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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

FROM THE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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PRO BEARS

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PHILANTHROPIC SUCCESS

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CAL ATHLETICS FUND EVENTS

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BEAR TERRITORY AROUND THE WORLD

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CAMERON INSTITUTE

4 AWARDS

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

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ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS

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TOTAL COST OF EXCELLENCE

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BEARS GIVE BACK

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DONOR HIGHLIGHTS

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CLASS OF 2020

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ROLL ON CAMPAIGN

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LEGACY OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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DONOR HONOR ROLL


FROM THE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Dear Cal Athletics Family, The resiliency and the determination of the Cal Athletics community never ceases to amaze me! While this has been a difficult year, I am proud of how we have come together to face the challenges and opportunities to support exceptional experiences for our student-athletes. We are grateful for the collective strength of the Cal community to help us weather the pandemic and maintain our high standard of excellence by supporting the Roll On campaign (see page 23 for details). Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019-20 school year was filled with many highlights. Before the pandemic, we were rolling — the Axe returned to Berkeley, we won the Redbox Bowl, our basketball programs were peaking during the conference tournaments, and our swimming and diving teams were primed to challenge for national championships. Additionally, our men’s and women’s soccer teams qualified for the NCAA Championships. Certainly more team and individual success was ahead for our Bears, but the health and safety of our student-athletes, coaches and staff carried us through the disappointment of the sports world coming to an abrupt halt.

As we return to competition, the campus-wide Light the Way campaign to build a stronger Berkeley continues to be a focal point for Cal Athletics. We have raised $230 million of our $350 million objective to support our three bold goals: exceptional studentathlete experiences, team and individual competitive success, and attracting and retaining the best people. Your generosity and loyalty play pivotal roles in shaping an athletic department that is the model of comprehensive excellence in intercollegiate athletics that we can all be proud of for generations to come. On behalf of Cal Athletics, I am excited to present the annual report for fiscal year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020). We are grateful for your passionate dedication to helping our student-athletes reach their goals while in Berkeley and to preparing them for postgraduation success. Together, we showed that every gift truly matters

From an academic standpoint, Cal posted a record-high Graduation Success Rate (GSR) for the fourth-consecutive year with the score rising to 87 percent in the latest data released in November 2020. Overall, six teams achieved 100 percent, and 11 programs finished at or above the 90-percent mark. For the most recent Academic Progress Rate scores, 16 programs earned a 1,000 APR for the 2018-19 academic year to match Cal’s best-ever total. On an individual level, our Golden Bears garnered 216 academic all-conference honors, two academic All-America accolades and 18 academic all-district selections. These are outstanding accomplishments at the world’s No. 1 public university.

Chancellor Carol T. Christ (left) and Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton

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as we raised more than $36 million in essential resources to support annual funds, endowments, the Gender Equity campaign for new softball and beach volleyball facilities, the Cameron Institute and other initiatives. We hope you will continue to remain safe and healthy as we eagerly anticipate being reunited in person in 2021. Stay connected, and we will roll on because of you. Go Bears!

Jim Knowlton Director of Athletics University of California, Berkeley


PHILANTHROPIC SUCCESS The Cal Athletics family inspired us with its commitment to support all 850 of our studentathletes. The Cal Athletics Fund is excited to have raised $36,069,047 in gifts and pledges this past fiscal year to enhance Cal Athletics’ mission to be the model for intercollegiate excellence.

During this past year, nearly $11 million in gifts to our department’s annual funds directly shaped our student-athletes’ experiences. Additionally, we received more than $15 million in commitments for endowment support, providing long-term benefits for current and future Golden Bears.

We are grateful for everyone’s enthusiastic commitment to build our championship culture. Behind the support of 6,776 donors who accounted for 12,494 gifts and pledges, the Cal Athletics Fund surpassed its original $35 million goal and eclipsed the $30 million mark for the second straight year.

Seven gifts, which each hit or exceeded the $1 million mark, provided transformational impacts for Cal Athletics. Lynda Brothers ’68 made an estate gift of $10.8 million to support scholarships for six women’s sports teams — one of the largest single-donor gifts ever to Cal. Former Cal Director of Women’s Athletics Luella Lilly made a legacy gift of $1.275 million to create the Dr. Luella J. Lilly Academic-Athletic Excellence Award Endowment Fund and to support two current softball endowment funds. Stu Gordon ’62 & ’65 gifted $1.1 million from his estate to enhance his tremendous support of our baseball program.

With new financial challenges facing Cal Athletics due to the COVID-19 pandemic, your support is now more crucial than ever. Despite the tough times, we are pleased to report that we have raised $230 million of our $350 million Light the Way campaign goal (65.7%), through Dec. 2020, with a deadline of the end of 2023. It is exciting to see our student-athlete alumni thrive after graduation and subsequently decide to help current Golden Bears pursue their dreams. Of note, 1,487 student-athlete alumni made gifts in fiscal year 2020, including 133 first-time supporters. All told, 1,024 first-time donors collectively gave $3,865,257 (average gift of $3,775).

Dr. Luella Lilly, former Cal Director of Women’s Athletics

of the program’s first head coach — thanks to a pair of $1 million gifts from Tom Shaffer ’79 and his mother, Abby, and Emily ’81 Risberg and her husband, Jeff Risberg. Special thanks to Rodney Friedman ’56 for continuing his family’s outstanding support of Cal men’s rowing — this time with a $1 million gift to create a scholarship in honor of his late wife, Shirley Friedman. Friedman’s efforts were supported by the Rogers family, whose steadfast support and leadership are synonymous with Cal men’s rowing.

Cementing their Cal Athletics’ academic legacy, Pat and Kent ’60 & ’64 Newmark contributed $1 million to endow the Newmark Awards — recognizing team academic excellence — in perpetuity.

We took significant strides this past year towards funding new modern facilities for our softball and beach volleyball programs, driven by the leadership of Bill Ausfahl ’61, Lynda

In 2020, we celebrated the establishment of the first Cal women’s head coaching endowment — the Donna Fong Director of Field Hockey in honor

Brothers ’68, Brad Brian ’74 and many other supporters. The Gender Equity campaign has made great progress, and through your continued generosity, we hope to break ground on both transformative endeavors in 2021. Inspired by a tremendous $12.5 million lead gift from Bryan Cameron in fiscal year 2019, the Cameron Institute launched this fall after more than a year of planning (see page 17 for details). Our student-athletes depend on the passionate support of the Cal community to achieve academic and athletic success. Every gift matters and inspires us to help current and future generations reach their full potential at Cal and beyond.

2019-20 BY THE NUMBERS $36 MILLION RAISED

4,806 ALUMNI — 1,211 FRIENDS

585 PARENTS — 123 CORPORATIONS

12,494 GIFTS AND PLEDGES

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1,024 FIRST-TIME DONORS

NEARLY $11 MILLION TO ANNUAL FUNDS

MORE THAN $15 MILLION IN SUPPORT FOR ENDOWMENTS


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AROUND THE WORLD AUSTRALIA................16 CANADA....................11 CROATIA....................3 ENGLAND.................1

FRANCE....................1 GERMANY.................5 HONG KONG.............6 JAPAN.......................1

NETHERLANDS..........5 NEW ZEALAND..........1 NORWAY...................1 PHILIPPINES.............1

POLAND....................2 SERBIA.....................2 SINGAPORE..............1 SPAIN.......................1

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SWEDEN...................1 SWITZERLAND...........4 TANZANIA..................1 THAILAND.................1

TURKEY.....................2 UNITED KINGDOM.....11


AWARDS As Cal Athletics strives for overall excellence, we are incredibly proud to recognize and celebrate our students’ success. Our Golden Bears demonstrate hard work, dedication and leadership on and off the field of play. Among our 850 student-athletes, we are honored to present those who have achieved national and conference top honors in the 2019-20 season and to laud the collective accomplishments of the department.

Football EVAN WEAVER Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year

Women’s Gymnastics NAVAEH DESOUZA Pac-12 Freshman of the Year

Men’s Swimming & Diving RYAN HOFFER Pac-12 Swimmer of the Year

Women’s Soccer ANGELINA ANDERSON National Freshman of the Year Pac-12 Freshman of the Year Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Year

Women’s Swimming & Diving ABBEY WEITZEIL Honda Sports Award, Top Collegiate Women’s Swimmer

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AWARDS

Women’s Tennis HALEY GIAVARA ITA Northwest Rookie of the Year

Men’s Water Polo NIKOLAOS PAPANIKOLAOU MPSF Newcomer of the Year

The Golden Bears Have Been on a Roll 5 National Top 10 Finishes 5 Teams Participated in the Postseason 3 Team Conference Champions 3 National Athletes of the Year 42 All-Americans 5 Conference Athletes of the Year 1 Conference Coach of the Year 18 First-Team All-Conference Selections

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Men’s Swimming and Diving DAVID DURDEN Pac-12 Coach of the Year


ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS CAL EXCELS IN THE CLASSROOM IN SPRING 2020

COUNT OF TEAMS WITH A GPA OF 3.0+

• 30 teams posted a GPA of at least 3.0.

MEN’S TEAMS

• 72% of Cal’s student-athletes earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. • 272 men (62%) and 339 women (84%) earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. • 97 men (22%) and 156 women (39%) earned a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Kyte Critter, Men’s Gymnastics

WOMEN’S TEAMS

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14 OF 14 7 OF 14 8 OF 14 8 OF 14 8 OF 14 7 OF 14 9 OF 14 8 OF 14 5 OF 14 5 OF 14 4 OF 14

100% 50% 50% 57% 57% 50% 64% 57% 36% 36% 29%

3.148 3.026 3.006 3.022 3.023 3.014 2.991 2.954 2.939 2.931 2.925

Jordan Fines, Softball

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2020 SPRING 2019 FALL 2019 SPRING 2018 FALL 2018 SPRING 2017 FALL 2017 SPRING 2016 FALL 2016 SPRING 2015 FALL 2015 SPRING

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16 OF 16 13 OF 16 14 OF 16 13 OF 16 14 OF 16 13 OF 16 13 OF 16 8 OF 16 14 OF 16 11 OF 16 12 OF 16

100% 81% 88% 81% 88% 81% 81% 50% 88% 69% 75%

3.343 3.224 3.157 3.143 3.167 3.133 3.073 3.014 3.115 3.058 3.070


ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS STUDENT-ATHLETES SHOWCASE DIVERSE INTERESTS IN MAJORS

NEWMARK AWARDS

• Student-athletes were declared in 77 different majors across campus.

The awards were established by generous supporters Kent ’60 & ’64 and Pat Newmark 14 years ago to recognize academic excellence in our 30 sports. The Newmarks endowed the awards program in early 2020, guaranteeing that their family’s name will be synonymous with Cal academic excellence for years to come.

• Among the 15 most popular majors for student-athletes, nine are also the most popular for all undergraduate students, including business administration, political science, economics, molecular and cell biology, cognitive science and mechanical engineering.

Football received the Newmark Award for Most Improved GPA for the second straight year. GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE • Based upon the most recent Graduation Success Rate (GSR) released in November 2020, Cal posted its highest ever mark with 87% of its student-athletes who entered the university on athletic aid between 2010-2013 graduating within the measured six-year period.

The 2019-20 team winners for highest GPA were: Men’s Crew (3.284, large team) Women’s Soccer (3.558, large team) Men’s Golf (3.332, small team) Women’s Tennis (3.432, small team)

• Six teams earned 100% graduation rates — women’s golf (2nd year in a row), women’s gymnastics (4th year in a row), softball (highest ever and up 12% over last year), men’s tennis (5th year in a row), women’s tennis (8th year in a row), and volleyball (9th year in a row). • Women’s basketball’s GSR of 90% is its highest in the last 10 years and up 11% over last year. Men’s basketball’s GSR of 86% is its highest ever and up 22% over last year. • Football’s GSR of 80% is its highest ever, up 36% over the last seven years and up 5% over last year.

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BEARS GIVE BACK HICKS FIGHTS FOR THOSE IN NEED A GOLDEN HEART CAL DEFENSIVE BACK CREATES CAMPAIGN FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES AFFECTED BY COVID-19

JORDAN FINES HAS USED HER TIME AT CAL TO HELP THE COMMUNITY

program will be overseen by the organization.

Towards the end of her freshman term, Cal softball student-athlete Jordan Fines, who graduated in May 2020 with a sociology degree, and her roommates realized they had a lot of leftover non-perishable food. They didn’t want to let it go to waste, so they collected the food — nearly 100 Ziploc bags worth — and handed them out to people in need, from side streets and freeway underpasses in Oakland to People’s Park.

“We’re so inspired by Elijah’s willingness to get involved and help kids,” said Jessica Bomberg, Associate Director of Peer-To-Peer Fundraising at No Kid Hungry. “We believe that everyone has a strength to share and can do their part to make a big impact in their own community and nationwide. Elijah is a great example of that.” Never has intercepting poverty been so important to Cal defensive back Elijah Hicks. The senior established his own non-profit called Intercept Poverty in 2019 to help college students in need. With that same spirit of altruism, Hicks has partnered with another nonprofit, No Kid Hungry, to help raise money for low-income families during the COVID-19 crisis. “When this came out and I saw all the schools shutting down, I knew there would be a lot of struggling parents out there that all of a sudden had to stay home and wouldn’t have time to prepare for it,” Hicks said. “A lot of people wouldn’t get paid sick leave and would have to file for unemployment. With all the chaos going on in the world, at least we can find a way to have a positive impact on someone’s life.”

Intercept Poverty was born from firsthand experience. Growing up with 10 siblings in Long Beach, California, Hicks and his family didn’t always have a lot of resources at their disposal. Hicks recognizes his football ability earned him the opportunities he has now at the No. 1 public university in the world, but acknowledges the majority of people in similar situations may not be blessed with the same fortunes.

The endeavor inspired Fines and teammate Zoe Conley to begin the Pay It Forward campaign the following year. Including their friends and other Cal student-athletes, they produced enough food to feed approximately 50 people in the downtown Oakland area. They also donated other essential items, including socks, water bottles, rain ponchos and hygiene products.

Hicks started the non-profit to aid college students in need. He also volunteers at the Basic Needs Center on campus.

Although she was part of the process with her, Conley, who graduated in 2019 and is now a paralegal at a property management agency in Berkeley, gives all the credit to Fines.

When Hicks started thinking of ways to help during the COVID-19 crisis, he spent a lot of time on the phone with his dad, Tony. That helped him flesh out the idea, which he then passed on to his athletic counterparts.

Within 48 hours of collegiate sports being shut down across the country, Hicks came up with the idea to solicit the platform of teammates and fellow Pac-12 student-athletes to make the case to help those less fortunate during the coronavirus outbreak.

“I understand the platform student-athletes have,” Hicks said. “What better way to get some teammates and fellow players around the Pac who I respect to come together for a certain cause and do this for low-income families. I thought it would be pretty powerful.”

All donations related to Hicks’ campaign go directly to No Kid Hungry, whose mission is to end childhood hunger across the country. One hundred percent of the money raised by Hicks’

Hicks’ original goal was to raise $10,000, which was met after only a few days. Hick’s Intercept Poverty COVID-19 campaign has raised more than $66,000 as of December 1, 2020.

In addition to helping the homeless community, Fines made a tremendous impact in numerous ways during her time at Cal. The native of Elk Grove, California, also co-founded the first ever women’s club in collegiate athletics at Cal known as Golden Girls, whose goal is to further unite all women involved in the university’s athletics department, from student-athletes to coaches to administration. A true ambassador for the school, Fines found herself filling the role as an advocate for the university both athletically and academically. Fines aspires to be a leader in education. Her post-graduation plans include working for

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Teach for America in the California Capital Valley as an elementary school teacher while working towards getting her master’s degree in education from Loyola Marymount University. An active mentor for children at elementary schools, Fines’ source of inspiration to pursue a career in education came after taking a sociology of poverty class, where she learned about disparities in educational systems and institutions. Fines’ desire to help any way possible has also been found on the softball field, particularly during her junior campaign in 2019 when she earned a role as a reliable utility player. While she enjoyed a breakout season, she also battled Lyme disease after being diagnosed in September of 2018. Despite the health issues presenting a difficult hurdle, Fines is pleased with how she thrived academically and athletically after the diagnosis. The experience led her to appreciate the opportunities she had at Cal, and her motivation and drive would not let the circumstances hold her back.

Cal Athletics Golden Girls


BEARS GIVE BACK

Garrett Dunn

Michael Saffell meets with Summer Reading Challenge participants in August 2019.

THE RIGHT THING TO DO

ACCEPTING THE CHALLENGE

CAL DUO PROVIDES RESOURCES TO LOCAL YOUTH FOR REMOTE LEARNING

MICHAEL SAFFELL CARRIES ON PATRICK LAIRD’S READING PROGRAM

Garrett Dunn and Lucas Allen knew there was work to be done. The question was, how?

Former Cal running back Patrick Laird has been opening up plenty of eyes in Miami, where he made the Dolphins’ roster as an undrafted free agent. Current Cal center Michael Saffell, one of Laird’s close friends, kept in touch with Laird throughout the NFL preseason in 2019 and marveled at his efforts to make the roster. Not that Laird was interested in talking about that. “I’ll say, ‘Hey, great touchdown,’ and he’ll say, ‘How’s the reading program going?’” Saffell said. The reading program is none other than the one Laird started last year before his senior year at Cal. An avid reader, Laird is concerned with the reading loss that occurs among children who don’t pick up any books during the summer. So he created the “Patrick Laird Summer Reading Challenge,” a program that entices youngsters to read over the summer and earn tickets to a Cal football game. The program exploded in its first year, with 3,500 tickets going to participants in the challenge for the season opener against North Carolina. When he graduated in May, Laird knew he

had to find the right person to continue to spearhead the program. He didn’t have to think about it very long before choosing Saffell.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the Bay Area, Dunn and Allen, the sophomores on the Cal men’s water polo and football teams, respectively, found themselves motivated to help socioeconomically disadvantaged K-12 students continue their academic development through remote learning.

Truth be told, Laird wasn’t really stringing Saffell along. Laird always knew Saffell would make a great heir apparent to take over the program. Laird launched the Reading Challenge in April of 2018 and that summer did over 25 speaking engagements at schools and camps, promoting the challenge and imparting the importance of reading to kids. Saffell, with the help of former teammate Henry Bazakas, has also made about 25 appearances, and Cal had over 2,500 tickets redeemed from challenge participants at the 2019 season opener against UC Davis.

Their solution was Team Educational Development (TED), a charity organization that collected over 3,000 books during an April 11 book drive. Allen called Dunn, and within 48 hours, the best friends were putting TED in motion. To promote TED and the book drive, the group created a website and spread the word through their personal Instagram profiles.

Like Laird in previous years, Saffell met and spoke to the children who participated in the challenge after the game against UC Davis. Saffell, a senior, hopes to continue to grow the program.

The group set up two ways to collect the books while abiding by proper social distancing guidelines, offering a pick-up service from people’s doorsteps and providing a three-hour drop-off window at the Safeway supermarket in Moraga, California. TED collected over 3,000 books, far more than their anticipated range of 500-1,000.

Saffell added afterschool programs to the list of destinations for the program last year, as well as local YMCAs, basketball and baseball programs. Laird served as a mentor to guide the process.

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Lucas Allen The response to the book drive led to a pair of partnerships between TED and the Berkeley Public Schools Fund and GO Public Schools Oakland to help with distribution efforts. TED was a direct result of the community service efforts that Dunn and Allen were already involved with at Cal. Before the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily halted the programs, the pair had served hot meals to community members at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and was involved in UC Berkeley’s SAGE Mentorship Project at Oxford Elementary School, where they provided oneon-one mentoring to local youth. Dunn and Allen’s efforts to engage with their community also tie into a core principal of being a Cal student-athlete. As Bay Area communities continue to be impacted by COVID-19, there’s still work to be done through TED. The 3,000-plus collected books were transitioned to the Berkeley Public Schools Fund, which handled the distribution to families and children in need of the books. TED has shifted its focus to its next project — a technology drive for used laptops, tablets and home Wi-Fi systems. It’s uncertain what TED will be in the long term, but both Golden Bears want to continue building it into a vehicle for change. To make a donation through TED, visit tedfoundation.wixsite.com/bookdrive.


CLASS OF 2020 Baseball Conner Bock Jack Delmore Max Flower Thomas Henderson Brandon Mcllwain Jack Wolger Men’s Basketball Paris Austin Jacob Orender David Serge Kareem South Women’s Basketball Sara Anastasieska Jaelyn Brown Mi’Cole Cayton CJ West Chen Yue

Jordyn Elliott, Women’s Soccer

Beach Volleyball Madison Dueck Bridget Gustafson Iya Lindahl Chloe Luyties Men’s Cross Country Benjamin Harper Women’s Cross Country Ariane Arndt Jordyn Colter Marissa Dobry Brenley Goertzen Chloe Hansel

Field Hockey Katrina Carter Femke Delissen Fionna Jensen Gabi Jimenez Kyra Kent Lindsay Matthison Danielle Mentink Football Traveon Beck Steven Coutts Valentino Daltoso Ashtyn Davis Colt Doughty Jordan Duncan Ben Hawk-Schrider Jaylinn Hawkins Collin Moore Alex Netherda Gabriel Siemieniec Greg Thomas Lone Toailoa Trey Turner Chinedu Udeogu Ricky Walker Evan Weaver

Makayla Ward, Lacrosse

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Men’s Golf Jamie Cheatham Women’s Golf Maria Herraez Galvez Ji Yoon Jang Amina Wolf Men’s Gymnastics Kyte Crigger Asad Jooma Harrison Plate Anton Vorona Jonathan Wang Women’s Gymnastics Cassidy Keelen Rachael Mastrangelo

Lacrosse Ella Annest Lauren Hickman Maryn Macha Susie Ropp Makayla Ward Men’s Rowing Brett Cataldo Sam Champion Will Creedon Danny Jordan Matt Mesman Charlie Ryan Jack Smith Women’s Rowing Maddison Brown Elisa Forbes Sydney Holgado Cubbie Kile Nadia Negm Sydney Payne June Schellscheidt


CLASS OF 2020 Rugby Keanu Andrade Sebastian Bader Sam Cusano Taylor Damron Christian Dyer Sid Holland Robert Paylor George Salter Tom Spradling Lone Toailoa Jack Weigold Damon Wiley Men’s Soccer Stefano Bonomo Drake Callender Javier Macias Noah Texter

Women’s Soccer Maggie Bell Daisy Cleverley Mia Corbin Jordyn Elliott Kayla Fong Abi Kim Avery Lakeman Olivia Sekany Softball Destiny Blueford Kamalani Dung Jordan Fines Men’s Swimming & Diving Karl Arvidsson Connor Callahan Shane Forker Michael Jensen Zheng Wen Quah Pawel Sendyk Andy Song Jack Xie Ethan Young

Women’s Swimming & Diving Keaton Blovad Alexa Buckley Aislinn Light Maddie Murphy Courtney Mykkanen Abbey Weitzeil Men’s Tennis Dominic Barretto Bjorn Hoffmann Mert Zincirli Women’s Tennis Alexis Nelson

Men’s Track & Field Diab Davis Jasher Foster Mckay Johnson Brandon Marion Tristan Meye Women’s Track & Field Zion Corrales Nelson Schantell Williams Volleyball Maddie Haynes Bailee Huizenga Kat Knop Savannah Rennie Emma Smith Morgan Wright

Robert Paylor, Rugby

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Men’s Water Polo Bernardo Carelli Jordan Hoover Cade Kruse Odysseas Masmanidis Women’s Water Polo Hannah DeRose Kristina Garcia Cam Greer Daily Hartmeier Jackie Sanders Catie Wallace


LEGACY OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1939-40 • Marty Biles, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field: javelin

1969-70 • Eddie Hart, Men’s Outdoor Track and Field: 100 yards

Eddie Hart

Marty Biles

1929-30 • Dolf Muehleisen/Robert Muench, Men’s Tennis: doubles • Ken Churchill, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field: javelin

1959-60 • Men’s Varsity Eight Rowing • James Fairchild: Men’s Gymnastics: pommel horse

Ken Churchill

James Fairchild

Since football stood atop the national poll in 1920, Cal Athletics has established a long history of greatness defined by national championship titles. Cal has claimed at least one national champion in 46 consecutive years when all sports completed their seasons. Additionally, Cal has had at least one national champion — team, individual, crew, doubles, or relay — in 85 of the last 100 years. We strive to continue our tradition of excellence as we provide exceptional experiences for all of our student-athletes. Above is a look at Cal national champions grouped by decades ending in 0.

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LEGACY OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1989-90 • Matt Lucena/Doug Eisenman, Men’s Tennis: doubles • Sheila Hudson, Women’s Indoor Track & Field: long jump, triple jump • Sheila Hudson, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field: long jump, triple jump

2009-10 • Nathan Adrian: Men’s Swimming: 100-yard freestyle • Damir Dugonjic, Men’s Swimming: 100-yard breaststroke • Tom Shields, Men’s Swimming: 100-yard backstroke • Liv Jensen, Women’s Swimming: 50-yard freestyle • Men’s Swimming: 200-yard freestyle relay, 400-yard freestyle relay, 200-yard medley relay, 400-yard medley relay • Men’s Varsity Eight Rowing • Rugby

Sheila Hudson

1979-80 • Women’s Varsity Eight Rowing • Women’s Varsity Four Rowing • Rugby • Men’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Tennis • Par Arvidsson, Men’s Swimming: 100-yard butterfly, 200-yard butterfly

Liv Jensen

1999-00 • Men’s Varsity Eight Rowing • Men’s Junior Varsity Eight Rowing • Men’s Freshman Eight Rowing • Rugby • Michael Ashe, Men’s Gymnastics: high bar • Anthony Ervin, Men’s Swimming: 50-meter freestyle, 100-meter freestyle • Claire Curran/Amy Jensen, Women’s Tennis: doubles • Bevan Hart, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field: decathlon • Men’s Swimming: 400-meter freestyle relay • Women’s Swimming: 200-meter freestyle relay, 200-meter medley relay

1979-80 Women’s Rowing

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Michael Ashe


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Marvin Jones Jr., NFL Mychal Kendricks, NFL Jordan Kunaszyk, NFL L.P. Ladouceur, NFL Patrick Laird, NFL Alex Mack, NFL Patrick Mekari, NFL Ron Rivera, NFL (coach) Vincent Rivera, NFL (coach) Aaron Rodgers, NFL  Richard Rodgers, NFL Richard Rodgers Sr., NFL (coach) Mitchell Schwartz, NFL Nick Sundberg, NFL Evan Weaver, NFL Davis Webb, NFL

Han Lee, Asian Development, Japan KK Limbhasut, MacKenzie Collin Morikawa, PGA Champion  Joël Stalter, PGA, European, European Challenge, Web.com Michael Weaver, PGA, eGolf, Latino America, Mackenzie, Web.com, Korn Ferry Charlie Wi, PGA, Asian, Web.com

MEN’S GOLF Byeong-Hun An, PGA, European Challenge Shotaro Ban, China, Web.com, Korn Ferry Sebastian Crampton, MacKenzie Ben Doyle, PGA Latino America Aditya Gandranata, Asian Development, China, European, PGA Indonesia Brandon Hagy, PGA, Canadian, eGolf, Web.com James Hahn, PGA, Canadian, Korean, Gateway, Web.com Max Homa, PGA, Web.com Michael Kim, PGA, Web.com

MEN’S GYMNASTICS Yordan Aleksandro, Bulgarian National Team

WOMEN’S GOLF Emily Childs, Symetra Daniela Holmqvist, LPGA Vikki Laing, Ladies European Anna Temple, UC Davis (coach) Anne Walker, Stanford (coach)

MEN’S ROWING Maarten Hurkmans, Netherlands National Team Martin Mackovic, Serbia National Team Ferdinand Querfeld, Austria National Team Christoph Seifriedsberger, Austria National Team Joachim Sutton, Denmark National Team


PRO BEARS

Current Bears with professional sports affiliations as of November 1, 2020; please contact the Cal Athletics Fund at (510) 642-2427 to alert us of any updates.

WOMEN’S ROWING Kendall Chase, U.S. National Team Jacinta Edmunds, Australia National Team Kara Kohler, U.S. National Team  Rowan McKellar, Great Britain National Team Sydney Payne, Canada National Team Rosie Popa, Australia National Team

MEN’S SOCCER David Bingham, MLS Steven Birnbaum, MLS Drake Callender, MLS Servando Carrasco, USL Jose Carrera-Garcia, USL Seth Casiple, USL Chris Cortez, Czechoslovakia Stefan Frei, MLS Hector Jimenez, MLS Sam Junqua, MLS Shinya Kadono, NISA Jonathan Klinsmann, MLS Simon Lekressner, USL Nick Lima, MLS  Alex Mangels, USL Christian Thierjung, NISA

RUGBY Daniel Barrett, U.S. National Team, U.S. 7s National Team Nicklas Boyer, MLR Brendan Daly, MLR Christian Dyer, U.S. 7s National Team Eric Fry, U.S. National Team, RC Vannes Drew Gaffney, MLR Jack Iscaro, MLR Nic Mirhashem, MLR Blaine Scully, U.S. National Team Louis Stanfill, MLR Kevin Sullivan, MLR Russell Webb, HKRFU

WOMEN’S SOCCER Guru Bergsvand, Norway Celeste Boureille, NWSL Emily Boyd, NWSL Daisy Cleverley, New Zealand National Team Betsy Hassett, New Zealand National Team, Iceland Abi Kim, NWSL Haley Lukas, Poland Alex Morgan, U.S. National Team, Women’s Super League, NWSL Miranda Nild, Thailand National Team Ifeoma Onumonu, NWSL Arielle Ship, NWSL

Niki van Sprang, Netherlands National Team Julian Venonsky, U.S. National Team Alex Wallis, U.S. National Team Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk, Poland National Team

SOFTBALL Valerie Arioto, U.S. National Team Courtney (Scott) Deifel, Arkansas (coach) Kamalani Dung, Puerto Rico National Team, Athletes Unlimited  Jolene Henderson, USSSA Pride Jazmyn Jackson, CA Commotion, Athletes Unlimited Katie Sutherland-Finch, Australia Magpies Softball Club Khala Taylor, ASBA Britt Vonk, Netherlands National Team, Scrap Yard Dawgs MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Nathan Adrian, U.S. National Team Damir Dugonjic, Slovenia National Team Dave Durden, U.S. National Team (coach) Long Gutierrez, Mexico National Team Chase Kreitler, USA Swimming (coach) Ryan Murphy, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current Nick Norman, U.S. National Team Jacob Pebley, U.S. National Team, ISL D.C. Trident Josh Prenot, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current Zheng Wen Quah, Singapore National Team Andrew Seliskar, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current

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Tom Shields, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Stephanie Au, Hong Kong National Team Kathleen Baker, U.S. National Team Amy Bilquist, ISL D.C. Trident Carol Capitani, Texas (coach) Camille Cheng, Hong Kong National Team Marina Garcia, Spain National Team Madison Kennedy, U.S. National Team, ISL DC Trident Yvette Kong, Hong Kong National Team Teri McKeever, U.S. National Team (coach) Katie McLaughlin, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current Farida Osman, Egypt National Team, ISL LA Current  Abbey Weitzeil, U.S. National Team, ISL LA Current MEN’S TENNIS Filip Bergevi J.P. Fruttero Andre Goransson Billy Griffith Florian Lakat Ben McLachlan WOMEN’S TENNIS Maegan Manasse

VOLLEYBALL Hana Cutura, France Maddie Haynes, Germany Mia Jerkov, Turkey Carli Lloyd, U.S. National Team, Brazil  Lara Vukasovic, Italy MEN’S WATER POLO Lazar Andric, France Gavin Arroyo, U.S. National Team (coach) Luca Cupido, U.S. National Team Johnny Hooper, U.S. National Team Jeff Tyrrell, US. National Team (coach) WOMEN’S WATER POLO Dora Antal, Hungary National Team, Euro League/Hungarian League Carla Carrega, Italy National Team, Euro League/Italian League Lauren Charter, English League Anna Illés, Hungary National Team, Euro League/Hungarian League Rachael Lewin, English League Kelly McKee, Canada National Team Kindred Paul, Canada National Team Sarah Siepker: Australian League Madison Tagg, English League Rosa Tarrago, Spain National Team, Euro League/Spanish League


CAL ATHLETICS FUND EVENTS As members, you have access to unique opportunities and experiences offered by the Cal Athletics Fund. In accordance with state, city, and campus health guidelines, in-person offerings are postponed for the foreseeable future. CAF events are also subject to change and availability. For more information on our virtual engagement opportunities, contact us at calathleticsfund@berkeley.edu or (510) 642-2427, or visit calathleticsfund.com. CAL ATHLETICS FUND EVENTS

SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET

• Away Game Tailgates & Hospitality

Hosted annually at California Memorial Stadium, this dinner gives Athletic Scholarship level supporters the opportunity to connect with student-athletes who are honorees of their scholarships and listen firsthand to the impact their financial support has on our studentathletes. Cal supporter Mark Edelstone, Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton, lacrosse head coach Brooke Eubanks, and football student-athlete Michael Saffell were the featured speakers on January 31, 2020.

• Head Coach Chalk Talks • Fireside Chats • Parent-Guardian Open House • Exclusive Virtual Events

THANK YOU LUNCHEON & AWARDS CELEBRATION Hosted annually for supporters at the Golden C Club level and above — join coaches, student-athletes and staff to celebrate Cal’s accomplishments and the generosity of the supporters for the year. Awards in outstanding service, dedication and others are presented to select members of the Cal Athletics community. The 2020 event was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CAL ATHLETICS FUND CARAVAN The annual event series is hosted in-person or virtually and covers various topics with administrators, head coaches, alumni, pro Bears, and special guests. This year’s series included “Coaching Through Crisis,” “The Pro Bear Perspective,” “The Cameron Institute & Student-Athlete Development,” and “150 Years of Women at Berkeley.”

From left: Mark and Lori Edelstone and Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton From top left: Dave Durden, Ron Rivera, Layshia Clarendon, and Nathan Adrian

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CAMERON INSTITUTE PROGRAM UPDATE After about 18 months of hiring senior staff and building different pillars of the program, the Cameron Institute launched in the fall of 2020. The Cameron Institute was made possible by a $12.5 million gift from C. Bryan Cameron and includes four main pillars — Leadership & Personal Development, Career Development, Community Engagement, and High Performance & Well-Being. During the pandemic, all of the Cameron Institute’s services are offered online. In addition to Director Dr. Marissa Nichols, the Cameron Institute features three other directors with advanced degrees. Dr. Sean Hendricks serves as Chief of Staff and oversees Leadership & Personal Development, Dr. Graig Chow is in charge of High Performance & Well-Being, and Dr. Bineti Vitta manages Career Development. Bobby Thompson is the institute’s Interim Director of Operations and oversees the Community Engagement pillar. Additional hires are expected in 2021.

The Golden Bear Network is Cal Athletics’ new signature online platform to directly connect Cal student-athletes to professionals for career support. There are a variety of ways you can help student-athletes, including: • Facilitating job exploration through informational interviews or job shadowing • Reviewing resumes or cover letters • Connecting student-athletes to job or internship opportunities • Serving as a guest, panelist, or keynote speaker at a career development event

The California Way serves as the overarching model of success for the Cameron Institute, guiding all programming and services. It’s a multi-pronged set of aspirational outcomes with clear metrics attached, with the goal of aiding student-athletes to perform at their full potential both during their time at Cal and beyond.

• Mentoring Visit GoldenBearNetwork.com to set up your account. It only takes three minutes!

CAMERON INSTITUTE ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

THE CALIFORNIA WAY The California Way is a system for Cal student-athletes to perform at their full potential and thrive for a lifetime. The Cameron Institute helps the Cal student-athlete become: • Multidimensional — excelling in school, sport and in life • An authentic leader who is purposeful and lives their core values Dr. Marissa Nichols

Dr. Sean Hendricks

• Team-oriented — working collaboratively and making unique contributions to achieve collective goals • Committed to excellence and has a high performance mindset • Immersed in meaningful and transformational campus and community experiences • Well-connected to a strong and robust network of alumni and professionals • Grateful for the experiences at a world-class institution and invested in giving back to future generations of Golden Bears • Positioned to land their First Golden Opportunity and flourish in their chosen career

Dr. Graig Chow

Dr. Bineti Vitta

Bobby Thompson

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW: REVENUES & EXPENSES REVENUES

CONTRIBUTIONS, ENDOWMENT AND INVESTMENT INCOME, AND IN-KIND SUPPORT

TICKET SALES, AND GAME DAY RELATED SALES

19%

12% OTHER

TRANSFERS FROM UC BERKELEY

2%

23%

PROGRAM, NOVELTY, PARKING, AND CONCESSIONS SALES

NCAA AND PAC-12 DISTRIBUTIONS

1%

9% ROYALTIES, LICENSING, ADVERTISING, AND SPONSORSHIPS

MEDIA RIGHTS

22%

16%

EXPENSES

COACHING, SUPPORT STAFF / ADMINISTRATIVE COMPENSATION, SEVERANCE PAYMENTS

47%

ATHLETIC STUDENT AID

11% OTHER ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT EXPENSES

15% MEDICAL INSURANCE

2% SPORT-SPECIFIC COSTS

CAMPUS FEES

19%

6% 18


TOTAL COST OF EXCELLENCE 2019-20 STUDENT-ATHLETE ANNUAL EXPENSES

$35,255

From left: Marisa Kuberra, Cameron Gordon and Nikki Zaccaro, Lacrosse

*IN-STATE TUITION, ROOM, BOARD, BOOKS, FULL COST OF ATTENDANCE STIPEND

$2,118

ATHLETICS PERFORMANCE

$6,587 EQUIPMENT

$6,537 TEAM TRAVEL

$6,891

GAME EXPERIENCE

$2,826

SPORTS MEDICINE, MEDICAL

$1,376

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

$4,688

OTHER EXPENSES

Kent Hunter, Men’s Tennis

*OUT-OF-STATE TUITION, ROOM, BOARD, BOOKS, FULL COST OF ATTENDANCE STIPEND: $65,009

$66,278 AVERAGE ANNUAL COST FOR AN IN-STATE STUDENT-ATHLETE (OUT-OF-STATE = $96,032*) 19

Francisco Perez, Men’s Soccer


DONOR HIGHLIGHTS A PERFECT MATCH LYNDA BROTHERS (‘68) MAKES TRANSFORMATIONAL GIFT TO CAL ATHLETICS Lynda Brothers might have been the best female athlete walking around the UC Berkeley campus back in the late 1960s, but every once in a while she met her match. Brothers, while playing for Cal’s women’s tennis team, used to practice at the Hearst Tennis Courts. Turns out the husband of the world’s No. 1 women’s tennis player at the time was a student at the nearby Boalt Law School (now BerkeleyLaw). Now and then, Billie Jean (Moffitt) King made an appearance at Hearst and hit with Brothers. Brothers had a lot of fun at Cal, and the impact the campus made on her was life-changing — so much so that she is dedicated to giving back to the university. In an extraordinary example of her commitment to Cal’s future, Brothers has gifted Cal Athletics approximately $10.8 million via her estate to support six women’s sports teams on campus. It’s one of the largest single-donor gifts the department has ever received, and will be transformational to Intercollegiate Athletics at UC Berkeley. Brothers’ gift will endow scholarships for women’s basketball, women’s tennis, softball, volleyball, women’s golf, and field hockey.

Brother serves as co-chair of a Gender Equity project that is raising funds for new facilities for softball and beach volleyball. She also funded a women’s basketball scholarship in 2014 and has supported women’s golf and women’s tennis in the past. “Lynda has been a friend of our program for many years, as well as our broader women’s athletic program,” Cal head women’s golf coach Nancy McDaniel said. “The interest and care that she has chosen for all of our programs is impactful, and knowing that this gift is in our future gives us a feeling of stability and hope for funding all the women’s sports at a very high level at Cal.” Brothers received her degree in genetics from Cal in 1968 before earning a master’s in biology from Virginia in 1971 and her law degree from Golden Gate University in 1976. She went on to a superlative career as an environmental lawyer, making huge impacts in both the private and public sectors. Brothers attended Cal before the presence of varsity sports for women. While sports was a huge part of her life during her time in Berkeley, she said it was her experience as a student that provided the primary motivation

for giving back to the athletics department. “Berkeley was just a life-changing experience for me,” Brothers said. “It’s just an incredible place that has done a lot for me. You don’t have a sense of how capable you are until you go to a place like Berkeley. It was intellectually challenging. When you realize you can do all this at a place like Berkeley, it’s confidence-building.” At 5-foot-11 and athletic, Brothers can’t help but wonder what she may have been able to accomplish with the advances that have been made for the female athlete since she left college. But she was still able to take the lessons learned from her time as a Golden Bear and apply them to her law career. “My life would have been so different if some of the progress that we have seen in the last 10-20 years took place when I was younger,” Brothers said. “Sports was not a career option for me. But I can’t stress enough how important sports are for women. One of the reasons I’ve had success in a male-dominated profession is all of my years in sports. I understood teamwork. Sports were immeasurable in the value of my career.” Lynda Brothers ’68

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DONOR HIGHLIGHTS SECURING AN ACADEMIC FUTURE KENT AND PAT NEWMARK ENDOW THE NEWMARK AWARDS IN PERPETUITY Since 2007, Pat and Kent Newmark have been rewarding Cal’s athletic teams for academic success. They now have made sure that the tradition will last forever. The Newmarks have made a $1 million gift to Cal Athletics to endow the Newmark Awards in perpetuity. The awards are given annually to the athletic programs on campus with the highest cumulative grade point average in different categories. Each winning team earns a grant to include in the program’s operating budget. “We’re not getting any younger, so we decided to endow it in perpetuity and won’t have to worry about it,” said Kent Newmark, who graduated from Cal in 1960 after competing in tennis and track and field for the Golden Bears. “Both of us have always felt that academics and athletics are

a very important part of college life. This is a way to combine them.” The Newmarks, who have been honored as Builders of Berkeley, are long-time supporters of Cal Athletics. Some of their generous leadership gifts have recently focused on the men’s and women’s tennis and golf programs, as well as Cal softball. The Newmark Awards were originally established to honor the top academic male and female team on campus, along with the most improved, with a grant. The program was expanded in 2018 to reward a large team and small team from each gender. Cal’s football team won last year’s most improved award. “Kent and Pat have set a phenomenal example regarding the important role academics play in

The Newmarks (center) with Cal Beach Volleyball

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shaping post-collegiate success,” Cal football coach Justin Wilcox said. “Winning last year’s Newmark Award for most improved team GPA meant a lot to each player in our program. We are proud of the progress we have made in the classroom and on the field, and will continue to place an emphasis on well-rounded success at Cal.” Director of Athletics Jim Knowlton’s enthusiasm was one of the reasons Kent and Pat were inspired to endow the awards. “The importance of this award was really magnified when Jim took over,” Kent Newmark said. “He seemed to acknowledge how important it was. He’s been a force behind the enthusiasm of the coaches and studentathletes. It’s a credit to him. Without his impetus, we may not have endowed the award.” Past Newmark Award winners have utilized the financial grant for such things as unique team building activities or program-specific needs that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. The Newmarks have also spent time visiting

with the winning teams and getting to know coaches and student-athletes. “Kent and Pat have set the bar high for academic and athletic excellence at Cal, which supports my goal of challenging our studentathletes to be the best they can be in the classroom and in the pool,” said Cal women’s swimming head coach Teri McKeever, whose team won the Newmark Award for female large teams in 2019. The Newmarks said they have heard from various Cal coaches that winning the award has become a source of internal competition among Golden Bear athletic programs. “As we started hanging around the athletes more and more, we realized how much effort they put into everything they do,” Pat Newmark said. “Cal has such a fine reputation academically, and they maintain not only that, but strive so hard to excel at their sport, too. We really stand in awe of all the student-athletes. We think they’re the best.”


DONOR HIGHLIGHTS FIRST CAL WOMEN’S SPORT COACH POSITION ENDOWED THE DONNA FONG DIRECTOR OF FIELD HOCKEY CREATED WITH TWO $1 MILLION GIFTS

Shellie Onstead (left) and Donna Fong, Cal Field Hockey

In the fall of 1980, a fledgling field hockey team in only its fifth season of existence made a run all the way to the national championship final. Now, nearly 40 years later, two members of that team are giving back in a way that will help support the program for another 40 years — or longer. Thanks to a pair of $1 million gifts from Tom Shaffer and his mother, Abby, and Emily Risberg and her husband, Jeff, field hockey will become the first women’s sport at Cal to have its head coaching position endowed. From now on, the position will be known as the Donna Fong Director of Field Hockey, named in honor of the Golden Bears’ first head coach. Both Tom Shaffer and Emily Risberg have long connections to Cal field hockey, dating back to when they were students in Berkeley during the early years of the team’s existence. Risberg was a midfielder for the Bears, while Shaffer served as the team’s assistant coach. Under Fong’s

guidance, they helped the program achieve its highest finish ever with a runner-up performance in the 1980 AIAW national tournament.

Fong at a summer field hockey camp as a young teenager. The impression Fong made continues to this day.

As a student at Cal, Shaffer was a member of the junior varsity men’s basketball team for two years before learning the sport of field hockey. He continued to play after graduation and made several appearances with the U.S. National Team. Shaffer earned his degree in chemical engineering in 1979, then officially joined Cal field hockey as Fong’s assistant coach in 1980.

“I would have never dreamed that she would ultimately be my coach,” said Risberg, who, with Jeff, also honored Fong in 2015 by establishing the Donna Fong Scholarship Fund given each year to support a deserving student-athlete. “I was so impressed by her because she just had this quiet style about her. Her technical knowledge of the game was just amazing.”

During his stint with the Bears, he embarked on his professional career with Chevron. Over the ensuing years, he stayed close to Cal field hockey, and he remains passionate to this day about ensuring gender equity in sports.

Fong oversaw the Cal field hockey program for 19 seasons, beginning with the team’s initial campaign in 1976. She guided the team to the postseason seven times before her retirement in 1994. Over her final three seasons, Fong led Cal to three conference titles, earning NorPac Coach of the Year each time.

“I’m very supportive of the field hockey program, and I’m very supportive of Donna,” Tom Shaffer said. “I appreciate having the connection to Cal and being able to do things to impact Cal. I feel this is something we can leverage to help get people to support women’s athletics and the field hockey program. It’s a great activity and a great program in need of support.” Risberg played for the Bears through the 1980 season, graduating in 1981 with her degree in nutrition and food science. While she spent the majority of her career in the bioinstrumentation and biotech fields, she has continued to support the sport of field hockey, even coaching it for 10 years at the high school level. Risberg’s desire to honor the legacy of her college coach dates back to when she first met

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From left: Tom Shaffer, Donna Fong, Courtney Dolder and Emily Risberg

Over the course of her career, Fong coached seven All-Americans, and her players earned all-conference honors 52 times. During the historic 1980 season, the roster featured Onstead and future two-time Olympian Marcy Place. Onstead succeeded Fong in 1995 and recently completed her 25th season as head coach. She had her own Olympic moment in 2008 when she served as an assistant coach for the U.S. team in Beijing. The field hockey position is the third coaching endowment at Cal, following the establishment of the Alex and Marie Shipman Director of Men’s Golf announced in 2016 and the Director of Men’s Tennis created by an anonymous donor in 2018.


ROLL ON CAMPAIGN Join the Roll On Campaign and help us tackle the COVID-19 pandemic! Resources from Roll On will be invested into three priorities:

PEOPLE

PROGRAMS

Before the pandemic hit, Cal was rolling. Our basketball programs showed their growth in the Pac-12 tournaments, the swimming and diving and gymnastics teams were primed for strong postseason campaigns, and we were on the path to a balanced budget for the first time in over a decade. While the pursuit of excellence and the drive to provide our student-athletes with a worldclass experience has never wavered, the pandemic has brought unexpected challenges to Cal.

PREVENTION

Cal Athletics is facing a projected revenue shortfall of $31-$36 million for 2020-21. This shortfall stems from a variety of factors, primarily sparked by limited competition and the increased costs brought on by the pandemic for new health and safety measures taken throughout all athletic training and facilities. We have already taken measures to mitigate the revenue shortfall, such as a hiring freeze, a pause in merit increases, voluntary temporary salary decreases for the highest earners, significant budget reductions, among others. However, all of our efforts are not enough and we need your help to close the gap.

In response, we launched the Roll On campaign, a department-wide initiative to meet the challenges of the pandemic and continue to support our student-athletes. During a given year, our goal is to raise $10 million in annual gifts as one part of our overall efforts to support the student-athlete experience. For 2020-21, we are calling on the Cal community to stretch that to $15 million so that we can continue to roll on through this pandemic. The additional resources provided will allow us to invest in the three priorites of People, Programs, and Prevention, and effectively respond to the pandemic while continuing to maintain an exceptional and safe experience for our student-athletes.

“With your help, we will Roll On through this pandemic and together will emerge stronger than ever.” – Jim Knowlton, Director of Athletics

For information about the Roll On campaign, go to calathleticsfund.com/rollon.

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DONOR HONOR ROLL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP CLUB ($25,000+) Theresa G. Alexander P ’23 | Gerald J. Alexander P ’23 Hirni T. Amin P ’16 | Tarang P. Amin P ’16 Gabriel E. Arechaederra | Sandra U. Arechaederra Eric T. Berridge B.A. ’90 | Melissa R. Berridge Patricia J. Bonnstetter B.A. ’71 Brad D. Brian B.A. ’74, P ’19 | Claire S. Brian P ’19 Lynda L. Brothers B.S. ’68 William E. Brown B.S. ’66, P ’02 | Sharon S. Bonner-Brown P ’02 David P. Butler B.S. ’86, M.B.A. ’90 | Christina Butler C. Bryan Cameron W Bradford Carson Jr. B.S. ’76, P ’06 Robert E. Challey M.S. ’71, M.B.A. ’72 | Sheila Challey Judith H. Chong P ’97 Donna W. Colson B.A. ’86, M.B.A. ’94 | Eric Colson Lance A. Cooper B.A. ’85, P ’14 | Sonja Cooper P ’14 Paul J. Cortese B.S. ’48, P ’82, ’83 Ellen Giusti Dale B.A. ’66, P ’91 | Frithjof J. Dale B.S. ’66, M.B.A. ’67, P ’91 Cynthia Smith Deaver B.A. ’85, P ’20 | Dan K. Deaver B.S. ’84, P ’20 Allison Tollstam Deeter B.A. ’96 | Byron B. Deeter B.A. ’96 Kathy A. DiMatteo B.S. ’83 | James P. DiMatteo B.S. ’85 Lori G. Edelstone B.S. ’84, P ’13 | Mark L. Edelstone B.A. ’83, P ’13 Lorraine Fletcher Elliott Stephen A. Ellis B.A. ’85 | Karen M. Ellis Kara J. Fisher B.S. ’98 | Josh C. Fisher B.S. ’94 William S. Floyd Jr. B.S. ’56 | Cynthia Floyd Donald R. Foster B.S. ’58 | Barbara Foster Brian R. Frantz B.A. ’95 John E. Frantz B.S. ’68 Gary A. Freedman B.S. ’66 | Donna J. Freedman Rodney F. Friedman B.A. ’56 Anne Simpson Gattis B.A. ’71 Gail L. Wong B.A. ’75 | Mark R. Goines B.S. ’75, M.B.A. ’76 Douglas E. Goldman B.A. ’74, P ’10, ’10 | Lisa M. Goldman P ’10, ’10 Stuart M. Gordon B.A. ’62, J.D. ’65 | Florianne Gordon Veronica Bailey Graffis B.A. ’83 | Patrick D. Graffis B.A. ’85 Richard M. Graffis B.A. ’77 | Donna L. Graffis Lorrie Levin Greene B.A. ’63, C.Mult. ’63 | Richard L. Greene B.S. ’60, J.D. ’63 Minnette Hamerslag

Steven J. Hamerslag B.A. ’78 | Jean W. Hamerslag Melissa W. Harder B.S. ’03 | Dustin G. Harder B.S. ’03 John A. Harkavy J.D. ’67, P ’95 | Lynne Harkavy Marcus H. Heng B.A. ’96 | Helen Heng Bruce W. Herriges | Joan E. Herriges Clifford H. Higgerson M.B.A. ’66, P ’96 | Judith D. Higgerson P ’96 Jimmy H. Hong B.A. ’91, P ’23 | Sachiko Hong Ruth Ann Hornaday B.A. ’61 | Thomas R. Hornaday B.S. ’63 Julie A. Houtkooper B.A. ’96 | Kurt E. Houtkooper B.A. ’95 Grant M. Inman M.B.A. ’69, P ’90, ’94 | Suanne B. Inman P ’90, ’94 Donald W. James Jr. B.A. ’85 Rachna Nivas B.A. ’99 | Prakash Janakiraman Mimi Johnson-Jacobs Jeanette W. Kennedy M.B.A. ’94, P ’22 | Kevin P. Kennedy J.D. ’91, P ’22 Janet Carlson King Ph.D. ’72 | Charles T. King Jr. M.B.A. ’71 Catherine P. Koshland P ’99, ’02, ’19 | James M. Koshland P ’99, ’02, ’19 Jennifer Burkham B.A. ’94 | Jason G. Krikorian B.A. ’93 Jacqueline Kuhn B.S. ’60 | Carl A. Kuhn B.S. ’60 Joshua P. Landau B.A. ’98 Virginia Leach B.A. ’38 Raymond C. Lee B.S. ’80 Dr. Luella J. Lilly John L. Lineweaver M.B.A. ’70 Francis Y. Lui B.S. ’77, M.S. ’79 Irving F. Lyons III B.S. ’72, P ’02, ’04 | Mary L. Lyons P ’02, ’04 Raja A. Mahajan B.A. ’95 | Tara Harney-Mahajan Dennis P. Martin B.A. ’87

From left: Todd Travers, Mike Saffell, Chuck Travers and Jim Knowlton

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Jeffrey A. McDermott B.A. ’81 | Ashley B. McDermott Gilbert C. Meacham B.S. ’70 Alan C. Mendelson B.A. ’69 | Agnès B. Mendelson Erica W. Meyer P ’23 | Jason F. Meyer P ’23 D. John Miller B.A. ’76, P ’02, ’10, ’10 Ann P. Mower Warren J. Naphtal B.S. ’83 | Mary S. Naphtal Kent P. Newmark B.A. ’60, M.B.A. ’64 | Patricia W. Newmark Noel Olson | Devon L. Olson Alfred D. Oppenheim B.A. ’77, P ’06 | Terri A. Slagle P ’06 Carolyn Reynolds Palmer B.S. ’83, P ’16, ’19 | Richard K. Palmer B.A. ’84, P ’16, ’19 Barbara Pelascini | Robert R. Pelascini Laura B. Perry B.A. ’84, P ’18 | David M. Perry B.A. ’74, P ’18 Edward H. Peterson Jr. B.S. ’58, P ’84, ’90 | Barbara Bell Peterson P ’84, ’90 Stephen D. Proffitt B.A. ’62 Rebecca R. Proffitt Stacey D. Quinn P ’22 | William J. Quinn P ’22 Joseph A. Reichel Jr. B.A. ’36 Anita B. Reichel Emily D. Risberg B.S. ’81 | Jeffrey Risberg Stephanie B. Robinson B.A. ’89 | Mark J. Robinson B.A. ’88 Kristin Roach Roeth B.A. ’83 | George C. Roeth B.S. ’83 Ernie Rogers Kathleen Tuck Rogers B.A. ’64, P ’90, ’95 Scott P. Roseman B.S. ’92 | Tara Roseman Maija D. Roses B.A. ’18 Takeshi Saeki Ann M. Saunders P ’18 Stacy K. Savides Sullivan B.A. ’85, P ’18, ’21 | Peter M. Sullivan P ’18, ’21 Robert J. Sciutto B.S. ’61, P ’93 Russell R. Scott B.A. ’79 Laverne A. Shaffer P ’79 Thomas N Shaffer B.S. ’79 J.P. Sheehan M.B.A. ’78 Donald A. Shepherd B.A. ’52 Katharine Gale M.P.P. ’92 | John N. Shepherd B.A. ’71 Stuart Z. Shiff B.S. ’88, P ’22 | Josie M. Shiff P ’22 Christopher G. Silbermann B.A. ’89 | Julia Franz Doreen N. Sinha B.A. ’00 | Ravi Sinha B.A. ’97

Lawrence W. Sonsini B.A. ’63, J.D. ’66, P ’90, ’92, ’00 Meghan O. Spieker B.A. ’94 | Warren E. Spieker III B.A. ’93 Eric H. Stern B.S. ’87 | Rachel K. Stern Gay Bolman Stern B.A. ’52 | Hans L. Stern B.A. ’51 Bonnie M. Stiles B.A. ’82 John V. Stock B.A. ’75 | Peggy N. Stock Craig C. Stone Carl J. Stoney Jr. B.S. ’67, J.D. ’70, M.B.A. ’71 Gary M. Storm B.A. ’92 | Michelle L. Storm Brian D. Thure B.S. ’95 | Julie Thure Ian L. Tong B.A. ’94 Elizabeth Hall Travers B.A. ’57, P ’83 | Charles N. Travers B.S. ’58, P ’83 Durwin A. Tsay B.A. ’00 | Carey Beth Tsay Avram Tucker James D. Wagner B.A. ’93 | Anne M. Wagner Robert W. Witter, Jr. Family David W. Witter B.A. ’10 Richard A. Witter Family Michael B. Wood B.S. ’63 | Joanne Y. Wood Erik S. Yip B.A. ’84, M.B.A. ’89 Deborah Beardsley Zeller B.A. ’83, P ’09 | Robert D. Zeller B.A. ’80, P ’09 PAPPY WALDORF CLUB ($10,000) Matthew D. Alexander B.A. ’80 | Penelope S. Alexander Andrew P. Allison Marilyn H. Andersen B.A. ’70, P ’00, ’04 | William M. Andersen B.A. ’69, P ’00, ’04 Joanne Bal B.A. ’89 George M. Barry B.A. ’78 | Margaret C. Barry Barry R. Baskin B.A. ’64 | Susan Ross Baskin Gregory D. Beltran B.S. ’78 Barbara Heryet Bennett B.A. ’71, P ’07 | Richard C. Bennett B.A. ’69, P ’07 Kenneth C. Berner B.S. ’64, M.S. ’68 Rebecca Biestman B.A. ’08, M.B.A. ’14 | Ross W. Biestman B.A. ’07 William J. Bird B.A. ’50 Marian L. Boeri P ’78 | Giulio P. Boeri P ’78 Michael H. Boggs B.S. ’04 Marianne Stark Bradley B.A. ’80, P ’94, ’95, ’97 | Donald E. Bradley P ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97 Heidi S. Brown P ’07 | William H. Brown III P ’07 Kathleen J. Brunswick B.S. ’81, P ’10 | Robert S. Brunswick B.A. ’81, P ’10

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Justin G. Burden B.A. ’95 | Susan Burden Christine M. Calderon B.A. ’91 | Alisha E. Calderon Stevens A. Carey B.A. ’73, J.D. ’78 | Indiana Carey Jonah M. Cave B.A. ’95 | Shannon K. Cave Missy Cherry B.A. ’59, C.Mult. ’60, P ’85, ’88 | James B. Cherry B.S. ’58, P ’85, ’88 Paul T. Clark B.A. ’76, J.D. ’80 | Debbie Myers Carol Schmidt Coburn B.A. ’68, C.Esing ’69, P ’00 | Gary N. Coburn B.A. ’68, M.B.A. ’69, P ’00 John E. Cook Jr. B.S. ’53 William D. Coyle B.A. ’82, P ’18 | Julie B. Coyle P ’18 Georgiana L. Cronin Neil Cummings B.S. ’74 | Roni Cummings Sarah R. Cunningham B.A. ’95 | Kevin G. Cunningham B.A. ’95 John M. Curci B.A. ’88, P ’17 | Mirisa Curci Pam Cusano P ’21 | David M. Cusano P ’21 Robyn Burke Dabora B.S. ’84 | David M. Dabora Curtis T. David Courtney L. Dettlinger B.A. ’93, P ’22 | G. Steven Dettlinger Jr. B.A. ’92, P ’22 Steven J. Didion B.A. ’88 Nancy Moncure Ditzler B.A. ’54 | Hugh W. Ditzler Jr. B.S. ’53 Kan Tung Donohoe J.D. ’98 | Gabriel D. Donohoe B.A. ’95 Patricia A. Duey | Robert H. Duey Roger C. Dunn B.A. ’55, P ’80, ’84 | Lou Curtice Dunn B.A. ’55, P ’80, ’84 David R. Eckles M.B.A. ’73, P ’09 | Minette Nelson William G. Escamilla B.A. ’71 | Elisa Escamilla Stephen W. Etter B.S. ’83, M.B.A. ’89, P ’21 Robert D. Evans B.A. ’68, J.D. ’71 | Norma J. Evans Kathleen G. Correia B.S. ’76 | Stephen A. Evans B.S. ’75, M.B.A. ’78 Denise Lu Fan B.A. ’02 | Jonathan S. Fan B.S. ’02 Jeremy M. Fiance B.A. ’14 Robert N. Field III B.S. ’75 | Theresa Field Twila L. Foster B.A. ’77 | Steve P. Pezzola B.S. ’78, J.D. ’81 Sue Friedenbach B.S. ’58 | P. Michael Friedenbach B.S. ’54, M.B.A. ’57 Eunice H. Baek B.A. ’95 | Thomas F. Garrity B.A. ’84, M.A. ’87, Ph.D. ’94 Salvatore Giglio Donald M. Gindy B.A. ’66 | Donna Gindy Jason E. Goldman B.A. ’10 Matthew W. Goldman B.A. ’10 Carol Norton Gonser B.A. ’58, P ’85 Chris C. Griggs B.A. ’92, P ’18 | Stacey Griggs P ’18

Robert D. Haas B.A. ’64 | Colleen G. Haas Julie S. Haas | Walter J. Haas Donna Dorward Hale B.A. ’74, M.B.A. ’76 | James C. Hale III B.S. ’74 Stephen S. Harper B.A. ’65, P ’99 | Sally M. Harper P ’99 Lon D. Haskew B.A. ’70, M.B.A. ’72 | Rebecca O. Haskew Jon A. Hayman B.A. ’72, P ’04 | Rebecca H. Hayman P ’04 Scott R. Healy B.S. ’81 | Annette Healy William A. Hewlett B.A. ’72 | Sally Hewlett Craig N. Hill B.S. ’71 | Carole L. Hill George J. Ho B.A. ’71 | Paulette Ho Michelle J. Hoff B.A. ’90, B.S. ’90, O.D. ’94 | Christopher E. Hoff B.S. ’89 Jonathan M. Hoff B.A. ’78, P ’16 | Judy L. Hoff P ’16 Brent L. Holden B.S. ’78, P ’21 | Cheryl L. Holden P ’21 Stacy D. Holguin B.A. ’90 | Ernest Holguin Jr. B.A. ’91 Samuel L. Hooker B.A. ’85 Stephen L. Horn II B.A. ’62 | Adrienne L. Horn HPC Germany GmbH & CO. KG Linda Gudka Hubbell B.A. ’71 | Frederick N. Hubbell Jr. Gary C. Humphreys B.S. ’68, P ’06 | Karen M. Humphreys P ’05 David A. Inchausti B.S. ’85 | Sylvia Inchausti Linda A. Jelacich P ’10 | Kenneth G. Jelacich P ’10 Lawrence R. Johnson B.S. ’72, P ’06 | Victoria S. Johnson P ’06 Marguerite Leach Johnson B.A. ’60, P ’97 S. Allan Johnson B.S. ’59, M.B.A. ’69, P ’97 Robert D. Juday B.A. ’00 | Robert D. Juday Johanna N. Kay P ’21 | Michael R. Kay P ’21 Donald L. Keene B.S. ’55, P ’85, ’90 | Linda Bailey Keene P ’85, ’90 Kanwarjit S. Kelley B.A. ’04 Jeffrey F. Kent | Dana M. Kent Harry W. Kirk B.A. ’65, P ’97 | Cathy Cole Kirk P ’97 Paul L. Knight B.A. ’71 | Gayley F. Knight Jahanna M. Knight B.A. ’84 | Thomas P. Knight B.S. ’67, M.B.A. ’72 Carolyn D. Kuemmeler B.A. ’83, P ’13, ’16 | Donald H. Kuemmeler B.S. ’86, M.B.A. ’91, P ’13, ’16 Steven M. Landry B.S. ’95 | Keala Landry David E. Liebowitz B.A. ’92, P ’23 | Antoinette K. Liebowitz P ’23 Minyu Huang P ’21 | Jianzhong Liu P ’21 Michael C. Luckhurst | Ruth Luckhurst Michael P. Ma B.A. ’00 | Stephanie Y. Gu Kevin C. Maas B.S. ’89

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Kim E. MacMillan Helgans B.S. ’84, P ’14, ’17, ’21 Carl M. Maes Jr. B.S. ’67, M.S. ’70 | Carol Maes Jonathon G. Mahoney B.A. ’17 Robert H. Mansbach B.A. ’77 Shelli D. Koszdin B.A. ’88 | Charles M. Mate B.S. ’81, Ph.D. ’86 Brandon D. McCormick B.A. ’00 Anthony J. McCusker B.A. ’92 | Carolyn M. McCusker Thomas E. McDaniel B.S. ’80 | Laura M. McDaniel Carolyn J. McFarland P ’00 W Stuart McKee B.S. ’56 | Judith Hampton McKee Carole L. McManus Meredith Byg Meade B.A. ’93 | Daniel D. Meade B.A. ’92 Anne K. Melbye B.S. ’58 | Richard B. Melbye B.A. ’55, J.D. ’58 Robert P. Melvin | Kelley R. Melvin Lindsey S. Meyersieck B.A. ’81 | Kenneth W. Meyersieck B.A. ’81 Frank G. Milani B.S. ’91 George a. Miller M.B.A. ’61 | Janet A. McKinley Sara Allison Mix B.A. ’91 | Gregory N. Mix Cathryn S. Miyasaki B.S. ’70, P ’98 | Roger K. Miyasaki M.S. ’69, P ’98 Elizabeth A. Moen B.S. ’68, P ’83 | Donne P. Moen P ’83 Anjanette M. Pelletier B.A. ’92 | Michael J. Morgan B.S. ’91 James B. Morris B.A. ’80 | Susan Morris Marilyn Crane Morrish B.A. ’68 | Robert B. Morrish B.A. ’67 Ronald D. Morrison B.A. ’68 Jerry S. Mosher B.S. ’67 Paul S. Nagata B.A. ’79 | Susan S. Nagata John L. Newell B.A. ’62 Theodora K. Nicholau B.A. ’73 Alison Yuen Nyberg B.A. ’79 | Steven E. Nyberg Amy O’Keefe B.A. ’91, P ’23 | Garet D. O’Keefe P ’23 Nancy C. Orear B.A. ’82 | Teresa M. Basgall Maureen M. Padilla B.A. ’82 | Francis X. Padilla B.A. ’82 Mary Panay P ’23 | Panos Panay P ’23 Joan E. Parker B.A. ’63, C. Esing ’64, M.A. ’66 Ann Levinson Parker B.A. ’63 | Michael L. Parker Anne-Marie Freedman Pastor B.A. ’90 | George A. Pastor B.S. ’85 Fred R. Pastor B.A. ’90 Richard G. Pearson B.S. ’89, M.B.A. ’98 | Jamie Pearson Stephanie Penrod | Mark Penrod

Kevin M. Perkins B.S. ’08 | Nelli Boykoff Marc E. Petas B.S. ’67, P ’01 | Janice A. Petas P ’01 Kristen Thall Peters B.A. ’89, P ’16 | Brian C. Peters M.B.A. ’95, P ’16 Robert B. Polacchi B.S. ’71, M.B.A. ’73 Mardi A. Potts | John B. Potts Michael A. Prlich B.A. ’89 Richard H. Rahl B.A. ’55, J.D. ’61 | Susan E. Rahl Lennora E. Redmond B.A. ’91, M.A. ’99 Judy Ijams Redo B.A. ’62, P ’97 | David L. Redo B.S. ’59, P ’97 John G. Richardson B.A. ’89 | Carey M. Richardson John C. Ricksen B.A. ’53, P ’78, ’78 Mary Bragg Ricksen P ’78, ’78 Wendye R. Robbins B.S. ’83, P ’20 | Craig McGahey P ’20 Michael K. Robinson B.S. ’68 | Carol L. Robinson Sandra Bedford Rogers B.A. ’71 | James D. Rogers B.S. ’71 Richard C. Ronald B.S. ’85 | Anne C. Harper Paul R. Ross Julie D. Roth Valerie M. Rothman P ’24 | Marc E. Rothman P ’24 David C. Ruegg B.S. ’61 | Eugenia L. Ruegg Jason Russell Leland M. Sandler B.A. ’75, C.Esing ’76, P ’13 | Debra I. Sandler P ’13 Alexander E. Schick B.A. ’18 Patricia S. Schimbor P ’07, ’09 Tarah L. Murrey B.A. ’12 | Marcus A. Semien Pooja Mehta Shah B.A. ’03 | Vivek Shah Harry A. Sherr B.A. ’74 | Cynthia L. Strauss Alexander Shipman B.A. ’78 | Marie W. Shipman Nadine M. Tang M.S.W. ’75 | Bruce L. Smith B.A. ’68 Janey K. Smith P ’22 | Gregory K. Smith P ’22 Jean Snider B.A. ’85, P ’19 | Tom J. Snider B.A. ’85, P ’19 Catherine Reilly Spieker B.A. ’72, P ’04 | Tod Spieker P ’04 Kathleen C. Sproul B.A. ’73, P ’01 | Malcolm J. Sproul B.A. ’73, M.L.A. ’75, P ’01, ’03 Mathieu B. Streiff B.S. ’97 Lorene Hammond Sublett B.S. ’81, P ’12 | Martin R. Sublett P ’12 Amy K. Suezaki B.A. ’87 | John Y. Suezaki B.A. ’88 Dennis C. Sullivan B.A. ’68, J.D. ’72, P ’09 | Margie M. Sullivan P ’09 Minhdung T. Ta B.S. ’94 Wilma Conley Tafoya B.A. ’54, P ’83, ’88

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DONOR HONOR ROLL David H. Tang P ’20 | Irene H. Tang P ’20 Nancy Cossitt Taylor B.A. ’84, M.B.A. ’92, P ’13 | Matthew J. Taylor B.A. ’82, P ’13 Susan J. Terrill B.A. ’76, C.Esing ’77 | Thomas K. Terrill B.A. ’76 Marie C. Thomas B.A. ’83, P ’12 | David C. Thomas B.S. ’82, P ’12 E. Marion Thompson P ’79 Roger C. Thompson B.A. ’50, P ’79 L. Thomas Tobin B.S. ’64 | Karen Y. Tobin Barbara A. Tolman | Gary C. Tolman Michael A. Torres B.A. ’82, M.B.A. ’86, P ’15 Gayle D. Travers P ’08, ’14 | Todd B. Travers P ’08, ’14 Troy A. Valdez B.A. ’94 | Shelby Valdez James F. Van Natta B.S. ’95, P ’17 Kathryn Vizas | Robert J. Vizas Stacey T. Baba B.S. ’77 | James P. Vokac M.S. ’76 Anne M. Walker Jacqueline F. Walsh P ’22, ’24 | Paul M. Walsh P ’22, ’24 Robert L. Ward B.A. ’64 | Mary P. Ward Margaret Mangels Warhurst B.A. ’74 | Blane E. Warhurst B.A. ’75 Anita Westly P ’23 | Steven Westly P ’23 Robert D. Weyand B.A. ’43, M.D. ’45 | Carole E. Weyand Linda Dickey White B.A. ’71, P ’03 | Paul F. White B.A. ’70, P ’03 H. Michael Williams B.A. ’82 | Jeanne L. Williams Patricia A. Williams B.A. ’75, C.Esing ’76 | Jeffrey R. Williams B.A. ’75 Alicia M. Wilson Herbert E. Wiltsek B.A. ’55, P ’80, ’88 Robert Wong Michael C. Wood M.B.A. ’79 Amy E. Wynne B.A. ’90, P ’21 | Edward J. Wynne III B.A. ’89, P ’21 Katherine A. Zalewski B.A. ’83 | Vicki M. Zalewski Cathy A. Zeller-Erickson B.A. ’74 | Jeffrey D. Erickson B.S. ’78 ANDY SMITH CLUB ($5,000) Andrew A. Adelman B.S. ’80, M.S. ’81 Marjorie Aljian P ’95 Joan E. Allen B.S. ’85 | Jill Malko Julio C. Andrade Michael Arao O.D. ’77 Erlynda Batara Arucan B.A. ’87 | Bill Victor Arucan B.A. ’86 Thomas W. Atkinson III

William F. Ausfahl B.A. ’61, P ’92 | Trudy L. Ausfahl P ’92 Todd D. Bakar B.A. ’86, P ’19 | Pamela J. Bakar P ’19 Thomas D. Barden B.S. ’87 Titash Bardhan B.A. ’93 | Patricia R. Bozzoli Michael S. Barker B.A. ’94 | Nicole D. Barker William F. Bartlett B.A. ’98 George R. Bassett B.A. ’72 Sandra Keleher Baxter B.A. ’86 Glenn W. Beaubelle B.S. ’77, P ’23 | Kellie A. Beaubelle Edward M. Belfanti B.S. ’77, M.B.A. ’79 | Teresa R. Belfanti Allen L. Bender B.S. ’54, P ’84 Cheryl Dyer Berg J.D. ’93 | Jesse Berg B.A. ’89, J.D. ’93 William E. Bicker Jr. B.A. ’85 | Elena S. Bicker Dana Fearon Bisconti B.A. ’89, P ’19 | Ben A. Bisconti P ’19 James W. Black B.S. ’62, P ’89 | Barbara S. Black William M. Black B.S. ’79 | Lenore Black Christine Dable Booth B.A. ’72, P ’97, ’01 | William H. Booth B.A. ’69, J.D. ’72, P ’97, ’01 Richard A. Bouwer B.A. ’84 Gary L. Bradus B.S. ’84 | Ellen Bradus Barbara E. Brereton B.A. ’72, C.Mult. ’73 | Nicholas M. Brereton B.Arch. ’70 Chase H. Brogan B.A. ’07 Walter F. Brown Jr. B.A. ’82 | Denise M. Brown Diana Hasserjian Brown B.A. ’89 | Kevin J. Brown B.A. ’87 Isabel M. Browne | Donald R. Browne Jr. P ’08 Richard M. Bruce B.A. ’72, M.B.A. ’76 | Lois J. Harrington Thomas A. Bruce B.A. ’68 James W. Bruner Jr. B.S. ’70, M.S. ’71, P ’99, ’03 Eva M. Buchan M.S. ’84 | William H. Buchan B.S. ’85, M.S. ’88, M.B.A. ’05 Sheila B. Butler M.S.W. ’14 | Scott R. Butler B.A. ’81 Steven N. Carlsen B.A. ’84 | Malia G. Carlsen Peter F. Cella B.A. ’84 Allison J. Chao B.S. ’85 | Clinton Y. Chao B.S. ’84 Michael A. Chavez B.A. ’84 | Diane J. Chavez Ann A. Devereux B.A. ’76 | David A. Cheit B.A. ’74, J.D. ’85 June A. Cheit P ’74, ’80 Jeffrey H. Chenu B.A. ’93 | Wendy Holmquist Julie Hendren Chenu B.A. ’63, C.Mult. ’64, P ’91, ’93 | James C. Chenu P ’91, ’93 John C. Coleman Jr. M.B.A. ’75 Anne Magrath Coleman B.A. ’72 | Daniel M. Coleman B.A. ’74

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Ryan Colich Ann F. Collins B.A. ’68 Margaret W. Conkey Walter C. Cook B.S. ’80 Lynn A. Cooper B.A. ’70 | Charles L. Cooper Theresa M. Costella | Guido J. Costella David C. Cuneo B.S. ’81 Michele Cuneo Mary-Ann Daves P ’23 | Uwe Stahlschmidt P ’23 Barbara Gross Davis B.A. ’68, M.A. ’73, C.EPP ’74, Ph.D. ’76 Richard A. Davis B.A. ’71 | Maureen A. Davis Judith J. Davis B.A. ’84, P ’15 | Thomas D. Davis B.S. ’84, P ’15 Christine A. Dawson Phyllis M. De Spain | Lawrence C. De Spain Deborah J. del Junco P ’12, ’14 | Robert del Junco P ’12, ’14 Lejla Delic Ann W. Dempsay B.A. ’59 | John G. Dempsay B.A. ’60 Linda S. Desimone B.A. ’79 | Steven R. Desimone B.A. ’74, M.A. ’75, C.Esing ’76 Margaret Peterson Desler B.A. ’88, P ’21 | Michael D. Desler B.A. ’84, P ’21 Michele M. Desoer B.S. ’81, J.D. ’85 Marjorie M. Dickinson B.A. ’74 | Roger E. Dickinson B.A. ’73 James V. Diller Jr. B.S. ’81 Rick R. Doering B.S. ’79 | Katherine Doering Laura A. Donald B.A. ’89 | Robert A. Donald B.A. ’89 Robert L. Dos Remedios B.A. ’90 | Francine Dos Remedios Gregory J. Douglas Anthony A. Eason | Martha M. Eason Mark M. Edelen B.A. ’96 | Jessica Edelen Uri Eliahu B.S. ’81, P ’12 | Cindy G. Eliahu P ’12 Donna M. Elliott B.A. ’87 | Scott D. Elliott B.A. ’88 Maxine Erlund B.A. ’84 George P. Eshoo B.S. ’61, P Emily T. Fairbairn | Malcolm P. Fairbairn Robert J. Feibusch B.S. ’61 | Christine Feibusch Kenneth G. Felton B.S. ’71 Bruce A. Firestone B.S. ’78 | Ann Yamashiro Cutner Scott D. Flamm B.A. ’82 | Anne L. Flamm James Forbes

From left: Dave and Andrea Campos, James French and Bill Dal Porto

Geraldine Stuart Foster B.A. ’61, P ’84, ’86 | Herbert C. Foster B.S. ’62, P ’84, ’86 Cindy Fox | Mark Fox Donald R. Franson Jr. B.A. ’74 | Anne W. Franson James H. French B.A. ’69, J.D. ’72 Clare Taylor Friedman B.A. ’71, Joint Ph.D. ’86 | Jack T. Friedman B.A. ’71 John E. Frisch B.A. ’74, P ’02 Joan Sasaki Fujii B.A. ’68 | Paul S. Fujii B.Arch. ’68 John Furstenthal B.A. ’97 | Laura Furstenthal Furtado Jaspovice & Simons Vincent A. Fusilero B.A. ’98 | Ericka M. Fusilero Frank C. Galli Jr. B.S. ’59 Matt Gallo Kristin T. Gannon B.S. ’89 | David Gannon Jean E. Garcia M.A. ’90 | Ralph Garcia Jr. M.B.A. ’88 Theodore H. Geballe B.S. ’40, Ph.D. ’50, P ’69 Bruce R. Geernaert P ’81 Daphne G. Geernaert P ’81 Adrienne L. Gehan B.A. ’14 Glenn A. Gehan P ’14 Susan Morlock Gillfillan B.S. ’78, P ’13, ’19, ’19 | Michael J. Gillfillan B.A. ’71, P ’13, ’19, ’19 Robert G. Glickman B.A. ’08 William J. Goines B.A. ’71 | Lee E. Goines Gilbert Graham Peter T. Grassi P ’78 | Carol G. Grassi Richard L. Greene B.A. ’83 | Carolyn A. Greene Michael R. Gregovich B.S. ’64 Spencer W. Greve B.A. ’92

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Linda J. Gummerson B.A. ’70, M.A. ’71 Raymond W. Gundlach Jr. B.Arch. ’67 | Laurie J. Wood-Gundlach Jeremy V. Guttenplan B.S. ’00, M.B.A. ’09 | Shannon Chirone Leslie Peugh Harris B.A. ’76, Cred/Cert ’77, P ’09 | Edmund J. Harris Jr. B.A. ’77, P ’09 Teresa L. Harrison P ’12 | Rick Harrison P ’12 Judith Kaufman Hartman B.A. ’64 | Roger C. Hartman Sharon Takamoto Hasegawa B.S. ’69, P ’02 | Harry K. Hasegawa B.Arch. ’71, M.S. ’75, P ’02 Howard D. Hawkins B.S. ’54 | Shirley A. Hawkins Phillip Hayes Thomas F. Herman M.B.A. ’69 | Bonnie R. Herman Allan D. Heskin B.S. ’60, J.D. ’63 | Mary Kelly Eleanor Engs Hilken B.A. ’54, P ’80, ’82 | Keith Hilken Susan Thomas Homer B.A. ’87 | David A. Homer B.A. ’87 Jeffrey G. Homrig B.A. ’95, J.D. ’01 | Staci T. Homrig Steven G. Horowitz B.A. ’85 | Katie D. Horowitz Ingrid E. Humke B.A. ’92 | Eric W. Humke Steve N. Hynding B.S. ’63 | Gail Hynding Robert D. Infelise B.A. ’77, J.D. ’80 | Linda Infelise Sophia C. Wang B.S. ’87 | Dennis T. Jang B.S. ’86 Sheila Collins Jeffry B.A. ’59, P ’85 | Gerald J. Jeffry P ’85 Violet Wong Jew B.S. ’58 | Hong A. Jew B.A. ’58 James C. Johnson Jr. B.A. ’56, M.A. ’59, P ’82, ’87 | Jonnie Emery Johnson P ’82, ’87 Marily Farnsworth Johnson B.A. ’52, P ’78 | Thomas W. Johnson B.A. ’54, P ’78 Sharon Loehr Johnson B.A. ’72, P ’06 | William C. Johnson B.A. ’72, P ’06 Barbara Kawahara Kado B.A. ’62, P ’95 | Clarence I. Kado B.S. ’59, Ph.D. ’64, P ’95 Joyce H. Kalush B.A. ’72 | Edward Kalush George W. DeHart B.S. ’77 | David R. Kamimoto B.A. ’78

From left: Kim Helgans, Ryan Helgans and Alex and Marie Shipman Director of Men’s Golf Walter Chun

Michael Kashiwagi B.S. ’77, P ’16 | Mary Ann A. Kashiwagi P ’16 Gregory W. Kast M.P.P. ’73 | Pamela D. Kast Edward K. King B.A. ’91 | Bridget King Michael W. Klepper B.A. ’88 Jacob Koshland M.B.A. ’19 | Claire W. Koshland Charles C. Kredensor Susan Kuberra P ’21 David Kvaratskhelia B.A. ’94 | Christina C. Giguere Sally Scharf Lagomarsino B.A. ’90, P ’20 | Greig F. Lagomarsino B.A. ’89, P ’20 David M. LaHorgue B.A. ’84 Stephen B. Lamson B.A. ’74 | Patrice S. Lamson Georgia Lee B.S. ’76, P ’13 | George H. Shenk P ’13 Stephen S. Lee B.A. ’02 Michelle Munz Leetham B.A. ’79, J.D. ’86 | James C. Leetham B.A. ’77 John C. Leibee B.A. ’01 William M. Levin B.S. ’65 Darren J. Lewis Jay T. Lewis B.S. ’74 | Nina Lewis Christopher M. Liebes B.A. ’84 | Maureen Liebes Carey Lisowski P ’18 | Frank Lisowski P ’18 Kenneth M. Lloyd B.S. ’74, M.B.A. ’76 | Elonda K. Lloyd Marilyn Lloyd Nancy Lockhart B.A. ’55, Cred/Cert ’57 | Jack C. Lockhart B.S. ’55 Virginia D. Logue P ’05 | Drew H. Logue P ’05 Sarah L. Loughlin B.A. ’79 | Michael J. Loughlin B.A. ’78 Tony Lozoya Thomas F. Lynch B.S. ’79 | Debbie Hanlon Jennifer A. Macha P ’20 James T. MacMullen B.S. ’68 Brooks T. Mancini Jr. B.S. ’83 | Kerstin Mancini Carlos R. Mangum Hillary Hilken Marble B.A. ’80, P ’12, ’15, ’18 Willard J. Mariano B.S. ’90 Eric R. Mart B.A. ’70, P ’11 | Janice N. Mart P ’11 Carroll Martin Ellen D. Martin B.A. ’71 | Ronald W. Martin B.A. ’69, M.S. ’70 Ann E. Matuszak Joy Franich Maze B.A. ’81, P ’13 | George S. Maze B.A. ’73, P ’13 Douglas W. McBeth B.A. ’87 | Cristina McBeth

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Mike McCarthy B.A. ’86 | Beth D. McCarthy Camilla Burbank McCaw B.A. ’48 Robert H. McClain B.S. ’86, M.S. ’88 Paul C. McKnight B.S. ’50, P ’80 Andrew M. Meyers B.S. ’80 Edward D. Mitchell B.S. ’76 | Barbara Posch Cheryl Mongini | Frank A. Mongini Juliette Bettencourt B.A. ’79, C.Mult. ’80, P ’09 | Richard E. Moore B.S. ’77, P ’09 Carolyn F. Moore B.A. ’85 | Robert P. Moore B.A. ’83, B.S. ’83 Julie Shin Morgan B.A. ’89, P ’19 | Bradley P. Morgan Ph.D. ’91, P ’19 Laurie Cockburn Morrison B.A. ’61 | Richard H. Morrison B.A. ’58 Jeffrey A. Moye P ’07 | Mary S. Moye P ’07 Clare H. Mullin B.A. ’95, P ’23 | Michael D. Mullin P ’23 Janet K. Murry B.A. ’75 Mark L. Myers B.S. ’77 | Jamie Myers Phiroze J. Nagarvala B.S. ’65, M.S. ’66, Ph.D. ’73, P ’99 Christopher J. Nelle B.S. ’74 | Nancy A. Nelle Kathryn M. Neri B.A. ’68 Dorothea Quandt Newacheck B.S. ’91 | David J. Newacheck B.A. ’76 Charles A. Newhall Catherine Smith Nicoll M.A. ’73, C.EPP ’74, Ph.D. ’77 | Richard C. Nicoll M.A. ’72, C.EPP ’74, Ph.D. ’75 Bryan T. Noon B.A. ’93 Elizabeth Nubla-Penn P ’21 | Derek S. Penn P ’21 Barbara J. O’Donnell P ’23 O’Keefe & O’Keefe LLP Susan Garell O’Neill B.A. ’81 | Geoffrey A. O’Neill B.S. ’82 Stacey L. Osborn B.A. ’90 Sally Palmer Susan Lisker Patmont B.A. ’79, P ’07, ’10 | James S. Patmont P ’07 Carol J. Liu C.EAS ’82 | Michael R. Peevey B.A. ’59, M.A. ’61 Laura Walker Pellissier B.A. ’84 | Daniel F. Pellissier B.A. ’82 Julie A. Pendergast B.A. ’65, P ’97 | Gene E. Pendergast Jr. J.D. ’64, P ’97 James B. Penny B.A. ’83 | Vicki B. Penny John S. Perkins Jr. B.A. ’96 Steven B. Peterson B.S. ’90, P ’20 | Elizabeth H. Peterson P ’20 William W. Peterson B.S. ’52 | Barbara D. Peterson Elisabeth Hart Bathgate B.A. ’61, C.Esing ’62 | Robert E. Bathgate B.S. ’61, M.S. ’64 Gary L. Plummer

Thomas A. Polk Thomas H. Power B.A. ’89 | Margi B. Power Daniel J. Prislin B.S. ’89, M.B.A. ’94, P ’21, ’23 | Joelle Prislin P ’21, ’23 Mary A. Purcell B.A. ’70 | Bill Purcell Anthony C. Randolph B.A. ’06 Ann A. Rhode P ’91, ’95 | John G. Rhode P ’91, ’95 Richard & Ellen Sandler Family Foundation Coleen MacNeill Ricksen P ’78, ’83, ’86 Mary L. Righellis | Efstratios G. Righellis Amanda Wong Roa B.S. ’97 | Tim Roa Margaret Nock Robarts B.S. ’60, P ’87, ’92 | Drew L. Robarts B.S. ’60, P ’87, ’92 Donald B. Roberts B.A. ’63, J.D. ’66 | Sandra J. Roberts Jerry Romani B.A. ’71 | Teri McKeever Joann Romascan Chickering B.A. ’91 | David M. Chickering B.A. ’92 Dan B. Rosler B.A. ’92, M.B.A. ’98 | Deborah C. Rosler Tyson W. Ross | Ashley Hoffman Jamie Rudman B.A. ’90 | John Kloosterman Shereen Russell P ’22, ’24 | Kevin Russell P ’22, ’24 Roya Kohani P ’23 | Kian Samimi P ’23 Richard V. Sandler B.S. ’70 | Ellen Sandler Barbara A. Sandoval | Anthony M. Sandoval Amy Steiner Sanford B.A. ’88 | Blair E. Sanford M.B.A. ’92 Anita E. Scheffel P ’02 | Clifford A. Scheffel P ’02 Megan Schiff Frank J. Schlessinger Mary Schlessinger Peter H. Schnugg B.A. ’74, P ’08, ’10 | Carol Schnugg William W. Schofield IV B.A. ’97 | Emily J. Schofield Carol A. Schofield B.A. ’70, C.Mult. ’71, P ’97 | William W. Schofield III B.A. ’70, P ’97 Michael S. Scimeca B.A. ’65 Audrey M. Scott B.A. ’96, J.D. ’00 | Myron K. Scott B.A. ’95 Tracy A. Scruggs B.A. ’86 | Philip G. Scruggs B.A. ’86 John H. Sears B.S. ’59, J.D. ’65 | Judith Schultz Sears Johanna Sedman Mary Jo Shartsis B.A. ’69, J.D. ’72, P ’07 | Arthur J. Shartsis B.A. ’67, J.D. ’71, P ’07 Jeffrey S. Shell B.A. ’87 | Laura Shell Maile Sherman B.A. ’64 | Jerome M. Behrens B.A. ’67 Catherine Veretto Sherrer B.A. ’78 | Gary L. Sherrer B.A. ’78 Kevin A. Shields B.S. ’82, J.D. ’85, M.B.A. ’85 | Eileen Roggin-Shields

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Richard L. Shurtz B.A. ’60, P ’89 | Barbara A. Shurtz P ’89 John S. Siamas J.D. ’70 Matthew M. Simi B.S. ’90 Dana S. Cohen B.A. ’85 | Jeffrey A. Simon B.S. ’84, M.B.A. ’90 Richard J. Simons J.D. ’76 | Cynthia M. Simons Sharon Simpson Peter A. Sitta | Sandra A. Sitta Stephen A. Skaggs B.S. ’84 | Mary Skaggs James M. Skinner | Krista Skinner Peter B. Slabaugh Peter W. Sonsini B.A. ’90 | Diane C. Sonsini Carla V. Soracco C. Mult. ’62 Kathryn A. Spector B.S. ’89 | Michael E. Spector B.A. ’90 Megan Porter Spinka B.A. ’84 | Paul J. Spinka B.A. ’85 Katherine Waste Spurlock B.A. ’82 | Steven M. Spurlock B.A. ’83, J.D. ’89 Derek W. Stark B.A. ’89 George J. Stathakis B.S. ’52, M.S. ’53, P ’75 Michael E. Stein B.S. ’76 | Lynn E. Gitlin-Stein Lidia S. Stiglich B.S. ’92 | Michon Martin Peter M. Stone B.A. ’88, J.D. ’91 | Lynne Stone Blair Walker Stratford B.A. ’60 | Gerald W. Stratford Myron G. Sugarman B.S. ’64, J.D. ’67, P ’96, ’97, ’01 | Cynthia W. Woods William J. Sullivan Anna R. Temple B.A. ’04 Gregory Tesluk Nicolas L. Thakar B.A. ’83, P ’18 | Jane F. Thakar P ’18 John S. Thompson Richard E. Tietz B.S. ’67 | Nancy P. Tietz T. Don Tilley Ph.D. ’82 | Rosemary J. Tilley Mary Arnett Torchio B.A. ’84, P ’17 | Lloyd J. Torchio II B.S. ’83, P ’17 Nancy Zook Tully B.A. ’66, P ’99 | Herbert B. Tully B.S. ’67, P ’99 Alvin M. Vann Jr. B.S. ’87 Christine Villaluz B.A. ’90 Sandra S. Vredeveld P ’17 | Roger M. Vredeveld P ’17 Kristiina Vuori P ’21 Judy L. Wade B.A. ’85 Timothy J. Walsh Lisa Ward P ’15, ’21 | Daniel Ward P ’15, ’21 Adam P. Warren B.A. ’96, M.P.H. ’07

Craig Way B.A. ’85 Jennifer V. Weiszmann B.A. ’95 | Richard Weiszmann B.A. ’95 Anthony S. Whelan B.S. ’94 | Rochelle Whelan Richard G. Whitehurst B.S. ’57 | Lorraine D. Whitehurst Thomas A. Wilberding Jr. B.A. ’82 Rita G. Williams B.S. ’89 | Dennis M. Williams B.A. ’84 Gregory B. Williams M.P.H. ’82, Dr.P.H. ’92 | Patricia S. Williams Thomas Williams P ’23 Harry B. Williamson Edward L. Wilson B.S. ’55, M.S. ’58, Ph.D. ’63 H. Ward Wolff B.A. ’71, P ’03 | Marian N. Wolff P ’03 June Wong Sheryl L. Wong B.A. ’67, C.Mult. ’68 | Robert R. Wong B.Arch. ’68 Steven Wong Susan L. Woodward B.A. ’75, C.Mult. ’76, M.A. ’81 Christopher R. Woolf B.A. ’85 | Sarah Woolf Peter T. Wright B.A. ’91, P ’21 | Fionnuala Wright P ’21 Joan Zaccaro P ’21 | Michael Zaccaro P ’21 Jennifer Zeszut B.A. ’94 | Sam Zeszut Leslie M. Zomalt | Ernest E. Zomalt COACHES CLUB ($2,500) David W. Abbott B.A. ’70, P ’97, ’05 | Susan Abbott P ’05 Jettur B. Abramson B.S. ’02 | Aubrey Abramson Henry E. Ackerman B.S. ’80 | Julie A. Ackerman Frederic J. Adam B.A. ’86 | Natalie Adam Richard J. Adler B.A. ’75 | Melinda McDonald Jennifer B. Anderson B.A. ’01 | Scott H. Anderson B.A. ’03 Peter E. Anderson B.A. ’88 | Debra P. Anderson Laura Todd Andron B.S. ’03, M.B.A. ’12 | Scott Andron Nicole M. Annest P ’20 | Stephen M. Annest P ’20 Jason Arcellana Jonathan Arcellana B.A. ’12 Juan J. Arcellana B.A. ’75 | Elizabeth A. Arcellana Susan R. Ardell | John E. Ardell III Sammy G. Arucan B.A. ’90 Lynn Marie Auzenne B.A. ’92, M.B.A. ’00 | Troy A. Auzenne B.A. ’92 Aaron Axton Norbert C. Babin B.A. ’57

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Glenn F. Baity B.A. ’92 Carolyn Sorensen Balling B.A. ’74 | Steven S. Balling B.S. ’74, Ph.D. ’82 Sandy Barbour Dwight L. Barker B.A. ’59, P ’87, ’91 | Nancy T. Barker P ’87, ’91 Kathleen S. Barrientes P ’17 | Abel Barrientes P ’17 Elisabeth Hart Bathgate B.A. ’61, C.Esing ’62 | Robert E. Bathgate B.S. ’61, M.S. ’64 Heather J. Meeker J.D. ’94 | John P. Beal B.A. ’80 Daniel E. Behrendt B.A. ’92 Duane Duner Bell B.A. ’60 | Gene A. Bell B.S. ’60 Savita Bharadwa B.S. ’04 | Jay Bharadwa B.S. ’04 Darlene Harper Bierig M.C.P. ’78, P ’05, ’06 Karen J. Biestman B.A. ’79, J.D. ’82, P ’07 | Mark S. Biestman B.A. ’79, P ’07 Ronald J. Bills P ’15 Joyce A. Bird B.A. ’64 | Donald L. Bird B.S. ’63 Tom Bissell Stephanie A. Blythe B.A. ’72 John C. Bollin B.A. ’70, P ’95 Henry E. Bose Jr. B.A. ’84 Toni A. Bottari B.A. ’62 Natasha L. Brady-Hamm B.A. ’08 | Kyle M. Brady-Hamm B.A. ’08, J.D. ’11 Pierre R. Breber B.S. ’86, M.S. ’87 | Maria C. Breber Craig R. Bridge | Jennifer K. Bridge Dennis Brien Nena Jones Brogan B.A. ’77, P ’07, ’14 | Kevin H. Brogan B.S. ’76, P ’07, ’14 Andrew T. Brooks B.A. ’82 | Catherine Brooks Michael K. Brown J.D. ’82, P ’09 Joan E. Bruzzone

Paris Austin (left) and Patty Bonnstetter

Suzanne Bunthuwong B.A. ’79, P ’09, ’11 | Virat Bunthuwong P ’09, ’11 Colleen M. Zardiackas Burns B.A. ’91 | Patrick C. Burns B.A. ’88 Suzanne P. Byrd B.A. ’83, P ’02 | Timothy A. Byrd B.A. ’82, J.D. ’87, M.B.A. ’87 James M. Cahan B.A. ’88 Stacie A. Calad-Thomson B.S. ’01 | Robert Thomson Clint Callan Jr. B.A. ’78 | Pen Callan Andrea Lanzafame Campos B.A. ’75, P ’07, ’11 | David C. Campos P ’07, ’11 John Carlson B.A. ’85 | Laura M. Carlson Sean E. Carroll B.A. ’89 Mary K. Carter Helen H. Castillo B.A. ’88 | Victor L. Castillo B.A. ’86 Pamela A. Cervantez P ’95 | Gil L. Cervantez P ’95 Kenneth Chadbourne George E. Chaffey B.A. ’63, J.D. ’66 | Carol Chaffey Wayne C. Chai B.A. ’90 | Audra Chai Patrick C. Chen B.A. ’97 | Patty C. Chen Mari Choper | Jesse H. Choper Paul G. Clem B.S. ’91 Romain P. Clerou B.S. ’83 Brian N. Coburn B.A. ’00 | Lee Ann Coburn Joy Tyre Coburn Linda M. Cogozzo Michael L. Cohen B.A. ’76 | June A. Cohen Marie Bertillion Collins B.S. ’53, P ’86 | Leonard G. Collins M.B.A. ’66, P ’86 Edna Bandong Cooper B.A. ’80 | John L. Cooper B.S. ’80, M.B.A. ’88 Kevin T. Crow B.S. ’93 Louise A. Cutino P ’84 George M. Daffern B.A. ’77 | Nancy K. Daffern William F. Dagley B.A. ’81, M.B.A. ’94, P ’10, ’12 | Edith A. Dagley P ’10, ’12 Kristi Dickerson Darzynkiewicz B.S. ’93, P ’24 | Robert J. Darzynkiewicz B.A. ’94, P ’24 James M. Daugherty Eric Davis B.A. ’93 | Margaret Davis Jane M. Davis B.S. ’78, M.B.A. ’79 | Paul E. Davis B.S. ’78 Carol A. Davis B.S. ’89, P ’20 | Joseph G. Davis B.S. ’89, P ’20 Brandon G. Day B.S. ’07 Ernest Del B.A. ’73 | Danielle Del Helen F. Levay B.A. ’78 | Darril T. dela Torre B.A. ’73 Katherine R. Delucchi Leonard A. DeMartini B.S. ’60 | Marilyn J. DeMartini

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Debbie DeMartini | Rick DeMartini Elaine L. Diamond B.A. ’67 | Michael A. Diamond B.A. ’67 Ronald L. Dickenson B.S. ’59 | Karen S. Dickenson Carolyn J. Doberenz B.A. ’79 | Kirk E. Doberenz B.A. ’81 Eugene Dong B.A. ’55, P ’83 | Mabel Y. Dong Shelley Drennan P ’02 | William C. Drennan P ’02 Constance L. Steele M.P.H. ’89 | Steven A. Drown B.A. ’81 Matthew B. Dublin B.A. ’93 Harold S. Dudley B.S. ’87 Gail Hoffmann Duffala B.A. ’83 | Robert J. Duffala B.A. ’79, M.B.A. ’81 Brian J. Duffy B.A. ’82 Marjorie B. Dunn Steven M. Dunn B.A. ’84, P ’17, ’23 | Wendy F. Dunn P ’17, ’23 Steven A. Ellenberg B.A. ’85 | Susan S. Ellenberg Julie A. Emerson Ronald E. Engel B.S. ’64 | Sandra L. Stevens Ryan O. Enright B.S. ’92 | Amanda Enright Catherine Morrison Evans M.B.A. ’00 | David J. Evans Michael R. Faber B.A. ’75 | Ann E. Faber James L. Fairchild B.S. ’63 | Bonnie J. Fairchild Diana J. Cohen C.Esing ’72 | William A. Falik Duncan Fallat B.S. ’93 | Robin Fallat Elsie Fariss Charles M. Faulkner II B.A. ’90 Susan Weitzman Faust B.A. ’69, P ’96 | Leland H. Faust B.A. ’68, P ’96 Ann Fitzgerald Flemer M.C.P. ’83, P ’12 | Paul A. Flemer M.A. ’83, Ph.D. ’89, P ’12 Laura A. Foegal B.A. ’74 Diana L. Fogg B.A. ’71 Marilyn G. Fong B.A. ’71 | Kenneth Pon B.S. ’71 Debra Stone Fournier B.S. ’80 | Dudley J. Fournier Jr. B.A. ’81 Daniel V. Fouts B.S. ’95 Dina C. Frandsen B.A. ’99 Herbert J. Friedman B.A. ’59, J.D. ’62 | Marianne Levee Friedman Karen K. Fujikawa B.S. ’81, M.S. ’84 | Barry H. Koepke Karen A. Fukumura B.S. ’87 Carla Furtado David M. Gabelko B.A. ’86, M.S.W. ’91 Robert F. Gallo B.S. ’78 | Cathy Gallo Sharon Kadell Gardner B.A. ’61 | Phillip L. Gardner B.S. ’59, C.Opt. ’60, M.Opt. ’60

From left: George Moskowite, Ann Moskowite, Cici Lee and Brian Lee

Gary S. Garfinkle B.A. ’65, J.D. ’68, M.Crim. ’71 | Maria J. Garfinkle Will R. Garratt Jr. Elizabeth A. Garratt Stuart B.A. ’82 | Scott M. Stuart Randolph Gaw B.A. ’99 | Julia Gaw Kathryn Boyl Goldsmith B.A. ’66, C.Esing ’67, P ’93 | Robert H. Goldsmith B.S. ’66, P ’93 Martha Hutchcraft Gonzalez B.A. ’79 | Manuel G. Gonzalez IV B.A. ’77 Eden Gonzalez-Hass B.A. ’94 Jonathan Goodier Jr. B.S. ’50 | Lucille G. Goodier Herbert M. Gordon B.S. ’58, P ’85, ’89 David B. Granger B.A. ’82 William J. Granicher Dana H. Grau B.A. ’68 | Sabina Grau Joanne H. Greene | Robert H. Greene Deborah Cline Grieb B.A. ’71, C.Esing ’72, P ’07 | Thomas M. Grieb B.A. ’72, M.A. ’87, Ph.D. ’00, P ’07 Thomas G. Haas B.A. ’66, J.D. ’69 | Susan Haas Sean R. Hallinan B.A. ’97 Brenda C. Hanschen B.A. ’87, P ’18 | Peter W. Hanschen J.D. ’71, P ’18 Larry D. Hartsough B.S. ’65, M.S. ’67, Ph.D. ’71 Sameer M. Hassan B.A. ’04 Kevin M. Hatcher | Martha D. Hatcher Martin Herrmann B.S. ’95 Kristen P. Kwan B.A. ’88, M.L.A. ’96, P ’19 | Greg Heywood B.A. ’87, M.B.A. ’94 Robert L. Hines B.A. ’80 | Lisa M. Hines Beverly A. Holden Linda Martin Holman B.A. ’67, P ’99 | Thomas C. Holman B.A. ’68, J.D. ’71, P ’99 Karen Scordelis Holtermann B.A. ’74 | Robert A. Holtermann B.A. ’74, M.A. ’77

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Galena V. Miller-Horii B.A. ’84 | Dwayne M. Horii B.S. ’82 Anna Vilche | Tim C. Horn Marijean L. Huesman B.A. ’63 | Ronald H. Huesman B.S. ’63, Ph.D. ’74 Gina Hueston P ’20, ’23 | Brian Hueston P ’20, ’23 Jay A. Johnson B.A. ’84, M.A. ’88 Robert D. Johnson B.A. ’73, C.Esing ’74 | Sandra L. Johnson Donald L. Jones B.S. ’57 | Judith G. Jones Robert E. Jones B.A. ’60, C.Esing ’61 | Diane E. Jones Ronald D. Joost M.Eng. ’82 | B. J. Umstead Renaldo Juanso Marcia E. Kai-Kee B.A. ’72 | Edwin Oshika Heidi Kampp Chase B.A. ’88, P ’16 | Paul J. Chase P ’16 Lisa Katanic-Mirkovic P ’21 Susan J. Kawaichi J.D. ’72 | Ken M. Kawaichi J.D. ’66 William N. Kittredge B.A. ’95 | Katie Kittredge Corey Knowlton | James A. Knowlton Daniel V. Kohls B.A. ’90, P ’21 | Angela Kohls P ’21 Kimberly M. Kondo P ’19, ’21, ’24 | Jon Kondo P ’19, ’21, ’24 Daryl W. Kost B.S. ’96 Kumar R. Kota B.S. ’03 | Heeral Kota Del R. Krause | Susan V. Krause Barbara J. Kroger B.S. ’64 | Alfred L. Kroger B.S. ’63 Victoria L. Kubokawa B.A. ’73 | Thomas E. Zeiger B.S. ’70 Todd A. Kummer B.A. ’93 Timothy B. Lahey B.A. ’76 | Paula Lahey Brian Lancaster Paula Landale B.A. ’49 Teresa W. Lane P ’21 | Andrew E. Lane P ’21 Erlyn Z. Langley B.A. ’71, P ’11 | Peter D. Langley Alex C. Lau B.A. ’89 | Daisy Sundstrom Richard H. Lee B.A. ’99 Samuel J. Lewis B.A. ’64 | Barbara Mullan Lewis Alla R. Lilichenko P ’20 | Sergei A. Lilichenko P ’20 Darlet M. Lin B.S. ’92 Patrick Lin Steven C. Lindfeldt B.S. ’67 James T. Lindstrom B.S. ’68, P ’14 | Linda L. Lindstrom P ’14 Peter E. Lippett B.A. ’58 | Joellen Lippett Robert W. Lom | Denise Lom

Baldwin Louie B.A. ’69 George S. Maggay B.A. ’78 Myla I. Manese B.A. ’92 Lois W. Marcus P ’85 | Gary B. Marcus P ’85 Karen M. Marlin B.S. ’80 | Robert C. Marlin Milton A. Marquard Jr. | Lynn Marguard Jonathan C. Marshall B.S. ’06 Donald W. Martin Star Martinez-Howard P ’07 Robert C. Marvin Jr. B.S. ’86 | Deanette M. Marvin Irene Masada B.S. ’66 | Gary M. Masada B.S. ’66 Andrew L. Mason B.S. ’98 Clifton P. Mayne Jr. B.A. ’90 John McAteer Wendy McCarthy P ’20 | David J. McCarthy P ’20 Justin T. McCue B.S. ’97 Cynthia D. McCullough B.A. ’71, M.B.A. ’76, P ’02 | Thomas W. McCullough B.S. ’67, J.D. ’75, Ph.D. ’77, P ’02 James E. McInerny P ’19 Sally A. Melton B.A. ’76, P ’15 | Arthur F. Melton B.A. ’76, P ’15 Patricia Merrell | John H. Merrell Barbara Merriman Robin S. Merritt B.A. ’65, P ’91, ’94 Seth O. Mitchner B.S. ’80 | Nancy L. Mitchner Neal I. Miura B.S. ’60, P ’85, ’86, ’94 Richard I. Mizuno B.S. ’83 | Juanita Wichkoski Jim J. Moita B.S. ’80 Stephen E. Moore B.A. ’68 Elizabeth Naughton Moore B.A. ’95 | Trent G. Moore B.A. ’94 Linda N. Morimoto B.A. ’01 | Jason A. Morimoto B.S. ’02 Susan S. Muranishi B.A. ’71 | John A. Muranishi M.B.A. ’72 Roger R. Myers J.D. ’88 | Erin McCormick Mary M. Nakahara B.A. ’82, P ’15 | Daniel N. Nakahara B.S. ’82 Janina M. Skorus-Neely P ’21 | Curtiss V. Neely P ’21 Noel W. Nellis B.A. ’63, J.D. ’66, P ’98 | Penelope B. Nellis P ’98 Janice S. Berman M.B.A. ’98 | Richard L. Nelson B.A. ’84 Stephen L. Nelson B.S. ’83 | Michelle Myers Merrill E. Newman B.A. ’50 | Alicia M. Newman Terre J. Nicholau Terzakis B.A. ’78, P ’13 | Arthur Terzakis P ’13

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Robert W. Nicholson B.A. ’89 | Shannon Nicholson Alexander Niehenke B.A. ’04, B.S. ’04 Robert M. Niemann J.D. ’71 | Margaret L. Mathis Kenneth E. Niemi M.B.A. ’87 Debbie L. Nixon P ’03 | James E. Nixon P ’03 Norman R Tyre & Margery Tyre Foundation Mark R. Northfield B.A. ’82 Jared R. Nunn Brian Obert Laura Saia Odisio B.A. ’83, P ’08 | Andy C. Odisio P ’08 John M. Oliver B.A. ’98 | Katherine H. Oliver Evelyn Oltman Constantine M. Panagotacos B.A. ’01 Gary J. Passama B.S. ’70, M.P.H. ’72 | Julia D. Passama Stephanie Pearl P ’21 | James Pearl P ’21 Lawrence E. Peirano B.S. ’51, M.S. ’52 Kim Vieira Pensky B.A. ’79 | Wayne C. Pensky B.A. ’77, M.B.A. ’79 Keith A. Peterman B.S. ’62, M.S. ’64 | Margaret Peterman John C. Peterson B.A. ’69 | Julie S. Peterson Samuel S. Petke B.A. ’00 | Susanne Geraghty Susan H. Piehl P ’15 | Alan R. Piehl P ’15 Jing W. Hsieh | Joel A. Piser Merry C. Poindexter B.A. ’64, M.A. ’65 Ronald M. Polivka B.S. ’69, M.S. ’70, Ph.D. ’76 | Victoria L. Polivka George A. Poole D.Pharm. ’64, P ’96 | Joan E. Poole Victor J. Poree B.A. ’74 | Alicia M. Poree Michael F. Potter B.A. ’86 | Katherine C. Potter Kim J. Powers B.A. ’72 Constance C. Chalberg Price B.A. ’67 | Peter A. Price B.S. ’63 Jon A. Proctor Robert A. Puccinelli B.S. ’59 | Carol A. Puccinelli Ethel D. Queen Dean T. Quintal B.A. ’90 William G. Quist B.A. ’03 Francine Radford | Thomas V. Loran III Richard D. Rainis M.B.A. ’60 Carol M. Raney B.A. ’77, P ’05 | Thomas P. Raney B.S. ’75, P ’05 John G. Rebelo Jr. B.S. ’62, P ’97 | Brenda Rebelo P ’97 Beth D. Reich P ’15 | Phillip A. Reich P ’15

Matthew A. Richards B.A. ’96 Stephen Rico Kristin E. Rimbach B.A. ’13 Julia M. Robarts B.A. ’89, P ’24 | Michael A. Robarts B.A. ’87, P ’24 Barbara Fanning Roberts B.S. ’78 | Eric R. Roberts B.S. ’67, M.B.A. ’68, P ’89, ’12 Richard Robson Steven A. Rocha B.A. ’78 | Deborah G. Rocha Teresa Torres Rodriguez B.A. ’98, P ’20 | Carlos L. Rodriguez B.A. ’97, P ’20 Thomas A. Rogers B.A. ’90 | Janine Rogers Ramon E. Romero Jr. B.A. ’77, J.D. ’80 Steven Rosa Jean Cunningham Rowe B.A. ’80 | Lawrence A. Rowe Denise Y. Ryan B.A. ’60 Jane Bauer Ryan B.A. ’58 Padriac P. Ryan Ned J. Ryder M.B.A. ’89 | Leslie Ryder Alysa Sakkas P ’19 | Kosta G. Sakkas P ’19 Anne D. Sano | Kenneth L. Sano Wendy M. Buchi P ’22 | Thomas J. Savides P ’22 Richard J. Schank B.S. ’80, M.S. ’82, P ’22 | Soohyun Chon P ’22 Aaron D. Schapiro B.A. ’95 Diane Schinnerer | Donald Schinnerer Donald D. Schmidt B.S. ’65, C.Opt. ’66 | Georgenia M. Schmidt Diane M. Schord B.A. ’78, P ’11 | Robert F. Schord B.A. ’78, P ’11 Corey M. Schwartz B.A. ’91 Susan L. Sebata B.S. ’89 | Paul T. Sebata B.S. ’88 Craig Semmelmeyer Stephenie Winter Sermeno M.P.H. ’95 | Albert D. Sermeno B.A. ’95 Marlene Bigge Settlemier B.A. ’56 John W. Sewald B.A. ’73, M.B.A. ’74 | Georgine C. Leung Trudi Sharpsteen B.A. ’86 | John MacKerer Jr. Stephen C. Shaw B.A. ’67 | Barbara Shaw Lorraine Leong Sheridon B.A. ’84 | Timothy M. Sheridon B.A. ’84 Sterling A. Shew B.S. ’96 | Angel M. Lee Evelyn Aguilar Shimazaki B.A. ’81 | Naoki Shimazaki Michael I. Sidley B.A. ’83 | Wendy Sidley Lorie Jorgenson Sinnott B.A. ’76, P ’05 | Samuel C. Sinnott B.A. ’77, M.Arch. ’80, P ’05 Albert E. Sisto P ’04 Nodelyn Lago Smith B.A. ’83 | Douglas M. Smith B.S. ’82

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DONOR HONOR ROLL Bonnie L. Smith B.A. ’72 | Jeff Smith B.A. ’72 Laurel A. Smith C.Esing ’80, P ’12 | Todd M. Smith P ’12 Loretta R. Smith Margaret Jean Smith B.A. ’59 Muriel Prislin Sonne B.A. ’59, Cred/Cert ’60 | Charles G. Sonne B.S. ’60 Margarita A. Soria B.A. ’95 Sheila Gates P ’23 | Jean Paul St. Germain P ’23 Zachary M. Stassi B.A. ’99 | Monica Stassi Thomas A. Steig B.A. ’81 | Teresa C. Steig Mark T. Stephens B.A. ’85 | Kimberly Stephens Loretta A. Stephenson B.A. ’84 | James G. Stephenson B.A. ’84 Kathryn A. Stivers Charlene Chung Su B.S. ’03 | David P. Su B.S. ’03 Adam B. Sugarman B.A. ’01 Deann M. Sullivan P ’22 | Kirk N. Sullivan P ’22 Jerome H. Sullivan B.A. ’84 Peter M. Susko M.B.A. ’80, P ’10 | Penny R. Susko P ’10 Andrew Taber Arleen C. Takayama B.A. ’72 | Glenn K. Takayama B.S. ’72, M.B.A. ’77 Nicole D. Tamayo B.A. ’00 | Andres L. Tamayo B.A. ’00 James J. Tamulski B.A. ’69 Jean E. Tanaka B.A. ’80, P ’12 | Marko Sokolich B.S. ’79, M.S. ’82, P ’12 Mark S. Tandowsky B.A. ’81 | Victoria O. Tandowsky Roger E. Taranto B.S. ’87 Lisa G. Fuller M.S.W. ’93 | Dirk A. Ten Grotenhuis IV M.B.A. ’94 Peter F. Thomas B.A. ’73, M.S. ’78, P ’01, ’03 Frances Walker Thompson P ’67, ’70 Kenneth C. Tietz B.A. ’65 Barbara H. Timon P ’93, ’95 | Clay S. Timon P ’93, ’95 Elizabeth C. Tinsley B.A. ’86 | Randolph J. Tinsley B.A. ’84 Margot Robb Tobias B.A. ’72 Margaret M. Tomita B.A. ’65 | Stanley T. Tomita B.A. ’64, J.D. ’67 Gayle H. Torigoe P ’08 | Eric S. Torigoe P ’08 Stephen D. Torres B.A. ’07 Lance R. Torrey B.A. ’05 Elizabeth A. Untiedt B.A. ’86 Gabriel A. Vargas B.A. ’88 Emily V. Parker B.S. ’96 | Ritch D. Viola B.S. ’94 Alex D. Wade B.A. ’88

Robert H. Wagner B.S. ’71, M.B.A. ’73, P ’06 | Diane M. Wagner P ’06 Deborah Mulick Wahl B.A. ’75 Steven M. Walch B.A. ’68, M.A. ’70 | Jeri L. Mersky Nancy Bergren Walsh B.A. ’73 | Michael P. Walsh B.A. ’71 David A. Walter B.S. ’71 | Janet M. Walter Matthew T. Walters B.A. ’87 Barbara J. Walton B.S. ’73 | Dennis J. Walton B.S. ’73 Holly A. Warnock B.A. ’79 | Robert D. Warnock B.S. ’78 Peter F. Weis B.S. ’81 | Laura Ryder Jill B. Welch B.A. ’79 Marlon W. Wenstrom B.A. ’93 Pamela Westin | Richard J. Westin Ramsay B. Wiesenfeld B.A. ’71 Christine A. Treadway | Griff Williams Jacqueline A. Williams B.A. ’13 Brett J. Wilson M.B.A. ’07 | Marisa M. Wilson Donald W. Wilson B.A. ’72, C.Esing ’73 | Joanne E. Wilson Thomas W. Wing O.D. ’74 Calvin E. Wong B.A. ’71, M.B.A. ’74 David R. Yakaitis B.A. ’95 | Amy Yakaitis Kurt E. Yip B.A. ’82 David T. Yohannan Arthur T. Yonemoto B.A. ’75 | Lynda Yonemoto Lynne W. Young B.A. ’84 Martha Zedeck | Sheldon Zedeck Diana Zellers P ’22 | Brad Zellers P ’22 Victoria A. Zetterquist B.A. ’02, M.A. ’04 | Scott P. Zetterquist

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