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auff has been a part of the Lycoming College swim-

ming community for nearly his whole life, most recently as

an assistant coach for Jerry Hammaker (photo right) and

mentor to our student-athletes during 10 of the last 11 seasons.

He grew up alongside the pool, often tagging along with his

father Mort, who was the head coach from 1960-1973. Jeff also

stepped in as head coach for the 1973-74 season.

Rauff graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and

worked as a partner with the Hartman Group for 28 years. He

and his wife, Chris, have a daughter, Erica.

His community outreach includes involvement with

the YMCA since 1983 where he has served as both a board

member and trustee. Over the years, he also has served as a

member of the Loyalsock Township supervisors, the Lycoming

County Housing Authority, North Central Sight Services,

Inc., the Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation and

Wildwood Cemetery.

Jeff Rauff ’72

ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR

AWARD WINNER

Jeff Rauff ’72 (left) earned the 2015 Lycoming College Alumnus of

the Year award this spring. The award is part of the annual Education

Celebration hosted by the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of

Commerce.

Alumni, parents and friends

donated an all-time high of

$4.9 million this past fiscal year.

Contributing to that achievement

were donations to the Lycoming

Fund, which also saw its highest mark

of more than $1.2 million. More alumni

than ever, 24 percent, expressed their

commitment to Lycoming by making a

gift this fiscal year.

We are grateful for the loyalty and

leadership of our supporters. Lycoming

wouldn’t be Lycoming without you.

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Thank You

FOR A RECORD-SETTING YEAR!

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LyCOmInG COLLEGE

wARRIOR CLUB

Every gift can be designated to a specific sports team, divided among multiple programs

or allocated to the Warrior Club General Fund, which supports all of Lycoming athletics.

Your gift is tax deductible and will be allocated as you direct.

For additional details contact Glenn Smith ’07, director of athletics fundraising,

at (570) 321-4455 or

smithg@lycoming.edu.

Enhancing the budgets of our 17 varsity teams

Supporting travel opportunities and needed accommodations

Providing equipment and uniform upgrades

Improving facilities and athletic initiatives

Recognizing team and individual accomplishments

Help ensure that our Warriors

have everything they need

to compete at the highest level.

WARRIOR CLUB GIFTS IMPACT LYCOMING ATHLETICS BY:

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LYCOMING COLLEGE 2015 SUMMER MAGAZINE