influence he had on so many 
lives by the number of people who showed up to 
his services. The line was out the door and 
stayed that way for hours. He was a great friend 
whom I wish I had the chance to spend more 
time with. He'll never be forgotten by me and by 
hundreds upon hundreds of others. Rest in 
Peace, Alex. You were just too great that God 
wanted to be with you early. 
Christa Lynn 



Alex was the kind of guy that would do anything 

for anyone. He was such a great person. He 

always knew how to cheer me up. He did so much 

for everyone and never expected anything in 

return. 

JuHe Enders '10 




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Former first daughter Chelsea CHnton laid out the case for her mother 
Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy in the state's Republican heartland in 
March, making a direct plea for votes to a constituency that's key to Barak 
Obama's chances in Pennsylvania. 

Nearly 440 students, faculty, staff and community members filled the 
atrium of Lynch Memorial Hall to pose questions for CUnton in an 
unprecedented appearance. 

With Senator Clinton locked in a fierce battle for the Democratic 
presidential nomination against U.S. Sen. Barak Obama, the younger Chnton's 
stop at LVC was one of three she made to stump on behalf of her mother. 

"Please ask me any questions you have today.. .I'm happy to talk about 
anything," Clinton said while standing on a small stage, sporting a jacket and 
navy Lebanon Valley hooded sweatshirt. 

She was introduced by Greg Kauffman '09, president of College 
Democrats. Clinton spoke for about five minutes and then fielded more than a 
dozen questions from mostly poUtical science students, that included education, 
college financial aid reforms, the federal budget deficit, health care, stem cell 
research, NAFTA, and renewable energy. 

Much of Chelsea Chnton's talk centered on education, including her 
mother's plans to broaden Pell Grants for students and to forgive loan debt for 
those who enter such public service jobs as education and law enforcement. 

Both the elder Clinton, a New York senator, and Obama have proposed 
making college more affordable by reinstating direct aid from the government to 
students at lower interest rates. Chelsea said her mother wants to double the 
maximum federal Pell Grant for low-income students to $10,800 and double 
existing tax credits for undergraduate and graduate students. 



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VallcyFest committee; comprised of students from every doss, is 
dedicated to planning the festival) which is typically held in April. 
The committee decides on everything from food to entertainment that 
will be pleasing not only to the LVC campus, but the community that 
surroimds it Incorporating tAe musical and artistic taCents o_f tile 
college's students as well as local aruf nationaC taCents^ the festival 
thrives on the arts. With inflatable noveCties, camivaC games, 
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VaileyTest Committee Members: Jairm. 

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Sfmun Krdder, Amanda Cubbagej Samantha 

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Stephanie Henrich: President 

Steven Wisner: Vice President/Producer 

Erin Brubaker: Vice President/Front of House 

Arlene Reiter: Secretary 

Katie Campbell: Secretary 

Nicole Gollmer: Treasurer 

Karen Oulahan: Historian/Public Relations 

2007-08 Performance Schedule: 

The Importance of Being Ernest 

Oklahoma 

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Organizations 



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The LVC chapter of the Student 
Pennsylvania State Education 
Association (S.P.S.E.A.) is open to 
all elementary, secondary, art, 
special education and music 
education students. The group 
consists of future teachers who all 
share a sincere love for children. 
The organization sponsors 
conventions, community and 
school projects, education 
programs, and bi-monthly 
meetings. 



President: Kristen Wasileski 
Vice-President: Lauren Ferrara 
Treasurer: Carolyn AgnoU 
Secretary: Bethany Varano 
Parliamentarian: Jackie Collani 
Advisor: Dr. Atkinson 



Members: Erin Ammon, Kiera Anderson, Chelsea Artz, Helen Balas, Emily Bassett, Renee 
Bell, Molly Berwagner, Corinne Blessing, Kendell Bowman, Mark Brandt, Amanda Brown, 
Brianna Brumbach, Jonathan Campbell, Crystal Cascarino, Gina Champagne, Elizabeth 
Christie, Danielle Cowdell, Gregory Daylor, Alysha Dellinger, Nicole DeLoia, Alexandra 
DelPrete, Kathleen DeMario, Gina DiCamillo, Darren Dusick, Jessica Englert, Bradley 
Entrekin, Lauren Erkoboni, Ashley Evans, Lauren Evans, Bridget Freiler, Jennifer Gallagher, 
Christine Garrison, Megan Gehman, Danielle Gemmill, Amy Gingerich, Jared Gliem, Tyler 
Graham, Michael Grandi, Cynthia Groff, Christine Gumble, Kyra Hackman, Tricia 
Halligan, Stephanie Harnish, Ann Heckman, Stephanie Henrich, Laura Holder, Kristen 
Hoover, Maria Jeannette, Sara Jenkins, Jenna Kane, Jessica Kender, Sarah Kenney, JuHa 
Kenny, Kristen Krotulski, Holly Lantz, Brittney Liptrap, Michele Lobach, Aaron Lucas, 
Emily Lyden, Monica Mancini, Jeremy Mann, Megan McManus, Kristopher Miller, Kelly 
Moll, Emily Moore, Sarah Morasco, Alicia Moul, Ashten O'Brien, Jessica Piero, Andrea Pitt, 
Alexander Poorman, Matthew Prebula, Roseanne Rice, Megan Rizzardi, Emily Ross, Stacey 
Ruch, Sara Schwanger, Stacey Sheffer, Rachel Shelly, Anthony Shiphowski, Holly Shissler, 
Courtney Slack, Jenna Sloan, Erica Smith, David Sodl, Alyssa Stine, Beth Templin, Sarah 
Thompson, Chelsea Wagner, Jennifer L. Wagner, Jennifer M. Wagner, Carlye Weir, Laura 
Winiarczyk, Leah Worrell 

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Officers: 

Heather Meier - President 
Kyle Ward - Vice President 
Courtney Lindgren - Secretary 
Amanda Knapp - Treasurer 
Alisa Sterner - Historian 



The Psychology Club is made up mostly of 
students majoring or minoring in 
psychology and psychobiology, but is open 
to anyone on campus who is interested in 
the field of psychology. The club gives 
these students the opportunity to socialize 
together, discuss psychological issues, 
participate in community service and 
share ideas on various topics. In addition, 
Psychology Club gives its members the 
chance to go to the Eastern Psychological 
Association Conference held in different 
Northeastern locations every spring. It is 
a wonderful opportunity to amass 
knowledge on a variety of topics regarding 
psychology and neurology, and have fun 
while doing it. New members are always 
welcome! 



Members: Jeff Weston Anderson, Mary Auker, Chris 
Bauer, Crista Billowitch, Shelly Burkholder, Alyse 
Canciello, Katie Cerullo, Amanda Cole, Joe Convery, 
Ann Marie Crider, Kathryn DeBlock, Teri 
DeGregorio, John Dimmick, Jeff Douglas, Rachel 
Duffy, Michelle Dusel, Marci Ebur, Rachel Eck, 
Rebecca Edwards, Meghan Ennis, Dave Heckford, 
Becky Hess, Katie Hewitt, Amanda Keith, Tony 
Marasco, Rachel Marion, Steph McKay, Kris 
Musselman, Ashley Omdorff, Rasa Rupslaukyte, 
Caren Sabol, Becky Schaffer, Joe Sheehy, Emily 
Stouffer, Alhson Sweigart, Julie Tacchino, Amanda 
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HyPE (History, Political Science and 
Economics Club) is comprised 
mainly of majors but open campus 
wide. Its main goal is to increase 
awareness of history, political 
science and economics with 
speakers, trips, and events, as well as 
participating in several campus wide 
events such as Relay for Life. In 
addition, HyPE sponors an annual 
dinner where they recognize an 
outstanding faculty member. 



Members: Lauren Woodring, Jeremy Mann, Jackie 
Hane, Rachel Moore, Kathy Coulson, Matt Day, Matt 
Schaeffer, Jason Nystrom, Greg Kauffman, Brett 
Weidman, Chris DeLorenzo, Rose, Melissa Keyes, 
Michelle Little, Steph Romberger 



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The F-word, LVC's feminist organization, is a non-gender specific organization that 
gathers weekly to discuss feminist and gender-based issues. The F-word also sponsors 
and participates in various advocacy and activism campaigns such as: the Vagina 
Monologues, domestic violence, awareness, inequality in the workplace and National 
Love Your Body Day, just to name a few. The F-word advocates strongly for women's 
rights and through this hopes to end discrimination between all groups, by encouraging 
progressive thinking in equity by LVC students. 

President: Katelyn McKenzie 

Vice President: Kayla Houser 

Secretary/Treasurer: Abby Kline 

Publicity Chair: Shaun Kreider 

Advisors: Dr. Cathy Romagnolo, Gene Kelly, Dr. Kerrie Smedley 



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Ministry team plans and coordinates the non-denominational Wednesday night 
worship service. Each week the group tries to bring something new and exciting to 
the campus. 

Members: Jonathan Brown, Alyse Canciello, Rob Celentano, Jessica Englert, Nate Grim, 
Molly Hoshour, Ryan Morrow, Chris Oleyniczak, Matt Oleyniczak, Elizabeth Potts, Jason 
Roach, Rebecca Schlegel, Beth Templin, Kaithn Thompson, Ryan Van Houten, Daniel 
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Praise Him with Dance (PHD) is 
a co-ed group whose purpose is 
to praise God through the gift of 
dance. No experience is 
necessary and the group performs 
many styles. Membership is open 
to everyone. 




Members: Holly Andrews, Robert Celentano, Jessica Englert, 
Molly Hoshour, Julia Jones, Aleka Liazis, Christopher 
Oleyniczak, Sarah Orr, Elizabeth Potts, Amanda Sarkowski, 
Megan Silfee, Beth Templin, Kaitlyn Thompson 



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The Voices of Spirit Gospel Choir has been in existence for six years and is an 
entirely student-run organization open to all students. VOS sings at a wide variety 
of church services both local and distant. 





Officers: 

President - Rachel Mingle 

Vice President - Kathryn DeBlock 

Secretary - Alyse Canciello 

Treasurer - Kaitlin Miller 

Music Director - Darnell Epps 



Members: Aleka Liazis, Allison Ballard, Alyse Canciello, Alyssa Bender, Alyssa Kreider, 
Amanda Zekazny, Amy Willow, Andrew Cannon, Asher Condit, Bethany Finney, Bradley 
O'Connell, Chris Oleyniczak, Chrissy Garrison, Darnell Epps, Emily Gertenbach, Emily Welsh, 
Erin Brubaker, Greg Barkhauer, Jaclyn Klinger, Jess Bui, Jimmy KroU, Joi-Yan Woo, Jon Blass, 
Justina Ercole, Kaitlin Miller, Karen Oulahan, Karyn Camillo, Kathryn DeBlock, Kelcie Fritts, 
Lauren Johnson, Matt Oleyniczak, Michelle Koetteritz, Monica Ferenz, Rachel Mingle, Rob 
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MBS stands for Mind, Body and Soul, so this club is focused on improving the health and 
vitality of these intertwined components. Some of the main activities the club takes part in 
are the weekly yoga sessions instituted by the club, guided meditations/relaxation sessions, 
and on occasion, tastings of healthy food. The group's mission is to provide a place to 
discuss healthy living, explore new and emerging health perspectives, and to promote 
wellness amongst themselves and the student body. 

Members: Krista Wisner, Coni Russo, Holly Feeser, Emily Poukish, Rebecca Shaffer, Carissa Shobe, 
Chaplin Fullmer, Yvonne Foster, Alison Ballard, Chelsey Wright, Christie Stratos, Stephen Loikith, 
Mark Fersch, Abby Kline, Whitney High, Ashley Harris, Heather Meier, Amanda Ward, Holly Frey, 
Adena Comrey, Tiffany Hubble, Jess Crusey, Sarah Abbott, Christina Pastula, Jen Murphy 



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Officers of Cornerstone from right to left: 
Daniel Walmer - Representative of CCO 
Alyssa Kreider - Secretary 
Ryan Van Houten - President 

Cornerstone is a ministry that branches off from the Council of Christian 
organizations. Our purpose is to serve and witness to the residential 
campus of LVC by providing times of fellowship throughout the semester 
on Friday evenings. These activities include: pizza/volleyball, dodge ball, 
ultimate frisbee, picnics, chapel lock-in/game night, 30-hour 
famine/concert, and pool parties. The biggest of these events is our spring 
and winter retreats that offer a time to grow closer through God's word and 
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The Council for Exceptional Children has 40 student members and is under the 
direction of advisor Dr. Cheryl George. Membership is open to LVC students seeking 
special education certification and other persons interested in the education of 
individuals with exceptionalities. The chapter seeks to offer programs that enhance the 
knowledge of special education and related services, offer recreational and educational 
experiences for students with exceptionalities in the community, and network with 
others who share common interests. CEC is a fun and interactive organization on 
campus. 

Officers: 

Sarah Thompson - President 

Kristen Wasileski - Vice President 

Aaron Lucas - Treasurer and Public Relations 

Emily Ross - Secretary 

Members: Leanne Mercadante, Nicole Kalhold, Lauren Evans, Leah Worrell, 
Lauren Erkoboni, Sarah Morasco, Kyra Hackman, Emily Moore, Kim Beiler, 
Lindsay Bauman, Christine Felegi, Amy Gingerich, Brianna Brumbach, 
Danielle Palardy, Ashley Richards, Jackie CoUoni, Janna Herbert, Jessie 
Englert, Lauren Ferrara, Alyse Canciello, Stacey Sheffer, Amber Miller, Brittany 
Sanders, Jenna Sloan, Jared Gliem, Crystal Cascarino 



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Freedom Rings seeks to support, educate and advocate for students, faculty and 
staff who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender. Meetings are open to 
everyone; they are a friendly and supportive time to discuss various issues in the 
LGBTQ community on campus and around the world as well as plan campus-wide 
events for LGBTQ awareness. The group understands that not everyone is ready 
for the group atmosphere and offer confidentiality services. Fundamentally, the 
group is a support system for those dealing with the internal and external struggles 
encountered by queer youth. Whether it's trouble with coming out of the closet, a 
bothersome roommate, parents that don't approve or something else. Freedom 
Rings is here to hsten. Due to the diversity of the support group, there are many 
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Psi Chi is the national honors society of psychology. 
The mission of the group is to have well-educated, 
ethical and socially responsible members that are 
committed to contributing to the science and profession 
of psychology, and to society in general. 

Officers: 

President - Kathryn Hewitt 
Vice President - James Henrie 
Secretary - Amanda Cole 
Treasurer - Amanda Knapp 
Historian - Melissa Kayes 
Advisor - Dr. Heather Mitchell 




Members: Allison Conety, Alexandra Fretz, Linden Lalley-Chareczko, Ashley Omdorff, 
Sean Carter, Hannah Ginder, Karissa Beechey, Megan Bish, Ashley Bordner, Kathryn 
DeBlock, Crystal Devecchio, Meghan Ennis, Kimberly Flanagan, Maria Jeannette, Amanda 
Keith, Kelly Minnix, Rasa Rupslaukyte, Anthony Scales, Rebecca Schaffer, Sarah 
Semmelmen, Allison Sweigart, ICrista Wisner, Krista Freitag, Dessie Manning, Rachael 
Marion, Kristopher Musselman, Ellen Pittman, Elizabeth Shaw, Carissa Shobe, Alisa 
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LVC has the Alpha Zeta chapter of 
Tri-Beta, the National Biological Honor 
Society. Each year the group focuses on 
service to school and community. 

Members: Kasey Grimes, Cory Hall, Samantha Keifer, 
Jess Kender, Kyran Laudeman, Jennifer Lazarski, Ryan 
Lucas, Jillian Miller, Nicole Myers, Elizabeth Potts, 
Chris Schank, David Sodl, Jennifer Dunnick, Clair 
Felpel, Daniel Hodge, Gary Lam, Rachel Nguyen, 
Michael Pence, Kelly Moll, Kenneth Potter, Kathleen 
Servian, Adam Wier, Eric Wier, Gregory Wier 



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80 members. The organization 
exists to provide information and 
new musical experiences to 
music education majors, and 
they do this through workshops, 
Middle School Band Festival, 
and involvement in the 
community. 



Officers: 

Sarah Degnitz - President 
Tina Cosma - Vice President 
Joe Heckman - Historian 
Christa Rusher - Historian 
Allison Smith - Secretary 
Alhson Van Note - Treasurer 
Faculty Advisor - Dr. Mary Lemons 

Members: Chelsea Acaley, Jay Althouse, Lauren Anderson, Zach Aulenbach, Kendall 
Barbera, Vicki Bartolomeo, Kate Bentz, Caitlyn Biggs, Rachel Bomberger, Kyle Bourdon, 
Lisa Boyko, Katy Brodhead, Tom Davidson, Jill DeBiasse, Amy Dedrick, Josh Duma, Dan 
Finkbiner, Mary Frantz, Phillip Freeman, Holly Frey, Mike Frock, Sam Gamer, Megan 
Haneman, Kaitlyn Hartman, Elizabeth Heck, Jessica Hildebrand, Mindy Hoopes, Abby 
Irwin, Andrew Jasinski, Andrew Keller, Sarah Klein, Jaclyn Klinger, Kiersten Levan, 
Meredith Long, Meagen Lukas, Kate Lynagh, Roberto Marti, Jackie Massey, Heather 
Meier, Clay Michalec, Amy Miller, Ryan Morrow, Ali Moucheron, Guillermo Munoz, 
AUison O'Handly, Allison Ortiz, Aram Piligian, Mark Rizzo, Jason Roach, Lisa Roberts, 
Meagan Robinson, Megan Siegel, Gloria Slovak, Megan Snader, Megan Snyder, Elba Soto, 
Kaitlyn Staub, Keith Stoltzfus, Sarah Strouse, Claire Styer, Kateri Swaverly, Jeffrey 
Thompson, Kaity Thompson, Kristin Turcovski, Michael Wagner, Chris Walmer, Karen 
Windle, Kevin Wisnewski, Kristen Wollenberg, Joi-Yan Woo, Andrew Worley, Meghann 
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Swain ( Secretary >. Ellen Adams, Andrea Beers. 
Orris Berg. Nick Boaz. Sam m y Burke>\ Kar>Ti 
C^wlu, Richard Carr. Christa Cooper, JuHa Cupp, j 
Jarretr Curds. Kaielyn Da\ies. Brad Decker. Ashle 
EbeAarL. Danielle Elder. Brntoey FaHuoca, Oair 
FeipeL Jordan Fining. Katie FreemaB, Elisabeth 
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Amy Miceh. Amanda Muza, Naie Mussetwtete, 
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?ir<s.. Sara PiaseckL Ryan PiiL Mike Porambo. 
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k'orid." The club is affiUated with 
dpha Kappa Delta, the 
ntemational Sociology Honor 
Society. Overall, the club 
irovides students with an 
pportunity to discuss their major 
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tudents, to explore diverse 
nrichment experiences and to 
iscuss social problems, theories 
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Risser. Rob Scales. Laura Gockley. Dan Nowell, Mimi Sullivan. 
Heather Aurand. .AJex Aver\ . Krista Fretiag. Amanda Knapp. 
Laura McGinley. Robbie Sheldon. Tom Smith. Kyle Ward. 
Rebekah Car\-er. Christa Vrabel. Beclo,- Hess. Monica Ferenz. 
Taylor Baldwin. Matlock Bobechko. Ronny Adosta. Cor\' Sabol, 
Kiersten Boncore. Tiffany Hubble. Laura McGinley. Da\-e 
Adams. Leanne Mercadante. E\a Weese. Wes Johnson, .\ngelo 
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comedians for Friday nights, musicians 
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and organizes Saturday bus trips. 

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Burkholder. Rachel Duf!\-. Andrea Dohrmann. 
Munya Jakazi. Elizabeth Christie. Sara Jenkins, 
Erica Van Der Knokke, Heather Meier 
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Pitman, Lindsay Porter, Megan Sargero, Steph Whitmore, 
Alicia ZaneUa, Amanda Zanella 

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Dedication, sweat and teamwork - three things behind the women's rugby championship 
team. Quahfying for playoffs this fall was a goal the girls had been working towards for the 
past four years. 

The team was led by senior club officers who had taken their position as sophomores, and 
fundraised, recruited and reorganized the club into a well-respected team. The team was an 
unstoppable combination of experienced returning players and fresh talent among freshmen, 
both sharing a passion for the sport. 

Their shot at quahfying for play-offs came Oct. 20 when The Valley hosted their rivals 
Franklin & Marshall College. The women dominated the pitch, claiming victory 32-5. The 
women's goal had been met, qualifying the team for play-offs for the first time since 2002. 

With championships in sight the women faced a huge issue. Depth. Throughout the fall 
season, the once sizable team lost many of their players to injuries. The girls were down to 1 5 
players ~ the exact number needed on the field. 

But with zero subsitutes, women's rugby prevailed and went into championships with their 
heads up and game faces on. The women battled through their match, many playing through 
injuries in order to keep numbers on the pitch. 

What seemed to be a victorious match against Muhlenberg was stolen away in the last ten 
seconds of the game, when Muhlenberg scored on a rare penalty called by the referee. 

Win or lose nothing can take away the memories created between these women on and off 
the pitch. Between the time spent at team dinners and socials, or the unbelievable tackles and 
endless sprints at practice, these women formed a team that will last them a lifetime. 




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LVG students completed 1 8 ,638 
hours of.eommimity service during the; 
2007-08 academic year '■- equal to 
$363,623 worth of services mostly for ,: 
the gredter Lebanon coihmunity. 

The College ais®,helped to build a 
modul^liome in Cleona destined for.r 
needy family in Southeast Texas, 
assisted in Hurricane Katrina Rehef in 
the New Orleans area, helped out at an 
Oneonta, NY retreat center, and 
participated in an Appalachian ^ 
Mpsmtains Service Project in West 
Virginia. • ^■;^'''-'"'" 

The^Gonimunity service figures 
come from data compiled by G^ne 
Kelly-'Ol, LVC's assistanfdirector of 
student activities and student 
development. The students represented 
42 organizations, athletic teams, special 
interest residence communities, and 
campus-wide planning coihmitteefr. 

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Community Service 



Votamteer Hourss 



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Alpha Phi Omega 


555 


Alpha Sigma Tau 


95.5 


Art Club 


16 


Best Buddies;,, 


274 


Beta B^a Beta 


23.5 


Biology Department 


308 


Business & Economics 


1218 


'Colleges Agairist Cancer 


672 


Corrimunity Dutchnien 


415 


Equestrian Club 


3 


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Football... ' 


1,112 


Freedom Rings 


35.5. 


Funkhouser ResidenCe*^ 


40 


Gamma Sigma Sigma 


44 


Hurricane Katrina Relief 


1,456 


Ice' Hockey Team 


1,635.5 


Kappa Lambda Nu . 


19 


LVEP 


780:5 


Marquette & Bellinger 


15 


Math'club 


450 


Men's Soccer 


25 


North College HaU 


611.25 


' Peer Psychology Club 


11 


Servants of Christ 


,1,147 


Ski & Snowboard-Club 


96 


SoftbaU 


26 


Student Activities 


334 .,; 


Student Govemrnent 


634 ^ 


Taekwdhdo Cliib 


22.5 


Tau Kappa Epsilon 


103 


V^lleyFest 


1,102 


Valley Volunteers •-' 


88:5 


The Vagina Monologues 


-451 


Wig^Buckle 


3,500 


Women's Rugby 


120 


Women's SoceeR 


90.5 





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"¥r\s\ ^5^as your iMOst MeiMorable LVC MOivieNt-- 

LVC Football defeats Lycoming College 15-9 at Lyco for the first 
time in school history on 10/21/06. 

Wiat ^as your iviost eMbarassiNg LVC ivtOMeNt- 
Inaupural P. I. P. 



Wiere do you see yourself in 3 - 1 years- 
Having a good time in a big city near the coast. 




Heidi L. Allison 
Digital Communications & 
Business Administration 




Jay L. Althouse 
Music Education 



Wiere ^as your favorite haNqout-- 

The Loft. The Castle, The Bakery, Church St., the BatdorL and 

the Vette. 

Wio ^as your favorite professor a^^d ^y -' 

Professor Grigsby. He cut through the unimportant things and 

taught me a lot of lessons on how to actually be successful in life. 

Wiat is your favorite part of caiMpus- 

Arnold Field. Lifelong memories with my best friends. 




Holly J. Andrews 
Accounting 



ANy advice to future seNiorv 

Don't think twice. Just do it and make the memories. You only 

get to go to college once. 



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Janet L. Arey 
Health Science 



Kasey L. Arnold 
English & German 



Nay M. Aung 
Business Administration 



Helen E. Balas 
Elementary Education 




Zachery L. Barkus 
English 



Rodney Bamett 
Music 



Ryan M. Bartz 

Music Education & Music 



Anthony S. Beccone Jr. 

Accounting & Business 
Administration 




Renee L. Bell 

Elementary Education 



Robert D. Bell III 
Music Recording Tech 



James M. Bellizzi 
Music Business 



Bradley W. Bishop 

Accounting & 
Business Administration 



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Tristan C. Bostock 
Music 



Kyle R. Bourdon 
Music Education 



Jill A. Brader 
Digital Communications 



Z. Elwood Brandt 
Music & English 




Eldin Brodlic 

Economics 



Adam M. Brossman 

Business Administration 



Brianna N. Brumbach 
Elementary Education 



A. Blaine Carfagno 
Digital Communications 
& English 




Joseph A. Caruso 

Accounting & 
Business Administration 



Nicole L. Caruso 
Health Science 



Melissa M. Carvajal 
Business Administration 



Crystal A. Cascarino 
Elementary Education 



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Jason Chmiola 

Music Recording Tech 



Wiat ^as your iMOst Meiviorable LVC MOivieNt- 

Being involved in my first musical at LVC. I did Cabaret my 
sophomore year and the dancintg, singing and just generally 
entertaining the crowd was such a fantastic experience. I met 
some really great people. 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5 • 1 years- 

I will have attained my CPA at this point and will be working 
toward achieving partner in a public accounting firm. 




Ehzabeth A. Christie 
Elementan,- Education 




Wiere vas your favorite haNgout- 
Generally the best places to hang out w€ 
houses with mv roommates and friends. 



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Wio vas your favorite professor a^Jd ^y- 

Dr. Rudd was my favorite professor. He made his class, which 
was a really long night class, so interesting. I enjoyed working 
on the assignments given to us. He applied his philosophy of 
marketing to the class and really made students interested in it. 

Miat is your favorite part of carvpus-: ■ ■ 

I love campus in the spring with all the flowers, cherry 
blossoms, and the students all outside playing sports and 
relaxing. 

AiMy advice to future seNiors- 

Take the fime to enjoy it: your grades are important but so is 



Aaron M. Coe 
Music Recording Tech 




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Wiat ^as your Most MeiMorble LVC MOMeNt-- 

It would have to be starting up the Sociology and Criminal Justice 
Club. It was quite exciting. 

Wiat was your Most eMbarassiNg LVC MOMeNt-- 

While living in Hammond Hall during freshman year. I remember 
forgetting to close my blinds on the first floor and flashing about 10 
people! I'm pretty sure 5 of those people threw up! 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5 ' 1 years.=' 

I plan to be established in a career focused around social justice and 
public welfare. I also hope to have my M.S.W. in two years, and my 
doctorate in sociology in five years. 




Amanda N. Cole 
Psychology 




Allison L. Conety 
Psychology 



Wiere was your favorite haMgout-- 

I have always adored spending time at MJ's... catching up with 
friends... and buying decadent desserts for myself and Pookie. 



Wio was your favorite professor aNd why-^ 

Sharon Arnold! We met in her course. Diversity and 
Understanding. 1 knew 1 loved her when, for three straight weeks. 
we practically had on matching clothes! And matching opinions 
and outlooks on MOST issues! 1 knew from that point on. Sharon 
"Shai- Dog" Arnold was my new LVC mother and friend for life! 

ANy advice to future seMiors.-- 

Yes! Take in as much as possible! Believe in what j'-ou're 

doing... and try to attach yourself to activities that you'd see yourself 

doing after college. 




Kathleen M. Coulson 

Historical Communications & 
American Studies , 




Scott A. Crowell 
Music 



Julia A. Cupp 

Biochemistry & Molecular 
Biology 



Marie M. Cusick 

Political Science & French 



Matthew C. Dale 
Music Recording Tech 




Kevin S. Daub 
Digital Communications 



Matthew G. Day 

Economics 



Jill E. DeBiasse 

Music Education & Music 



Erin D. Dean 

Music Education 




Amy E. Dedrick 
Vlusic Education & Music 



Kimberiy M. Deitrich 

Pohtical Science & 
Criminal Justice 



Viet Q. Diep 
Psychobiology 



Kyle J. Digris 

Psychology 



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Allison M. Dolan 

Sociology 



Jeffrey R. Douglas 

Sociology 



Josh M. Duma 

Music 



Nicole M. Eberhardt 
Health Science 




Amanda A. Empson 

Psychobiology 



Shauna R. Enck 

Chemistry 



Jessica L. Englert 
Elementary Education 



Nicole M. Enman 
Psychobiology 




Darnell A. Epps 
Music Education 



Elizabeth J. Eynon 

Music & Music Education 



Michael Feher 

Music 



David A. Fell 

Music Recording Tech 



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Emily M. Fitez 

History 




Jaime M. Floyd 
Hgital Communications 





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Wiat \^as your Most Meiviorable LVC MOivteNt^ 

All of the crazy, fun moments with my i-oommatcs in our DclUnger 
suite this year. 

Miat vas your iviost eivibarassiNg LVC MoivieNt^ 

Breaking down crying in the middle of class without being able to 
stop or leave. 



Hopefully 



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newhere with a couple of horses and a 



in the tjovernment. 



William D. Foltz 

English & History 



Wiere ^as your favorite haNqout--^ 

Probably the new Student Center, when it still had a decent pool 



Wio vas your favorite professor aMd ^hy-' 

I'm partial to the Psych [department professors; there's something 
great about every single one, but since 1 have to choose... it's a close 
call between Dr. Barry Kuhle and Dr. Lou Manza because they both 
ran their classes in such a way thai was botii thought-provoking 
and fun. 



AMy advice to future seNiors^ 

1.) Don't sweat the small stulT: in the cnc\, it doesn't really matter. 
2.) Study, but don't let it take up all your time. There's more to life 
than what vou read in a .book - go out and live some of it. 






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Chad M. Fox 

Business Admistration & 
Accounting 




Gayle S. Freeman 

Music 




Alexandra L. Fretz 

Psychology 



Holly A. Frey 

Music Education 



Michael T. Frock 
Music Education & Music 



Jennifer L. Gallagher 
Elementary Education 




Timothy S. Garrett Jr. 
ACS Chemistry 



Danielle K. Gehringer 
Sociology 



Amy L. Gingerich 
Elementary Education 



Laura E. Gockley 
Sociology 




Melanie L. Gogoj 

English 



Amanda M. Goldstein 
Elementary Education 



Dana M. Grabish 
Elementary Education 



Michael J. Greinke 
Music Recording Tech 



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Kasey N. Grimes 
Biochemistry & 
Molecular Biology 



Justina M. Hagerich 
Business Administration 



Sharon L. Hall 
Digital Communications 
& English 



Jacqueline M. Hane 

History 




Mallory E. Hane 
Art & Art History 



Richella Hankins 
Music 



Michael J. Hamed 
Music 



April M. Harring 
Health Science 




James A. Henrie 

Psychology 



Tianna M. Heverling 

Elementary Education 



Kathryn M. Hewitt 
Psychology 



Kristen M. Hoover 
Elementary Education 



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Charles A. Hopta 

Vlusic & Music Education 




Molly J. Hoshour 

Sociology 




Kenneth R. Houser 
ACS Chemistry 







Wiat was your Most eivibarassiMg LVC MOMeMt-- 
My most embarassing moment would have to be when we lost 
15-0 vs. Neumann in ice hockey. That was the worst loss I've 
had in hockey. 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5 - 1 years-- 
In five years, 1 hope to be teaching somewhere in the 
Philadelphia area, buying my own house and getting a dog. In 
ten years. I hope to own a vacation property as well, probably 
get married, and be teaching or doing administration work in 
the high school setting. 

Miere was your favorite haNgout- 

My favorite hangouts were the hockey houses off-campus 

throughout the years. We always had a good time. 

Wio vas your favorite professor aNd why-- 

I have two actually: Dr. Simpkins and Dr. Thompson. I liked 
Dr. Simpkins because he was just a really nice guy and he 
always discussed interesting topics in class. I liked Dr. 
Thompson because he was funny and always had a way of 
refuting your argument, no matter how good you thought it 




Amber L. Ion 
Music 




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Dana R. Jackson 
Biochemistry & Molecular 
Biology I 



Wiat is your f avotite part of caivipus.-' 

Anywhere but the track. You can ask the hockey coaches 
about that. 

ANy advice to future seNiors.^' 

Have fun, live it up, and don't stress over school work. Also, 
say no to drugs. 

If there was ONe fhiNg you could chaNge about LVC for future classes 

what would it be-' 

Make them less work intensive so that students could have a 

little more free time. 




Gregory T. Jackson 
Business Administration & 
Accounting 



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Jordan A. Jacobs 
Bochemistry & Molecular 
Biology 



Kristi E. Jacobsen 
Music Business 



Todd M. Jasinski 
English 



Sara E. Jenkins 
Elementary Education 




Brittany L. Jones 

Music 



Terry N. Kaufman 
Business Administration & 
Economics 



Samantha Keifer 

Biology 



Andrew S. Keller 
Music & Music Education 




Jessica L. Kender 
Biology 



Kristen A. Kester 
Elementary Education 



Daniel G. Klibert 
Actuarial Science & 
Economics 



Abby L. Kline 
English 



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Jillian F. Kline 
Health Science 



Jonathon D. Koch 

Criminal Justice 



Kelly L. Kohlmaier 

Elementarv Education 



Jamie M. Korth 
Psychology 




Kevin M. Krause 
Digital Communications 



Shaun E. Kreider 
Enghsh 



Amanda J. Kutchman 
Biology 



Linden Lalley-Chareczkc 

Psychology 

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Kyran M. Laudeman Jennifer L. Lazarski 
Biology Biology 



James R. Leibig 
Criminal Justice 



Nicholas J. Leister 
Economics 



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Benjamin J. Lengle 
ACS Chemistry 






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Brian J. Levering 

Music Business 




Courtney A. Lindgren 
Psychology 



Wiat ^as your iviost eivbarassiNq LVC ivioTvieNt- 

Word of advice, try your hardest not to be In the shower when there is a fire drill in 
ihe middle of winter. 



Wiere do you see yourself in 5 • 1 years- 

i hope to see myself out of graduate school with a masters in fine arts, and to have my 
art work exhibited in galleries. Also, to possibly be working on a teaching degree so as 
10 teach the skill of art making to other college students. 

Wio vas your favorite professor aNd ^y- 

Professsor Pittari was my favorite professor. He helped me find the confidence I 
needed to exceed in my field of study, and always challenged me to think critically 
about my work. He never gave up on his students, saw the potential from within, and 
A'orked with them individually to see them succeed. 

Miat is your favorite part of caivpus- 

My favorite part of campus would have to be the Pencil Studio. 1 really spent most of 
my time at LVC working in the studio on class assignments and on my own personal 
artwork. Having that space to work allowed me to explore my own artistic expression 
and gave me that place to get away from the stress of other assignments and become 



and gave me that place to get aw 
fully committed to my major. 

ANy advice to future seNiors- 



1 would have to say. get your work done early so that you have the freedom to just 
nave fun. It is your senior year, celebrate! You owe it to yourself to make this year 
jour most memorable because when it is over you are truly going to miss it. 




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Pliolo hy Bethany Radkic^yicz O'J 

M]3\ was your Most MeiMorable LVC iviOMeNt-- 

I will never forget my first clay at LVC. I wasn't quite sure what 1 
was getting myself into, but it ended up beng the beginning of a 
great experience. 

Wiere do you see yourself im 5 - 1 years^ 

It is my dream to be able to combine my Christian faith with my 
skills in business. I would love to start a business in a Latin 
American country such as Chile. It would be an incredible honor 
to be able to provide both hope and jobs for less fortunate people. 

M]0 vas your favorite professor a^^d ^y.^' 

Dr. David Rudd was unquestionably my favorite professor. He 
enthusiastically supported me in my various endeavors whether it 
was the challenge of a new internship or of adjusting to married 
life while still in college. I must also credit him for bestowing on 
me a love of marketing. 



Ny advice to future seNiors-- 



Choose to take e 



1. Pursue activities 



and a career that you are passionate about and will give you a 
sense of purpose. 

If there was ONe thiNg you could chaMqe about LVC for future classes what 
would it be.^' 

I would mandate that all students pursue at least one internship 
during their college career. An internship provides in-eplaceable 
real- world experience. 




Nicole A. Ling 
Health Science 




Brittney J. Liptrap 
History 




Dana Marie Lochman 

Psychobiology 



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John S. Lotwick 
Economics & Political 
Science 



T. Ryan Lucas 

Biochemistry & Molecular 
Biology 



Emily R. Lyden 
Elementary Education 



Kathleen E. Lynagh 

Music Education 




Matthew L. Mainster 
Music 



Matthew D. Manhire 
Music Recording Tech 



Jeremy K. Mann 
History 



Maitie Manno 

Business Administration 




Anthony T. Marasco 
Music 



Rachael M. Marion 
Sociology 



Durrell K. Martin 
Sociology 



Cassandra Martinez 
Sociology 



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Erika K. Maury 
Music Recording Tech 



Tyler A. McCauley 

Business Administration 



Meghan M. McCoy 
German 



Katelyn E. McKenzie 
English 




David E. Meharg 
History 



Ryan J. Meier 

Music Recording Tech 



Kathleen R. Meo 

Music Education 



Aaron M. Mill 
Economics 




Chelsea J. Miller 

Health Science 



Jillian L. Miller 
Biology 



Robert J. Miller 
Criminal Justice 



Rachel A. Moore 

Political Science & 
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Music Business 




Ryan A. Morrow 

Music & Music Education 



Wiat ^as your Most Memorable LVC ivioivieNt.- 

Plavine soccer £it LVC for four years. 



Wiere do you see yourself in 5 • 1 years- 

In five to ten years I see myself teaching and doing research in 
pliysics at the university level. 



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Wio vas your favorite professor aNid ^y- 

Scott Walck was my favorite prol'essor because he was a 
passionate, enthusiastic teacher who really enhanced my 
knowledge of physics. 

Wiat is your favorite part of caivipus-- 

The .soccer Helds. 

AMy advice to future seNiors- 

Four years go by fast, so stay longer if you can. 







Wiat wa s your Tviost iMeivtoriile LVC MoiMeNt-- 

It would have to be when my friend stole a french fry off of 



someone's plate through the openings in the walls ot ttie cate 
thinking that it was someone we knew only turning out to be 
someone else. 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5 ' 1 years^ 

I hope to be iinishing up graduate school for a doctorate in 

sociology and then teaching at a university som.ewhere. 

Wiere -%r$, your favorite haMgout-^ 

MJ's 



^tio ^as your favorite professor m^ "^y.^' 

Dr. Heather Mitchell of the Psychology Departm.ent be- 

classes were alwavs fun and she has such a pleasant i 



\%at is your favorite part I ' 

The Peace Garden. 

AMy advice to f ului-e seNiors.-- 

Do not think that taking 12 credits your last sen- 
be easy, especially if you are doinp' an indeneni 

more work to do then when I had li i creaits my ^ 



cause her 

oersonalitv 




Allison T. Moucheron 
Music Education & Music 




Jacquelyn M. Muscalus 

Business Administration 




Kristopher P. Musselman 

Business Administration & 
Accounting 



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Jason K. Navin 
ACS Chemistry 



Kristin M. Nawoczenski Christopher H. North 
Business Administration Psychology 



Daniel Nowell 
Criminal Justice 




Jerilyn C. Oehme 

Business Administration & 
Accounting 



Robin W. Opperiee 

Business Administration 



Ashley M. Omdorff 
Psychology 



Robert C. Orth 

Political Science 




Emily R. Ortiz 

Music Recording Tech 



Hassan F. Paige 

Digital Communications 



Christine D. Pastula 
Economics 



Kathleen M. Persak 
Elementary Education 



Seniors 



les 




Jessica M. Piero 
Elementary Education 



Daniel A. Pitonyak 

Physics & Mathematics 



Jared D. Pitt 
Biology 



Rachael A. Plourde 

Art & Art History 




Chad E. Porter 
Business Administration 



Elizabeth M. Potts 
Biology 



Matthew C. Prebula 

Elementary Education 



Sarah C. Pugh 

Music 




JohnT. Pursellll 

English 



Lawrence Rasulis 

Business Administration & 
Accounting 



Courtney L. Reapsome 

Psychobiology 



Jason B. Rhoads 

Health Science & Sociology 



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Philip S. Rhodes 

Mathematics of Finance 




Roseanne M. Rice 

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Wiat >5cas VOLT MDst MeMorable LVc i^oivieNt- 

F^resenting my chemistry research at my senior seminars. UMBC 
and Duke University. 

Wiere do yoi \ see yourself in 5 ■ 1 years- 

hi 5 \-ears. hnishing up my graduate worlv tov a PhD in chemistry: 
in 1 years, wortcing in research and development lor a chemical 
company or teaching college chemistry. 

^at ^as your favorite college haNgout 

Neidig-Garber Science Center. Arnold Sports Center, 136 College 
Avenue 



Wio ^as your favorite professor qh^ '^y 

Dr. Harris -- he was a great research advisor, a phenomenal 
professor and xery personable. 



^tiat is your favorite part of car^pus- 

The Neidiu-Garber Science Center. 



AMy advice to future seNiors^ 

Work hard during the first 
last one. 



an enjoy the 



If you coi .'Id ctiaKje onc thiMj aboi.it LVC vhat w^iuld it be- 

Greater publicity for research at the Valley, more options to lill out 

iieneral eds. 




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Wnat '^avs your iviost Meivior^le LVC ivtoivieNt- 

My favorite memory of the perfect day at LVC is ValleyFest 2007. 
The weather was spectacular and everyone was out enjoying the sun, 
music and each other. 



Five words: "I want a standing ovation." 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5- 1 years- 

hi five years I will be too young to run for governor. In ten years, I 
will be old enough. Until then. I hope to begin pursuing a life of 
campaigning and public service to the citizens of Pennsylvania and 
perhaps the United States. 

Wio ^as your favorite professor an^ ^y - 

I've had some amazing professors at LVC. but the one who has made 
the biggest impact is Dr. Diane Johnson. Aside from being one of the 
most intelligent and interesting people ever (and the coolest 
pescetarian I know), her classes are always amazing. She challenges 
her students to think at a higher level, but does so in a supportive 
and encouraging setting. She is also the "proud mom" of the 
department, treating her office door like a refrigerator and adorning 
it with the achievements of her students. 

ANy advice to future seNiors-- 

Scnior year has to be the single most exciting and frightening time 
ever. If vou blink, you might miss it. so take advantage of every 
opportunity and live it up. 




Jason L. Roach 

Music Education 




Lauren E. Romano 
Health Science 




Rebecca S. Roof 

Elementary Education 



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Emily S. Ross Christopher A. Rothermel Constanza M. Russo Peter T. Ruth 

Elementary Education Business Administration Psychobiology & History & Political Science 

Psychology 




Leslie S. Sabas 

Elementary Education 



Caren E. Sabol 
Psychology 



Holly E. Sallade 
Health Science 



Stephen M. Sanchez 

Chemistry 




Brittany M. Sanders 
Elementary Education 



Lauren B. Sanford 
Digital Communications 



Jason E. Scala 
Health Science 



Anthony J. Scales 

Psychology 



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Robert Scales 
Sociology 







Christine A. Schairer 
Criminal Justice 



Jennifer L. Schwalm Albert W. Semler 

Digital Communications Music Recording Tech 




Amanda L. Semon 
Health Science 



Stacey A. Sheffer 
Elementary Education 



Tighe C. Sheldon 
Music Recording Tech 



Carissa L. Shobe 
Psychology 




Lois C. Shupp 
Digital Communications, 
Art & Art History 



Daniel S. Siegel 
Accounting 



Jennifer L. Slakoper 

Psychobiology 



AUison M. Smith 
Psychology 



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ticme. 



Wiat vds your mosI ivieiviorable LVC ivioivieNt- 

I have a lot of these, but I don t think I'll ever forget playing 

juniprope with a slinky in the basement of Vickroy m}' sophomore 



Wiere do you see yourself in 5 ' 1 years- 

I'm not really sure, but hopefully I will still be 
history, at a museum or historic site. 




Morgan E. Stambaugh 

Music Recording Tech & 
Music 



Wiere was your favorite haNqout-- 

Dehnitely MJ s. They have really good smoothies, and playing cards 

with Iriends in the summer was alwavs fun 

Wio was your favorite professor a^cl why- 

1 like all the art/art history professors and history professors I've 
had. but Professor Schweigert is one of my favorites, fie's so 
knowledgeable and passionate about the topics he teaches. I really 
enjoyed the courses I took with him, plus he's really easy to talk to 
outside of class. 



ANy advice to future seNiors- 



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Wiere do you see yourself im 5 ' 1 years-- 

Hopefully in five years, I will have developed a suc( 
career and traveled around the world. 

Wiere ^as your favorite haNgout-- 

Anywhere with friends, my apartment or the gym. 





Wio vas your favorite professor au\ vhy-- 

I don't have one favorite professor because in some way each 
professor that I have had has helped or motivated me in some 
way to work hard and always put forth my best effort. 

Wnat is your favorite part of caivipuy 

The Arnold Sports Center because I have spent a lot of my 
time at the gym and running around the track for practice. 
Plus for me, working out has always been a time to relax and 
relieve any stress. 




ANy advice to future seNiors.^- 

Work hard, take advantage of all opportunities, and enjoy life 
at the Valley. 



Joseph A. Stolarick 
Music Recording Tech 



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Emily M. Stouffer 
Health Science 



Christine J. Tash 
Music Education & Music 



Beth P. TempHn 

Elementary Education 




Sarah A. Thompson 
Elementary Education 



Anthony J. TuHo Kevin L. Uhland Jr. Bradley R. Umberger 

Elementary Education Health Science & Psychology Accounting 




Evelyn E. linger 
Biology 



Joshua Van Brakle 
Environmental Economics 

& Policy 



Erica Van Der Knokke Benjamin S. Wagner 
Elementary Education English 



Seniors 



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Jennifer L. Wagner 
Elementary Education 



Matthew S. Walters 
Business Administration & 
Accounting 



Kristen M. Wasileski 
Elementary Education 



David Weaver 
Actuarial Science 




Diana L. Weeks 
Music Business 



Brett F. Weidman 
History 



Jennifer L. Wert 

Business Administration 



Lauren E. White 
Elementary Education 




Jared A. Wilkerson 
Computer Science & 
German 



Krista M. Wisner 
Psychobiology & Psychology 



Robert C. Woemer 
Chemistry 



Lauren E. Woodring 

History & Political Science 



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Seniors 







Meghann K. Wright 
Music Education & Music 




Travis Yeagley 
Psychobiology 




Andrew M. Young 
Biology 



Vo^^iei "^le^ael 




Wiat is vour MOst ivieiviorable l.VC iviONeNt/ 

My most memorable LVC moments have to be some of the debates I 
got into with both students and professors. 1 enjoyed the i-espectful 
exchange ol' viewpoints and the open environment fostered by the 
college. 

Mere do you see yourself im 5 ■ 1 years-- 

in 5-10 years, i hope to be a CFA in my father's accounting firm 
and doing crop and cattle farming on the side. 1 would think a 
iami!\' would be in I he picture as well. 

Mere vas your favorite haNqotit- 

My favorite during my years at LVC was the library. Many hours 

of reading and studying were spent in that building.. .a few naps. 



Mo ^as your favorite professor a^id vhy- 

My favorite professor was Dr. Ed Sullivan. He taught me the 
subjects of inveslments and finance, areas in which I have a great 
deal of intci-est. In addition, he cares about the future of his 
students and does not shy away from teaching practical financial 
life lessons as well. 1 looked forward to every class period that I 
had with him. 



ANy advice to future seNiors- 

My advice to future seniors is the same advice my dad gave to me 
and by which 1 have lived my entire life: "^'ou can't always 
oulsmart'em, luit you can always outwork'ern." Although the 
grammar isn't litting for a college graduate, the idea is quite 
appropriate lor college and life in general. 



1 remember sitting at Opening Convocation, alter being in high 
school for four years which seemed like an eternity, now having 
the understanding that I would be in college for at least as long. 
I'm not sure why that was the first thing I thought of, but 1 do 
i-emember the moment very vividly. 

What was your Most eivibarassiNq LVC ivioiMeNt-' 

I once performed as an accompanist at a recital 1 had completely 
forgotten about. I just happened to be in the building while the 
recital was going on and realized that 1 was going to be a part of 
it. Luckily I wasn't dressed too poorly and it went very well. 
However, I made sure to mark every performance on my 
calendar from that point on. That could have been a complete 
disaster. 

Wiere do you see yourself in 5 ' 1 years.^ 

Hopefully having just finished up my doctorate and looking for a 
job as a college professor. 

Wiere was your favorite haNqout-' 

Believe it or not, the library. It's a great place to hang out. It's 
very rarely crowded, has plenty of tables and is nice and quiet. 
Every time I met to do a group project we ended up talking and 
hanging out for hours - long after we were finished on the 
project. 

Wio was your favorite professor aMd why- 

Dr. Day. in the physics department, is one of the most naturally 
gifted teachers 1 have ever met. Besides, how can you not enjoy 
the quirks of someone who has two Ph.D.s? If you haven't taken 
a class with him, you haven't really gotten the full LVC 
experience. 

ANy advice to future seNiors- 

Make sure j^ou take advantage of everylhing LVC has to offer 
before you leave. Take an extra class you do not need but are 
curious about. Sign materials out of the library to read just for 
fun. Hear some recitals and concerts. Look through the art 
gallery. Swim in the pool. Get the full experience - it's such a 
great place! 




Juliana L. Zanetti 
Digital Communications 




Sharon A. Zearfoss 
Music Education 



^ev<iD\r A/Jo^rcpifS? 



ACHIEVEMEnX SCHOLARSHIP AWARD IH 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Holly Andrews 
Anthony Beccone Jr. 
Caleb Zimmerman 

ANDREW BENDER MEMORIAL CHEMISTRY 

AWARD 

Kenneth Houser 

AWARD FOR PROFESSIONALISM AND 

COMMITMENT 

TO THE DISCIPLINE OF SOCIOLOGY 

Durrell Martin 



FINANCLU EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL 
AWARD, CENTRAL PA CHAPTER 
Daniel Siegel 

FRANCIS H. WILSON MEMORIAL BIOLOGY 

AWARD 

Elizabeth Potts 

GOVERNOR JAMES H. DUFF AWARD 
Rachel Moore 

JEAN O. LOVE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING 
ACHIEVEMENT IN PSCYHOLOGY 
Krista Wisner 



BAISH MEMORIAL HISTORY AWARD 
Jacqueline Hane 

B'NAI B'RITH HENRY LEVIN MEMORIAL 
AMERICANISM AWARD 
Durrell Martin 



M. CLAUDE ROSENBERRY MEMORIAL 

AWARD 

Damell Epps 

MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 
Michael Pence 



C.F. JOSEPH TOM SENIOR AWARD IN 

ECONOMICS 

Megan Zimmerman 



MUSIC TEACHERS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

AWARD 

Gregory Strohman 



COLLEGE WRITING AWARD 
Joshua Van Brakle 

DAHLBERG CHEMISTRY AWARD 
Jason Navin 

DAVID I. LASKY AWARD FOR SERVICE IN 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Kathryn Hewitt 

EDITH FRANTZ MILLS AWARD IN MUSIC 
Amber Ion 



OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN 

PHYSICS 

Daniel Pitonyak 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN ACTUARIAL 
SCIENCE AWARD 
Daniel Weaver 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN COMPUTER 
SCIENCE AWARD 
Jesse Spillane 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN MATHEMATICS 

AWARD 

Daniel Pitonyak 

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OUTSTAMDiriQ SENIOR OF DELTA ALPHA 


SIGMA ALPHA IOTA "COLLEGE HONOR" 


CHAPTER, SIGMA ALPHA IOTA AWARD 


AWARD 


Sharon Zearfoss 


Sharon Zearfoss 


OWEN A. MOE BIOCHEMISTRY AWARD 


SIGMA ALPHA IOTA SCHOLASTIC AWARD 


Julia Cupp 


Meghann Wright 


PEnriSYLVAIMIA INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED 


SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AWARD 


RESEARCH AWARD 


Christine Nickel 


Rachael Marion 




Kyle Spender 


PICKWELL MEMORL/VL MUSIC AWAfO) 




Michael Frock 


SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVAnL\ SECTION, 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY AWARD 


PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT'S 


Carrie KauITtnan 


LEADERSHIP AWARD 




Amanda Cole 


SPSEA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN 




TEACHING PERFORMANCE IN ELEMENTARY 


QUIl I APAHILLA AUDOBON SOCIETY AWARD 


EDUCATION 


Joshua Van Brakle 


Kristen Wasileski 


RHO ETA CAST OF ALPHA PSI OMEGA 


SPSEA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN 


RICHARD B. SALTZER MEMORIAL AWARD 


TEACHING PERFORMANCE IN MUSIC ED 


Z. Ellwood Brandt 


Ryan Morrow 


ROBERT S. DAVIDON AWARD FOR 


SPSEA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN 


RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY 


TEACHING PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY 


James Henrie 


EDUCATION 




Bridget Freiler 


SENIOR AWARD FOR ACADEMIC 




EXCELLENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 


SPSEA SERVICE AWARD 


Robert Scales III 


Kristen Wasileski 



SENIOR AWARD FOR ACADEMIC 
EXCELLENCE IN SOCIOLOGY 
Rachael Marion 

SENIOR PRIZE IN ENGLISH 
Abigail Eggert 



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Senior Awards 



TEUTONL\ VALLIS AWARD 
Meghan McCoy 

THE WM.L STREET JOURTiAL AWARD 
Daniel Siegel 

WILLL\M RAKOW MEMORL\L AWARD 
Matthew Walters 



The following seniors were named to Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities: 



Heidi Allison 
Holly Andrews 
Anthony Beccone Jr. 
Tristan Bostock 
Z. Elwood Brandt 
Alex Cain 
A. Blaine Carfagno 
Crystal Cascarino 
Amanda Cole 
Allison Conety 
Julia Cupp 
Matthew Dale 
Erin Dean 
Carissa Devine 
Allison Dolan 
Jeffrey Douglas 
Jessica Englert 
Meghan Ennis 
Darnell Epps 
Chad Fox 
Bridget Freiler 
Hannah Qinder 
Laura Qockley 
Kasey Grimes 
Mallory Hane 
James Henrie 
Kathryn Hewitt 
Molly Hoshour 
Kenneth Houser 
Carrie Kauffrnan 
Terry Kaufrnan 



Jessica Kender 
Shaun Kreider 
Amanda Kutchman 
Linden Lalley-Chareczko 
Kyran Laudeman 
Nicholas Leister 
T. Ryan Lucas 
Rachael Marion 
Durrell Martin 
Katelyn McKenzle 
Kathleen Meo 
Aaron Mill 
Jillian Miller 
Allison Moucheron 
Kristopher Musselman 
Jason riavin 
Christine nickel 
Ashley Omdorff 
Christine Pastula 
Daniel Pitonyak 
Chad Porter 
Elizabeth Potts 
John Pursel 
Megan Redcay 
Caren Sabol 
Brittany Sanders 
Alison Sands 
Robert Scales 
Stacey Sheffer 
Daniel Siegel 
Justin Simmons 



David Sodl Jr. 
Alisa Sterner 
Joseph Stolarick 
Gregory Strohman 
Evelyn Unger 
Matthew Walters 
David Weaver 
Krista Wlsner 
Caleb Zimmerman 
Megan Zimmerman 



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Monica Baebler 
Erica Beth Grumbine 
Shirley Kosakoski 



Shelley Railing 

Lori Elizabeth Richards 

nora Elizabeth Wenner 



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2007-08 Schedule 

Gettysburg 49-25 (L) 

Susquehanna 27-12 (W) 
Moravian 19-18 (L) 

Wilkes 29-22 (L) 

Delaware VaUey 49-13 (L) 



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Widener 

King's 

Albright 

FDU-Florham 

Lycoming 



20-13 (L) 
13-9 (W) 
27-20 (L) 
27-24 (W) 
28-14 (W) 






Head Coach: Jim Monos (15th season) 
Assistant Coaches: Guy Bennardo, Joe 
Buehler, Mark Costello, Mike Donghia, Matt 
Gross, Tom Killian, Tom McKee, Lou 
Omdorff, Vince Pantalone, Corey Wenger, 
Mike Wildasin, Jason Vollertsen 



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im Roster: Nic Shirey, Jason Gigous, Tim Ridewood, Jur'ey 
vlkes, Dane Eichelberger, Caleb Fick, Sean Donovan, Charles 
■ker, Kevin Godfrey, Trey Little, William Dixon, Michael 
mubay, Shane Specht, Brendan Riley, Justin Lee, Cruz 
innherz, Sean Blake, Matthew Harmon, Jeff Ochoa, Bryan 
anthavong, Andrew Shambach, Corey Guest, Steve Shamberger, 
!X Gilchrist, Garrett Slough, Michael Scott, Greg Drake, Bryan 
ich, Matthew Donley, Matthew Lillis, William Keylor, Andrew 
rst, Richard Korsak, Tim Greiner, Greg Byrd, Bradley Schott, Jon 
irkey, Bruno lozzo, Kyle Sylvester, Andrew Norton, Brian Cottone, 
ler Graham, Bryn Duffield, Chadd Comp, Steven Mann, Michael 
ugelista, Clinton Surgeoner, Ray Orio, Jason Sneeringer, Robert 
mgelista, John Szigethy, Trevor Goodman, Anthony Pezzella, 
ivis Fales, Daryl Buck, Justin Ackley, Michael Lamberton, Adam 
tz, Alex Hess, Lou Struniewski, Andrew Scott, Sean Tetreault, TJ 
jvarelli, Tyler Veverka, Mark Browne, Anthony Smoker, Clinton 
Gaffer, Pete Moro, Mike Withington, Scott Klein, Ed Tobin, 
ichael Schoch, Joseph Brennan, Nate Petry, Adam Shilling, MiUer 
ckovich, Chris Reph, Brittany Ryan, Kevin Pirring, Daniel 
Bona, Robert Kucherich, Zach Bleiler, Andrew Brandt 



FIND A WAY 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 

After starting the 2007 campaign mth a 
1-5 mark, the Flying Dutchmen were able 
to rebound and win three of the remaining 
four games in the regular season, finishing 
the year with an overall 4-6 record. In 
Week Two of the season and victory 
number one, Lebanon Valley College 
defeated Susquehanna University by a final 
score of 27-12. As the final whistle blew on 
that hot and humid afternoon, starting 
sophomore tailback Charlie Parker carried 
the football 29 times and rushed for 196 
yards, averaging 6.8 yards a carry. On the 
career day, Parker's feat surpassed the 
performance by Dave Holland '05, who 
rushed for 187 yards in a single game. For 
the season, he posted 241 carries 
(single-season record) while rushing for 
1,105 yards, which is also a single-season 
record, breaking the old mark set by Ken 
Wilson '89 of 1,103 yards. 
At legendary Arnold Field on November 
17th, which was the season finale and 
Senior Day, LVC wide receiver and 
starting punter Adam Brossman finished 
his brilliant and superb career at the 
Valley. Brossman, on the afternoon, hauled 
in five catches for 80 yards and punted the 
football five times for 174 yards, while 
launching a 57-yard bomb. For his career, 
he goes down as one of the best all-around 
athletes at LVC, posting 207 receptions, 
3,619 yards, and 42 touchdowns in a 
four-year span. Parker, on the day, scored 
four touchdowns, which ties a single-game 
performance. Freshman Brittany Ryan, the 
only female to ever step foot on the 
gridiron for Lebanon Valley College, 
knocked down 8-of-9 extra points as she 
saw her first action on October 27 in a 
road game at Albright. Her first kick 
sailed straight through the uprights.On 
defense, Russ DeStefano finished his final 
year in the blue and white with seven 
interceptions, which was second best in the 
Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) and 
his 150 yards off interception returns 
placed him first in the MAC. He recorded 
two interceptions in the final game against 
Lycoming. 




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Beast Em Up 

By Shaun Kreider '08 

For the second time in as many years, the 
LVC field hockey team found themselves 
in the NCAA Division III Semifinals. The 
Dutchmen got there by way of a perfect 
19-0 regular season and a hard-fought 
playoff run, Bowdoin College, the eventual 
national champions, ended the Valley's run 
when they defeated LVC 1-0 in the Final 
Four, held at Ursinus College. If one game 
could encapsulate the entire season it 
would be the Oct. 17th contest against 
Messiah College. For years, the 
Dutchmen had been foiled by their 
conference rivals, until finally besting the 
Falcons in last year's Commonwealth 
Conference Championship game. This 
season, the Valley traveled to Grantham 
and made a statement, winning the game 
4-2. Throughout the year, awards 
abounded for LVC. Over the course of the 
regular season, the Valley accumulated 
eight Commonwealth Conference weekly 
awards. In the postseason, the Valley 
cleaned up in the CC Awards, placing 
seniors Mimi SulUivan and Chelsea Byers, 
junior Alex Wolfe, and sophomore Caitlin 
Baro on the All-Commonwealth 
Conference First Team, as senior Shauna 
Enck, junior Amber Corcoran and 
sophomores Avery Carter and Nicole 
Bomberger landed on the 
All-Commonwealth Conference Second 
Team. In addition to the all-star awards, 
Sullivan took down Commonwealth 
Conference Player of the Year honors, 
freshman Shelly Lobach earned Rookie of 
the Year honors. Sullivan and Wolfe were 
also named All-Americans by the 
NFHCA. LVC ended their fine season 
with a 21-2 overall record and a 4-0 record 
in the conference. 




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Team Roster: Katie Moll, Mimi Sullivan, Shauna Enck, Christine 
Schairer, Samantha Shober, Rachel Pantalone, Sarah Bevans, Lauren 
Seidenstricker, Kelley Brehm, Shelly Lobach, Krista Freitag, Erika 
Peter, Martita Bowersox, Allison Bicher, Danielle Blase, Emma 
Taylor, Alyssa Stine, Alex Wolfe, Amber Corcoran, Marisa Maxwell, 
Avery Carter, Chelsea Byers, Nicole Caruso, Jenna McNamee, 
Nicole Bomberger, Nancy Callaghan, CaitUn Baro 

Head Coach: Laurel Martin 

Assistant Coaches: Sarah Dietrich, Alicia Arnold, Erica CreU, Lisa 

Vannoy, Otto Steffers 




2007-08 Schedule 







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Mary Washington 

Alvemia 

Lynchburg 

FDU-Florham 

Dickinson 

Gettysburg 

Susquehanna 

DeSales 

Scranton 

F&M 

ViUa Juhe 

Gwynedd-Mercy 

York 

William Smith 

Messiah 



Widener 
Albright 

Philadelphia Bible 
Elizabethtown 5-2 (W) 
Juniata 6-0 (W) 



4-1 (W) 
3-0 (W) 
6-4 (W) 
2-1 (W) 
1-0 (W) 
6-2 (W) 
2-1 (W) 
5-1 (W) 
4-2 (W) 
5-1 (W) 
2-0 (W) 
6-1 (W) 
9-0 (W) 
8-0 (W) 
4-2 (W) \ 
4-2 (W) 
1-3 (L) 
7-0 (W) 
5-1 (W) 
6-1 (W) 




Bowdoin 



1-0 (L) 







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2007-08 Schedule 



4-1 
3-1 

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3-2 
5-1 
1-0 
1^0 
3-2 
2-1 
3-2 
4-1 
2-0 
1-1 
5-0 
9-2 
2-2 
2-1 



King's 

Scranton 

Ursinus 

Lake Erie 

Muskingum 

Delaware Valley 

Goucher 

Moravian 

DeSales 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Misericordia 

Albright 

McDaniel 

Elizabethtown 

Rutgers-Camden 

Widener 

Lycoming 






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Did you know? 
Senior Dan 
Pityonak, who 

anchored the 
Dutchmen 
defense, held 
opponents to only 
40 goals in 1 8 
games. 



ream Roster: Andrew Raudensky, Matt Wischerth, Tim Mehl, 
)avid Dundore, AJ Hull, Joe Kopchick, Brian Reinhardt, Andrew 
ones, Adam Myers, Zach Barkus, Dave Sodl, Mark Johnson, Adam 
ichies, Ben Wagner, Chris Rothermel, Brad Decker, Jared Fisher, 
rodd Miller, Richard Chesney, King Saah, Travis Steedle, Morgan 
Arouse, Dan Pitonyak 

aead Coach: Charlie Grimes (3rd season) 
Vssistant Coaches: Chris Colletti, J.T. Liss 




Running Down 
A Dream 



By Ryan Zvorsky 09 

The 2007 season for the men's soccer team 
started off with a bang, winning six of their 
first eight games. However, in the final 1 
regular season contests, the Dutchmen were 
only able to muster two ties, finishing the 
season with an overall record of 6-10-2. In 
conference play, LVC was unable to tally a 
victory in the win column, posting a 0-4-1 
record. Starting the season 3-0 on the road is 
impressive but outscoring their opponents by 
an 1 1-2 margin was even better. Freshman 
forward King Saah during the winning streak 
tallied four goals and an assist as seniors Zach 
Barkus and Ben Wagner chipped in 
offensively, as Barkus found the back of the 
net once and Wagner added two goals. Barkus 
also gathered three assists in the victories over 
King's College, the University of Scranton, 
and Ursinus College. On the season, Saah led 
the offense, scoring seven goals and adding 
two assists. He recorded 1 6 points in his 1 6 
games played while putting home three game 
winners. Barkus finished second on the team 
in points as he recorded 1 3 points on four 
goals and five assists. In the home opener at 
Herbert Field on September 1 3 hosting 
Delaware Valley College, the Valley scored 
three in the first period en route to a 5-1 
victory. Seniors Chris Rothermel, Mark 
Johnson, Dan Pitonyak, Wagner, and 
sophomore Mark Johnson scored Dutchmen 
goals on the day. Sophomore Travis Steedle 
was the other player posting a double-digit 
scoring output during the 2007 campaign, 
reaching 10 points on four goals and two 
assists in his 1 8 games played. Between the 
pipes, junior starting goaltender Tim Mehl 
turned in a solid season for Lebanon Valley. In 
his 15 games started and 18 games played, 
Mehl accumulated 1432 minutes, allowing 
only 30 goals as he carded a 1 .89 goals against 
average mark. He stopped 8 1 shots and held a 
.730 save percentage as he concluded the 
season with a 6-9-2 overall record and two 
shutouts. 



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KICKING IT UP 
A NOTCH! 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 

After starting the 2007 season with an 
0-3 record, the Lebanon Valley College 
women's soccer team reeled off 10 
victories in the final 15 regular season 
contests, posting an overall 10-8-1 record 
and a Commonwealth Conference mark of 
2-4, After three consecutive 1-0 defeats, 
the Dutchmen were able to string 
together a six-game winning streak, 
which lasted over two weeks. In the 
second win of the season as LVC hosted 
the Aggies of Delaware Valley College, 
the Valley was able to show the home 
crowd at Herbert Field (2001 STMA 
College Field of the Year) something 
special. In overtime, junior Jenny 
DiMauro ripped a shot that hit off the 
goalkeeper and sailed into the cage at the 
94:00 minute mark that led the 
Dutchmen to the 2-1 victory. For the 
season, DiMauro led the squad with 14 
points on six goals and two assists. She 
also tied for the team lead with two 
game-winning goals while starting in all 
18 games. In the first conference game of 
the season, the Dutchmen proved to be 
too much for archrival Albright College 
as LVC defeated the Lions by a final 
score of 2-0 on October 16 at Herbert 
Field. Goals tallied by junior Emily 
Bainbridge and freshman Lauren King 
were enough to give junior goalkeeper 
Erika Ely enough breathing room. 
Bainbridge was tied for third on the team 
in goals with four and third in points with 
nine. She started in all 17 games for 
Lebanon Valley. King, in 10 games 
played, scored four goals and posted eight 
points. Ely, in her nearly 1500 minutes 
between the pipes, allowed only 17 goals 
during the season, giving her a .844 save 
percentage. She was able to notch an 
8-6-1 overall record, including seven 
shutouts. In the playoff-clinching game, 
the Dutchmen took care of business, 
defeating Lycoming 2-0 on October 27. 
Goals by junior Erin McGarvey and 
sophomore Dana Thomsen sealed the 
deal for the fourth seed in the 
Commonwealth Conference playoffs. 



Did you know? 
Senior Kristen 
Mauser was named 
to the 

All-Commonwealth 
Conference Second 
Team. 




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Team Roster: Erika Ely, Emily Bainbridge, Jennifer DiMaur 
Dana Mahoney, Kathleen Persak, Megan Kiliti, Christine 
Eraser, Abbie Kennedy, Yvonne Mohr, Dana Thomsen, Elle 
Adams, Kaitlin Miller, Donna Geiger, Elyse Kirkhoff, Laure 
King, Julie Vonhauser, Kristen Mauser, Lauren Throne, Kyi 
Zeisloft, Kristen Hoover, Erin McGarvey 

Head Coach: Lauren Frankford (4th season) 
Assistant Coach: Jess Conrad, Brian Stanilla 



2007-08 Schedule 

Misericordia 1-0 

F&M 1-0 

Wilkes 1-0 

Gettysburg 1 -0 

Delaware Valley 2-1 

Kean 2-1 
Penn State-Altoona 2-0 

Susquehanna 1-0 

McDaniel 1-0 

DeSales 2-1 
Penn State-Hbg. 4^^-l 

Ursinus 1-0 

Moravian 0-0 

Elizabethtown 3-2 

Albright 2-0 

Messiah 5-0 

Widener 2-1 

Lycoming 2-0 

Messiah 4-0 




Did you know? 
Senior Kathleen 
Persak (23) 
anchored a 
defense who 
surrendered only 
18 goals in 2007. 



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2007-08 Schedule 

■ SUNY-Brockport L 9-1 

^ SUNY-Cortland L 6-3 
Elmira CollegeJ^P^ 4-2 

\ Hobart CoUege L 7-2 

SUNY-Morrisville L 5-2 

SUNY-MorrisviUe W 4-2 

,Utica CoUege ,,^,.., L 2-1 

Manhattanville '^'^^'^ L 10-2 

Neumann College L 8-2 

Neumann College L 1 4-6 

: BufMo State College L4-1 

Buffalo State College L 3-2 

SUNY-Cortland L 6-1 ^ 

Becker College L 3-2 

Becker College T 1-1 
Elmira College ^\^^ 

Elmira College L^ 1 

Neumann CoUege L 6-2 

^^^ Hobart CoUege L 8-0 

* Hobart CoUege L 5-1 

ManhattanvUle L 8-1 

ManhattanvUle L 10-0 

SUNY-Geneseo L 4-2 

; Utica CoUege LI 1-2 

; Utica College L 12-0 





Did you know? 
Senior Rob Scales 
scored six goals and 
recorded 1 8 assists 
for a total of 24 
points in 98 games 
played in a 
Dutchmen uniform. 




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!am Roster: Kelly Curl, Anthony Scales, E.J. Smith, EH 
Lcchinei, Pete Rossi, Andrew Murphy, Jimmy Black, 
ly Nicks, Nick Averona, Sean Wilson, Anthony Ventura, 
Dcky Romanella, Spiros Anastas, Cohn Thompson, Bert 
alloy. Brad Surdam, Nick Harris, Jarred Prey, Robbie 
arshall, Rob Scales, Casey Mignone, Anthony Longo, 
3rey Lamoureaux, JeffBaum, Aaron Miller, Rich Drazin 

ead Coach: Ted Russell (1st season) 

ssistant Coaches: Neil Trout, Mitch Lamoureux 



The Mighty 
Dutchmen 



By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
Under first-year Head Coach Ted 
Russell, the ice hockey team finished 
the 2007-2008 campaign with an overall 
1-21-1 record and an 0-15 mark in the 
ECAC West. On the year, four 
Dutchmen posted double-digit scoring 
totals, as senior Jarred Frey, sophomore 
Casey Mignone, and freshmen Ray 
Nicks, Anthony Ventura, and Brad 
Surdam completed the feat. Frey, who 
posted a team-best seven goals on the 
season, added three assists for a total of 
10 points. Mignone, Nicks, Ventura, 
and Surdam all tied for the team lead in 
points on the year with 11. Each 
member of the three-headed freshmen 
class tallied four goals and seven assists 
on the season as Mignone was able to 
find the back of the net five times with 
six assists. In addition, Nicks recorded 
three power-play goals in 2007-2008. In 
the lone victory on November 10 hosting 
SUNY-Morrisville at the Hersheypark 
Arena, the Valley netted three in the 
first period and one in the second, never 
looking back, winning 4-2. Ventura and 
Frey got LVC on the scoreboard at 
13:15 and 14:14 as junior Nick Harris 
converted on his second goal of the year, 
this one a shorthanded goal for Lebanon 
Valley. In the second period, junior Bert 
Malloy, one of the captains of the squad, 
scored an unassisted goal at the 15:47 
mark to make the score 4-0 Dutchmen. 
Sophomore starting goaltender Aaron 
Miller stopped 42 shots on the 
afternoon en route to the win. 



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Perry's Pack 



By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
After starting the 2007 season with a 
6-2 record, the Lebanon Valley College 
women's volleyball team finished its 
campaign with a 22-10 overall record 
and a 4-1 mark in the Commonwealth 
Conference. During one stretch in the 
year, the Dutchmen were able to win 
14 of 19 matches. After going 11-6, the 
squad hosted Lycoming College to kick 
off the conference schedule on 
September 26 at the LVC Gymnasium. 
Lebanon Valley won the match 3-0 as 
they shut down the Warriors by final 
scores of 30-21, 30-13, and 30-13. 
Junior Margaret Prebula tallied 13 
kills during all three matches as 
freshmen Emily Hopkins and Joelle 
Snyder each posted 11 kills in the 
three matches. Senior Jill Miller 
recorded 15 digs in the three-match 
sweep. On October 31, LVC hosted 
their bitter archrival Messiah College 
to the LVC Gymnasium in the 
conference semifinals, defeating the 
Falcons 3-2. Sophomore Whitney 
Myers led the Dutchmen with 25 kills 
in the five-match set as Prebula, 
Snyder, and freshman Jess Raber 
chipped in with 34 combined kills in 
the victory. Miller and sophomore 
Christa Vrabel led the team with 23 
and 22 digs respectively. Raber and 
freshman Emily Perkins aided in the 
victory with 18 and 16 digs. 
Unfortunately, the Dutchmen fell to 
conference foe Elizabethtown College 
3-0 in the Commonwealth Conference 
Championship and to Washington and 
Jefferson College 3-2 in the ECAC 
South Tournament first-round match. 
On the season, Prebula led the way 
with 1,128 total attacks as Miller and 
junior Brandi Roth had 437 and 431 
total digs. 



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Did you know? Senior Jill 
Miller, junior Margaret 
Prebula, and freshman 
Joelle Snyder earned spots 
on the All-Commonwealth 
Conference teams. In 
addition, Snyder was 
named Rookie of the Year. 



Did you know? Head Coach Wayn 
Perry holds a .598 all-time winning 
percentage, maintaining an overall; 
389-262 career mark. 










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Team Roster: Erin Yost, Jill Miller, Christa Vrabel, Carielys 
Lozano, Jess Render, Michelle Little, Joelle Snyder, Lisa 
Slata, Emily Hopkins, Jess Raber, Margaret Prebula, Emily 
Perkins, Whitney Meyers, Brandi Roth 

Head Coach: Wayne Perry (21st season) 
Assistant Coaches: Diana Perry, John Swift 



2007-08 Schedule 




Skidmore 


3-1 (W) 


Nazareth 


3-1 (L) 


Baptist Bible 


3-1 (W) 


Rochester 


3-1 (W) 


York 


3-0 (L) 


St. Mary's 


3-1 fW) 


Rand.-Macon 


3-0 (W) 


Ursinus 


3-0 (W) 


York 


3-1 (L) 


Haverford 


3-0 (L) 


York 


3-2 (Vj 


Moravian 


3-2 (L| 


Alvernia 


3-0(^^f 


Marietta 


3-2 (W) 


VA-WesleyanJ 


|B 3-0 (W) 


Albright ^ 


rW 3-0 (W) 


York 


3-0 (L) 


Lycoming 


3-0 (W) 


Albright 


3-0 (W) 


Dickinson 


3-2 (W) 


Frostburg State 


3-1 (W) 


Baptist Bible 


3-0 (W) 


Elizabethtown 


3-2 (L) 


D'Youville 


3-0 (W) 


Keuka i 
Messiah m 


3-0 (W) 

p'^T-o (W) 


Widener 


^ 3-0 (W) 


Scranton 


3-2 (L) 


Gallaudet 


3-0 (W) 


Messiah 


3-2 (W) 


Elizabethtown 


3-0(L) 


Wash. & Jefferson 3-2 (L) 



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2007-08 Schedule 

Neumann 

Lycoming 

Susquehanna 

Wilkes 

Messiah 

Juniata 

Goucher 

Albright 

Ehzabethtown 

King's 

Penn State-Hbg. 

Eastern 

Gettysburg 

Malone 

Greensboro 

Dubuque 

Tri-State 

Scranton 

York 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Elizabethtown 



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9-0 


(W) 


9-0 


(W) 


8-1 


(W) 


7-2 


(L) 


9-0 


(W) 


8-1 


(W) 


9-0 


(W) 


9-0 


(W) 


5-4 


(L) 


8-1 


(W) 


9-0 


(W) 


9-0 


(W) 


7-2 


(L) 


6-3 


(W) 


7-2 


(W) 


8-1 


(W) 


7-2 


(W) 


6-3 


(W) 


7-2 


(W) 


8-1 


(W) 


4-1 


(W) 


5-0 


(L) 



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Did you know? Juniors Kelly Moll 
and Sara Wagner carded double-digit 
win totals in singles play, with Moll 
going 12-4 and Wagner 14-2. 




earn Roster: Caitlin Bedford, Morgan Brady, Samantha 
iurkey, Nicole Chwastiak, Kim DeLone, Jessica Ferlenda, 
latie Freeman, Sarahi Grodzinski, Shayna Heintzelman, 
ftcole Interdonato, Kelly Moll, Charissa Nordall, Leslie 
labas, Sara Wagner, Jan White 

lead Coach: Cliff Myers (1 4th season) 
Lssistant Coach: Joy Graeff 
Volunteer Coach: Dave Remsburg 



Record-Setting 
Season 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
After starting the 2007-2008 season 
during the fall with a 10-2 record, the 
women's tennis team steamroUed in the 
remaining 10 matches of the season, 
going 8-2 during the spring and 
finishing the year 18-4, an all-time best. 
During the record-breaking campaign, 
the Dutchmen posted a 3-1 conference 
mark, defeating rivals Lycoming 
College, Messiah College, and Albright 
College. On the September 15 home 
opener at the LVC Tennis Courts, 
Lebanon Valley earned a 9-0 win over 
Lycoming, as all six flights in singles 
play and all three flights in doubles play 
were victorious. Senior Leslie Sabas, 
playing in the second flight in singles 
play, defeated Rebecca Reynolds, 6-1, 
6-1. Sophomore Sarah Grodzinski, 
earning the first flight in singles play, 
rolled to a 6-2, 6-1 win against Amiee 
Snyder. On the season in singles play, 
Sabas finished with a 19-2 overall 
record and an 18-2 mark in the second 
flight. Grodzinski also turned in an 
excellent season, receiving a 16-3 overall 
record in the first flight of singles play. 
On October 20 and 21, the Dutchmen 
brought home two titles as they 
competed in the MASCAC Individual 
Championships. On the year, 
Heintzelman finished with a 16-4 record 
while the duo of Moll and Nordall were 
able to go 6-1. After eight consecutive 
victories, including four on the spring 
break trip to Hilton Head, S.C, and one 
against Messiah in the Commonwealth 
Conference Semifinals, the Dutchmen 
tangled with Elizabethtown in the 
Commonwealth Conference 
Championship on April 20, 
unfortunately falling 0-5. 



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Playoff Fever 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
After falling in the first two 
Commonwealth Conference contests of the 
season, the men's basketball team was 
victorious in five of the final eight regular 
season games against conference foes, 
earning an overall 11-15 mark in the 
2007-08 campaign while clinching a 
playoff spot. As the Dutchmen ended 
January with a disappointing 7-11 record, 
the Valley played solid in the month of 
February, posting a 5-4 record. In the final 
three regular season games, LVC swept 
the schedule as the squad defeated 
Elizabethtown and Messiah in nail-biting 
fashion at home and went on the road to 
defeat conference leader Lycoming. On 
Hot Dog Frank Day and Senior Day as the 
Blue Jays came to town, junior Dan Hodge 
stole the show as he recorded his 
second-best performance of the year with 
25 points, drilling 7-of-12 from the field, 
including 5-of-7 from downtown. He 
finished the game in the final two minutes 
with two shots from beyond the arc to ice 
the contest 78-70.On the year, Hodge led 
his team in scoring in eight games as he 
finished the season in the two-guard role 
averaging 11.9 points per game and 63 
assists in 710 total minutes from the 
hardwood. While hosting the Falcons with 
all playoff hopes riding on the game, junior 
Dustin Kerns allowed his team to play 
another day, while scoring the go-ahead 
bucket with just 2.3 seconds left on the 
clock and defeating Lebanon Valley's 
arch-nemesis Messiah College 68-65. 
Junior Kyle Enoch started the magical 
play, as he came down with a defensive 
rebound, passed the basketball off to 
Hodge who airmailed the ball downcourt 
into the hands of Kerns who took it to the 
rack, kissed the ball off the glass, and 
celebrated his biggest shot of the season. 
Enoch led the Dutchmen on the season in 
many categories: 12.6 points, 2.7 assists, 
1.9 steals, 36.4 minutes, 2.2 three-pointers, 
and 4.5 field goals made per game in all 26 
starts. After defeating the Warriors on the 
road 72-68 and earning a playoff birth as 
the number four seed in the conference 
tournament, LVC unfortunately fell to 
Lycoming four days later in the first round 
by a final score of 71-56. 



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Did you know? 
Senior Peter Ruth 
(31) led the team 
with a .601 shooting 
percentage. 




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Team Roster: Zach Kebetz, Zachary Hoover, Dustin 
Kerns, Anthony Trautman, Matt Staub, Matt Walters, 
Kyle Enoch, Dan Hodge, Grant Becker, Dan Olsheski, 
Eric Humphrey, Peter Ruth, James Shinn, Dan 
Dunkelberger 

Head Coach: Brad McAlester (14th season) 
Assistant Coaches: Lenny Stanziano, Scott Mailen, 
Terry Barlet 



2007-08 Schedule 




York (N.Y.) 
Brockport 
F&M 
rUrsinus 
pfvernia 
FDU-Florhara 
Delaware Valley 
Moravian 
King's 
Hood 

Richard Stockton 
Neumann 
Arcadia 
Wilkes 
Cortland St. ,^ 
Messiah 
Albright 
Widener 
Eiizabethtown 
Lycoming 
Albright 
Widener 
Eiizabethtown 
Messiah 
l^jcoming 
Wcomini 






57-56 (L) 
85-78 (L) 
69-66 (W) 
81-59 (L) 
80-64 (L) 
75-66 (W) 
84-47 (W) 
67-60 (L) 
79-68 (W) 
62-57 (L) 
72-50 (L).. 
70-65 (\^ 
70-66 (4 
59-47 (W) 
62-58 (L) 
63-54 (L) 
73-54 (L) 
78-63 (W) 
70-63 (W) 
79-75 (L) 
77-62 (L) 
58-44 (L) 
78-70 (W) 
68-65 (W) 
72-68 (W) 
71-56 (L) 








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Wash. & Jeff. 

Pitt-Greensburg 

Dickinson 

Messiah 



Albright 

Lycoming 

Elizabethtown 

Widener 

Trinity 

Rosemont 

Hood 

Washington 

Keystone 

F&M 

Misericordia 

Rowan 

Wilkes 

Arcadia 

Meredith 

JohnJay 

McDaniel 

Keuka 

Brooklyn 



78-70 (L) 
65-55 (W) 
67-50 (W) 
54-47 (L) 
74-57 (L) 
66-42 (L) 
74-60 (W) 
73-61 (L) 
75-65 (L) 
68-55 (W) 
76-75 (W) 
83-57 (W) 
76-68 (W) 
58-48 (W) 
72-65 (W) 
87-53 (W) 
70-33 (W) 
63-31 (W) 
68-46 (W) 
79-47 (W) 
84-74 (W) 
53-50 (W) 
68-62 (W) 
69-60 (W) 
92-61 (W) 
76-59 (W) 
79-21 (W) 
59-57 (W) 
53-36 (W) 
79-40 (W) 



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Team Roster: Andrea Hoover, Cassie Moore, Shelly 
.obach, Donna Geiger, Megan Bish, Amie Bickert, Suzie 
Joyes, Eryn Schultz, Jill Ryba, Jenna Gambino, Lori 
Jdlow, Mindy Bennett 

[ead Coach: Todd Goclowski (2nd season) 
[Assistant Coaches: Steph Sutton, Min-Leigh Myers, 
Hal Templin 



A Season To 
Remember 



By Ryan Zvorsky '09 | 

While finishing the season with a 24-6 | 

overall record and a 6-4 conference record, 1 

LVC proved to be the most improved team 

in NCAA Division III history, turning a 

7-17 program around into one of the finest | 

in the country. With four fi-eshmen getting | 

the nod in the starting five for the | 

2007-2008 campaign, the squad of 12 I 

improved their record from a year ago by 14 | 

games. The Dutchmen started the season on | 

a tear, reeling off 14 consecutive wins. On | 

February 5, LVC hosted Lycoming for a | 

Commonwealth Conference showdown. It J 

was a nail-biting 76-75 overtime victory for 3 

the women in the blue and white. For the | 

game, junior forward Megan Bish turned in | 

an all-around outstanding performance, | 

posting a double-double in her 30 minutes | 

off the bench. She finished the game with | 

26 points on 9-of^l4 shooting and knocked j 

down 6-of^7 from the line. In addition, she | 

grabbed 11 boards and canned two | 

three-pointers, with the final 22-foot trey | 

going in with just 1 1 seconds on the clock. I 

Bish finished the season fourth on the team i 

with 8.5 points per game in 30 games | 

played. With a 20-4 regular season, LVC j 

was awarded the third seed in the | 

conference playoffs, traveling to Albright j 

College for the first round on February 27. 

After being snubbed of an NCAA playoff j 

birth, the Dutchmen were given an ECAC | 

South Tournament bid as they took the ^ 

number three seed. After 67-50 and 65-55 j 

victories over Dickinson College on March | 

5 and Pitt Greensburg on March 8, LVC i 

ultimately fell in the championship game to J 

Washington and Jefferson on March 9 by a 1 

final score of 78-70. In game one, freshman | 

guard Lori Lidlow led Lebanon Valley with | 

13 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the floor I 

in addition to her seven boards in 31 I 

minutes of action. Bish led the team in game j 

two with 20 points off the bench as she ^ 

converted on 6-o^9 from the floor, drilled ^ 

3-o^4 from downtown, and sank 5-of-6 from s 

the charity stripe. Lidlow was Lebanon | 

Valley's leading scorer with 13.9 points per | 

game. | 



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Off To the 
Races 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Under Head Coach Al Moten, the LVC 
cross country team turned in a strong 2007 
campaign. On Sept. 8, the squad hosted 
the LVC Invitational at Memorial Lake 
State Park at Fort Indiantown Gap, which 
was one of the better finishes for the 
Dutchmen. On the afternoon, the men 
placed fourth out of 10 teams and the 
women finished fifth of nine teams, giving 
the men 98 total points and the women 121 
total points. For the 8,050-meter 
competition, senior Kyle Himmelreich 
carded an outstanding performance, 
turning in a fifth-place finish with a time of 
28:30:00. Other notablecompetitiors for 
the Valley who turned in solid 
performances were freshman Brad 
Sweigart, placing eighth and sophomore 
Guillermo Munoz finishing in 19th place. 
In the 108-man field, Sweigart and Munoz 
hit the finish line with times of 28:44:94 
and 29:32:39 respectively. The women 
were able to match the men, as junior 
Sarah Abbott earned a top-10 finish, 
ending the race in ninth place with a time 
of 21:25:74 in the 5,100-meter course. 
Freshman sensation Jenn Cronin recorded 
a 19th-place finish, ending with a time of 
21:58:31 in the 88-woman field. A week 
later, at the Baptist Bible College 
Invitational on Sept. 15, Himmelreich and 
Abbott were outstanding, as he won the 
110-man event with a time of 27:38:06 as 
she taUied third place in 20:30:91. 
Sweigart and Munoz placed in the top 10 
as junior Chris Bauer earned a spot in the 
top 20. Cronin culminated the event in 
eighth place as seniors Brittany Duke and 
Allison Conety rounded out the top 20. 



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Men's Team: Jeff Anderson, Chris Bauer, Kyle Himmelreich, 
Israel Lucena, Guillermo Munoz, Kyle Romain, Joseph 
Sheehy, Brad Sweigart, Kyle Ward, Nick Wardle 

Women's Team: Sarah Abbott, Jessica Bui, Allison Conety, 
Caitlin CrofFord, Jeim Cronin, Carissa Devine, Tracey 
Fortugno, Amanda Knapp, Sarah Morasco, Yesenia Santiago 

Head Coach: Tye Leonzo 



2007-08 Schedule 

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LVC Invitational 



Baptist Bible 



Misericordi 




Belmont Classic 



DeSales 



Elizabethtown 



7th of 15 (W) 
4th of 10 (M>, 
5th of 9 (W) 
2nd of 1 2 (M),. 
2nd of 1 2 (W) 
6th of 8 (M) 
8th of 9 (W) 
4th of 20 (M) 
5th of 16 (W) 
7th of 20 (M) 
14th of 23 (W) 
7thof 19(M) 
1 2th of 16 (W) 
4th of 10 (M) 
8th of 1 1(W) 




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Albright "^BB 


7^102 (L) 


Ursinus BR 


1 1 1-89 (W) 


Susquehanna 


76-106 (L) 


Drew 


124-78 (W) 


Elizabethtown 


100-103 (L) 


Cabrini 


136-63 (W) 


Ocean Countw^ 


1 139-47 (W) 


Lycoming -^ 


l|i-142(L) 


Arcadia 


Sf7-72(L) 


Widener 


74-119 (L) 


FDU-Florham 


1 1 1-85 (W) 


WOMEN 


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King's 


128-53 (W) 


Albright 


i|88-93(L)i 


Ursinus 


%5-116(lA 


Susquehanna, 


79-96 (L)l 


Drew 


71-131 (J 


EUzabethtown 


89-102 (L)' 


Millersville 


74-1 19 (L) 


Cabrini 


79-126 (L) 


Ocean County 


121-75 (W) 


Lycoming 


91-156 (L) 


Arcadia 


108-77 (W) 


Widener 


96-101 (L) 


FDU-Florham 


118-71 (W) 



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^en's Team: Patrick Barry, Scott Beesley, Tristan Bostock, 
effrey Bush, Kevin Carney, Sean Deffley, Jeffrey Dresely, David 
jardner, Andy Goetz, Greg Kauffman, Miles Mosher, Bradley 
D'Connell, Johnny Schoenberger, Tony Shipkowski, Kevin 
Jhland, Kyle Wagman, Jared Wilkerson, Brett Wimmer, Daniel 
iVolford, Nick Zlupko 

Women's Team: Kiera Anderson, Ally Birli, Jill Brader, Alyse 
Canciello, CaitUn Crofford, Lauren Davis, Rebecca Edwards, 
JuUe Enders, HiUary Forsythe, Aimee Heckman, Lauren Horst, 
/\llison Hunt, Jordan Jacobs, Laurel Klappholz, Kelly 
Kohlmaier, Stephanie Mannon, Amy Miceli, Jen Murphy, Lisa 
Niethamer, Ashten O'Brien, Megan Risser, Hope Roaten, 
Christina Schreiner, Kelsey Shoup, Allison Sweigart, Melanie 
Tober, Lonnie Wagner, Meghann Wright, Crystal Zakszeski 

Head Coach: Mary Gardner (11th season) 
Assistant Coach: Jim Gardner 



Waiting to 
Exhale 

By Laurel Klappholz '10 
The Lebanon Valley College men's and 
women's swimming teams achieved 
success at the team and individual levels 
in the 2007-08 season. Under the 
leadership from senior captains Jared 
Wilkerson and Dan Wolford, each 
athlete helped motivate the men's team 
to a winning 7-5 season. Junior Kevin 
Carney, sophomore Johnny 
Schoenberger, and freshmen Tony 
Shipkowski and Jeff Bush aided the 
men. Many records were broken in 
2007-08, including Carney's three feats, 
which shattered his previous records. 
Carney, Bush, Schoenberger, and junior 
Greg Kauffman in addition to freshman 
Dan Thomas were all members of the 
record-breaking relays. Several records 
were also broken on the women's team, 
which concluded their season with a 4-9 
overall record. Senior captains Jill 
Brader and Allison Sweigart led the 
women. Other notable athletes turning 
in outstanding seasons were junior 
Lauren Horst, sophomore Lisa 
Niethamer, and freshmen Ashten 
O'Brien and Ally Birli. Birli broke nine 
individual records while O'Brien broke 
two individual records. Niethamer also 
broke one individual record with 
Sweigart, Horst, Niethamer, O'Brien, 
and Birli members of the 
record-breaking relays. LVC ended the 
season by competing at the MAC 
Championships on February 8-10. Both 
squads placed sixth overall out of nine 
total teams. 



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Cronin & 
Company 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 

The 2007-08 LVC indoor and outdoor 
track and field team set many 
accomplishments during their campaigns.. 
As the host of the LVC Invitational at 
Arnold Sports Center on Jan. 26, LVC 
showed many bright spots, as freshman 
Andrew Scott was able to place first in the 
shot put event with a distance of 45-2,5. 
Two other competitors carded second-place 
finishes, as freshman Andy Tamez 
pole-vaulted, hitting a height of 13-6 and 
junior Amanda Knapp high-jumped with a 
distance of 4-8 with a triple jump of 31-6 
3/4. Freshman standout Jenn Cronin 
shined at the DeSchriver Invitational held 
at East Stroudsburg University on Feb. 2. 
During her day, Cronin was able to 
compete against athletes in Division I, 
Division II, and other Division III 
institutions. In the 3,000-meter and mile 
run, she posted times of 10:58:66 and 
5:25:79 both Dutchmen records. On Feb. 
9, LVC was able to bring home three 
first-place finishes at Widener University 
Invitational. Senior Kevin Uhland, 
sophomore Josh Light, and Tamez were 
victorious in the triple jump, 55-meter 
dash, and the pole vault. Senior Andrew 
Young showed off a second place finish in 
the high jump, as Knapp continued her 
strong season with three second-place 
performances in the high jump, long jump 
and triple jump. For the outdoor track and 
field team, the MAC Championships on 
May 2 and 3 gave the team nine medals in 
total, compiling one gold, two silver, and 
six bronze awards. Freshman Zach Bleiler 
captured a gold medal and silver medal in 
the hammer throw and discus throw. 
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Men's Team: Jeffrey Anderson, Christopher Avey, 
Christopher Bauer, Zachary Bleiler, Joseph Brennan, Eldin 
Brodlic, Tyler Cisarik, Christopher Clements, Marcus 
Cushnie, Adam Devine, Ellas Galen, Kyle Himmelreich, 
Justin Hutchinson, Zachary Kansler, Michael Landshof, E. 
Justin Lee, Joshua Light, Israel Lucena, Joseph Nestico, 
Andrew Scott, Thomas Smith, Clinton Surgeoner, Salvador 
Tamaz, Kevin Uhland, Nathaniel Yinger, Andrew Young 

Women's Team: Sarah Abbott, Emily Allison, Heidi Allison, 
Ashley Collins, Jennifer Cronin, Amanda Cubbage, Brittany 
Dukeman, Kaitlin Evison, Tracey Fortugno, Danielle 
Gemmill, Christina Gunn, Bettina Heinsohn, Lauren 
Johnson, Amanda Knapp, Erika Maury, Jennifer Reilly, 
Yesenia Santiago, Ashley Weaver, Porscha Williams, Amy 
Willow 

Head Coach: Al Moten 

Assistant Coaches: Tye Leonzo, Liz Townsend, Robert 

Kreider, Richard Shaw 




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Senior Brittany Dukeman, juniors Chris Bauer and 
Emily Allison, sophomore Tyler Ciserik and freshmen 
Clint Surgeoner and Ashley Weaver also delivered 
medals for the Dutchmen. At the ECACs on May 15 
and 16, Cronin broke the LVC record in the 
5,000-meter event, finishing seventh with a time of 
18:21:55, moving past Kelly Stewart's record set back 
in 2000. 



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2008 Schedule 



Ffostburg State 
Lancaster Bible 

Dickinson 
Ursinus 
Kutztown 
Juniata 

Messiah 



Keuka 

Millersville 
Elizabethtown 



Susquehanna 
Albright 



F&M 

Alvernia 

McDaniel 

Widener 



1-4 (L) 
4-2 (W) 
16-0 (W) 
2-1 (W) 
9-2 (W) 
0-13 (L) 
0-7 (L) 
1-6 (L) 
0-14 (L) 
4-7 (L) 
1-14 (L) 
9-2 (W) 
3-1 (W) 
6-16 (L) 
11-13(1) 
5-7 (L) 
3-7 (L) 
12-11 (W) 
1-18 (L) 
3-6 (L) 
4-6 (L) 
9-12 (L) 
15-14 (W) 
2-9 (L) 
0-11 (L) 
1-4 (L) 



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Did you know? For his career, senior 
John Mentzer hit .354, as he recorded 
180 hits and 509 at-bats, which are 
both LVC records. 



Head Coach Keith 
Evans on Mentzer's 
feat: "To break the 
record like he did is 
special. He is a 
tremendous 
ballplayer and he 
deserves this." 




earn Roster: Joe Kopchick, Grant Wiest, Ryan Bostdorf, Nick 
["aria, Brandon Thompson, Paul Earle, Bert Malloy, Dennis Morgan, 
[trandon Stoothoff, Shane Specht, Travis Smart, Caleb Pick, Josh 
/luscalus, Corey Lamoureux, Mike Snyder, Andrew Hobbins, John 
4entzer, Matt Kline, Brent Ruminski, Devin Schneider, Nate 
Jlough, Jake Becker, Mark Mehalko, Joe Soupik, Andrew Pipkin, 
■late Heinly, Charley Khne, Brent Nankerville, Tim Wolle 

lead Coach: Keith Evans (5th season) 

assistant Coaches: Dave Fortna, Robert Rudolph, Joe Shiner 



Boys of Spring 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
While the LVC baseball team was 
victorious in their first two outings of the 
2008 season with victories over Juniata 
and Kenyon, the squad struggled during 
the rest of the season, posting an overall 
11-25 record and a 1-11 mark in 
conference play. During the month of 
March, the Dutchmen were able to string 
together four consecutive victories, 
defeating Lancaster Bible College, 
Dickinson and Ursinus. Going into the 
final game of the season, LVC was given 
the chance to enter the Commonwealth 
Conference four-team playoff bracket, but 
ultimately fell to Widener University by a 
final score of 6-5. On the year, the Valley 
offense was led by senior second baseman 
John Mentzer, who started in all 36 
contests, posting a .388 batting average. In 
the 2008 campaign, the hot-hitting 
Mentzer went 52-for-134 at the dish, 
lacing 10 doubles, three homeruns, and 34 
RBIs. Junior Joe Soupik placed second on 
the team in batting average, recording a 
.364 average (32-for-88) with three 
homeruns and 21 RBIs. As the starting 
first baseman, Soupik carded a sizzling 
.984 fielding percentage, only committing 
four errors at the hot corner, tallying 236 
putouts. Senior third baseman Corey 
Lamoureux also turned in a solid season, 
batting .282 with 35 hits, 19 RBIs, and 39 
total bases. Lamoureux also led the team 
with six stolen bases. On the mound, 
senior Andrew Pipkin led the Dutchmen 
with a 3-1 record in 15 appearances. On 
the year, the southpaw posted a 6.00 ERA, 
allowing 18 earned runs in 27 innings 
pitched. Junior southpaw Nick Faria 
ended 2008 with a 3-3 overall mark with 
an 8.35 ERA. Faria, in his 10 appearances, 
fanned 19 batters in 36.2 innings pitched. 



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Conference 
Champs! 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 
After starting the season 3-4 on their 
annual spring break trip, the LVC 
Softball team concluded the regular 
season with a 24-9 record and a 9-1 
conference record. In the 
Commonwealth Conference playoffs, the 
Dutchmen defeated Elizabethtown and 
Messiah by final scores of 9-0 to reach 
the championship game, squaring off 
against the Blue Jays for the second 
time in as many days. At one point 
during the season, LVC reeled off an 
18-2 record, riding two eight-game 
winning streaks. This accomplishment 
revealed the endurance and strength of 
the squad, but the Commonwealth 
Conference Championship showed fans 
what this team is really made of. The 
group of 16 fought back in the home half 
of the seventh, defeating the Blue Jays 
in a 4-3 come-from-behind Valley 
victory. The Lebanon Valley offense 
produced five hits in the first six innings 
of the contest, as Elizabethtown scored 
their only three runs of the game on a 
three-run homer in the fifth off of 
freshman phenom Laura Snyder. Snyder 
earned her 14th victory in her seven 
solid innings of work, fanning 11 Blue 
Jays. 



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Softball 




Did you know? Seniors 
Lauren Sanford and Jess 
Salisbury hit .333 and 
.327 respectively. 
Sanford recorded a .529 
on-base percentage from 
the leadoff position as 
Salisbury slammed five 
home runs in the cleanup 
spot in the lineup. 
Sophomore third 
baseman Allie Davies 
posted a .337 average at 
the plate with 17RBIs. 
The team collectively hit 
.302 with a .422 slugging 
percentage. 




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Team Roster: Lauren Sanford, Kristen Uhas, Caitlin Keller, 

Laura Snyder, Chelsea Artz, Janey Kozlowski, Jess Salisbury, 

Val Malizzia, Amy Weist, Allix Sanders, Katie Freeman, 

Katie DeJulio, Linley Eberhart, Meghan Donoghue, Marisa 

Krause, Allie Davies 

Head Coach: Stacey Hollinger (10th season) 

Assistant Coaches: Ralph Carfagno, Ed Spittle, Gene Wright 



Juniata 



Ursinus 




2008 Schedule 

1-5 (L) 
4-3 (W) 
2-1 (W) 
2-0 (W) 
0-1 (L) 
2-1 (W) 
10-3 (W) 
6-5 (W) 
3-0 (W) 
8-3 (W) 
8-0 (W) 
11-1 (W) 
2-0 (W) 
3-4 (L) 
7-0 (W) 
3-2 (W) 
4-0 (W) 
4-3 (W) 
9-3 (W) 
11-1 (W) 
9-0 (W) 
ll-O(W) 
2-3 (L) 
0-1 (L) 
3-1 (W) 
2-0 (W) 



Did you know? 
Freshmen Laura 
Snyder and Val 
Malizzia combined 
to go 25-7 with a 
1.41 ERA in 208 
innings of work. 



Did you know? Sophomore first 
baseman Kristen Uhas led the 
Dutchmen offensively with a .436 
batting average and 34 RBIS. At the hot 
comer, she recorded 205 putouts. 



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Did you know? The 
Dutchmen's lowest 
team score of the 
season came at the 
Elizabethtown Blue 
Jay Classic when 
they shot a 324 on 
April 10, tying for 
eighth place. 




earn Roster: Alex Bardman, Anthony Calvario, Kelly Curl, 
iharlie Fisher, Steve Garby, Ben Graeff, Nick Karnbach, 
ike Krajnik, Casey Mignone, Greg Newman, Matt Snyder 

ead Coach: Lou Sorrentino (19th season) 
ssistant Coach: Brad McAlester 



Hitting the Links 

By Ryan Zvorsky '09 

The 2007-2008 men's golf team turned 
in a solid campaign under 19th-year 
Head Coach Lou Sorrentino. The 
Dutchmen turned in their best effort of 
the year on their home course at the 
Lebanon Country Club at the LVC 
Invitational on April 7, placing third out 
of 21 squads. On the par-72, 6,564-yard 
course, freshman Robbie Marshall 
notched a five-over, 77, to finish third 
overall while sophomore Steve Garby 
carded an 82, placing him in a tie for 
17th place in the 107-man field. For the 
tournament, Marshall, Garby, and 
juniors Anthony Calvario, Mike 
Krajnik, and Charlie Fisher combined 
for a final score of 330. Lebanon Valley 
tallied another third-place finish during 
2007-2008 at the Messiah College 
Falcon Classic on April 23. On the day, 
LVC finished two strokes behind the 
Falcons for first place, but two 
Dutchmen posted top-10 performances 
for the tournament. At the Blue Ridge 
Country Club, Garby shot a seven-over, 
79, to place second and Calvario posted 
a 10-over, 82, to notch a tie for eighth 
place. For the season, Krajnik and 
Fisher averaged rounds of 84.1 and 86.4 
in 13 and 14 rounds of golf respectively. 
Calvario averaged an 87.9 in his 11 
rounds on the links. 




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Cliff's Clan 

By Ryan Zvorsky' 09 
While four LVC men's tennis players 
were able to earn 10 or more wins during 
the 2007-2008 campaign, the squad was 
able to reach a 13-8 overall mark, going 
,500 in the conference at 2-2. The team 
marched off on the right foot in their 
season and home opener at the LVC 
Tennis Courts on September 15, 
defeating Susquehanna University, 7-2. 
In flights one and two in singles play, 
sophomore Matt Grodzinski and junior 
Jared Zeigler were able to record 
victories, winning 6-3, 6-2 and 6-3, 11-9. 
Freshman Tom Neckelmann and 
sophomore Jonathan Gingrich also were 
victorious on the afternoon, clinching 
6-0, 6-3 and 6-3, 6-4 wins. Zeigler and 
Neckelmann paired up in the first flight 
of doubles play, defeating Todd Adams 
and Will Mellor in style, 8-3. Starting 
on March 3 at Eastern University and 
culminating on April 19 against 
Elizabethtown College, LVC generated a 
winning spurt, collecting eight 
consecutive victories. After defeating 
Lycoming College 9-0 at home and 
Albright College 9-0 on the road, the 
Valley hooked up with the Blue Jays of 
Elizabethtown, knocking them off in the 
Commonwealth Conference playoffs, 
5-4. In the most exciting match of the 
day, Grodzinski outlasted Brok Walker 
in four sets during flight-one action, 0-6, 
6-2, 7-6, and 10-3. Similar to the 
women's team, the men's team advanced 
to the Commonwealth Conference 
Championship, unfortunately falling 
0-5. 



Did you know? Sophomore 
Matt Grodzinski earned a spot 
on the All-Commonwealth 
Conference First Team as junior 
Jared Zeigler and freshmen 
Tom Neckelmann and Brad 
Sweigart earned spots on the 
All-Commonwealth Conference 
Second Team. 



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Golf 




Team Roster: Jonathan Gingrich, Matt Grodzinski, 
Matt Hotchkiss, Andrew Levin, Tom Neckelmann, 
Phil Rhodes, Brad Sweigart, Jared Zeigler 

Head Coach: Cliff Myers (14th season) 



2007-2008 

Susquehanna 

Wilkes 

Juniata 

Gettysburg 

Dubuque Umv. 

Grand Rapids CC 

Lynchburg Coll. 

Marvwood 

Neumann 

Penn State- 

EUzabethtown 

Messiah 

Eastern Ulliv 

Lycammg 

Albright Collegi, 

Arcadia 

Ahcmia 

Moravian 

Eli7dbethtown 

Messiali 

King's 



Schedule 




7-2 (W) 
8-1 (L) 
8-1 (W) 
9-0 (L) 
6-3 (L) 
6-3 (L) 
8-1 (W) 
8-1 (L) 
7-2 (W) 
7-2 (W) 
5-4 (L) 
8-1 (L) 
8-1 (W) 
9-0 (W) 
9-0 (W) 
7-2 (W) 
9-0 (W) 
5-4 (W) 
5-4 (W) 
5-0 (L) 
5-4 (W) 



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Spirit 

2007-08 Winter 
Cheerleading Roster 

Kristen Brelje j, 
Danielle Cowdell 
Christina Gunn 

Jaclyn Kain 

Jamie Latshaw 

Stephanie McKay 

Stacy Moser 

Tara Neiheiser 

Jillian Perry 

Sara Piasecki 

Megan Rizzardi 



2007 Fall 
Cheerleading Roster 

Stephanie Bratton 
Danielle Cowdell 
Michelle Cowdell 
Danielle Gemmill 
Brittany Cough 



Marissa Horan 
Spenser Jarret 
Sherae Jones 
Jacyin Kain 
Jamie Latshaw 
Catharine Laurenzo 
Stephanie McKay 
Megan Miller 
Stacy Moser 



Tara Neiheiser 
Molly Orenstein 
Sarah Orr 
Jillian Perry 
Sara Piasecki 
Megan Rizzardi 
Heidi Rudelitch 
Courtney 
Schwalm 
Alisha Showers 
Emily Villafane 



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Greek Life 



Section designed by Kristin Miller '10 
Page design byjili Brader '08 



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•Clio True" 

AftOUT 

Originating as the Clionian Literary Society, "Clio" becarri' 
the first sorority on campus in 1871. Now a social 
sorority, Clio focuses on guality over quantity and the 
value of friendship which comes from sisterhood and 
tradition. Clio's symbols include the owl, yellow rose, 
and olive branch. Clio participates and donates to Walk , 
for Life, Light the Wight, and the Ronald McDonald Hous| 



Left to Bight: Lindsay Crum, 
Emily Ingrain, Justine Klaassen, 
Emily Ingraliam, Heather 
Pryzhockl, Maura Whlffen, Danielle 
SmitlL, Diana Weeks, & Kristin 
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PUBPe&E: To create an environment that fosters the advancement of womanhood, and 
the growth and development of each member 

AftOUT 

The Theta Tau chapter promotes 
academic achievement, and has 
received various service and 
scholarship awards. Light the Wight 
Walk, Rock-A-Thon, The Breast Cancer 
Walk and volunteering at the Lebanon 
Valley Home are all examples of how 
Phi Sigs give back to the community. 




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Tlieta Tau Chapter: Seniors-Allison 
Dolan, Wioole Eberhardt, Wlcole Enman, 
Jennifer Lazarskl, Allison Mouoheron, 
and Amanda Semon, Juniors- Kendall 
Barbera, Amy Frint, Kelly MlnniX, Libty 



Shaw, and Casey Van Nest an 
Sophomores- Samantha Molr 
Jaqoquellne Murphy, and 
Sarah Strouse. 




"Be a Leader. Be a friend. Be of Service" 



PUBPOM. 



To develop leadership skills for 
future success, life-long friendships 
with people from all backgrounds, 
and a love of providing service to all 
humanity. 




Officers: 

Jennifer Gallagher - 2008 President 

Kyle Bourdon - 2007 2nd VP of 

Membership 

Theresa Morales - Treasurer 

Laura Stauffer - Secretary 

Jennifer Fontanez - 2008 1st VP of 

Service 

Brittney Liptrap - 3rd VP of Fellowship 

Emily Lyden - 2007 President 

Mary Auker - 2007 1st VP of Service 

Andrew Gannon - 2nd VP of Membership 



Members: 



AftOUT: 

Alpha Phi Omega, Nu Delta chapter, is 
a national co-ed service fraternity that 
promotes brotherhood through the 
principles of leadership, friendship 
and service on the Lebanon Valley 
Campus since the chapter's 
establishment in 1960. Some of the 
service projects the brothers have 
coordinated include: the blood drive 
for the Central Pennsylvania Blood 
Bank, APO Casino night, Annville Area 
Community Day, firetruck washing in 
Cleona, visiting residents at the 
Renova Center, raising awareness for 
children in Uganda through Displace 
Me, helping with the Humane Society, 
and participating in Relay for Life. 




Jennifer L. Gallagher, Kyle Bourdon, Emily Ross, Theresa Morales, Laura Stauffer, Jennifer 
Fontanez, Brittney Liptrap, Matthew Mumber, Emily Lyden, Mary Auker, Coni Russo, Andrew 
Cannon, John Endres, Niaomi Lugo, Jimmy Kroll, Mel Weidensaul, Kate Sullivan 




^hi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Iota Kappa Chapter, professional acting music fraternity. They are 
prominent on campus in Valentine's Day serenades and the annual Rover's American Music Recital. 



)fficers: 

!harlle Hopta - President 

'ony Marasco - VP/Music 

lobert Bell - VP/Fratemal Education Officer 

roc HeckmaxL - Secretary 

ilatthew Schaeffer - Treasurer 



Jared Zeigler - Warden/Chaplain/Parliamentarian 
Gregory Boccuti - Assistant Fraternal Education Officer 
. J.T. Pursel and Michael Kudrak - Projects Chairs 



Greek Life 



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Top Row: Andy Yurkonis, Alex Hess, Jamie Leibig, Kristopher Musselman, 
Bottom Row: Giang Nguyen and Stefan Moyer 




"Active, Self-relient, Trustwortliy" 

URfd^i: to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members 

mw^W T! -Plrst National Social Sorority on the campus, in 199S 
-TMs year we are celelirating our IStli Anniversary 

-National Philanthropies are Habitat for Humanity and the Pine Mountain Settlement School 
-The Gamma Tau Chapter is the only chapter in Alpha Sigma Tau to have family lines, with 
animals representing each 
-We sponsored a Pig Roast with TKE 

-We go trick-or-treating for canned goods for the Ronald McDonald House in Hershey, go to 
the Breast Cancer Walk, and particpate in Relay for Life every year 
-Our comhined GPA is above a 3.2 

Members: Carolyn AgnoH, Lauren White, Lauren Romano, Sarah Rish, Amy Miller, Kim Danfelt, 
Savannah Coombs, Jen Buehler, Tianna Heverling, Keirsten Hamilton, Ally Ortiz, Kelly Kohlmaier, 
Heidi Zeigler, & Kelly Danfelt 




Iota Phi Theta, a historically African- American social 
service fraternity, was founded at LVC in S003. The 
organization is dedicated to scholarship, leadership, 
citizenship, fidelity and brotherhood among men. 



Brothers: Jason Scala, Munyaradzi Jakazi, 
Jared Pitt, Kyle Sylvester 



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Greek Life 




"Love, Charity, and Esteem" 

"Uot for rank, wealth, or honor, hut for personal worth and character" 



AftOUT 



[■au Kappa Epsilon is an 
nternatlonal social fraternity 
'ounded on January 10, 1899 at 
Ilinois Weslyn University. Our 
'ive founders created this 
'raternity with, the means to 
nstill in young men three basic 
principles: Love, Charity, and 
Ssteem. Memhers are always 
selected using the same belief our 
'o\uiders had. Lebsinon Valley 
College's Rho Chi chapter of Tau 
Sappa Epsilon became a colony on 
Dctober 10, 1986. Since TKE has 
Deen on this campus, it has 
jontributed to the school, student 
3ody, and the surrounding 
3omin\inity with activities and 
3vents including: Buy-A-TKE, TKE 
Battle of the Bands, and selling 
rKE sausages during "Valley Fest. 
rhis year, the chapter celebrated 
Lts 20th Anniversary. 




In all, Rho Chi has initiated over two hundred brothers, with 
18 undergrad members currently active: Jeff Dressely, 
Christopher Schank, Danny Nowell, Kyle Wagman, Ryan 
Meier, Jeff Douglas, Corey Hall, Steven Kurtz, Collin 
Tanawath, Mark Thomas, JT Grob, Jesse Gallo, Andrew 
Sanderson, Jeff Bush, Wade Fattori, Zack Mason 




Gamma Sigma Sigma's Beta Chi chapter is a 
loving and diverse group of sisters who are all 
interested in service and helping others. They 
have been serving the LVC community since 
its founding in 1967. Gamma Sig participates 
in Relay for Life, Alex's Lemonade stands, 
AIDS Walk Philly, as well as many others. 

Members: Helen Balas, Laura Evelhoch, 
Brianna Brumbach, Lois Shupp, Ashley 
Orndorff, Amanda Goldstein, Erika Maury, 
Emily Berger, Kate Sereno, Katie Demario, 
Brittany Sanders, Jordan Jacobs, Abby Irwin, 
Amanda Zelazny, Allyssa Staboleski, Vanessa 
Stoudt, Julia Kenny, Eva Weese, Claire Styer, 
Jackie Kain, Chrlsti Garrison 



Officers: 

Lois Shupp -President 

Erika Maury - Vice President of Service 

Laura Evelhoch - Vice PResident of Pledging 

Brittany Sanders - Recording Secretary 

Emily Berger - Corresponding/Alumni Secretary 

Ashley Orndorff - Treasurer 

Jordan Jacobs - Financial Secretary 

Katie DeMario - Formal Chair 

Kate Sereno - Social Chair 

Kate Sereno/Ashley Orndorff - Greek Council Reps 



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Graduaiion 



Page designed by Jill Brader '08 



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COMMENCEMENT: 

n. a Be^innin^; origin; a 
ctitbrauon of 

tfte compfetion of a scfiooC 
or collect camse. 



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BaccaUiureaie: "Att of Tftis is Not M( 
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Commenceittent: "Anytking Impojirtaru 
l)r^ PhiCip BiUingsypTQfcssdr 
ofEingCi^a / 





Atma Mater 

Verse 1 

To Tfiee, dear Atma Mater 

This ringing song we raise) 

A song t^jat's fraught withgladnesS) 

A song thats jWCed with praise. 

We cannot help hut Cove Tfiee, 

Our hearts arefuiC and free) 

fidi yveii we know the debt we owe; 

To dear oidJLVC. 





Commencement 



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Messages 



BrittaNy JoNes 

To BrittaNy. our little girl 
Our pride is surpassed ONly by our love. 
You are a special gift f roivi God. 
Your FaMily 




Jolm Thomas Pursel III 

DearJT 

Congratulations on this 
exciting time in yoiir life. 
Everyone is so proud of you ■ 
all the great 

accomplishments you have 
made, the dreams you 
continue to make come true! 
We love you! 



Jennifer Lyn Slafeoper 

It's over! You can now go begin the life in the world that you have dreamed of and 
longed for. You have never ceased to amaze us in what you have encountered and 
conquered. Be proud of your accomplishments and yourself as we are. You have 
grown into a beautiful, caring, smart young woman that we are extremely proud of. 
We hope you will always find peace and happiness in your life and worfe. 
With all our love peanut! 
Mom, Dad and Jacqui 



Bnau LeveriMg 

You have Never tailed to iviake us proud. 
Your life has beeN special aNd 1tie future 
vill be ivore so. IVlay all your dreaivts have 
their vay EarNit. 



IVIOM 

Dad 
EriN 
Pat 
Max 



Jared 
DaNielle 
LiNC 
Alex 



Erica Van Der Knokke 

Erica, we have watched you grow into a beautiful, 
confident young lady. Words cannot describe the 
pride and love that we have in our hearts for you. 
You have accomplished so much and we know 
that as your future unfolds your life will be full of 
new and wonderful achievements. Remember all 
of the past, but live for today and the future, and 
always remember to live everyday with love, 
laughter and happiness. 
With All of Our Love, 
Mom 8c Dad 



iussell DeStefano 

L>ear Russell, 

^e have watched you grow through the 
i^ears and you have made us all so proud 
3f you and all your many 
iCCompUshments. There are more to 
:ome. Best of luck with whatever you 
:hoose to do. 

Love, 

Your Family 



Chad Porter 




Dear Chad, 

To have one successful son is great. To 
have two successful sons is a dream come 
true. We feel truly blessed. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Michael Harned 

Mike, 

You already have every 

characteristic necessary for 

success if you recognize, 

claim, develop and use 

them. 

(Quote by Zig Ziglarl 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



KoteCyn McKenzie 



my sweet katdyn... 

hext is tfte deepest seaet nobody knows 

(hert is tfte root of tfie root and ihtbudofthe bud and tRe sky of the sky of a. tree cdled 

lift: which grows higher ihan, tfte souC can fiope or mind cxm. hide) 

and ikis is tfte wonder timt's kzeping ihe stars apart 



i carry yom hexat (i cony it in my heart) 

ee aimmixigs 

iove you, . .so proud of you. . .Mom 



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Messages 



Jennifer Gallagher 

Congratulations, Jen! 

May you always touch the life of every 

child you teach in a special way. You 

have always made us very proud. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Dan ("05") 



Amanda Goldstein 

Mandy, 

Live the life you've imagined. 

Go confidently in the direction of 

your dreams. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Jason Roach. 

Well, you did it! Graduated from college! We 
are extremely proud of you and all that you 
have accomplished fo far in your life. May 
the music that is in your heart help you to 
achieve your goals in the future. 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 



AllisoN Theresa IVlary-JoaM MoucheroN 



Our QueeN Always, 
Now Schuylkill CouNlys 
As Well 



Our Scholar Always 
Now Schuylkill CouNlys 
As Well 



CoNgratulalioNs on your accoiv^lishivieNts- 

* GraduatioN - LVC 2008 

* Greater Pottsville Area WiNter CarNival, QueeN of Snows 2008 

* PleivieNtary TVIusic Teacher St. Clair EleivieNtary School 




Patrons: 

Charmalne and John Koch 

Scott and Betsy Wagner 

Ms. Karen L Mann 

Irish & Denny Blough 

James Bellizzi 

Kathy and Bob Meier 

"Thomas and Susan Wright 

David and Myra Snyder 

Kevin and Rel3ecca Dean 

William Hutchinson 



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Thank You... 

* To Ed Patrick Jr. of Taylor Publishing for outstanding customer service and guidance 
during each stage of yearbook production 

* To Mark Huff and the staff at DaVor Photography for their expertise with senior 
portraits, sports, commencement and capturing other campus events 

* To Jen Evans and Student Activities for their support and guidance 

* To Jayanne Haward and the Alumni Office for helping us communicate important 
information to seniors 

* To Tom Hamahan and Kelly Alsedek of College Relations for their assistance 

* To the Business Office staff for handling our finances 



Quittie Staff: 



Jill Brader 08, Student Life & Intro Page Design 

Amber Keeseman 11, Student Group Design/Editor 

Amanda Edgar 09, Student Life Design 

Kristin Miller 10, Greek Life Design/Editor 

Ryan Zvorsky 09, Sports Design/Editor /Writer 

Shaun Kreider '08, Sports Writer 

Heather Meier '09, Photography 

Bethany Radkiewicz 09, Photography 

Marj Beth Hower, adrisor 

The Quittapahilla is printed by Taylor Publishing Company using Studio Works, 
Senior portraits, sports photography, Valle>fest photos provided by Davor 
Photography. 



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