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his junior year, the New Cumberland,

Pennsylvania native finished his career

with 1,363 career points, the 11th-most in

program history, and a school-record 181

steals, a record that stood for 15 years.

A two-time all-conference lacrosse

attackman, Cannon truly left his mark

as a senior, when he led all Division III

players in points per game at 5.69 in

2008, notching 47 goals and 44 assists in

16 games while leading the Warriors to

a second-place finish in the MAC. His

91 points are still the second-most in a

season in Lycoming history.

A transfer from Division I St. Joseph’s

(Pa.), Condello graduated as the only

cross country runner to earn all-

conference honors in every year of his

career. He earned three straight First

Team All-MAC honors, beginning by

finishing a school-record fifth in 1998 at

the championships at DeSales. In track

and field, Condello was just as consistent,

earning three all-conference awards.

From her first year, when she led the

Freedom Conference in scoring with 28

points, Shipe rewrote the school’s career

women’s soccer record books. The only

player in school history to earn three

all-conference awards in her career, Shipe

holds school records for career points (85),

goals (34) and game-winning goals (9).

From Williamsport High, Weigle

helped transform the Warrior defense

into one of the nation’s best by the time

he graduated. A two-time First Team

All-MAC defensive end, Weigle also

earned Honorable Mention AP Little All-

America honors as a senior while helping

the team lead the nation in rushing

defense.

Gibboney earns Curry Coach

of the Year award

Lycoming College men’s soccer head

coach Nate Gibboney received the sixth

annual Robb Darrow Curry Coach of the

Year award, during the Athletics Hall of

Fame induction ceremony.

Gibboney guided the Warriors

through one of the most successful

seasons in the men’s soccer program’s

57-year history, capping the year with

the program’s first-ever conference title

and NCAA Division III Tournament

appearance.

Gibboney became the first rookie

coach in program history to record a

10-win season, posting an 11-8-4 debut.

With a renewed focus on defense, the

Warriors allowed just 0.91 goals per

game, the fifth-lowest in school history,

and the team tied the school record with

10 shutouts during the season.

Athletic department

announces reorganization

To begin the 2013-14 academic year,

Lycoming College director of athletics

Mike Clark ’93 announced several

administrative changes within the

department. Women’s soccer coach Eric

Lewis and women’s basketball coach and

Senior Woman Administrator Christen

Ditzler have each added the titles and

responsibilities of assistant director of

athletics. In addition, Joe Guistina has

been promoted to associate director of

athletics from assistant.

The addition of two assistant athletic

directors came after a study of the

administrative setup of fellow Middle

Atlantic Conference schools as well as the

entire Division III landscape. It allows

Lycoming to put a greater emphasis on

the day-to-day athletics operations as

well as areas such as compliance and

facility management.

“I am extremely happy that Eric and

Chris have welcomed their new roles

within the athletic

department,” Clark

said. “Eric has

quickly become

an invaluable

resource in our

department. He

has a long history

with Division III

athletics and he has

previously served

as a compliance

coordinator, which

makes him a

natural fit for this

role. Chris is an

outstanding SWA

and she is someone

who truly cares for

all the athletes at

this school. Being

able to expand her role is something that

we feel is very important for the success

of the department.”

The addition of two

assistant athletic

directors came

after a study of the

administrative setup

of fellow Middle

Atlantic Conference

schools, as well as

the entire Division

III landscape.

Gibboney guided the Warriors through

one of the most successful seasons

in the men’s soccer program’s

57

-year history

Eric Lewis

Chris Ditzler

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WA R R I O R N EWS

Robb Curry ’71 congratulates men’s soccer

coach Nate Gibboney on his selection as the

Robert Darrow Curry Coach of the Year.