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QUITTAPAHILLA 2009 




LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 

FOUNDED IN 1866 

101 NORTH COLLEGE AVENUE 

ANNVILLE, PA 1 7003 

(717)867-6100 

WWW.LVC.EDU 



Photo By: Ben Waltz '11 



Volume 94 



In Memorium: 

George "Rinso" Marquette '48 



"Rinso and I 
went out to 
lunch every 
year before the 
season started. 
He only talked 
[about] the 
positives." - - 
Head Coach 
Brad McAl ester 



"The two key ingredients 
are a job you enjoy and a 
good spouse." — Rinso 



"You knew every game he 
would be sitting in his usual 
seat in the corner of the gym." 
-- Guard Kyle Enoch 09 



"Rinso was a very inspiring 
man. Before halftime and 
after every game he would 
stand up and give some word 
of encouragement. He was a 
great man of character." - - 
Guard Amie Bickert '09 



"With a long 
and hearty 
handshake, 
Rinso warmly 
welcomed me 
to the LVC 
community 
when I was 
hired in 
2006." - 
Head Coach 
Todd 
Goclowski 



By Steven Wisner '09 and Ryan Zvorsky '09 
Quotes reprinted in part from La Vie Collegienne 



Table of Contents 




Seniors 4 



Photos by Brandine Williams 
'12 and Heather Meier '09 
Designed by Brandine 
Williams '12 




Student Life 44 




Sports 82 



Qreek Week 2009 



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Greek Life 122 



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Graduation 128 




Messages 134 



HiMii 




Bethany Bushner, Katie Dejulio 
and Courtney Grimm 



Class of 2009 Seniors 




Rachel Duffy, Heather Meier, 

Andrea Dorhmann, 

Shelly Burkholder, and Emily Johns 



I Jeff Anderson 



Photo taken by Jen Buehler '09 

Q: What is the most important lesson you 

learned at LVC? 

A: The most important thing I learned at 

LVC was how to balance my time efficiently. 

When multiple exams stack up in a single 

week, it is imperative to be able to manage 

time accordingly to get everything done on 

time. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of LVC? 

A: My favorite memory would have to be 

staying up all night my junior year waiting 

for Dutchman Day. My whole house 

brought down our mattresses and blankets 

to make an enormous fort out of the lower 

floor of the house. We stayed up all night 

watching movies until it was time to get the 

t-shirts in the early morning. We all passed 

out sometime after lunch, but it was worth 

it. 

Q: What advice do you have for future 

seniors? 

A: Live it up. Senior year goes by very fast, 

especially the second semester. Your college 

years can be some of the best years of your 

life, so do everything you can to enjoy it. 




Rebecca D. Ache 
Art and Physics 



Rebekah F. Achor 
English 




Heather A. Aurand 

Sociology and 
American Studies 



Drew N. Autenrieth 

Digital 

Communications 




Justin J. Bartoszek Christopher T. Bauer 
Actuarial Science History and Art 

History 




Carolyn A. Agnoli 

Elementary 

Education 



Laura A. Allen 

Actuarial Science and 

Economics 



Emily G. Allison 
Health Science 



Jeffrey W. Anderson 
Psychology 




Emily E. Bainbridge 
Physical Therapy 



Ashley L. Beard 

Business 
Administration 



Nathaniel C. Bair 

Chemistry and 

Philosophy 



Kendall L. Barbera 
Music Education 



Steven R. Barrios 

Accounting and Business 

Administration 




Patricia L. Beavan 
Spanish 



Scott P. Beesley 

Historical 
Communications 



William M. Best II 
Computer Science 



trntmaUi 




Amie K. Bickert 

Elementary 

Education 



Caitlyn M. Biggs 
Music Education 



Andrew B. Bigler 

Accounting 

Business Administration 



Jennifer E. Bocian 
Music 



Rachel E. Bomberger 
Music Education 



Kiersten Boncore 
Criminal Justice 



Stephanie A. Blanda 

Mathematics 

Computer Science 




Jamie C. Booker 

Digital 

Comminations 




Adam A. Brashear 

Business 

Adminisration 



Kelly M. Brower 
Art Education 



Jennifer R. Buehler 

Business 

Administration 



Jessica J. Bui 
English 




Jonathan D. Blass 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Derek L. Bowman 
Biology 



Leah K. Boalich 

Actuarial Science 

Economics 




Jeremiah J. Boyer 
Computer Science 




Shelly M. Burkholder 
Psychology 



Bethany M. Bushner 

Elementary 

Education 



Kendall Barhera 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What will you miss most about LVC? 
A: The thing I will miss the most about 
LVC is the people. Not just the students, 
but also the professors and staff. I have 
come to appreciate so much from being at 
LVC and most of all, I have learned to 
appreciate all different kinds of people. I 
will miss all of the friends I have made these 
past four years terribly and I will definitely 
miss all of the professors who have been 
inspirational to me. 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: Finishing my senior recital was definitely 
my greatest accomplishment at LVC. I was 
never more proud of myself then when I 
walked out on the stage after I was done 
singing and saw a standing ovation. I was so 
happy that I had worked as hard as I did 
throughout the past four years in order to 
have that wonderful feeling! 
Q: What are your plans for the future? 
A: I plan on being a music educator in some 
fashion. I would ideally love to direct a high 
school choir, but I have a passion for music. 
So as long as Fm teaching music, I will be 
happy! 



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Savannah Coombs 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What will you miss most about LVC? 

A: The thing I will miss the most about LVC is 

the close-knit community with my friends and 

my professors. I will also miss the beautiful 

campus I fell in love with as a senior in high 

school. 

Q: Who was your favorite professor and why? 

A: My favorite professor is Mrs. Summers 

because she has always have been there for my 

since freshman year as an advisor, professor, 

and friend. She has allowed me to grow as a 

student and as a person. I know if I needed 

someone to talk to, she is always there with 

open arms. 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 

while at LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment while at LVC 

was getting Dean's List for three semesters and 

getting an A in student teaching. I honestly 

thought I would not see the day that I will 

graduate and achieved so much from the 

school I love. 




Thomas D. Busteed 
Music 



Karyn A. Camilo 

Chemistry 

Physics 




Hunter S. Chadeayne Richard J. Chesney 
Music Education Health Science 

Psychology 




Savannah A. Coombs 

Elementary 

Education 



Amber C. Corcoran 
Biology 



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Jeffrey A. Campbell Katherine E. Campbell 
Music Recording Spanish Education 

Technology 



Adena N. Comrey 

Elementary 

Education 



Adam S. Conrad 

Business 
Administration 



Kevin M. Carney 
English 




Matthew S. Conrad 

Business 

Administration 




Robert J. Celentano 
History 




Joseph R. Convery 
Psychology 




Christina A. Cosma 
Music Education 



Brian A. Cottone Jr. 
Pschology 



Danielle M. Cowdell 

Elementary 

Education 



Caitlin I. Crofford 
Biology 



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KimberlyJ. Danfelt 
Sociology 



Jacquelin M. DePue 
Music Education 



Andrea L. Dohrmann 
Elementary Education 



Mark W. Davidson 
Music Education 



Kathryn M. DeBlock Dwight A. Decker Jr. 
Psychology Political Science 

Philosophy 




Halid Dervisevic 

Health Science 

Psychology 



Krystal L. Devecchio 
Pschology 



Jennifer M. DiMauro 

Criminal Justice 

Spanish 




Sean C. Donovan 

Business 

Administration 



Jeffrey C. Dresely 

Religion 
Art & Art History 



Rachel Duffy 
Pschology 



12 




Steven J. Deitzler 
Psychology 



Kathleen M. Dejulio 

Elementary 

Education 




Troy R. DiRaddo Shandra M. Dohoney 
Music Recording Art Education 

Technology 




Jennifer M. Dunnick 

Biology 

Psychobiology 



Marci J. Ebur 
Sociology 



JeffDresely 



Photo taken by Jen Buehler '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment while attending 
Lebanon Valley College would have to be 
having my artwork displayed in the Art Gallery 
at the end of this semester. After a semester's 
worth of work on an exhibition having it be 
shown in the art galleiy means the world to 
me. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of LVC? 
A: Being on the Homecoming Court was 
something that was a really fun experience. I 
never would have thought that I would be on 
the court. I might not have won, but it was still 
fun to spend time with the rest of the court. It 
was a group of people who would probably 
have never come together. 
Q: What is the most important lesson you 
learned at LVC? 

A: I have learned to never forget who you are. 
After four years at LVC, I have strived to 
remain myself in lieu of all the changes that are 
going on around me. Remember who your 
friends are. College is about more than just the 
classes you attend, but it is the relationships 
that you have created as well as the people you 
have met. 



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Trevor Goodman 



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Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What groups/clubs/organizations/teams were 
you a part of at L VC and how did your 
involvement in those activities shape you as a 
person? 

A: I was part of the football team for all four 
years. It helped me to never accept defeat but to 
only challenge it. Also, to give it my all no matter 
how tired I am and to become a leader. 
Q: Who was your favorite professor and why? 
A: Dr. Setley because even though he never 
made things difficult for us, he always pushed us 
to make something good into something better. 
Q: What advice do you have for future seniors? 
A: Do not let it go by too fast. Cherish all the 
memories you make your final year. Challenge 
yourselves in the classroom to give that much 
more of an advantage when you are competing 
with others in starting your career. 




Amanda J. Edgar 

Elementary 

Education 



Mary E. Eldredge 
Psychology 




Richard E. Fennel Jr. 

Accounting 

Business Administration 



Lauren A. Ferrara 

Elementary 

Education 




Krista M. Freitag 

Psychology 

Sociology 



Amy R. Frint 

Elementary 

Education 



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Lauren C. Erkoboni 

Elementary 

Education 



Stacey M. Eyler 
Health Science 



Krysta N. Feister 

Biotechnology 

Business 



Clair D. Felpel 
Biology 




Bethany M. Finney 

Elementary 

Education 



Charles R. Fisher 

Elementary 

Education 



Jennifer N. Fontanez 
English 



Elizabeth A. Fortna 

Business 

Administration 




Michael T. Frock 
Music Education 



EliasJ. Galan 

Physics 

Political Science 



David M. Gardner 

History 

Elementary 

Education 



Trevor L. Goodman 

Business 

Administration 



15 



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Brent D. Gregory 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Nathan D. Grim 
Music Education 



Courtney L. Grimm 

Elementary 

Education 



Justene A. Guldin 

Elementary 

Education 




Keirsten N. Hamilton 
English 



Carl A. Handwerk 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Megan B. Haneman 
Music Education 



David L. Hawk 
Art History 




Derek D. Helwig 

Digital 
Communications 



Kelly F. Henderson 

Elementary 

Education 



Stephanie J. Henrich 
German 



Chanda D. Herman 

Elementary 

Education 



16 




Christina A. Gumble 

Elementary 

Education 



Matthew J. Haines 

Business Administration 

Economics 




David A. Heckard 
Criminal Justice 



Jocelyn A. Heckman 
Music Education 




Whitney E. High 
Music Education 



Paul G. Hilbert 
Economics 



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David Gardner 



Photo owned by David Gardner '09 

Q: What is the most important lesson you 

learned at LVC? 

A: Don't doubt yourself. You can accomplish 

great things if you trust in who you are. At 

the same time, though, listen to what others, 

including peers, professors, and mentors, 

have to say. No matter what it seems like, 

nobody has all of the answers; we're all here 

to help each other along the way. And do 

NOT stress out if things don't go according 

to plan — the fun of college is that it is a step 

in the journey. I guess that's three lessons I 

learned. 

Q: What advice do you have for future 

seniors? 

A: Instead of worrying about the uncertainty 

in your future, enjoy your last year and take 

in everything — the sights, the sounds, and 

especially friendships. If you worry, your last 

year will be sad instead of happy. You don't 

have to worry — LVC gives you all the tools 

necessary to succeed, and then some. 

Q: Who was your favorite professor and 

why? 

A: Dr. Anderman. She helped me find my 

passion for art again. And how can you not 

love her English accent? 



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Laura Holder 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment at LVC was 
successfully completing my student teaching 
experience. I was so nervous to be in 
complete control of a classroom full of 
students, but I found it was something that 
came naturally and was something that I 
enjoyed! It was during my student teaching 
experience that I knew for sure I had picked 
the 1 ight career path and the right college to 
support me. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of LVC? 
A: My favorite memory of LVC is when my 
friends and I danced on stage with Everclear 
during ValleyFest of our sophomore year. I 
thought it was so cool that a well-known 
band would invite us on stage and treat us as 
if we were a part of their band. I felt like a 
rockstar! 

Q: Who was your favorite professor and 
why? 

A: My favorite professor was Dr. Yingling. 
She always made class so interesting and fun 
and I am positive that I will be using the 
information she presented in my future as a 
teacher. She is very easy to talk to and 
would always try her best to help you. 




Jessica M. Hildehrand 
Music Education 



Matthew J. Hooker 
History 




Lauren E. Horst 
Health Science 



Joseph R. Hribick 
Health Science 




Elizabeth A. Julian 
English 
French 



ZacharyJ. Kansler 
Political Science 




Brittany D. Hodge 

Business 

Administration 



Laura E. Holder 

Elementary 

Education 



Daniel G. Hoover 

Digital 
Communications 



Bradley D. Hoppes 

Business 

Administration 




Eric M. Humphrey Spenser L. Jarret 

Computer Science Digital Communications 

Art & Art History 



Maria N. Jeannette 
English 



Emily E. Johns 

Accounting 

Spanish 




Nidiolas R. Kambach 
Biology 



Gregory A. Kauffinan 

International Business 

Administration 



Melissa A. Kayes 
Psychology 



Brynne A. Keeley 

Health Science 

Spanish 



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ECV 




Jillian M. Keller 

Digital Communications 

Art and Art History 



Dustin A. Kerns Elizabeth F. Kissinger Timothy P. Kissinger 

International Business Sociology Political Science 

Accounting 




Michael A. Krajnik 
Accounting 



Patrick E. Krumenacker 
Political Science 



Michael A. Kudrak 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Justin M. Langan 
Accounting 



Vincent M. Laspina 
Music Business 



Matthew B. Lesdiinski 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Steven M. Kurtz 
Political Science 




Heidi L. Lesher 
Sociology 



20 




Sara L. Klopfer 
Spanish 



Amanda A. Knapp 

Psychology 

Criminal Justice 




Gary Lam 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 



Michael J. Lamberton 

Business 

Administration 




Andrew I. Levin 

Actuarial Science 

Economics 



Sarah J. Linde 
Music Education 



Zachary Kansler 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 

while at LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment was being a 

Legislative Fellow at the Pennsylvania House of 

Representatives for the fall 2008 semester and 

presenting my legislation. 

Q: What groups/clubs/organizations/teams 

were you a part of at LVC and how did your 

involvement in those activities shape you as a 

person? 

A: LVC Track and Field: It taught me to be a 

team member and a leader. 

Q: What are your plans for the future? 

A: To attend Albany Law School, focus on 

international law, and to some day work for the 

State Department or to work for a 

multinational corporation. 



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Kristen Mauser 



Photo taken by Jen Buehler '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment while at 
LVC is making Dean's List and the National 
All- Academic Team. My academics are very 
important to me and I feel very 
accomplished that I was able to juggle my 
social life, sports, and academics all at once. 
Q: What advice do you have for future 
seniors? 

A: My advice would be to cherish every 
moment. Leaving LVC for me is 
bittersweet. I am ready to move on with my 
life and start the next chapter, but at the 
same time I do not want college to end. 
These are the best four years of your life - 
make the most out of it and don't take 
school work too seriously. The work never 
ends, but college does. 
Q: What are your plans for the future? 
A; My plan for the future is to find a job in 
the education field. I am passionate in 
working with young children and fascinated 
with behaviors and mental health. I would 
love to someday teach internationally with 
kids who do not have the sufficient 
resources. 




Israel Lucena 

Accounting 

Business Adrninistralion 



Jesse R. Maurer 
Music Education 



Timothy J. Mehl 

Elementary 

Education 



James P. Luchansk) 

Elementary 

Education 




Kristen E. Mauser 

Elementary 

Education 




Heather E. Meier 
Music Education 



22 




Justin L. Lutz 
Music Business 



Sarah J. McCarter 
Biology 



Ashley B. Martin 

Elementary 

Education 



Kyle D. Martin 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Alexandria N. Matthie 

Elementary 

Education 




Kyle J. McFadden 
Music Education 



Erin C. McGarvey 

Elementary 

Education 



Laura M. McGinley 
Sociology 




Amy S. Miller 
Music Education 



Chelsie A. Miller 
Music Education 



Kristopher A. Miller 
Mathematics 



Laurie A. Miller 
Health Science 



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Todd A. Miller 

Business Administration 

Accounting 



Rachel W. Mingle 
Music 



Kelly J. Minnix 
Psychology 






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Kenny Montijo 

Business Administi^ation 

Spanish 



Stacy E. Moser 

Elementary 

Education 



Stefan J. Moyer 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Shelly J. Mitchell 

Actuarial Science 

Economics 




Adam P. Myers 
Music Education 




Charles P. O'Brien 

Digital 

Communications 



Christopher D. Oleyniczak 

Religion 

Philosophy 



Matthew D. Oleyniczak 
Art & Art History 



Danielle N. Palardy 

Elementary 

Education 



24 




Kristen P. Mohr 

Elementary 

Education 



Joseph D. Nestico 
Biology 



Kelly B. Moll 
Biology 




Jason M. Nystrom 
History 
Religion 




Mayankkumar P. Patel 

Chemistry 



Jennifer Payne 
Music Business 




Jason Nystrom 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment while at 

LVC? 

A: My greatest accomplishment was having the guts 

to study abroad in Greece. I don't usually see 

myself as a timid person, but I decided rather 

haphazardly to study abroad without fully realizing 

what I was getting into. However, once I was there, 

I realized that it was the best thing that I've done 

with my life thus far. 

Q: What advice do you have for future seniors 

A: My advice for future seniors is to enjoy every 

last minute of your final year. Not to get too cliche, 

but the classes are tougher than ever, assuming you 

take more than four to five general education 

classes. There never seems to be enough time in 

the day to do everything you want. Although it's 

been tough, I wouldn't trade my senior year for 

anything. 

Q: What are your plans for the future? 

A: This year, I decided to consider law school as a 

possible career path. I was accepted to a law school 

that I really like. It will be a little closer to home 

for me, being in Massachusetts, and while I right 

now have some intentions of focusing on 

International Law, I'll see where life takes me. 



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Rebecca Schaffer 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What will you miss most about LVC? 
A: I will simply miss LVC. I have realized 
that there will never be another place like 
this, nor will I have another experience like I 
have had here. I have met so many people 
and had so much fun here, and I know I will 
not have another time in my life where I can 
meet so many people and, in such a short 
period of time, establish lifelong-lasting 
relationships. 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: I am really proud of being a director for 
the Vagina Monologues this year at school. I 
got to work with so many wonderful women 
and learn so much about the strength that 
women on our campus have; it's really an 
amazing experience. I was really proud to see 
all my hard work on stage, being enjoyed by 
so many other people. 
Q: What advice do you have for future 
seniors? 

A: Do something new. If you are a science 
major, enroll in an art class. Try out for a 
school play. Do something that you would 
never do otherwise, because this is the last 
time you may be able to say, "why not?" and 
get away with doing it. 



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Suzanne L. Perdue 

Business 

Administration 



Jillian K. Perry 
Music Education 




Emily J. Poukish 
Health Science 



Andrew J. Raudensky 
Political Science 




Christa L. Rusher 
Music Education 



Amy L. Ryesky 
Computer Science 



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Ellen M. Pitman 
Health Science 



Ashley E. Richards 

Elementary 

Education 



Michael W. Porambo 
ACS Chemistry 



Jamie L. Porter 
Health Science 



Mark R. Rizzo 
Music Education 



Hope N. Roaten 
History 



Kenneth F. Potter II 

Biochemistry 

Psychology 




Brandi L. Roth 

Elementary 

Education 




Yesenia T. Santiago 
Music Education 



Matthew A. Schaeffer 

History 

Political Science 



Rebecca M. Schaffer Rebecca A. Schlegel 
Psychology Music Education 

Religion 



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Jailed M. Schneideiman Bradley C. Schott 
Music Recording Spanish 

Technology Criminal Justice 



Christina M. Schrdner 

Elementary 

Education 



Elizabeth A. Shaw 
Psychology 



Joseph J. Sheehy 

Health Science 

History 



Alisha E. Showers 
Sociology 



Thomas P. Smith 
Criminal Justice 



Zachary C. Smith 
Actuarial Science 



Michael A. Snyder 
Political Science 



Sara E. Schwanger 
ACS Chemistry 




Megan L. Siegel 
Music Education 




Sarah A. Snyder 
Sociology 



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Sarah C. Semmelman 
Psychology 



Andrew M. Shambadi 
Biology 




Frank G. Sisolak IV 

Aaxx)unting 
Buaness Adrninistration 



Kevin R. Smith 
Actuarial Science 




Holly P. Spangenbui^ 
German 



Ashley Spangler 

Accounting 

Business Administration 



^\^. Tom Smith 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What is the most important lesson you 

learned at LVC? 

A: Never be afraid to accept challenges. I 

feel as though the obstacles that I have 

encountered while at LVC have properly 

prepared me for the challenges I may face 

in life. 

Q: What is your greatest accomplishment at 

LVC? 

A: Establishing a connection through my 

internship with the United States Marshals 

Services in order to allow future LVC 

criminal justice students to participate in my 

experience as well. 

Q: What advice do you have for future 

seniors? 

A: Take advantage of the career services 

that Lebanon Valley provides, whether it be 

creating resumes or searching for future 

employers. 



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Lauren Ferrara 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What is the most important lesson you 

learned at LVC? 

A: Learning how to balance school, activities, 

and work without becoming overwhelmed 

and the importance of taking time for 

yourself. 

Q: Who was your favorite professor and 

why? 

A: Dr. Susan Atkinson because her advice 

and professional expertise had a great 

influence on my teaching style. Although her 

classes were challenging, I walked away with 

so many activities and ideas to implement 

into any classroom. Dr. A is knowledgeable, 

compassionate, and a wonderful inspiration 

to us all. She was truly an unforgettable 

professor! 

Q: What advice do you have for future 

seniors? 

A: Take advantage of opportunities and step 

out of your comfort zone... only then can 

you truly discover yourself. 




Erin E. Staab 

Business 
Administration 



Megan A. Steffy 

Accounting 

Buaness Adminstrarion 




ZacharyJ. Strohm 
Political Science 



Morgan L. Stuart 
Business Administratio 
German 




John T. Szigethy 
Health Science 



Collin A. Tanawath 

Digital 

Communications 



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Keith R. Stoltzfus 
Music Education 



Brandon L. Stoothoff 
Psychology 



Matthew B. Stouter 

Accounting 
Business Administration 



Christie L. Stratos 
English 




Shaun P. Sullivan 
Accounting 



Jessica L. Swain 
Chemistry 



Kateri M. Swavely 
Music Education 



Ashlei^ R. Symenski 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 




Christina S. Teubner 
Physical Therapy 



Allison E. Tierney 
Health Science 



Jonathan R. Treese 
History 



Kristin R. Turcovski 
Music Education 



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Ryan A. Van Houten 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 



Casandra E. Van Nest 
Art & Art History 



Allison M. Van Note 
Music Education 



Chase S. VanDuzer 
Music Education 




Sara E. Wagner 

Business Administration 

Economics 



Kyle C. Ward 

Psychology 
Criminal Justice 



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Brian W. Wharton 
Political Science 



Jan M. White 

Business Administration 

International Business 




Eric M. Wier 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 



Gregory M. Wier 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 



Jaclyn E. Winchell Laura E. Winiarczyk 
Business Administration Spanish 

Accounting 




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Kyle M. Wagman 

Acxxjunting 

Busniess Administration 



Allison L. Wiegand 
Health Science 



Sarah L. Wise 

Elementary 

Education 



Lonni A. Wagner 
Health Science 




Adam D. Wier 

Biochemistry & 

Molecular Biology 




Steven H. Wisner 
English 




J Sara Wagner 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What was your greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC? 

A: I think my greatest accomplishment while at 
LVC surrounds my involvement with the 
Hurricane Katrina Relief Projects. I 
participated in one of the trips, in January of 
2007, during my sophomore year and then 
during my junior year began working on a 
documentary about LVC's involvement in the 
reconstruction efforts in New Orleans, LA. As 
a senior, I then completed an independent 
study and research presentation about the 
economics surrounding the reconstruction 
effort and presented it at a regional business 
and economics conference during the fall. 
Q: What advice do you have for future seniors? 
A: Enjoy college while you can! I landed a 
full-time job for graduation and was required 
to start working immediately on a part-time 
basis. I already miss being a student! 
Q: What is your favorite memory of LVC? 
A: During my senior year, my friends and I 
rented out a school bus to transport us to and 
from the Winter Formal so that we could all 
spend the entire night together. That 
experience and the night in total was by far my 
favorite memorv of LVC. 



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Q: What is your favorite memory of LVC? 

A: Going to the Penn Relays with the track 

team... we had some fun times down there. 

Q: Who was your favorite professor and 

why? 

A: Dr. Billings because he encourages 

students to really think about something and 

give more than the basic, generic answer. He 

also encourages students to try to relate to 

something on a personal level to gain a 

better understanding of it. 

Q: What will you miss most about LVC? 

A: The people... you can get to know a lot of 

people well because of how small the school 

is. 






Alexandra L. Wolfe 
English 



Erin N. Yost 
Chemistry 



Nicholas T. Zlupko 
Biology 



Jonathan C. Wolff 

Music Recording 

Technology 




Emily N. Young 
Health Science 




Ryan J. Zvorsky 
English 



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KrisCen E. Wollenbei^ 
Music Education 



Bryant J. Wong 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Brandon J. Wuzzardo Nathaniel T. Yinger 

Biology English 




Crystal E. Zakszeski 


Heidi E. Zeigler 


Jared S. Zeigler 


Breanne L. Zipko 


Elementary 


Music Education 


Business 


Spanish 


Education 




Administration 





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Senior Awards 2009 



Outstanding Achievement Award in Physics: Rebecca D. Ache 

Senior Prize in English: Rebekah F. Achor 

Outstanding Senior in Actuarial Science Award: Laura Allen 

Senior Award for Academic Excellence in Sociology/Sociology and Criminal 
Justice Research Award: Heather A. Aurand 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Alexander M. Avery 

Dahlberg Chemistry Award: Nathaniel C. Bair 

Physical Chemistry Award/Southeastern Pa. Section American Chemical Society 
Award: Christopher M. Berg 

Achievement Scholarship Award in Business Administration/ 

Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants Award: Andrew B. Biglei 

Outstanding Senior in Computer Science Award/Outstanding Senior in 
Mathematics Award: Stephanie A. Blanda 

Edith Frantz Mills Award in Music: Jennifer E. Bocian 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Kiersten Boncore 



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Senior Awards 2009 

Alice Evers Burtner Memorial Award: Jonathan J. Brown 

B/Nai B'Rith Henry Levin Memorial Americanism Award: Thomas D. Busteed 

Award for Professionalism and Commitment to the Discipline of 
Sociology/Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: KimberlyJ. Danfelt 

David I. Lasky Award for Service in Psychology: Kathryn M. DeBlock 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Jennifer M. 
Di Mauro 

Suzanne H. Arnold Art and Art History Award: Shandra M. Dohoney 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Marci J. Ebur 

William Rakow Memorial Award: Kyle A. Enoch 

Alumni Scholarship: Lauren A. Evans 

SPSEA Award for Excellence in Teaching Performance in Elementary 
Education: Lauren A. Ferrara 

Governor James H. Duff Award: Charles R. Fisher 

Pi Gamma Mu Award: Alicia M. Gurdus 



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Senior Awards 2009 



C.F.Joseph Tom Senior Award in Economics: Matthew J. Haines 

Rho Eta Cast of Alpha PSI Omega Richard B. Saltzer Memorial Award: 
Stephanie J. Henrich 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Rebecca A. Hess 

David A. Hoffman, M.D. Memorial Prize/Medical Scholarship Award: Daniel I< 
Hodge 

Alumni Scholarship: Michael R. Hoyle 

Senior Prize in English: Cassandra R. Kane 

Robert S. Davidon Award for Research in Psychology: Melissa A. Kayes 
Financial Executives International Award, Central PA Chapter/Wall Street 
Journal Award: Dustin A. Kerns 

Sigma Alpha Iota "College Honor" Award: Sarah E. Klein 

Sigma Alpha Iota Scholastic Award: Sarah L. Klopfer 

Robert A. Nichols III Scholarship: Katie R. Krediet 

Barbara June Kettering Award: Michael A. Kudrak 

Owen A. Moe Biochemistry Award: Gary Lam 

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Senior Awards 2009 

iWomen's Club of Lebanon Award: Kristen A. Moore 

Reynaldo Rovers Memorial Award: Jesse R. Maurer 

Music Teachers National Association Award: Deborah L. Messick 

Achievement Scholarship Award in Business Administration: Todd A. Miller 

Francis H. Wilson Memorial Biology Award: Kelly B. Moll 

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Andrew Bender Memorial Chemistry Award: Michael W. Porambo 

SPSEA Award for Excellence in Teaching Performance in Secondary Education: 
Margaret C. Prebula 

VI. Claude Rosenberry Memorial Award: Mark R. Risso 

fean O. Love Award for Outstanding Achievement in Psychology: Rasa E. 
Rupslaukyte 

Baish Memorial History Award: Matthew A. Schaeffer 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Bradley C. Schott 

American Institute of Chemistry Award (Philadelphia Center): Sara E. 
Schwanger 

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Senior Awards 2009 



Teutonia Vallis Award: Holly P. Spangenburg 

College Writing Award: Christie L. Stratos 

Achievement Scholarship Award in Business Administration: Frank G. Sisolak V 

Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: Sarah A. Snyder 

SPSEA Award for Excellence in Teaching Performance in Music Education: 
Kristen R. Turcovski 

Frank Stachow Memorial Award: Michael V. Wagner 

Achievement Scholarship Award in Business Administration/C.F. Joseph Tom 
Senior Award in Economics: Sara E. Wagner 

June E. Herr Scholarship for Elementary Education: Brooke D. Walborn 

Elizabeth M. Geffen Scholarship in History and American Studies: Megan E. 
Walborn 

Psychology Department's Leadership Award/Senior Award for Academic 
Excellence in Criminal Justice/Sociology and Criminal Justice Research Award: 
Kyle C. Ward 

Digital Communications Interdisciplinary Academic Achievement 
Award/College Writing Award: Steve P. Whiskeyman 

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Senior Awards 2009 

)wen A. Moe Biochemistry Award: Adam D. Wier 
)wen A. Moe Biochemistry Award: Eric M. Wier 
)wen A. Moe Biochemistry Award: Gregory M. Wier 
PSEA Service Award: Laura E. Winiarczyk 



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Sara Klopfer 



Mary Eldredge 



Photo taken by Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Q: What was your greatest 
accomplishment while at LVC? 
A: My greatest accomplishment 
while at LVC was completing 
student teaching. It was both the 
hardest and most rewarding 
semester I've had here at LVC and 
it has really prepared me for my 
own classroom. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of 
LVC? 

A: My favorite memory of LVC was 
when my fiance, another LVC 
senior, proposed to me in my dorm 
room before the Hershey Park trip 
this past September. I will never 
forget that day! 

Q: What advice do you have for 
future seniors? 

A: The advice I have for future 
seniors is to just really make the 
most of your last year here at LVC, 
in terms of both enjoying yourself 
with your friends and networking 
for jobs after graduation. 



Photo owned by Mary Eldredge 

Q: What is the most important lesson 

you learned at LVC? 

A: While at LVC, I've realized that if 

I'm not satisfied with something, I 

shouldn't waste my time and energy 

complaining about it. Instead I should 

invest that time and energy in coming 

up with a better solution. 

Q: What is your favorite memory of 

LVC? 

A: So many come to mind... however, 

one prank stands out in particular. 

Over spring break of my junior year, 

I traveled with Servants of Christ to 

Oneonta, New York for a service 

project. During this trip there was an 

endless battle of pranks between the 

guys and girls ending with my all time 

favorite prank — freezing all of Matt 

Schaeffer's clean underwear. Sorry 

Matt! 

Q: What are your plans for the 

future? 

A: I plan to volunteer with 

Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship for 

a year and then plan to pursue 

graduate school in hopes of becoming 

a licensed professional counselor. 



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Who 's Who Class oj 2U09 

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



Rebekah F. Achor 
Emily G. Allison 
Heather A. Aurand 
Christopher T. Bauer 
Andrew B. Bigler 
Stephanie A. Blanda 
Robert J. Celentano 
Christina A. Cosma 
Kathryn M. DeBlock 
Dwight A. Decker, Jr. 
Kathleen M. Dejulio 
[ennifer M, Di Mauro 
[ennifer M. Dunnick 
Marci T. Ebur 
ILauren A. Ferrara 
Charles R, Fisher 

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Jennifer N. Fontanez 
|K.rista M. Freitag 
[Matthew J. Haines 
Stephanie J. Henrich 
Daniel K. Hodge, Jr. 
Maria N. Jeannette 
Emily E. Johns 
Elizabeth A. Julian 
Cassandra R. Kane 
?lacharyj. Kansler 



Melissa A. Kayes 
Amanda A. Knapp 
Gary Lam 
Jesse R. Maurer 
Erin C. McGarvey 
Todd A. Miller 
Kelly B. Moll 
Mark R. Rizzo 
Brandi L. Roth 
Rasa E. Rupslaukyte 
Christa L. Rusher 
Rebecca M. Schaffer 
Frank G. Sisolak IV 
Holly P. Spangenburg 
Kristin R. Turcovski 
Sara E. Wagner 
Kyle C. Ward 
Steve P. Whiskeyman 
Jan M. White 
Adam D. Wier 
Eric M. Wier 
Gregory M. Wier 
Laura E. Winiarczyk 
Steven H. Wisner 
Alexandra L. Wolfe 



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Class of 2009 



Fun Facts of the Class of 
2009 : 

Class Size-4 1 1 Students 

Top Majors : 

1 .) Music Education 

2.) Elementary Education 

3.) Business 
Administration 




L to R: Lonni Wagner, Sarah Wise, 
Patricia Be van, Amy Frint 




L to R: Megan Steffy, 
Andrea Landis, Ryan Zvorsky, 
Jen Buehler 




L to R: Krisin Mauser, 

Erin McGarvey, Emily Bainbridge, 

Jennifer DiMauro 



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Class of 2010 




Fun Facts of the Class of 
2010 : 

Class Size-4 1 1 Students 

Top Majors : 

1 .) Elementary Education 

2.) Health Science 

3.) Business 
Administration 



Students show off their Dutchmen Spirit. 




L to R: Gina DiCamillo, 
Brian Dempsey, Carmen Forte, 
Danille Gemmill 




Students enjoy the nice weather 
outside of Neidig-Garber. 



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Class of 2011 



Fun Facts of the Class of 
2011 : 

Class Size-380 Students 

Top Majors : 

1 .) Elementary Education 

2.) Business 
Administration 

3.) Health Science 




L to R: Kaitlin Thompson, Johnny Lehman, 
Kristin Hills, Aleka Liazis, Amanda Sarkowski 




Students enjoy an intramural 
basketball game. 




L to R: Kaitlin Thompson, 
Christy Kurtz, Kristin Hills, 
Aleka Liazis, Julia Jones. 



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Class of 2012 




L to R: Rachel Murkey, Lexi Troutman, 
Katie Zweibel, Elizabeth Still 



Fun Facts of the Class of 
2012 : 

Class Size-385 Students 

Top Majors : 

1 .) Heatlh Science 

2.) Business 
Administration 

3.) Elementary Education 




L to R: Walter Choplick, Ryan List, 
Amy Shelly, Erika Hartman, 
Jennifer Heck, Daniel Krawford 




L to R: Cory Homer, Margaret Taylor, 
Luke Cotungo 



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Student Organizations Not Pictured In This Section; 



Accounting Club 

Anime Society 

Art Club 

Audio Engineering Society 

Biology Club 

Chapel Choir 

Colleges Against Cancer 

Commuter Club 

Cornerstone 

Council for Exceptional Children 

Council of Christian Organizations 

Freedom Rings 

French Club 

German Club 

Habitat for Humanity 

He Is Savior 

InterVarsity 

La Vie 

Mars Hill 



Math Club 

MBS Health 

Ministry Team 

MEISA 

Physics Club 

Physical Therapy Club 

Psychology Club 

Servants of Christ 

Sociology and 

Criminal Justice Club 

Student Alumni Association 

Taekwondo Club 

Tri-Beta Biological Honor Societ) 

Valley Venturers 

Valley Volunteers 

Voices of Spirit 

Volleyball Club 

WLVC 

Women's Rugby 



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Homecoming - October 1 8, 2008] 



Oktoberfest Weekend started off 
with a bang with Friday night's 
pep rally and fireworks display at 
Arnold Field. In the following 
day's football game, LVC 
powered past Moravian College 
for a stunning 20-13 overtime 
victory. Soon, though, it was time 
for 2007 Homecoming King 
Darnell Epps and Queen Katie 
Meo to pass on their crowns to 
seniors Charlie Fisher and Allie 
Tierney. Other members of this 
year's Homecoming Court were 
seniors Eric Cain, Hunter 
Chadeayne, Jeff Dresely, Steve 
Wisner, Shelly Burkholder, Mary 
Eldridge, Jillian Perry, and Becky 
Schaffer. 




King Charlie Fisher and Queen Allie Tierney 




Steve Wisner and Mary Eldredge 



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"The Pride of the Valley" 



Homecoming Crowd 




"The Red Avenger" 




Jeff Dresely and Shelly Burkholder 




Hunter Chadeayne and Becky 
Schaeffer 



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Senator Arlen Specter talks with 
members of the LVC community. 



Governor Ed Rendell waves to the crowd, while visiting 
LVC on a promoting campaign for President Obama. 




President Stephen C. MacDonald casts his vote 
at the Mock Election. 




Students vote during Mock Election. 




Tony Gorrick ' 1 1 directs students 
towards the Mock Election held in Faust 
Lounge. 



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44th Presidential Election 




The 2008 Presidential Election saw 
two United States Senators square 
off for the nation's top office in a 
time of economic turmoil and 
uncertainty. Even before polls 
opened in November, though, 
LVC hosted its own mock election 
through La Vie CoUegienne, 
College Conservatives, and College 
Democrats. The election was open 
to 2,189 students and employees of 
the college, though in the end the 
turnout was much less than 
expected. Current President 
Barack Obama won the LVC 
election with 380 votes, followed 
by Sen. John McCain with 179 
votes. In total, 598 participants cast 
a ballot. 



resident Barack Obama being sworn into office. 




Students support politicians through 
Dosters. in their Residence Hall 
kvindows. 



Newspaper advisor Bob Vucic talks to 
students about voting during the Mock 
Election. 



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Winter Formal 2008 






"Walkin' In a Winter 
Wonderland" was this year's 
formal theme. It was held at 
the Holiday Inn in 
Grantville. A variety of 
students attended ranging 
from the freshmen class to 
the senior class. Students 
enjoyed spending time with 
their friends and dates by 
enjoying a buffet dinner and 
listening and dancing to 
music by DJ 
Brian Dempsey '10. 




Soccer girls pose for a picture together at the formal. 




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Ben Waltz ' 1 1 and 
AnnMarie Crider ' 1 1 



Jessica Swain '09 and 
Becky Schaeffer '09 





Students gather for pictures before the 
formal. 



Gina DiCamillo ' 1 and 
Brian Dempsey '10 



Jen Buehler '09 and 
Megan Steffy '09 





Danielle Cowdell '09, Katie Dejulio '09, 
Courtney Grimm '09, Beth Bushner '09 




Sophomores Erin Brubaker, 
Sean Deffley, Emily Gertenbach, 
Alyssa Bender, Greg Newman, and 
Sarah Kaltreider 



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The back of the t-shirt for 
this year. 



Students gather for a late-night bonfire. 



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Students run through the 
obstacle course. 



Kyle Ward '09 plays rootbeer 
pong. 



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Dutchmen Day - April 2, 2009 




kudents enjoy an outdoor lunch on 
Dutchmen Day. 




What was this year's theme?: 
"Take it off... Class that is" 

What was the weather like?: 
A slightly breezy day, but 
sunny enough to make 
everyone feel the "spring 
fever" at LVC. 

What activities occurred?: 
Cereal eating contest, egg 
toss, movie (Step Brothers), 
outdoor lunch and dinner, 
inflatables, mechanical bull, 
root beer pong, and a 
bonfire with fun treats. 




Students gather for activities 
in the Academic Quad. 



Amber Keeseman ' 1 1 rides the 
mechanical bull. 



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ValleyFest 2009: April 17 and 18 



What happened on Friday 
night?: There was a Glow 
Dance Party in the Arnold 
Sports Center. 

What happened on 
Saturday night?: The 
bands that played were 
Dirt Party, The 
Technocrats, and Eve 6. 

Weather? Warm and sunny 
with high temperatures in 
the low 80s!! 















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Student-band The Technocrats 



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Mr. and Miss LVC: Aaron Miller '10 and 
Gina DiCamillo ' 1 



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a picture. 



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Replacing the Friday night band, 
students enjoyed the Glow Dance 
Party with glow sticks and music. 



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Wig 8c Buckle Productions 



Wig 8c Buckle Company's fall 
production of Stephen Dietz's 
Dracula was well-received by the 
LVC community, despite a fire in 
Mund College Center on opening 
night which forced the cancellation 
of part of the first show. The cast 
and crew nonetheless rebounded 
for five more stellar performances. 
In the Spring Semester, Pirates of 
Penzance told the comical love 
story of a soft-hearted pirate and a 
member of the local aristocracy. 
The final production of the year, 
Spring Awakening, adapted the 
German play by Frank Wedekind 
to fit a more modern theme, its 
edgy plotline exploring 
controversial themes such as 
sexuality, sexual identity, and 
suicide. 




Steven Wisner and Erin Brubaker in Spring Awakening. 



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Nathan Campbell as "Renfield" in 
Dracula. 





Ryan Cagno (Fredrick) and Hannah Grube 
(Mable) hold hands during Pirates of Penzance. 




Dan Thomas as Dracula. 



The Cast of Dracula. 



Photos taken by Tony Gorick '1 1 and Stephanie Henrich '09. 



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Study Abroad 



This year, a total of seventy-six 
students took part in LVC's study 
abroad program. The program 
itself offers students the chance to 
study abroad in sixteen different 
locations for a full semester, 
ranging from Buenos Aires, 
Argentina to Belfast, Northern 
Ireland. In addition, locations in 
Sweden, Germany, and The 
Netherlands are available as 
short-term options as well. The 
top two programs this year were 
London, England (nineteen 
students in the fall) and New 
Zealand (eleven students in the 
spring), which are usually the most 
popular due to the lack of a 
language barrier 





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Roberto Centeno T 1, Lauren Throne TO, 

Ronny Acosta T 1 , Ashley Kneale T 1 , 

Breanne Zipko '09 Chris DeLorezno TO in Madrid. 




Student enjoys the life abroad. 



Madelynn Hughes ' 1 enjoys an 
overlook in Europe. 



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L to R: Kristin Miller '10, Allison Goodyear '10, 
and Tiffany Caplinger ' 1 pose with a British 
Guard in London. 



Students in Spain take a break 
for a soccer game. 




Laura Holder '09 and Savannah Coombs 
'09 on top of a giant chair in Sweden. 



Joy Fumia '09 and Jess Bui '09 in Rome 
standing in front of the Colosseum. 



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Michael Green, Vice President for 
Academic Affairs and Dean of 
Faculty. 



A small grease fire occurred in the UG on Halloween 2008. 




Due to Stanson Hall, Summit Street opens to all 
students and serves as a parking lot for 
commuters. 





Stanson Hall becomes an addition to the LVC 
community and ready to open in Fall 2009. 



The Humanities Building goes under 
renovation before the end of the school year. 



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The Valley in the News 




utchie" became the new man on campus, as the mascot was 
nated by the Class of 2008. 





The 2008-09 school year was a 
great year for renovations, new 
sights on campus, and all around 
changes coming to LVC. 
The new Dutcman One Card 
became popular, as students 
could use it as a debit card at 
various local businesses. 




few Volleyball Net donated by the Class of 
009, located aside of Bellinger Hall. 



Men's and Women's Lacrosse comes back to LVC. 
Pictured above is John Haus, Director of Lacrosse 
Program and Head Coach of the men's team. 



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Student Government - 2009 Officers 




Row 1 L to R: Crystal Zakszeski, Kelly Minnix, Shelly Burkholder 
Row 2 L to R: Scott Beesley, Charlie Fisher, Ryan Van Houten, 
Steve Kurtz, Zach Strohm 

Student Government - 2010 Officers 





L to R: Emily Berger, Matt Howell-Clark, Katie Krediet, Ashley Peters, 
Spiros Anastasiadis, Michelle Koetteritz, Alyssa Kreider, Gina DiCamillo, 
Alyce Canciello, Mark Fersch 



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Student Government - 2011 Officers 




Row 1 L to R: Brittany Ryan, Tara Neiheiser, Mary Kent, Ashten 

O'Brien 

Row 2 L to R: Jimmy Kroll, Myles Miller, Megan McGrady, Brad Snyder 



Student Government - 2012 Officers 




Row 1 L to R: Leslie Ader, Adam Abruzzo, Megan Bradley 
Row 2 L to R: Luisa Perez, Wesley Bensing, Katie Seigendall, 
Lindsay Griendling, Susan Menges 



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Row 1 L to R: Jen Buehler, Megan Steffy, Matt Schaeffer, Megan Bradley, 

Brittany Ryan 

Row 2 L to R: Jennifer Vallerio, Amber Keeseman, Jan White, 

Jennifer Murphy 

Row 3 L to R: Rebecca Johnson, Samantha Mohr, Megan McGrady, 

Richard Drazin, District Governor Ben Hoover, Lauren DuBois, 

Assistant District Governor Elaine Ludwig 

Row 4 L to R: Greg Kauffman, Rich Weitzel, Mark Weikert, 

Andrew Brandt 



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Phi Beta Lambda 




Row 1 L to R: Lauren Erkoboni, Jen Buehler, Megan Steffy, Sara Wagner, 

Steve Barrios, Steve Doll, Jennifer Vallerio, Ashley Beard 

Row 2 L to R: Greg Kauffman, Andrew Bigler, Justin Langan, 

Frank Sisolak IV, Matt Haines, Jan White, Erin Staab, Rebecca Johnson 



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College Democrats 




From front to back: Emily Gertenbach, Ryan Humphries, Eric Jacobs, 
Oliver Lyons, Greg Kauffman 



College Conservatives 




From left to right: Rebecca Johnson, Leslie Ader, Alex de la Torre, 
Kristin Hills, Katie Costolnick, Rob Celentano, Greg Barkhauer, 
Dan Walmer 



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HyPE 




HyPE members include: Jason Nystrom, Grregory Kauffman, 

Christopher DeLorenzo, Matthew Schaeffer, Kimberly Hoh, 

Alexander Loy, Christopher Klimovitz, Amber Keeseman, and Leslie Ader 



Greenblotter 




Row 1 L to R: Alison Reed, Karen Oulahan, Tony Gorick, Rebecca 

Edwards, Mark Rosborough, Sarah Kaltreider 

Row 2 L to R: Sarah Grodzinski, James Hartman, Laura Bremmer 



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Praise Him with Dance 




Members include: Kathryn Lewis, Aleka Liazis, Julia Jones, Sarah Orr, Meg Silfee, 

Rob Celentano, Brianna Jones, Brandine Williams, Natalie Geiger, 

Amanda Sarkowski, Lindsey Irvin, Kaitlin Thompson, Leslie Ader, and Lisa Adamu 



Sacred Wind Choir 




Members include: Lauren Brugger, Karyn Camilo, Katie Costolnick, 
Colleen Delaney, Jen Denis, Chrissy Garrison, Brittni Garvin, Gloria Slovak, 
Scott Holman, Lauren Johnson, Sarah Klein, Johnny Lehman, Kathryn Lewis, 
Alex Loy, Mike Nelson, Amy Shelly, Megan Snyder 



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Spanish Club 




Members include: Amy Ryesky, Christa Vrabel, Katie Krediet, 
Jackie Winchell, Martita Bowersox, Alyse Canciello, Jenn Cronin, 
Chris DeLorenzo, Bethany Dunkes, Ashley Hausman, Kim Holt, 
Samantha Ide, Kristie de Mackiewicz, Kenny Montijo, 
Rome Oliver, Luisa Perez, Jess Raber, Samantha Shober, 
Tom Smith, Alexis Troutman, Jan White, and Laura Winiaczyk 



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Mary Kent '11 and Robert Orth '08 pose 
with a check that was raised from the 3rd 
Annual Cystic Fibrosis Softball 
Tournament played on the practice fields 
at Lebanon Valley College. Also pictured 
with Kent and Orth is a representative 
from Cystic Fibrosis. 



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Row 1 L to R: Ashleigh Symenski, Jimmy Kroll, Leslie Ader, 

Lisa Adams, Devin Couser 

Row 2 L to R: Jamie Booker, Laura Bremmer 



Equestrian Club 




Members include: 
Coach Jennifer Fralick, 
Kate Cusick, Julia Olley, 
Hana Ernest, Caitlin Case, 
Ellen Pitman, 
Kristi Jacobsen, 
Sarah Bechtel, 
Lindsay Porter 



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Psi Chi 




L to R: Kathryn DeBlock, Amanda Keith, Whitney McClain, Kyle Ward, 
Becky Schaffer, Gait Douglas, Ann Marie Crider, and Melissa Kayes. 



MENC 




L to R: Clay Michalec, 
Katherine Brodhead, 
Sarah Strouse, 
Allison Van Note, 
Caitlin Biggs, 
Christina Cosma, 
Megan Haneman, 
Jocelyn Heckman 



Chemistry Club 




Members Include: Nate Bair, Kenny Potter, Charles Schmidt, 
Kim Manbeck, Ellen Adams, Andrea Beers, Chris Berg, Nick Boaz, 
Sammy Burkey, Karyn Camilo, Richard Carr, Chris Clements, 
Christa Cooper, Jarrett Curtis, Katelyn Davies, Brad Decker, Phil Domeier, 
Dr. Harris, Dr. Marsh, Dr. Moe, Dr. Patton, Dr. Peelen, Ashley Eberhart, 
Danielle Elder, Brittany Fallucca, Clair Felpel, Jordan Fitting, 
Katie Freeman, Elisabeth Garrett, Christi Garrison, Dana Gelbaugh, 
Matt Grodzinski, Kim Hibshman, Neely Holden, Heather Howard, 
Anusha Iyer, Matt Kartzman, Caitlin Keller, Jimmy Kroll, Bryant Kurtz, 
Gary Lam, Josh Light, Eric Loose, Nate Musselwhite, Katie Nemeth, 
Brandon Parks, Sara Piasecki, Ryan Pitt, Mike Porambo, Robyn Powell, 
Susanne Rohl, Allix Sanders, Sara Schwanger, Khevna Shukla, 
Allyssa Staboleski, Robyn Stine, Jess Swain, Mark Thomas, 
Stephanie Thomas, Adam Wier, Eric Wier, Greg Wier, Matt Yeager, 
Lindsay Carl, Kimberly Holt, Lindsey McMahon, Oliver Lyons, 
Lindsey Irvin, Colleen Delaney, Sarah Wagner, Chynna Bragg 



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Cominunity Dutchmen 




This newly-formed organization completed 
many hours of community service in 
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SPSEA 




Officers: President-Lauren Ferrara, Vice President-Jackie Collani, 
Secretary-Courtney Grimm, Treasurer-Carolyn Agnoli 

LVEP 




Row 1 L to R: Kelly Zimmerman, Kyi Simmons, 
Sherae Jones, Ashley Conzelmann 
Row 2 L to R: Samantha Gatewood, Christa Levko, 
Kimberly Holt, Lauren Ferrara, Garrett Palowitch, 
Chaplain Fullmer 



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LVC FOOTBALL 

By: Ryan Zvorsky '09 

After a 2007 season in which the team went 4-6, the 
Dutchmen rebounded to go 6-4 in 2008 for the second 
time in the last three seasons under 1 6th-year Head 
Coach Jim Monos. Leading the squad on the season 
offensively was Charlie Parker '10, who racked up 
1,133 all-purpose yards with 936 yards on the ground. 
He played in eight games at tailback, scoring eight 
touchdowns en route to being named a First-Team 
All-Commonwealth Conference selection. Wide 
receiver Joe Brennan ' 1 also turned in a brilliant 
season on offense, hauling in 44 catches for 813 yards, 
scoring nine touchdowns. He received Second-Team 
All-Commonwealth Conference accolades for his 
success. He started in all 10 games, aiding quarterback 
Caleb Fick '11. Fick threw for 1,782 yards and 15 
touchdowns while racking up a 126.5 efficiency rating. 
Brittany Ryan '11, the first female to suit up and 
record a point in Valley football history, was efficient 
in 2008, going 3-for-3 in field goals and 27-of-30 in 
the PAT department. On defense, linebacker Brian 
Cottone '09 led the Dutchmen with 71 tackles, leading 
to the honor of being named the MAC Defensive 
Player of the Year, which also put him on the first-team 
all-conference team. In addition, he was named to the 
Third-Team All-East squad by d3football.com. Also 
joining Parker, Cottone, and Brennan on the 
all-conference team are Brian Lynch '10, Sean 
Tetreault '10, Jason Sneeringer '11, Zach Bleiler '11, 
and Dane Eichelberger '10. 



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Moravian 

Wilkes 

Delaware Valley 

Widener 

King's 

Albright 

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Lycoming 

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2008-09 Schedule 
19-1 3(W) 
31-19(W) 
16-23(L) 
28-2 1(W) 
14-26(L) 
20-13(W)OT 
34-7(W) 
14-31(W) 
38-3(W) 
15-23(L) 




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2008-09 Schedule 


Mary Washington 


3-0(W) 


Alvernia 


5-0(W) 


Lychburg 


4-3(W) OT 


FDU-Florham 


8-l(W) 


Dickinson 


1-2(L) 


DeSales 


8-0(W) 


Franklin & Marshall 


4-l(W) 


Gettysburg 


5-0(W) 


Elizabethtown 


2-0(W) 




4-0(W) 


Shenandoah 


9-0(W) 


Stevenson 


4-0(W) 


Messiah 


3-4(L) 




1-2(L) 


Albright 


9-0(W) 


Haverford 


6-0(W) 


William Smith 


6-l(W) 


Millersville 


3-l(W) 


Widener 


7-l(W) 


York 


9-2(W) 


Arcadia 


8-0(W) 


New England 


6-0(W) 


Middlebury 


2-5(L) 



LVC FIELD HOCKEY 

By: Krista Freitag '09 

The 2008 Lebanon Valley College Field Hockey 
season started out with a trip to Europe! The 
preseason trip began in Paris, France and 
continued to Germany and the Netherlands. Not 
only did they see some amazing sights and had 
quality team bonding time, but the team played 
against clubs that taught them a whole new style of 
play. Once the team traveled back to the states, 
reality sank in as classes started and they prepared 
to face competition. The team went on a 4-0 
winning streak early in the season, including an 
exciting overtime win in Lynchburg, Virginia, 
until they were upset by a loss against Dickinson. 
The team continued to win until facing conference 
rivals Messiah College in the regular season as well 
as in conference playoffs in which they lost both 
games by a one-goal deficit. Regardless of a few 
losses, the field hockey team remained resilient 
and made it into the NCAA playoffs for the fourth 
consecutive season. They won against New 
England College in the first round of NCAA 
playoffs in order to advance to the second round 
to play Middlebury College at Bowdoin College in 
Brunswick, Maine. Unfortunately, the season 
came to a halt with a 5-2 loss against Middlebury. 




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LVC VOLLEYBALL 

By: Brandi Roth '09 

The 2008 Lebanon Valley College women's volleyball 
team had a very exciting season. For the first time ever 
the women won the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championship, and earned themselves a first-time-ever 
bid into the NCAA Division III tournament. 
Experiencing the NCAA tournament for the first time 
made the girls a little anxious, but now that they've 
gotten a little taste, the team is hungry for another 
longer, successful appearance. 2008 was a wonderful 
season to end on; with an almost perfect season and a 
page in the history books, the year could not have been 
better for the Lebanon Valley College women's 
volleyball team. 

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2008-09 Schedule 


Baptist Bible 


3-0(W) 


Skidmore 


3-l(W) 


SUNY Cortland 


2-3(L) 


Montclair State 


3-2(W) 


Ramapo 


3-0(W) 


Penn State Harrisburg 


3-1 (W) 


Dickinson 


3-0(W) 


Ursinus 


3-0(W) 


York 


3-l(W) 


Philadelphia Bible 


3-0(W) 


Penn State Altoona 


3-0(W) 


Albright 


3-0(W) 


Eastern 


0-3(L) 


Rowan 


3-0(W) 


Arcadia 


3-0(W) 




3-0(W) 


DeSales 


3-0(W) 


Susquehanna 


3-0(W) 


Widener 


3-1 (W) 


St.Joseph's (N.Y.) 


3-l(W) 


Eastern Connecticut 


3-l(W) 


FDU-Florham 


3-0(W) 


Richard Stockton 


3-l(W) 


Lycoming 


3-0(W) 


Neumann 


3-l(W) 


Frostburg State 


3-2(W) 


Moravian 


3-0(W) 


Messiah 


3-0(W) 




3-0(W) 


University of Scranton 


3-2(W) 


Gallaudet 


3-l(W) 


Elizabethtown 


3-l(W) 




3-0(W) 


Catholic 


3-0(W) 


Marymount 


3-0(W) 


Carnegie Mellon 


0-3(L) 







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2008-09 Schedule 



Alvernia 


8-1 (W) 


NJeumann 


9-0(W) 


A-lbright 


9-0(W) 


Eastern 


9-0(W) 


Wilkes 


4-5(L) 


Elizabethtown 


7-2(W) 




5-2(W) 


Cabrini 


2-7(L) 


Arcadia 


9-0(W) 




5-0(W) 


Goucher 


8-l(W) 


[uniata 


9-0(W) 


Susquehanna 


7-2(W) 


VIessiah 


9-0(W) 


Lycoming 


9-0(W) 


Penn State Harrisburg 


9-0(W) 


King's 


7-2(W) 


Augustana 


4-5(L) 


St.Vincent 


6-3(W) 


Catholic 


6-3(W) 


York 


6-3(W) 


The College of New Jersey 


0-5(L) 



LVC WOMEN'S TENNIS 



CONFERENCE CHAMPS!! 

By: Sara Wagner '09 

The 2008-2009 women's tennis team has gone on 
quite a successful ride. For the first time in LVC 
history, the women competed during a year-round 
season. They wrapped up the fall portion with their 
first-ever perfect Commonwealth Conference record, 
defeating Messiah College, Elizabethtown College, 
Arcadia University, Lycoming College, and Albright 
College. This finish as the conference's top seed 
secures their place as the number one seed in the team 
championship tournament come April. In the October 
Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation 
(MASCAC) annual individual and doubles 
championships, the Dutchmen had their best showing 
ever, sending all six singles players and all three 
doubles teams into competition in the second and final 
day of play. Earning an individual championship gold 
medal were senior Sammy Burkey at the number four 
singles spot, sophomore Shayna Heintzelman at the 
number five singles spot, and senior Sara Wagner at 
the number six singles spot. To prepare for their 
spring season, the ladies sent a team to Hilton Head 
Island in South Carolina over spring break to compete 
three matches. During their only spring season match 
in Pennsylvania, two Dutchmen set new singles records 
in a win over York College of Pennsylvania. Number 
one singles competitor sophomore Sara Grodzinski and 
Burkey each won their 20th match of the season. 
Overall, the Valley had their best season yet and look 
forward to many championships to come! 




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LVC WOMEN"S SOCCER 

By: Jennifer Di Mauro '09 

After a strong start, the women's soccer team narrowly 
missed out on conference playoffs despite finishing the 
'08 campaign with a record of 9-8-2. The team was a 
mix of experienced veterans and talented rookies. 
Lauren King led the team in goals but had much help 
from her fellow teammates. Some highlights included 
beating Franklin and Marshall for the first time in 
years with a dominating 3-0 score and also beating 
Misericordia for the first time ever in a dramatic 
double overtime performance. The team also excelled 
off the field as it earned NSCAA Academic Honors for 
its impressive 3.27 team GPA. At the end of the year, 
senior Emily Bainbridge was recognized for her 
constant hard work by earning Second Team 
All-Commonwealth Conference honors. Only losing 4 
players to graduation, there are high hopes for the 
team in the upcoming season. 



2008-09 Schedule 


Centenary 


2-0(W) 


Greensboro 


1-2(L) OT 


Misericordia 


l-O(W) OT 


Bryn Mawr 


O-l(L) 


Universiry of Scranton 


1-2(L) OT 


Wilkes 


l-l(T) 


Susquenhanna 


2-0(W) 


DeSales 


3-0(W) 


Frankkiln&Marshall 


3-0(W) 


King's 


3-l(W) 


Albright 


3-l(W) 


Gettysburg 


O-O(T) 201 


Arcadia 


l-O(W) 


Messiah 


0-4(L) 


Widener 


0-3(L) 


Wesley 


2-l(W) 


Lycoming 


O-l(L) 


Elizabethtown 


1-5(L) 


Delaware Valley 


0-2(L) 


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By: Nathaniel Yinger '09 

This year's Men's Soccer team will be remembered as 
the first in program history to defeat foes 
Elizabethtown and Messiah, and also became the first 
team in conference history besides the previously 
mentioned schools to earn the top seed in the 
conference playoffs. However, the team was plagued 
by inconsistent play and finished with a disappointing 
9-10 overall record. Senior goalkeeper Tim Mehl 
made several big saves throughout the season, 
including a handful of saves in a memorable sequence 
in the team's upset victory over nationally-ranked 
Messiah. Travis Steedle '10 and Chris Hall '12 tied for 
the team lead with six goals and Steedle lead the team 
with 1 7 points. Several underclassmen made 
significant contributions this year, providing the team 
with a good outlook for the future. 



2008-09 Scedule 



McDaniel 


4-0(W) 


Immaculata 


l-O(W) OT 


Ursinus 


0-2(L) 


Stevenson 


2-0(W) 


DeSales 


2-3(L) 


Goucher 


l-O(W) 


University of Scranton 


1-2(L) 


Moravian 


0-2(L) 


Susquehanna 


1-2(L) 


Elizabethtown 


2-l(W) OT 


Misericordia 


1-4(L) 


Albright 


5-2(W) 


Messiah 


2-l(W) 


Widener 


5-l(W) 




O-l(L) 


Rutgers-Camden 


0-1 (L) OT 


Lycoming 


O-l(L) 


North Carolina Wesleyan 


0-1 (L) 



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By: Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Under the leadership of first-year Head Coach 
James O'Brien '07, the Lebanon Valley College 
cross country team returned to form in the 2008 
season. At the MAC Championships, sophomore 
Jenn Cronin notched a bronze medal with a time 
of 23:17.69, becoming the first medallist in five 
years for the women at the event. In addition, 
Cronin earned first-team all-MAC honors for her 
run at the Lancaster County Central Park on Nov. 
1 . Cronin then went on to the NCAA Regionals 
on Nov. 15 and placed 19th out of a possible 319 
runners at Waynesboro College, receiving another 
accolade, being named all-region. For the men, 
sophomore Brad Sweigart led his squad at the 
MAC Championships and NCAA Regionals. He 
ran to a 1 6th-place finish at the championships to 
earn second-team all-MAC honors. In addition, 
Sweigart placed 82nd at the regionals with a time 
of 27:23. At the end of the season, the MAC 
named its Sportsmanship Teams, as senior Carissa 
Devine and junior Nick Wardle earned the 
awards. Cronin and Sweigart both were named 
MVPs of their respective squads. 

2008-09 Schedule 
LVC Invitational 7 of 13(W) 





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Dickinson 


15of 15(W) 




15of 19(M) 


Paul Short Classic 


29 of 37(W) 




28of41(M) 


Belmont 


7 ofl9(M) 


DeSales 


11 of 18(W) 




8 of20(M) 


Elizabethtown 


lOof 15(W) 




7 ofl7(M) 


MAC Championships 


7of 14(W) 




5of 15(M) 


NCAA Mid-East Regionals 


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By: Steven Wisner '09 

The Lebanon Valley ice hockey team suffered another 

disappointing season, failing to win a game. 

The squad was led in points by forward Brad Surdam 

' 1 1 who totaled 1 6 points on seven goals and nine 

assists. 

The young team only had two seniors on the roster in 

defender Bert Malloy '09 and guard Kelly Curl '09. 

Malloy on his career recorded 29 total points despite 

playing on the defensive side of the ice. 

Between the pipes for the Dutchmen in most games 

was Rich Drazin ' 1 1 who also shared ice time with 

Aaron Miller '10 and Kelly Curl '09. Drazin boasted a 

.856 save percentage and led the trio in minutes 

(776:05) and saves (507). 



2008-09 Schedule 


Oswego State 


2-7(L) 


SUNY-Brockport 


0-3(L) 


Utica 


1-1 1(L) 




2-4(L) 




0-1 0(L) 


SUNY-Geneseo 


1-4(L) 




3-4(L) 


SUNY-Cortland 


3-8(L) 




3-1 1(L) 


Hobart 


1-4(L) 




1-8(L) 




4-8(L) 


Elmira 


0-7(L) 




2-9(L) 




1-3(L) 


Manhattanville 


5-10(L) 




1-6(L) 




0-5(L) 


Neumann 


3-9(L) 




2-9(L) 




2-1 1(L) 


Buffalo State 


2-7(L) 




1-1 0(L) 


UMass-Dartmouth 


2-3(L) 


Nichols 


2-4(L) 



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By: Steve Wisner '09 

The Flying Dutchmen's women's basketball team 
finished the season with an impressive 1 7-9 record with 
a 8-4 record in Commonwealth Conference play. The 
squad's season came to a disappointing end with a 
75-72 lose to Widener University in double-overtime. 
Going into the conference play-offs, the Valley secured 
the number two seed and toppled Albright to advance 
to the finals. 

After last season, where the team boasted four 
freshmen starters, the team was still pretty young this 
season. The squad depended heavily on their strong 
sophomore class, but did have two seniors on the roster 
in Megan Bish '09 and Amie Bickert '09. The team 
also got a solid freshman performance by Caitlin 
Murphy '12. Overall, the team averaged 64.3 points 
per game while only allowing 57. The team was led in 
scoring by Lori Lidlow ' 1 1 who averaged 1 5 , but the 
squad had three others averaging over 1 points per 
game including: Eryn Schultz '11, Suzie Noyes '11, and 
Andrea Hoover '11. 

Leading the team in assists (130) was Hoover and Bish 
topped the team in total rebounds with 139. 





2008 



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Centenary 

Staten Island 

McDaniel 

Misericordia 

York 

Salisbury 

Washington 

Kean 

Gettysburg 

Arcadia 

Albright 



Lycoming 

Messiah 

Elizabethtown 

Franklin&Marshall 
Widener 

Wilkes 



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75-29(W) 

87-69(W) 

65-80 (L) 

57-48(L) 

47-43(W) 

73-38(W) 

63-3 5(W) 

68-74(L) 

52-55(L) 

75-68(W) 

67-42(W) 

66-3 1(W) 

64-58(W) 

58-57(W) 

56-51(W) 

65-60(W) 

70-69(W) 

47-69(L) 

59-7 1(L) 

72-51(W) 

71-59(W) 

49-70(L) 

57-59(L) 

68-70(L) 

72-75(L) 20T 

71-51(W) 



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snn State Harrisburg 

[abrini 

[ivernia 

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IDU-Florham 

Tcadia 

'.Ibright 

'ycoming 

ilessiah 

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UNY-Cortland 
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63-68(L) 

61-53(W) 

70-78(L) 

68-72(L) 

76-72(W) 

64-7 5(L) 

108-53(W) 

101-92(W) 

72-63(W) 

81-87(L) 

101-72(W) 

72-76(L) 

76-69(W) 

70-72(L) 

57-59(L) 

54-56(L) 

75-68(W) 

72-63(W) 

65-75(L) 

53-70(L) 

74-78(L) 

69-68(W) 

85-75(W) 

49-69(L) 

76-70(W) 



By: Ryan Zvorsky '09 

The Dutchmen finished the 2008-09 campaign with a 
12-13 record, going 4-8 in Commonweahh Conference 
play under 1 5th-year Head Coach Brad McAlester. 
Lebanon Valley had a strong duo in the ft-ontcourt 
during the season in two-guard Kyle Enoch '09 and 
point guard Joe Meehan '12. Both players earned 
postseason awards, as Enoch was named a member of 
the First-Team All-Commonwealth Conference team. 
Meehan also shined, being named the conference's 
Rookie of the Year. Enoch, a four-year member of the 
team, finished his superb career with 1,188 points, 
sitting in 1 7th place in program history. He averaged 
16.9 points per game in his 25 starts on the floor. 
Leading the team with 422 points, Enoch also led LVC 
in steals (52), minutes (859), field goals (143), and 
three pointers (66). Meehan, starting at point guard 
three games into the season, finished fourth in points 
scored per game with 9.1. Not only a scorer, Meehan 
was able to feed his teammates, dishing the ball 118 
times, which was a team-best. 

Two other seniors saw significant playing time off the 
bench for McAlester in their fourth and final seasons. 
Dustin Kerns '09 and Eric Humphrey '09 both played 
in all 25 games. Kerns averaged 3.2 points per game, 
making 21 field goals and 36 free throws. Humphrey 
averaged 5.9 points per game while bringing down 106 
rebounds and blocking a team-best 23 shots. 





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LVC SWIMMING 

By: Laurel Klappholz '10 

Both The Lebanon Valley College men's and womens 
swimming team fell short of success at the team level 
for the 2008-2009 season. Both teams were successful 
on the individual level. Under the leadership from 
senior captain Kevin Carney, the men's team finished 
the season with a 6-7 record. Senior Kevin Carney, 
Junior Johnny Schoenberger, Sophmore Tony 
Shipkowski and Jeff Bush aided the men. Many records 
were broken in 2008-09, including Carney's three 
records, shattering his previous records. Carney, Bush, 
Schoenberger, and freshman Ryan Humphries along 
with John Heenan 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 captain Lauren 
Horst led the women. Four records fell this year. 
Horst broke the only individual record in the 1,000 
yard freestyle and was part of two record breaking 
relays. Three relay records fell this year. Lisa 
Neithamer, Ally Birli, Tina Schreiner, and freshman 
Kelsey Sherman were part of record breaking relays. 
Other notable athletes turning in outstanding seasons 
were Junior Niethamer, and Sophmore Ashten 
O'Brien, Birli, and freshman Alex Hockley. LVC 
ended the season by competing at the MAC 
Championships on February 13-15. The men's team 
finished sixth and the women's team finished ninth. 





MEN'S 

King's 

Albright 

Ursinus 

Susquehanna 

Cabrini 

Drew 

Elizabethtown 

Misericordia 

Lycoming 

Widener 

FDU-Florham 

Arcadia 

Messiah 

WOMEN'S 

King's 

Albright 

Ursinus 

Susquehanna 

Cabrini 

Drew 

Elizabethtown 

Misericordia 

Lycoming 

Widener 

FDU-Florham 

Arcadia 

Messiah 



2008-09 Schedule 

116-89(W) 

91-104(L) 

77-1 15(L) 

81-105(L) 

124-78(W) 

110-76(W) 

113-79{W) 

73-128(L) 

107-146(L) 

77-108(L) 

145-32(W) 

112-69(W) 

98-1 05(L) 

115-89(W) 
83-1 13(L) 
69-1 30(L) 
78-1 16(L) 
94-109(L) 
107-91(W) 
87-1 12(L) 
67-1 35(L) 
88-141(L) 
83-1 2 6(L) 
99-1 00(L) 
112-77(W) 
119-85(W) 



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LVC INDOOR - OUTDOOR 
TRACK & FIELD 



By: Ryan Zvorsky '09 

Under the leadership of first-year Head Coach 
MeHssa Weidler, the Lebanon Valley College 
indoor and outdoor track and field teams found 
consistency in the 2008-09 season. At the 2009 
MAC Indoor Championships at Lehigh University 
on Feb. 28, four individuals were crowned 
champions. For the men, sophomore Zach Bleiler 
finished first in the weight throw with a distance of 
52-1 % feet. Classmate Michael Landshof also 
impressed at the event, finishing first in the pole 
vault with a distance of 14-0. For the women, 
sophomore Jenn Cronin did something that no 
other runner had done at the event in program 
history: ran to a first-place finish in the 
5,000-meter. She did so in just 18:24.08, clipping 
24 seconds off" of her LVC record. Cronin teamed 
up with juniors Megan Long and Lauren Johnson 
along with sophomore Tiffany Fredrick to place 
first in relay competition with a time of 1 2:52. 1 1 . 
Freshman sprinter Johanna Walker was named 
MAC Women's Rookie of the Meet. At the 2009 
MAC Outdoor Championships on May 2, Bleiler 
notched the men's field co-athlete of the year 
accolade with Walker posting rookie of the year 
honors. The women finished fourth at the 
championships, carding 90 points. On the other 
hand, the men finished fifth with 85 points. 



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LVC BASEBALL 

By: Steve Wisner '09 

Despite a disappointing finish in the Commonwealth 
Conference play-offs, the LVC baseball team had an 
impressive season in 2009. 

The team was picked to finish dead-last in the division 
after failing to capture a conference win last season, 
but the Valley took that as a challenge and finished the 
regular season as the number two-seed. The 
Dutchmen's record on the year was 19-21-1, but they 
had an impressive 1 0-5 record in conference due to 
some impressive individual efforts on the season. For 
their success, first baseman Joe Soupik '09 and pitcher 
Brian Miller ' 1 2 received first team all conference 
honors. Soupik was dominant at the plate this season 
with a .300 batting average while slamming 8 home 
runs and driving in 45. He also posted an impressive 
1.039 OPS. From the hill, Miller pitched to a team 
leading 4.79 ERA in his rookie year. Short-stop Colt 
Zarilla ' 1 2 and outfielder Grant Wiest ' 1 received 
second-team honors for the team that exceeded all 
expectations for the season. 




Colt Zarilla '12 



2009 Schedule 


Alvernia 


7-1 1(L) 




10-17(L) 




4-1 5(L) 


Kenyon 


I-IO(L) 




6-1 1(L) 


Marywood 


6-4(W) 




9-16(L) 


Neumann 


8-6(W) 


Martin Luther 


3-2(W) 




18-4(W) 


Muhlenberg 


5-6(L) 


Frostburg State 


0-1 2(L) 


Lancaster Bible 


12-0(W) 




15-0(W) 


DeSales 


5-8(L) 


King's 


14-8(W) 


Dickinson 


2-1 2(L) 


Penn State Harrisbur 


-g 2-l(W) 




4-1 5(L) 


SUNY Oneonta 


4-1 8(L) 


Ursinus 


lO-lO(T) 


Messiah 


5-4(W) 




4-l(W) 




7-6(W) 


York 


0-4(L) 


Widener 


14-1 1(W) 




6-7(L) 




7-5(W) 




2-16(L) 


Albright 


3-8(L) 




7-4(W) 




11-2(W) 


Arcadia 


ll-lO(W) 




9-1 0(L) 




16-14(W) 


McDaniel 


5-6(L) 


Elizabethtown 


3-4(L) 




10-5(W) 




1-1 6(L) 




1-1 2(L) 


Gettysburg 


11-13(L) 



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LVC WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 



By: Sherae Jones '1 1 

There is one word to describe the Women's Softball 
Team at Lebanon Valley College: DOMINATE! That's 
right the women's Softball team has been dominate all 
season long. A young team consisting of just one 
senior, four juniors, seven sophomores and five 
freshman, have been able to get the work done this 
season. Their success has been a result of their 
teamwork, hard work and skills. In just her second 
season here at the Valley, sophomore Val Malizzia has 
proven herself to be one of the best pitchers in the 
conference. She has earned the honor of being 
Cominonwealth Conference Pitcher of the Week four 
out of five weeks. Her outstanding performances each 
game has helped contribute to the team's success. The 
team's record is 20-8 overall has remained perfect in 
the commonwealth conference at 6-0. As the regular 
season begins to wind down, the team hopes to repeat 
last season and better it at the same time, by going to 
the NCAA tournament, in hopes of winning the 
National Championship. 




Pitcher Val Malizzia ' 1 1 



2009 Schedule 


Anna Maria 


7-0(W) 


John Carroll 


6-4(W) 


Northland 


14-0(W) 


Clark 


3-0(W) 


Ohio Northern 


3-1 1(L) 


Moravian 


1-1 1(L) 




3-l(W) 




1-4(L) 


Grand Valley State 


4-8(L) 


St. Joseph's 


3-4(L) 


Albright 


6-3(W) 




6-3(W) 


Lycoming 


4-0(W) 




ll-O(W) 


Juniata 


l-O(W) 




7-6(W) 


DeSales 


O-l(L) 




5-0(W) 


Gettysburg 


4-0(W) 




12-4(W) 


Elizabethtown 


5-2(W) 




9-l(W) 


Delaware Valley 


6-0(W) 




6-0(W) 


Susquehanna 


1-2(L) 




5-2(W) 


Kean 


4-0(W) 




3-1 1(L) 


Messiah 


1-2(L) 




1-2(L) 




5-6(L) 


Arcadia 


2-0(W) 




l-O(W) 


Wilkes 


2-5(L) 




6-2(W) 


Widener 


O-l(L) 




l-O(W) 




l-O(W) 




5-6(L) 


University of Scranton 


3-0(W) 




7-2(W) 



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The 2009 Women's Softball Team 





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LVC Golf 




Mike Krajnik '09 




By: Ryan Zvorsky '09 

For the Lebanon Valley College men's golf team, 
home-field advantage took effect as the five-man White 
team finished second in the annual LVC Spring 
Invitational. Out of the 19 teams hitting the links at the 
Lebanon Country Club on Monday, April 6, the 
Dutchmen under 20th-year Head Coach Lou 
Sorrentino '54 shot a season-low 323 with three men 
placing in the top 25 of the 97-man field. Leading LVC 
on the afternoon were Charlie Fisher '09 and Steve 
Garby '10, both carding an 80 to finish tied for 14th 
place. Brian Moskevich '12 finished just one stroke 
behind Fisher and Garby, shooting an 8 1 to place 1 8th 
in the field. Four-year golfer Mike Krajnik '09 finished 
24th in the field, posting an 82 on the par-72 
course.Lebanon Valley's Blue Team finished 15th on 
the day, led by Matt Becker '12 and his 86. On an 
individual note, LVC's Matt Staub '10 carded an 86 at 
his first collegiate tournament. On Thursday, April 9, 
the Dutchmen struggled at the Elizabethtown Blue Jay 
Classic and placed 1 8th out of a possible 1 9 teams at the 
Hershey Country Club East Course.Jablonski led the 
Valley on the par-71 course, shooting an 85, while 
Fisher, Garby, Krajnik, and Matt Snyder '1 1 finished 
out the scoring. Fisher carded an 86 with Garby and 
Krajnik following with an 87 and 88 respectively. 
Snyder rounded out the scoring with an 89. 



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LVC MEN'S TENNIS 

By: Jared Zeigler '09 

The 2009 Men's Tennis Team consisted of Matt 
Grodzinksi, Jared Zeigler, Tom Neckelmann, Brad 
Sweigert, Jon Gingrich, Andrew Levin, Kyle Kahl, 
Matt Garber, and Matt Hotchkiss. They were coached 
by Cliff Myers, Joy Graeff, and Dave Remsburg. 
Within the conference, the team succeeded against 
Arcadia, Lycoming, and Albright, but fell to its two 
largest rivals, Elizabethtown and Messiah. Following 
those disappointing losses, the team arrived at playoffs 
as a third seed, where it triumphed over Messiah and 
Elizabethtown to win the Commonwealth Conference 
Championship. The team's graduating seniors included 
Jared Zeigler and Andrew Levin. The Lebanon Valley 
Men's Tennis Team was thrilled to achieve this victory 
under Cliff Myers and they will return next year 
looking to defend their title. 



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Schedul 


Susquehanna 


5-4(W) 


Juniata 


1-8(L) 


Augustana 


2-7(L) 


Methodist 


1-8(L) 


Grand Rapids 


4-5(L) 


Catholic 


6-3(W) 


Neumann 


3-6(L) 


Marywood 


8-l(W) 


Cabrini 


7-2(W) 


Penn State Harrisburg 


6-3(W) 


Arcadia 


9-0(W) 


Elizabethtown 


3-6(L) 




5-4(W) 


Lycoming 


6-3(W) 


Messiah 


4-5(L) 




5-2(W) 


Albright 


9-0(W) 


King's 


7-2(W) 




Matt Grodzinski ' 1 1 




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Andrew Levin '09 



Jon Gingrich ' 1 




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GREEK LIFE 



The Dutchman takes a whack at 
AST's Car Smash at ValleyFest. 





Sophomore Megan 
Escobar of AST competes 
during Greek Week. 



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letter, 




The TKE Brothers compete during a 
match of tug-of-war during Greek Week. 




Senior Alex Hess of Philo hurdles a 
table during Greek Week festivities. 



Greeks 

do 

it 
better. 



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service rraierniiies 




Colors: Blue and Gold 

Open Motto: Be a Leader, Be 
a Friend, Be of Service 

APO is a national co-ed 
service fraternity and one of 
the largest collegiate 
fraternities nationwide. LVC 
has played host to the Nu 
Delta chapter since 1960. 
This fraternity has a close 
connection with the Boy 
Scouts of America. Their 
mission and purpose is to 
develop leadership, to 
promote friendship and to 
provide service to humanity. 




Sisters relax during the 2009 
Relay for Life. 




Sisters at 2009 Relay for Life. 



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Alpha Phi Omega 
"APO" 




Jessica Riley and 

Jimmy Kroll, Little 

and Big Brothers. 




The brothers of APO 

pose after their 
routine cleaning of the 
Annville Fire *- 

Department trucks. 



Brothers: John Endres, Kate Sullivan, Mary Auker, Melissa 
Weidensaul, Matthew Mumber, James Kroll, Andrew Cannon, 
Garrett Palowitch, Hung Vo, Jennifer Fontanez, Niaomi Lugo, 

Megan Hipszer, Colleen Delaney, Sara Piasecki, Emily 

Tranbaugh, Alison Reed, Britany Nolan, Jessica Riley, Adam 

Abruzzo, Kyle Bourdon, Brianna Jones, Kristin Donohue, 

Brittney Knauss, Brittany Tobias, Brittany Janke 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 
"Gamma Sig" 




Sisters: Kate Sereno, Katie DeMario, Emily Berger, Jackie 
Kain, Jackie Klinger, Sarah Bechtel, Claire Styer, Julia 
Kenny, Allyssa Staboleski, Katie Hartman, Lisa Boyko, 
Kaitlin Miller, Christi Garrison, Vanessa Stoudt, Mary 

O'Malley, Kyi Simmons, Andrea Barr, Jess Hinkley, Molly 

Cruz, Alicia Brower, Lindsay Griendling, Kate Touhey, 

Lauren Train, Abby Irwin 




Brothers pose during 
Casino Night. 



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The Spring 2009 
New Member Class. 




Colors: Maroon & White 

Open Motto: Unity in 
Service 

LVC is the home to the Beta 
Chi Chapter of Gamma 
Sigma Sigma. Gamma Sigs 
can be found walking for 
various causes like curing 
AIDS and cancer as well as 
helping to clean up the 
campus or the streets of the 
community. The mascot of 
Gamma Sigma Sigma is the 
penguin. 



Music Fraternities 




Sigma Alpha Iota 
"SAI" 



Big and Little sisters Sara 
Klopfer and Mary Frantz. 





Sisters pose for a close-up. 




Dlors: Red, Black, Gold 

pen Motto: The object of this 
itemity shall be for the 
;velopment of the best and 
jest fraternal spirit; the mutual 
Ifare and brotherhood of 
usical students; the 
Ivancement of music in 
tnerica and a loyalty to the 
ma Mater. 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was 
unded on October 6, 1898 in 
)ston, Massachusetts. There 
e currently over 200 collegiate 
.apters nationwide. The 
otherhood is united by a 
mmon interest in music. 




Sisters: Kathryn Lewis, Jennifer Denis, Sara Klopfer, Lisa 
Roberts, Mary Frantz, Danielle Shughart, Becky Wetzel 



Phi Mu Alpha 
"Sinfonia" 




Brothers: Zach Aulenbach, Greg Boccuti, Eric Deatnck, Dwight 

Decker, Brian Dempsey, Carmen Forte, Phil Freeman, Aaron 

Glasbrenner, James Haraschak, Blake Harrison-Lane, Joe 

Heckman, Matt Howell-Clarke, Andy Jasinski, Chris Kazi, Brian 

Kerns, Mike Kudrak, Clay Michalec, Keith Novak, Brad 

O'Connell, Jonathan O'Neill, Aram Piligian, Pat Salomon, Matt 

Schaeffer, Jared Schneiderman, Keith Stoltzfus, Jeff Thompson, 

Chase VanDuzer, Brian Yanos, Jared Zeigler 







Colors: Red and White 

Open Motto: Vita Brevis, Ars 
Longa 

SAI is a national music 
fraternity for women that was 
founded in 1903. Locally, the 
women host the annual 
Marcia Pickwell recital in her 
memory and participate in 
many events including the 
funnel cake and lemonade 
stand at Valleyfest. The 
sisters represent a wide 
variety of majors and musical 
talents. 




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pose 


after band concert. 




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Phi Sigma Sigma 
"Phi Sig" 




Sisters Kendall Barbera, Elba 
Soto, and Jacqueline Murphy. 




Sisters: Ali McFadden, Amy Nordall, Kelly Minnix, 

Brittany Maley, Mindy Hoopes, Sarah Strouse, Amanda 

Semon, Brittany Hodge, Kendall Barbera, Libby Shaw, 

Casey Van West, Samantha Mohr, Amy Print, Jacqueline 

Murphy, Elba Soto 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

"AST" 



Colors: Emerald Green 
and Gold 

Open Motto: Active, 
Self-Reliant, Trustworthy 

AST was the first 
national social sorority 
on LVC's campus in 
1992. Ever year, they 
participate in Habitat for 
Humanity and enjoy an 
end-of-the-year formal 
dance with alumnae. 

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Colors: King Blue and 
Gold 

Open Motto: Diokete 
Hupsala, "Aim High" 

Phi Sigma Sigma was 
founded at LVC in 1996. 
Their local mascot is the 
giraffe. They donate can 
tabs to the Ronald 
McDonald House in 
Hershey. 




Jen Buehler, Kelly Danfelt, and 

Sarah Rish at the AST National 

Convention. 



Sisters: Amy Miller, Kimberly Danfelt, Megan Escobar, 

Kate Bentz, Ally Ortiz, Heidi Zeigler, Savannah Coombs, 

Holland Pintarch, Carolyn Agnoh, Kelly Danfelt, Sarah 

Rish, Ashley Hausman, Jen Buehler, Crystal Zakszeski, 

Stephanie McKay 




Sisters helping at Habitat for 
Humanity in Lebanon. 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon 
"TKE" 




This brother was showing his 

streamer talent during the 
annual Greek Week drag show. 



Brothers: Jeffrey Dresely, Steve Kurtz, Zach Strohm, Kyle 

Wagman, Jesse Gallo, John Grob, Anthony Good, 

CoUin Tanawath, Mark Thomas, Jeffrey Bush, Wade 

Fattori, Matthew Gryzlo, Drew Leib, Andrew Perdew, 

Tim Arthun, Ken Zyma 




Colors: Cherry and Grey 

Open Motto: "Not for 
wealth, rank, or honor 
but for personal worth 
and character." 

TKE has provided the 
Greek Council with its 
president for 3 years and 
has been key in the 
creation of fall pledging 
and a Greek house. TKE 
is creating a scholarship 
in honor of one of our 
founders who died early 
this year. 



Kappa Lambda Nu 
"Clio" 

Originating as the Clionian Literary Society, 

"Clio" became the first sorority on campus in 

1871. Now a social sorority, Clio focuses on 

quality 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 Night, and the Ronald 

McDonald House. 

Sister: Kristin Miller 



Phi Lambda Sigma 
"Philo" 

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Members of Philo show off their weightlifting 

skills during Greek Week as their taletn was to 

lift each other. 



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140th Commenceinent 
May 16, 2009 

Congratulations Class of 2009! 




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Speaker: Dr. M Jane Yingling, 

Associate Professor of Education. 

Address entitled: "A Celebration of Knowledge" 



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Lebanon Valley College Alma Mater 

V^erse 1 

To Thee, dear Alma Mater 
rhis ringing song we raise; 
\ song that's fraught with gladness, 
\ song that's filled with praise. 
We cannot help but love Thee, 
3ur hearts are fiill and fi:'ee; 
Full well we know the debt we owe, 
Fo dear old LVC. 





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Messages 



Maria Jeannette 

We are so proud of all your 
accomplishments - in the past 
and especially, today. 
Congratulations! What an 
outstanding achievement! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Stephanie Blanda 

Congratulations on your 
college graduation. As you 
pass this milestone, we are 
so proud not only of your 
many accomplishments - 
academic and musical - but 
also of you and the caring 
considerate person you are. 
Thank you for all the you 
have brought us; it has 
been a wonderful 
experience watching you 
grow and mature into the 
adult you are today. And 
now, on to grad school, 
and the experiences and 
further growth that it 
promises. 



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Love, Mom and Dad, Aunt 
Kelly, Uncle Mario, and 
Madison Luciotti 



Steven Wisner 

! Congratulations on graduating 
from college. It has been fun 
watching you grow these past few 
years. You've grown from a child 

[to a young man. I know college 
was a great time for you. You 
were able to be a part of a real 

I marching band, act in numerous 
plays, write for the school paper, 
and announce for the school 
radio station. You had a great 
time with the Disney College 
Program and have made some 
life-long friends along the way. 
Take what you have learned and 
move on to the next step in life. I 
know you will be a success in 
whatever comes your way! 






Love Always, Mom and Dad 



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Andrew Mike Shambach 
These years have passed so quickly. 
Thanks for entertaining us on the 
football field for the last 4 years. 
Saturday afternoons in the fall will 
never be quite the same. We love you 
and are so proud of your 
accomplishments . 

Love, Mom 8c Dad 

Jennifer Buehler 

As you begin yet another chapter in your life, may you 
take with you all the accomplisments that you have 
worked so hard to achieve. We are so proud of the fine 
young woman that you have grown to be. We hope that 
your future is filled with all your hopes and dreams 
and that you will accomplish each and every one of 
them. We love you very much and congratulate you on 
your graduation. 
Love always, 
Mom, Dad, &Josh 




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Patrons 



Thank you for supporting the 
Quittapahilla, Lebanon Valley College's 
student yearbook since 1915. 

Laurie and Anthony Julian 



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THANK YOU: 

- Ed Patrick Jr. and Taylor Publishing for guidance and 
production of our yearbook. 

- To Mark Huff and DaVor Photography in adddition to Herff 
Jones Photograhy for taking sports and senior portrait shots. 

- To Dr. Thomas Hanrahan, Anita Williams, Tim Flynn '05, and 
the rest of the College Relations staff for their kind support and 
expertise. 

- To Jayanne Hay ward '01, Director of Alumni Programs, for 
contacting seniors with important information. 

- To the Business Office for handling our tinances. 

- To the General Officers of the College for allowing our staff to 
continue to produce a yearbook. 

- To Jen Evans and Student Government for funding us to get nei 
equipment for our office. 

Our Staff 

Jen Buehler '09 and Megan Steffy '09, Student Life Editors 

Jake King '11, Student Life Writer 

Kim Danfeh 09 and Amy Miller 09, Greek Life Editors 

Lisabeth Wieand '12, Sports Editor 

Libby Shaw 09 and Allison Putt, Class of 2009 Editors 

Cody Shepp 12, Class of 2009 Staff Writer 

Brandine Williams '12, Photography Director 

Heather Meier 09, Tony Gorick 11, and Ben Waltz 11, Staff 

Photographers 
Ryan Zvorsky '09, Editor-in-Chief 

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