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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:

Nishibun and junior men’s

tennis player Son Phan were

first-team selections in their

respective sports while junior

cross country runner Donald

Keys was a second-team pick

and junior football player

Adin Hines was fourth team

… Zach

Layser ’16

finished

eighth to

become

the first

Lycoming

golfer

to earn

all-conference honors since

2007, taking second-team

honors …The softball

team finished 20-19 overall,

notching its first .500 season

since 2005. Shady finished

the year with school records

of 24 pitching appearances,

146 innings pitched and 18

complete

games …

Hailey

Fricke ’18

became

the first

Warrior

in school

history

to earn All-MAC honors

in women’s golf, finishing

fifth at the conference

championships …Mike

Weber ’89

retired

after 28

seasons as

an assistant

coach with

the football

program

… Zackary

Collevechio ’16 finished the

season third in school history

with 23 combined wins after

posting a singles and doubles

win against Albright for the

men’s tennis team.

MAY

Jackson was named the MAC

Commonwealth Women’s

Lacrosse Offensive Player

of the Year after finishing

third in Division III in points

per game (6.65) … Lazarich

was named First Team All-

MAC Commonwealth after

finishing second behind

Jackson with 5.41 points and

1.82 assists per game … Ed

Dougherty ’92 is selected for

induction into the MAC Hall

of Fame. The quarterback was

a three-time All-American

for the Warriors, leading the

football team to the 1990

national championship

game …Morgan Kunes was

named Second Team All-

MAC Commonwealth after

hitting .398 with five home

runs, 11 doubles and a .663

slugging percentage for the

softball team, finishing in the

top 10 in the conference in all

four categories … Barger and

Conrad became the fourth

and fifth Lycoming College

wrestlers to earn CoSIDA

Academic All-District 4

honors on the association’s at-

large team … Jackson earned

second team all-region honors,

becoming the first women’s

lacrosse player since 2010 to

earn the accolades.

Zach Layser ’16

Ed Dougherty runs up the middle during the 1989 season. “Doc,”

Lycoming’s first freshman to start at quarterback, was selected for the

MAC Hall of Fame with the class of 2016.

Hailey Fricke ’18

Mike Weber ’89

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