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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:

2004

Natasha

(Simchak)

Edinger

was

recognized

by the Florida

Department

of Education

as a High Impact Teacher based

upon student assessment scores

from the past three years.

She was one of 273 teachers

recognized in Lee County, Fla.,

which has approximately 5,500

teachers.

2010

Holly Andrews

was awarded

the Navy and Marine Corps

Achievement Medal and the

Military Outstanding Volunteer

Service Medal at the U.S.

Embassy in Kigali, Rwanda.

This medal is awarded to

Navy or Marine Corps service

members who show exemplary

achievement or meritorious

service. The MOVSM recognizes

those members of the military

(active duty, reserve and

national guard) who perform

substantial volunteer service

to the local community above

and beyond the duties required

as a member of the U.S. Armed

Forces. Holly was the recipient

of the 2010 Bishop D. Frederick

Wertz Award and Class of 1907

prize.

Jordan Hollander

graduated

in May 2016 from the William

S. Boyd School of Law,

University of Nevada, Las

Vegas with an LLM in Gaming

Law and Regulation as part

of the inaugural LLM class in

that program. Jordan recently

joined the law firm of Genova

Burns LLC in Newark, N.J., as an

Jordan Hollander ’10 receives his LLM degree from Dean Daniel Hamilton.

Associate in the Employment

Law & Litigation and Casino Law

& Gaming practice groups.

2011

Kimberly Morris

became a

project manager at Geisinger

Health System in April 2015.

2013

Chad Tressler

of Montoursville,

Pa., participated in a highly

competitive internship with

the U.S. Marshals Office while

an undergraduate. Prior to

attending Lycoming, he served

in the U.S. Air Force for four

years and was deployed to Iraq.

Chad graduated this spring

from the University of Denver

with a master’s in international

security and a graduate

certificate in homeland security

and is planning on pursuing his

doctorate in security studies.

Taylor Anspach ’13 being assisted

into his white coat by Joseph

M. Kaczmarczyk ’74, DO, MPH,

PCOM Associate Dean of Clinical

Education.

While Lycoming College held

Homecoming on Oct. 1, 2016,

PCOM held the 2016 White

Coat Ceremony for the first-

year medical students who are

members of the PCOM Class

of 2020.

2015

Cody Barbiche

graduated

from the Maryland State Police

Academy, April 29 to become

a Maryland State Trooper. In

attendance were his former

wrestling coach, Roger Crebs

’87, Jean ’66 and Bill Bachardy

’66, Sam Batchelor ’15, Brian

Watkins ’15, who became a

Pennsylvania State Trooper in

March, Tyler Evans ’15 and Matt

Bloom ’15.

2014

Carmen Niemeyer

began two

master’s degree programs

at University of Wisconsin-

Madison in Fall 2016. Carmen is

concurrently pursuing a master’s

in the history of science,

medicine and technology,

and a master’s in library and

information studies.

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