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THE LAST WHISTLE VOL U M E #78 | TH E 131 S T SE A SON

PUBLISHED ONCE EACH YEAR FOR THE CAMPERS, LEADERS, & STAFF OF

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THE OLDEST BOYS’ CAMP IN AMERICA - SINCE 1885 -

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THE LAST WHISTLE 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION STAFF ATHLETICS BOAT HOUSE SWIM POINT BRODIE DUDLEY DOINGS WITHERBEE

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LAST WHISTLE STAFF EDITOR: Drew Rider #18801 CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Drew Rider, Brendan “Lefty” Loughman, Endy Perry & Willa McKinley CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS: David Nelson, Anna Cerf, Petey O’Brien, Raphael Mettle, Paul Licursi, George Wells, Graham Tredwell, Nicki Ross, Matt Storey, Bo McKinley, Patrick McNamara, Colin Loher, Cris Ramirez, NOLS, the Spain & German Exchange Trips, and everyone else who submitted pictures throughout the summer!

FROM THE EDITOR First and foremost, thank you Lefty for all of your help and support, not only during the creation of this book, but throughout the past four summers. It has been a distinct pleasure working with you to grow Dudley publications and I could not be more proud of what we have accomplished. Thank you to Dan, Endy, and Willa; without your taking pictures, we wouldn’t have anywhere near as many amazing photographs to capture the summer as we do. Additional thanks to everyone else who contributed photos throughout the summer. I know I was unable to list all of you above, but know that your pictures are greatly appreciated! A special thank you to Anita and Dawn for always being readily available to send me rosters, proofread names and chapel talks, and for all of your other countless contributions to this book. I could not have done this without you! Finally, a big thanks to ALL OF YOU who were part of this “best ever” 131st summer. Whether you were visiting for a weekend, or on campus from the earliest days of June to the final days of August, it is your energy, excitement, talent, and spirit that creates all the memories captured in the pages of this book. I hope you all enjoy reliving those memories as much as I enjoyed putting this 78th Last Whistle together and I am so thrilled that you finally have your hands on it. ENJOY!

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DEDI CATION #18500 BILL HARPER

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Presented at the Final Banquet on August 14, 2015 by Drew Rider #18801

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Awarded every summer at the final banquet, the Last Whistle Dedication is one of the highest honors one can be awarded at Camp Dudley. Each summer, the dedication is awarded to an individual who has shown an exemplary commitment and love towards this place we all cherish, going above and beyond what is expected of them to make this place even better than it already is. I am privileged to be standing before you now to award this prestigious honor to someone who, just like the esteemed group of recipients who preceded him, has had a profound impact on the lives of every person here tonight. First arriving to Camp in 1990, our recipient has been returning to the shores of Lake Champlain nearly every single year since he first walked through the gates. Although he was never a camper himself, he embodies the camp motto and spirit in such a deep way, you would think he has been attending camp since he was a cub. This man has become a staple in the Dudley community and there is truly no one who lives the are unaware of his love for sports. In keeping Dudley way more than him. with his exceptional service to his community, our recipient has been a coach of his local soccer When doing my research for this dedication, one and baseball teams for over 10 years, the latter of the most consistent things everyone praised of which is coaching legacy is apparently quite about our recipient in his constant service to his legendary. Furthermore, despite his composed community. Whether it be at home or right here and tranquil demeanor, he is actually known for at camp, he is always selflessly striving to make being fiercely competitive. a difference in the lives of those around him. Whether it be through youth groups, coaching, or While I was unaware of our recipient’s passion service, this years recipient never ceases to be for coaching prior to doing my research for this devoting his time and efforts to the well being of dedication, it comes as no surprise to me that this others, especially kids and young adults. In fact, I is an area where he thrives. It is not an exageration learned that his favorite part of his long, productive when I say that this year’s recipient is truly one career has been working with kids. of the most inspirational people I have ever had the pleasure of listening to and interacting with. A While most people here recognize our recipient scholar and one of the most personable people I for his roles within the hike hut and spiritual have ever met, I speak for everyone in saying that programs here at camp, it is likely that most here every time he speaks, whether it be on a personal,

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one on one basis, or in front of a crowd of The Camp Dudley mission statement reads as hundreds, he has the power to move people and follows: “our mission is to develop personal, inspire them to be the best they can possibly be. physical, and leadership skills in the spirit of fellowship and fun, enabling boys and girls to lead In addition to his constant service to others, lives characterized by devotion to others.” No one this year’s recipient has a true passion for the I have met better embodies this mission, and lives outdoors. Whether it is going on hikes or bike our motto, “the other fellow first,” more than this rides, or “pretending” to know how to fly fish, our year’s dedication recipient. recipient’s passion for the outdoors has made him an essential part of our outdoors program, every Forever youthful, a devoted spouse, and father summer that he has been here. Oh, and also, he of two of our leaders this year, it is an incredible has arguably the best head of hair at camp; good honor to present the dedication of the 78th annual thing Davo told him he wasn’t allowed to shave it Last Whistle to a true inspiration, camper number off. But, back to the main point. #18500, the Reverend Bill Harper.

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Chris Carpenter, Emilyanne Cutting, Sheila Kapper, Juanita Napper, Dusti Pratt, Carol Schwoebel & Amanda Smith

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Helen Cooney, Collin Cutting, Pete Cutting, Libby Decker, Isaac Defelice, Caleb Denton, Lauren Evans, Justin Floyd, Katie Goss, Jacob Harrington, Kyle Harrington, Vincent Harrington, Zack Harter, Derek Lang, Malina Lawrence, Brooke Lossmann, Chelsea MacDougal, Shelby MacDougal, Trevor MacDougal, Mahala Marshall-Rutter, Savannah McCray, Jenny McGinn, Abby Mero, Thomas Mero, Jack Mingle, Emily Morris, Kristy Napper, Jared Olcott, Kaycee Orr, Kristen Orr, Kolby Pertak, Dave Quinn, Hannah Schwoebel, Joe Thompson, Derek Waldron & Mike Webb

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Roger Bigelow, Owen Denton, Hunter Farrell, Noah Farrell, Scott Farrell, Sam Napper, Koby Rider, Aaron Schrauf, Jeff Schwoebel, Lloyd Staats, Ben Sudduth & John Tomkins

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Zoe Brugger-Lobdell, Paul Buehler, Marcus Chioffi, AaLeiyah Clifford, Brian Cropper, Blair Dils, Will Dobbs-Allsopp, Josh Folmar, Mark Gehrke, Katie Gray, Fred Kapper, Margaret Lee, Jordan Mickens, Dave Nelson, Justin Noel, Chris Phelps, Connor Smith, Ted Smith, Bill Stratton & Dave West

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Duncan Campbell, Anna Cerf, Marlon Fisher, Bill Harper, Matt Langston, Colin Loher, Erica Loher, Nicki Ross, Jake Rutter, Christian Sandford, Kevin Shaw, Corey Shuman, Micah Stewart & Graham Tredwell

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The Tiger Lily is awarded annually to a Witherbee Hall performer who exemplifies the spirit of the Dudley Drama Program: a great attitude, having fun on stage, and creating a terrific experience for the audience. Unfortunately, we can only give the award to one performer or actor, even though there were a myriad of excellent examples of the best of Witherbee Hall.

O’Rourke’s amazing lip sync battles. However, this year’s Leaders Serial had one bright spot… Mr. Ollie Clark, OBE… who gave us a pretty accurate caricature of the English!

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Our next nominee gets a Before we get to the winner, here are a few of the nod for the length of time nominees: on stage, for memorizing the most amount of lines, For the sheer volume and and delivering a great quality of his work this performance… Will Elliott as the title character in summer (4 shows total!), The Little Prince. our first nominee is Nick Beane. Ryan Kelly impressed us all when he played a For long-time service female role and delivered to the Dudley stage, for a sincere performance performing in 3 shows as as the love interest in a woman, a snake, and a “13” that was a delight to parrot, for being a member watch. or the Rhythm Ramblers and the Funkatrons, and Now for the runner-up… reprising his role as “Janitor,” our second nomination this goes to an amazing goes to Erik “Monkey Man” Soderstrom. duo… Peter O’Brien and Bruce Baldwin as Timon This summer, we happened to have a number and Pumbaa in The Lion King. Their performance of terrific ensemble performances…an amazing of Hakuna matata will not soon be forgotten! Dudley Dance Theater performance - led by Tal Drori, a top notch And, finally, the winner of the Tiger Lilly Award Wednesday Night light show 2015 is… Wally Capen as Dannie in the allexperience from Blake male version of “Annie.” Harper’s Lower Suter Cabin, Wally captivated us with a daring skateboard stunt a beautiful rendition of show in Davo’s Big Show, Tomorrow and a wonderful and the scene stealing acting performance that Hyenas from The Lion King. brought the house down. Congratulations Wally and Two Wednesday Night thank you to everyone that Show performances receive brought their magic to the a nomination. In the second Dudley stage. session, Wednesday Nights were highlighted by Charlie

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REV. DR. PETER ALLEN #11584 JULY 5, 2015

BETSY LYLES #23845 JULY 12, 2015

REV. BILL HARPER #18500 JULY 19, 2015

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GRAHAM TREDWELL JUNE 22, 2015

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Picture a snow globe. Feel the weight of the globe in your hand as you shake the bulb and watch the hundreds of synthetic flakes swirl and twirl about the glass, each individually landing with silence and grace upon Santa’s little village of cotton candy colored shacks and cabins, softly blanketing the roofs and streets in the illusion of snow. Can you see it? Good. My name is Graham Tredwell and I have been to the North Pole. Well, kind of, the North Pole is really the San Juan Mountains and Santa’s Village is really called Silverton Colorado. But, all of that other snow globe stuff is true; from the summit of Molas Pass, the town of Silverton, cleverly nestled beneath the terrific spires of four jagged peaks, really does resemble a snow globe, a place of magic, of legend. Something I just couldn’t ignore. Immediately after my graduation from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, my best bud, and main backcountry ski partner, Wes, and myself decided to move to Silverton. Shortly after moving to town, I was able to find a job waiting tables; Wes, just kind of kept doing his thing. But, it didn’t really matter ‘cause I was only working 2-3 nights a week and, let’s be honest, we were there to ski, or I guess in our case snowboard. Throughout our days spent in Silverton, Wes and I began to meet more and more backcountry enthusiasts. People like us who had put their careers on hold to live deep in the mountains and soak up the simple pleasures that powder snow can deliver. In the words of Dolores la Chapelle, “powder snow teaches us how to love.” That’s exactly what it did and that’s exactly what we were – in love, in love with the snow, the mountains, and the small gathering of wild-eyed individuals committed to each other and backcountry skiing. Perhaps the most passionate of all of us was Wes.

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With no job, and nothing else to do, Wes spent his days riding in the backcountry, or trying to convince me to quit my job, so that we could go on a tour in the backcountry. It seemed nothing mattered to him more, and nobody wanted to be in the mountains more than Wes. Well, that was until we met Olivia. A local of the area, and a self-declared ski bum by the time she was eight, Olivia had begun studying as an intern at Silverton Avalanche School, just two years before Wes and I had moved to town. She wanted to understand why avalanches occurred and, more importantly, why skiers got caught in avalanches; and, what she could do to try and prevent them. With fiery red hair, and a round freckled face, Olivia’s charm was infectious. She began showing Wes and I the ropes; educating us on avalanche safety and encouraging us to take classes on traveling in the backcountry. Above all, she shared the powder bug with us, and was committed to a life in the mountains.

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Eventually, however, the three days came to a close and I had to head back to work in Silverton. Wes, who had some friends from out of town coming, elected to stay behind. As much as I wanted to sitput with him, it was my only day of work that week and I figured I should probably show up. With plans to meet up over the weekend, we said our

Later that evening, I received a phone call from his sister; Wes had fallen into a tree well, and was unable to escape. It was January 16th, just ten days after Olivia. We only have a short time here and we can choose to do with it as we please. In the few years that I knew Wes and Olivia, I experienced a fuller, more passionate life than I had ever known. They gave that to me and it is my responsibility to pass that charm on to others. Just as Jamal Joseph first helped me pass my swim test cub year, or how Lang Fu helped me to get over my fear of being in the woods, in the dark, on my senior night experience, and how some of the most meaningful moments of my young adult life came from a simple campfire and the strum of a guitar at each and every council ring scattering campus.

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As Wes, myself, and the greater ski community of Silverton coped with the loss of our friend, Wes and I found ourselves spending a lot of time in the mountains. Not a day went by where we didn’t say to one another how much we meant to each other, and how lucky we were to be living in such a beautiful place, allowing us the absolute freedom of the hills. Olivia’s love of the mountains was too great to be ignored and we knew that the only way to honor her spirit was to keep venturing into the vast empty spaces of the San Juan’s. “I wouldn’t want my friends to give up on their dreams if something happened to me,” Wes once said, “and I’m sure Olivia wouldn’t want us to give up on ours.”

goodbyes and I began the short commute back to Silverton. I would never hear from Wes again.

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That is, until January 6th, 2015. At about 4pm that afternoon, Wes and I heard the muffled hum of a helicopter, scouting for an avalanche victim near a section known as the rabbit ears, on Kendall Mountain. The helicopter was searching for Olivia.

These moments are precious, and this place is precious, and the opportunity that we have as leaders and staff to change a camper’s summer, or even life, through friendship, passion, and the other fellow first, is precious.

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AUSTIN HARPER TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2015

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Hello Camp Dudley. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Blake Harper’s brother... but I also go by Bill Harper’s son. In all seriousness, my name is Austin Harper. Height: 5’10”, weight: 155lbs, eyes: blue, sex: male, restrictions: none. Cool, now you know what’s on my driver’s license. But, these are attributes that describe me; physical descriptions that are a part of me, part of my identity. Growing up at Dudley, with an older brother and a Dad on staff, I was oftentimes lumped into their identities. “Oh, you’re Blake’s brother. He’s the man,” some would say. I can’t be mad at that; this might have been the only connection had with me. But, it still felt like my brother’s presence was looming over. Those with brothers here, I’m sure this has happened to you. The actions of our family members have a pretty significant impact on our identities here at camp. I have always felt a pressure to follow in my brother’s footsteps, carry his ideals, and lead like he does. Blake, you’re in the woods and I have nothing against your style, but it’s just not me. Not who I am.

This year I struggled a lot with who I was. As I started my first year at college, in the fall, I was given the chance to change something about me. It was easy; no one knew each other, and the scramble to find friends in the first week led to a change in my character. Instead of being the goofy guy I like to be, I became more reserved. I

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like to think of it as putting on a mask. As we walk into different situations, we assume these masks; they make us easier to talk to, confident, and less vulnerable. But, it’s not who we really are. Bill Harper touched on this subject in his sermon last half; he talked about the “costumes” he wears and how they distract others from his honest, true self. Sometimes, these masks, or costumes, necessary; all of us wear them because it’s safe to do so. It’s safe to hide our true selves to avoid ambarrassment, safe to change our personality to fit in with a group. And, that’s fine. It’s okay to hide for a bit, just as long as we remember who is real. Cliché, I know, but it is extremely important to be sincere with yourself. Be conscious. Know why you carry that mask. Here at camp, I like to think I’m honest with myself, that the guy you see up here, at this podium, is the real Austin Harper. But, it’s not. I constantly worry what others think about me. I worry how I’m

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Safe to be the goofy kid. To quote Shel Silverstein, “underneath my outside face, there is a face none can see, a little more smiley, a little less sure. Be a whole lot more like me.”

These past five weeks have challenged me to speak up, and break away from what is safe. The only time I really feel like myself, is when I’m with you all. The campers. You guys help me to take off my mask, and break down the barriers of self-conscious thought. You let me be the man I ought to be and it’s refreshing.

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portrayed at camp, and what kind of reputation I carry here. These worries translate to a more reserved personality. It’s easy for me, easy to be quiet, easy to sit back and let others take the wheel.

So here’s what I want: let you define you. Don’t worry about your brother or your sister. Don’t let these masks control your identity. Know that when you are at Dudley, you are safe. Safe from ridicule and bullying.

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WENDELL BEANE TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2015

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So picture this: you’re walking into school on the first day. You get to know some new people, and make some friends, because you’re just a really charming guy. You’re at Lunch and everyone starts to talk about their background. Where they live, where they come from, and other questions like that. Then they ask it. The question you know is coming but you really don’t like to have to answer: “what are you?” To me, this question has never made a lot of sense because, when people ask, “what are you?,” they usually aren’t asking about the type of person you are, or any defining characteristics. I could answer that question in a lot of different ways and they would all say something important about me. I could say that I’m a big brother, or a leaderat Camp Dudley, but, usually, that question is about my ethnicity. I know a lot of you are probably wondering right now, so I’ll tell you; my dad is Black and my mom is White. The reason the question, “what are you,” is so frustrating is because, as soon as I answer, people start to try to put me in a box. From that point on, every one of my actions is assigned to one of my parents, because, there is this idea floating around that I can choose which half to act like.

Growing up, this was really hard. No matter what I did, it wasn’t me doing it; it was my black side or my white side. I played hockey, got good grades, behaved in school, and as a result, I was frequently described as “the whitest black kid anyone has ever met.” But, when I said things like, “I love Popeyes” or “I don’t swim very well,” people would chalk that up to my black side. Rarely was this hostile, but it was, essentially, stereotypes that people used to define me, and put my actions into context. Stereotypes come up a lot in life. Usually, they’re meant as a joke, but they’re really prevalent in the way we talk about others. Stereotypes extend past race, and go into other categories. What activities you do can end up defining you.

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First, this is unfair to the person because it takes away from their individuality; they stop being a person and they become part of a formless group.

So, the next time you’re thinking about a person, try to ignore the easy definition. Don’t think of people one dimensionally. Give them the credit they deserve, as real people, and recognize the fact that, as a person, they have multiple aspects of their personality.

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If you’re into drama, people will expect you to act a certain way. If you’re into sports, there are a different set of expectations. These stereotypes aren’t something we think about every day but they affect how we interact with others. We are all guilty of throwing around a stereotype to define a person.

I am Wendell Beane. I am a big brother, I play hockey, I don’t swim that fast, I love Popeyes, I get good grades, and I happen to be half black. What are You?

Second, we are all so much more than a stereotype. Every person has multiple layers that define them. Look around the room, the people next to you are a lot more than one aspect of their personality. Justin Jones is an actor and a football player; Jonah Florence is a college lacrosse player and a serious Harry Potter nerd. These are just a couple of examples of how people are more than what they appear as on the surface level.

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Good morning, my name is Blake and I thought that, in order to get all of you guys pumped up for school, I would give you all a little lesson on paradoxes. A paradox is a statement, or set of statements, that look fine on their own, but lead to a contradiction when you examine them. For example, consider the following sentence: “Leaders always lie.”

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Some of you might be inclined to agree with this statement, and others might be disinclined, but regardless of your position, it would appear that I myself can do neither truthfully because I am a leader. So, when I say that, “leaders always lie,” if I am speaking the truth, then I must be lying and the sentence can’t be true! What’s worse, if the sentence “leaders always lie” is false, and I utter it under the veneer of sincerity, then the sentence is true! A paradox results when you try to make the sentence false, just as it does when you try to make it true. Try a slightly different paradox. Suppose Josh tells us that he is going to serve the Chicken Broccoli Surprise for dinner sometime this week. Now, it would not be the Chicken Broccoli Surprise if we knew in advance when it was going to happen; it has to be a surprise. So, after we rule out Saturday dinner and Friday dinner, because of a picnic and final banquet respectively, we conclude that the Chicken Broccoli Surprise would have to be served tonight, tomorrow night, or Thursday night. Then, we reason that, if it got all the way to Thursday morning, and the Chicken Broccoli Surprise had not been served yet, it would have to be served that night. But, if we knew ahead of time, it would not be a surprise. So, we can rule out Thursday. And, since we have reasoned that the Chicken Broccoli Surprise won’t be served on Thursday, we can apply similar reasoning to conclude that it would have to be served tonight. But, again, knowing that ahead of time would mean no surprise. And, no surprise, means no Chicken Broccoli. Relieved or disappointed, we

conclude that Josh’s utterance was false. But then, against all our better reasoning, clever Josh goes ahead and dishes up the Chicken Broccoli Surprise on Thursday night and we are all, in fact, surprised. His utterance was true after all! And, we have ourselves another paradox. The first example I used is a variation on a philosophical classic: the liar paradox. The second example is a variation on another classic: the surprise examination. The last paradox, I want you to think about, is a Blake Harper original. I call it the Dudley paradox. Here at Dudley, you have gone out of your way, every day, to help the other fellow. You have volunteered your choice times to do service. You have given away extra dessert to a cabin mate. You have gone for the assist, rather than the goal, giving your less experienced teammates a chance to score. All of that is awesome and you should remember those moments. But, what I hope you

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In less than a week, each of you will have the opportunity to become true Dudley men. You will have the opportunity to practice “The Other Fellow First” in a world where it does not mean as much as it does here. You will have the opportunity to practice the motto, even when your friends might look at you funny for doing it. You will have the opportunity to serve when no one is watching to see if you’ll earn an award. You will have the opportunity to think of the needs of others, before your own, even when no one else is doing that. If,

So, you have just about five days left of camp. Make a plan now for the service you will do at home. Make a plan now for how you will treat your friends and family differently. Then, when your car turns out of the gates on Sunday, and you’re driving back home, tell your parents about your plan. Maybe you want to join a new service club at school, or in your church, or maybe you will decide to take on extra chores around the house. Just like your leaders have done here, your parents will be happy to help you reach those goals.

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Someone in my cabin set an impressive goal for himself this half. He said that he wanted to follow the motto even when no one was watching. “Bravo,” I said, “that is what makes a true Dudley man.”

when all the support and incentives of Camp are gone, you still seize these opportunities, then you will be on your way to becoming a true Dudley man.

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will remember, just as much, is how good it felt to do those things. Selflessness feels great! Here, in this place, you get looked up to when you do those things. People notice. Maybe you even earn a 3-week award. But, then I wonder, as I’m sure many of you have wondered, what’s the real motivation behind your actions here? Are you really putting “the other fellow first” for others or are you doing it because you know that your friends, leaders, and coaches will notice?

So, even though I doubt that my lesson in semantic paradoxes got you guys excited for school, I hope that my challenge for you all to become true Dudley men has gotten you, at least a little, excited to prove yourself beyond these gates. Each of you knows what it takes and each of you has what it takes. No lie, no surprise.

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AUGUST 15, 2015

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Good morning Camp Dudley and welcome to the end. It has been a long road to get here and, as sad as it is, it’s a truth we all need to deal with; for, it’s simply delusion not to accept the fact that most everything eventually comes to an end. Every book, its final chapter; every play, its final bow; and, every Dudley summer, it’s final hymn sing. Look around; never again will these same people be here, in this room, together. And, as sad as it is, it’s also beautiful. Next year, you will make new friends, have new leaders as mentors, and have a genuinely, whole different experience. This is what keeps everything fresh here at Camp Dudley, and generally in life; with every end comes a new beginning. It is astounding to think that every single one of you has traveled a different path in life, all of which, however, has led you to this very moment… right here, right now. From here, each of us, on our own paths, will find new experiences this upcoming year. It will, also, lead us, next summer, either into a new role at camp, or onto bigger and better things. Regardless, a new horizon meets us all. As I sat to prepare this chapel talk, all these daunting thoughts crossed my mind and I had to truly reflect on what I wanted to impart on you folks today. Camp has taught me so much, throughout my entire life, and to boil it down to one lesson, sounded absolutely ludicrous to me. As I pondered, I kept finding myself coming back to one phrase, “do what makes you happy.” A lesson so easy, it should be assumed, however, I feel there is something poetic in its simplicity.

towards the ever-distasteful sport of Lacrosse, sorry Darien folks. As I floundered to find my niche, I happened to be lucky enough to stumble into Diana’s drama major. Once there, I finally found something I whole-heartedly enjoyed.

Although the message is straight forward, it seems to be harder to put into practice. Dudley initially taught me this lesson when I was a Plebe. You see, I was never the best at sports… I know, hard to believe. I struggled to find enjoyment working on athletics, although, the pressure from my hometown, in New Jersey, was pushing me

In 2012, I was working as a junior analyst for a stock brokerage on Wall Street. To you kids who don’t know what that means, it means I worked in New York City, wore a suit to work every day, had a fancy briefcase, and had a big paycheck. Sounds pretty cool, right? Who doesn’t love money?!

I was baffled to find something that brought a smile to my face that didn’t involve running around and screaming like a maniac, two of my favorite things to this day. In fact, I loved it so much; I proceeded to sign up for Diana’s drama major for the next three summers. I did it every year, not because I wanted to be an actor when I grew up, but because it simply made me happy. It gave me something that put a smile on my face when my athletic incompetence was getting me down. Now, let us fast-forward a couple years from there and we find myself with a job in finance.

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In my time of strife, I kept thinking back to what did make me happy, and that thing that made me happy was my time here at Camp Dudley. I recalled how much fun it was to work with children, help them grow, and simply interact with them on a daily basis. Then, I remembered Diana’s drama class, and the lesson I learned about how having fun was the most important thing in life. So, I quit

That decision to quit led to many other great decisions and adventures in my life, such as exploring India through NOLS, teaching at the Sun Valley Ski Academy, and, finally, the ultimate decision, joining the Peace Corps, all of which would have never happened if I had decided to stay at my job on Wall Street. So please, each of you, go home and find what makes you happy. Whether it’s being an artsy painter, or a drama goofball, a computer nerd, or even a lax bro; life is simply too short to not do what we love.

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Each person at the company was out to get themself promoted; each day felt like a constant battle for sales and friendship seemed to be a rare commodity. Effectively, everything about this company was the complete opposite of “the other fellow first,” in my opinion, and so, I didn’t seem to find any joy in my work. Strangely enough, I didn’t hate the job I was doing; it just wasn’t fun.

my job and, to this day, it has been one of the best choices I have ever made in my life.

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Every day, I would hear from friends and family, congratulating me for landing such a job. I would commute into the city, with a spring in my step, and a drive to be the best I could be. But, just like my initial excitement towards lacrosse, I found my enthusiasm towards finance starting to change over time. It seems the aggressive nature of the finance world didn’t seem to agree with my mildmannered temper.

And so, I bring this last chapel talk to a close, on this last day of camp, of my last summer. This year at camp has easily been one of my favorites, which is what makes this end so truly bittersweet. Although this magical summer is coming to a close, there are plenty of future camp memories still to be made. As I stated earlier, boys, with every end comes a new beginning. In the words of the Beatles, “hello, hello, I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello.”

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C UBBIES

CUB D-HEADS Matt Harrigan (1st), Max Patterson, & Johnny Wertimer (2nd)

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ADIRONDACK

Leader: Matt Harrigan (1st Half - D-Head) / David Ballinger (2nd Half) St. Lawrence University, 2016 / Penn State University, 2017

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1. Matt Tornquist (AL) 2. Robert Kats 3. George Lathrop 4. Matt Harrigan (L) 5. Peter Ferguson 6. Henry White 7. Alex Almeida 8. Hugh McLaughlin 9. Ned McCann (A) 10. Tyler Rodgers 11. Aidan Low

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1. Charlie Sfreddo 2. Teddy Ughetta 3. Tyler Rodgers 4. Jack Hermes 5. Hawke Edson 6. Mensah Millett-Barrett 7. Baker Beck 8. Colin Glascott (A) 9. Matt Tornquist (AL) 10. David Ballinger (L)

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BURR

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Leader: Johnny Wertimer (Asst. D-Head) | Hamilton College, 2017

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1. Nathan Noel 2. Cort McNichol 3. Max Larrison (JL) 4. Gage Johnson 5. John Wertimer (L) 6. Henry Doerge 7. Vincent Juarez 8. Julian Alber (A) 9. Ace Dorsey-Reyes 10. Perry Howe 11. Theo Koukopoulos

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1. Ted Merrifield (A) 2. John Wertimer (L) 3. Mason Marsh (A) 4. Oliver Merrick 5. Cutler Greene 6. Max Larrison (JL) 7. Langan Phelan 8. Finn O’Hara 9. Ty Blaicher 10. Kellan Chui

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CUTLER

Leader: Matt McCormick (1st Half) / Brian Degen (2nd Half) University of Rochester, 2015 / Princeton University, 2018

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1. Rett Zeigler 2. Carter Johnson 3. Ad Weisbruch 4. Carson Rodormer 5. Miles Chapman 6. Sam Engel 7. Jack Rosenberg 8. James Plumb (A) 9. Addison White (AL) 10. Kyle Dew (JL) 11. Matt McCormick (L)

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1. Aidan Lobdell 2. Max Lurcott 3. Luke Weinstein 4. Latham Billingsley 5. Graham Duncan 6. Teddy O’Keefe 7. Luke Thomas 8. Bennett Allison (AL) 9. Will Lynch (JL) 10. Brian Degen (L) 11. Ethan Dewbrey (A)

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DANIELSON

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Leader: Max Patterson (D-Head) | Dickinson College, 2017

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1. Ryan Peterson (A) 2. Jack Wainwright 3. Max Patterson (L) 4. Will White 5. Andrew Almeida 6. Remy Reynolds 7. Henry Foster 8. Fletcher McMurray 9. Jack Kelley 10. Jack McDonough (AL)

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1. Jack McDonough (JL) 2. Max Patterson (L) 3. Julien Halstead 4. James Lievense 5. Gunner Watson 6. Ryan Hogan 7. Harry Bock 8. Jack Adams 9. Chip Boland (A) 10. Shane Bowler (A)

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OWASCO

Leader: Noah Hastings | Princeton University, 2019

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1. Kelly Dunne 2. Cameron Weibel 3. Casey Doyle 4. Ryan Noel 5. Jack Rhoten 6. Ted Rogers (JL) 7. Zack Ready-Miller 8. Sam Perry 9. John Leonard (A) 10. Peter Churchill (AL) 11. Noah Hastings (L)

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1. Jerrod Thompson (JL) 2. Kameran Locklear 3. Rich Mugler 4. Jacob Smith 5. Charlie Michael 6. Liam Bradley 7. Mark O’Brien 8. Rowan Ucko 9. Noah Hastings (L) 10. Tom Delves (A)

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POLY

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Leader: Raphael Mettle | Middlebury College, 2018

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1. Torrey Foster (AL) 2. Raphael Mettle (L) 3. Ryan Jeffrey (A) 4. Tomas Cushman 5. Luke Tullier 6. Jake Wilson 7. Colin Feeney 8. Tate Kuster 9. Owen Kelley 10. Ben Butcher

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1. Worth Loomis (JL) 2. Chris Burney (A) 3. Raphael Mettle (L) 4. Torrey Foster (AL) 5. Daniel Todd 6. Sean Watchmaker 7. Will Muccia 8. Andrew Mayhew 9. Harrison Teschke 10. Evan Lukacs 11. Luis Banos

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RENSSELAER

Leader: Endy Perry | University of Rhode Island, 2019

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1. Drew Taranto 2. Griffin Beringer 3. Will Hendricks 4. James Kerr 5. Brady Beal 6. Gus Burns 7. Beau Johnson 8. Zach Deans (A) 9. Connor Longo (JL) 10. Endy Perry (L)

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1. Will Kein 2. Jaleel Worrell 3. Charlie Gaynor 4. Rand Luthringer 5. Brody Lobdell 6. Henry Boland 7. Nick Padalino 8. Endy Perry (L) 9. Connor Longo (JL) 10. Isaac Amado (A)

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SYRACUSE

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Leader: Alex Beal, Michael Kearney (1st Half) & Austin Huber (2nd Half) Hobart & William Smith Colleges, 2019 / Brown University, 2020 / Haverford College, 2019

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1. Teddy Benedict 2. Cody O’Neil 3. Jack O’Callaghan 4. Cooper Kittsley 5. Michael Kearney (L) 6. Alex Beal (L) 7. Peter Richieri (AL) 8. Augie Swenson 9. Chris Brown 10. Gabe Morato (A) 11. Connor Morneau 12. Harrison Flynn

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1. Reid Banbury (JL) 2. Alex Beal (L) 3. Austin Huber (L) 4. Bryce Lubin 5. Ford Leonard (A) 6. Christian Brunner 7. Matt Stewart 8. Will Bainbridge 9. Red Kossick 10. Sam Scola 11. Kiernan Keller

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TEALE

Leader: Brian Degen (1st Half) | Princeton University, 2018

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1. Alex Borinstein (A) 2. Brian Degen (L) 3. Freddy Hayes (JL) 4. Xan Diamandis 5. Jack Raymond 6. Huck Jamison 7. John Gedney 8. Davis McDonald 9. Jules Doyle

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WATSON

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Leader: Ryan Kelley & Austin Huber (1st Half) Williams College, 2019 / Haverford College, 2019

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1. Ryan Kelley (L) 2. Austin Huber (L) 3. Will Lynch (JL) 4. Ben Brower (A) 5. Sebastian Port 6. Liam Butler 7. Will Erdmann 8. Andrew Stournaras 9. Oliver Skinner 10. Ian Lesczynski

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1. Will Fahy (AL) 2. Ryan Kelley (L) 3. Reid Komosa (JL) 4. Henry Bransford (A) 5. Liam Casey 6. DJ Gess 7. Jonas Miller 8. Peter McLean 9. AJ Economou 10. Connor Wynne 11. Danny Nunez

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2015 PLEBE LEADERS

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PL EBES

PLEBE D-HEADS Wilson Powell & Jonah Florence

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AMHERST

Leader: Patrick “P-Mac” McNamara | Vanderbilt University, 2019

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1. Jack Phelps 2. P-MAC (L) 3. Bradley Jubitz (AL) 4. Aiden Papenhausen 5. Matt Murphy 6. Preston Withington 7. Tucker Valas 8. James Wood 9. Wilson Skinner 10. Max Gehrke | NP - Andrew Gilbert (A)

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1. Thomas Woods 2. Sami Canaan (JL) 3. P-MAC (L) 4. Sean Hogan (A) 5. Nick Ferraro 6. Charlie Beams 7. Tom Frank 8. Duncan McDermott 9. Ethan Rozycki 10. Gavin Spilling 11. Lachlan Burke

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AVERY

2015

Leader: Erik “Monkey Man” Soderstrom (1st Half) | University of Vermont, 2014

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1. Finn Amster 2. Monkey Man (L) 3. Parker Howell (A) 4. Tony Leonard (JL) 5. Brian Kaskey 6. Ethan Lange 7. Zach Sheppard 8. Thomas Kuruvilla 9. Finn Ryan 10. Calvin Smith 11. Barrett Grant

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DARTMOUTH

Leader: Will Christen (1st Half) | Fordham University, 2019

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1. Will Christen (L) 2. Griffin Azrak (JL) 3. Ethan de Anda Sanchez 4. Alec Brown 5. Will Caley 6. AJ Radik 7. Danny Jagoe 8. Calvin Stuart 9. Christopher Kaufmann 10. Peter Elliott 11. Jack Ryan

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HURD

2015

Leader: Wilson Powell (D-Head) | Bucknell University, 2016

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1. Sam Dils (A) 2. Dominic Pelosi 3. DeWitt Renwick 4. Wilson Powell (L) 5. Peter Groves 6. Liam Anton 7. Cap Henneman 8. Jack Grills 9. Landon Alpaugh 10. Bruce Baldwin (AL)

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1. Cobi Peck Palermo 2. Sam Dils (A) 3. Nick Weinstein 4. Jack Grills 5. Devin Frank 6. Ford Young 7. Bruce Baldwin (AL) 8. Miguel Rincon 9. Wilson Powell (L) 10. Domanic Pelosi

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IROQUOIS

Leader: Jonah Florence (Asst. D-Head) | Kenyon College, 2018

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1. Perry Rodgers 2. Caleb Hastings (A) 3. Mack Martin (AL) 4. Jonah Florence (L) 5. Finn Doyle 6. Tommy Bartley 7. Spencer Miller 8. Brooks McConnell 9. Andy Mason 10. Augie Franck 11. Silas Van Vranken

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1. Mack Martin (AL) 2. Jonah Florence (L) 3. Sam Johnson (A) 4. Tommy Bock 5. Silas Van Vranken 6. Ben Ciancio 7. Perry Rodgers 8. Aaron Garbanzos 9. Chase Montgomery 10. Dylan Melora 11. Rowan Dodge

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LINWOOD

2015

Leader: Austin Harper | Whitman College, 2018

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1. Luke Picher (JL) 2. Will O’Callaghan 3. Gavin Cazeault 4. Caden Marston 5. Aidan Brock 6. Silas Bullock 7. Alec Schwehm (A) 8. JR Michael (AL) 9. Austin Harper (L) 10. Jack Engel 11. Wally Capen 12. Sydney Weibel

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1. Porter Coutre 2. Charlie Silsby 3. Connor Grand 4. Ben Barba (JL) 5. Baby D Smith 6. Austin Harper (L) 7. Drew Morris 8. Hayden Evans 9. Nas’ah Dabbs 10. Callum Pace 11. Doug Hinton (A) 12. Jack Rong (AL)

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MACINTYRE

Leader: Wendell Beane | Dartmouth College, 2019

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1. Liam Beringer 2. Chris Gagliardi 3. Henry Harwood (JL) 4. Joe Seitz 5. Wendell Beane (L) 6. Kavika Babson 7. Ethan Jones 8. Eli Standard (A) 9. George Spence 10. Liam Mulvihill 11. Matthew Antonelli

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1. Brendan Bumgardner (JL) 2. Mahdi Price (A) 3. Ned Smith 4. Connor Flanagan 5. Connor Fallon 6. Will Benzian 7. Caleb Weddle 8. Weston Duncan 9. Connor Randall 10. Wendell Beane (L) 11. Drone

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POST

2015

Leader: Kevin Longo | Boston College, 2017

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1. Connor Cazeault (A) 2. Henry Perrine 3. Nick Townsend 4. Colin Wehmann 5. Henry Russell 6. Jeremy Rolls 7. Jack Fylnn 8. Kevin Longo (L) 9. Derek Pickard 10. Ben Emery 11. Owen Marsh (AL)

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1. Nick Brooke (JL) 2. Owen Marsh (AL) 3. Giles Mitchell 4. William Van Praagh 5. Jermaine Meisel 6. Michael Randall 7. Trip Brown 8. Finn Bonner 9. Billy Eugene 10. Dimitri Jacquemont (A) 11. Kevin Longo (L)

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PRINCETON Leader: Justin Jones

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1. Blake Garrett (A) 2. Jack Renwick (AL) 3. Justin Jones (L) 4. Tyler Galante 5. JG Hill-Edgar 6. Will Burke 7. JT Pyle 8. Alexander Lake 9. Zach Jennings 10. Jack Bullock 11. Quinn Mullaney

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1. Will Barrett (JL) 2. JT Meyer 3. Gavin Feller 4. Henry Moses 5. Billy Woodson 6. Will Rettaliata 7. Aiden Katleski 8. Henry Komosa 9. AJ Hurd (A) 10. Quione Franklin 11. Justin Jones (L)

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ROSS

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Leader: Will Rider | Temple University, 2018

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1. Quinn Wiseman 2. Liam DeFelice (A) 3. Will Rider (L) 4. Andrew Hollander (JL) 5. Griffin Deane 6. Walker Coyle 7. Cam Paredes 8. Will Coombs 9. Jason Salgado 10. Jason Huang 11. Chris Johnson

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1. Tommy Meade (A) 2. Will Rider (L) 3. Y-Kim Aye 4. Jeff Chambers (JL) 5. RJ Fricke 6. Nito Varela 7. Liam Kirkpatrick 8. James Avery 9. Alex Zhang 10. Jeriah Mickens 11. Caden Whaling

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TEALE

Leader: Erik “Monkey Man” Soderstrom (2nd Half) | University of Vermont, 2014

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1. Gavin LaVine 2. Chase Hackett 3. Alex Verni 4. Tyler Erdmann 5. Michael Aronsohn 6. Charlie Close (JL) 7. Chris LaRovere (A) 8. Monkey Man (L) 9. Lincoln Sandoval 10. Dewie Egan

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YALE

2015

Leader: Roger Hueglin | University of Connecticut, 2018

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1. Andrew Childs (JL) 2. Roger Hueglin (L) 3. Oliver Lawrence (A) 4. Deuce Jacques 5. Liam Patty 6. Payton Kittsley 7. Duncan Longley 8. Jack Tornga 9. Will Elliott 10. Cole Murphy 11. Hud Schlumberger

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1. Austin Carmody (JL) 2. Conor Newman 3. Roger Hueglin (L) 4. David Hermes (A) 5. Tommy Nugent 6. Peter Kearney 8. Dontrell Jones-Tobin 9. Henry Parsons 10. Will McClellan 11. Vince Torpie | NP Langston Lamitie

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2015 JUNIOR LEADERS

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JUNIOR D-HEADS Tommy Dils & Preston Miller

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ANDREWS

Leader: Tommy Dils (D-Head) | Middlebury College, 2017

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1. Aqui Diamandis 2. Mark Sears (A) 3. Walker Swindell 4. Malik Figaro 5. Jake Babigian 6. Nick Beane (AL) 7. Hobie Jamison 8. Cole Hoey 9. Kyle Shieh 10. Tommy Dils (L)

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1. Sean Gilbert 2. Duff Haffenreffer 3. Kyle Shieh 4. Peter Miller 5. Noah Brefka 6. Ethan Carmody 7. Shakeem Herman 8. Duke Reeder 9. Nick Beane (AL) 10. Charlie Widing (A) 11. Tommy Dils (L)

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AVERY

2015

Leader: P.J. Titterton (2nd Half) | Chapman University, 2017

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1. Zachary Whelan 2. Luke Johnson 3. P.J. Titterton (L) 4. Joel Hernandez 5. Sam King 6. Avery Smith 7. Jay Campbell 8. Jack Peterson (AL) 9. Will Bingle | NP - CJ Stueck (A)

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BEAL

Leader: Jody Underwood | Colorado State University, 2018

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1. Shane Rodriguez 2. Patrick Mauboussin 3. Will Stark 4. Jody Underwood (L) 5. Will McClintock (AL) 6. Luke Watkins 7. James Ewan 8. Michael Hueglin (A) 9. Quinn Plumb 10. Sim Bethel

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1. Ty Reusswig (A) 2. Jody Underwood (L) 3. Matt Hawes (JL) 4. Henry Pomerane 5. James Dudgeon 6. Harry Whitman 7. Finn Rahill 8. Henry Barton 9. Charlie Mac Watson 10. Pearse O’Brien

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BECKMAN

2015

Leader: Dylan McCann | Elon University, 2016

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1. Mike Katz 2. Dylan McCann (L) 3. Anthony Morganti 4. Connor Sullivan (JL) 5. Tyrik White 6. James Draper 7. Stillman Smith 8. Chris Sudduth (A) 9. Cory Pickering 10. John Hagerty (AL)

1

4

2 8

9

5

3

6

7

1. Ben Seitz-Sitek (AL) 2. Michael Benninghoff 3. Tim Carr (A) 4. Chaz Saferstein 5. Romeo Torres 6. Liam Halstead 7. Dylan McCann (L) 8. Theo Morris 9. Phineas Scanlan

126

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CLARK

Leader: George Wells | Middlebury College, 2018

3

4

6

7

8

9

10

5

2015

2

1

1. Griffin Satterwhite 2. Luke Riley 3. William De Luca 4. David White 5. George Wells (L) 6. Will Delves 7. Henry Dobbs-Allsopp (AL) 8. Cormac Kenny (A) 9. Colin Sepkovic 10. Chris Benedict

LW

1

2 3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1. Tommy Burney 2. Patrick McDermott (JL) 3. Bryan Tayloe-Broad 4. Sully O’Hara 5. Chuck Warren 6. Bernard Zoungrana 7. George Wells (L) 8. Will Delves 9. Hugh Parker 10. Jack Edwards 11. Russell Midgley (A)

JUNIORS

127


CUSHMAN

2015

Leader: Ollie Clark | Bristol University, 2017

1

3

2

4

5

6 7

9

8

10

LW

1. Davis Johnson 2. Charlie Baker 3. Michael Woodley 4. Caleb Rubin 5. Ollie Clark (L) 6. Mavi Lankatilleke (A) 7. Riker Ferry 8. Angelo Taranto 9. Brian Longo (JL) 10. Bo Zeigler

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1. Park Rudd 2. Zion Brown 3. Arlo Halloran 4. Christian Juarez 5. Ollie Clark (L) 6. Charlie Poler 7. James Millard 8. J.P. Wade (AL) 9. Benjamin Li 10. John O’Hern (A)

128

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DARTMOUTH

Leader: Will Christen (2nd Half) | Fordham University, 2019

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

2015

1

1. Griffin Azrak (JL) 2. Hunter Essex 3. Tom Lloyd 4. Mikey Hogan 5. Derek Weinstock 6. Sean Ryan 7. Timmy Kelleher 8. Grant Kellond 9. Jarrett White (A) 10. Will Christen (L)

LW

JUNIORS

129


HURON

2015

Leader: Vlad Marhefka | Marist College, 2019

1

2

3

4

5 9

6

10

7

8

LW

1. Beltran Puig De La Bellacasa 2. Peter Fox 3. Henry Miller 4. John Hall (AL) 5. Vlad Marhefka (L) 6. Teo Bammi 7. Cy Duggal 8. Harrison Jones 9. Nick Clifford 10. Alex Yoo (A)

1

2

3 6

4

7

5

8

9

10

1. Harry Lee 2. Luke George 3. Jackson Reydel (A) 4. Nick Peck Palermo (JL) 5. Vlad Marhefka (L) 6. Quin Fox 7. Leighton Ivy 8. Griffin Frank 9. Will Gushee 10. Max Brownback

130

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LEHIGH

Leader: Jack Flanagan (1st Half) | Boston College, 2018

1 7

2

3 8

4

5 9

2015

6

1. Alex Type 2. Jack Flanagan (L) 3. Bobby Kynigos 4. Luke Pearson 5. Aidan Scully (A) 6. Max Russell (JL) 7. Elliot Flagg 8. Shane Borenius 9. Jon Novak

LW

JUNIORS

131


LOWER SUTER

2015

Leader: Blake Harper | Middlebury College, 2015

1 6

2 7

3

4

8

5 10

9

LW

1. Charlie Shadek (A) 2. Charles Willmott 3. Blake Harper (L) 4. Mike Frechette 5. Jack Degen (JL) 6. Charlie Driscoll 7. Sam Wilson 8. Owen Ives 9. Hunter Flynn 10. Ben Hanley

6

1

7

2

8

3

9

4

10

5

11

1. Spencer Williams (A) 2. Brandon Gutierrez 3. Blake Harper (L) 4. Nick Mangel 5. Jack Degen (JL) 6. Eli Gillespie 7. Max Lobue 8. Collin Allison 9. Atticus Beane 10. Henry Groves 11. Dean Danzi

132

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UPPER SUTER

Leader: Preston Miller (Asst. D-Head) | Dickinson College, 2017

7

8

2 5

3 6 9

2015

1 4

10

1. Chance Clevenger (A) 2. Preston Miller (L) 3. Fernando Sanjurjo (JL) 4. Kevin Cianciolo 5. Andy Hartong 6. Tom Flanagan 7. Will Bailey 8. Tucker Cassady 9. James Bowers 10. Zhanik Temirtashev

LW

1 2

3

4

5

6 7

8

9

10

11

1. Preston Miller (L) 2. Sam Magill 3. Noah Dewbrey 4. Finn Hagerty 5. Alex Bauer 6. Alejo Tayloe-Broad 7. Pete Bonczek 8. Colin Dempsey 9. Alex Gilbert (A) 10. Fernando Sanjurjo (JL) 11. Nicco LaRovere (A)

JUNIORS

133


WESLEYAN

2015

Leader: Peter O’Brien | Santa Clara University, 2018

2 3 4

1

7 8 9

5 6

10

LW

1. Jesse Joash (A) 2. Eric Hickerson 3. Reece Loucks 4. Crosby Smith 5. Aidan Matthews 6. Petey O’Brien (L) 7. Jimmy Perry 8. Dan Salgado 9. Ryan Barry 10. Ben Hynes (AL)

1

2

3

8

9

4

10

5

6

7

1. Tuckery Slattery 2. Ryan Marrus 3. Sam MacKenzie 4. Luke Spilling 5. Barker Thompson 6. Gabe Stewart 7. Jalen Garel-Acosta 8. Ben Hynes (AL) 9. Petey O’Brien (L) 10. Andrew Kurth (A)

134

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135


2015 SENIOR LEADERS

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SENIOR D-HEADS Bo McKinley & Paul Licursi

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ALLEGHENY

Leader: Bo McKinley (D-Head) | Connecticut College, 2016

2

7

4

3

5

8

6

2015

1

1. Bo McKinley (L) 2. Jackson Coyle 3. Tommy Burke 4. Wyatt Allen 5. Timmy Polk 6. Nick Scheffler (AL) 7. Ryan Dolphin 8. Aug Theoharides | NP Peter Delfeus

LW

1

6

2 7

3 8

4 9

5 10

1. Eoin McLevey 2. Patrick Seitz-Sitek 3. Bo McKinley (L) 4. Nick Scheffler (AL) 5. Chris Asamoah 6. Kyle Colby 7. Mac McLean 8. Drew Brownback 9. Alex Christie 10. Quin Feeney

SENIORS

137


COLGATE

2015

Leader: Duncan Sewall | Colby College, 2017

4

1 6

5

2 7

3 8

9

10

LW

1. Liam Bullock (JL) 2. Duncan Sewall (L) 3. Kofi Yankey (AL) 4. Ian Emery 5. Max Schofield 6. Wyatt Henneman 7. Oscar Ceria 8. Jay Schoudel 9. Griffin Santose 10. Jackson Sharpless

1

7

2

8

3

4

9

5

10

6

1. Ramsey Frank 2. Jamie Zoellner 3. Duncan Sewall (L) 4. Josiah Bennett 5. Dean Gillespie 6. Liam Sheldon (JL) 7. Michael Droesch 8. Adam Packard 9. Griffin Santose 10. Philip Johnson

138

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COLUMBIA

Leader: Jack Green | University of California, Los Angeles, 2019

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2015

1

9

1. Rodney Bell 2. Jack Spence 3. Robbie Boulton 4. Jack Green (L) 5. Eric Emyot 6. Michael Pastore 7. Evan Wu 8. Scotty McGraw (JL) 9. Kyle Brody

LW

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1. Jack Green (L) 2. Wyatt Gough (JL) 3. Michael Candelaria 4. Jack Little 5. Jack Haims 6. DJ Kelly 7. Sam Smith 8. Henry Vanneck 9. Max Lehnert 10. Marvyn Waweru

SENIORS

139


CORNELL

2015

Leader: Ian Porter | College of Charleston, 2018

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

LW

1. Teddy Wynn 2. Ross Danforth 3. Morgan Hill-Edgar 4. Andrew Quigley 5. Ian Porter (L) 6. Hunter Turcotte 7. Jem Bullock (JL) 8. Pete Dolan 9. Sam Gleason

1

2 9

3 4

5

6

7

8

10

1. Von Ingram 2. Cam Foster 3. Jack Hanau 4. Drew Skilton 5. Andrew Quigley 6. Nate Montgomery 7. Chris Bass 8. Aaron Serianni 9. John Kelleher (AL) 10. Ian Porter (L)

140

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HAMILTON

Leader: Paul Licursi (Asst. D-Head) & Matt Harrigan (2nd Half) University of Vermont, 2017 / St. Lawrence University, 2016

2

3

4

5

6

8

7

2015

1

9

1. Connor Fay 2. Anderson Gay (AL) 3. Cole Kuster 4. Aidan Burke 5. Paul Licursi (L) 6. Quinn Broderick 7. Darnell Howard 8. Quentin Bishop 9. Sebastian Gammill

LW

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1. Willie Gridley 2. Quinn Daly 3. Tommy Subak 4. Jake Colby 5. Paul Licursi (L) 6. Anderson Gay (AL) 7. Matt Harrigan (L) 8. Chris Long 9. Sam Capelo 10. Stuart McElroy 11. Chase Kirkpatrick

SENIORS

141


LEHIGH

2015

Leader: Jack Flanagan (2nd Half) | Boston College, 2018

1

2

3

4

5

9

6

7

8

10

LW

1. Lyndon Howlett 2. Will Napper 3. Max Daugherty 4. Sean Collins 5. Asher Porphy 6. Tanner Dydo 7. Ian Rzeszowski 8. Eli Korngiebel 9. Luke Bolster (JL) 10. Jack Flanagan (L)

142

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OBERLIN

Leader: Alex “Fly” Flynn | Franklin & Marshall College, 2015

3

5

7

6

8

10

9

2015

2 4

1

1. Brev Rioux 2. Alex Flynn (L) 3. Cameron Lawrence 4. Ryan Raymundo 5. Jack Riley 6. Charlie Haskell 7. Will Drake 8. Leo Van Munching 9. Dan Timoney 10. Liam Cazeault (AL)

LW

1

2

3

5

6

7

8

9

4

1. Alex Flynn (L) 2. Kaetu Wleh 3. Will Drake 4. Isaiah Howell 5. Jack Dove 6. Will Harrigan (JL) 7. Dan Timoney 8. Parker Simpson 9. Griff McClellan

SENIORS

143


ST. LAWRENCE

2015

Leader: Coleman Maglio | Providence College, 2018

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

LW

1. Colin Satterwhite 2. Coleman Maglio (L) 3. Will Cooper 4. Charlie Cook 5. Blake Liberi 6. Connor Matteson 7. Alvaro Meryo 8. Andrew Patty 9. Matt Minford (AL)

3

4

1

5

6

7

8

2

9

10

1. Harry Barnwell (AL) 2. Coleman Maglio (L) 3. TJ Komosa 4. Ryan Hart 5. Jake Schramm 6. Michael Wade 7. Bruce Ferguson 8. Emerson Osmond 9. Kyle Romanoff 10. Jay Carter

144

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UNION

Leader: Guthrie McGlynn | Colorado University, 2017

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

2015

1

1. Miles Kynigos (JL) 2. Joel Darkwah 3. Max Bergstrand 4. Zach Jones 5. Jack Ludington 6. Turner Ives 7. PJ Kotz 8. Nico Valls 9. Guthrie McGlynn (L)

LW

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1. Owen Kula (AL) 2. Ebby Asamoah 3. Charlie Fink 4. Khy-Rie McGhee 5. Julian Barba 6. Blake Reusswig 7. Carter Storey 8. Drew Parsekian 9. CJ D’Virgilio 10. Guthrie McGlynn (L)

SENIORS

145


WILLELYN

2015

Leader: Quentin Sakakeeny | Wake Forest University, 2019

2

1

4 5

3

6

7

8

9

LW

1. Will Baker (AL) 2. Quentin Sakakeeny (L) 3. Kellam Lloyd 4. Hudson Bell 5. Harris Anton 6. BI Burley 7. Robert Hollander 8. Harry DeLana 9. Shane Pickering

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1. Jason Luci 2. Davie Cochran 3. Tucker Stoops 4. Tommy Purdy 5. Jack Stuzin 6. Larsen Burack 7. James Treiber (JL) 8. Quentin Sakakeeny (L) 9. Charlie Murphy

146

SENIORS


WILLIAMS

Leader: Will Krueger | University of Denver, 2018

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2015

1

1. Cam Cianciolo (AL) 2. Teddy McGraw 3. Matt Sullivan 4. TJ Brock 5. Nick Mason 6. Zimmy Russell 7. Tim McKelvey 8. Will Krueger (L)

LW

5

2

1 6

3

7

4

9 8

1. Max Chermayeff 2. Noah Avery 3. Matthew Johnson 4. Simon Brand 5. Angel Negron 6. Alex Saladucha 7. Thomas Williams (AL) 8. Andrew Wetty 9. Will Krueger (L)

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147


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