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QUITTAPAHILLA 



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in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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Q^uittapaFiiffa 2010 







North College Af^q 
Annville, PA 1 1 
(717>867-6100 
www.lvc.edu 



In Loving Memory ofNicott Gaiio 




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Krystina Siissick '11-. 
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We Will Never Remember The Tests We Failed. 
But We Will Remember What We Were Doing 

Instead Of Studying. 






David A. Adams 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 



Ellen M. Adams 

ACS CHEMISTRY 




Kristina H. Balogh 

ENGLISH 



Caitlin G. Baro 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Caitlin C. Bedford 

FRENCH 



Emily K. Berger 

HISTORY 




Nicole L. Bomberger 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Samantha Boss 

BIOLOGY 




Julie E. Adams 

BIOLOGY 



Jeremy Ansbach 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 



Christopher R. Avey 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 




Victoria T. Bartolomeo 

MUSIC 



Emily P. Bassett 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Sarah E. Bechtel 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Melissa D. Bianchini 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Sean M. Blake 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Danielle M. Blase 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Lisa M. Boyko 

MUSIC EDUCATIUN 



Andrew J. Brandt 

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 



Katherine J. Brodhead 

MUSIC EDUCATION 





Sarah A. Bronstein 

HISTORY 



Alyse M. Canciello 

SPANISH 



Christopher J. Clements 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



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Aileen P. Davies 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Daryl W. Buck 

PHYSICS 




Tiffany N. Caplinger 

PSYCHOLOGY 




Christa L. Cooper 

BIOLOGY 




Katelyn E. Davies 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Gina M. Buffone 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Ryan Burke 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Tiffany M. Burns 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Nicole A. Cliwastiak 

BIOLOGY 



Ryan C. Cicfiy 

ACTUARLAL SCIENCE 



Tyler L Cisarik 

BIOLOGY 




Kaitlyn A. Cordato 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Amanda E. Cubbage 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Kelly A. Danfelt 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Eric J. Deatrick 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Katelyn M. DeH'olio 

ELEMENTARY KDUCA I Ii)N 



Kyle A. Dellinger 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 





Christopher S. Delorenzo 

HISTORY 



Kathleen M. Demario 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Gina M. Dicamillo 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Daniel J. Dunlcelberger 

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 



Travis L. Fales 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



John P. Dimmiclc 

PSYCHOLOGY 




Michelle M. Dusel 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Patricia A. Fanning 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Melissa K. Demko 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Brian C. Dempsey 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 



Daniel J. Dibona 

PHYSICS 




Caitlin J. Douglass 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Sarah E. Drumheller 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Lauren N. Dubois 

AaUARIAL SCIENCE 




Rebecca A. Edwards 

ENGLISH 



Julie A. Enders 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Lauren A. Evans 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Heather L. Fell 

MATHEMATICS 



Monica R. Ferenz 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Mark D. Fersch 

GERMAN 





Tamara J. Fischer 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Molly J. Fitting 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Tracey A. Fortugno 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



Mary A. Frantz 

MUSIC EDUCATION 




Christopher M. Fulmer 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Christine E. Garrison 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Taylor B. Good 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Allison M. Goodyear 

ENGLISH 




Michael P. Fleming 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Hillary R. Forsythe 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Carmen J. Forte Jr. 

MUSIC BUSINESS 




Nicole M. Frederick 

ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS 



Jared T. Fredlund 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Kelcie L. Fritts 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Megan E. Gehman 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Danielle H. Gemmill 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Ashleigh M. Godlewski 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 




Tyler D. Graham 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Sarah L. Grodzinski 

ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS 



Michael R. Grysinski 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





Christina M. Gunn 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Rachel M. Hauser 

ACCOUNTING 



Kyle R. Himmelreich 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 



Marissa E. Horan 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Tracy L. Hall 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Ashley L. Hausman 

SPANISH 




Breanna M. Hinkle 

BIOLOGY 




Matthew A. Howell-Clarke 

MUSIC BUSINESS 




Tricia M. Halligan 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Matthew D. Harmon 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Kaitlyn R. Hartman 

MUSIC EDUCATION 




Elizabeth A. Heck 

MUSIC 



Kristin M. Hess 

PSYCHOBiOLOGY 



Emily E. Hewitt 

ENGLISH 




Daniel T. Hinnerschitz 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Neely B. Holden 

ACCOUNTING 



Cody A. Hoover 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Trevor E. Hudson 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Madelynn L. Hughes 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Allison E. Hunt 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 





Justin W. Hutchinson 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Mark A. Johnson 

BIOLOGY 



Caitlin A. Keller 

CHEMISTRY 



jaclyn E. Klinger 

VOCAL PERFORMANCE 



Huyen T. Huynh 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Jaclyn M. Kain 

MATHEMATICS 




Nicole E. Klahold 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Michelle A. Koetteritz 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Abigail L. Irwin 

MUSIC 



Munyaradzi E. Jalcazi 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Matthew T. James 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Emily N. Kantner 

ENGLISH 



Matthew J. Kartzman 

ACS CHEMISTRY 



Christopher N. Kazi 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Laurel B. Klappholz 

ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS 



Sarah E. Klein 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Jillian F. Kline 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 




Janey L Kozlowski 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Caitlin E. Krause 

ACCOUNTING 



Katie R. Krediet 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 





Alyssa M. Kreider 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Benjamin M. Long 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Leanne Mercadante 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Rebecca A. Landuccl 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Amanda C. Miller 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Saverio A. Longo 

ACCOUNTING 




Kimberly A. Merola 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Kristin E. Miller 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 




Thanh T. Le 

BIOLOGY 



Kaitlyn E. Leibman 

MUSIC 



Joshua J. Light 

ACCOUNTING 




Eric M. Loose 

CHEMISTRY 



Patricia L. Matter 

ENGLISH 



Marie J. Mehalko 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Carole J. Meyer 

ACCOUNTING 



Laura A. Michael 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Clayton M. Michalec 

MUSIC 




Philip A. Mitchell 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Samantha K. Mohr 

INDIVIDUALIZED MAJOR 



Yvonne M. Mohr 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 





Sarah M. Molitoris 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Cassie A. Moore 

HEALTH SCIENCE 




Jacqueline M. Murphy 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Nicholas A. Murphy 

INDIVIDUALIZED MAJOR 




Lisa M. Niethamer 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Jordan L. Notarangelo 

BIOLOGY 




Molly E. Orenstein 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Patrick J. Orndorf 

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 




Juliane N. Morey 

MUSIC BUSINESS 



Matthew T. Mumber 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Guillermo A. Munoz 

MUSIC 




Mark P. Naimoli 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Kyra L. Naugle 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



David R. Nazario 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 




Mary K. O'malley 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Colleen E. O'neill 

BIOLOGY 



Daniel L. Olsheski 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 




Allison M. Ortiz 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Jehlisah R. Ortiz 

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Maria C. Pagonakis 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





Ashley J. Peters 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Sarah K. Pizzuto 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 



Julie A. Reimold 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Eric D. Ruppert 

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 



Anthony S. Petrole 

BIOLOGY 




Amanda B. Pone 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Sarah M. Rish 

SPANISH 




Patrick P. Salomon 

ENGLISH 




My-Hang T. Pham 

BIOLOGY 



Sara H. Piasecki 

SOCIOLOGY 



Aram C. Piligian 

MUSIC 




Robyn L. Powell 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



Nicole T. Pulisic 

ART & ART HISTORY 



Jennifer H. Reilly 

PSYCHOBIOLOGY 




Kyle M. Romain 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Stephanie E. Romberger 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Zachary T. Rowe 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 




Kristen N. Sauder 

ENGLISH 



Jason E. Scala 

PHYSICAL THER/\PY 



April L Schiavoni 

ENGLISH 





Devin M. Schneider 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



John R. Schoemaker 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 




James R. Shinn 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Bethany N. Smith 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Kelsey D. Shoupe 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Megan E. Snader 

MUSIC EDUCATION 




Travis L Steedle 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Michael C. Stephens 

MUSIC BUSINESS 




John D. Schoenberger 

ACCOUNTING 



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Sara E. Semcheski 

ART & ART HISTORY 




Catherine M. Sereno 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Courtney E. Slack 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Lisa M. Slata 

PSYCHOBIOLOGY 



Garrett J. Slough 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Stephen J. Spotts 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Jennifer L. Staple 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Kaitlyn M. Staub 

MUSIC 




Vanessa J. Stoudt 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Shannon S. Streifeneder 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 



Sarah R. Strouse 

MUSIC 



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Claire E. Styer 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Melanle E. Tober 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Christa M. Vrabel 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 



Nicholas A. Wardle 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Diane E. Thomas 

MUSIC EDUCATION 




Lauren A. Train 

ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 




Kristyne M. Wagner 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Justin R. Weaver 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 




Stephenie V. Thomas 

BIOCHEMISTRY 



Jeffrey R. Thompson 

MUSIC 



Lauren A. Throne 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Erica J. Trapasso 

ART AND ART HISTORY 



EUzabeth N. Turri 

PSYCHOBIOLOGY 



Kristen E. Uhas 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Michael V. Wagner 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Megan E. Walborn 

HISTORY 



Amanda C. Ward 

BIOLOGY 




Kimberly A. Weinreich 

PSYCHOLOGY 



Carlye E. Weir 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Robert A. Weisner 

MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY 






Emily K. Welsh 

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 



Kendra R. White 

HISTORY 




Karen M. Windle 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



Michael J. Withington 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




William G. Wiest 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Amy M. Willow 

HEALTH SCIENCE 



Alexis N. Wilson 

INDIVIDUALIZED MAJOR 




Leah N. Worrell 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Bernard N. Yanos 

MUSIC 



Jessica L. Yoder 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



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Hormcominq 



Oktoberfest Weekend started off this 

year with a mesmerizing hypnotic 

show followed by a louder than life 

pep rally in Lutz Hall. In the following 

day's football game, LVC pulverized 

King's College outscoring them by a 

score of 40 - 14. Soon, though, it was 

time for the 2008 Homecoming King 

Charlie Fisher and Queen AUie 

Tierney to pass on their crowns to 

seniors Mark Fersch and Gina 

Dicamillo. Other members of this 

year's Homecoming Court were 

seniors Charlie Parker, Carmen Forte, 

Brian Dempsey, Melissa Demko, 

Kristen Uhas and Alyse Canciello. 




Eng Mark Fersch and Queen Gina DiCamillo 





Charlie Pari-vr.r & Melissa Demko 



Carmen Forte & Kristen Uhas 



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Above: The Homecoming crowd cheers on the football team. 
Below: Mark and Gina switch crowns & flowers. 






Brian Dempsey & Gina DiCamillo 



Mark Fersch & Alyse Canciello 



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Winter Tormat 2009 




Student Government Sophmore Planning Committee 



The 2009 Winter Formal was planned by 

the Sophomore class to the theme of 

"Hawaiian Holiday" and was held at the 

Holiday Inn in Grantville on December 4. A 

variety of students attended the event 
ranging from members of the freshman class 

to the senior class. The evening was a 

success as students enjoyed spending time 

with their friends and dates by enjoying a 

buffet dinner and listening and dancing to 

the music. 



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^ Dutcftmcn Day 

2010 




Students take part and delight in a contest held in the Social Quad. 




Students begin their race through the inflatable 
obstacle course. 



In the early morning hours of April 13, 2010, students 

were surprised when they were awoken by calls that it 

was Dutchmen Day, meaning classes were cancelled. 

After a campus-wide E-mail confirmed it, many 

students hurried through already thick humidity to 

Mund College Center to receive their T-shirts but were 

unpleasantly surprised when they were told that they 

would have to run to get their shirts from in front of 

the library instead. The T-shirts this year advertised the 

theme, "College: Not Today" and were inspired by the 

classic comedic film Animal House; the back of the 
shirts featured North College and a myriad of familiar 
LVC faces. Throughout the day, students took part in 

numerous activities including inflatables, a JELL-0 
eating contest, a showing of the movie Animal House, 
a Couples' Battle, and a picnic lunch and dinner. The 
day ended with fireworks and a toga party in the UG. 



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"Co(%e: 
Not Today 




Students model this year's Dutchmen 

Day shirts before contiuing their fun on 

the inflatables. 




Students enjoy the nice weather and 
activities outside of Lynch. 



Students from the Junior class gather 

outside the library while taking a break 

from the Dutchman Day festivities. 




A view of the inflatables in the Academic Quad 



Students battle on one of the inflonbies 



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Valley^'est is the Lebanon Valley s annual spring arts festival, hosted by Lebanon Valley College. ValleyFestis almost 
completely student run and planned, with the process beginning at the start of each academic year. 

This year's headlining band was The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, with the student band 
Against the Grain playing as the opening act. 














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Students competed against each othe.,, .. 
Shoot Out game sponsored by Garn'ma Sigma Sigma 



Its enjoyed many Carnival games located in the 

Academic Quad inclduing a pie-throwing station i 




sized inflatable obstacle course' 



study 



Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to immerse tliemselves in diverse 

cultures abroad and in-state. Students can choose to attend one of eleven partner 

universities located in other countries — including but not limited to Australia, 

Germany, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, England and Greece. If a student is interested in 

the hustle and bustle of city-life, they can even "study abroad" at universities in 

Philadelphia and Washington, D.G. LVC offers ample study abroad opportunities and 

students return to campus with enriched experiences. 




A group photo of students studying m New Zealand at Hobbiton, where Lord of the 
Rings hobbit scenes were filmed. The big tree in the background is the party tree 

from the first movie. 





Lauren DuBois standing 
on the Prime Meridian 



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Aleka Liazis in a vineyard outside Athens was given 
the opportunity to go pick grapes like Athenians 



Abroad 




New Zealand 




New Zealand 



London 



London 





and Buckie 



Wig and Buckle had a full 2009-2010 
season with successful performances of 
four shows, instead of the usual three. 
Fall semester featured David 
Lindsay-Abaire's play Rabbit Hole 
directed by Arlene Reiter and Sarah 
Ruhl's play Dead Man 's Cell Phone 
directed by Dr. Kevin Pry. For Dead 
MahTCell Phone, Wig and Buckle 
collaborated with the English 204 
Theater Production and Performance 
class that produces^ full length play for 
its main project. This collaboration 
occurs every other fall semester when 
the class is offered. The spring 
semester featured Elton John and Tim 
Rice's musical Aida directed by Sean 
Deffley and William Shakespeare's The 
Taming of the Shrew directed by Karen 
Oulahan. 




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Taming of the Shrew. 



Matt Smith, Ashley Conzelmann, Ben Waltz, and Blake 
Harrison-Lane perform in The Taming of the Shrew. 



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Melissa Zellner answers QiFd^ man's (Eric 
Mansilla) cell phone. 



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Ryan Cagno sings while Leanne Mercadante 
listens in Aida. 



Kiley Lotz and Tony Gorick are deep in 

conversation and thought in The Taming of the 

Shrew. 




Margaret Taylor and Leanne Mercadante 
share a scene in Aida. 




Casif members perform a dance number in Aida. 



Melissa Zellner and Jenna Dutton touch up their 

makeup and b^cpme entangled in a dead man's 

life in Dead Man 's Cell Phone. 



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Student Qover 



Ciass 0/2010 




Front Row Left to Right: Alyse 

Canciello, Emily Berger, 

Michelle Koetteritz. -■ 

Back Row Left to Right: Mark 

Fersch, Katie Krediet, Ashley 

Peters, Gina DiCamillo, Alyssa 

Kreider, Spiros Anastasiadis 



Ctass of 2011 



Front Row Left to Right: Ashten 

O'Brien, Mary Kent, Tara Jo 

Neiheiser, Emily Hopkins. 

Back Row Left to Right: Jimmy 

KroU, Brad Snyder, Tony Gorick, 

Myles Miller. 




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Promt Row Left to Right: Katie 
Seigendall, Abby Wise, Luisa 

Perez. 
Baclf Row Left to Right: Wes 

Bensing, Adam Abruzzo, Heath 
Lettich, Ryan Humphries, Joe 

Jablonski, Lindsay Griendling. 



CCass of 2013 



Front Row Left to Right: Katie 
Wagner, Wiltssy Payero, Ashley 

Smith. 

Back Row Left to Right: Ciera 

Kalnoslci, Mi]<e Mellon, Nicole 

Buskirk, Mike Howard, Erin 

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Humanities during the 
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A.S.I.A. (Asian Society in Action) 
allows its members to make new 

friends, try new things, and 

experience a number of different 

cultures. Activities include: 

making origami, partaking in a 

potluck dinner, movie nights, 

attending an annual conference and 

taking trips to places such as 

Philadelphia and Washington D.C. 

A.S.l.A's regular meetings usually 

involve a fun activity such as 

calligraphy or learning the basics of 

a different language. 



The mission of the Accounting Club 
is to provide accounting students the 
opportunity to learn about different 

facets of accounting in various 

industries. Group members have the 

chance to interact with each other 

and current accounting 

professionals. Throughout the year, 

students are able to network with 

guest speakers from several 

. industries, such as: public 

accounting firms, governmental and 

health care agencies and the sports 

and private sector. 



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Audio Engineering Society 







AES is a club designed to furtlier 

audio education. Ttiey focus on 

education in live sound, electronics 

repair, studio recording, 

management, booking, and 

networking. Members also have the 

opportunity to provide sound for 

numerous events around campus. 

The goal of this club is to give each 

member as much audio experience 

as possible, so they are prepared to 

take on any job in the music 

industry. 



Chapel Choir is a student led 

Christian ensemble consisting of 

students from all majors. Aside 

from on-campus performances, 

they also travel around to local 

congregations and nursing homes 

singing a combination of 

traditional, blended, and 

contemporary works. 






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An affiliate of the American 
Chemical Society, the Chemistry 

Club is open to all interested 

students. The mission of the club 

is the professional, academic, 

and social development of it's 

members through participation 

in chemical symposia, student 

mentoring programs, and 

departmental-wide seminar 

series. 



CircCeK 



Circle K is an 

organization centered on 

community service. The 

organization participates 

in community activities 

such as cleaning up 

Coleman Park and 

playing Bingo at the local 

senior home. This year, 

they also coordinated an 

Easter egg hunt for local 

area schoolchildren. 



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The College Conservatives are a 

political action club that is dedicated 

to promoting conservative values on 

campus through different activities 

such as hosting various speakers and 

charity events. 



CoUegc Democrats 



The College Democrats are a political 

action club committed to working 

within the community to promote 

progressive issues, qualified candidates 

and civic values. They actively 

participate in local, regional and 

national elections by working 

fundraisers, phone banking, 

door-to-door canvassing and organizing 

college students. In the past, they have 

hosted such notable Democrats on 

campus such as former First Daughter 

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Colleges Against Cancer is a student 

organization whose main objective is 

to spread cancer awareness around 

campus. The organization is split into 

four main branches: survivorship, 

relay for life, advocacy, and education. 

CAC focuses on a different aspect of 

awareness every month. In 

November 2009 the Great American 

Smoke Out was sponsored by CAC 

and also the annual Relay for Life in 

March 2010. 



Cornerstone plans Friday night 

events, such as pizza and volleyball 

night, game nights, movie nights. 

They also plan two retreats for the 

Christian community. The big event 

that Cornerstone is planning this 

year is the 30 hour famine. 



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Council for Exceptional Children 

is a group of education majors 

whom try to gather together 

students with disabilities from the 

community and provide them 

with a comfortable environment 

to play in. Events include Winter 

Fest and a Valentine's Day party 

where students can color, read, 

draw and make crafts to share 

with their families. 



The dance team performs 

routines that incorporate a 

mixture of hip hop, jazz, and 

modern techniques at men and 

women's basketball halftimes. 

The main objective of the dance 

team is to entertain the LVC 

students and community and to 

support the basketball program 

as well as other school events. 

This is the team's first year and 

they plan on dancing at 

Dutchmen Day, ValleyFest, and 

Relay for Life. 






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established to promote equestrian 

activities and allows students to ride 

and learn more about horses. The 

club gives students the opportunity 

to participate in intercollegiate 

shows at all levels from beginner to 

open and jumping classes. 



German Club is open to any 
student interested in the 

German language or culture. 
Students do not need to know 
or speak German to become a 
member. We sponsor German 

films, parties, excursions and 

we participate in the annual 

International Culture Day held 

on campus. 



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His is a Contemporary Christian 

Worship Band whose objective is to use 

the gifts and talents that God has given 

them to glorify him. HiS performs both 

off campus, at local churches, and on 

campus during the spring semester. 



IVCF is Lebanon Valley's chapter of a 

national organization that is present on 

over 560 college campuses across the 

United States. It seeks to be a welcoming 

place for all students who are interested in 

deepening their relationship with God 

through Bible study, leadership training, 

and mission opportunities. Students 

participate in events at LVC and build 

relationships with students on other college 

campuses at cross-campus events and 

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wliose objective is to arrange 

group activities between LVC 

students and mentally and 

physically handicapped teens 

and adults from the community. 

The activities are designed to get 

these people out and about in 

the community. Some of the 

activities include playing laser 

tag and having parties. 




LVC Rotaroct 



LVC Rotaract Club is a service 

based organization for young 

professionals. Volunteer projects 

include the Pumpkin Walk, the 
Coleman Park Day of Service and 
fundraising for the Heifer Project. 

The main goal of the club is to 
place service above self. Members 

gain leadership experience and 

have the opportunity to network 

with local Rotary members who 

are successful business leaders in 

the community. 



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The Lebanon Valley Education 

Partnership is an organization 

whose goal is to encourage children 

from the Lebanon School District 

to stay in school and aspire to 

attend college. Students who 

qualify as partners in the program 

are matched with LVC students 

who act as mentors throughout the 

students' high school years. The 

program also offers tuition 

scholarships for LVC to the high 

school students. 



Mars Hill seeks to engage our fellow 

students in respectful dialogue about 

"hot button" topics related to 

religion, spirituality, and 

Christianity. Events include informal 

discussions, guest speakers, panel 

discussions and formal debates. 

Everyone, regardless of perspective 

or religious beliefs, is encouraged to 

attend events. Those who attend 

planning meetings are members of 

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group dedicated to spreading an 

appreciation of mathematics to 

students at the college, high 

school and elementary level. 

Math club connects students 

through a variety of events 

including the Math Olympics, 

the Math Quiz Bowl, and 

various socials. 



MBS Health Club (Mind Body 

Spirit) is an organization 

dedicated to promoting good 

health. The club does Yoga 

every Thursday, and they take 

trips to the health food store. 



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create a productive, professional 

atmosphere for prospective music 

educators. MENC hosts vi^orkshops 

covering a broad range of topics in 

music education; plans, manages, and 

implements a student-run band 

festival for local middle school 

students; and, participates in 

Children's Day with the elementary 

education department. 



Ministry Team 



Ministry Team plans the 
weekly Wednesday night 
church service. These services 
range from traditional and 
contemporary worship, to 
prayer stations, open mike 
night, and skit night. 








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Phi Beta Lambda is the official 

Business Club of Lebanon Valley 

College. Students are invited to 

participate in the PBL State 

Conference at the end of April. 

LVC Students compete with other 

business students across the 

nation in an online testing 

competition. In the past Lebanon 

Valley College has placed in the 

top three in several different 

categories. 



PhysicaC Therapy Club 



Physical Therapy Club is 
made up of students in every 

phase of the PT program, 
graduate and undergraduate. 

Being a member is great 

opportunity to get involved at 

LVC and involved within the 

major. We have participated 

in a number of community 

events and at the same time 

have worked towards 

developing our professional 

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The Physics Club participates in 
the Pumplcin Wallc and Relay 

for Life. The club also holds 
many fundraisers throughout 

the year in order to go on 

special field trips. The Physics 

Club has been known for its 

yearly challenges toward the 

Chemistry Club and hopes to 

have another victory this year. 



PHD (Praise Him with Dance) 

is a Christian dance group 

which preforms at local 

churches as well as the 

churches of our members. We 

do various dance styles such 

as lyrical, ballet, hip-hop, and 

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honor society, the society runs the 

Social Sciences Undergraduate 

Conference originally started by 

Kyle Ward in 2009. Psi Chi is 

involved in various fundraisers and 

community service activities, and 

often members participate in the 

annual Eastern Psychological 

Association Conference. 



SAFE (Student Action For the Earth) is a 

student organization that tries to promote 

environmental awareness on campus. 

They also promote conservation of 

resources around campus through 

recycling and conserving electricity. They 

co-sponsored the Recycle Bowl 2009 

against Harrisburg Area Community 

College and Gettysburg, sponsored Earth 

Week, and helped out with World Water 

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Servants of Christ, SOC, is a 

Christian service organization 

open to all students. They 

organize and participate in 

various service projects 

throughout the year including 

Operation Christmas Child, 

Appalachian Service Project, 

Relay for Life, a spring-break trip 

to Oneonta, NY, and various 

smaller projects. 



The Spanish club is a group of 

people connected by their shared 

interest in the Spanish and Latin 

culture. Meetings include fun 

activities such as movie nights, 

quesadilla socials, making 

pinatas, creating T-shirts, helping 

with International Culture Day, 

and trips to New York City and 

Washington D.C. 







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LVC's Student Pennsylvania 

State Education Association 

serves the campus's future 

teachers with opportunities for 

professional development. 
Members have the opportunity 

to attend education 
conferences, receive discounted 
liability insurance, and perform 

community service. Most 
notably, members organize a 

Children's Day event on 

campus for 200 local 1st & 2nd 

graders. 



LVC's Student Alumni Association 

(SAA) has a mission to "bridge the 

gap" between yesterday's students 
and tomorrow's alumni through 

programs that encourage a lifelong 
commitment of service between 

alumni and the College. The group 

works closely with the Alumni 

Office by participating in events, 

including Oktoberfest Weekend 

and the Lazin Lecture Series. These 
and many other activities offer 

students a chance to network with 
the college's alumni. 



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The Student Philanthropy Council is a 

small organization on campus that 

brings awareness to the student body 

about the importance of giving back to 
the LVC community as students and 
alumni. SPC also raises awareness of 

the impact the gifts of time and money 

given by alumni, parents, and friends 

have on enhancing the education of 

students as well as the future of 

Lebanon Valley College. 



Student Programming Board is a 

student-run organization consisting 

of approximately 1 5 members. 

Students organize campus-wide 

events, including the Coffeehouse 

series, the Friday night comedians 

and performers, and the Saturday 

Redbook events. Students have the 

opportunity to travel to a conference 

once a semester and experience 

events and performers. After the 

conference, students select the most 

entertaining acts that they would 

like to come to campus. 










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LVC's Alpha Zeta chapter of Beta 
Beta Beta, the national biological 

honor society, inducts students 

annually who have completed 
three semesters of biology classes 

and have maintained a GPA of 

3.0 or higher. The honor society 

engages in social activities, 

encourages community 

outreach, and supports research 

within the biological sciences. 



Valley Volunteers donate their 

time to multiple LVC events 

such as Open Houses and Day 

at the Valley. After completing 

a training sequence, Valley 

Volunteers tour prospective 

students and their families 

along with allowing their 

rooms to be shown to 

prospective students. If you 

toured LVC, you likely saw a 

Valley Volunteer room. 



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This committee plans the annual 

spring arts festival known as 

ValleyFest. Several 

sub-committees work throughout 

the entire year to organize various 

aspects of the weekend. 

ValleyFest continues to provide 

crafts, games and entertainment 

for both the community and 

students to enjoy. 



LVC Men's Volleyball club is a 

competitive team that plays 

other colleges both bigger and 

smaller than LVC. TheMACVC 

is made up of teams stretching 

from Williamsport, to 
Philadelphia, and all the way up 

through New Jersey. The 

Dutchmen are looking to build 

on a strong couple season which 

resulted in a playoff birth last 

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The Wig and Buckle Theater Company 

is a Lebanon Valley College tradition 

that was founded in 1935. It currently 

produces three performances each year 

- two plays and one musical. Each 

production is student directed and 

entirely student run. Membership is 

open to all students interested in any 

aspect of dramatics and theater 

production. Wig and Buckle meets 

every Monday at 4 p.m. in Leedy 

Theater in the Mund College Center. 

All are welcome. 



The Women's Rugby Club 

is an organization that is 

open to all female students. 

Rugby is a rising sport that 

is similar to both soccer and 

football. It provides the 

competitive spirit and 

togetherness of a varsity 

team but with a flexible 

schedule. We play matches 

against other college teams 

in both the spring and fall 

seasons. 



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WLVC is the student run internet 
streaming radio show on campus and is 

open to all students wanting to voice 
themselves with the art of broadcasting. 

The show schedule includes shows on 
politics, clasic rock n roll, power hours, 

techno, christian rock and more. 

Students hosts do interviews with local 

bands fellow students and faculty. It is a 

great experience and always a good time. 



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Back Row(L to R): Kierstin Levan, Gloria Slovak, All 

Brandecker, and Laura Bremmer. 

Front Row (L to R): Sarah Fritz, Margaret Taylor, 

Samantha Garner, Casey Goryeb, and Chelsea Acaley. 

(Not pictured: Sarah Herb). 



AST Sisters: 

Back Row (L-R): Ally Ortiz, Jessica Smith, Jackie Massey, 

Kelly Danfelt, Holland Pintarch, Kara Stanton 

Front Row (L to R): Ashley Hausman, Megan Escobar, 

Kate Bentz, Stephanie McKay, Sarah Rish, Jenna Button 





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money for their chapter. 
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Alpha Phi Omega Nu Delta chapter is a 
national co-ed service fraternity. Durthree 
cardinal principals are Leadership, 
Friendship and Service and strive to 
practice all three during our daily lives. 
We will be celebrating our 50th year here 
at the Valley on May 22, 201 0. During 
those 50 years here, we have done a great 
amount of service to the nation, 
community, campus and brotherhood. A 
sample of. projects we do are Day of 
Caring, washing the Gleona firetrucks. 
Special Olympics, Relay for Life, Central 
Pennsylvania Blood drives, 
entertainment/friendship to Renova centeF 
in Lebanon and much more! 




Brothers; Adam Abruzzo, Alison Reed, Alyssa Carter, Andrew Cannon, Andrevi? Worley, Antonio Coach, 
Brianna Jones, Britany Nolan, Brittany Janke, Brittney BCnauss", Chase Ferrario, Emily Lefin, Emily Tranbaugh, 
Emma Taylor, Eric Jacobs, Garrett Palowitch, Halley Washburn, Ian Miller, Jessica Riley, Jimmy KroU, John 
Endres, Kate Sullivan, Kristin Donohue, Kyle Bourdon, LeighalaTourette, Marissa Hernandez, Mary Auker, 
Matthew Mumber, Mel Weidensaul, Niaomi Lugo, Sara Piasecki, Suzanne Sullivan 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national 
organization dedicated to serving campuses 
and communities. Locally, they are 
involved with the Philadelphia AIDS Walk, 
Relay for Life, Adopt a Highway, and a 
variety of community organizations. In 
2009, the Beta Chi chapter was awarded 
the President's Award for outstanding 
service to others. 



Sisters: Callieiiive Sereno, Julia Kenny, Emily Berger, Sarah Bechtel, Jaclyn Kain, Lauren Train, Jaclyn Klinger, Jessica Hinkley, Vanessa Stoudt, 
Claire Styer, Marv O'MalleY, Kate Touhey, Alicia Brower, Andrea Barr, Kathleen DeMario, Kristina Balogh, Lisa Boyko, Kaitlyn Hartman, Abigail 
Irwin, Katharine Cusick, Stacy Ganley, Christi Garrison, Laura Heil, Kaitlin Miller, Allyssa Stabolesld, Kyi Simmons, Lauren Lebo, Lindsay 
Griendling, Molly Cruz, Jewell Wilson, Amanda Wise, Amy Poicha, Bethany Dunkes, Jennifer Koch, Hana Ernest, Katelyn Landes 



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Sigma Alpha Iota is a women's music 
fraternity that promotes programs and 
activities that stress the love and importance 
of music in daily life. The Delta Alpha 
chapter of SAI was started on May 20, 1 96 1 
at Lebanon Valley College. SAI does a 
number of fundraisers such as chocolate 
eggs, flower pens, and jewelry. 




Sisters: Danielle Shugart, Lisa Roberts, Mary Frantz, Becky Wetzel, Kathryn Lewis, 
Jennifer Denis, Chelsea Acaley, Alison Brandecker, Laura Bremmer, Sarah Fritz, Sam 
Garner, Casey Goryeb, Sarah Herb, Kierstin Levan, Gloria Slovak, Margaret Taylor 



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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional-acting 

social fraternity for men interested in music. A 

national fraternity, this organization has 

among its members some of the leading 

conductors, composers, and musical 

performers in the country. Consideration for 

membership is open to any male student in 

good academic standing with an appreciation 

for music. 

The Iota Kappa chapter, founded at the College 

in 1 960, has received the Charles E. Lutton 

Award for the best chapter in the province. 

Sinfonia sponsors the annual Reynaldo Rovers 

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' Jasmski, Brian Dempsey, Brian Kerns, Christopher Kazi, Aram Piligian, Phillip Freeman, Brian Yanos, 

for high school jazz bands, the Walter L. Smith g^ic Oeatrlck, Aaron Glasbrenner. Brad O'ConneU, James Haraschak, G. Blake Harrison-Lane, Keith 

Memorial Coffeehouse, and the spring musical Novak, Jonathan O'Neill, Sean Deffley, Scott Holman, Gregory Newman, Timothy Peters, Jason 

in cooperation with the Wig and Buckle Shaffer, Justin Weaver, Walter Choplick, Thomas Fitzpatrick, Tyler Garrett, Kristopher Hart" 

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Sisters: Jackie Massey, Kate Bentz, Kelly Danfelt, Holland Pintarch, Ally 
Ortiz, Megan Escobar, Stephanie McKay, Ashley Hausman, Sarah Rish 



Alpha Sigma Tau is a social sorority that 
was founded locally at LVC in 1 992. The 
sisters of AST are dedicated to their main 
service projects, the Pine Mountain 
Settlement School and Habitat for 
Humanity. In addition, these ladies collect 
carmed goods for the Ronald McDonald 
House, send cards to troops overseas, 
participate in Relay for Life, and perform 
community service to benefit the SPCA. In 
addition to all of this service, the sisters 
love to spend time together while 
promoting their ethical, cultural, and social 
development. 



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The Theta Tau chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma 
was founded at LVC in 1996. During the 
2009-2010 school year. Phi Sigma Sigma 
initiated 9 new sisters, and participated in 
philanthropic and social events on and off 
campus. Phi Sigma Sigma strives to create 
an environment that fosters the 
advancement of womanhood and the 
growth and development of each sister. 
The chapter is sad to see six seniors 
graduate in 2010. Once a Phi Sigma 
Sigma, always a Phi Sigma Sigma. 



Sisters: Samantlia Mohr, Sarah Strouse, Elba Soto, Jacqueline JVIurphy, Melinda Hoopes, Ashley 
Kneale, Brittany Maley, .Mlison McFadden, Amy Nordall, Rebecca Topping, Patrisha Harkins, 
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The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon believe 
in the ideals of love, charity, and esteem. 
Through our day-to-day lives we are 
committed to helping college students 
graduate from Lebanon Valley College. 
Graduates possess a comfort in knowing 
they will succeed at whatever they do in 
the future. 








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Brothers: Craig Giba, Matthew Gryzlo, Mark Thomas, Andrew Perdew, 
Tony Good, Mike Nesbitt, Drew Leib, Wade Fattori, Brian Farkas, Ken 
Zyma, Jesse Gallo, Devon Stutzman. 



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Rowan 


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Elizabethtown 


5-1 (W) 


Widener 


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Ehzabethtown 


5-2 (W) 


Alvernia 


4-1 (W) 


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William Smith 


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Shenandoah 


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Haverford 


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Franklin &Marsha]l 


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Stevenson 


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Albright 


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Arcadia 


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Gettysburg 


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DeSales 


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With the Commonwealth Conference Rookie of the 

Year, Caitlin Vasey, and two All-Americans, Shelly 

Lobach ' 1 1 and Jocelyn Novak ' 1 2, the Field 

Hockey Team had a successful season. The team 

finished with a 1 9-4 record overall, suffering three 

losses to Messiah and one to Mary Washington. The 

team reached the NCAA elite 8 before being 

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team that consisted of no seniors, 5 juniors, 5 
sophomores and 5 Freshmen were the Commonwealth 
Conference Champions for the second consecutive year. 

The team had an overall record of 31-3. They were 

knocked out of the NCAA first round by Mount Union 

3-1. Joelle Snyder '1 1 was named Commonwealth 

Conference Volleyball Player of the Year and three 

other players were named all-conference. Emily Perkins 

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3-1 (W) 


hiladelphia Biblical 


3-0 (W) 


/idener 


1-3 (L) 




3-0 (W) 


IcDaniel 


3-1 (W) 


owan 


3-0 (W) 


utgers-Camdcn 


3-0 (W) 


ork 


3-0 (W) 




3-2 (W) 


1 bright 


3-0 (W) 


ranklin & Marshall 


3-0 (W) 


abrini 


3-0 (W) 


icvcnson 


3-2 (W) 


ycoming 


3-0 (W) 


-cumann 


3-1 (W) 


ridgcwatcr 


3-0 (W) 


rostburg State 


3-2 (W) 


lessiah 


3-1 (W) 


Ivernia 


3-0 (W) 


usguchanna 


1-3 (L) 


iallaudct 


3-0 (W) 


eranton 


3-0 (W) 


lizabcthtown 


3-2 (W) 




3-2 (W) 


loravian 


3-2 (W) 


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1-3 (L) 



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to the ECAC South Region Semifinals, when they fell to , (r^ 

Penn State Behrend. Overall the team finished with an V 
1 1-8-2 record. Senior Justin Hutchinson was named first i^ 

team all-commonwealth conference and senior Mark i 
Johnson was named to second team all-commonwealth :i 
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The Women's Soccer Team had a rough season in 2009. 

The team went just 7-11-1 overall and 2-5 in the 

Commonwealth Conference. The team has high hopes for 

next season as there are 8 freshman, 8 sophomores and 7 

juniors returning. The team only graduated 3 seniors. Senior 

Emily Bainbridge and freshman Nicole Snyder were names 

second team Commonwealth Conference. 




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3-2 (W) 


Bryn Mawr 




2-1 (W] 


Scranton 




0-1 (L) 


Wilkes 




3-0 (W) 


Susquehanna 




8-0 (W) 


Haverford 




0-1 (L) 


Eastern 




2-1 (W) 


DeSales 




0-4 (L) 


Arcadia 




0-2 (L) 


Gettysburg 




0-2 (L) 


Alvernia 




5-0 (W) 


Messiah 




1-6 (L) 


Albright 




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The cross country team had a successful year on both the Men and 

Women's side. On the Men's Side Freshman Matt Nesmith was named 

MAC Rookie of the Year. Nesmith was also named to NCAA Mideast 

Regional All-Freshman team. For the Women, Junior Jenn Cronin 

qualified for the 2009 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship. 

She placed 56th overall. The meet made Cronin the first ever runner at 

Lebanon Valley College to qualify for Nationals. Five members of the team 

were named AU-MAC at the Cross Country Championships, Jenn Cronin, 

Matt Nesmith, Brad Sweigart, Megan Long and Amy Willow. 



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The Men's Tennis Team went 9-7 overall and 3-3 in the 
Commonwealth Conference during the 2010 season. They 

were defeated by Elizabethtown College in the 

Commonwealth Conference semifinals. The team loses just 

one senior, Jon Gingrich. Freshman, Ethan Grodzinski was 

named 1st team All-Commonwealth Conference. 




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Juniata 

Grand Rapids 

Augustana 

Eastern 

Marywood 

Penn State Harrisburg 

Lycoming 

Arcadia 

Goucher 

Eiizabethtown 

Alvernia 

Albright 

Messiah 

King's 

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9-0 (W) 
2-7 (L) 
0-9 (L) 
8-1 (W) 
2-7 (L) 
9-0 (W] 
2-7 (L) 
6-3 (W) 
8-1 (W) 
1-8 (L) 
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Lycoming 


8-1 (W) 


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Albright 


9-0 (W) 


Cabrini 


8-l(W) 


Alvemia 


7-2 (W) 


Goucher 


7-2 (W) 


King's 


7-2 (W) 


Susquehanna 


7-2 (W) 


Neumann 


6-3 (W) 


Arcadia 


5-1 (W) 


Messiah 


5-4 (W) 


Elizabethtown 


4-5 (L) 


York 


2-7 (L) 


Juniata 


7-2 (W) 


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1-8 (L) 


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spring season. They finished with an overall record of 
5-1 . There sole loss came from being defeated by y^'^^ 
University. However, the Women defeated MesS» 
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Commonwealth Conference Championship. Senior 
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The Women's Team saw their best season since 2002, as they went 
23-5 on the year. After losing a tough 55-60 In the Commonwealth 
j\ Conference Championship, the team still received an at-large-bid to the 
p NCAA tournament. They were defeated by Medaille College 63-64 in 

the 1st round. Head Coach Todd Goclowski was named 

^ Commonwealth Conference Coach of the Year and junior point guard 

I Andrea Hoover was named Commonwealth Conference Player of the 

Year and 1 st team All-Mid-Atlantic Region by d3hoops.com. Hoover 

and classmate Suzie Noyes were also named to the ECAC South 

All-Star Team. Hoover was 1st team and Noyes received 3rd team 

recognition. 



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87-68 (W) 


Franklin & Marshall 


62-59 (W) 


Ursinus 


56-82 (L) 


Lycoming 


70-67 (W) 


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75-72 (W) OT 


5«tadia 


75-71 (W) 




78-75 (W) 


McDaniel 


62-67 (W) J 


NYC of Technology 


94-66 (Wj fl 


New York 


63-65 (W) 


Alvernia 


60-61 (L) 




76-70 (W) 


Elizabethtown 


66-74 (L) OT 




79-74 (W) 


Widener 


65-66 (L) ^ 




70-62 (W) ■ 




70-62 (W) ■ 


Messiah 


63-65 (L) 




66-79 (L) ^ 


Albright 


63-68 (DOT ■ 




77-81 (W) ■ 


Wilkes 


65-71 (Lj ■ 


FDU-Florham 


57-59 (L) ■ 






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King's 

DeSales 

Drew 

Elizabethtown 

Swarthmore 

Misericordia 

Lycoming 

Widener 

FDU-Florham 

Arcadia 

Messiah 



W 87-106 (L) 
M 74-104 (L) 
W 86-1 12 (L) 
M 85-101 (L) 
W 106-71 (W) 
M 78-44 (W) 
W 130-82 (W) 
M 121-63 (W) 
W 122-57 (W) 
M 126-65 (W) 
W 92.5-1 12.5 (L) 
M 99-93 (W) 
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W 79-120 (L) 
M 73-121 (L) 
W 92-159 (L) 
M 75.5-162.5 (L) 
Wl 18-128 (L) 
M 93-108 (L) 
W 103-84 (W) 
M 94-76 (W) 
W 115-54 (W) 
M 104-91 (W) 
W 124.5-79.5 (W) 
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LVC SWIMMING 2009-2010 



The Men's and Women Swimming Team had a decent season in 2009-10 
going 6-6. This season the team qualified swimmers in every event for the 
MAC Championship. In the MAC Championship the women finished 6th 

overall with 21 1 points and the men finished 7th with 162 points. 

Sophomore John Heenan broke the 1 5 year program record in the 200 yard 

breaststroke, with 2:21:33, beating out Bob Twining's 2:22.66 in 1995. 





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Field team participated in six meets. Two athletes performed KQ \ 

JoP well during the Track & Field Championship at Smith's /J " 

College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Senior Megan t|CM 

^ Long ran a personal best 1 0:40:58 and earned 9th place in & 

the 3,000 meter-run. Junior Zach Bleiler threw 52-5 '^ to Qj 

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The Men's Baseball team completed a decent season in 

3 2010, finishing 22- 14 overall and 9-9 in the 

Commonwealth Conference. The team did not reach the 

Commonwealth Conference Playoffs. Senior Grant Wiest 

was named Second Team All-Commonwealth Conference. 

The team said farewell to Weist and Senior Joshua 

Muscalus. 



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MA. Maritime Academy 

Ferrum 

Marywood 

Thiel 

Martin Luther 

Dickinson 

Kings 

PSU-Harrisburg (DH) 

PSU-Berks (DH) 

Ursinus 

Albright 

Elizabethtown 

Johns Hopkins 
Arcadia 

Franklin & Marshall 

Susquehanna 

Widener 

Alvernia 

Gettysburg 
Messiah 



22-4 (W) 

2-4 (L) 

14-4(W) 

12-8 (W) 

13-16 (L) 

9-1 (W) 

12-1 (W) 

15-13 (W) 

2-1 (W) 12-10(W) 

ll-l(W) 13-5 (W) 

2-10 (L) 

4-l(L) 

2-5 (L) 

7-1 (W) 5-6 (W) 

5-14 (L) 

11-7(W) 

7-2 (W) 12-0 (W) 

8-4 (W) 

13-8(W) 

3-1 1(L) 

0-8 (L) 4-3 (W) 

4-2 (L) 

3-l(W)0-5(L) 

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Lycoming 

Concordia 

Rose-Hulman 

Jolin Carroll 

Augustana 

Ohio Nortiiern 

Marywood 

Juniata 

Lycoming 

DeSales 

Gettysburg 

Albright 

Elizabethtown 

Arcadia 

Moravian 

Kean 

Widener 

Ursinus 

Wilkes 

Alvernia 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Comm. Champs 



NCAA Regionals 



3-2 (W) 
4-0 (W) 
6-3 (W) 
8 (L) 
3-2 (W) 
0-9 (W) 
7-17 (W) 
7-0 (W) 
5-0 (W) 4-1 (W) 

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4-1 (W) 1-0 (W) 

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7 (W) 4-0 (W) 
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1 2 (L) Messiah 

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1 3 (L) Ithaca 
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LVC SOFTBALL 2009-2010 

The Women's Softball team seen their best season going 34-13 overall, and 

( ommonwcalth Conference. Despite losing in the Commonwealth 
Conference Championship, the team received an at-large bid to the NCAA 
regional. The lady Dutchmen finished 3-2 in the regional tournament, and 
were just one game shy of reaching the College World Series for Women's 

Softball. The women received the #2 1 national ranking and set a new 

school record for the most wins in a single season with 34 wins. This year's 

team graduated four seniors, Kristen Uhas, Caitlin Keller, Janey 

Kozlowski, and AUie Davies. 





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Albright 

Susquehanna Tournament 
Messiah Tournament 
Elizabethtown Tourament 
York Tournament 
Dickinson Tournament 
Moravian Tournament 
LVC Tournament 
Elizabethtown Tournament 
F&M Tournament 
Ursinus Tournament 
Alvernia Tournament 
Glenmaura National 
Collegiate Invitational 
Commonwealth Champs 



16th of 20 (348) 
14th of 23 (335) 
335-313 (L) 
13th of 14(353) 
12th of 16(353) 
14th of 16(359) 
5th of 8 (318) 
7th of 9 (344) 
9th of 19(335) 
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15th of 17(334) 
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During their first season back, the Men's Lacrosse Team 
struggled. The young team with 1 1 freshmen went 2-13 
overall and 0-11 in the Commonwealth Conference. The 

team defeated Mount St. Mary's (NY) and Husson 

University in the first two games of the season. John Haus 

'83 UNC is the head coach for the team. 




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Immaculata 

Susquehanna 

King's 

Widner 

Messiah 

Elizabethtown 

Manhattanville 

Misericordia 

DeSales 

Alvernia 

Eastern 

Lycoming 

FDU-Horham 



14-7 (W) 
12-7(VV] 
4-9 (L) 
5-15 (L) 
3-15 (L) 
3-15 (L) 
0-15 (L) 
5-18 (L) 
5-8 (L) 
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2-18 (L) 
7-9 (L) 
6-18 (L) 
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To Our Beloveff Daughter, Alyse^ 
We are so proud of you and everything you've 
accomplished. We want to thaiik you for being the 
wonderful, kind, principled and beautiful person that you "^^ 
are. You've been blessed with a rare gift- the love qf giving 
youfself and serving others in need. We love you for it. 
You're a determined yoing woman who, despite obstacles in 
your vvay, will perservfe and follow your dreams^ We hope 
and pray that )^our unique spirit and enthusiam lead you to 
a life of fulfillment and joy. We love and cherish you more 
than words can say. CONGRADULATIONS on your college 
graduation!! 
Much Love Always, Mom & Dad 





' Congradulations Eric on your graduation. We are so proud 
of all your hard work and acheivements. Graduation is 
both an ending and a new beginning. Out of each comes 
the beginning of something new. You are beginning a 
-hew journey in life, with new dreams and new Jbope. God 
has great things in store for you. Never settle for less thah 
His best. Rely on His guidance to prosper you, to give you 
hope and a wonderful future. 
Love- Dad, Mom, and Bubby 




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-Ed Patrick Jr. and Tayolr Publishing fd guidance 
and production of our, yearbook.^^' ^^ v 
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hotography for taking spirts and senior portaits 
snSts. _y -'^J 

"^Jen Evans for guidance as we transitioned 
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-Tim Flynn ro^, sports team photos. ^ v 
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Co-Editor & Sports Layout: 
LisabethWieand'12 



Co-Editor & Greek Life: 
Brandine Williams '12 




Senior Section: 
Madelynn Hughes '10 




Student Life Layout: 
Chantelle Simeone ' 1 1 




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Website Design: 
Jake King '11 




Student Life: 
AlyssaSweigart'12 




Sports: 
Jenn Davis '12 




Photographer: 
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Student Life: 
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Sports: 
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