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YHC

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Enotah 2014

Hic Iuventus Incenditur Here Youth Are Inspired

1 College Street • Young Harris, GA 30582 www.yhc.edu

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Special Recognitions

Who’s Who at YHC Dedication Pacesetters Yearbook Editors

Students & Staff

Senior Superlatives Seniors Juniors Sophomores & Freshmen Administration, Staff, & Faculty In the Classroom

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Student Life Residence Life Student Organizations Greeks

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Clubs & Other Organizations

Fine Arts

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Athletics

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Events Timeline August September & October November December, January, & February

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tudents who are selected for Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges must meet the following qualifications at the end of the semester: 1.) They must have earned a minimum of 90+ hours, 2.) They must have a minimum academic average of 3.5 without any honor code violations, 3.) They never have had any student conduct issues, 4.) And they must exemplify good citizenship, participation, and leadership in all academic and extracurricular activities.

Allison Arnold David Atwood Kelsey Britt Erica Brooks Shelby Brown Erica Lowery Allison Burnham Alexis Maddox Cassie Chupp Rachel Mason Melissa Conrad Adam Moore Kara Cook Yustin Nambo Todd Croskey Erica Neese Ashley Cross Mark O’Tuel John Daniels Brittany Olsen Travis Donahoo Alyssa Parks Alan Edmonson Sarah Pinson Emily Espy Oliver Pratt Rebecca Fordyce Elizabeth Pruitt Kaleb Garrett Sarah Puett Corbin Gilfillian Sarah Ramsey Breanna Gleeson Jessica Robinette Martin Harach Georgiana Sampson Kelsey Harris Arin Satterfield Ashley Johnson Hailey Silvey Lauren Johnson Ambrose Sleister Jordan Jones Alexander Spiegel Trenton Jones Jeffrey Stewart Joyce Kendall Hayden Verner Hana Kudela Jordan Wilkes Zackary Lovingood Coley Williams Alyssa Lowery Daniel Willis

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Dedication Cathy Cox President of YHC

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hen the YHC Board of Trustees elected Cathy Cox as President in 2007, our college was the so-called “best kept secret” in Georgia. Seven years later, YHC is a secret no more. Under President Cox’s leadership, Young Harris College has been completely transformed into a twenty-first century college as it has successfully transitioned from a two-year college to a fouryear college. As you look across campus, you will see new residence halls, new apartment-style housing, a new recreation and fitness facility, and a new campus center - all constructed to the highest environmental standards. Newly acquired college properties have been renovated and repurposed, enabling the campus and the academic programs to continue to grow. Admission into the NCAA has led to the addition of new athletic programs and many improvements to athletic facilities.

unprecedented growth in student enrollment. More than 1,100 students enrolled fall semester 2013; the seventh consecutive year of record enrollment. Some worried that with such a significant increase in the number of students on campus, the personal-touch aspect of our living and learning environment would be compromised. This President makes no compromises when it comes to student success. President Cox’s accessibility to students is well known across campus. Her door is always open, and it is obvious that she has a genuine interest in their lives, calling them by name as she walks the campus. She can be found at weekly Vesper’s services, theatre and musical productions, student recitals, art exhibits, and cheering on student-athletes at college athletic events. Not only does she support students by attending their events, but also she keeps herself available so that she can counsel students on their future plans and write them letters of recommendation for graduate schools or employers. She regularly invites students to her home for dinner and over good food “picks their brains” to find out what they like about YHC and to listen to their suggestions on how to make YHC a better place. Cathy Cox is very much a student-centered president. President Cox’s vision is for Young Harris College to be a first class four-year liberal arts college and to preserve the unique spirit that has defined this place since its founding in 1886. She’s doing that, and all those associated with YHC are better because she became our President seven years ago. - Teresa Hobbs, Administrative Assistant to the President

The number of highly credentialed faculty has doubled during this time of transition, and seventeen baccalaureate degrees and seventeen minors are now available with more degrees to come. Administration and staff positions have also been created to accommodate the student growth. Young Harris College is now one of the largest employers in the region. Under President Cox’s leadership, YHC has experienced

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Pacesetters Tonya Nix

Assistant to VP of Student Development

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onya is an administrative assistant in the Office of Student Development. In her position, Tonya is often the first line of contact for students and parents. Tonya excels in this role as she is friendly, kind, compassionate, and helpful. She always goes the extra mile in assisting parents and students to ensure that they are receiving the help needed. Further, Tonya is the “glue” that holds our office together. She is the first to offer to help and she goes out of her way to support colleagues and students, attending after hours events or providing assistance when needed. Beyond her willingness to help, Tonya also serves as a listening ear, mother figure, and mentor to scores of students. Her genuine kindness and concern resonate with all who know her. Brian Montgomery, a Junior, describes Tonya as “compassionate, intelligent, unselfish, and willing to lend a hand to anyone going through a life dilemma.” Above and beyond serving as a listening ear to students during the day, Tonya is an extremely dedicated advisor to Phi Alpha Phi, freely giving of her time and energy to attend meetings and assist them with programs. Tonya’s mantra is “we are here for the students” and she does everything possible to make sure that her work, as well as our work in the Division of Student Development reflects that mantra. She never hesitates to go above and beyond to make sure the needs of the Young Harris College community are met. She is an incredible resource, friend, and support to all those who know her.

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acesetter awards are given to students, faculty, and staff who are believed to be exceptionally successful in their day-to-day jobs at Young Harris College, whether they be students, teachers, or staff. To show appreciation, the awards are presented as a “Thank You” to these individuals for making everyone’s experience at Young Harris the best possible.

- Angi Smith, VP of Student Development

Clint Hobbs

Steve Morgan

VP for Enrollment Management & External Relations

Instructor of Astronomy

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acesetter is an appropriately named award for this recipient, who is known to every student who enrolls at Young Harris College, for he has been the driving force behind the College’s seven consecutive record-setting years of enrollment growth with his methodical, intensive, and focused approach to recruiting students to YHC. A graduate of Young Harris himself, it has been easy for him to “sell” the value of a Young Harris College education to prospective students with a level of sincerity, knowledge, personal attention and compassion that draws people to the College and makes him one of the most effective, and long-tenured, vice presidents of enrollment management anywhere in the southeast. He sets high standards for himself and his staff, he’s assiduous about training and staying abreast of trends in his profession, and he works non-stop – literally seven days a week – during the college recruiting season to assure that all parts of multi-faceted admissions and financial assistance processes are working for the benefit of YHC students and prospective students and their families. He’s also taken on an External Relations role for the College that plays on his strong ties to our local community. Without question, Clint Hobbs is one of YHC’s most dedicated staff members and he truly sets the pace for the entire College community.

r. Steve Morgan is a stellar example of a pacesetter, one who goes above and beyond the ordinary expectations of one’s job. As planetarium director, not only does he operate with ease some of the most sophisticated, technical equipment on campus, he does so with great dedication and passion for his discipline as he presents more than 200 programs a year to school children and the community at large. That’s not all. Mr. Morgan is always available to demonstrate mini-planetarium shows to students on visitation days, whether they be class days, weekends or holidays. Surely, some students have been recruited to Young Harris having felt the siren call of the beyond. Need something to do on a Friday night? Check the schedule for you may be in for a cosmic experience! You may even get the chance to visit the nearby observatory and view a celestial event firsthand. Did you know that you can get a minor in Astronomy? These courses are ever popular with Young Harris students who frequently comment on Mr. Morgan’s extensive knowledge, his contagious enthusiasm and his humor. The dedicated few find themselves fortunate to mentored by Mr. Morgan in a planetarium internship and under his expert guidance, learn how to operate the GOTO Chronos fulldome planetarium projector, the first of its kind in the world. In addition, Mr. Morgan actively engages in regional, national, and international conferences to keep abreast of new developments, making him an ideal teacher and community liaison. Young Harris College is lucky to have this pacesetter star!

- Cathy Cox, President of Young Harris College

- Dr. Linda G. Jones, Associate Professor of Biology

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Dr. Steve Harvey Professor of English

Will Skelton Student

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ew faculty in YHC’s 127 year history have set the pace toward excellence at higher levels than Dr. Steve Harvey. Not only is Dr. Harvey a gifted writer with several books and multiple published essays, he is also an accomplished musician, playing the banjo and guitar and singing with the folk group Butternut Creek and Friends. Perhaps, however, Steve Harvey’s shiniest gold medal should be awarded for his teaching. For nearly forty years, he has illuminated literature for thousands of YHC students and helped them to write clear, vigorous, insightful papers. His impact on a generation of students is immeasurable. Simply, mention Steve Harvey’s name to alumni, and they light up with reminiscences of his classes—of his gentle humor and quiet passion for words beautifully wrought. Those of us who have had the privilege of working with Steve Harvey are struck by his devotion to his students and the college and by his encouragement and generosity as a friend and colleague. Always a proponent of excellence and personal honor in the classroom, Steve Harvey leads the pack and sets a pace we can only hope to follow.

n the world of Theatre, the best actors and directors are observers of life who demonstrate a curiosity and craving to learn as much as they can about everything around them; in essence, they are Renaissance men and women. Will Skelton is one of those extraordinarily special people. He is a champion and friend to the underdog, a mentor to those in need, proud of everything he himself is, and a gentleman in the style of the “old school.” Performing and studying in local community venues long before coming to YHC, Will has been working on his theatre career for a long time, honing his skills, and making valuable contacts. He is responsible for YHC being introduced to adjunct dance instructor Shelley Gordon. When I was reticent to cast some students with whom I had never worked, Will stepped forward without hesitation to make recommendations regarding actors he knew who could do the job. I took his advice…thankfully! He is an astute actor, an impressive singer, a discerning director, and a student of the creative process who generously shares his talents with others. Will Skelton IS the paragon of what a YHC Pacesetter ought to be - always there for those seeking advice, needing a friendly smile, or wanting a word of encouragement. I am proud to have known and worked with Will; and because he leaves behind a humanistic legacy of focusing on “the way it’s supposed to be,” the YHC family is sure to feel the void when he leaves us in May.

- Louisa Franklin, Professor of English

- George Koller, Adjunct Professor of Theatre

Allison Burnham Student

Katie Earle Student

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llison Burnham will graduate this spring and she will certainly be missed greatly. Allison has been a fantastic representation of the women’s soccer program for the past 4 years. She has competed as a member of the women’s soccer team for all 4 years while maintaining a 3.89 cumulative GPA. She was voted by her team as a captain her senior year, a direct sign of respect and admiration of her peers and the coaching staff. She was also an active member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Allison is intelligent, kind, thoughtful, quirky, confident, and easy to talk to. I find her easy going personality refreshing. She is able to accomplish difficult goals and tasks and will never collapse under the pressure. Allison has been gifted in a variety of different areas. Not only is she a fantastic athlete, she is also a gifted artist. I know she has all the tools to be an absolute success in life. I am thrilled to have had the op-portunity to work with her as she has grown from a young girl to a con-fident woman ready to take on all the challenges the real world holds!

atie Earle is famous. She’s not just well known among faculty and staff for her willingness to participate, question, learn, and grow; it seems that students from firstyear to get-me-outta-here last year know and seek out Katie as well. She exudes that rarest of traits: living life in the moment. To be present while the one thousand components of college life swirl around you is rare, but to keep advancing at a brisk pace is a remarkable feat. No doubt her fame also rests upon another trait: she is sincerely and honestly curious and interested about the outside world, academics, institutional goings on, and other people. Regardless of the circumstance, when Katie is present, she is truly and fully engaged. You can see the wheels turning. Her bright eyes are focused, and then her head goes toward one shoulder. Next is the appearance of a tiny frown. This is the signal that a question, comment, or an observation is about to be issued. And those utterances are . . . something! Perhaps what matters most in Katie’s deserved status as YHC Pacesetter is that she is totally honest about anxieties and stresses of daily college life, but her determination and “can do” attitude reflects courage, which is not the lack of fear, but the decision to keep moving forward despite the fear. That’s why Katie is famous, and that’s why she is so rightfully a 2014 Pacesetter.

- Dr. Thomas Stearns, Associate Professor of History & Chair

- Kathy Brown, Head Coach of Women’s Soccer

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Yearbook Editors

Scott Dean Adviser & Photographer

Wade Orr Editor-In-Chief

Grace Patterson Graphic-Editor

Jerilyn Oquendo Photo-Editor

“I was within and without. Simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life.” - F. Scott Fitzgerald or the 2013-2014 Enotah yearbook, the staff wanted to create a book with a specific theme and an artistic flair. After we brainstormed ideas, “art deco” stood out the most. As a popular artistic style in the 1920s and ‘30s, art deco is known for its precise, sharp, and bold geometric shapes and vibrant colors. In its time period, it was predominant in the design work of household objects and architecture. Emphasizing the timeless art deco era, we placed black and white photographs on pages with art deco design work and fonts. Tying the 1920s in with the current contemporary time period, we incorporated filtered pictures with the monochromatic and color photographs. Overall, we wanted to create a book that represents the

past, present, and future of YHC. While the design work pertains to the past and the photographs relate to the present, the inserted quotes point towards the future. For a graduating senior the future is the most pressing issue in his or her mind. “Where do I go from here?” Our lives filled with the memories of the past and the uncertainty of what is to come. Many people can relate to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s closing statement in The Great Gatsby: “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” Fitzgerald concludes that instead of rushing towards death in the future, humanity is trapped in the dissatisfaction of the past. Unlike Gatsby, we don’t have to let the past determine the rest of our lives. We can take our individual and unique experiences at Young Harris College and apply them to our futures. From this point we move forward, not to repeat the past, but to succeed and find our places in the world.

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“Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.� - Langston Hughes

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“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson “How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in your life you will have been all of these.” - George Washington Carver “You can’t think forever. Sooner or later, you gotta make a move.” - The Governor, The Walking Dead

Knowledge Exploration

Incentive & Vision

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Senior Superlatives

Most Likely To Succeed Alyssa Lowery

& David Atwood

Mr. & Ms. YHC Emily Nichols

& Tyler Gunnin

Most Talented

Best Dressed

Brian Walker - Music Katie Freeman - Art Lauren Chamblin - Theatre

Erin Grable

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& Grayson Payne


Most Outgoing Taylor Davis

& Erica Neese

Most Likely to Make a Difference

CJ Fellows

& Emily Espy

Best Smile

Most Athletic Breanna Gleeson

Cassie Chupp

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Class of 2014

Kirsten Charnelle Anderson Psychology Elberton, GA

“ In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” - Anonymous

Kelsey Elizabeth Britt Early Childhood Education Douglasville, GA “ Not only for this day, but for all our years…..”

Molly Blaschke

Sara Beaster English Murphy, NC “ I’ll get there, if I leave everything but my bones behind.” - J.R.R. Tolkien

Communication Watkinsville, GA ”You see, the dreamers need the realists to keep them from soaring too close to the sun. And the realists, well without the dreamers, they might not ever get off the ground.” - Modern Family

Erica Brooks Business & Public Policy Watkinsville, GA

Shelby Maryssa Brown Music Education Calhoun, GA

“ Always pray to have eyes that see the best, a heart that forgives the worst, a mind that forgets the bad, and a soul that never loses faith.” - Anonymous

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“ Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” - Martin Luther


Allison Nicole Burnham Art Perry, GA “ Punctuate your life with Hallelujahs.”

Kendall Cain Biology Grayson, GA “ My favorite class was dendrology with Dr. Arnold.”

Lauren Chamblin Theatre Cumming, GA ““ The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” – J.M. Barrie

Britney S. Cheney Business & Public Policy Atlanta, GA

Cassie Chupp Biology Newborn, GA “ Maybe the greatest madness is to see life as it is rather than what it could be.” - Cervantes, Don Quixote

Will Clements Outdoor Leadership Statham, GA “ Some take the straight and narrow, a few take the road less traveled, I choose to cut through the woods.”

“ Insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result. In order to get something you’ve never got, you must do something you’ve never done.”

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Nina Beth Couch Biology Douglasville, GA “ I’ve never been a calm blue sea; I’ve always been a storm.”

Daniel Deas Business & Public Policy Alpharetta, GA “ Be good or be good at it.”

Ashley Renee Cross Biology Murphy, NC “ There are no limitations to the mind except those we acknowledge.”

Kelli Denning Art Blairsville, GA

” You may not always end up where you want to be in life, but you will always end up where you are meant to be.” – Anonymous

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John Daniels History Blue Ridge, GA ”The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter—it’s the difference between the lightning bug and lightning.” - Mark Twain

Marie V. Dockery History Young Harris, GA ““Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want.”


Katie Earle History Powder Springs, GA “ People will never remember what you say to them but they will always remember how you make them feel.”

CJ Fellows Biology Jasper, GA

“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God — not by works, so that no one can boast.” - Ephesians 2:8-9

Candace M. Edwards Psychology Trinidad & Tobago ”Hard work always pays off.”

Robyn Finley Early Childhood Education Atlanta, GA “The one exclusive sign of thorough knowledge is the power of teaching.”- Aristotle 18

Emily Ann Espy Musical Theatre Cumming, GA ”Work with enthusiasm, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” - Ephesians 6:7

Rebecca Fordyce

English Arnoldsville, GA “ “Words - so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne


Katie Freeman Art Hartwell, GA ”Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m Possible!’” – Audrey Hepburn

Monica Garcia Biology Blairsville, GA ”Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Kaleb Cole Garrett Music Hiawassee, GA ”It’s not what you got, it’s what you give.” – Tesla

Corey Garrett History Blairsville, GA “ If what you did yesterday still seems big, you haven’t done anything today.” - Lou Holtz

Nikki Jade Garrison Early Childhood Education Hiawassee, GA

Sara Virginia Ann Gillispie Technical Theatre Marietta, GA ” This is not the greatest quote in the world, no this is just a tribute!”

”Charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is worthy to be praised.” - Proverbs 31:20

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Breanna Lauren Gleeson Business & Public Policy Adelaide, SA Australia ”In all things, love.”

Erin Grable Media Communication Blairsville, GA ”Well-behaved women seldom make history.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

William Tyler Gunnin Biology Douglasville, GA ”A lion doesn’t concern himself with the opinion of sheep.” #3

Kelsey Annmarie Harris Early Childhood Education Lawrenceville, GA “ My favorite class was American literature with Dr. Hughes.”

Ky Hart Outdoor Leadership Villanow, GA ”The adventurous are rewarded!”

Victoria Herndon Business & Public Policy Statesboro, GA ”Believe in yourself so strongly, that the world cannot help but believe in you too.”

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Emily Ann Hornsby English Nashville, TN

”As soon as the generals and the politicos can predict the motions of your mind, lose it. Leave it as a sign to mark the false trail, the way you didn’t go.” – Wendell Berry

Jordan Jones Math Perry, GA ”Aliens are real. AEKDB.”

Daniel Hudson English Murphy, NC “But he who destroys a good book, kills reason itself.” - John Milton, Aeropagitica

Daniel Jones Business & Public Policy Jonesboro, GA ”Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one.” - Marcus Aurelius

Melissa Marie LeViner Outdoor Leadership Woodstock, GA ”One does not see anything until one sees its beauty.” – Oscar Wilde

Monica-Gayle Lewis Theatre Norcross, GA ”Well guys, the cripple made it!” – Me

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Alyssa Lowery Religous Studies Conyers, GA

” I do not await the future, aniticipating salvation, absolution, not even enlightenment through process. I subscribe to the premise that this flawed perfection is sufficient and complete in every single, ineffable moment.” - Waking Life

Rachel Mason Business & Public Policy Riggold, GA ”Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.” – Proverbs 31:9

Erica Rianna Lowery Human Communication Newnan, GA ”Adventure is worthwhile in itself.” – Amelia Earhart

Alexis Adrianna Maddox Business & Public Policy Blairsville, GA ”I’d rather be tired than broke.”

Amanda Kathleen Massey Human Communication Snellville, GA ”Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”

Paige McQuade Communication Studies Hayesville, NC ”And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13

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Caitlin Nicole Meads Biology Jefferson, GA ”When you stop fighting, you stop living, so find your fight. Then fight like hell until your battle is won.”

Erica Rae Neese Outdoor Leadership Marietta, GA ”God does not tell you what He is going to do; He reveals to you who He is.” - Oswald Chambers

Jordan Alexis Meeks Outdoor Leadership Lawrenceville, GA ”If it is both terrifying and amazing, then you should definitely pursue it.”

Emily Nichols Psychology Flowery Branch, GA

”Remember, He is the artist and you are only the picture. You can’t see it. So quietly submit to being painted.” - C.S. Lewis

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Yustin Amairani Nambo History Education Lawrenceville, GA ”Proverbs 31:30.” #CCSTD #IDL

Brittany Olsen Business & Public Policy Tampa, FL ”Growing old is inevitable, but growing up is optional.”


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Aaron O’Tuel Business & Public Policy Hartwell, GA ”Make us choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong.” – ”The Cadet Prayer”

Carol Teresa Raterman Communication Studies Lawrenceville, GA ”Remember, you’re the one who can fill the world with sunshine.” – Snow White

Grayson Jeremiah Payne Biology Blairsville, GA

”Cast all your worries to God, for He cares about you.” - 1 Peter 5:7 ”John Ross for President.”

Jessie Robinette Early Childhood Education Madison, GA

”’For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord. ‘Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.’” - Jeremiah 29:11

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Elizabeth Pruitt Math Tiger, GA ”If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” - Albert Einstein

Georgiana Sampson History Blairsville, GA ”The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.”


Nicole Marie Schmidt Early Childhood Education Blairsville, GA ”The things you are passionate about are not random. They are your calling.”

Dawn Marie Shannon Outdoor Leadership Lawrenceville, GA ”Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Rachel Christine Sherrod Early Childhood Education Jasper, GA ”I love you to the moon and back!”

Dominique Nicole Sibley Psychology Hinesville, GA ”Laugh like you’ll live forever. Live like you’ll die today.”

Hailey Silvey Psychology Young Harris, GA ”It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” - Albus Dumbledore

Will Skelton Theatre Hayesville, GA ”Be Kind. Be careful. Be yourself. Beyonce.”

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Ambrose C. Sleister Outdoor Leadership Warrenton, GA ”So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservatism, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more dangerous to the adventurous spirit within a man than a secure future.” -Christopher McCandless

Lauren “Low” Smith Psychology Colbert, GA ”To whom much is given, much is required.”

Andrew Evans Smith Business & Public Policy Blue Ridge, GA

Gabrielle Sloan Smith Business & Public Policy Murrayville, GA ”A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent upon arriving.” – Lao Tzu

Daniel Sowell Business & Public Policy Atlanta, GA ”Put God first in all you do, and He will make your paths straight and get you through anything.”

Jeffrey Stewart Music Education Young Harris, GA ”The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” - Steve Jobs

”Successful leaders see opportunities in every difficulty rather than the difficulties in every opportunity.”  - Reed Markham

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Matthew David Sudderth Biology Buford, GA ”In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir

Hilary J. Taber Psychology Alpharetta, GA ”No matter where you are or where you go, it’s your friends that make your world.” - Anonymous

Laura Grace Tarpley Human Communication Little Rock, AR

Taylor William Topping Biology Virginia Beach, VA

”Have you ever considered how often we judge ourselves by our intentions while we judge others by their actions?” - Andy Andrews

”The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers. But above all, the world needs dreamers who do.” – Sarah Ban Breathnach

Gloria Umaña Middle Grades Education Dalton, GA ”Never give up on your dream... because you never know what the Lord can bless you with.” - Kelly Rowland

Jordyn Leigh Utley Business & Public Policy Madison, GA ”Worrying about tomorrow steals the joy from today.” – Barbara Cameron

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Kinsey Leatriz Wade Outdoor Leadership Duluth, GA ”Deuces!”

Jordan Wilkes

Art & Outdoor Leadership Cleveland, GA

”Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds awake to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers by day are dangerous men, for they may act out their dreams with open eyes to make them possible.”- T.E. Lawrence

Brian M. Walker Music Powder Springs, GA ”Difficulties present us with the opportunity to get bitter or get better.”

Daniel Willis Outdoor Leadership Woodstock, GA ”The best adventures answer questions that in the beginning you never thought to ask.” – Jeff Johnson 28

Shannon Roxanne Weaver Media Communication Alpharetta, GA ”He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.” – Jim Elliot


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Juniors

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Class of 2015

Holli Abernathy

Emily Adair

Katie Akins

Allison Arnold

Katrina Barnes

Stephen Beachman

Chase Blair

Kelsey Bowles

Kellan Burrell

Mary Calderon

Kaycee Cash

Alex Chance

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Denae Cloud

T’Arica Crawford

Ashley Davenport

David Finney

Megan Fisette

Alexander Fountain

Guilherme Frias

Kristin Fuhs

Clair Galt

Ptah Garvin

Hunter Good

Katherin Gwin

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Emily Harper

Corey Helton

Richie Heyward

April Hobbs

Seth Hulsey

Ilija Ilic

Kathryn Johnson

Courtney Johnson

Mary Kathleen Jones

Dakota Kellerman

Stephanie Kennedy

Andrew Kim

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Ashley Knox

Hana Kudela

Stephen Kuni

Kristine Krucane

Judith Lyle

Roman Martin

Christine Mayfield

Ali McCollough

Audrey McLendon

Sabrina McLucas

Danielle Monaghan

Brian Montgomery

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Mindy Moore

Jordan Moss

Stephanie Nichols

Jerilyn Oquendo

Grace Patterson

Madison Perdue

Tanner Petitt

Sally Petty

Ann-Sophie Porry

Maia Price

Katie Pritchett

Jacob Pruitt

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Caitlin Ramsey

Trevor Rich

Katie Richardson

Michael Rismiller

Keta Robinette

Taylor Rogers

Lou Roland

John Ross

Jessica Schoeland

Khurram Shazad

Andrea Simmonds

Benjamin Sims

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Jade Smith

Patrick Stevenson

Kendra Strickland

Anna Vacarella

Tre Wright

Patrick Young

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Sarah Beth Tankersley


Sophomores & Freshmen

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Classes of 2016 & 17 Nicole Abbott Megan Aligheri Sazma Al-rashid Shannon Alt Adam Amundsson Raul QuevedoAranda

Meghan Armento Nathaniel Arnold Catherine Bartlett Kenna Bauman Lisa Bausum Jake Bennett

Sara Bobo Caden Boullon Corinne Bowers Brittany Boyer Bailey Brado Stephanie Brady

Rebecca Brazil Danny Brewer Brianna Bridges Ralph Brooks III Morgan Brown Kristen Brown

Jarrett Brown Makenzie Brown Danny Bryan Sarah Cabaniss Craig Caffrey Noah Calhoun

Zachary Champion Ansley Chandler Leah Cheshier Sheldon Clark Savannah Coelho Jared Cohen

Garrison Coley III Emily Coons Ladereon Copeland Caraleigh Cranford Ali Cronic Jared Croskey

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Yosef Daniel Sebastian Dartnell Matthew Davis Emma Dennis Marissa Donegan Will Doss

Shaunmarie Dotson Sam Dotson Nicole Drake Sebastian Edin William Edin Candace Edwards

Madison Elledge Kallie Epperson Lizbeth Esteban Courtney Farmer Breanna Farmer Ashley Flagg

Justin Fortner Ivey Franklin Jimmy Gailey Tricia Gallagher Kelsey GIlbert Mackenzie Googe

McKenzie Goswick Logan Gray Erik Gustafsson Darius Hampton Jacob W. Hasty Sidney Hayes

Carlyn Hearn Emmy Hendrix Lewis Hilton Brandon Hollis Danja Hooper Ed Howard

Emma Jones Mikala Jones Madilyn Kent Jaclyn Kernohan Jake Knudsen Alana Lambert

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Levi Bryson LaPrairie Zack Lee Jared Lee Jacob Lee Destin Leidner Jade Kaelyne Lester

Kelley Ley Breann Lindsey Eric Little Carrie Lizama Deone Lotter Cape Lovvorn

Juaniqua Lowe Trevor MacPherson Sarah Mallett Linus Hans-Lennart Manntz Grace Mason Breanna Matheson

Nikki McDermott Judson McEachern Courtney McHughes Chelsea McIlroy Drew Milner Haley Mitchell

Elyse Moon Rosa Moore Carter Moore Espen Myklebust Patrick Navarre Lee Anne Newberry

Sarah Nix Wade Orr Jami Padgett Samantha Parker Malcolm Patridge Irenee Payne

Suzette Perrillioux Abel Pigach Connor Pittman Brandon Rennolds Tate Rizoti Kaylynn Roach

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Jared Raoch Matthew Robinson James Rowe Lisa Rucker William Schonfeldt Grayzielle Sepe

Fernando Serrano Collin Sheffield Allison Sims Kevin Smith Nicole Smith Cameron SmithRosemond

Jaquelin V. Solis Matthew Spadafora William Standifer Adam Staniewicz Paisley Staton Jaci Story

Chalonda Strickland Andrew Sudderth Kelsey Summers Jenni Swaim Kaitlin Swanda Adam Taylor

John-Michael Thomas

Brandon Thomas Forrest Towns Savannah Tucker Gillian Vaughan Paige Vining

Kyle Wade Cara Wadley Zach Wagoner Abbey Walker Melissa Wall Courtland Walters

Megan Watson Bethany Weaverr Jeremy Webb Tracy Webb Gray WIlliams Grace Williamson

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Jordan Woodard Beka Wylie Alex Wyper Chris Yenney Emma Young Samantha Young

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Administration

Wade Benson

Cathy Cox

Dr. Keith DeFoor

Ken Faneuff

Clint Hobbs

David Leopard

Dr. Gary Myers

Vince Robelotto

Rosemary Royston Name

Angi Smith Name

Jay Name Stroman

Linda Adams Name

Audrey Ashworth Name

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Stacie Barrow

Brian Benator

Amy Brock

Kathy Brown

Dr. Rob Campbell

Victoria Carter

CJ Cypress

Krystin Dean

Heather Deyton

Daniel Dockery

Mark Dotson

Dana Ensley

Amberly Fell

Andrea Ferguson

Linda Foster

Bill Gernannt

Kelley Gibson

Coach Pete Herrmann

Teresa Hobbs

Dr. Brian Hoffman

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Linda Kniess, R.N.

Peggy Lumpkin

Nicole Maddox

Jennifer Manous

Debra March

Jennifer Marshall

Wanda Martin

Hilary Martin

Matthew Mashburn

Jennifer Mcafee

Kelli Fell Miller

Stuart Miller

Ja’lessa Morris

Janelle Morris

Denise Murphy

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Julie Payne Name

Debbie Roach Name

Charlie Rogers Name

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Candice Shook

Joseph Sorensen

Megan Taylor

Bobbie Thompson

Hollis Townsend

Aimee Van Rooyen

Amanda Voegel

Leann Waldroup

Kayla Walker

Garth Webb

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Matthew Wilmer

Billie Young

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Dr. Edwin Calloway


Karen Calloway

Dr. Ashley Carr

Ki Curtis

Dr. Johnathan Davis

Mark Dehler

Dr. Nathan Eric Dickman

Dr. Margaret Forrester

Dr. Jennifer Gianfalla

Dr. Nathan Gray

Dr. Jennifer Hallett

Sharon Herrmann

Dr. William Hyndman

Dr. Sharon Jackson

Dr. Linda Jones

Dr. Christopher Jones

Name Klein Dr. Karynne

Dr. Andrea Name Kwiatkowski

Mary Land Name

Dr. Kevin Marinelli Name

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Dr. Leigh Miller

Steve Morgan

Adam Neal

Dr. Robert Peacock

Dr. Jennifer Pemberton

Dr. Chris Richardson

Dr. Christopher Sass

Dr. Jennifer Schroeder

Dr. Amanda Song

Dr. Natalia Starostina

Dr. Charlie Swor

Dr. Isabelle Therriault

Jim Thomas

Dr. Rolando Tiu

Dr. Jamie Watson

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“There are no shortcuts to any place worth going.” - Unknown

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” - Winston Churchill “How do you go from where you are to where you wanna be? And I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life. You have to have a dream, a goal. And you have to be willing to work for it.” - Jim Valvano

“I know now that most people are so closely concerned with themselves that they are not aware of their own individuality, I can see myself, and it has helped me to say what I want to say in paint.” - Georgia O’Keeffe “You will never influence the world by trying to be like it.” - Anonymous

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Alpha Iota 1 9 • 73 Alpha Iota sorority promotes sisterhood, scholarship, good sportsmanship, and character most of all. “You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.” - Max Ehrmann

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Haley Hoopingarner - President Mindy Moore - Vice President Audrey McLendon - Secretary Alison Missler - Sisterhood Educator Victoria Belby - Chaplain & Treasurer Caitlin Meads - Social Chair & IGC Rep Brittany Samples Melissa LeViner Ashley Short Ashley Cross Grier Marzendorfer Tyler Gunnin - 2011 AI Guy Taylor Davis - 2011 AI Guy Yoseph Daniel - 2013 AI Guy Roman Martin - 2013 AI Guy

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Alpha Omega 1 9 • 98 Alpha Omega provides a brotherhood on campus that is based on Christian values, a place to gather to share common Christian beliefs, and a refuge from ideals and interests which may otherwise compromise the shared Christian values of the brotherhood. Our brothers take advantage of service and/or mission opportunities throughout the campus and community, as well as to fellow brothers and sisters in Christ wherever they may be.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Todd Rilling - President Jared Lee - Vice President Brandon Hollis - Secretary Daniel Jones - Treasurer Hunter Good - Alumni Chair Logan Gray - Chaplain Alec Householder - Community Service Chair Corey Helton Ben Sims Michael Rismiller Ptah Garvin Richie Heyward John Ross Edward Howard Grace Williamson - Sweetheart Stephanie Kennedy - Sweetheart

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Alpha Xi 1 9 • 94 The brothers of Alpha Xi are committed first and foremost to academic achievement and community service. They stress the importance of athletic determination and the growth of brotherhood through friendship and trust. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Jacob Fincher - President Adam Taylor - Vice President Tyler Isbel - Educator John Funnell - Treasurer Malachi Chandler - Historian Yosef Daniel - Volunteer Chair Hunter Kocis - Volunteer Chair Zach Wagoner - IGC Rep

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Daniel Deas Parker Hulme

Luis Fajardo Lou Roland

Molly Blaschke - Maxi 2011 Cassie Chupp - Sweetheart 2011 Bree Gleeson - Maxi 2012 Breann Lindsey - Sweetheart 2012 Darby Stanford - Maxi 2013 Alexa Wakefield - Sweetheart 2013

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Chi Delta Phi 2 0 • 06 Chi Delta Phi aims to develop a strong brotherhood through understanding and working together intellectually, physically, and socially. This fraternity works to promote individualism, to provide service to the campus and community, and to develop cooperation by working with one another. Our members develop leadership, scholarship, and maturity while also increasing self-motivation, selfconfidence, and good sportsmanship. We constantly strive to promote recreational and leadership opportunities, a strong tradition of academics, and scholarship, chivalry, and most importantly, a positive image on campus.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Spencer Murray - President Armando Granados - Vice President Zach Chamberlin Will Skelton Taylor Loveless - Sweetheart Angie Smallwood - Sweetheart Kaisha Marlow - Sweetheart Audrey McLendon - Sweetheart

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Gamma Psi 1 9 • 95 The sorority of Gamma Psi provides a sisterhood that promotes virtue, compassion, and fellowship through acceptance based upon moral character. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Bree Gleeson - President Kaycee Cash - Vice President Melissa Conrad - Treasurer Leah Cheshier - Secretary Gina Dropp - Historian Paige Duff - Co-Educator Katie Akins - Activities Director Ashley Knox - Activities Director Sheresse Williams - Marketing Chair Dorie Brunzelle - Activities Board Lauren Chamblin - Activities Board Mary-Ellen Norwood - Activities Board Alexa Wakefield - Activities Board Kristin Fuhs - Sunshine Stephanie Kennedy - IGC Rep Molly Blaschke Erica Brooks Cassie Chupp Emily Nichols Ciara Wood Stephanie Mills Darby Stanford Heather Womack Maria Constantino Peyton Robertson Daniel Deas - Gentleman Zach Chamberlin - Gentleman Jacob Fincher - Gentleman Luis Fajardo - Gentleman Benjamin Sims - Gentleman Alex Fowler - Gentleman

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Kappa Sigma 1 8 • 69 Founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service, Kappa Sigma is among the most preferred men’s college social fraternities in North America, pledging more men annually than any other fraternity. The Fraternity has over 250,000 initiates, of which over 182,000 are living, and boasts nearly 15,000 undergraduate members at 284 Chapters and Colonies on college and university campuses across North America.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Taylor Rogers - President James Miller - Vice President Zachary Vick - Grand Master of Ceremonies Grand Scribe - Judson McEachern Phil Uys - Treasurer Ralph Brooks III Hunter Lampp Jordan Jones Matthew Robinson Crawford Standifier Dakota Kellerman Jake Lee Fernando Serrano Jeff Howard Zach Cravey

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Kappa Tau Omega 1 9 • 68 Kappa Tau Omega upholds the following three principles: honor, brotherhood, and independence. Brothers of Kappa Tau Omega view themselves as leaders of the campus and community, and they aspire to raise the standard for student organizations with regard to academics and community service.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Tyler Gunnin - President Trevor Rich - Vice President & Secretary Cody Decker - Treasurer Stephen Kuni - Chaplain Alex Fowler Logan Pourbaix Caitlin Meads - Sweetheart Mindy Moore - Rose Leah Cheshier - Sweetheart Grace Patterson - Rose

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Phi Alpha Phi 2 0 • 00 Phi Alpha Phi promotes love and encouragement through the unity of a Christian sisterhood, rooted in a passionate love for God. This sisterhood’s goal is to achieve outreach and ministry throughout the campus and the community. They band together, under God, as a solid rock of support to offer strength and accountability for each other in each of their daily walks with Christ. They constantly strive to reflect the example laid before them in Proverbs 31, by showing humble kindness and a strong love for the Lord.

Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Jerilyn Oquendo - President Yustin Nambo - Vice President Grace Patterson - Secretary Maia Price - Treasurer Emily Adair - Chaplain Denae Cloud - Historian

Rachel Sherrod Anna Vacarella Claire Galt April Hobbs Andrea Simmonds Ashley Davenport Hana Kudela Caitlin Ramsey Breann Lindsey Jade Garrison Ali McCollough Nikki McDermott Savannah Smith

Melissa Wall Hailey Silvey Shannon Weaver Emma Hunnewell Courtney Farmer Morgan Wright Megan Fisette Brianna Bridges Kendra Strickland Stephanie Brady Kallie Epperson Meghan Armento Samantha Parker

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CJ Fellows - 2011 Gentleman Lou Roland - 2012 Gentleman John Ross - 2012 Gentleman Andrew Lyons - 2013 Gentleman Malachi Chandler - 2013 Gentleman

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Phi Delta 1 8 • 91 We develop a strong sisterhood and friendship through understanding and working together, as well as providing opportunities for recreation, leadership and scholarship. We promote individualism, service to the campus and community, and good sportsmanship. Our members develop cooperation and leadership skills by working with one another. One of our main goals is to increase a sense of initiative and self-confidence among members of this strong sisterhood.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Angie Smallwood - President Mary Leigh Enders - Vice President Kaisha Marlow - Secretary & Alumni Chair Kelsey Bowles - Social Chair Stephen Kuni - Chaplin & 2012 Mr. Phi Delta Trevor Rich - 2013 Remark-A-Beau Tyler Isbell - 2013 Mr. Phi Delta John Funnell - 2013 Big Brother

Photos by Sarah Elaine Cabaniss

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Sigma Beta Sigma 1 8 • 92 Sigma Beta Sigma’s overarching goal is to foster in the hearts of their members a love for Christian fellowship and an attitude of goodwill towards others.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Grace Williamson - President Erica Ware - Educator Nicole Smith - Secretary Moddy Elledge - Treasurer Chelsea Taylor - Chaplain Carrie Moll - Historian Ashley Eschbach - Social Chair Katherine Gwin Alex Chance Danielle Tully Codi Wayand Delaney Remsen Suzette Perrilloux John-Michael Thomas - Gentleman Jared Lee - Gentleman Richie Heyward - Gentleman Michael Rismiller - Gentleman

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Upsilon Delta Sigma 1 9 • 67 Upsilon Delta Sigma holds true to its members’ virtues and morals: to believe in themselves, to make right decisions, to foster a spirit of brotherhood, to excel academically and athletically, to better their community and college, and to believe in tradition, loyalty, and brotherhood no matter what walk of life they come from.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Tyler Benson - President & Chaplain Stephen Beacham - Vice President Tanner Petitt - Educator & Historian Logan Weikal - Secretary & Treasurer Riley Nobel Darrius Hampton Kelsey Burnett Monica Gayle-Lewis - Sweetheart of the Year Kelsey Britt - Sweetheart Melissa Tillery - Sweetheart Brooke Donaldson - Sweetheart Nicole Drake - Sweetheart

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Zeta Pi 1 9 • 87 Zeta Pi seeks to strengthen its members intellectually, physically, and socially. These goals are achieved through stressing academic excellence, brotherhood, athletic achievement, and charity. In addition, Zeta Pi strives to evoke a substantial sense of community on the Young Harris College campus by providing social activity opportunities.

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Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Taylor Davis - President & Chaplain Brad Rodriguez Mason Mitcham Allison Missler - Little Sister Katie Richardson - Little Sister Katie Akins - Little Sister Danielle Monaghan - Little Sister Brittany Samples - Little Sister Kinsey Wade - Miss Zeta Pi Hayley Hoopingarner - Miss Zeta Pi

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Alpha Chi Charter members of the Georgia Xi chapter of the national honor society of Alpha Chi were inducted at YHC in 2011. The installation of this new chapter of Alpha Chi reflects the College’s transition to a four-year institution, as all colleges seeking a chapter must grant baccalaureate degrees and be regionally accredited. Membership in Alpha Chi is limited to no more than 10 percent of the junior and senior classes. The objectives of Alpha Chi are to promote and recognize superior scholarship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective for service. Founded in 1922, the society has more than 300 chapters. Membership is the highest academic honor on campus. Inductees Fall 2013 Corey Helton Chelsea Sizemore Seth Hulsey Joanna Burrell Kaycee Cash Katherine Gwin Mary Calderon Grace Patterson Hana Kudela William Leatherwood Ashley Davenport Sydnee Weaver Jade Smith

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Baptist Collegiate Ministries The Young Harris College Baptist Ministry, affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention Collegiate Ministries Department (BCM), involves students in a program of Christian growth and service. The goal is that students might develop into people of integrity with a meaningful faith, strong character, and high morals. The Baptist Collegiate Ministry promotes devotion to God and service, and members participate in meetings and activities that provide opportunities for worship, Bible study, fellowship, speakers, discussion, social life, witness, missions and ministry. BCM members sing, organize activities, pray, plan mission trips, and help one another in their Christian walk of faith. It is open to all students. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Katie Cargle - Adviser Courtney Cox - BCM Intern Hana Kudela - President Ashley Davenport - Vice President Andrea Simmonds - Women’s Ministry April Hobbs - Public Relations Officer Melissa Wall - Worship Leader Kaleb Swanda - Men’s Ministry Michael Pomawski Logan Gray Sarah Hearn Katrina Barnes Allison Burnham Betsy Hudson Meaghan Adams Courtney Farmer Rachel Sherrod Grant Cochran Bailey Mai Weisbrook Jillianne McCarson Jordan Silvey Jared Lee Emily Harper Kristen Dippold George Loomis Kyle Wade Christa Hamill Nathan Harvey Taylor Brown

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Bonner Leaders The AmeriCorps Bonner Leaders Program is a scholarship-like program for Young Harris College students who have a passion for making a difference on their campus, in their community, and in the world beyond. Bonner Leaders work up to 10 hours each week during the school year at non-profit agencies throughout the community. This work can include, but is not limited to, mentoring elementary school students in an after-school program, constructing affordable housing, providing food for low-income families, coordinating recycling and other sustainability efforts throughout the campus and community, removing invasive plant species, and other pollutants from local streams and lakes, and more. In addition, Bonners meet together regularly with their peers, faculty, staff, and community leaders to help deepen their understanding of themselves as individuals, as Young Harris students and as citizens of the global society. Students also attend regional and national Bonner conferences throughout the year, as well as partner with Bonner programs at other institutions.

Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Adviser: Rob Campbell

3rd Year Bonners: Grace Patterson, Mindy Moore, Jordyn Utley, & Jordan Wilkes 2nd Year Bonners: Danielle Tully, Noah Calhoun, Alec Householder, & Emmy Hendrix 1st Year Bonners: Chris Yenney, Lathem Postell, Taylor Brown, Jordan Silvey, Faith Pugh, Seth Hulsey, & Christa Hamill

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Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness The Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness Gathering recently formed on campus in 2011 to promote the emergence of “bodhicitta� (awakened consciousness and compassion). This gathering is to offer a safe and open environment for committed Buddhists and those interested in spiritual and religious exploration in an inviting and relaxed atmosphere. Additionally, this organization is nominally Buddhist for the purpose of providing a space for Buddhist practice and reflection. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. Dickman - Adviser Samantha Grinstead Melissa Powell Danja Hooper Melissa Miner Emily Stewart Jake Bennett Alyssa Lowery Darrius Mattox Arin Satterfield Nicole Drake

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Business Club The YHC Business Club offers an environment in which business students or those interested in business may share common interests, learn from one another, and be educated in many areas of business outside of the classroom. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. John Van Vliet - Adviser Casey Smith - President Jimmy Gailey - Vice President Christine Mayfield - Secretary Dustin Stewart - Treasurer Wade Orr Maria Constantino Luis Fajardo

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Campus Activites Board The Campus Activities Board (CAB) at Young Harris College is a student-run organization that provides a variety of quality entertainment and leadership opportunities for all YHC students, allowing them to get involved on campus in a unique way. Not only do students gain incredible life skills through planning and running events, but also they enjoy experiences that they will remember for a lifetime with friends they’ll never forget. Students can join seven committees that are committed to planning exciting events for all students at YHC like Fall Fest, Spring Fest, live concerts, monthly coffee houses, laser tag, casino night, dances, entertainers including comedians, hypnotists and magicians, intramural activities, pool and poker tournaments, and many more. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Maia Price - President Kelsey Harris - Vice President LaDareon Copeland - Secretary Roderick Galloway - Publicity Co-Director Kristen Dippold - Publicity Co-Director Ashley Eschbach - Special Events Chair Diane Mouangkham - Special Events Co-Chair Melissa Wall - Coffee House Chair Rachel Sherrod - Coffee House Co-Chair Emily Adair - Social Activities Chair Faith Bridges - Social Activities Co-Chair Claire Galt - Ideas and Issues Chair Emily Harper - Ideas and Issues Co-Chair

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Catholic Student Association The Catholic Student Association serves the campus community and offers opportunities to make long-lasting friendships, to participate in community service projects, and to worship together. The organization helps students meet the unique challenges present in a college setting by experiencing the support of a caring community. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. Andrea Kwiatkowski Dr. Mark Brunner Jeff Howard Anna Vacarella Sarah Nix Carol Raterman Bailey Brado Carrie Lizama Lizbeth Esteban

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Circle K International The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities for leadership and fellowship, and to inspire a passion for service in its members. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Brian Hoffman - Adviser Erin Holst Emma Hunnewell - President Michael Bamba Lizbeth Esteban - Vice President Scott Kosten Brooke Donaldson - Secretary George Loomis Erin Holst - Treasurer Sabrina McLucas Megan Fisette - Historian Maria Constantino Christine Mayfield - District Lieutenant Courtney Johnson Shannon Weaver - District Editor Michael Pomawski Anderson Boss

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Climbing Club The YHC Climbing Club prides itself upon the promotion of rock climbing as a competitive and social sport at all difficulty levels, inherently creating a supportive and encouraging atmosphere for its members. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Robert Murner Durham Harris Andrew Torrence Zach Evans Kristen Dippold Nicole Wasko Kayla Wentzek Molly Barnes Photos by Kayla Wentzek

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The purpose of Delta Gamma is to perpetuate good taste in drama, ensure the right to interpretation, preserve dramatics on the campus, promote interest in drama by the students of Young Harris College, and transmit to all the enjoyment of dramatics. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Gina Dropp - President Lauren Chamblin - Vice President Stephanie Mills - Secretary Brian Walker - Sargent of Arms T’Arica Crawford - Historian LaDareon Copeland - Campus Coordinator Chelsea Sizemore - Treasurer Lindsey Koch Carrie Moll Leah Cheshier Alana Lambert Zach Chamberlin Ashley Johnson Tre Wright Hayley Hoopingarner Erica Ware AJ Detmar Stephanie Roddock Jake Knudsen Ali McCollough Heather Womack Rosa Wigfall Judith Lyle Brandon Hollis Monica Lewis Malik Johnson Richie Heyward Corinne Bowers Paige Duff Justin Hermosilla Spencer Murray Rachel Sherrod Krisin Lacount Jordan Bishop Ben Sims Brianna Bridges Hannah Valleroy Ptah Garvin Kaisha Marlow Toni Robertson Sara Stogsdill Roman Martin Mary Ellen Norwood Courtney Farmer Armando Granados Clara Levi Devyn White Arin Satterfield Shannon Wade Justin Gibbs Emily Espy Cameron LeJeune Will Skelton Stephanie Nichols Carli Kidd Tyler Gunnin Clara Levi Macaulay Vanhoose Harrison Myers Ashley Murray Kaycee Cash Brandon Helton Jiliane McCarson Ben March

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Dorcas Society ΣΔΧ The purpose of the Dorcas Society, also called Sigma Delta Chi, is to enrich the community through the service of motivated young women. Its brother organization is the Spat Club. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Georgia Googer - President & Historian Stephanie Brady - Vice President Nicole Smith - Secretary Irenee Payne - Treasurer Courtney Farmer - Chaplain Ivey Franklin - Project Chair Spat Master - Heather Womack Jessie Robinette Sarah Hearn Erica Neese Emily Espy Allison Burnham Sarah Beth Tankersley Ashley Davenport Hana Kudela Judith Lyle Kaycee Cash Grace Patterson Katie Richardson Caitlin Ramsey Ali Cronic

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Gay - Straight Alliance The purpose of this organization is to work towards a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, through education, support, and advocacy. Executive Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Jake Bennett - President Courtney Quillen - Vice President Jami Padgett - Secretary Suzette Perrillioux - Treasurer

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Multicultural Club Change, diversity and involvement are the three main aims of the Multicultural Club, as well as bringing forth leaders and creating a bridge of unity and commitment. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Diana Di Marco - President Johanna Gil-Arroyo - Vice President Fernando Serrano Homero Perez Liz Granados Rachel Mason Kevin Sousa Angel Salome Collin Little Jasmine McGarity Kennedy Crawe

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Roots & Shoots The mission of Roots & Shoots is to foster respect and compassion for all living things, to promote understanding of all cultures and beliefs, and to inspire each individual to take action to make the world a better place for people, for animals, and for the environment. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. Linda Jones - Adviser Crystal Bishop - President Andrew Lyons - Vice President Daniel Sowell - Treasurer Breanna Farmer - Advertiser Genesis Newton Edward Howard

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S.I.G.H.T. S.I.G.H.T. stands for the Student Inquiry Group for Humanist Thought. S.I.G.H.T. offers a safe and open environment to discuss topics such as faith, doubt and spirituality. This organization is non-sectarian for the purpose of objective intellectual and spiritual exploration. Executive Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. Eric Dickman - Adviser Taylor Davis - President Zachary Champion - Vice President

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S.P.A.G.E. S.P.A.G.E. stands for Student Professional Association of Georgia Educators. S.P.A.G.E. serves as a professional affiliation and development as pre-service educators. S.P.A.G.E. is affiliated with the P.A.G.E. Foundation of Georgia. Executive Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Ashley Carr - Adviser Sharon Jackson - Adviser Alex Chance - President Claire Galt - Vice President Morgan Bradshaw - Secretary

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Spat Club ÎŁB Spat Club strives to form a body of men thoroughly representative of the best social, spiritual and scholastic interest in the student body. The club unites its members intrinsically in the bonds of good fellowship and unites them extrinsically to the campus through the bonds of leadership and service. Its sister service organization is the Dorcas Society. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Dr. Lee March - Adviser Roman Martin - President Hunter Good - Vice President Jared Lee - Secretary Logan Gray - Chaplain Ptah Garvin Alec Housholder Richie Heyward Zachary Champion LaDareon Copeland Fernando Serrano Malachi Chandler Brian Montgomery Jacob Fincher Andrew Lyons Armando Granados Chris Hill Matthew Heard Zach Chamberlin Grace Patterson - 2012 Sweetheart Kaycee Cash - 2013 Sweetheart

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Underground Bible Study Underground is a bi-weekly event led by students who volunteer to lead worship and share their testomines and/or scripture. Worship is led by a team of students, and volunteers speak at each meeting. All are welcome to attend, listen, and participate. Worship Team Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Hunter Good, Ali McCollough, Judith Lyle, Leah Cheshier, Will Clements, Daniel Willis, Sarah Nudelman, Jared Roach, Sarah Beth Tankersley, Kiley Ward, Courtland Walters, Kenna Bauman, & Matt Sudderth

Tech Team Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 CJ Fellows, Emma Young, & Kaycee Cash

Calendar Team Fall 2013 - Spring 2014

Nicole Smith, Kaycee Cash, Erica Neese, Sarah Beth Tankersley, Stephanie Kennedy, Kiley Ward, Jeremy Webb, Shannon Weaver, Robert Payne, Katie Richardson, & James Rowe

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Young Democrats Young Democrats inspires political awareness and excitement among the students, faculty, and staff of Young Harris College. This organization strives to empower students with the knowledge of what it means to be a part of the Democratic Party. Members Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Rachel Mason - President Logan Weikal - Vice President Rebecca Fordyce - Treasurer Todd Croskey - Secretary Johanna Gil-Arroyo Lauren Robinson Cody Mashburn William Skelton Hayley Hoopingarner Diana DiMarco Revon Magee

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“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” - Michael Jordan “The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don’t play together, the club won’t be worth a dime.” - Babe Ruth “We’re all just playing our own game. I don’t see it as a rivalry. We’re just trying to play our best.” - Michelle Wie “I’m a jock and I’m an athlete, and that’s what I love to do.” - Marion Jones

Sweat Passion

Teamwork & Perseverence

Athletics


Baseball

Head Coach: Rick Robinson, Assistant Coach: Travis Huffman, Recruiting Coordinator: Rick Guarno, Volunteer Assistant: Clint Ogle, Players: Nick Aiken, David Atwood, Cody Beck, Jared Campbell, Cody Ching, Justin Cooper, Travis Donahoo, Donald Frew, Zeke Gribble, Tyler Isbel, Troy Kizer, Bowen Klosinski, Eddie Kongquee, William Leatherwood, Brice Merritt, James Mills, Adam Moore, Jack Morrow, Parker Nunnally, Zach Odom, Cole Outz, Oliver Pratt, Tyler Queen, Trey Rogers, Josh Rudnik, Nick Sexton, Erich Stahl, Spencer Thomas, Taylor Topping, Tom Valichka, Zach Wall, Brett Westmoreland, & Dom Wychinski

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Softball

Head Coach: Aileen Morales, Assistant Coach: Jayme Larson, Managers: Kali Shimmin, Molly Watson, Players: Taylor Beauchamp, KatieJo Gentry, Brittany Henry, Sarah Magill, Sarah Beth Marquis, Brittany Olsen, McKenna Rylee, Paige Sexton, Dominique Sibley, Darby Stanford, Amber Statham, Chandler Stooksbury, Kimberly Strebe, Victoria Thomas, Karli Timms, Lindsay Tudor, Sydnee Weaver, Lindsey Whitmire, Stacia Williams, Lisa Wilson, & Lyndsey York

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Basketball

Women’s Head Coach: Brenda Paul, Assistant Coach: Matt Stearsman, Student Assistant: Paige McQuade, Players: Kaycee Cash, Rebecca Cohen, Missy Conrad, Shaquaya Daniels, Chan Fann, Breanna Gleeson, Ladondra Johnson, Ashley Knox, Kristine Krucane, Peyton Robertson, Keta Robinette, Lauren Smith, Jenna Thompson, & Shereese Williams

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Men’s Head Coach: Pete Herrmann, Assistant Coach: Brian Benator, Players: Kevin Altidor, Jacob Blalock, Zeke Goff, Isaiah Johnson, Jeshua Kidd, Herdie Lawrence, Tyler Lentz, Rhett McCombs, Tony Raymond, Jovantae Simmons, Philip Uys, Steve Viterbo, Bjorn Walker, Sam Watson, & C.J. Wilson

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Bass Fishing

Adviser: Jonathan Davis, Players: Kendall Cain, Furman Thompson, Grayson Payne, Austin Fuller, Matthew Davis, Ethan Haynes, Andrew, Sudderth, Elijah Briscoe, Logan Pourbaix, Alex Fowler, Ethan Barrett, Lou Roland, & Chase Blair

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Ultimate Frisbee

Coach: Deven Siesel, Players: Lou Roland, Chase Blair, Kaleb Swanda, Zach Wagoner, Malachi Chandler, David Finney, Lathem Postell, Chris Yenney, John Ross, Stephen Kuni, Tyler Gunnin, Cody Decker, Trevor Rich, Drew Milner, Jared Lee, Brian Giafaglione, Patrick Silcox, Robert Payne, Tate Rizoti, Kyle Wade, Fernando Serrano, & Jared Cohen

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Competitive

Head Coach: Chase Carter, Assistant Coach: Victoria Carter, Cheerleaders: Taylor Aerne, Bailey Brado, Stephanie Brady, Lexi Chastine, Cassie Chupp, Cody Cooke, James Cummings, Kallie Epperson, Corbin Gilfilian, Jessica Haas, Christian Hambrick, Cassie Hannah, Jarred Howell, DaNarius Kirby, Dawson Knick, Autumn Ledford, Tom Leshin, Breann Lindsey, Juaniqua Lowe, Revon Magee, Breanna Matheson, Courtney McHughes, Emily Meeden, Carrie Moll, Diane Moungkham, Espen Myklebust, Tristin Nunn, Samantha Parker, Maddie Penland, Justin Pichon, Allison Sims, Rashanita Sims, Cameron Smith-Rosemond, Jaci Story, Chalonda Strickland, Jenni Swaim, Lexi Via, Rachel Wallace, Kiley Ward, & Grace Williamson

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Cross Country Women’s

Head Coach: Barry Brown, Runners: Holli Abernathy, Erica Brooks, Caitlin Brownlee, Dorie Brunzelle, Kristen Dippold, Jessie Fortner, Kristin Fuhs, Stephanie Mimbs, Alison Missler, Genesis Newton, Ashley Short, Nicole Smith, & Ciara Wood

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Men’s

Head Coach: Barry Brown, Runners: Alex Bitok, Danny Brewer, Jared Cohen, Cody Decker, Mark Fernandez, Justin Fortner, Dylan Johnson, Trent Jones, Drew Milner, Harrison Myers, Raul Ramirez, Trevor Rich, & Jeremy Webb

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Golf Women’s

Head Coach: Brett Beazley, Assistant Coach: Caleb Kelley, Players: Candace Edwards, Cara Gowder, Rachel Mason, K.J. Phillips, & Brittney Sizemore

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Men’s

Head Coach: Brett Beazley, Assistant Coach: Caleb Kelley, Players: Reeves Bell, Eli Crumley, Ryan Dyleski, Parker Hulme, Eric Little, Linus Manntz, Clark Melton, James Rowe, Adam Taylor, & Drew Wagner

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Lacrosse

Women’s

Head Coach: Katie Ilott, Assistant Coach: Rashelle McLellan, Players: Jessica DuBose, Breanna Farmer, Ivey Franklin, Jordana Freitas, Caitlyn Green, Jaclyn Kernohan, Peyton King, Taylor Lincoln, Anna Lummus, Marisa Martelli, Carter Moore, Sarah Nudelman, Caitlin Pardus, Kaylynn Roach, Jade Smith, Nicole Vacarella, & Stephanie Wright

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Men’s

Head Coach: Kirk Rogers, Players: Joe Appolonia, Alex Ashley, Zac Barrett, Eric Fancher, Jacob Hasty, Kyle Henize, Stephen Jordan, Andrew Kim, Zachary Laird, Mason McBroom, Ryan Ningard, Kerry Ostrowski, Bobby Parker, Will Peek, Ryan Pickowitz, Connor Pittman, Tyler Price, Jeff Rivait, Phillip Robertson, Alex Schneider, Tanner Shepardson, Sean Siemen, Matt Spadafora, Adam Staniewicz, Griffin Walter-Bailey, & Reed Wilkinson

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Soccer Women’s

Head Coach: Kathy Brown, Assistant Coach: Avram Allen, Players: Becky Abraham, Sydney Baird, Angelece Barrett, Lisa Bausam, Allison Burnham, Ashlyn Butts, Liza Carpenter, Alison Cox, Candace Edwards, Taylor Erickson, Dani Heald, Rachel Hill, Krissy Kauffman, Erica Lowery, Kylie Mason, Amber Matthews, Kaeli McDermott, Ariana Mejia, Yustin Nambo, Kristen Naylor, Elana Newman, Marina Payne, Ashleigh Scarpinato, Gabby Smith, Whitney Thomas, Sydnee Thompson, Hayden Verner, & Madelyn Youngblood

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Men’s

Head Coach: Mark McKeever, Assistant Coach: Dean Grey, Players: Adam Amundsson, Jordan Bradshaw, Craig Caffrey, Paco Craig, Zach Cravey, Will Doss, Gregory Dyer, Tucker Emmert, Erik Gustafsson, Erik Hallin, Lewis Hilton, Ilija Ilic, Colin Little, Samuel Mansour, Niall McCabe, Ever Menjivar, Tim Torringer, Pedro Ozi, Homero Perez, John-Michael Robinette, Angel Salome, William Schonfeldt, Khurram Shazad, Kevin Sosa, Jonas Sturesson, Declan Traquair, & Alex Wyper

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Tennis Women’s

Head Coach: Cammie Nix, Players: Diana DiMarco, Aimee Dorley, Carolina Hernandez, Victoria Herndon, Kadie Hudgins, Sarah Mallett, & Ann-Sophie Porry

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Head Coach: Barrett Elkins, Assistant Coach: Tom Gibaud, Players: Sebastian Dartnell, Sam Dotson, Sebastian Edin, William Edin, Guilherme Frias, Martin Harach, Andrew Timms, & Brecht Vangrinsven

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