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CONTENTS A letter from the Director 1 The Campus 2 Individual Sport Highlights

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Men’s Basketball 3

Women’s Basketball 4

Men’s Crew 5

TEMPLE AT A GLANCE...

Men’s Cross Country 6

Women’s Cross Country 7

• Founded by Russell H. Conwell in 1884, Temple University is a top-tier public research university experiencing incredible momentum powered by academic excellence and innovation in college access and affordability. • Temple University has an overall enrollment of nearly 41,000 students, which encompasses 17 schools and colleges in its six domestic and two international campuses. • Temple University sponsors 19 varsity sports at the NCAA Division I level and is a full member of the American Athletic Conference. Field Hockey and Lacrosse compete as associate members of the BIG EAST Conference. Fencing is a member of the National Intercollegiate Women’s Fencing Association (NIWFA) with Men’s Crew and Women’s Gymnastics affiliated with the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC), respectively. • Temple has won eight National Championships in its storied history of intercollegiate athletics which dates back to the 1894 football season. Three football coaches (Glenn “Pop” Warner, Ray Morrison and Wayne Hardin) and two men’s basketball coaches (Harry Litwack and John Chaney) have been enshrined in their sports’ respective national halls of fame. • Temple’s athletic teams play in some of the top venues in the area, including Lincoln Financial Field, one of the NFL’s premier stadiums and home of the Temple Owls football program. Men’s basketball has one the region’s top arenas in the Liacouras Center with women’s basketball hosting competition at McGonigle Hall, which also is the home of fencing, women’s gymnastics and volleyball. The Temple Sports Complex, which opened its doors in 2016, is home to field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and track as well as men’s and women’s soccer. Men’s crew and women’s rowing also have a newly renovated home, the historic East Park Canoe House.

Fencing 8

Field Hockey 9

Football 10

Men’s Golf 12

Women’s Gymnastics 13

Women’s Lacrosse 14

Women’s Rowing 15

Men’s Soccer 16

Women’s Soccer 17

Men’s Tennis 18

Women’s Tennis

Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field

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Volleyball 21 Individual Honors 22 Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes

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Academic Honors 27 Student-Athlete Development 32 Community Service & Outreach 34 Facilities 36 Marketing & Promotions 37 The Owl Club 39 T-Club 50


TEMPLE FANS, Another year to celebrate being a Temple Owl is in the books. And there was much to celebrate!! Our athletic teams had tremendous success on the field, highlighted by three programs earning spots in the national polls. Our student-athletes were equally stellar in the classroom with a record four earning Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards from their respective conferences. I am also proud of the way our young men and women have given back to the community, setting a record for projects and hours in service to others. Here is a quick glimpse of our major accomplishments: • Football went 10-4, won the American Athletic Conference Championship title and for the first time in school history earned a spot in the Top 25 and a bowl bid in consecutive seasons. • Women’s Basketball finished at 24-8 overall, made its ninth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament and was ranked as high as 20th in the country. • Gymnastics earned its best 10 scores in program history during the 2016-17 season, and sent its first individual qualifier, Daisy Todd, to NCAA Regionals since 2009. • Fencing cruised to a school-record 34 wins and earned a program-best national ranking of sixth. • Women’s Lacrosse had its best start in 20 years and posted a record of 13-5. • Volleyball finished the year at 22-8 (15-5 in league play) and narrowly missed the NCAA Tournament. • Men’s Soccer had another double-figure win campaign, 10-6-2, and boasted four All-Conference selections. • Men’s Crew had four boats medal at the Dad Vail Regatta. • Three Temple Football players were selected in the 2017 NFL Draft with Haason Reddick becoming the program’s fourth first round pick while women’s basketball standout Feyonda Fitzgerald was the 20th pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft. •

Owl student-athletes earned a combined GPA of 3.18 for the spring semester, marking the 11th straight semester that Temple student-athletes as a whole have achieved at least a 3.0 GPA.

Sixteen of Temple’s 19 varsity sports posted a combined semester GPA above a 3.00 with women’s cross country earning the highest recorded semester GPA in department history of 3.75.

Overall, 16 programs earned a cumulative GPA of better than 3.0, led by women’s volleyball (3.56) and men’s tennis (3.54).

Temple student-athletes posted an 88 percent Graduation Success Rate (GSR), which sets a school-record for the seventh consecutive year. Temple also posted its highest Federal Graduation Rate (71%) since 2010.

The Temple Sports Complex – home to men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, lacrosse and cross country and track, and the East Park Canoe House – home to men’s crew and women’s rowing, opened this year, providing our student-athletes with state-of-the-art new facilities to call their own.

All of these accomplishments have been made, in part, due to the generosity of our donors who again set a record for giving to Temple Athletics with an annual fundraising increase by 20 percent from the previous year. On behalf of Temple Athletics, I thank you for your support, and look forward to seeing you during the 2017-18 athletic year. GREATNESS DOESN’T QUIT.

Dr. Patrick Kraft Director of Athletics

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THE CAMPUS Founded in 1884 by Dr. Russell Conwell, Temple University is a public university that enrolls nearly 41,000 students. Temple offers disciplines in 17 schools and colleges, including professional schools such as medical, dental and law. Sitting just 1.5 miles north of Center City Philadelphia, our Main Campus is close to the arts, music, intellectual and cultural scene of the country’s sixth largest city. There are over 170,000 living alumni in the tri-state area.

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Each of our 17 schools and colleges offers an abundance of courses and majors Temple boasts more than 100 undergraduate programs on nine campuses, including locations in Rome and Japan.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL 16-16 Overall; 7-11 The American 8th in The American HEAD COACH Fran Dunphy ASSISTANT COACHES Chris Clark Aaron McKie Shawn Trice ASSISTANT TO THE HEAD COACH/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT Dave Duke DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Raheem Mapp VIDEO COORDINATOR Jake Shechtman

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Temple finished at 16-16 overall, but had a strong run early in the season with five straight wins and eight wins overall in a 10-game stretch from Nov. 20 to Dec. 22. • The Owls beat back-to-back Top 25 opponents during a five-game win streak, including claiming the NIT Season TipOff title at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Temple trailed by 18 before coming back to defeat #25 Florida State, 8986, and upset #19/17 West Virginia the following day by a score of 81-77. Florida State was later ranked as high as #6 in the AP Poll, while West Virginia went on to be ranked as high as #7. • Junior Obi Enechionyia was named the NIT Season Tip-Off MVP after notching a double-double of 22 points and 12 rebounds in the win vs. #19/17 West Virginia.

• Freshman Quinton Rose, who averaged 10.1 points per game to rank fourth on the team, was named to the 2016-17 American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team. Rose became the first all-rookie selection for the Owls since Lavoy Allen in 2007-08. • In winning its fifth straight game on Dec. 3 against Penn, Temple also earned its 200th all-time victory at the Liacouras Center. The Owls have posted a 206-69 (.749) record at the arena since it opened in 1997. • With 9.0 three-pointers made per game, Temple set a school record for a single season and led all teams in the American Athletic Conference. The Owls made a season-high 12 three-pointers on three occasions. • In a 72-60 win at USF to close out the regular season, Temple swiped a seasonhigh 16 steals, the most for the program since a 19-steal effort in a win vs. UMass at home on Feb. 26, 2003. • Sophomore Shizz Alston, Jr. led Temple with 13.9 points per game, 4.1 assists per game and 1.7 steals per game, becoming the first sophomore to lead the Owls in all three categories since Mark Macon in 1988-89. • Alston did not miss a single free throw from Dec. 28 through to the end of the season, making 28-of-28 from the line in that stretch and 66-of-76 overall to tie for sixth all-time at Temple in a single season. • The Owls faced nationally ranked opponents a total of six times in 2016-17, going 2-4 in those contests. Temple has now defeated at least one Top 25 team for 10 straight seasons. 3


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 24-8 Overall; 13-3 The American 2nd in The American HEAD COACH Tonya Cardoza ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Way Veney ASSISTANT COACHES Willnett Crockett CJ Jones DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Tyonna Williams VIDEO COORDINATOR James Spinelli

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Temple women’s basketball went 24-8 overall, and 13-3 in The American. • The Owls earned the first NCAA bid for the program since 2011. • Temple recorded its best winning percentage in conference play since joining the American Athletic Conference. • The Owls finished second in conference play, behind only defending NCAA Champion, UConn. • As a team, the Owls notched their bestever RPI of 18 (at the end of regular season play). • Temple finished with a final RPI of 25.

• The Owls were ranked nationally for five weeks of the season, and for the first time since 2005-06. • Temple swept through the Philadelphia Big 5, taking the title with a 4-0 record. • The Big 5 Championship was the first for the Owls since the 2010-11 season. • During the season, the Owls beat two nationally-ranked teams (#16/17 DePaul, #20/21 USF). • Head coach Tonya Cardoza was named one of 10 WBCA National Coach of the Year finalists. • Cardoza was the American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, alongside UConn’s Geno Auriemma. • Cardoza was also named the Philadelphia Big 5 Coach of the Year. • Cardoza became the program’s all-time winningest coach and now has 188 total wins. • Senior Feyonda Fitzgerald was named just the fourth All-American in program history, earning honorable mention selection by the WBCA. • Fitzgerald was drafted in the second round of the 2017 WNBA draft, as the 20th overall pick.

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MEN’S CREW 8th at Dad Vail Regatta HEAD COACH Brian Perkins ASSISTANT COACHES Dan Goettner Sean McKenna Scott Waters GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACHES Jim McLaughlin Fergal Barry

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS FALL SEASON

SPRING SEASON

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Devon Teichman COACH EMERITUS Dr. Gavin R. White

Temple opened the fall racing season with four victories at the King’s Head Regatta, including a 1-2 finish in the men’s club eight event. At the Navy Day Regatta, the Owls notched three top-10 finishes, with the JV eight boat recording the top result for Temple – a fifthplace finish. At the Head of the Schuylkill, the Owls earned three medals, as the lightweight eight and freshman four took silver medals and the freshman eight nabbed bronze. Temple cleaned up at the Frostbite Regatta, earning seven victories on the day, including a gold medal in the varsity eight race where the Owls topped rival, Drexel. Also at the Frostbite, Temple swept the varsity four and varsity eight races and the freshman four and freshman eight races. The Owls closed out the fall racing season in spectacular fashion, winning seven of nine events at the 2016 Bill Braxton Memorial Regatta.

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The Temple men’s crew team celebrated the program’s 50th year in true Owl fashion – with success on the water. The Owls formally opened the East Park Canoe House as the home of Temple Rowing and Crew. The Owls had a great showing at the historic Dad Vail Regatta, grabbing four medals over two days of racing. Earning Dad Vail silver medals for Temple were the lightweight eight, the freshman eight, and the freshman four, while the varsity four nabbed bronze. Racing at the 2017 Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championships, Temple won three medals, including golds from the lightweight eight and novice eight boats, while picking up silver from the varsity eight. At the Bergen Cup City Championships, Temple finished third or higher in all five races, including winning the varsity four and freshman four races. Hosting the 35th-annual Murphy Cup Regatta, the Owls earned four medals including three gold (third varsity eight, novice eight, novice four). The Owls opened the spring in Florida, recording wins in varsity eight and second varsity eight racing at the 2017 Jacksonville Sprints.

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MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 5th in The American HEAD COACH James Snyder VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Maria Stickley GRADUATE ASSISTANT Ashley Deckert

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • As a team, the Owls placed eighth out of 19 teams at the IC4A Championships, led by Marc Steinsberger with a sixth-place finish. • Temple placed fifth out of nine teams at the American Athletic Conference Championships. • Entered the conference championships ranked 15th in the region by USTFCCCA. • Marc Steinsberger earned all-conference honors for his ninth-place finish at the conference championships. • At the Leopard Invitational, the Owls earned a second-place finish out of the seven teams. The squad was led by graduate student Marc Steinsberger and sophomore Johnathan Condly who finished the 8K in first and second places, respectively. Freshman Kevin Lapsansky contributed with a ninth-place finish.

• Temple finished 27th out of 38 teams at the 2016 Paul Short Run. • Steinsberger earned an individual title at the Rider Invitational, coming in first in the men’s 8K. • Steinsberger was named American Athletic Conference Male Runner of the Week in Spetember. • Temple took third place overall at the Big 5 Invitational, with Steinsberger placing sixth followed by Lapsansky in 14th and Condly in 15th. • The Owls finished second as a team at the Duquesne Duals to open the season with two runners in the top 10. Freshmen Zach Seiger and Lapsansky finished eighth and ninth, respectively.

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WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 8th in The American HEAD COACH James Snyder VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Maria Stickley GRADUATE ASSISTANT Ashley Deckert

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • At the conference championship, two Owls took top-20 finishes. Sophomore Katie Leisher and freshman Millie Howard earned 14th and 20th, respectively. • Leisher achieved all-conference honors for her top-15 performance at the American Athletic Conference Championships. • Temple earned its first team win of the season at the Leopard Invitational led by freshman Grace Moore, Liesher, Howard, and senior Megan Schneider. The group earned first, second, fifth and eighth, respectively. • At the Jack St. Clair Invitational, the Owls earned a team finish of fourth out of 17 teams led by graduate transfer Emily Nist. Nist finished 10th overall.

• Three Owls earned top-10 finishes at the Big 5 Invitational. Moore, Leisher, and Howard took fifth, sixth, and 10th places, respectively. Temple finished third overall. • The Owls opened the season at the Duquesne Duals and earned second place out of the seven teams. Moore and Leisher finished second and fourth, respectively out of 81 total participants.

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FENCING 34-9 Overall 1st in the NIWFA HEAD COACH Nikki Franke ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Josh Herring VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Margo Szabunia DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Erica Szpynda

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Temple finished 34-9 overall in dual meets, setting a program record for wins in a season and surpassing the previous record by six (28 wins in 2013-14). • Temple set new program records for wins in all three weapons in addition to the overall team record. • The Owls earned a program-high ranking of sixth in the College Fencing 360 Coaches Poll on March 10. They finished the season tied for eighth in the poll. • Junior Safa Ibrahim earned the first AllAmerica honor for the program since the 2014 season, finishing ninth in epee at the NCAA Championships to be recognized as honorable mention AllAmerica. • Temple had two individuals earn NCAA Championship berths, Ibrahim and freshman Kerry Plunkett (sabre) who finished 19th. • The Owls had the maximum 12 fencers compete at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional, and had seven semifinalists including four finalists at the meet. • The program captured its 21st straight NIWFA Championship title in early March, winning not only the overall team trophy but also squad trophies in foil and epee as well as an individual title for freshman Kennedy Lovelace in foil. • Five Owls earned All-NIWFA honors. Lovelace, sophomore Auset Muhammad, sophomore Ally Micek and senior Victoria Suber all earned NIWFA First Team honors, while sophomore Fiona Fong earned All-NIWFA Second Team honors.

• Temple defeated top-ranked and previously undefeated Princeton at its own Temple Invitational in late February, while also upsetting fourth-ranked Penn and finishing 4-1 overall. • The Owls won a program-record 11 matches at the Northwestern Duals on Feb. 4-5, finishing at 11-1 overall and beating both No. 4 Ohio State and No. 9 Northwestern. • Freshman Malia Hee finished the dual meet season at 70-13 overall, setting a sabre program record for wins in a single season, breaking the previous record set by All-American Kamali Thompson (55 wins in 2010-11). • Lovelace also set a program record for single season wins in foil, going 77-37 overall. The previous record had stood for over 20 years, set by Jennie Salmon in 1993-94 (71 wins). • In early January, Plunkett tied for third among 143 competitors in junior women’s sabre at the North American Cup (NAC). • Hee won an individual title at the Penn State Garret Open on Nov. 19, leading four top-10 finishers for the Owls including Plunkett who tied for third in sabre. • Temple had 10 finalists at the 37th annual Temple Open on Oct. 29, g runner-up foilist Lovelace in her debut as an Owl. • Ibrahim was named the Under Armour OwlSports.com Athlete of the Week on March 27. Plunkett earned the same honor on Feb. 27 as did Hee on Feb. 6.

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FIELD HOCKEY 7-12 Overall; 3-4 BIG EAST t-4th in the BIG EAST HEAD COACH Marybeth Freeman ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Roz Ellis ASSISTANT COACH Katie Gerzabek VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Chrissy Davidson DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Carissa Vittese

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Temple made its 14th straight appearance in a conference tournament, falling in the BIG EAST semifinals to eventual champion and No. 4 UConn. • Senior Paige Gross was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team after scoring a goal against the Huskies in the semifinal contest. • The Owls upset nationally ranked Old Dominion for a second year in a row, defeating the 13th-ranked Monarchs 2-1 in overtime at home on Oct. 7. • Temple’s win against ODU was its fourth straight in a streak that started with a 3-2 overtime win at Sacred Heart on Sept. 25. • Gross was named to the NFHCA AllRegion Second Team. • Gross and junior Rachael Mueller were both named to the BIG EAST Second Team.

• Freshman Maddie Lilliock started every game in goal for the Owls, and was named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week on Sept. 19. • As a team, Temple finished the season with 17 defensive saves to rank second among all teams in NCAA Division I. Freshman Becky Gerhart recorded nine defensive saves to rank third in the nation individually. • The Owls’ 7.74 saves per game ranked 12th in NCAA Division I. • Temple earned five BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll selections throughout the 2016 season, including honors for freshman Maddie Merton, freshman Maddie Lilliock, junior Rachael Mueller and senior Katie Foran. • Mueller was the team’s leader with 10 goals for 20 total points, while Merton scored six goals and added two assists for 14 total points. Seven players scored multiple goals over the course of the season. • Redshirt junior Sarah Keer tallied six assists to lead the team. • Overall, Temple finished with a record of 7-12 and a BIG EAST mark of 3-4. • The Owls won six games on Howarth Field at their brand-new facility,and went 3-1 in BIG EAST play on their home turf.

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FOOTBALL 10-4 Overall; 6-1 The American East Division Champions American Athletic Conference Champions HEAD COACH Matt Rhule ASSISTANT COACHES Ed Foley Phil Snow Glenn Thomas Francis Brown George DeLeone Frisman Jackson Elijah Robinson Mike Siravo Chris Wiesehan GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACHES Reggie Garrett Omar Hales John Loughery DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Scott Wallace

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Won the Conference Championship Game 34-10 over #19 Navy. • First Conference Championship Game win in school history and only second conference championship ever – Temple finished first in the Middle Atlantic Conference in 1967. • Won a school record 10 games for just the third time and the 20 wins from 201516 is the best two-year total in school history. • Won seven straight games after starting the season 3-3. • Finished #24 in the College Football Playoff final ranking. • Played in a bowl game in consecutive seasons for the first time ever. • Bowl eligible for third year in a row and sixth time in last eight seasons. • One of just 13 schools with 10+ wins in each of the past two seasons and one of just five (Alabama, Clemson, San Diego State, Western Kentucky) to pair that feat with an appearance in its conference championship game. • With the win over #19 Navy, Temple has now beaten a ranked opponent in each of the past three seasons.

• Temple played the season with 11 graduates on the roster (third best in the country). Counting December graduates, the total increased to 25 for the bowl season which was more than any other bowl participant. • Class of 2016 tied for third all-time with 28 total victories. • 6-1 home record at Lincoln Financial Field. Most wins at home in one season. • Nine players earned All-American Athletic Conference recognition: OL Dion Dawkins and DL Haason Reddick (first team), K Aaron Boumerhi, DB Sean Chandler, DL Praise Martin-Oguike, RB Jahad Thomas, LB Avery Williams (second team), and LB Stephaun Marshall, TE Colin Thompson (honorable mention). Reddick was a unanimous selection. • Defense ranked third nationally in yards per game (282.5), third in pass defense (152.1), fifth in three-and-out percentage (40.6), 11th in scoring defense (18.4), 19th in sacks (37), 21st in third down defense (34.7), and 25th in rushing defense (130.1).

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Jeremy Scott Kevin Kroboth Pat Boyle

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• Posted back-to-back road game shutouts (21-0 at UConn, 31-0 at Tulane) for the first time since 1925. • Recorded three shutouts in a season for the first time since 1945. • Offense set school record with 5,790 yards of total offense and 453 points. • Jahad Thomas and Ryquell Armstead were the only pair of running backs from one team to rush for 900+ yards and 13+ touchdowns. • QB Phillip Walker capped his outstanding career being named Most Outstanding Player of the American Athletic Conference Championship Game. He finished as the school’s all-time leader in passing attempts (1,458), completions (830), yards (10,668), touchdowns (74), total offense (11,431), wins by a QB (28), and consecutive starts (47; also the longest active streak in the nation). He

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was the first QB to ever lead Temple to two bowl games. RB Jahad Thomas finished among the all-time best Owls’ running backs despite playing the position just over two seasons. He finished sixth all-time with 2,599 rushing yards, third all-time with 4,743 total yards, and third in both overall touchdowns (39) and rushing touchdowns (30). He scored a pair of touchdowns in each of his first six games of the season which is a school record. He came within two yards of becoming the first Owl ever to gain 1000+ yards in both rushing and receiving (998). Reddick was a breakout star who went from walk-on to high NFL draft choice. A former cornerback who moved to linebacker and then defensive line, Reddick was a unanimous all-conference selection after rewriting the AAC record book. Reddick’s breakout game was a Thursday night affair at Memphis when he recorded a conference record-tying 5.0 tackles-for-loss. He finished the season with a record 22.5 TFLs giving him 46.0 in his career which is the second best AAC total. His season total tied Dan Klecko for the school record and his career total is second behind Klecko. Martin-Oguike graduated second in career forced fumbles (11) among active players. DLs Avery Ellis, Sharif Finch and MartinOguike helped the Owls remain one of the best teams at blocking kicks. Temple blocked five in 2016 and its 19 over the past four years leads the nation. MartinOguike (two blocked kicks) and Ellis (two blocked punts) did most of the damage in 2017 but Martin-Oguike (five blocked kicks) and Finch (five blocked punts) are among the NCAA active leaders in

blocks. • Kickers Austin Jones and Boumerhi combined for 25 field goals on 29 tries for an average of 86.2%. That number was second nationally to Idaho for any school attempting 25-or-more field goals. Their combined 127 points ranked seventh in the nation among kickers from the same school. Jones recorded a school record 19 consecutive successful field goals before suffering an ACL injury in game six that opened the door for Boumerhi who was a true freshman walkon. • DB Delvon Randall tied for first in the conference in takeaways with three interceptions and two fumble recoveries. • TE/DE Romond Deloatch, a fifth year senior, played in all 14 games giving him 51 in his career – the most by any football player in school history. • FB Nick Sharga was named to the CoSIDA All-Academic District Team • 31 freshmen made their college debut including 13 true freshmen. • Before moving to Baylor, Matt Rhule finished his career with 28 wins as Temple’s head football coach. That tied Bruce Arians for sixth on the all-time list. He was the only coach to average 7.0 wins per season and his .549 winning percentage was fourth among those who coached at least 25 games. • Temple had 10 players sign professional football contracts, including three NFL Draft choices. Reddick was the fourth first-round selection in school history selected by the Arizona Cardinals with the 13th overall pick.

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MEN’S GOLF 9th in The American HEAD COACH Brian Quinn ASSISTANT COACH Matt Teesdale

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Won the City 6 Championship for the sixth team title in the 10-year tenure of head coach Brian Quinn. • Five top 10 team finishes including sixth place showings at Queche Club Challenge and Georgetown Intercollegiate. • Three Owls had top five finishes with redshirt freshman Erik Reisner placing second at the City 6 Championship. • Nine Owls had sub-70 rounds during the season led by sophomore Trey Wren’s 66 at the Georgetown Intercollegiate.

• Wren’s five-under 66 was a course record at The Members Club at Four Streams and tied for the fifth best round in Temple Golf history. • Wren placed fourth at the Georgetown Intercollegiate while sophomore Sam Soeth tied for fourth at the Cornell Invitational. • Wren (73.8 spr.) and redshirt sophomore John Barone (75.1 spr.) were the only two Owls on the young squad to compete in all 33 rounds during the season. The duo also turned in the top two stroke averages on the season.

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WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS 16-18 Overall; 4-5 ECAC 5th in ECAC HEAD COACH Umme Salim-Beasley ASSISTANT COACH Michael Rosso GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH Anastasia Halbig

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Posted a season-high score of 194.975 in the Owls’ regular-season finale that stands as the highest score in Temple gymnastics history. • Overall, the 2017 squad now holds the top 10 program scores of all time, sharing only one of those scores with a previous Temple squad, the top four vault totals, the sixth-highest bar total, and the third and fifth-highest beam totals. • First set a new record on January 29 at West Virginia to replace the previous top mark set in 2004 and went on reset that record five more times. • Posted the program’s first ever team score of 194.0 or above at the Owls’ dual at New Hampshire. • Finished the 2017 season ranking first in the ECAC with the highest RQS team average in school history (194.155). • Earned the highest ECAC Championships total in school history with a 193.675 and highest team bar total at the Championships with a 48.45. • Posted a new program vault record of 48.875 in the second meet of the season to later top that mark with a 49.125 on March 1. • Tallied 36 total individual scores of 9.8 or above, improving from 14 total in 2016 and just nine in 2015. • Collected 22 individual event titles including the first ever ECAC uneven bars champion in Alexa Phillip. • Posted the program’s first victory over Pittsburgh since 1995 during the Ken Anderson Memorial Invitational.

• Freshman Daisy Todd posted the program’s third-highest individual allaround score with a 39.025 at the ECAC Championships. The freshman posted seven all-around marks that sit within the program’s top-15 list and earned seven scores of 9.8 or above on bars, tying for the all-time record. • Todd became the first Owl to be selected to NCAA Regionals since 2009. The freshman competed as a bar specialist, earning 24th out of 42 with a score of 9.8. • Sahara Gipson scored the program’s first-ever 9.875 on vault at the Maryland five-meet, missing the all-time record by just .025. • Breahana Wiczkowski became the first Owl to score a 9.925 on beam at the dual against Cornell, missing the program record by just .025. The sophomore also tallied four scores of 9.8 or above on the event, tying for the all-time record. • Five Owls brought home a collective seven conference medals. o Phillip earned gold on bars. o Todd earned second in the all around, third on vault and fifth on bars o Gipson placed second on vault o Kerry Arone placed third on bars o Reagan Oliveri placed third on floor

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WOMEN’S LACROSSE 13-5 Overall; 6-3 BIG EAST 4th in the BIG EAST HEAD COACH Bonnie Rosen ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Jen Wong ASSISTANT COACH Claire Hubbard

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • The Owls made their second-straight appearance in the BIG EAST Tournament since joining the league as an associate member in 2014. • Temple lost to #2 Florida, the top seed, in the semifinals to conclude an impressive season. • With a 13-2 start, Temple tied the best start for the program since the 1997 season. The Owls finished at 13-5, tying their win total of 13 from 2016 which was then the best since 2008. • Four of Temple’s five losses came against teams ranked in the IWLCA Top 20, including two against #2 Florida. • Temple won six straight games from March 25 to April 15 before suffering a 15-5 loss to #2 Florida in its final home game on April 22. The Owls finished the season with a record of 7-1 at Howarth Field to break in their new facility. • Seniors Morgan Glassford and Brenda McDermott were both named to the IWLCA All-Region Second Team, the BIG EAST First Team and the BIG EAST AllTournament Team. Junior Nicole Latgis earned BIG EAST Second Team honors. • Temple clinched its second straight BIG EAST Tournament berth on April 15 with two games left to play in the regular season. The Owls came from behind, winning 11-10 at Vanderbilt. Temple was picked to finish fifth of 10 teams in the BIG EAST, but bettered that spot by one to earn its tournament appearance. • Temple won eight of its games by two goals or less, and won six times when tied or trailing in the final 10 minutes. • McDermott led Temple with 42 goals and 32 assists, with her assist mark tying

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for second all-time in a single season in program history. McDermott recorded 54 career assists to rank ninth all-time at Temple. Freshman goalkeeper Maryn Lowell made a career-high 17 saves at Vanderbilt, the second-most saves in the BIG EAST for the 2017 season. She was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week twice and went 10-4 in the cage overall. In the Owls’ second-to-last home game, they scored their most goals in over a year in beating new league member Butler, 19-7. McDermott notched six straight hat tricks in Temple’s six-game win streak. The first of those came in a crucial 17-16 overtime victory against Marquette on March 25 in the Owls’ BIG EAST home opener, in which she scored the OT game-winner. Three-time BIG EAST Midfielder of the Week, senior Morgan Glassford, recorded a team-best 73 draw controls to rank second all-time in a single season at Temple behind only her own mark of 78 in 2016. With 174 career draw controls, Glassford leaves Temple as the all-time leader. At Temple’s annual Celebration of Champions, lacrosse players earned three of the six major awards for female student-athletes. Brenda McDermott was named the NovaCare Comeback Student-Athlete of the Year, Brooke Williams earned the Sherwin-Williams Temple Teammates Community Service Award, and Kara Nakrasius was the recipient of the Enterprise Spirit & Sportsmanship Award.

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WOMEN’S ROWING 6th in The American HEAD COACH Rebecca Smith Grzybowski ASSISTANT COACH/RECRUITING COORDINATOR Alyssa O’Donnell GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACHES Nicole Ritchie Julia Rorer VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACHES Taylor Wasserleben Theresa Giunta

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS FALL SEASON • The Owls opened the 2016-17 season with eight top-10 finishes at the Navy Day Regatta, including a win in the freshman four race. • At the famed Head of the Charles Regatta, Temple took 19th of 39 in the eights race, while taking 32nd and 49th in a field of 59 in the fours event. • Wrapping up the fall season, Temple piled up five top-10 performances at the Head of the Schuylkill, including a bronze medal from the novice eight boat.

SPRING SEASON • The Owls formally opened the East Park Canoe House as the home of Temple Rowing. • Temple women’s rowing finished the 2016-17 season with a sixth place team finish at the American Athletic Conference Championships.

• The Owls were kept from the medal podium at the conference event, but took fourth place in both the varsity four and third varsity eight races. • At Drexel’s Kerr Cup Regatta, the Owls shined, seeing every boat grab a medal, including a silver from the varsity eight and a gold from the second varsity four. • Elsewhere at the Kerr Cup, the second varsity eight took bronze, while both novice boats grabbed silver medals. • At the City Championships, the Owls saw top three finishes in all five races, including earning gold in the second varsity four, and silver in the varsity eight, second varsity eight, varsity four, and novice eight events. • Racing against a stacked field at the 35th annual Murphy Cup Regatta, the Owls advanced to five finals on the day, coming away with a bronze medal in the novice eight race. • At the Knecht Cup, Temple advanced five boats to finals, culminating in a silver medal from the novice eight and a petite final victory from the varsity eight.

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MEN’S SOCCER 10-6-2 Overall; 2-3-2 The American 6th in The American HEAD COACH David MacWilliams ASSISTANT COACHES James Gledhill Joe Barber DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Jake Lister

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Coach MacWilliams welcomed three new supporting staff members. James Gledhill and Joe Barber were welcomed as Associate Head Coach and Assistant Coach, respectively. Former Owl Jake Lister joined the staff as a Graduate Assistant and Director of Operations. • The Owls posted their second consecutive 10-win season and seventh overall for MacWilliams. • Went unbeaten in the inaugural season at the Temple Sports Complex with a home record of 8-0-2 that saw only three goals from the opposition. • Overall, the team posted 23 goals and 20 assists for 66 total points. • The teams largest margin of victory came in a 4-0 defeat of Fairfield at home. Senior Jorge Gomez Sanchez contributed on every scoring play, adding a second career hat trick to his resume. • Earned wins over SMU and UCF for the first time in program history, topping SMU 1-0 on the road and UCF 1-0 in overtime in the final home game of the season. • The Owls’ two first-team all-conference selections were the first for the program since entry into the American Athletic Conference in 2013. • Temple opened its season going 4-0 at home including a 2-1 victory over Pittsburgh, a team they had not met since 1979. • The Owls ranked as high as No. 2 in the NSCAA East Regional Poll following their 4-0 start and received votes in the National Top 25 Poll.

• For the first time since October of 1989, Temple was able to defeat Penn State on the road, snapping a four-game losing streak in State College. • Gomez Sanchez tallied 14 goals and 3 assists to match his 2015 mark of 31 total points for the season. He now ranks in a tie for fifth all-time in career goals and fifth in single-season goals. • Gomez Sanchez’s 62 career points places him ninth in the all-time rankings. • Alex Cagle finished the season with a 0.82 goals-against average, 52 saves and 8 shutouts. His GAA ranks third alltime behind Dan Scheck (0.67 in 2013) and Patrick Hannigan (0.68 in 2003). • Cagle also sits in a tie for third all-time in career goalkeeping wins with 20. His current career GAA of 0.66 would take over the program record if maintained through his final season in 2017. • The Owls are graduating seven seniors who have collectively contributed to 32 wins and three 10-win seasons over the past four years. • Matt Mahoney concluded his career playing in every game of the past four years. Similarly, Stefan Mueller wrapped up his four years starting in all 68 matches.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER 3-16 Overall; 0-9 The American 10th in The American HEAD COACH Seamus O’Connor ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH John Byford ASSISTANT COACH Paula Jurewicz VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Jim Harner DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Gina DiTaranto

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Junior Gabriella McKeown led the team in scoring (10 points), goals (4) and tied for the lead in assists (2) with junior Elana Falcone. • Sophomore Jordan Nash led the conference in saves (120) and finished the season with a goals against average of 1.46, save percentage of .822 and three shutouts. • In all of the team’s victories, they held opponents scoreless. • The women’s soccer team played the first ever game at the Temple Sports Complex. • In the inaugural season at TSC, Temple had an average attendance of 408. • In the second game of the season, Temple dominated Delaware St., 5-0 on the road. Four different Owls scored a goal, including two from McKeown and the first career goals for freshmen Fran

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Davis and Morgan Morocco. Freshmen Jules Blank and Emily Keitel assisted on two separate goals for their first career points. Two games later, the Owls had an overtime victory against Rider on the road, 1-0. McKeown scored the gamewinning goal during the 93rd minute. Temple saw its first home victory against NJIT, as the Owls rolled over the Highlanders 2-0. Senior transfer student Cydney Niedermeyer had her first career Division I goal in the team’s win. Niedermeyer was named to the American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll on 9/19/16. Women’s soccer partnered with the field hockey team to raise money for the Go4theGoal Foundation in the fight against pediatric cancer. The teams raised over $1,700 for the cause. For the sixth consecutive year, Temple women’s soccer earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Academic Award. To qualify for the award, the team must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 or higher for the entire academic year. The team GPA was 3.51 during the time frame with 14 players named to Temple’s Director’s Honor Roll (GPA between 3.0-3.5) and 11 on the President’s Honor Roll (GPA above a 3.5). The team also had three members of the Trustee Ten, which is the top 10 athletes with the highest GPAs.

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MEN’S TENNIS 17-10 Overall; 1-4 The American 7th in The American HEAD COACH Steve Mauro ASSISTANT COACHES Frederika Girsang Monica Gorny

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • The Temple men’s tennis team went 1710 overall, including a perfect 10-0 mark in home matches. • The team finished the regular season on a four-match win streak, with its season campaign including wins over Penn State, Delaware, Rider, and Lehigh. • Head coach Steve Mauro became the winningest coach in Temple men’s tennis history with a record of 133-117, passing Andrew Sorrentino and Harvey Fleegler. • The Owls earned the #7 seed in the conference tournament, falling to #2 Tulane in the quarterfinals. • A thrilling 4-3 win at Penn State marked the Owls’ first victory over the Nittany Lions in program history. • Temple was particularly strong at the top of the line-up, led by Artem Kapshuk, Thomas Sevel, Uladzimir Dorash, and newcomer Francisco Bohorquez. • Kapshuk led the Owls with a 20-7 overall record. He posted a 12-5 dual record and played all matches in the first flight. In doubles play, he finished with an overall record of 14-10, notching a 7-2 record with partner Thomas Sevel in the first flight. • Thomas Sevel posted an overall 17-6 record in singles play. He posted a 15-5 record in dual play, going 11-2 in the third flight.

• Dorash continued his success this season, posting a 15-12 record primarily in the third flight. • Vineet Naran represented Temple at the White House for the It’s On Us Summit, as part of the It’s On Us campaign (1/6/17) and spoke at the State Capitol in Harrisburg to launch the comprehensive “It’s On Us PA” legislative package (4/18/17). • Naran also was recognized at the Celebration of Champions for winning the Enterprise Spirit and Sportsmanship Award.

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WOMEN’S TENNIS 11-13 Overall; 1-4 The American 10th in The American HEAD COACH Steve Mauro ASSISTANT COACHES Frederika Girsang Monica Gorny

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • The women’s tennis team finished its season 11-13, including a 5-1 mark in home matches. • The season included victories over Iowa State, Morgan State, Drexel, and conference foe UConn. • At the American Athletic Conference tournament, the Owls, who were seeded 10th, lost to No. 7 USF in the opening round of play. • The team was led by upperclassmen Alina Abdurakhimova, Yana Khon, Mariana Bedon and Dina Karina, all who posted double digit wins in singles. • Bedon was a force to be dealt with, as she posted a 15-8 overall singles record, going 14-3 in dual play for the season. • Abdurakhimova also posted an overall singles record of 14-12 record, going 12-6 at the first flight. For her efforts, she was named the conference’s Player of the Week for the week of 2/1. • Karina posted an 11-10 record in singles play, going 11-6 in dual play. She went 7-3 in the fourth flight. In doubles action, she posted a 12-6 record in overall play and posted a 4-0 record in the second flight with partner Abdurakhimova.

• Khon had a successful junior campaign, finishing the season with a record of 13-12 in singles play. She went 10-8 in dual action, going 4-3 in the third flight. In doubles play she went 12-13 with a 5-1 record with partner Abdurakhimova in the first flight.

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WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD INDOOR: 10th in The American OUTDOOR: 11th in The American HEAD COACH Elvis Forde ASSISTANT COACH (CROSS COUNTRY/ DISTANCE) James Snyder ASSISTANT COACH Tramaine Ellison DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Ieisha Jackson

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS INDOOR SEASON

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• Crystal Jones earned a spot on the podium at the American Athletic Conference Indoor Championships after a second-place showing and personal best score (3528) in the Pentathlon. • As a team, Temple finished 10th at the American Indoor Championships. • Millie Howard set a new school record in the 1000m race at the Artie O’Connor Invitational (2:52.02). • As a team, Temple finished 3rd of 19 at the Artie O’Connor Invite. • Howard earned Owlsports.com/Under Armour Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 12 for her first-place finish and personal best mark at the Seahawk Shootout in her first 1600m race in the U.S.

• Howard earned the bronze in the 800m race at the American Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships. The freshman finished 3rd overall with a time of 2:08.32. • A relay team of Howard, Grace Moore, Kenya Gaston, and Katie Pinson set a new school record in the distance medley relay at the 123rd Penn Relays with a time of 11:42.6. • Moore broke the school record in the 3000m steeplechase at the Larry Ellis Invitational with a time of 10:41.68. • Moore was named Owlsports.com/Under Armour Athlete of the Week for the week of April 24.

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VOLLEYBALL 22-8 Overall; 15-5 The American 3rd in The American HEAD COACH Bakeer Ganesharatnam ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH/RECRUITING COORDINATOR Akiko Hatakeyama ASSISTANT COACH Ren Cefra VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Yuko Sano DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Christian Kiselica

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2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • Temple finished 22-8 overall, with a 15-5 mark in The American (3rd). • The Owls reached the 20-win milestone for the third time in the last three seasons. • Temple defeated every conference team at least once during the season, the only team in The American to accomplish that feat. • The Owls finished the season ranked #47 in NCAA RPI, the best finish for the program since the 2002 season. • Three members of the team earned American Athletic Conference honors, first-team selections, juniors Irem Asci and Izzy Rapacz, and second-team selection, Kirsten Overton.

• Junior Kyra Coundourides was named a third-team CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican, just the 26th student-athlete in Temple history to accomplish that feat. • Temple won the Big 5 Tournament, as the Owls topped Villanova (3-0), La Salle (3-1), and Penn (3-0). • Sophomore Mia Heirakuji was named Philadelphia Big 5 MVP, and senior Tyler Davis earned All-Tournament honors. • The Philadelphia Big 5 Tournament victory coincided with the 100th win of Head Coach Bakeer Ganesharatnam’s career. • Temple went 2-0 to win the Temple Invitational the first weekend of the season, defeating Northern Arizona (3-1) and Hampton (3-0). • Rapacz was named Temple Invitational MVP, while Asci and Coundourides earned All-Tournament honors. • The Owls finished second at the Cherry and White Challenge, with Overton and Asci earning All-Tournament nods.

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HONORS Led by its American Athletic Conference Championship football team, the Temple University Athletics Department boasted huge successes in 2016-17. In addition to its championship game victory over Navy, the football team recorded a pair of program firsts- making back-to-back bowl game appearances and earning a national ranking for the second straight year. The women’s basketball team had a banner year, returning to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in six years and finishing at 24-8 overall with a second-place finish in The American. Individually, senior Feyonda Fitzgerald was named honorable mention All-America by the WBCA, with head coach Tonya Cardoza being named The American’s coCoach of the Year and being a finalist for National Coach of the Year. Temple fencing also earned an honorable mention All-America honor by junior Safa Ibrahim, and the team posted a program-record 34 wins on its way to a 21st-straight NIWFA Championship. The Owls’ gymnastics team earned its best-ever ECAC Championships score, with the program recording its 10 best all-time scores this past year. Head coach Umme Salim-Beasley has helped turn the program around in just two seasons, and was named the Northeast Regional Co-Coach of the Year, while freshman Daisy Todd was the Owls’ first individual qualifier to NCAA Regionals since 2009. Temple student-athletes also continued to shine where it matters most- in the classroom. Sixty-nine percent of student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 GPA in the spring, setting a Temple Athletics record. Another record was set with seven teams earning public recognition for their Academic Performance Rate (APR) data. 22

MEN’S BASKETBALL SHIZZ ALSTON, JR. Philadelphia Big 5 Most Improved Player Philadelphia All-Big 5 First Team

OBI ENECHIONYIA Philadelphia All-Big 5 Second Team

QUINTON ROSE American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team

FEYONDA FITZGERALD WBCA Honorable Mention All-American WBCA All-Region Philadelphia Big 5 Player of the Year American Athletic Conference First Team American Athletic Conference All-Championship Team ESPNW National Player of the Week (December 19)

DONNAIZHA FOUNTAIN American Athletic Conference Second Team Philadelphia All-Big 5 Second Team

MEN’S CREW TYLER BALDO Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TONYA CARDOZA American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Philadelphia Big 5 Coach of the Year

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY MARC STEINSBERGER All-American Athletic Conference

TANAYA ATKINSON American Athletic Conference Sixth Player of the Year

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY KATIE LEISHER All-American Athletic Conference

ALLIYA BUTTS American Athletic Conference Second Team First Team Philadelphia Big 5

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FENCING QUINN DUWELIUS

KERRY PLUNKETT

DION DAWKINS

NCAA Championships participant (sabre)

American Athletic Conference First Team

VICTORIA SUBER

STEPHAUN MARSHALL

NIWFA First Team

American Athletic Conference Honorable Mention

Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

FIONA FONG NIWFA Second Team

SAFA IBRAHIM

FIELD HOCKEY PAIGE GROSS

Honorable Mention All-American NCAA Championships participant (Epee)

PRAISE MARTIN-OGUIKE American Athletic Conference Second Team

NFHCA All-Region Second Team BIG EAST Second Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team

HAASON REDDICK American Athletic Conference First Team

KENNEDY LOVELACE

RACHAEL MUELLER

NIWFA First Team

BIG EAST Second Team

JAHAD THOMAS American Athletic Conference Second Team

AUSET MUHAMMAD NIWFA First Team

FOOTBALL AARON BOUMERHI American Athletic Conference Second Team

COLIN THOMPSON American Athletic Conference Honorable Mention

ALLY MICEK NIWFA First Team

SEAN CHANDLER American Athletic Conference Second Team

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PHILLIP WALKER American Athletic Conference Championship Game Most Outstanding Player

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KRISSY GALLIVAN

JORGE GOMEZ SANCHEZ

Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

American Athletic Conference First Team ECAC Division I All-Star First Team

MORGAN GLASSFORD

JOONAS JOKINEN

IWLCA All-Region Second Team BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team

American Athletic Conference Second Team American Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete Sport Excellence Award Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

NICOLE LATGIS

ALBERT MORENO

BIG EAST Second Team

American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team

BRENDA McDERMOTT

CARLOS MOROS GRACIA

IWLCA All-Region Second Team BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

American Athletic Conference First Team ECAC Division I All-Star Honorable Mention

AVERY WILLIAMS American Athletic Conference Second Team

WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS UMME SALIM-BEASLEY Co-Northeast Regional Coach of the Year

ALEXA PHILLIP ECAC Conference Bars Champion

DAISY TODD NCAA Regional participant (bars) ECAC Conference Co-Rookie of the Year

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WOMEN’S TENNIS

EMILIE MEHLER

ALINA ABDURAKHIMOVA

American Athletic Conference Second Team

Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

LEA MILLIO American Athletic Conference First Team American Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete Sport Excellence Award Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team

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WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD MILLIE HOWARD American Athletic Conference Outdoor All-Conference (800m)

CRYSTAL JONES American Athletic Conference Indoor All-Conference (Pentathlon)

VOLLEYBALL IREM ASCI American Athletic Conference First Team

KYRA COUNDOURIDES CoSIDA Academic All-American

KIRSTEN OVERTON American Athletic Conference Second Team

IZZY RAPACZ American Athletic Conference First Team

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RESNICK ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES 2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS SENIOR DIRECTOR Justin Miller

SENIOR ADVISOR Nick Plack (WT&F, MXC, WXC, MGolf, MTen, WTen, VB) ADVISOR II AND TUTOR COORDINATOR Sarah Pergine (MCrew, WLax, MSoc) ADVISOR I Irie Dennis (WBB, WRow) Emily DeRatt (FB, WGym) Da’Mon Merkerson (FB, Fen) Reid Vanderlinden (FB) SENIOR LEARNING SPECIALIST Paris Williams LEARNING SPECIALIST Kate Cappetta ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Cheryl Cummings

A record seven Temple athletic teams received public recognition from the NCAA for earning a multi-year APR score in the top 10% of all teams: Men’s tennis was recognized for the fourth straight year while women’s tennis and men’s cross country garnered the honor for a second year in a row. Men’s and women’s basketball, women’s cross country and women’s soccer were also honored by the NCAA. Temple’s seven teams ranks 13th in the nation and Temple is only one of five institutions in the nation to have received this recognition for both its men’s and women’s basketball programs.

Temple’s record 991 average APR score is ranked 12th amongst all FBS institutions and highest of all full members of the American Athletic Conference: 1. Stanford 2. Northwestern 3. Notre Dame 4. Rice 5. Vanderbilt 6. Navy* 7. Duke 8. Michigan 9. Minnesota 10. UAB 11. Boston College 12. Temple Illinois *Football only

Complete list of 17 FBS schools with all teams greater than or equal to 970 multiyear for 2015-2016: Duke, Miami (OH), Northwestern, Stanford, Temple, Navy, UAB, Florida, Louisville, Michigan, Nebraska, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest

Eleven Temple University athletic programs had perfect 1,000 APR scores for the 2015-16 academic year, marking the fifth consecutive academic year with 10 or more perfect scores.

11 PERFECT SINGLE YEAR SCORES •

Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country, Women’s Cross Country, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Women’s Fencing, Women’s Gymnastics, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball

Average American Conference APR (Temple Sponsored Sports only):

Temple.......................................................................... 992** UConn................................................................................. 988 Cincinnati........................................................................... 985 Tulane................................................................................. 984 USF...................................................................................... 979 UCF..................................................................................... 979 Memphis............................................................................. 978 Houston.............................................................................. 976 Tulsa.................................................................................... 976 SMU..................................................................................... 974 East Carolina..................................................................... 973

Sport Conference Rankings:

Sport..................................... Conf. Rank.....................Score Football........................................... 5................................972* Field Hockey.................................. 4.................................. 997 Men’s Basketball........................... 2..................................990 Men’s Cross Country.....................1................................ 1000 Men’s Golf...................................... 4...................................991 Men’s Soccer................................. 3.................................. 980 Men’s Tennis...................................1................................ 1000 Women’s Basketball......................1................................ 1000 Women’s Cross Country...............1................................ 1000 Women’s Fencing......................... 7.................................. 974 Women’s Gymnastics................... 4.................................. 984 Women’s Lacrosse........................ 3.................................. 998 Women’s Rowing...........................1.................................. 994 Women’s Soccer............................1................................ 1000 Women’s Tennis.............................1................................ 1000 Women’s Track & Field............... 10..................................977 Volleyball........................................ 5.................................990 * Temple football again remains one of two schools (Purdue University) in the country whose APR has never declined since APR was implemented in 2004.

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SPRING 2017 ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS: • 3.18 Departmental combined semester Grade Point Average • 11th consecutive semester GPA 3.0 or greater • 5th consecutive semester GPA 3.1+ • A record 69.3% of all student-athletes earned a semester GPA of 3.0+ • 5th consecutive semester w/ 60% or greater • 12th consecutive semester w/ 50% or greater • 16 programs with semester GPAs 3.0+ • Led by Men’s Cross Country (3.60) and Women’s Cross Country (3.75) - which is the highest any sport GPA on record • 9 programs 3.4+ (MCC, MTE, WCC, WFH, WLA, WSO, WTK (Indoor/Outdoor), WVB) • Program record high GPAs in the following sports: • Highest on Record (Fall or Spring): Men’s Crew (3.06), Men’s Cross Country (3.60), Women’s Cross Country (3.75), Women’s Track & Field (3.44) • Highest Spring - WBB (2.92) since 2013, WGY (3.34) since 2013 • 17 programs with 50% or more of their roster with semester GPAs 3.0+ • Lead by Men’s Cross Country (91%) and Field Hockey (95%) • 16 programs with cumulative GPAs 3.0+ through Spring 2017 semester • Led by Men’s Tennis (3.54) and Volleyball (3.56) • 8 programs with cumulative GPAs 3.4+ (MCC, MGO, MTE, WCC, WFH, WLA, WSO, WVB) • 8 programs improved their cumulative GPA from the Fall 2016 semester • MCC, MCR, MFB, MTE, WBB, WFH, WCC, WGYM

FALL 2016 ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS: • 3.10 Departmental combined semester Grade Point Average • 10th consecutive semester GPA 3.0 or greater • 4th consecutive semester GPA 3.1+ • 61.1% of all student-athletes earned a semester GPA of 3.0+ • 4th consecutive semester w/ 60% or greater • 11th consecutive semester w/ 50% or greater • 14 programs with semester GPAs 3.0+ • Led by Men’s Tennis (3.58) and Women’s Cross Country (3.70) • 4 programs 3.5+ (MTE, WCC, WFH, WSO) • 8 programs 3.4+ (MCC, MSO, MTE, WFH, WSO, WTK, WVB)

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• Program record high GPAs in the following sports: • Highest on Record (Fall or Spring): Men’s Soccer (3.40), Women’s Cross Country (3.70), Women’s Track & Field (3.44) • Highest Fall on Record: Men’s Cross Country (3.43), Men’s Tennis (3.58), Women’s Soccer (3.52), Field Hockey (3.56) • 13 programs with 50% or more of their roster with semester GPAs 3.0+ • Led by Men’s Tennis (100%) and Field Hockey (95%) • 14 programs with cumulative GPAs 3.0+ through Fall 2016 semester • Led by Men’s Tennis (3.46) and Volleyball (3.58) • 11 programs with cumulative GPAs 3.4+ (MCC, MGO, MSO, MTE, WCC, WCR, WFE, WFH, WLA, WSO, WTE, WTK, WVB)

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The top-10 student-athletes, based on cumulative grade point average. Student-Athlete......................Sport.............................. GPA Taylor Matsinger..................... Women’s Soccer........... 3.98 Dara Peric................................. Volleyball....................... 3.96 Evan Notaro............................. Men’s Golf....................... 3.91 Elana Falcone.......................... Women’s Soccer........... 3.89 Joonas Jokinen....................... Men’s Soccer................. 3.89 Dan White................................ Men’s Soccer................. 3.89 Mark Farley.............................. Men’s Golf...................... 3.83 Carlene Demato...................... Women’s Lacrosse........ 3.81 Nick Sharga............................. Football........................... 3.81

PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLL

Student-athletes with a 3.5 grade-point-average or higher during the academic year. Student-Athlete........................................................... Sport Tyler Baldo........................................................... Men’s Crew Rachel Barile............................................Women’s Lacrosse Nicole Barretta........................................Women’s Lacrosse Alexander Cagle.............................................. Men’s Soccer Morgan Calantoni............................................Cheerleading Jeremy Caraballo................................................ Men’s Crew Michael Chukinas............................................... Men’s Crew Brendon Creed................................................. Men’s Soccer Jessika Daniels.................................................Field Hockey Tyler Davis................................................................Volleyball Carlene Demato......................................Women’s Lacrosse Hermann Doerner............................................ Men’s Soccer Uladzimir Dorash..............................................Men’s Tennis

Nellie Doyle.......................................................Field Hockey Daniel Drewes............................................................Football Ashton Dunkley.............................Women’s Cross Country Quinn Duwelius..........................................................Fencing Juliet Esposito............................................ Women’s Soccer Benjamin Evans...................................Men’s Cross Country Francesca Fadgen....................................... Diamond Gems Elana Falcone............................................. Women’s Soccer Mark Farley............................................................ Men’s Golf Tarek Fayed...................................................... Men’s Soccer Kahleem Fong............................................................Fencing Katie Foran.........................................................Field Hockey Brooke Frankenfield.................................... Diamond Gems Kristina Gallivan......................................Women’s Lacrosse Tanner Giles-Tucker........................................ Men’s Soccer Emma Girandola.......................................... Diamond Gems Megan Gleason......................................... Women’s Rowing Robin Goetz...................................................... Men’s Soccer Caroline Grattan......................................................Volleyball Kaitlin Grisanti........................................... Women’s Rowing Danielle Guibas............................................ Diamond Gems Cara Harris........................................................Cheerleading Mia Heirakuji............................................................Volleyball John Higgins........................................................ Men’s Crew Caitlin Jackson........................................... Women’s Soccer Sydnee Jacques.............................. Women’s Track & Field Chloe Johnson..................................................Field Hockey Joonas Jokinen................................................ Men’s Soccer Artem Kapshuk..................................................Men’s Tennis Dina Karina................................................... Women’s Tennis Kristen Kemnitzer......................................................Fencing Ryan Kipp............................................................. Men’s Crew Kevin Klett......................................................... Men’s Soccer Stephanie Kolaski............................................Cheerleading Chris Kovach........................................................ Men’s Crew Nicole Latgis............................................Women’s Lacrosse Monica Lengel.............................................. Diamond Gems Stephen Leonard.......................................Men’s Basketball Grace Masino...................................................Cheerleading Taylor Matsinger........................................ Women’s Soccer Tyji Mays...............................................Men’s Cross Country Gary McCabe......................................................... Men’s Golf Katie McCoy................................................ Women’s Soccer Brenda McDermott.................................Women’s Lacrosse Gabriella McKeown................................... Women’s Soccer Emily Mehler.............................................. Women’s Rowing Alison Meszaros................................................Field Hockey Lea Millio.................................................... Women’s Rowing Vineet Naran......................................................Men’s Tennis Evan Notaro........................................................... Men’s Golf Anais Nussaume......................................... Women’s Tennis Allie Nussbaum......................................... Women’s Rowing Frank Nutile................................................................Football Danielle Ober............................................ Women’s Rowing Briana Odom......................................Women’s Gymnastics Ciara O’Sullivan......................................... Women’s Rowing Kirsten Overton.......................................................Volleyball

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Nick Patel.......................................................... Men’s Soccer Dara Peric.................................................................Volleyball Julie Petrongolo...............................................Cheerleading Paige Rachel............................................... Women’s Soccer Shane Ramdeo....................................Men’s Cross Country Gabriela Rodriguez......................... Women’s Track & Field Jenna Rosado............................................ Women’s Rowing Nicholas Sharga.........................................................Football Janine Simmons......................................................Volleyball Tai Smith........................................................ Diamond Gems Simone Stancil.............................................. Diamond Gems Filip Stipcic.........................................................Men’s Tennis Kaitlin Suzuki...........................................Women’s Lacrosse Delia Trimble............................................... Women’s Soccer Mariel Tucker............................................. Women’s Rowing Michelle Walsh..................................................Field Hockey Dan White......................................................... Men’s Soccer Breahna Wiczkowski.........................Women’s Gymnastics Jordan Wix Rauch............................................ Men’s Soccer

DIRECTOR’S HONOR ROLL

Student-athletes with a 3.0-3.49 grade-point-average during the academic year. Student-Athlete........................................................... Sport Alina Abdurakhimova................................ Women’s Tennis Joseph Adams..................................................... Men’s Crew Ernest Aflakpui...........................................Men’s Basketball Hannah Alexander..................................... Women’s Soccer Emma Alford.............................................. Women’s Rowing Olivia Allison.....................................................Cheerleading Iyanuoluwa Alonge..........................................Cheerleading India Anderson...................................Women’s Gymnastics Nicholas Apostolu.....................................................Football Dan Archibong...........................................................Football Kerry Arone.........................................Women’s Gymnastics Irem Asci...................................................................Volleyball Trevor Babin..................................................... Men’s Soccer Cristen Barnett..................................................Field Hockey John Barone.......................................................... Men’s Golf Morgan Basileo.......................................... Women’s Soccer Mariana Bedon............................................ Women’s Tennis Madison Beecher............................ Women’s Track & Field Quinn Benintende..................................Women’s Lacrosse Eric Biscoveanu.................................................Men’s Tennis Julianne Blank............................................ Women’s Soccer Reilly Bonner............................................. Women’s Rowing Aaron Boumerhi.........................................................Football Thomas Bradway.......................................................Football Chris Brignall.................................................... Men’s Soccer Zach Brown....................................................... Men’s Soccer Simone Brownlee........................... Women’s Track & Field Elaine Byerley............................................. Women’s Soccer Robert Byrne........................................................ Men’s Crew Nicholas Carbonaro........................................... Men’s Crew Dion Carmichael..............................................Cheerleading

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Cecilia Castelli............................................. Women’s Tennis Joseph Chambers................................................. Men’s Golf Simone Chapman........................... Women’s Track & Field Stephen Ching.................................................... Men’s Crew Charlotte Cimino....................................... Women’s Rowing Johnathan Condly..............................Men’s Cross Country Megan Cook.............................................. Women’s Rowing Kyra Coundourides.................................................Volleyball Tess Cremers............................................. Women’s Rowing Fran Davis................................................... Women’s Soccer Ayan De Carvalho......................................Men’s Basketball Iva Deak....................................................................Volleyball Kevin Decaesar..........................................................Football Amanda DeFelice........................................ Diamond Gems Alexandra Defuso..................................... Women’s Rowing Sylvaneta Dent............................................. Diamond Gems Sierra Derti................................................. Women’s Rowing Madison Diehl.............................................. Diamond Gems Daniel Dingle..............................................Men’s Basketball Kelcie Dolan................................................ Women’s Soccer Austin Dunn......................................................... Men’s Crew Victoria Dutille............................................ Women’s Soccer Kathryn Edgar....................................................Field Hockey Avery Ellis....................................................................Football Gia Ervin............................................................Cheerleading Yasmin Eubanks.................................Women’s Gymnastics Jaylene Everett..................................Women’s Gymnastics Vanessa Fattizzo.......................................... Diamond Gems Toni Feite..................................................... Women’s Soccer Lukas Fernandes............................................. Men’s Soccer Bobby Firth............................................................ Men’s Golf David Fitzgerald..................................Men’s Cross Country Charlotte Forman...................................... Women’s Rowing Jonny Forrest..............................................................Football Meghan Fowler......................................... Women’s Rowing Sam Franklin...............................................................Football Lizzie Frederick.......................................Women’s Lacrosse Anna Frederick........................................Women’s Lacrosse Katherine Frensley............................................. Men’s Crew Eliza Frensley............................................ Women’s Rowing Morgan Fridey................................. Women’s Gymanastics Vaughn Fulton............................................................Football Maddie Gebert........................................Women’s Lacrosse Kira Gensler.............................................Women’s Lacrosse Becky Gerhart...................................................Field Hockey Sahara Gipson....................................Women’s Gymnastics Morgan Glassford...................................Women’s Lacrosse Grace Gober.....................................................Field HOckey Taylor Gooch............................................Women’s Lacrosse Mary Gresham........................................... Women’s Rowing Erica Groomes................................. Women’s Track & Field Paige Gross........................................................Field Hockey Carla Guennewig....................................................Volleyball Mackenzie Hartrum.........................................Cheerleading Malia Hee....................................................................Fencing Phil Held................................................................. Men’s Golf Matt Hennessy...........................................................Football

Alyssa Heron................................................ Diamond Gems Lauren Hill.................................................. Women’s Rowing Meghan Hoffman....................................Women’s Lacrosse Steven Hollander..............................................Men’s Tennis Kelsey Holloway........................................ Women’s Rowing Ben Holzwarth..................................................... Men’s Crew Haile Houck.............................................Women’s Lacrosse Millie Howard................................Women’s Cross Country Arielle Hunt................................................... Diamond Gems Louise Huuki.............................................. Women’s Rowing Safa Ibrahim................................................................Fencing Benson Israel..............................................................Football Ebonee Jackson.............................. Women’s Track & Field Hubert Johnson.........................................................Football Crystal Jones................................... Women’s Track & Field Rachel Kaplan............................................. Women’s Soccer Sarah Keer..........................................................Field Hockey Alexandra Keft............................................................Fencing Emily Keitel................................................. Women’s Soccer Rachel Kelley............................................. Women’s Rowing Yana Khon.................................................... Women’s Tennis Heather Kilduff.................................................Cheerleading Whitney King......................................Women’s Gymnastics Keith Kirkwood...........................................................Football Michelle Koscinski..................................Women’s Lacrosse Sam Kramer................................................................Football Veronika Kraus.................................................Cheerleading Ashley Kucera...................................................Field Hockey Hattie Kuhns......................................................Field Hockey William Kwenkeu........................................................Football Amber Lambeth......................................Women’s Lacrosse Kevin Lapsansky.................................Men’s Cross Country Jeremy Leeds...................................................... Men’s Crew Katie Leisher..................................Women’s Cross Country Corey Lerch................................................................Football Isaiah Lewis................................................Men’s Basketball Maddie Lilliock..................................................Field Hockey Trey Lowe....................................................Men’s Basketball Maryn Lowell...........................................Women’s Lacrosse Phillip Macneal.................................................... Men’s Crew Aya Mahgoub.....................................Women’s Gymnastics Matt Mahoney.................................................. Men’s Soccer Safiya Martin.........................................Women’s Basketball Florian Mayer.....................................................Men’s Tennis Dominique Mazzone................................... Diamond Gems Jimmia McCluskey.......................... Women’s Track & Field Dylan McCreavy.................................................. Men’s Crew George McGee................................................. Men’s Soccer Kelly McGee............................................... Women’s Rowing Kerianne McGee....................................... Women’s Rowing Kerri McGinley............................................ Women’s Soccer Sarah McGlinn............................................ Women’s Soccer Brendan McGowan....................................................Football Takora McIntyre...................................Women’s Basketball Donovan Mears...................................Men’s Cross Country Bria Merriman............................................... Diamond Gems Maddie Merton..................................................Field Hockey

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS


Zachary Mesday.........................................................Football Sarah Metts.......................................................Cheerleading Ally Micek....................................................................Fencing Kelsey Millets....................................................Cheerleading Eric Mitchell......................................................Cheerleading Alexis Mongiello...............................................Cheerleading Grace Moore..................................Women’s Cross Country Albert Moreno.................................................. Men’s Soccer Morgan Morocco........................................ Women’s Soccer Rachael Mueller................................................Field Hockey Stefan Mueller.................................................. Men’s Soccer Claudia Murtha............................................. Diamond Gems Christopher Myarick..................................................Football Kara Nakrasius........................................Women’s Lacrosse Jordan Nash............................................... Women’s Soccer Lena Niang............................................Women’s Basketball Cydney Niedermeyer................................ Women’s Soccer Domenic Nigrelli........................................................Football Emily Nist........................................Women’s Cross Country Caitlin O’Brien...............................Women’s Cross Country Jake O’Donnell...........................................................Football Blessing Olaode.........................................................Fencing Nicholas Olimpo.................................................. Men’s Crew Reagan Oliveri....................................Women’s Gymnastics Thomas O’Shaughnessy................................... Men’s Crew James O’Toole..................................................... Men’s Crew Allyson Palutis.............................................. Diamond Gems Summer Pannizzo..................................... Women’s Rowing Rachel Petrosino....................................... Women’s Rowing Reona Pettway................................ Women’s Track & Field Katie Pinson...................................Women’s Cross Country Kerry Plunkett.............................................................Fencing Lacey Powell............................................... Women’s Soccer Allie Rainey................................................ Women’s Rowing Izabella Rapacz.......................................................Volleyball Adam Rayan......................................................Cheerleading Cortlyn Raynes................................ Women’s Track & Field Lucy Reed...........................................................Field Hockey Jeromy Reichner........................................................Football Erik Reisner............................................................ Men’s Golf Lauren Ridgeway......................................... Diamond Gems Rob Ritrovato..............................................................Football Brianna Roberts...............................................Cheerleading Cacie Rosario................................... Women’s Track & Field Quinton Rose..............................................Men’s Basketball Jazmin Rose......................................................Cheerleading Julia Ryan.................................................Women’s Lacrosse Ben Ryherd..........................................Men’s Cross Country Jorge Sanchez.................................................. Men’s Soccer Korinna Santee.................................................Cheerleading Nick Sarver........................................................ Men’s Soccer Claire Savage............................................ Women’s Rowing Sarah Scanlin............................................. Women’s Rowing Megan Schneider.........................Women’s Cross Country Jennifer Schreiber.................................... Women’s Rowing Julia Schroth.............................................. Women’s Rowing Jordan Schutter........................................... Diamond Gems

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

Alexa Sebastiano.............................................Cheerleading Ramzi Shaheen................................................ Men’s Soccer Ruth Sherrill..........................................Women’s Basketball Cassandra Skelton.................................... Women’s Soccer Mariah Slade.................................... Women’s Track & Field Julia Smith..................................................... Diamond Gems Sam Soeth.............................................................. Men’s Golf Sam Souder.......................................................Field Hockey Bionca St.Fleur................................ Women’s Track & Field Alex Starzyk................................................................Football Bailey Stauffer..................................................Cheerleading Marc Steinsberger..............................Men’s Cross Country Maris Stern.........................................................Field Hockey Connor Stevenson........................................... Men’s Soccer Andy Stewart....................................................... Men’s Crew Victoria Suber.............................................................Fencing Matt Sullivan..................................................... Men’s Soccer Katherine Tambasco................................ Women’s Rowing Austin Theuret..................................................... Men’s Crew Gordon Thomas.........................................................Football Aaron Tobin............................................................ Men’s Golf Molly Tobin.................................................. Women’s Soccer Daisy Todd..........................................Women’s Gymnastics Matt Trepanier.................................................. Men’s Soccer William Updegrove....................................................Football Hannah Vandegrift.................................................Volleyball Samuel Vecchione.............................................. Men’s Crew Katherine Waghorne................................. Women’s Soccer Benny Walls................................................................Football Brianna Waselus..............................................Cheerleading Dana Westfield........................................................Volleyball Brooke Williams......................................Women’s Lacrosse Jazmyne Williams........................... Women’s Track & Field Travon Williams..........................................................Football Taylor Wilson....................................................... Men’s Crew Sylvia Wilson.................................... Women’s Track & Field Jack Wittenstein................................................. Men’s Crew Brendan Wren..................................................... Men’s Crew Tommy Wyatt..............................................................Football Toni Yuko..................................................Women’s Lacrosse Courtney Zawodniak................................... Diamond Gems Peter Zawycky..................................................... Men’s Crew Christina Zografakis.................................... Diamond Gems

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD RECIPIENT

Joonas Jokinen................................................ Men’s Soccer Lea Millio.................................................... Women’s Rowing

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

To be eligible for the honor, a nominee must have competed in an American Athletic Conference-sponsored sport, attained a minimum grade-point-average of 3.00 for the preceding academic year, and completed a minimum of two consecutive semesters or three consecutive quarters of academic work, with a total of 18 semester or 27 quarter credits, not including remedial courses. Student-Athlete........................................................... Sport Hannah Alexander..................................... Women’s Soccer Emma Alford.............................................. Women’s Rowing Nicholas Apostolu.....................................................Football Daniel Archibong.......................................................Football Trevor Babin..................................................... Men’s Soccer John Barone.......................................................... Men’s Golf Morgan Basileo ......................................... Women’s Soccer Mariana Bedon ........................................... Women’s Tennis Madison Beecher ........................... Women’s Track & Field Eric Biscoveanu ................................................Men’s Tennis Julianne Blank ........................................... Women’s Soccer Christopher Boozer ..................................................Football Aaron Boumerhi ........................................................Football Christopher Brignall ....................................... Men’s Soccer Victoria Brooks ......................................... Women’s Rowing Simone Brownlee .......................... Women’s Track & Field Darian Bryant ............................................................Football Alliya Butts ...........................................Women’s Basketball Elaine Byerley ............................................ Women’s Soccer Alexander Cagle ............................................. Men’s Soccer Cecilia Castelli ............................................ Women’s Tennis Simone Chapman .......................... Women’s Track & Field Galina Chernykh ........................................ Women’s Tennis Charlotte Cimino ...................................... Women’s Rowing Johnathan Condly .............................Men’s Cross Country Kyra Coundourides ................................................Volleyball Brendon Creed ................................................ Men’s Soccer Kayla Cunningham ................................... Women’s Soccer Frances Davis ............................................ Women’s Soccer Tyler Davis ...............................................................Volleyball Dion Dawkins ............................................................Football Iva Deak ...................................................................Volleyball Kevin Decaesar .........................................................Football Sierra Derti ................................................ Women’s Rowing Daniel Dingle .............................................Men’s Basketball Hermann Doerner ........................................... Men’s Soccer Kelcie Dolan ............................................... Women’s Soccer Uladzimir Dorash .............................................Men’s Tennis Daniel Drewes ...........................................................Football Ashton Dunkley ...........................Women’s Cross Country Victoria Dutille ........................................... Women’s Soccer Marshall Ellick ............................................................Football Avery Ellis ...................................................................Football Juliet Esposito ........................................... Women’s Soccer Benjamin Evans .................................Men’s Cross Country

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Elana Falcone ............................................ Women’s Soccer Mark Farley ........................................................... Men’s Golf Sofia Farrell ............................................... Women’s Rowing Tarek Fayed ..................................................... Men’s Soccer Toni Feite .................................................... Women’s Soccer Lukas Fernandes ............................................ Men’s Soccer Robert Firth ........................................................... Men’s Golf David Fitzgerald .................................Men’s Cross Country David Fofi ...................................................................Football Jared Folks .................................................................Football Jonathan Forrest .......................................................Football Artrel Foster-Bell .......................................................Football Meghan Fowler ........................................ Women’s Rowing Eliza Frensley ........................................... Women’s Rowing Kenya Gaston ................................. Women’s Track & Field Tanner Giles-Tucker ....................................... Men’s Soccer Megan Gleason ........................................ Women’s Rowing Robin Goetz ..................................................... Men’s Soccer Sanchez Gomez .............................................. Men’s Soccer Attallah Goodman .......................... Women’s Track & Field Mark Grasela ................................................... Men’s Soccer Caroline Grattan ....................................................Volleyball Keion Greenhow ............................ Women’s Track & Field Kaitlin Grisanti .......................................... Women’s Rowing Carla Guennewig ...................................................Volleyball Stephanie Hartman ................................. Women’s Rowing Mia Heirakuji ...........................................................Volleyball Phillip Held ............................................................ Men’s Golf Matthew Hennessy ..................................................Football Lauren Hill ................................................. Women’s Rowing Steven Hollander .............................................Men’s Tennis Kelsey Holloway ....................................... Women’s Rowing David Hood ................................................................Football Emily Howard ...............................Women’s Cross Country Louise Huuki ............................................. Women’s Rowing Caitlin Jackson .......................................... Women’s Soccer Ebonee Jackson ............................. Women’s Track & Field Sydnee Jacques ............................. Women’s Track & Field Freddie Johnson .......................................................Football Hubert Johnson ........................................................Football Joonas Jokinen ............................................... Men’s Soccer Crystal Jones .................................. Women’s Track & Field Todd Jones .................................................................Football Rachel Kaplan ............................................ Women’s Soccer Artem Kapshuk .................................................Men’s Tennis Emily Keitel ................................................ Women’s Soccer Rachel Kelley ............................................ Women’s Rowing Emily Kiehn ............................................... Women’s Rowing Keith Kirkwood ..........................................................Football Kevin Klett ........................................................ Men’s Soccer Olga Kolodziejska .................................... Women’s Rowing Samuel Kramer ..........................................................Football Joshua Lang ..............................................................Football Kevin Lapsansky ................................Men’s Cross Country Katelynn Leisher ..........................Women’s Cross Country Stephen Leonard ......................................Men’s Basketball Corey Lerch ...............................................................Football

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Isaiah Lewis ...............................................Men’s Basketball Matthew Mahoney .......................................... Men’s Soccer Safiya Martin ........................................Women’s Basketball Taylor Matsinger ....................................... Women’s Soccer Florian Mayer ....................................................Men’s Tennis Tyji Mays ..............................................Men’s Cross Country Gary McCabe ........................................................ Men’s Golf Jimmia McCluskey ......................... Women’s Track & Field Katie McCoy ............................................... Women’s Soccer Kelly Mcgee .............................................. Women’s Rowing Kerianne McGee ...................................... Women’s Rowing Kerri McGinley ........................................... Women’s Soccer Sarah McGlinn ........................................... Women’s Soccer Brendan McGowan................................................... Football Takora McIntyre ..................................Women’s Basketball Gabriella McKeown .................................. Women’s Soccer Donovan Mears ..................................Men’s Cross Country Emily Mehler ............................................. Women’s Rowing Albert Merino ................................................... Men’s Soccer Zachary Mesday ........................................................Football Lea Millio ................................................... Women’s Rowing Grace Moore .................................Women’s Cross Country Morgan Morocco ...................................... Women’s Soccer Carlos Moros.................................................... Men’s Soccer Stefan Mueller ................................................. Men’s Soccer Christopher Myarick .................................................Football Vineet Naran ....................................................Men’s Tennis Lena Niang ...........................................Women’s Basketball Cydney Niedermeyer ............................... Women’s Soccer Domenic Nigrelli .......................................................Football Emily Nist ......................................Women’s Cross Country Evan Notaro .......................................................... Men’s Golf Ayan Nunez De Carvalho ........................Men’s Basketball Anais Nussaume ........................................ Women’s Tennis Allie Nussbaum ........................................ Women’s Rowing Francesco Nutile .......................................................Football Caitlin O’Brien ..............................Women’s Cross Country John O’Donnell .........................................................Football Danielle Ober ........................................... Women’s Rowing Ciara Osullivan ......................................... Women’s Rowing Kirsten Overton ......................................................Volleyball Anna Pansky ............................................. Women’s Rowing Nikhil Patel ....................................................... Men’s Soccer Dara Peric ................................................................Volleyball Steven Petrick ...........................................................Football Vincent Picozzi ..........................................................Football Catherine Pinson .........................Women’s Cross Country Lacey Powell .............................................. Women’s Soccer Paige Rachel .............................................. Women’s Soccer Allie Rainey ............................................... Women’s Rowing Shane Ramdeo ...................................Men’s Cross Country Izabella Rapacz ......................................................Volleyball Cortlyn Raynes ............................... Women’s Track & Field Haason Reddick ........................................................Football Jeromy Reichner .......................................................Football Erik Reisner........................................................... Men’s Golf Robert Ritrovato ........................................................Football

Averee Robinson ......................................................Football Jenna Rosado ........................................... Women’s Rowing Quinton Rose .............................................Men’s Basketball Benjamin Ryherd ...............................Men’s Cross Country Nicholas Sarver ............................................... Men’s Soccer Megan Schneider ........................Women’s Cross Country Jennifer Schreiber ................................... Women’s Rowing Julia Schroth ............................................. Women’s Rowing Zachary Seiger ...................................Men’s Cross Country Ramzi Shaheen ............................................... Men’s Soccer Nicholas Sharga ........................................................Football Ruth Sherrill .........................................Women’s Basketball Janine Simmons .....................................................Volleyball Cassandra Skelton ................................... Women’s Soccer Mariah Slade ................................... Women’s Track & Field Christopher Smith .....................................................Football Samuel Soeth ....................................................... Men’s Golf Bionca St.Fleur ............................... Women’s Track & Field William Starzyk ..........................................................Football Marc Steinsberger .............................Men’s Cross Country Connor Stevenson .......................................... Men’s Soccer Filip Stipcic ........................................................Men’s Tennis Katherine Tambasco ............................... Women’s Rowing Shantay Taylor .....................................Women’s Basketball Gordon Thomas ........................................................Football Aaron Tobin .......................................................... Men’s Golf Matthew Trepanier ......................................... Men’s Soccer Delia Trimble .............................................. Women’s Soccer Christopher Tucker ...................................................Football Mariel Tucker ............................................ Women’s Rowing William Updegrove ...................................................Football Hannah Vandegrift ................................................Volleyball Katherine Waghorne................................. Women’s Soccer Benjamin Walls ..........................................................Football Madison Weis ........................................... Women’s Rowing Dana Westfield .......................................................Volleyball Dan White ........................................................ Men’s Soccer Jazmyne Williams .......................... Women’s Track & Field Sylvia Wilson ................................... Women’s Track & Field Jordan Wix-Rauch ........................................... Men’s Soccer

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS


BIG EAST CONFERENCE TEAM ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD

Awarded to the team having the highest collective grade-point averages in each conference sport. Field Hockey

BIG EAST CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD RECIPIENT

Brenda McDermott.................................Women’s Lacrosse

BIG EAST CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

To be eligible for the honor, a nominee must have competed in an BIG EAST Conference-sponsored sport, attained a minimum grade-point-average of 3.00 for the preceding academic year, and completed a minimum of two consecutive semesters or three consecutive quarters of academic work, with a total of 18 semester or 27 quarter credits, not including remedial courses.

Molly Luderitz..........................................Women’s Lacrosse Brenda McDermott.................................Women’s Lacrosse Madison Merton................................................Field Hockey Alison Meszaros................................................Field Hockey Rachael Mueller................................................Field Hockey Kara Nakrasius........................................Women’s Lacrosse Abby Overman........................................Women’s Lacrosse Lucy Reed...........................................................Field Hockey Julia Ryan.................................................Women’s Lacrosse Samantha Souder.............................................Field Hockey Maris Stern.........................................................Field Hockey Kaitlin Suzuki...........................................Women’s Lacrosse Gabrielle Szczepanek............................Women’s Lacrosse Michelle Walsh..................................................Field Hockey Brooke Williams......................................Women’s Lacrosse Antonia Yuko...........................................Women’s Lacrosse

INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Selected by the staff of the Nancy & Donald Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes.

Alex Cagle......................................................... Men’s Soccer Lea Millio.................................................... Women’s Rowing

Student-Athlete........................................................... Sport Rachel Barile............................................Women’s Lacrosse Cristen Barnett..................................................Field Hockey Nicole Barretta........................................Women’s Lacrosse Quinn Benintende..................................Women’s Lacrosse Jessika Daniels.................................................Field Hockey Carlene Demato......................................Women’s Lacrosse Helen Doyle.......................................................Field Hockey Kathryn Edgar....................................................Field Hockey Katie Foran.........................................................Field Hockey Anna Frederick........................................Women’s Lacrosse Elizabeth Frederick.................................Women’s Lacrosse Kristina Gallivan......................................Women’s Lacrosse Madeline Gebert.....................................Women’s Lacrosse Kira Gensler.............................................Women’s Lacrosse Rebecca Gerhart...............................................Field Hockey Morgan Glassford...................................Women’s Lacrosse Grace Gober......................................................Field Hockey Taylor Gooch............................................Women’s Lacrosse Paige Gross........................................................Field Hockey Meghan Hoffman....................................Women’s Lacrosse Haile Houck.............................................Women’s Lacrosse Chloe Johnson..................................................Field Hockey Sarah Keer..........................................................Field Hockey Michelle Koscinski..................................Women’s Lacrosse Ashley Kucera...................................................Field Hockey Hattie Kuhns......................................................Field Hockey Amber Lambeth......................................Women’s Lacrosse Nicole Latgis............................................Women’s Lacrosse Madison Lilliock................................................Field Hockey Maryn Lowell...........................................Women’s Lacrosse

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

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STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT NANCY & DONALD RESNICK ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES Student-athletes at Temple face unique pressures and demanding schedules as they represent Temple in the classroom, on the field, on the court and across the country. Not only do they matriculate at an extremely diverse comprehensive learning environment, but they also compete in some of the nation’s top athletic conferences. They enjoy an active lifestyle in the world-famous city of Philadelphia. And they have the enthusiastic and dedicated support of the Nancy & Donald Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes, better known as the Resnick Center. From admission through graduation, the Resnick Center provides advising, tutoring, specialized services, assistive technology and more to all Temple University student-athletes. Every step of the way, we do everything we can to help our Temple Owls be the best students-and the best athletes- they can be.

MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES Continuing to expand on an already successful program implemented in recent years, Temple Athletics expanded its mental health resources by retaining the services of mental health professional, Dr. Annie Yocum. Similar to Dr. Cohen, Dr. Yocum provides regular, one-onone counseling services for student-athletes across all teams.

STUDENT-ATHLETE WELFARE

STUDENT-ATHLETE CAREER SERVICES In 2016-17, staff in the Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes worked to invigorate career services for student-athletes in an attempt to expose them to resources that will assist in their assimilation into the workforce after their playing careers end. Throughout an enhanced partnership with the Career Center, Karen Demmler, Career Coach, continues to work directly with student-athletes and provide on-sight career coaching sessions in the Resnick Center. Working closely with the Career Center’s Employer Partnerships Team, Temple hosted two large scale career events, where employers and student-athletes connected on campus to learn more about their value added as student-athletes and discuss various employment possibilities. Recognizing that many Owls opt to continue their education after earning their undergraduate degrees, Temple Athletics continued its partnership with KAPLAN, the leader in graduate test preparation resources, to allow student-athletes to apply for test prep courses at no cost. Fifteen student-athletes participated in GRE, GMAT, MCAT or LSAT prep courses throughout the spring semester.

VERIFIED AT THE RESNICK CENTER In order to further establish a cross-department culture of career planning and development, in the spring of 2017 the Resnick Center unveiled a branded program for its career services. The VERIFIED program was designed in partnership with Temple’s Career Center to provide concrete steps for student-athletes in their professional growth. Nearly 90 student-athletes opted in to the VERIFIED program, which after completing five tasks towards their verification, were afforded access to events, a VERFIED-branded t-shirt, business kit, and participation in the exciting “Pro Owls” social media campaign.

The program culminated with an exciting Owls of Capitol Hill experience, where student-athletes traveled to the nation’s capital for a full day of programming. The trip was coordinated by Temple Athletics and its Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes with special assistance from Kristin Dini Hernandez from Temple Government Affairs. It was a three-part excursion with the first stop at the Capitol Building to meet with Pennsylvania legislatures and Temple alums working on the Hill. House Representatives on hand to meet with the Owls were Robert Brady, Dwight Evans, Patrick Meehan, Brendan Boyle and Glenn “GT” Thompson. Student-athletes also heard an impactful message from Temple football alum and current Senior Associate Counsel and Special Advisor to the President, James Schultz. Next, the Owl student-athletes were treated to a panel at Nationals Park of Temple alumni business leaders in the D.C. area which was moderated by former women’s rower and current reporter for Politico, Ali Watkins (‘14). Panelists included Steve Charles (‘80), Executive VP/Co-Founder of immixGroup, Lise D’Andrea (‘87), former lacrosse player and current CEO/Founder of CSE, Inc., Vivien Dietz (‘66), LCSW-C, LICSW, BCD, Social Worker, Mark Levin (‘86), Director of Salary Cap and Agent Administration, NFLPA, Kia Johnson (‘86), former women’s basketball player and current producer for Reuters, and Jim Van Stone (‘94), President of Business Operations, Monumental Sports and Entertainment. The final stop on the trip was at the Under Armour Office in Baltimore where the group was able to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Owls’ Official Apparel company.

The development of Temple’s student-athletes transcends the classroom and training facilities. Temple Athletics takes a holistic approach to student-athlete welfare. From career services to programming and services addressing mental health concerns, Temple University has demonstrated a commitment to providing exceptional resources to ensure a comprehensive student-athlete experience.

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING MISSION STATEMENT To provide a combination of Strength & Speed disciplines in a safe manner that will enable Temple University to possess the strongest, fastest, and most explosive college athletes in the nation - PERIOD.

SPORTS MEDICINE VISION STATEMENT All student-athletes are entitled to the state-of-theart care that can be provided while here at Temple University. The Sports Medicine Team and the Team Physician collaborate in order to coordinate, provide and deliver the appropriate preventative services, rehabilitative services, and treatment options to each student-athlete in a professional setting. The NCAA, affiliated conferences and the University have specific guidelines that must be followed by the Athletics Department, team physicians, athletic trainers, coaches, and student-athletes. It is the goal of the Sports Medicine Team to keep each student-athlete safe, healthy, and injury-free. In the event of an injury or illness, the Sports Medicine Team will provide quality medical care that enables the student-athlete to return to full participation in not only the sports world but also the classroom.

METHODOLOGY Temple University Strength & Conditioning Department’s goal is to enhance athletic performance through 6 components: strength training, power and explosion development, flexibility, speed & agility training, core training, and nutrition; combined with injury prevention, increased confidence and a positive self image. Our purpose is to train athletes for their maximal performance in athletic competition. The role of this department is to put to action the highest level of education and resources needed to maintain the optimal level of competition for each individual athlete. The foundation of Owl Strength & Conditioning is based on the tenets of Accountability, Consistency, Organi-zation, Competition, Education, and Atttitude. We utilize Team-Based Training because having teams lift together provides another opportunity to develop chemistry, teamwork, leadership skills, and a competitive environment that will carry over to the field of play. We want to cultivate an atmosphere where the athlete is constantly provided feedback and can evaluate him/herself for weaknesses and able to put in the extra work to correct or modify any deficiencies in order to develop better athleticism for their particular sport.

MISSION STATEMENT As a highly motivated team of professionals, we strive to provide an excellent standard of care to all our Temple student-athletes, who compete at the highest level of intercollegiate athletic competition, and in doing so aid in developing outstanding leadership experiences for our Temple Owls. Through sound medical and rehabilitative principles, excellent care, and proper consideration given to both the personal and team goals of each student-athlete, this goal can be achieved.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE & OUTREACH COMMUNITY SERVICE The office of Compliance and Student-Athlete Affairs facilitates numerous community outreach programs for student-athletes. This effort gives Temple athletes a chance to make a difference in the local communities.

Compliance & Student-Athlete Affairs Staff ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Kristy Bannon Sromovsky ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Quinton Smith DIRECTOR Teresa Covington COORDINATOR Jessica Gray

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Cycle-For-A-Cause Dunbar First Day of School Philabundance Canned Food Drive Philabundance Hunger Relief Center Belmont Plateau Hall of Fame Classic Germantown 5K PB&J Day Ronald McDonald House Show Your Stripes Ronald McDonlad House – Meal Service Philly Girls Got Game Clinic Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention The Clothesline Project Lion’s Club Recycle Collection Chosen 300 Ministries Soup Kitchen Dunbar Basketball Surprise Soap for Hope Race for the Cure Flips for a Cure Avenue of Treats SASS Support Event Purple Stride 5k Pen Pal Program JumpStart Philadelphia Special Olympics at Villanova University – Over 250 student-athletes participated Campus Safety Holiday Party Shriner’s Holiday Decorating Philadelphia Marathon

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Peter Westbrook Foundation American Athletic Conference Basketball Media Day – Community Service Station Painting at Berean Church Cleanup at Berean Church MLK Recreation Center Alliance for Progress Charter School – vision boards Beckett Life Center – vision boards Albert M. Greenfield School Engineering Day at Meade Elementary School Read Across America Day at Meade Elementary School Stenton House – served Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving food donations at local shelters North Philadelphia Youth Clinic One Shirt, One Body Power Pong National Women and Girls in Sport Day WalkTU Duckrey School Clean Up Cradle to Crayons Be the Match Bone marrow drive Bright Hope Baptist Church Soup Kitchen Eagles Huddle Up with Autism Event Philadelphia Fire Department Athletes Helping Athletes Gradfest Fresh Grocer Three’s for Hunger Stay in School to Win Pancake Breakfast for Overbrook School for the Blind Temple University Campus Cleanup Valley Forge State Park Juanita Kidd Stout Financial Conference Book Drive at Temple University March Madness at Meade Elementary It’s On Us Pledge Drive Back on My Feet Flower’s for Katie’s Mom Habitat for Humanity Stop the R Word Campaign

TOTAL HOURS: 4,397 NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PROJECTS: 65

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“IT’S ON US” PLEDGE DAY

POWERPONG

Temple SAAC hosted the university’s first ever PowerPong tournament, an event combining an educational experience with the opportunity to support the local community while promoting safe and smart decisions in the college environment. In addition to a fundraising tournament, Temple welcomed a special guest from Mother’s Against Drunk Driving. Proceeds from the event were donated to Mother’s Against Drunk Driving.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

On March 24 student-athletes from the fencing, women’s soccer and football teams participated in a Habitat for Humanity build right in North Philadelphia. Prior to the build, the Temple athletic department, led by SAAC, helped raise $1,000 to be donated to Habitat for Humanity to help offset the cost for future Habitat builds.

DUNBAR BASKETBALL SURPRISE

Temple men’s basketball held a different type of “practice” on Monday morning, October 17, as they surprised local elementary schoolers at Dunbar Promise Academy with a pick-up game.

SASS SUPPORT EVENT

During National Coming Out Week, the student-athletes of the Temple Student-Athlete Safe Space (SASS) hosted OwlEyes for Allies, a pledge drive that encouraged students and staff to show their support for an inclusive environment. Members of the Temple Athletics community had the opportunity to sign a note of support at the Resnick Academic Support Center. SASS received a total of 174 pledges over the course of the week. Temple is a member of the founders club for the LGBT SportSafe Inclusion Program, an organization designed to help athletic leadership champion a culture of respect and inclusion. SASS hopes to bring several other initiatives to Temple.

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On Monday, April 17, Temple student-athletes joined those across all three NCAA divisions for the It’s On Us Student-Athlete Day of Action. In efforts to encourage fellow student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and the greater Temple community to take the It’s On Us Pledge, the Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) collected over 113 names during its day-long pledge drive. In the midst of Sexual Assault Awareness month, SAAC held its pledge drive in front of the Nancy and Donald Resnick Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes. SAAC representatives from each varsity sport encouraged those that stopped by the table to take the online It’s On Us Pledge and bring home an It’s On Us pledge sticker as well as a teal ribbon, the designated symbol for support of sexual assault awareness. Those who took the pledge were also given the opportunity to take pictures with Temple’s It’s On Us cutout and share with friends via social media using the Temple day of action’s custom snapchat filter.

FLOWERS FOR KATIE’S MOM

Track and field junior Katie Pinson gathered together with members of the Temple community on Sunday, April 23, to hold a planting ceremony in honor of her mother, who passed away in Spring 2015. Pinson spearheaded a campaign to raise money for Women in Transition, through the purchase and planting of flowers at Temple Sports Complex. Pinson’s mother was an avid gardener and it is Pinson’s hope that the flowers are a reminder of the importance of philanthropy and making a difference in your local community. Pinson chose to donate the profits to Women in Transition because it is within our local community and because the organization is dedicated to assisting women and children who have been victims of domestic violent, substance abuse, and poverty.

NARAN TAKES “IT’S ON US” CAMPAIGN TO CAPITOL BUILDINGS

Vineet Naran, Temple men’s tennis SAAC representative, was an invited guest to both the White House and the Pennsylvania state capitol for his work on the campaign. Naran spoke as a panelist at the It’s On Us Summit in Washington D.C. in January, as part of the It’s On Us initiative created by the White House Council on Women and Girls to raise awareness and fight against sexual assault on college campuses for both men and women. This campaign urges the public stand up against sexual assault and step away from the sidelines to be an active part of the solution. Naran’s panels included “It’s On Us Communities: Pennsylvania,” moderated by Andrea Mead, Chief of Staff to the First Lady, Office of the Governor of Pennsylvania and “Changing the Culture Through Sports,” moderated by Neil Irvin, Executive Director Men Can Stop Rape. Then Vice President Joe Biden also made a surprise guest appearance to speak to the attendees. In Harrisburg, Naran was on hand to witness Governor Tom Wolf introduce legislation surrounding sexual assault in April. Governor Wolf’s six new pieces of legislation lend a hand to the It’s On Us campaign with aims to end sexual violence on college campuses. Naran addressed the room at the State Capitol on behalf of It’s On Us and the NCAA Division I student-athletes taking part in the campaign. It’s On Us is an initiative to raise awareness and change the culture of sexual assault on college campuses. After winning this year’s NCAA Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee It’s On Us video contest, Temple SAAC aims to continue to take action on campus to address the issue and create change.

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FACILITY ENHANCEMENTS TEMPLE SPORTS COMPLEX • • • •

Completed 2016 Sports: Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, and Women’s Track and Field Permanent bleachers Locker rooms for each team in addition to locker rooms for visiting teams.

EAST PARK CANOE HOUSE • • • • • •

Completed 2017 Total Building Area: 9,260 sf Total Temple Space: 6,300 sf o Boat Bay o Lobby o Coaches Offices o Women’s and Men’s Lockers o Ergs/Team Room Total Police Marine Unit: 2,480 sf Public Toilet Rooms: 480 sf Full historic restoration

INDOOR GOLF TRAINING FACILITY • • • •

Completed 2016 6 hole putting green Driving net Lounge area

FOOTBALL WEIGHT ROOM FLOOR REPLACEMENT • Completed 2017 • PLAE • Inlaid weight drop areas • 80’ x 15’ turf section

STAR COMPLEX • • •

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Started 2016 Admin and support staff offices Indoor Field Turf 80 x 65 yard

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MARKETING & PROMOTIONS 2016-17 RECAP CAMPUS ENGAGEMENT Campus partnerships have consisted of cross-promotional opportunities with departments and organizations working towards bringing Athletics and Student Life at Temple University closer together. Utilizing the campus as our landscape, the department created engaging ways to promote all of the home games. These efforts led to a record number of Wild Cherry Pass sales for the 2016 Football season as well as attendance records at home men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey games. • Residence Life Partnership o Residence Hall Association E-mail Blasts o In-Hall Signage o Took part in a panel developing the First-Year Experience o Student-Athletes help during Move-In o Information distribution during Move-In • Sodexo Dining Services Partnership o Caf Jams o Signage in dining areas o Table top signage

o Improve the variety of food offered at Pep Rallies • New Student and Family Programs Partnership o Increase engagement during freshman and transfer orientations o Improved orientation presentation while also increasing the length of the overall presentation o Athletics was rated in the top 3 presentations by students and a favorite part of the freshman orientation process o Improved engagement surrounding Parent and Family Weekend • Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management Partnership o Continued assistance in developing the Owl Agents marketing team • Partnered with Student Activities and more than 50 student organizations such as Temple Student Government, Main Campus Program Board, Hoot-A- Thon, the Cherry Crusade, and Temple Veteran Student Association to implement cross promotional marketing campaigns including: o E-mail Blasts o Social Media promotion o Presentations at meetings o Student Organization of the Game (Football) o The Student Pledge o Homecoming Events and Golf Cart Parade o T-shirt Giveaways (Basketball) o Performances during games o Anthem Singers o Temple Made, Temple Proud video series

o Student Organization Tailgate Row o Game Watch Parties o Welcome Week and Temple Fest participation

CAMPUS MARKETING & PROMOTIONS • CherryOn Pep Rallies before each home football game • Free Student Tailgate o Includes music, DJ, body painting area, free food, and tailgate games • Cherry Out and White Out at men’s basketball games • White Out at women’s basketball, volleyball, field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and lacrosse games. • Increased visibility with more on-campus signage for all of our teams • Digital advertisements posted around campus Flyers posted in Residence Halls and the Student Center • Convocation Pep Rally • Coaches, student-athletes and Hooter “buy lunch” for students leading up to games • On-campus demonstrations by Olympic Sport teams • Caf Jams • Pop Up Pep Rallies • Dorm Raids • Tees for Tweets • Hoot Scoot • Implemented new theme days and giveaways geared towards students

GAME DAY Combining tradition and technology, the fan experience on game day - at all home events - improved during the 2016-2017 season. After the football and basketball seasons, a fan experience survey was executed. Utilizing the results from the survey, the fan experience will continue to improve during the 2017-2018 season. FOOTBALL • Experience App • Pre-game concert series • Pre-game tailgate show • The Fly In • An interactive Kids Zone • Cherry and White Spring Game o Block Party expansion o Free Student Tailgate • Creative promotional giveaways at each game • 10K cash promotions

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MEN’S BASKETBALL • Implementation of new student seating: Cherry Zone and White Zone • Club 1776 • Cherry and White Night post-event concert • Began using a professional DJ for in-game music • 10K cash promotions TEMPLE SPORTS COMPLEX • Added video boards at Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse games • Intro videos for each team GAME PRESENTATION • Interactive player video board promotions for football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, lacrosse, gymnastics and fencing • Video board live scoring during the Fencing meet

OTHER PROGRAMS • • • • •

Wise Owl Community Ticket Program Junior Owl Club Renew for Rewards Transitioned e-mail marketing system to the FanOne Platform Began using Salesforce as CRM system to increase ticket sales

SOCIAL MEDIA

OWLSTV

(Numbers from May 2016 - Present) TWITTER Account May 2016 June 2017 Growth Main 20,630 25,929 26% Football 20,514 31,214 52% Men’s Basketball 9,321 12,056 29%

OVERALL • 1,076 videos (up from 919 in 2015-16) • 776 website/social media videos (up from 693 in 2015-16) • 81 live events (down from 89 in 2015-16) 229 television/video board videos (up from 139 in 2015-16) • 5,259,612 total views (up from 3,586,448 in 2015 16) • 6,975 average views per video (up from 5,175 in 2015-16)

FACEBOOK Account Main Football Men’s Basketball

May 2016 June 2017 Growth 21,053 30,900 47% 14,568 18,543 27% 13,285 14,730 11%

INSTAGRAM Account Main Football Men’s Basketball

May 2016 June 2017 Growth 8,312 12,100 46% 9,871 14,400 46% 5,278 6,796 29%

#SkullSparks Top 25 for #SMSports visiual communication

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Website (Live) 81 live events 28,097 total views (313 average) Accounts for 0.5% of total viewership Facebook 524 videos 2,644,244 total views (5,046 average) Accounts for 50% of total viewership Twitter 535 videos 1,555,551 total views (2,907 average) Accounts for 30% of total viewership

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHOOL DAY GAME The Temple women’s basketball team, in partnership with the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Newspapers in Education Program, celebrated the 15th Annual Women’s Basketball School Day Game in February. More than 2,500 students from over 25 local schools came to the Liacouras Center to learn about the importance of community service projects while cheering on the Owls. The students got to experience a question and answer session with Head Coach Tonya Cardoza, the Elmwood Park Zoo, the American Heart Association and three Temple student-athletes. They also got to experience a hands on basketball clinic given by the assistant basketball coaches. Throughout the game, the students participated in interactive promotions and received prizes. The Owls extended their undefeated School-Day game winning streak by beating Tulsa 70-43.

BREAKDOWN BY PLATFORM Website (On-Demand) 543 videos 513,186 total views (945 average) Accounts for 10% of total viewership

Tweets featured on ESPN, NCAA.com, SB Nationa and more.

Instagram 190 videos 512,437 total views (2,697 average) Accounts for 10% of total viewership TOP TEN VIDEOS OF THE YEAR 1. Mannequin Challenge at Temple MBB - 176,371 views 2. Temple vs. UCF: The Drive - 114,820 views 3. Temple Football Preseason Hype Video - 99,582 views 4. Haason Reddick: From Walk-On to the NFL - 91,741 views 5. Tyler Matakevich Preseason Highlights - 77,539 views 6. Haason Reddick Drafted 13th By Arizona Cardinals 76,705 views 7. Temple Football: Our Fans - 67,860 views 8. Highlights: Temple Football vs. UCF - 62,841 views 9. Temple Football: Five-Alarm Workout - 60,046 views 10. Chris Myarick Awarded Scholarship - 58,165 views

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OWL CLUB OWL CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OWL CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS Harris Chernow....................................................... President Patrick Marion................................................Vice President Bill Aaronson........................................................... Secretary Amy Larovere.............................Immediate Past President OWL CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD William Barnes Dan Boyce Jason Brown Willa DeSouza Joe Domosh Jack Fatica Stephen Holcombe Cherifa Howarth Holden Hummel Ed Magil Mike Markowitz Ken Mayo Ed Plasky Frank Romanoski Chris Russell Kate Silk Steve Smith Niki Trunk Gina Whalen

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS • • •

Annual Giving fundraising grew 21%. Highest annual fundraising year in history. 75% growth over the last three years.

MISSION The Temple Owl Club provides the resources needed to enrich the lives of our student-athletes as they strive to achieve excellence in the classroom and at the highest level of competition by serving and connecting the Temple community with unparalleled experiences and tradition. We are committed to operating with integrity in the best interest of the University, the American Athletic Conference and the NCAA. Support for the Owl Club goes to enhancing the Temple Athletics Department so student-athletes can achieve success on the field of competition and in the classroom, assisting with the following: • Enhanced facilities and practice spaces • Foremost recruiting programs to attract talented athletes and coaches • Key strength and conditioning training • Advanced technologies and equipment • Funding for travel to away games and tournaments • Opportunities for community involvement and leadership development

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FACILITIES/CAPITAL PROJECTS Temple Athletics is committed to providing firstclass facilities for its 19 varsity sports. In an era when colleges and universities are striving to recruit elite student-athletes and coaches to provide the most competitive programs in the country, facilities have become a critical component of success. Building and maintaining outstanding facilities is integral to attracting and retaining top-tier talent. Facility improvements within Temple Athletics have been substantial over the last few years as evidenced by the following completed projects during the 2016-17 fiscal year. • The Temple Sports Complex, home to men’s and women’s soccer, lacrosse, field hockey and track • The newly restored East Park Canoe House, home to men’s crew and women’s rowing • New practice facility for men’s golf Other recent facilities enhancements have included: • Expansion of Edberg-Olson Hall and field turf replacement at Chodoff Field • Completion of the Pearson-McGonigle basketball practice facility • Renovated locker rooms for all varsity sports • Renovated Olympic sport weight room • Expansion of the Donald and Nancy Resnick Academic Support Center

of all future projects. To learn more about supporting a specific project, please contact the Temple Owl Club at 215-204-CLUB (2582).

OWL CLUB ANNUAL FUND The Owl Club Annual Fund provides Temple Athletics with the support to compete at a national level. Support raised for the Owl Club Annual Fund directly impacts the student-athlete experience at Temple University enhancing areas for students in the field of competition and in the classroom. Membership starts with an annual gift of $110 or more.

GRADUATE OWL CLUB The Graduate Owl Club encourages young alumni and fans under 30 years of age to enhance the Temple student-athlete experience by supporting the Owl Club with a gift of $50 or more. Support from Graduate Owl Club members helps provide the resources needed to enrich the lives of Temple student-athletes as they strive to achieve excellence in the classroom and at the highest level of competition.

The Athletics Department is constantly assessing Temple’s facilities in order to provide the best venues for our students to train and compete. Private giving through the Temple Owl Club is pivotal for the success

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TEMPLE’S LEGENDS SOCIETY The Legends Society recognizes alumni and friends of Temple University who have contributed $100,000 or more in their lifetime to support Temple Athletics. NEW MEMBERS (2016-17) Mr. Martin Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas & Carol Bunting George D. Evans, III & Marion Albertson Evans Mr. & Ms. Eddie & Trina Jones Mr. Aaron F. McKie Mr. Drew A. Katz LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT HONORS (Reached a new level in 2016-17)

Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell & Debra Sonkin Mr. Dennis J. Alter Mr. & Mrs. H.F. & Marguerite Lenfest LEGENDS SOCIETY COMMITTEE Mr. Holden Hummel Dr. Athole Jacobi Mr. Bill Rinck Mr. Robert Silk DIAMOND LEGENDS Mr. & Mrs. H.F. & Marguerite Lenfest EMERALD LEGENDS Mr. Dennis Alter Mr. Drew A. Katz PLATINUM LEGENDS Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and Christine McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Nancy Resnick Mr. George Edberg-Olson* Mrs. Ann Robinson and David Noel Goodchild GOLDEN LEGENDS Dr. Athole Jacobi Dr. Peter Chodoff* and Ms. Joan Saltzer Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Debra Sonkin Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and Audrey Merves Mr. Lewis Katz*and Mrs. Marjorie Katz*

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SILVER LEGENDS Dr. Lee Carl Mr. Aaron F. McKie Mr. and Mrs. William and Betty Rinck Mr. and Mrs. Wister and Harriet Baisch Mr. Eddie and Ms. Trina Jones Mr. John and Dr. Joan Aglialoro Mrs. Edith Dixon and Mr. Eugene Fitz-Dixon* Ms. Joan Ballots* Ms. Rose Vernick* CRYSTAL LEGENDS Dr. and Mrs. Joseph and Filomela Marshall Dr. and Mrs. Martin and Nancy Gorman Dr. Donna Kelly Dr. Gregory and Mrs. Shonna Merrick Dr. John and Mrs. Anita Stevens Dr. John Poole and Mrs. Theresa Poole* Dr. Lacy Hunt Dr. Richard Weiss and Dr. Sandra Harmon-Weiss Dr. Robert and Mrs. Wanda Praisner Dr. William Mlkvy George D. Evans, III and Marion Albertson Evans Mr and Mrs.Pat & Linda Marion Mr. Albert (Reds) Pearson* Mr. and Mrs Thomas & Carol Bunting Mr. and Mrs. Aaron and Doris Bitman Mr. and Mrs. Amy Larovere and Jim Jolman Mr. and Mrs. Andy and Ruth Ann Logue Mr. and Mrs. Barton and Elaine Greenspan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Margo Polett Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Arlene Plasky Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Roslyn Romanoski Mr. and Mrs. Greg and Cherifa Howarth Mr. and Mrs. Holden and Betsy Hummel Mr. and Mrs. John and Rose Hagopian Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Annette Kissel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Tema Merback Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Patrick and Marie O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Phil and Susan Richards Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Geraldine Fox Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Diane Gross Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Kathleen Silk Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Patricia Aglira

Mr. and Mrs. Sandy and Robin Goldfine Mr. and Mrs. Vahan and Danielle Gureghian Mr. Bart Blatstein Mr. Donald Cox Sr. Mr. Franklin J. Marx* Mr. Irwin Canter* Mr. J. William Mills III Mr. James E. Beasley* Mr. John B. Early* Mr. John P. Wilcox* Mr. John Rickert Mr. Joseph Weiss and Mrs. Sharon Pinkenson Mr. Ken Kuchenour Mr. M. Thomas Sharpe Jr. Mr. Mark Mendel* Mr. Martin Jackson Mr. Tre Johnson Mr. Warren Bieler* Mr. Wilfred Longsderff* Mr. William and Dr. Simone Paynter Mr. and Mrs.George & Marion Evans Mrs. Ann Casale and Mr. Ernest Casale* Mrs. Pat Feather and Mr. William Feather* Mrs. Patricia Reese and Mr. Dale Reese* Mrs. Vera Hutton*and Mr. Jack Hutton* Ms. Agnes Stegmuller* Ms. Emma M. Baker* Ms. Marie Timko and Mr. John Timko*

2016-17 DONOR ROLL CALL Annual gifts from our generous Owl Club members directly support the Temple Owl Club mission of providing the resources needed to enrich the lives of our student-athletes as they strive to achieve greatness in the classroom & at the highest level of competition. HALL OF FAME Mitchell I. Sonkin, Esq. and Debra Flink Sonkin Donald and Nancy Resnick Patrick and Linda Marion H. F. and Marguerite Lenfest Drew A. Katz and Rachel Katz Stanley and Audrey Merves

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NATIONAL CHAMPION Susan and Mark Brousseau Seth and Dana Goldblum Mr. Martin F. Jackson Dr. Stanley A. Lefkowitz and Debbie Kaplan Lefkowitz James M. Jolman and Amy M. Larovere Athole G. Jacobi, M.D. Danielle and Vahan Gureghian Patrick J. O’Connor, Esq. ALL-AMERICAN Dr. Leroy M. Carl Lawrence and Cathleen Keen Arthur Neil Leibowitz, M.D. and Elise C. Leibowitz Gregory Liacouras, Esq. and Leslie Smith, Esq. Mr. Phillip C. Richards John and Lynn Rickert Robert and Patricia Tarola Thomas Bunting, III and Caroline J. Bunting Jerry and Lori Solomon Arlene and Edward Plasky Jeffrey A. Reinhold and Kathie Lister Sandra R. Harmon-Weiss, M.D. and Richard C. Weiss, D.M.D. Daniel Boyce, Esq. and Shelley L. Boyce Cherifa Tassadit Nouri-Howarth and Greg Howarth Marcia and Ronald Rubin Anthony and Christine McIntyre ALL-CONFERENCE Grace T. Benson Scott A. Dietrich, M.D. and Michele Dietrich Dietrich Robert and Diane Gross Lacy H. Hunt, Ph.D. and JK Hunt Mr. Jeremy R. Irwin Mr. Kent N. Jacocks Mark and Shelly Kaplan Mr. Bernard Kiefer James and Mary Kris Malloy Mr. Ryan C. Miller Thomas F. Mitros, M.D. Mr. Ross F. Mongiardo Mr. and Mrs. Bret S. Perkins Sharon Pinkenson and Joseph H. Weiss, Esq. Donald J. Rosato, M.D. and Judy M. Rosato

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

Louis and Lynne Russo Mr. Martin J. Schroeter Jonathan and Ifat Shelon Jay L. Solnick, Esq. Alexandra Ovchinnikoff Squeri and Christopher L. Squeri Mr. Ric Sucro Greg and Diane Vogel Michael and Sue Young Michael E. Scoliere, Esq. Mr. Francis J. Dunphy Thomas R. Wilson, Esq. and Sally Wilson Frederick and Linda Gross Holden and Elizabeth Hummel Mr. Kenneth W. Wren, Jr. Arnold Glaberson, Esq. and Doris Glaberson Mr. Brian M. Quinn Willa Greenberg DeSouza, D.O., M.D. and Marc DeSouza Lisa Deem, D.M.D., Esq. and Thomas E. Deem, D.M.D. Mr. C. William Devaney Roy and Peggy Diliberto Mark Ronald Green, D.D.S. and Susan S. Green John and Lynne Ewell Michael A. Trunk, Esq. and Niki Arbittier Trunk, Esq. Frank T. Romanoski, Jr. and Roslyn S. Romanoski Leonard and Linda Jacobs Alan and Colleen Markowitz Linda and Philip Eisenstat Dean I. Weitzman, Esq. and Lisa Williams Weitzman Gina Whalen and Thomas G. Whalen, Esq. Mr. Jack Stover Holly and Timothy Coughlin H. Barton and Elaine Greenspan Kenneth and Amy Stubbolo Mr. Jed Walentas Will Sachse, Esq. Mr. M. Thomas Sharpe, Jr. William T. Olson, III and Cheryl L. Olson Mr. David A. Silverstein John S. Stevens, Jr., D.O. and Anita M. Stevens MVP Robert and Patricia Aglira Christian and Julia Altenburger Jeffrey A. Barrack, Esq. and Michelle B. Barrack Mr. Donald J. Cox, Sr.

Frank and Martha Custer Ted M. DeLapp Mr. Joseph M. Domosh Jay and Willemina Fishman Mr. Marc J. Fleischner Christine and Gary Hutton John and Mary MacDonald Jay and Traci Madara George and Lena Mayo Charles and Kimberly McGowan Shonna Rae Lyons Merrick and Gregory S. Merrick, M.D. Barry T. Nagle, Ed.D. Ann McKernan Robinson and David Noel Goodchild Christopher and Michelle Russell Beth and Randy Stauffer Ellen and Gary Theodore Raymond C. Truex, Jr., M.D. and Elizabeth L. Truex Mr. Marc Wagner Mr. Arnold M. Weiss William and Elizabeth Rinck Mr. George R. Denman Sharon and Nick Forte Lynne and Martin Rudolph Harris J. Chernow, Esq. and Amy Beth Chernow Norman Howard Kurtzman, D.D.S. Barbara and Michael Markowitz Mr. William H. Barnes Leon and Heather Worrell Donald and Nancy Albacker Erwin J. Juda, D.P.M. Jan Paula Levine, Esq. and M. Michael Zuckerman, Esq. Joseph R. Pozzuolo, Esq. and Sharyn Pozzuolo Mr. Stephen T. Smith Tilghman H. Moyer, IV and Kimberly Yost-Moyer Erin Cirillo and James M. Cirillo, Jr. William E. Aaronson, III, Ph.D. and Kathleen A. Aaronson Edward and Patricia Magill Jim and Nancy Burns Mr. Ronald J. Fioravanti Richard M. McGuckin, Sr. and Tracy McGuckin Ashton and Laura White William and Lucille Wilkinson Robert and Kathleen Silk Mr. Joseph Francis Kissel A. Richard Heffron, Esq.

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Joseph F. Rappold, M.D. Mr. Eric M. Schuler Alexandra and Philip Argyris Jeffrey B. Ettinger, M.D. Mr. Kenneth L. Ewell Barbarann and Joseph Rudy Kevin and Julie Johnson Mr. John M. Rector Jason and Joanne Brown CAPTAIN Mr. Darren M. Bader Mr. Robert A. Baiocco Carol and Michael Birchak Donna and Marc Birnbaum Allan S. Brenner, D.D.S. and Rochelle L. Brenner Mr. Frederick L. Cappello Mr. Robert A. Catelli Mr. Kevin P. Cauley Jerry and Rena Collincini Ms. Evie Coss Mr. George J. Croyden Mr. Steven Czapla Dr. Gail Cummings-Danson and Richard C. Danson Dana and Sherry Datres Mr. Joe Delmar, Sr. Nicholas and Anni Demarco Amy I. Demedio Mr. William J. Donahue James W. Fox, IV and Kathleen M. Fox James D. Gansz, Sr. and Elaine M. Gansz Ms. Maxna Germain Kathleen and Matthew Gibson Mr. Charles F. Glackin Heidi E. Grunwald Mr. Peter W. Gutsie Mr. Cyrus V. Haines Lawrence R. Hayes, Esq. Robert I. Hicks, Jr. and Praria A. Stavis-Hicks Don F. Holmes, Jr. and Courtney Holmes John P. Hughes, M.D. Thomas and Elizabeth Intoccia Christine J. Kennedy Eric Kropf Ms. Susan M. Lander

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Robert and Dawne Litterst Andy Logue, III and Ruth Ann Logue Edward T. Lowery, III Daniel and Joanne Mackowsky Mr. Edward W. Maier Dr. David Massari Stephen and Vickie Maund Mr. Harold W. Mayes Sean R. McDade, Ph.D. and Natalia McDade Ms. Mary McElroy Mr. John K. Mensch John and Ellen Mesko Mr. Robert Miller Ms. Donna M. Molinaro Mr. John C. Peterson Billie and Joseph Pierce Ms. Andrea Pilch Robert and Kathleen Pollock Philip and Beverly Prohaska Mr. Joseph R. Rettig Mr. Leonard P. Sherr Dale V. Sinker, M.D. and Monica B. Sinker Rose Ella L. Slavin and Dean Kimelheim Philip Spergel, Ed.D. and Ruth H. Spergel Joseph J. Spigel, M.D. Jonathan A. Stevens, Esq. John Tierney, Ph.D. Marc J. Weinstein, Esq. Kathy and Dennis Westhafer John A. Wetzel, Esq. and Donna C. Wetzel Anthony and Brittany Wiencek Brendan Patrick Wren Dennis and Mary Zak Andrew J. Belli, Esq. Joseph and Claire Connelly Ms. Wendi Reynolds Lorraine and Joseph Chambers Mark Andrew Farley Michelle M. Warshaw and Robert J. Firth Frederick and Susan Altenburger Angela M. Delvecchio and George A. Stuhl Laura H. Hollingsworth and Stephen M. Juers Emeline T. Hunter Rose and Wilbur Mason Michael J. Surdy, Pharm.D.

Frank and Doris Walker Scott Fitzgerald Cooper, Esq. and Karen Cooper Benjamin Stephen Jankowski, III and Brenda Bachelor Jankowski Joseph and Kristen Sewards Jeffrey B. Gittleman, Esq. Brian and Julia Forman Mr. Jonathan K. Agree Debra Litt Appel and Steven A. Appel, D.D.S. Mr. Jim Bell Nanci Atcovitz Benn and Paul M. Benn, Esq. Sally and Charles Berg Merrilee Bodzin, Esq. and Robert B. Bodzin, Esq. James and Christine Bogrette Mark and Cindy Bresani Mr. Larry Buhl Gerald A. Kean and Marlene T. Chachkin Margaret and Thomas Curran Mr. Andrew Joseph D’Amico, CFA Joseph A. Deangelis Daniel and Faye Fick Mr. Kevin M. Glass Lesley Rapp Greenspan and Norman E. Greenspan, Esq. Mr. John J. Harrison Barbara Harrington Hladik, Esq. and Stephen M. Hladik Mr. Richard C. Jackson Laurence and Rosalind Kagel Ira F. Lobis, M.D. and Cynthia Lobis Mr. William Manchester Stephen and Susan Medoff Barry M. Miller, Esq. Mr. Joseph Panikowski Tony Pimpinella Steven A. Ragland, Esq. David N. Rubin, Esq. and Jennifer B. Rubin Richard W. Foltz, Jr., Esq. and Frances Victoria Ryan, Esq. Mr. James J. Scanlan Jay David Finestone and Randy Jill Schwartz Mr. Bryan J. Seder Edward P. Senlick, Jr. and Susan B. Senlick John R. Skinkus, Ed.D. and Doris B. Skinkus Nancy Neff Solnick, Esq. and Paul B. Solnick, M.D., Esq. Gerald J. Stahler, Ph.D. and Sheri Stahler Mr. Philip M. Stefano

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Dr. Gerald H. Sterling and Helene Sterling Mr. Rich J. Weber Mr. Paul J. Wechsler, III Dr. Hans-Erik Wennberg and Linda W. Wennberg Kevin P. Wren, Sr. and Laurie E. Wren Raymond Joseph Smeriglio David and Eve Goldberg Robert and Barbara Buckanavage Thomas and Debra Dougherty Elwood Fisher, Jr. and Robin Fisher Dean and Lisa Theuret Lawrence and Gail Simon Adam and Jill Ladd Michael and Stacy Leeds Joseph and Catherine Lombardi Mr. Robert D. Tansey Terri L. Wellman and David G. Wilson Robyn and Thomas Farley Andy and Susan Rose Mr. Michael Wesley Hinnant Andrew and Kate Clapperton Ed and Doreen Brownley Brad and Barbara Johnson Lynn and Robert Centonze Andrew Grzybowski Robert and Kimberly Kearney Elliot Chas Norry, M.D. Maxwell Stepanuk, Jr., D.O. Kevin and Kathleen Stoudt Edward and Sherry Scheingold Harry and Janice Young Mr. James C. Love John M. Kevin, III and Mary Jane Namian James E. McDonough, Ph.D. Ron M. Iller, II and Lori T. Rosner-Iller Gail B. Weingarten and Marc P. Weingarten, Esq. Barbara Richman Weiss and Richard David Weiss, M.D. Ellen and W. Ross Duncan Mr. Gary W. Fredericks Mr. Donald Heller, II Robert E. Leh, Jr. and Carol A. Leh Mr. Gregory A. Martin Bruce and Joann Michalski Elliot Ramer, D.M.D. and Kathie K. Ramer Donato M. Russo and Debbie Groat

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William N. DeSio and Kathryn E. De Sio Mr. Kevin A. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Wister S. Baisch Mrs. Theresa Hondros Meyer Laurence and Connie Aaronson Ms. Gina L. Bitetti Michael G. Christiansen, D.M.D. John D. Diehl, Jr. and Kathleen Diehl Nathaniel and Paulette Goodman Frank C. Guerrini and Susan C. Guerrini, Ph.D. Ulrick and Pauline Joseph Peter and Starr Notaro John and Kim Caven Jeffrey and Marilee Barone Stephen and Evelyn Sipe Marc and Bernadette Armstrong Carolyn M. Bamberger, Esq. and Dr. Kurt Bamberger Marc Edward Batt, Esq. and Lorraine Batt Mr. Barry C. Berkowitz Kaitlyn and Tyler Breiner Steven and Anna Cameron Gerard and Katherine Campbell Thomas J. Capriotti, D.D.S. C. Donald and Kathleen Carden Joseph V. Cioffi and Kathy Halliday James and Mandy Dicker Mr. Roger Dixon Ms. Arlene J. Dowd Michael P. Eckhart, D.D.S. George D. Evans, III and Marion Albertson Evans Keith and Sherry Everett Brian and Stacey Fisher Mr. Joseph C. Fleischner Mr. Michael B. Gebhardt Dr. Amy J. Goldberg Sandy and Robin Goldfine Mr. James Guy Graham Mr. Stephen A. Holcombe Donna J. Kelly, Ph.D. David and Marnie Kelly John and Maria Cristina Kincade Ms. Donna Marie Kohut John and Lisa Kristick Bob and Nancy Logan William Mahoney

Jerome E. Marks, Esq. and Susan L. Mooney Marks Dr. Filomela Marshall and Joseph W. Marshall III, Esq. Mr. Robert J. Matty Paul and Sarah McGovern Ms. Catherine Mellon Walter and Arlene Meranze Joseph Richard Morgan, Jr. and Rita Morgan John F. Morris, Ed.D. Dr. William McKinley Morris Mr. David C. Newingham Ms. Judith L. Obrien Mr. Francis J. Pacifico Jeremy and Rachel Pavis Bernard and Patricia Prazenica Michael Herbert Schwartzbard, Esq. and Janet Schwartzbard Jeffry Z. Scott, D.D.S. and Susan Scott William and Marianne Sifer Robert and Kathleen Simpson Mr. William J. Singletary, Jr. Mr. Michael Vreeswyk Mr. Edward Foley, Jr. Mr. Brian L. Perkins Stephen E. Schell, M.D. and Mary Jean Schell Kenneth Wren, Sr. and Nancy Wren Elkan and Joan Siegal Andrew and Tamara Eiseman Morton and Elizabeth Goldfield Dr. Peter Hagis, Jr. and Jeanie Hagis Ronald and Sally Howley Mr. Stanley T. Kastrava David and Terri Kinka Dr. Ronald H. Magarick Nancy K. Maugel and Fred Silberman Dr. Warren Werbitt Laurence H. Stone, D.D.S. and Christine M. Stone Mr. David M. Nelson Matthew and Rachel Gionta Christian and Joyce Hill Jennifer and Kenneth Lawrence Mr. Thomas Nerney Keith and Christine Roussey Daniel B. Schneider, D.D.S. and Sondra N. Schneider Joseph J. Thoder, M.D. and Sheila Thoder Mr. William C. Tourtellotte

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Mr. Jeffrey Roizen Dr. Steven E. Diamond Mr. Patrick M. Kraft Mrs. Regina R. Namiotka Mrs. Ilene Glick Blatman Phillip and Suzanne Held Dr. Jeremy S. Jordan Mr. Christopher P. Kocher Ryan and Julie Colich Mr. James Joseph Doyle, Sr. James Forbes Leslie C. Scott, D.O. and William M. Scott Donna C. Melle Mr. Luke Bernstein Jerome and Norma Chaykin Mark and Kathryn Clatterbaugh Mr. Paul W. Forbes Douglas and Nancy Hayes Anna and Paul Holloway Mr. John V. Incollingo JoAnne A. Epps, Esq. and L.Harrison Jay Michael B. Leh, Esq. William and Deborah McKenna David and Jill Susson Kevin and Sheila Washington Gary Reisner Joseph G. Morelli, Ed.D. and Lisa J. Morelli Richard D. Gable, Sr. and Patricia M. Gable Jeffrey and Suzanne Thomas Mr. Joseph Nicholas Mesko Mark and Erin Chaump Debra L. Bruner, Ed.D. and Gregory Grillone Mr. John C. Polek, Jr. Darren and Monica Riddle Thomas W. Dobbins, Ph.D. Lee and Valerie Tobin Lynn C. Saligman James and Patricia Andrusko Dr. Marybeth H. Auletto and John P. Auletto Eilene W. Bassman and Robert S. Bassman, D.D.S. Robert J. Fahey, Jr. and Susan Carney Fahey Howard and Marilyn Ferguson Samuel Galasso, Jr. and Rita Amico Galasso Mr. Lee D. Green Mrs. Doris Martin Griffith

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Edna and David Hartranft Mr. Morton Hochheiser Stacy Holderbach Eric and Kathleen Mailloux John B. Rosenberg, Ed.D. Mr. Mark W. Shafer Shram D. Shukla, M.D. Mr. Richard Steinberg Mr. Jason M. Wolf Mr. John Anthony Digregorio Eleanor Englert and Dr. Richard M. Englert Mr. James M. Goldman Aaron and Doris Bitman LETTERWINNER Lewis and Ruth Abronski Mr. Aldo M. Acitelli Ms. Lauren S. Adee Ms. Joan B. Agen Kareem Ali, Sr. and Tasha N. Ali Tony Andrioli Cheryl A. Aniska and Thomas A. Aniska, Sr. Mr. Marc E. Anmuth Eric and Jennifer Appelbaum Michael and Tracy Arnold Alec and Lee Aronow Dr. Eve Atkinson Mark and Stephanie Augello Ms. Jennifer G. Azeles Daniel Backer Larry H. Bailine, Esq. and Nancy E. Bailine Herman Paul Baker, Jr. and Linda Jennatte Baker Mr. Ben Baker Dr. Patrick C. Barnes and Ann E. Barnes Perry Barse Mr. Carlos D. Bates Catherine and John Beacham Renee and Richard Benedetto Lawrence and Bridgid Berthold Ms. Jennifer Best Mr. Edward Biernacki W. Kenneth and Marie. Bishop Ms. Tara E. Blomvall Barbara and David Boardman Kenneth and Cheryl Boberick

Pierre Boumerhi Mr. Eddie A. Bowen Jennifer Bowman Mr. David R. Bright T. Chester Bright, D.D.S. Mr. Robert J. Brinchman Mr. Michael Britton Charles W. Brown, III and Lily Brown Carl Brownawell Allen M. Brownell, Sr. and Janice M. Brownell David R. Brumbaugh Robert and Dawn Bucci Vincent J. Bucolo, Jr. and Rita Bucolo Mr. Paul Kevin Bunting John R. Bunting, Jr. and Jane S. Bunting Mr. John K. Burns Stanley and Juliana Burzacki Michael and Cindy Busch Charles W. Bushar, III and Lauretta V. Bushar Donna and Robert Byers Ms. Karen S. Callaghan Mr. Robert Callaway Mr. Justin D. Campbell Mr. John Caperilla Mr. Ralph G. Caprio, III Tom and Janice Caridi Kathleen Carroll Heather Carroll Ms. Daisy Carter Ms. Alexandra Casale Edward W. Casey and Dr. Susanne P. Casey Steven J. Casper, Ph.D. Mr. Lee Castillo Michael and Sylvita Chudnoff Michael and Lydia Cice Sandra and Saul Clair C. Andrew Cliver, Esq. William and Anne Cliver Burton and Joan Cohan Theodore and Alice Cohn Ms. Sharon D. Collins Katherine Barbato and Brian Connelly Mr. Bob Cook Ed Coppolino Mr. Kevin Coyne

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Rich and Barbara Crisafulli Mr. Michael J. Cristinzio Mrs. Carol Mavromatis Crouse Mr. Jeffrey Cruciani Mr. Austin W. Culmer-Smith Mr. Thomas J. D’Alessandro, III George J. Daniel, Esq. Mr. Bradley T. Danyluk Patrick and Traci D’Arco John E. DeFinnis, D.D.S. and Janice DeFinnis Aymon DeMauro and Toni Sabia-Demauro David and Elizabeth Denicola Mr. Leigh T. Denman Mr. Nicholas G. Deramo Joseph F. DiMartino, II and Suzanne Dimartino Mr. Joseph Dos Santos Mr. Adrian C. Drones Robert Drumm Gerlad R. Dugan, Jr. Kathleen and Kevin Eckard Michael A. Edwards and Reaona E. Jones Mr. Patrick K. English Christopher B. Ernst, D.M.D. Mary Ellen Eshelman Thomas Esposito, Jr. Jack and Margaret Evans Robin and Thomas Evans Ms. Rebecca E. Fass James Fath James and Jeanne Fatigate Dianne and Jack Fein Mr. and Mrs. Marc Felgoise Dennis Filipovich Mr. James S. Fiorillo Mark H. Fisher, Esq. and Sandra B. Fisher Harriet and Jerome Fisher Dr. Nancy E. Fisher and Thomas Fisher Dr. Marshall L. Fishman Ms. Denise M Fitzpatrick Brian Flaherty Thomas and Wendy Fleming Jaime Folks Brad and Becci Ford Ms. Maura Forman Mr. Joseph H. Fortenbaugh, III

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

Lauren and Louis Fortunato Mrs. Marybeth Freeman Jeffery and Susanne Frensley Charles A. Frick, Esq. and Adele Gallatin Frick Dr. Janet M. Friedman and Michael J. Friedman Mr. John W. Fries William Fulbright Mr. Francis W. Gallagher Frank J. Gallo, Jr. and Connie L. Serra-Gallo Mr. Steven N. Garfunkel Timothy Ryan Garratt Christopher and Angela Gartland Sally A. Gaugler Mr. Eric R. Geiger Dr. Thomas C. Gibson and Mrs. Dona G. Gibson Mr. Gary Alexander Gilbert Hal I Goldberg Mr. Joel H. Goldberg Leonard Mark Goldstein, D.D.S. Mr. David J. Grabowski Eric J. Greco and Jessica Anderson Greco, Esq. Richardson and Lee Greenwood Steven and Diane Groeber Elizabeth Groff Eric and Donna Gronwaldt Shirley and Craig Grosser Mr. William T. Grubb C. Frank and Joan Gruwell Rebecca S. Grzybowski Ms. Jennifer Hagopian Mr. Jeff Hall Ms. Christena L. Hamilton Mr. Nathan M. Harper Ms. Theresa M. Harrigan Brian and Deborah Hauf Mr. Christopher M. Hayner Mr. Richard Heffron, III Miss Gloria C. Henderson Mr. Kyle R. Henrick Thomas R. Henzel, Ed.D. Mr. Drew V. Hess Cynthia and Alan Heyen Mr. Alfred J. Hillwig Dr. James W. Hilty and Kathleen Hilty George and Jean Hindman

H. Ronald and Barbara Hoch Alan Hoffmann John P. Hogan, Sr. and Toby Rubin Hogan Mr. Jon C. Holland Andrew B. Horrow and Nancy Werther Joseph and Susan Hunter David Inscho, Esq. Ms. Dorothy J. Jamison Edwin J. Holland and Mary Louise Jani Barry and Donna Jenkins Mr. Nicolas Jimenez Paul and Catherine John Mr. Craig W. Johnson Ms. Jasmine T. Johnson Diane and Gerald Johnston Daniel Jordan Bruce A. Kaiser, M.D. and Carol Konrad Kaiser Mr. Stephen Kane Mr. Carl J. Kanefsky Steven Kapustin, Esq. Andrew and Donna Katz Mr. Robert Alan Katz Mr. Leroy E. Kean Mr. Thomas F. Kearney, III Mr. Michael S. Keim Mr. Stephen H. Kellerman Ms. Lauren C. Kelly James M. Kelsh, Jr. and Kathleen O. Kelsh Miss Lauren H. Ketterman Mr. James E. Kilgallon Mr. George R. Kirkpatrick Mr. Joshua Klein Robert J. Klinger, Jr. and Mary L. Klinger John and Michele Koskinen Mr. Eric P. Kovalkoski J. Scott Kramer, Esq. and Mary Beth Kramer John and Diane Kramer David and Susan Kraynik Robert G. Krimmel and Reverend Linda Krimmel John and Barbara Krivda Bennett S. Kugler, D.O. Ms. Karen Kutner Jessica Kutza Mr. Joseph V. Labolito Thomas M. Lang

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Mr. Thomas L. Lantieri Mr. and Ms. Patrick V. Larkin Kathleen Muir Leblanc and Regan A. Le Blanc Howard and Linda Leight Mr. William J. Lennon Mrs. Roseanne M. Leonard Mr. Craig Lerch Mr. Andrew Leszczynski Jonathan L. Levin, Esq. and Sharon P. Levin Howard and Myrna Levin Rachel and Steve Levine Alan and Elsa Levitt Ronald and Regina Lewullis Charles and Laura Lippincott Joseph Liscosky Ms. Annemarie V. Long Mr. Matthew S. Lotierzo James and Carol Loughery Matt Luchansky Charles A. Luck, II and M. Theresa Luck Patrick and Jane Luddy Mr. John W. Lukens Frank and Gayle Maccia Cheryl L. Macdougall and Kenneth R. Macdougall, Jr. Ken Mace Charles B. Machion, Esq. Adrienne and Charles Maggio Alexander and Sandra Maguire Dr. Kieran T. Mahan and Blair Mahan Mr. Edward S. Mahon Linda and Stanley Makowski Elsa C. Malmud, Ph.D. and Dr. Leon S. Malmud Mr. Bruce E. Mammarella Joseph and Maryann Mancine Edward P. Manley and Esther Coletta Mr. Benjamin N. Margolies Mr. Noel F. Marks Ms. Pam J. Marshall Mr. William F. Marshall Harry and Margaret Martin Mr. Moises Fermin Martinez Mr. Michael M. Matacavage Paul and Janet Mauriello Mr. Richard T. Mc Sorley Jennifer and Peter McAleer

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Mr. Dennis J. McCann Joseph C. McCloskey and Suzanne S. Mc Closkey John and Barbara Mcdonald Joseph and Marta McDonnell Mr. Dennis McDonough B. Susan Egner and Charles McFadden Mr. Matthew E. McIlhenny Arlene and Patrick McMahon Ms. Dannon J. Mehaffey Mr. Max Meltzer Ms. Taneisha Taili Messersmith Martin and Claudine Miller Mr. Warren F. Miller Paul V. Monaghan Larry Morgan C. Scott and Sara Moyer Kelly and Patrick Murray Kimberly Murtha Joe and Terri Nappi Susan J. Niskey and James D. Popp Elizabeth North Paul M. Nutkowitz, Ph.D. and Ikuko Ogasawara Nutkowitz, Ph.D. Christopher OBrien Theresa Murray O’Brien and Joseph M. Obrien Mrs. Sandy L. O’Connell Mr. Charles E. O’Connor, Jr. Mark E. Odonnell, III and Karen O’Donnell Rustin and Rebecca Ohler Mrs. Katherine V. Oldham Mr. Joseph Paul Olexy, Jr. William and Joan O’neill James J. Orlando, Jr. and Denise Orlando David and Ashley Orr Mr. Mark E. Painter Mr. David M. Paletz Mr. George E. Palmer, Sr. Lisa Papale Barry Adam Payne and Reverend Mary Payne William R. Pearson, Esq. and Jacqueline Pearson David and Christine Peckman Mrs. Margaret Pelczar Mr. David P. Peltier Aimee and Tom Penko Mr. William M. Perna

Mr. Ian W. Peterson Richard Phillips Eva Marie Pierce and Gilbert C. Pierce, Jr. Michael and Karen Polaski Mr. Robert V. Protesto, IV Martin and Lisa Purcell Edward F. Purvis, III and Susan C. Purvis Mr. John M. Quigley Mr. Mark W. Quinlan Robert Rafferty Mr. Nicholas A. Rago Mr. Jonathan A. Rains Mr. Joseph D. Ranieli Michael and Melissa Rau Christopher A. Reese, Esq. Linda and Wayne Reichart Nolan Resnick, M.D. and Judith A. Resnick Dan Ricci David and Janice Riddick Scott and Roxey Rieber Ms. Mary F. Riffel Marissa T. Rinck Justin Rinck Mr. Jonathan M. Ripper Ronald and Michele Ritrovato Mr. William Roberts Kenneth B. Rogers, D.M.D. and Jill C. Rogers Ray Rollins Steven M. Rollins, Esq. and Sherry L. Rollins Alan N. Rosenberg, Esq. and Carolyn A. Rosenberg Mr. Scott Rubinsky Jim and Carol Ruddick William David Rudolph and Gail Fribush Anthony and Doreen Ruggieri Andrew Michael Russin, Esq. and Molly Russin John Anthony Ruza, III Joseph W. Rydzewski, Sr. and Suzanne Wright Rydzewski Dr. Mark Salzer and Virginia Salzer Kenneth Lee Sanderson, II and Laura Sanderson Mr. Robert E. Savarese, Jr. Mr. Joseph E. Saxton Ms. Jane Scaccetti Dale Edmund Scanlon, D.M.D. and Laura Siberski Scanlon

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Mrs. Krista J. Scheffler Mr. Steven A. Schiavone Mr. Jeffrey I. Schneider Mr. Jay H. Schuster Mr. Charles F. Schwender Douglass and Pamela Searle Mary and Stanley Segal Mr. Matthew Seigenfuse Jeffrey Stephen Selk, D.O. Mr. Benjamin R. Serfass Richard and Colleen Sforza Mr. Perry L. Shackelford Gregory and Pam Shaeffer Paul Sharga Frank and Judy Sherako Daniel and Tiffani Shovlin Philip and Joan Shyposh Ms. Jacqueline Siciliano David Sicko Robert and Jennifer Sidelinker Mr. Zachary J. Silverstein Francis and Patricia Smaka Hal Smith Damon Smith Mr. Thomas McKee Smith Mr. Michael E. Snyder Eugene and Joan Soble Analisa Scrimger Sondergaard, Esq. and Christian Sondergaard, Jr., Esq. George and Lynn Spink Mr. Matthew Sprang Mr William A Starzyk Dr. Gregory C. Staub Peter and Alice Stec Frank Stephens Andrea P. Stern, Ph.D. and Richard Stern Robert Steuer Leo J. Storniolo, Jr. and Judith A. Storniolo Mr. Robert Stroyek Cordalia and James Sullivan Ms. Shannon M. Taylor John Kennedy Taylor, Esq. Mr. Gregory Taylor Daniel C. Taylor and Kim Bantle-Taylor Dr. Ronald D. Taylor and Paula Ann Boffa-Taylor

ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017

Jonathan C. Terry, Ph.D. and Cherrie L. Terry Jason and Shayna Thiel Andrew and Ellen Thompson John and Marion Tomosky Jeffrey and Felice Toonkel Mr. Christopher G. Trabosh Gerald Tracy Lashawn R. Trice William and Erin Truchan Mr. A. James Ueberroth Scott and Ann Underkoffler Mark D. Urbanski, Esq. Kim Vachon Jonathan and Mary Vail Mr. Zachary T. Van Benthem Mr. Thomas M. Van Sciver Amado J. Vargas, Esq. and Elizabeth Vargas Gabe and Francine Venit Mr. Stephen M. Viotti Robert G. Wagner, Jr. and Valerie H. Wagner Scott Walcoff Valaida S. Walker, Ed.D. Ms. Susan Marie Wallace Mr. Corey N. Walsh Michael and Nancy Walsh Jeremy Paul Wang Mr. Wilbur Washington Jim Weaver Mr. James Wilber Welch, Jr. Lee Wentz James A. Wescoe, Esq. and Amy Saylor Wescoe Irwin H. Wesler, D.M.D. and Dr. Marcia T. Wesler Gavin R. White, Ph.D. and Jane H. White Mr. Kenneth J. Wielgopolski James V. Wilkinson, Jr. and Mary M. Wilkinson Ms. Melinda M. Williams Gerald J. Yakatan, Ph.D. and Una Yakatan Gina and Stephen Yarnall Mr. Martin Zarge Christina J. Zettlemoyer, Esq. Mr. Kevin P Copp Mr. Richard C. Schulz Mr. Brent J.A. Vicino Mr. David B. Carpenter Mr. James S. Kimrey

Mr. Robert G. Goodman Barry D. Ashmen, Ed.D. and Sally Ann Ashmen Deborah and Timothy Bagley Brandon W. Boberick, Esq. Mr. Darwin E. Brown Mr. Richard Burg Mr. Stephen C. Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ullman Mr. David Duke Dr. Robert Michael and Mrs. Bonnie J. Fineman Mary and Richard Gerhart Joseph Glennon Mr. Alan W. Jackson Louis and Kathryn Larovere Fred and Harriet Maute Debra and David Roat Mr. Anthony Francis Varacallo Mr. Patrick M. Wielgopolski David and Lynn Wright Kenneth and Marie Bishop Kurt Bomze, D.D.S. and Nadline Bomze Mr. Edward W. Diehl Mr. Mark A. Holfelder Joseph R. Rosati, Jr. and Susan Rosati Larry and Nancy Rubin Mr. Michael B. Murray Mr. Alphonza Bellamy Stephen A. Bonnie, Ed.D. Mr. Jonathan D. Cohen Mr. Joseph J. Dallas Peter and Jocelyn Dannenbaum Brian C. Darreff, Esq. and Mary Beth Darreff Mrs. Suzanne S. Davis Mr. Jacob DerHagopian, Jr. Joseph and Kimberley Gigliotti Carl and Lois Gross Allan S. Kaplan, Ph.D. and Eileen Kaplan Danny Karwoski Alton F. Knight, Jr. and Renee E. Knight Matthew and Lisa Kunkle Eileen Mccullough LePage and Clifford B. Le Page, Jr., Esq. Jon and Linda Lilienfeld Mr. Joseph M. Marty Mr. John J. McGinley, Jr.

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Mark McHale William and Audrey Morrison Mr. Christopher B. Mulvey Mr. Andrew Ian Ostroff Donna and Dave Peachey John and Julie Ruppert Anthony W. Saby, Jr. and Lisa M. Panarelli Saby Dr. Steven D. Sitkoff and Bernice Sitkoff Brian Smith Richard D. Soltan, Esq. and Elizabeth Soltan Ms. Kristy Lee Bannon Sromovsky Ms. Ann Marie White Mr. Howard A. Drossner Mr. John P. Capurso James and Debra Gilbert Mr. Thomas Hrivnak David and Barbara Korczykowski Mr Lee J Stover Mr. Andrew J. Kelly Mr. Marcus A. Wilson Matthew and Ashley Trinsey Robert A. Bresin, Esq. and Kathleen Bresin Mr. Robert A. Carlson George and Eva Clancy James V. Codella, Esq. Barbara and Michael Lefkoe Gary F. Manzi Mr. Jason Read Ms. Patricia A. Skahan Philip and Gaye Solomon Lisa C. Yeadon and David R. Dahm Mr. Brendan P. Cunningham Mr. Raymond F. Addesso, Jr. Kathleen M. Kovacs Mr. Melvyn S. Green Mr. Tyler James Slanovec Mr. Hector M. Torres, II Ms. Dawn E. Moyer Sean M. Burke Ms. Toya Adams Donna and Paul Marion Mr. Jeffrey S. Altomare Mr. Kurt L. Appleby John J. Baldo Thomas and Terri Borgese

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Candice L. Brown Mr. Edmund B. Bulmash Mr. Michael Cipollone Ms. Courtney E. Coffman Ms. Kathryn A. Dominguez Mr. Thomas J. Donatelli B. Linda and J. Michael Dzuba Mr. Michael Einbinder-Schatz Ms. Tramaine Decarlo Ellison Robert and Lynn England Mr. Thomas D. Fenner Ms. Kari F. Gearhart Patrick and Patricia Glorioso Teresa Gozik-Tyson and Tim D. Tyson Mr. John E. Granozio Steven A. Greenspan, Esq. and Jamie Greenspan Curtis Grimes Michael Grossman, M.D. and Dixie Grossman Ryan P Hartman Mr. Robert C. Hartman Robert and Nancy Hick Silvester William Hirshmann and Bonnie Hirschmann William H. Juzwiak, Jr. and Aurora Juzwiak Mr. Thomas W. Kapushinski Mr. Charles Kazanjian Jeffrey M. Keating, D.M.D. Sherman W. Keeney, II and Kelly Senft Keeney Rick and Lisa Kristoff Jodi Levine Laufgraben, Ed.D. Louis Licameli John Lusska Dr. Elaine D. Mackowiak and Mr. Robert C. Mackowiak George J. Mecherly, Ph.D. Joseph and Mary Jane Mekulski James and Maria Mengel Mr. Jeffery Molishus Marc H. Myers, Esq. and Lee-Ann Halbert Myers Robert S. Parker, Jr. and Lennie E. Parker Clark Perry Ms. Ariel Pierre Robert J. Praisner, D.D.S. and Wanda Schweizer Praisner Mr. William J. Puchalski Barry D. Rinker, M.D. Richard Sasin Brian M. Sassano and Brie A. Sassano, Pharm.D.

Craig and Sandra Schnee Rachel Schwaab Dr. Dennis A. Silage and Kathleen Silage Mr. Justin P. Slotman Kenneth and Susan Souder Larry E. Stern Jeffrey and Sherri Thomas Ms. Bao N. Tran Janesa Urbano, Esq. and Vincent Urbano Mr. Brian J. Vaganek John C. Van Wert, Sr. and Amy Van Wert Mr. Charles L. Webb Nicholas and Lorraine Witkowski Joseph and Joanne Yaroma Dave Yoder Despina A. Zoef and Paul Curtiss Clark Joseph and Karen Bloemker Davies and Walter Bahr Mrs. Sherry M. Borden Richard and Constance Buggelli Andrew and Jennifer Carl Mr. Randall W. Chapman, II Susan DiPaolo Mr. James T. Foster, III Ms. Maureen McKinley Michael J. McSweeney, Jr. and Joanna E. McSweeney Mr. John S. Nicolosi James D. Sculley, Ed.D. and Mary Burns Sculley Ms. Suzanne M. Spencer James and Pamela Danner George Hathaway Ms. Alison R. McHale Mr. Bruno N. Petrillo, Jr. Mr. Howard A. Wible Mr. Bernerd Zanavich, II Ms. Donna Lynn Warren Eileen Mary Burns Holmes and Joseph D. Holmes Mr. Thomas B. Costello Ken and Maria Gray Donald and Nancy Heilman Rober Neadel Mr. Peter R. Poillon Dr. Alfred F. Sorbello, Jr. Mr. Benjamin J. Yeager Mr. Richard A. Ambrosino, Jr.

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS


Colonel Rick Ryczkowski Mr. Jeffrey S. Nossbaum Vernon G. Altemose, Jr. and Kathryn E. Altemose Mr. Frank Baldino Ms. Deanna M. Balerno Mr. David L. Bargeron Barbara and Kenneth Bekelja Mr. Theodore W. Bohannon Mr. Christopher M. Borden Janice and Randy Breon Allen and Maureen Broadbent Robert and Ingrid Brown Lesly L. Attarian and Philip J. Charron Mr. Ikey N Chuku Robert and Sharon Cybularz Richard and Valerie Delange Patricia and Robert Duffield John M. Durso and Reverend Dolores R. Durso Mr. Jack L. Enco Jack and Kelly Fatica Mr. Kenneth C. Foelster Mr. Elvis Forde Ms. Sharon Forst Mr. David F. Frederick Prabhash C. Ganguli, M.D. and Frances A. Ganguli Dennis and Margaret Gartman Matthew and Bonnie Golden Mr. Wallace Ewing Graham Mr. Gregory Scott Green Paula Grochowski Mr. Andrew F. Harbison Mr. Fredrick N. Hendrickson, Jr. Dr. Leigh Nanney Hersey Robert K. Holzwarth Dr. Forrest E. Huffman Ana Maria Iglesias and Dr. Aquiles Iglesias Miss Carmela A. Iodice Darla and Thomas Jacobs Amy and Kevin Johnson Jennifer and David Johnson Craig E. Kaucher Ronald C Kerins, Jr. and Lora Jean Kerins Joseph and Lois Kieserman Mr. Sheldon Kratchman Andrew Levison

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Michelle Lind Mr. Thomas S. Lubiski Jerry and Mary Martin Laurie and Robert Masino James C. McCloskey Mr. William J. McMonagle James and Marypat McNicholas John R. Mogel Mr. Michael L. Mollen Mary Page Moyer and Dr. Ray A. Moyer Santiago and Ani Parlade Mildred Phillip Roger and Susan Phillips Dr. Richard L. Prager Kimbra Roesner Ms. Beth Romanowski Mr. Jay L. Rosen Ms. Paige Salvador Christine Schafer Ms. Kelli D. Sheesley Sabrina Slade Ms. Traci L. Stortz Ms. Kathleen A. Stracke Dr. Walter L. Strosser and Kathleen K. Strosser Ms. Joanna C. Sutor Ricky L. Swalm, Ph.D. and Patricia Swalm Mr. William H. Watson, III Jack and Karen Welch David Edward Williams, Ed.D. Michael and Robin Allen Daniel and Maryann Apostolu Donna and Gennaro Calendo Beth Karen Kocher-Ferraro and Frank A. Ferraro R. Thomas Leonard, Ph.D. and Tonia L. Leonard Barbara and Joseph Marinak Mr. Jonathan A. Nadu Barbara S. Pines and Simon P. Pines, Esq. Joseph and Nora Smith Mr. James and Dr. Elizabeth Leebron Tutelman Mr. Peter J. Adonizio Leonard and Mary Beck Mr. Ronald Caldarelli Ms. Lisa M. Campbell Elzar Camper, Jr., Ed.D. and Carolyn Camper Lisa Collins

David T. Cordisco Sitka DeLapp Corinne and Edward Doyle Juliana and Michael Dugent Dennis Dunphy and Kim Minger Ms. Mary Elizabeth Farrell Randy and Susan Fofi Mr. Darrick B. Fuller Donald J. Gavrity, Jr. and Karen M. Gavrity Steven M. Greene John and Annette Gumbrecht John and Rose Hagopian Deborah and Robert Haugh Kellie S. Jenkins and Robert J. Jenkins, Jr. Mr. George C. Karayiannis Steven Klein, Ed.D. and Mary Ellen Schaffer Jeremy A. Kusnir William and Dawn Leahy Mr. David B. Lebowitz Dr. Eva M. Leeds and Dr. Michael A. Leeds Cole B Lerch Mr. Vince J. Matyi William and Paula McDonough William D. Mensch, Jr. and Dianne Mensch Daniel F. Mitsakos, Esq. Penni and Robert Nolfi Michael Pester Glenn and Dena Phillips Dr. Anthony J. Pitale David and Julia Santiago William Scottoline Joseph and Barbara Scull Mr. Andrew R. Simon Mr. Edward R. Solvibile Kevin and Tracy Spurgeon Robert and Annetta Stowman Sandra and Timothy Sweet Mr. Timothy L. Terry Mr. Jeff F. Twardzik Mr. Patrick T. Unrath Ms. Linda Halbert Hart Kia Rose Johnson and Anthony Sloan Martina Gallagher Janice Marie Rolnick and Willaim L. Sydnes Janice M. Rolnik and William L. Sydnes

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Daria Gianetta Vogel Janet and Joseph Injaychock Mr. Joseph W. Rafferty, Sr. Mark and Susan Rubinsky Mr. Eric D. Imhof John and Angela Baum Colonel Ronald C. Becker and Vanessa J. Becker G Jeffrey Boujoukos, Esq. and Patricia Powers Boujoukos, Esq. Ms. Denise Janene Bourassa Mr. Sean P. Bransfield Dr. David R. Brubaker and Marilyn L. Brubaker Howard and Linda Center Mr. Michael F. Cirillo Sherri L. Clinkscale Mr. Phillip Cooper Leonard A. Cupingood, Ph.D. and Rita L. Cupingood Ms. Lise A. D’Andrea Lucille and Michael Darragh Cynthia and Michael Derchak Mr. Aaron J. Devaney Mr. Seth M. Evans Calvin and Carol Freedman James and Judith Glisson Mark B. Goodheart, Esq. Mr. Frank D. Greco Mr. Gene S. Green Bruce A. Hartman, D.M.D. Mr. Mark K. Hunter Theodora and Larry Jordan Daniel J. Keating, Ph.D. and Kathleen A. Keating Elizabeth Kilpatrick-Fox, D.M.D. and William Fox Mr. David W. Kozubal Mr. Kenneth B Krauter Cheryl Macneal Mrs. Betty R. Marlino Mr. John J. McWilliams Judith Michaud Conrad Joseph Miller, Jr. and Ruth E. Miller Mr. Matthew T. Modica Cathy Moelle Tilghman H Moyer, V John D. Nester, D.D.S. and Marge Nester John and Dana Palmieri Ann and Glenn Petrucci

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The Honorable Fred A. Pierantoni, III, Esq. and Donna Pierantoni Dorota and Greg Rapacz Charles and Margaret Schalch Bonnie G. Seidman and Dr. Larry Seidman Richard D. Sheetz Neil Andrew Stein, Esq. and Diane Stein Gerard and Traceyann Sweeney Mark W. Tanner, Esq. and Kathleen L. Tanner Nicholas D. Tellie, Esq. Mr. Edgar C. Wilburn Ms. Patricia D. Wootton Ms. Andrea Wytish Mr. Jerry C. Zamarin Charles and Mary Lou Sproule Mr. David R. Weinraub Debra Ruszkowski Clark and Warren Daniel Clark, II Elliott H. Coleman, M.D. and Barbara Coleman Bryna Delman Ewachiw, Pharm.D. and Austin H. Ewachiw Mr. Gerard Kelly George R. Partridge, Jr., Esq. Ms. Nina Weisbord Mark P. Letner Scott and Kimberly Andrien Frederick M. Brehm, Esq. Ann and Robert Bushek Mr. Philip T. Cantwell Domenico J. Cavaiuolo, Ph.D. Theresa M. Ching, Sr. George W. Chukinas, Jr. and Julia B. Chukinas James M. Cirillo, Sr. and Bernadette Cirillo Scott and Margaret Cohen Mr. Steve F. Collins Dr. Thomas Eveslage Thomas M. Fries, D.M.D. and Suzanne M. Fries Kevin M. Gallagher, Esq. Stephen and Susan Gauthier James and Maryann Higgins Jerome and Maryanne Jacobs David and Wendy Josephs Daniel Kendrick Ms. Colleen E. Kirk Leslie Lee Janine and Matt Lenguadoro

Keith S. Marlowe, Esq. Edward A. McNamara Mr. Larry M. Milburn Ms. Marybeth E. O’Flynn Clyde M. Ofner, III, Ph.D. and Margarita F. Ofner Nina and Thomas O’Shaughnessy Michael D. Shaffer, Esq. and Kathryn M. Shaffer Kathleen M. Stewart and Thomas A. Stewart, III Ms. Karen M. Turner Mr. Jason C. Zerbe Edward A. Zetick, Esq. and Bonnie H. Zetick Thomas and Maria Woodward Mary Ellen P. Lorenz Barbara and Richard Orr Mrs. Cheryl S. Carson Mr. Stephen G. Kaminski Thomas and Carolyn Meseroll Mr. Edward J. Zekas Vivian Funchion Mr. Daniel M. Quintanilla Ms. Donielle Marie Zimmerman Ms. Bethany B Davis Leo F. Doyle, Jr., Esq. and Bernardine S. Doyle Mr. Kristian Graves Mr. John H. Hilger Mr. Kevin A. Outram Mr. James P. Rafter Francesco and Linda Tieri Miss Wanda C. Wilkes James and Kelli Boyle Scott Walcoff Ms. Mary Louisa Landis Ms. Kelly A. Mecca Mary Funchion and Richard Funchion, Sr. Vincent and Elizabeth Dipentino Mr. Adam J. Baldwin Terry Beam Norris Benns, Jr., Esq. Steven D. Berman and Allison Tittle Mr. Royal Brown Denis and Charlotte Canty Dr. Margaret M. Conroy and David F. Conroy Mr. Raymond D. Destephanis, III Jack and Nancy Don John and Kristene Dormuth

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Mr. David I. Forman Mr. Paul Fuhrmeister Scott and Victoria Ghiz Maureen and Michael Gigliotti Ms. Cristin R. Harrington Eric and Ronnie Hayman Dr. Eugene Kwatny Kathleen and Paul Laux Mr. Marc Leone Kimberly Rest Montgomery, Esq. and Robert H. Montgomery, III, Esq. Mr. Samuel D. Moore Deborah and Timothy O’Rourke Jan Reisner Suzanne M. Smith-Oscilowski and Alex Oscilowski James and Bonnie Tolerico Symme and Michael Trachtenberg Howard Wishnoff, Esq. and Barbara Wishnoff Caroline Wittenstein Mr. Elvin Fred Zucker Aristides and Christina Zawycky Ms. Tonya Cardoza Keith Etzel Mr. Anthony J. Faralli Ms. Sandra A. Foehl Mr. Matthew W. Stout Joseph and Elaine Daubert Victoria Wadas Mr. Don R. Bitterlich John and Wendy Cerminara Sarah B. Martin GRADUATE OWL CLUB Dalton L Anen Ms. Shannon K. Boyle Mr. Ryan J. Bradbury Ms. Kaley A. Carpenter Brandon S Chudnoff Mr. Thomas Cochet Mr. Sean T. Collins Jake M. Crosetto, Esq. Ms. Olivia Anne D’Aiutolo Ms. Margaret M. Doyle Gina M Dupnik Ms. Laura A. Dwyer

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Zach Edelman Seth M Ehlo Ms. Alicia L. Eichelman Mr. Ryan P. Farrell Mr. Kevin Gary Feinberg Britney Jean Flaherty Mr. Nicholas J. Foley Ms. Portia M. Fullard John A Funchion David Gibbon Erin E Gregory Timothy P Gross Amber J. Hanson-Rumbaugh and Michael R. Rumbaugh Ms. Shannon K Haugh Mr. Richard E Houck, Jr. Ms. Lauren E. Hunt Ms. Nikki M. Kaytus Carolynne G Kelly DeAndre R Kelly Mr. Andrew T. Kolb Mr. Steven J. Kucher Mr. Matthew D. Lachs Miss Chelsea Lapent Ms. Marina Lemut Alexander S. Long Mr. James Lutzko Mr. Zachary J Mace Mr. Michael A Malick Mark A Mangold Miss Christina Rose Marinello Nick J Matousch Michael McGuire Mr. Brian A. Mele David Meltzer Mr. Matthew J. Mirro Mr. Adam M. Myzal Mr. Benjamin T. Palestino Ms. Jessica F. Parker Mr. Colby Alan Perry Mr. Guy M. Petrucci, Jr. Mr. Matthew J Pierantoni Mr. William C. Powell Mr. Daniel B. Price Paige J Randazzo Ms Michele Taylor Rubinsky

Mr. Frederick J. Saporito Taylor W Scheid Mr. Scott J. Sisson Mr. Jordan W Spector Ms. Marjorie D. Thomas Michael and Nicole Tracy Andrew M Vogt Melissa L Walsh Mr. Eric Watts Mr. Christopher William Schoen Lieutenant David K. Forman Nolan Stephen Gauthier Ms. Shannon L. Hodge Mr. Matthew C. Rowe Mr. Darin J. Bartholomew Ms. Chelsea Madonna Feeser Taryn Patrice Anthony Ms. Kiersten S Brown Ms. Alyssa D Odonnell Samuel B. Forman Mr. Jesse A. Kitzen-Abelson Mr. Joshua A. Karp Mr. Joseph Bellesheim Thomas J. Flynn, IV Ms. Jenna Lyn Rankin Ms. Alexandra J. Shapiro Angelise Stuhl Pierre Elias Tairouz Taylor Nicole Wilson Mr. Patrick K. Mclaughlin

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ENDOWMENTS Endowments are gifts that keep on giving. Endowments are permanently invested by Temple University and generate earnings and interest for the purpose you choose to support; scholarships, coaches, facility maintenance, sport-specific program support, and much more. A gift to the endowment program is invested into a pool of funds managed by the University. A portion of the earnings from the investment provides annual support to the designated area. The remaining earnings are reinvested to grow the endowment to provide support in perpetuity. To learn more about establishing an Endowment Fund or supporting an existing fund, please contact the Temple Owl Club at 215-204-CLUB (2582).

ENDOWMENT FUNDS 1969 NIT Champions Endowed Fund for Men’s Basketball Aglira Family Endowment Fund for Men’s Basketball Al Shrier Media Room Fund Albert “Reds” Pearson Memorial Fund Andy and Ruth Ann Logue Graduate Scholarship Fund for Athletics Anne Volp Field Hockey Scholars Fund Anthony B. Cimino Sr. Academic Excellence Endowment Fund Bill and Barbara Mlkvy Men’s Basketball Endowment Fund Cindy Thompson Memorial Scholarship Fund Dick Steinberg Memorial Fund Donald and Violet Cox Endowed Fund for Football Emma M. Baker Scholarship Fund Ernest C. Casale Memorial Athletic Endowment Fund Franklin J. Marx Fund Grace and M. Mark Mendel, Esq., Endowed Academic Support Fund for Student-Athletes Harry G. Nelson and Maximillian W. Younger Men’s Gymnastics Endowment Fund Henry R. Sklar Athletic Fund Irwin E. Canter Memorial Fund James Nagel Endowment Fund John and Joan Ballots Endowed Fund for the Head Men’s Basketball Coach in Honor of John Chaney John and Joan Ballots Endowed Fund for the Head Women’s Basketball Coach John B. Early Scholarship Fund John Ballots Memorial Fund

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John Hagopian Athletic Endowment Fund John P. Wilcox Academic Support Fund Joey Pozzuolo Memorial Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund Joseph Greenspan Memorial Award Fund Joseph H. Weiss and Joseph H. Merback Men’s Basketball Fund Katherine Printy/Eastman Kodak Endowment Fund Leroy M. Carl Endowment Fund Mark and Kathryn Clatterbaugh Endowment Fund Martin N. Gorman Endowment Fund Merrick Endowed Fund for Academic Advising at Temple University Owl Club Board Memorial Endowment Fund Owl Club Board of Directors Endowment Fund Owl Club Legends Endowment Patrick J. Daly Endowed Fund for Men’s Basketball Patterson-Coco Endowment for Gymnastics Excellence Fund Paul E. Amidon Fund Robert J. Flynn Endowment Fund in Athletics Rose Vernick Award Fund Ruth and Charles Freiberg Men’s Basketball Endowment Fund Sandra and Rick Brunson Endowed Fund for Academic Support Tina Sloan-Green Women’s Lacrosse Endowment Fund Warren Klenk Athletic Endowment Fund William M. Rinck Endowment Fund Wister and Harriet Baisch Football Endowment Fund

T-CLUB MISSION The mission of the T-Club is to provide members with the opportunity to foster and maintain long-term relationships with coaches, teammates, and the university’s athletic department. The T-Club strives to strengthen the bond between Temple Letterwinners, to enhance the history and traditions of Temple University, and to create a culture where members can return and support athletic programs.

FOREVER OWLS/GIFT PLANNING Forever Owls and gift planning provides the opportunity to establish an enduring legacy through long-term philanthropic support of Temple Athletics. Remembering Temple Athletics in a will or living trust is an accessible and easy way to express your support. Special arrangements may enable you to plan a gift that will reduce taxes on your estate, provide capital support, or establish an endowment in your name or in memory of a loved one. Whichever option you choose, a bequest costs nothing now and yet gives the immediate satisfaction of achieving your philanthropic goals, while providing critical financial support to Temple Athletics. If you have included Temple Athletics in your estate plans or to learn more about leaving a legacy, please contact the Temple Owl Club at 215-204-CLUB (2582).

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2017-18 TEMPLE HEAD COACHES

FRAN DUNPHY Men’s Basketball

MARYBETH FREEMAN Field Hockey

DAVID MACWILLIAMS Men’s Soccer

GEOFF COLLINS Football

SEAMUS O’CONNOR Women’s Soccer

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TONYA CARDOZA Women’s Basketball

BRIAN PERKINS Men’s Crew

NIKKI FRANKE Fencing

BRIAN QUINN Men’s Golf

UMME SALIM-BEASLEY Women’s Gymnastics

BONNIE ROSEN Women’s Lacrosse

REBECCA SMITH-GRZYBOWSKI Women’s Rowing

STEVE MAURO Men’s & Women’s Tennis

ELVIS FORDE Women’s Track & Field

JAMES SNYDER Men's & Women’s Cross Country

BAKEER GANESHARATNAM Women’s Volleyball


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