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JULY

The men’s and women’s

tennis teams each earned the

Intercollegiate Tennis Asso-

ciation All-Academic Award

for the 2014-15 academic

year … Pat Dougher ’15 was

named to the National Asso-

ciation of Basketball Coaches

Honor Court for the second

straight year.

AUGUST

Kelsey Harshman ’16 was

named to the Intercollegiate

Women’s Lacrosse Coaches

Association Academic Honor

Roll.

SEPTEMBER

James Hamm ’18 and Jacob

Miller ’17 both finished in

the top-20 to lead the men’s

cross country team at its

first meet of the year, the

Delaware Valley Invitational

… Bethany Richardson ’16

became the eighth volleyball

player at Lycoming to

reach 1,000 career kills and

finished her career sixth in

school history with 1,260

kills …The men’s soccer

team scored three times

in the final seven

minutes of the first

half in a 4-2 win over

Susquehanna in the

Battle of the Boot, the

team’s first win in the

rivalry game since

2011 …Meghenn

Jackson ’17

broke a women’s soccer

record when she scored

in her fifth straight game

in a 5-2 win over Summit

… Ryan Umpleby ’16 is

named a National Football

Foundation Scholar Athlete

… Hannah Rinaldo ’16

scored in the 83rd minute to

lift the women’s soccer team

to a 1-0 victory over Penn

College to win the Battle for

the Lumber for the second

straight year.

OCTOBER

Jordan Logan ’18 became

the first men’s soccer player

in seven years to post

a hat trick in a 4-0

win over Albright

… A school-record

nine members of

the softball team

are named National

Fastpitch Coaches

Association Scholar-

Athletes — Caroline

Lapano ’15, Nikki

Marianelli ’15, Katie

Pugh ’15, Ashley

Burger ’16, Chelsey

Poorman ’16,

Kristi Weaver ’16,

Kelcie Crabb ’17,

Samantha Fischer ’18

and Ashley

Schoenstadt ’18 …

Samantha Bruckart ’16

and Ashley Stover ’18

reached the

quarterfinals of

the third flight

of doubles play

at the Middle

Atlantic Conference

Individual

Women’s Tennis

Championships

…The men’s

soccer team

ended Messiah’s

52-game MAC

Commonwealth

winning streak with

a 2-0 win thanks to

goals from Abdullahi

Abdi ’18 and Kyle

Thomas ’18 … Blake

Bowman ’17 tied a

school record two

weeks in a row

by scoring four

touchdowns

against King’s and

FDU-Florham. He finished

the year with a school-record

18 touchdowns … Sarah

Donovan ’17 and Lindsay

Decker ’18 each posted

season-best top-20 finishes

to lead the women’s cross

country team at the Lebanon

Valley Last Chance Run Fast

… Jackson tied the women’s

soccer team’s record for goals

in a season with 15, as she

scored in the season finale

against Widener. Teammate

Jordan Lazarich ’18 fell one goal

short of the record for

the second straight

year, but the pair

led the team to a 9-9

record, the program’s

best since 2007.

NOVEMBER

Kyle Thomas ’18 was

named the MAC

Commonwealth Men’s

Soccer Defensive

Player of the Year and

Nate Gibboney was

co-Coach of the Year

… Jackson became

the first women’s

soccer player to

earn first team all-

conference honors

since 2005 …

Catherine Burger ’18

was named to the

second team all-

conference volleyball

squad after leading the

MAC Commonwealth

with 9.38 assists per

set … Karen Shaddock

was named the head

women’s lacrosse

coach after one year

as an assistant at RIT

and two as head coach

at Medaille …The

football team scored

22 points in a row,

including nine in the

last minute to defeat

19th-ranked Delaware

Valley, 43-42 …

QUICK HITS

The Lycoming women’s soccer team poses with “The Lumber” after its

1-0 win over Penn College.

Blake Bowman ’17

Meghenn

Jackson ’17

Kyle Thomas ’18

Nate Gibboney

Lindsay Decker ’16

Sarah Donovan ’17

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LYCOMING COLLEGE 2016 SUMMER MAGAZINE

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