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THIS IS LEWIS UNIVERSITY

Lewis University Mission Statement Lewis University, guided by its Catholic and Lasallian heritage, provides to a diverse student population programs for a liberal and professional education grounded in the interaction of knowledge and fidelity in the search for truth. Lewis promotes the development of the complete person through the pursuit of wisdom and justice. Fundamental to its mission is a spirit of association which fosters community in all teaching, learning and service. These distinctive values guide the University in fulfilling its mission.


Dana Schwarting Head Coach | 5th Season

Rick Hammer Assistant Coach | 2nd Season

James Kearney Assistant Coach | 1st Season

Since his arrival in 2009, Lewis University Assistant Cross Country/Track and Field coach Rick Hammer has made an immediate impact on both programs, highlighted by back-to-back All-America finishes by Kathryn Hague (2009, ‘10) in the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championships. Prior to his arrival in Romeoville, Hammer spent three years at Division III Manchester College (IN), where he coached seven national qualifiers, two All-Americans and one National Champion during his tenure. While there, 11 different school-records were shattered and 186 spots were claimed on the Manchester track and field top 10 performance list. Hammer also spent time as an assistant coach for both Tri State University and IPFW. Hammer is a USATF Level I Certified Track and Field Coach and has a Level II certification in the endurance events. He is also a United States Track and Field/ Cross Country Coaches Association and USA Triathlon member. As an undergrad, Hammer competed for Huntington University, as he was a two-time captain, national qualifier and Academic All-American.

Former Manchester College and Saint Francis (Ind.) standout James Kearney just completed his first season as a graduate assistant coach for both the Lewis cross country and track and field teams. He works primarily with the Flyer distance specialists. While at Manchester, Kearney was the captain for both the cross country and track and field teams from 2007-09. Kearney also competed for Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana from 2004-07 where he was the captain of both the cross country and track and field teams. While there, he set the school-record in the indoor 1,500-meter run and as a member of the indoor 4x800 relay. He has received his USA Track & Field Level I Coaching Certificate and is currently pursuing his Level II certificate. He served as Manchester’s recruiting secretary from December of 2007 until January of 2009. In 2009, Kearney was an assistant cross country coach for Calumet College of Saint Joseph and for the last three summers, he has served as a camp counselor for the Yoder-Begley Running Camps. Kearney, who has earned three bachelor degrees from three different institutions, is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Lewis.

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2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country

Lewis University head women’s cross country coach Dana Schwarting, who just completed his fifth season at the helm of the Flyers, has mentored several Track and Field All-Americans during his career, but now he can add a two-time cross country All-American to that list of accolades. Following a 40th-place finish in the 2009 NCAA Cross Country Championships, Lewis’ Kathryn Hague became the first Flyer to be named a cross country All-American since Malgorzata Biela, Magdalena Paszta and Kasia Arient accomplished that feat in 1997. Last season, Hague placed 28th overall in the NCAA Cross Country Championships to become the first Flyer to repeat as an All-American since Biela, Paszta and Arient did it in 1997. Schwarting, who came to Lewis in 2003 as an assistant track and field coach, has coached 49 Flyer Track and Field AllAmericans, including Hague, who repeated as an Outdoor Track and Field All-American in the 1,500-meter run in 2011. He was named the Flyers’ head track and field coach in March of 2005 and the head men’s and women’s cross country coach following the resignation of Rick Wemple in late 2006. Other NCAA Division II All-America award winners during Schwarting’s tenure include pole-vaulter Duane Chappell, who won three national titles; pole-vaulter Mark Zilch, the 2005 Division II indoor national champion and a 2005 U.S. Indoor National Championships qualifier; and Billy Stadele, the 2005 Division II and Great Lakes Valley Conference male indoor Athlete of the Year, a 2005 indoor All-American in the pole vault and 60-meter hurdles and an All-American and two-time GLVC champion in the decathlon. Schwarting came to Lewis after serving two years as men’s and women’s track and field head coach at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. At Morningside, he coached three national champions, three national runners-up and 19 Division II All-Americans. In addition, he coached the male and female 2001 Division II indoor Athlete of the Year and the female 2001 Division II outdoor Athlete of the Year. Two of Schwarting’s Morningside athletes, A.G. Kruger and Meredith Davis, qualified for the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials in the hammer throw and heptathlon, respectively. Kruger went on to compete at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Schwarting earned bachelor’s (1996) and master’s (1998) degrees at the University of South Dakota. As a member of South Dakota’s track and field team, he earned four varsity letters competing as a decathlete, hurdler and long-jumper. He was a two-time North Central Conference champion and national qualifier in the 110-meter hurdles, and he earned all-conference honors in the decathlon, heptathlon and long jump. When he graduated, he held school records in the pentathlon and shuttlehurdle relay. Schwarting and wife Lisa reside in Joliet with sons Logan, Parker and Keegan.


2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country

2010 Women’s Cross Country Recap

It was a season to remember for Lewis University senior Kathryn Hague, as Schwarting said. “The biggest difference between this year and last is that she she became the first Flyer in 11 years to win the Great Lakes Valley Conference wasn’t nearly as nervous and much more relaxed.” Women’s Cross Country Championship and the first to repeat as an All-American Hague was also the top finisher from the Great Lakes Valley Conference. in 13 seasons. She also won the 5K National Catholic Invitational (18:22), hosted by Notre Dame, Her time of 21:29 at the 6K GLVC Championships was the third-fastest in school and the 5K Illini Open (17:36), hosted by the University of Illinois. history. She was the first Flyer to take home the title since Marianna Vidovic won Lewis freshman Ciersten Deardorf also impressed at the National Catholic the race in 1999. Invitational, as she finished fourth overall with a time of 18:54. Those performances The Chicago, Illinois native qualified for helped Lewis to a second-place finish as a the NCAA Championships following her team. ninth-place finish of 21:44.28 at the NCAA Lewis opened the season at the Badger Midwest Regional Championships to earn Open, hosted by the University of Wisconsin, All-Midwest Region honors on November where the Flyers finished fifth out of eight 20th. teams, ahead of Division I Northern Illinois on Two weeks later, Hague became the fourth September 3rd. Flyer in school-history to repeat as an AllTwo weeks later, the Flyers competed at American, as she placed 28th overall with the highly prestigious 5K Greater Louisville a time of 22:02.6 at the 6K NCAA Division II Classic, where they competed against the Women’s Cross Country Championships at top Division I and II teams in the country and E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park on December 4th. finished 31st out of 35 teams. Lewis’ Malgorzata Biela, Magdalena Paszta The Flyers would beat two more Division I and Kasia Arient were the last Flyers to reteams at the 5K Illini Open, as they finished peat as All-Americans in 1997, as that squad fourth as a team, defeating both Illinois State tied for second as a team at the National and Bradley. Championships. Hague’s first-place finish at the GLVC The top 40 finishers in the race earn Championships was not enough, as the Flyers All-America status. The 2010 Great Lakes finished fifth as a team. Along with Hague, Valley Conference champion finished 40th in sophomore Amy Clawson was named to the 2009, but drew on that experience to help All-GLVC team followoing her 13th-place her in the race. finish of 22:43. “Kathryn went out in the top 30, ran a real The rest of the Flyers, excluding Hague, controlled race and brought it home,” Lewis ended the 2010 campaign with a 13th-place Senior Kathryn Hague was the first Flyer to repeat as a Cross Country All-American since 1997. finish at the NCAA Midwest Regionals. head women’s cross country coach Dana

Lewis University Women’s Cross Country Honors

Lewis University Women’s Cross Country Team Accomplishments

All-Americans

National Finishes

GLVC Championships

1996 - Third (Regional Champs)

Malgorzata Biela, 1995, ‘96, ‘97

1997 - t-Second (Regional Champs)

1990 1996 1997

Magdalena Paszta, 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Kasia Arient, 1996, ‘97 Kathryn Hague, 2009, ‘10

Regional Champions Malgorzata Biela, 1995 Magdalena Paszta, 1995 Kasia Arient, 1996, ‘97, ‘98

GLVC Champions Magdalena Paszta, 1994, ‘95, ‘97 Kasia Arient, 1996, ‘98 Malgorzata Biela, 1994, ‘95 Kathryn Hague, 2010

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Name Amy Clawson Ciersten Deardorf Emily Gallup Cecilia Garcia Kathryn Hague Julie Jarrett Hailey Justes Sarah Kearney Ashley Lucas Genevieve McBride Amanda Porter Krysten Sebby

2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country Roster Yr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. R-Fr.

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

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Hometown/Last School Mahomet, Ill./Mahomet-Seymour Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll Schaumburg, Ill./Illinois State Edwards, Colo./Mesa State Chicago, Ill./Mt. Assisi Academy Champaign, Ill./Mahomet-Seymour Crystal Lake/Prairie Ridge Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South Elgin, Ill./St. Edward Dixon, Ill./Dixon Commercial Point, Ohio/Shawnee State Yorkville, Ill./Yorkville

Dana Schwarting (7th Season) Rick Hammer, Rachel Johnson, Nathan Probst


2010 Women's Cross Country Team Results 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

September 17th - Notre Dame National Catholic Invitational Notre Dame Dayton Marquette DePaul Saint Louis Xavier Loyola-Maryland College of the Holy Cross Canisius Lewis University Bellarmine Franciscan Seton Hill Regis Loras Saint Vincent Detroit-Mercy John Carroll Wheeling Jesuit Siena Heights Mercyhurst Saint Anselm St. Ambrose Marian Walsh Gannon Saint Mary-of-The-Woods Edgewood Saint Mary’s Clarke Notre Dame College Saint Francis College of Mount St. Joseph Calumet College of St. Joseph Spalding

41 86 108 130 166 199 204 216 223 297 325 395 437 439 467 508 541 552 565 569 649 650 652 704 705 748 779 787 789 846 859 987 1030 1135 1143

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October 2nd - Bellarmine Greater Louisville Classic Grand Valley State Vanderbilt Georgia Shippensburg Western Kentucky Missouri Illinois State Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Ferris State Mississippi State East Carolina Louisville UNC-Greensboro Albany Edinboro South Carolina-Upstate Washington (St. Louis) Southern Indiana Ole Miss Elon Southern Illinois Queens Univ. of Charlotte Tennessee-Chattanooga Georgia Tech Colorado School of Mines Davidson Middle Tennessee State Arkansas State Miami (Fla.) Lewis University Columbus State Bellarmine Kennesaw State Northern Kentucky

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

October 22nd - Illinois Illini Open Northwestern Illinois Northern Kentucky Lewis University Indianapolis Illinois State Bradley

106 107 198 208 225 243 267 290 307 354 362 384 392 430 461 497 514 540 548 571 590 607 614 623 641 660 661 681 682 752 755 801 807 811 884

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November 6 - Great Lakes Valley Conference Championships Bellarmine 52 Southern Indiana 75 UW-Parkside 94 Northern Kentucky 107 Lewis University 114 Drury 172 Indianapolis 191 Missouri S&T 196 Saint Joseph’s 226 Maryville 291 Kentucky Wesleyan 324 Quincy 367

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November 20th - Bellarmine NCAA Division II Midwest Region Championships Grand Valley State 26 Ferris State 79 Hillsdale 138 Wayne State 152 Ashland 159 Bellarmine 163 Southern Indiana 174 Tiffin 250 Saginaw Valley 255 UW-Parkside 277 Michigan Tech 326 Findlay 342 Lewis University 356 Northern Kentucky 388 Northern Michigan 414 Indianapolis 477 Missouri S&T 482 Drury 491 Saint Joseph’s 509 Northwood 532 Lake Superior State 654 Lake Erie 672

102 116 126 132 188

2010 Women's Cross Country Individual Times Badger Classic (4k)

National Catholic Invitational (5k)

15:49.6

18:54

Amy Clawson Ciersten Deardorf

Greater Louisville Classic (5k)

19:18

Illini Open (5k)

19:03

GLVC Championships (6k)

22:43

NCAA Regional (6k)

NCAA Championships (6k)

22:57.02

18:33.06

Emily Gallup

22:02.91

26:25

Cecilia Garcia

17:10.2

20:09.12

20:13

23:20

24:03.75

Kathryn Hague

14:54.4

18:24

18:04.11

17:36

21:29

21:44.28

Julie Jarrett

15:26.5

19:34

19:45.69

19:35

22:53.9

22:27.70

21:25 21:21

Hailey Justes

Sarah Kearney

17:42.9

22:13.6

21:52.43

Ashley Lucas

15:58.3

20:13

19:32.04

Genevieve McBride

23:07.9

Krysten Sebby

20:32

15:44

19:59.29

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26:10

26:35.36

23:56

24:16.63

23:52

24:21.47

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September 3rd - University of Wisconsin Badger Classic Northwestern 23 Marquette 60 Wisconsin 83 North Central 117 Lewis University 122 Northern Illinois 154 Wisconsin Track Club 203 Edgewood 243


Amy Clawson Sophomore Mahomet, Ill./Mahomet-Seymour

2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country

4K 5K 6K

Clawson’s Top Times

Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (9/4/09) Illini Open (10/22/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)

Ciersten Deardorf Freshman Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll

16:00 19:03 22:43

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence, and Academic All-GLVC selection...competed in four cross country meets...took 12th at the 5K National Catholic Invitational (Sept. 17) with a time of 19:18...placed 21st at the 5K Illini Open (Oct. 22) with a season -best time of 19:03...finished in 22:43, good for 13th place at the 6K GLVC Championships (Nov. 6), earning her All-GLVC honors. 2009 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence...competed in seven cross country meets with two top-15 finishes...placed 11th overall with a time of 16:00 at the 4K Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (Sept. 4) and 14th overall with a time of 19:40 at the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11).

Deardorf’s Top Times

4K 5K 6K

Badger Classic (9/3/10) Greater Louisville Classic (10/2/10) n/a

16:00 18:33.06

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence, and named to Academic All-GLVC team...competed in three cross country meets... finished fourth at the 5K National Catholic Invitational (Sept. 17), crossing the finish line in 18.54. Prep/Personal: Earned a combined seven varsity letters in both cross country and track and field... named team MVP and captain of cross country team as a senior to help Carroll to a fifth-place finish at the state championships...won the conference and sectional cross country championships... qualified for the state cross country championships as a junior...was a member of the All-Conference 4x800 relay team that placed 13th overall at the state championships as a sophomore...helped Carroll to the conference, sectional and regional track and field championships as a sophomore...daughter of Larry and Cathy Deardorf...major is biology.

Prep/Personal: Four-time all-conference in both cross country and track and field...two-time cross country team MVP...placed sixth overall in the IHSA Cross Country State Championships as a junior with a time of 17:56, helping her to Champaign News Gazette Athlete of the Year honors and leading Mahomet-Seymour to a fourth-place team finish...helped Mahomet-Seymour to four consecutive regional, conference and sectional championships...earned All-State honors as a senior in the 3,200-meter run...four-year member of the honor roll and academic letter recipient...daughter of Mark and Liz Clawson...major is elementary education.

Emily Gallup Sophomore Schaumburg, Ill./Illinois State 4K 5K 6K

Gallup’s Top Times

n/a Greater Louisville Classic (10/2/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)

20:02.91 26:25

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence, and named to the Academic All-GLVC team...Competed in two cross country meets...took 67th place at the 6K GLVC Championships (Nov. 6), crossing the finish line in 26:25. Prior to Lewis: Two-year letterwinner in both cross country and track and field for Illinois State. Prep/Personal: Two-time All-Conference and cross country MVP...two-time state qualifier in the 1-mile run...named team MVP in track and field as a junior...ran a leg of the state qualifying 4x800 relay as a senior...member of the National Honor Society and Athletic Honor Roll...daughter of David and Felisa Gallup...major is nursing.

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Kathryn Hague Senior Chicago, Ill./Mt. Assisi

Cecilia Garcia Junior Edwards, Colo./Mesa State 4K 5K 6K

Garcia’s Top Times

Badger Classic (9/3/10) Greater Louisville Classic (10/2/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)

4K 5K 6K

17:10.2 20:09.12 23:20

Prior To Lewis: Attended Mesa State for two years...as a freshman, finished 88th at NCAA Central Region race, 55th at RMAC Championships and 38th at UNK Loper Invite....competed in the middle distance events for track and field...selected to Mesa State’s Presidential List. Prep/Personal: Three-year varsity track and field letterwinner and two-year varsity cross country letterwinner...helped Battle Mountain to the Cross Country state championship as a sophomore... named to Honor Roll all four years...member of the National Honor Society...member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic Honor Roll...daughter of Jorge Calvillo and Beatriz Garcia... major is marketing.

14:50 17:36 21:29

2010 Highlights: Br. David Delahanty Award winner, given to Lewis student-athletes, for academic excellence...earned All-America honors for second-straight season, finishing in 28th place (22:02.6) at the 6K NCAA Championships (Dec. 4)...named GLVC Cross Country Runner of the Year and All-Midwest Region...won three races, and finished in the top-ten in five races...victorious in the 5K National Catholic Invitational (18:24), 5K Illini Open (17:36) and the 6K GLVC Championships (21:29)...had a pair of 9th place finishes at the 4K Badger Classic (14:54) and the 6K NCAA Regional (21:44.28). 2009 Highlights: Br. David Delahanty Award winner, given to Lewis student-athletes, for academic excellence...placed 40th at NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships (Nov. 21) to claim All-American honors with a time of 21:59.3...competed in eight cross country meets with six top-ten finishes... won the 4K Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (Sept. 4) with a time of 14:50...captured the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11) title, crossing the finish line in 18:09...finished seventh at 6K Roy Griak Invitational (Sept. 27) with a time of 22:56.84...claimed a runner-up finish in the 5K Lucian Rosa Open (Oct. 10), crossing the finish line in 21:09.2...earned a third-place mark of 22:46.57 at the 6K GLVC Championships (Oct. 24)...took home a seventh-place finish of 26:33 at the 6K NCAA Midwest Regionals (Nov. 7). 2008 Highlights: Br. David Delahanty Award recipient given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence...finished in the top-10 in five out of seven cross country meets...won the Bradley Open (Sept. 12) with a time of 19:07 and was named the GLVC Runner of the Week for her efforts...placed second overall at the Elmhurst Earlybird Invite (Aug. 29) with a time of 15:05...earned All-GLVC Cross Country Team honors following her third-place finish of 21:54.54 at the GLVC Championships (Oct. 25).

Julie Jarrett Junior Mahomet, Ill./Mahomet-Seymour 4K 5K 6K

Jarrett’s Top Times

Badger Classic (9/3/10) National Catholic Invitational (9/17/10) GLVC Championships (10/25/08)

15:26.5 19:34 24:39.25

2010 Highlights: Br. David Delahanty Award winner, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in four cross country meets...finished 22nd at the 5K National Catholic Invitational (Sept. 17), crossing the finish line in 19:34...took 31st at the 5K Illini Open (Oct. 22) with a time of

2007 Highlights: Named to the Academic All-GLVC team...claimed Lewis’ third-fastest time at the Bradley Cross Country Open (Sept. 7) with a mark of 20:40...was the top performer for Lewis at the Illinois Intercollegiate Cross Country Meet (Sept. 14) with a mark of 20:16.96...led all Lewis runners at the Roy Griak Invitational (Sept. 29) with a time of 25:03...was the second-fastest Flyer at the Border War Invitational (Oct. 6) with a time of 19:56.86...finished 17th overall at the GLVC Cross Country Championships (Oct. 20) with a time of 23:34...finished second among Lewis runners at the Great Lakes Regional (Nov. 3) with a time of 23:30.87. Prep/Personal: Three-year cross country letterwinner and two-year track and field letterwinner for Mt. Assisi...three-time Academic All-Conference selection...two-time cross country state qualifier and team MVP...named cross country newcomer of the year as a freshman...second honor roll for all four years...daughter of Michael and Mary Hague...major is nursing.

19:35. 2009 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence...participated in seven cross country meets...her best finish was a 36th-place mark of 21:01 at the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11). 2008 Highlights: Delahanty Award recipient given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and named to Academic All-GLVC team...ran a season-best 5K time of 21:08.99 at the Ferris State Bulldog Cross Country Invitational (Sept. 20). Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner in cross country and track and field for Mahomet-Seymour... also competed in basketball...four-time all-area and all-conference selection in track and field... four-time all-area and three-time all-conference selection in cross country...was a member of the state qualifying 4x800 relay team as a sophomore...claimed the 1,600-meter run and 4x800 sectional championship as a junior...earned the sectional championships in the 800-meter run and 4x800 relay as a senior...member of the high honor roll and National Honor Society...daughter of Jeff and Paula Jarrett...major is marketing.

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2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence, and named to Academic All-GLVC squad...competed in five cross country meets... placed 45th at the 5K Illini Open (Oct. 22), with a time of 20:13... finished 24th at the 6K GLVC Championships (Nov. 6) in 23:20

Hague’s Top Times

Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (9/4/09) Illini Open (10/22/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)


Hailey Justes Senior Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge

2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country

4K 5K 6K

Justes’ Top Times

Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (8/29/08) Illini Open (10/22/10) GLVC Championships (10/25/08)

Sarah Kearney Freshman Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South

17:39 21:25 24:57.34

4K 5K 6K

2010 Highlights: Competed in three cross country meets...turned in a career-best 5K time of 21:25 at the Illini Open (Oct. 22)...placed 57th at the 5K National Catholic JV Invitational (Sept. 17) with a time of 22:53.9.

2007 Highlights: Was Lewis’ No. 5 runner at the Roy Griak Invitational (Sept. 29) with a time of 27:24...was the fourth fastest Flyer at the Border War Invitational (Oct. 6) with a time of 21:34.28. Prep/Personal: Daughter of Matthew Justes and Sue Ewald...major is psychology.

4K 5K 6K

Prep/Personal: Four-year varsity letterwinner in track and field and three-year varsity letterwinner in cross country for Glenbard South...two-time All-Conference selection and state qualifier in track and field...was a member of track and field conference championship as a freshman and sectional championship squad as a senior...placed second in cross country regionals as a junior on her way to All-Conference honors and helping squad to regional championships...daughter of Edmund and Cristine Kearney...major is elementary/special education.

Ashley Lucas Junior Elgin, Ill./St. Edward

2009 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in five cross country meets for the Flyers...placed 20th overall in the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11) with a time of 20:06.

Lucas’ Top Times

2008 Highlights: Named to Academic All-GLVC team...Competed in all seven cross country meets for the Flyers, highlighted by a 21st place finish of 21:22 at the Bradley Open (Sept. 12).

Badger Classic (9/3/10) Greater Louisville Classic (10/2/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)

15:58.3 19:32.04 23:56

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in five cross country meets...finished 46th at the 5K National Catholic Invitational (Sept. 17) with a mark of 20:13...ran a career-best 5K time of 19:32.04 at the Greater Louisville Classic (Oct. 2)...took 41st place at the 6K GLVC Championships (Nov. 6) in 23:56.

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17:42.9 21:21 26:10

2010 Highlights: Br. David Delahanty Award winner, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence, and Academic All-GLVC selection...competed in five cross country meets...finished 47th at the 5K National Catholic JV Invitational (Sept. 17) in 22:13.6...finished 61st at the 5K Illini Open (Oct. 22) in a season-best time of 21:21.

2009 Highlights: Participated in six cross country meets. 2008 Highlights: Competed in five cross country meets for the Flyers.

Kearney’s Top Times

Badger Classic (9/3/10) Illini Open (10/22/10) NCAA Midwest Regional Championships (11/6/10)

Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track and field for St. Edward Central Catholic...four-time All-Suburban Christian Conference cross country selection, two-time runner-up and champion as a freshman...two-time cross country state qualifier...placed 19th overall at the state cross country championship as a freshman...two-time state qualifier in track and field... three-time track and field captain and two-time team MVP...set the school-record in the 3,200-meter run and as a member of the 4x800 relay team...four-time Academic-All Conference selection...four year member of the high honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society...daughter of Bill and Nancy Lucas...major is athletic training.

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Genevieve McBride Sophomore Dixon, Ill./Dixon 4K 5K 6K

McBride’s Top Times

Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (9/4/09) Bradley Open (9/11/09) GLVC Championships (10/24/09)

Amanda Porter Junior Commercial Point, Ohio/Shawnee State 16:46 20:45 26:08.05

4K 5K 6K

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in one cross country meet, finishing 66th at the 5K National Catholic JV Invitational (Sept. 17) in 23:07.9.

Prep/Personal: Three-year varsity letterwinner in both cross country and track and field for Dixon High School...served as team captain for both cross country and track and field as a senior...as a sophomore, won the NCIC Junior Varsity mile championship...was a member of the NCIC championship 4x800 relay team...as a senior, was a member of the conference and regional championship cross country squad that finished fourth in the state...daughter of Robert and Carolyn McBride...major is accounting.

Sebby’s Top Times

Badger Classic (9/3/10) Greater Louisville Classic (10/2/10) GLVC Championships (11/6/10)

2010 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence...used season as redshirt campaign and will retain two years of eligibility. 2009 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in seven cross country meets and was a runner-up in three of those events...finished second in the Elmhurst Earlybird Invite (Sept. 4) with a 4K time of 14:59...repeated that performance the following week at the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11) with a personal-best time of 18:21...placed 10th overall at the highly prestigious 6K Roy Griak Invitational (Sept. 27) with a time of 23:07.29...claimed second-place honors at the 6K GLVC Championships (Oct. 24) with a personal-best time of 22:39.26. Prior to Lewis: Competed for Shawnee State for one season...qualified for the National Championships, both as an individual and as a member of the team. Prep/Personal: Two-time track and field MVP and team captain for Teays Valley...was a regional qualifier in the 3,200-meter run...selected as cross country team MVP as a senior...qualified for the cross country regionals...winner of the U.S. Marine Corp Female Athlete of the Year...helped Teays Valley to a pair of Conference Track and Field championships as a sophomore and junior...four-year member of the honor roll...member of the National Honor Society...daughter of Deanna Kurzydlo...major is sports management.

Krysten Sebby Redshirt Freshman Yorkville, Ill./Yorkville 4K 5K 6K

14:59 18:21 22:39.26

15:44 19:59.29 23:52

2010 Highlights: Competed in five cross country meets...placed 45th at the 4K Badger Classic (Sept. 3) with a time of 15:44...finished 58th at the 5K National Catholic Invitational (Sept. 17) with a seasonbest time of 20:32...finished 35th at the 6K GLVC Championships (Nov. 6) in 23:52. 2009 Highlights: Redshirted cross country campaign. Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track and field for Yorkville...fourtime cross country team MVP...four-time All-Conference track and field selection...named track and field Rookie of the Year as a freshman...as a senior, helped Yorkville to a regional championship and a 20th-place finish at the state cross country championships...won both the conference and sectional 800-meter run titles and finished third overall at the IHSA State Championships...ran a leg of the state championship 4x800 relay as a senior that set a state record...member of the ‘A-B’ honor roll... daughter of Bruce and Kolien Sebby...major is special education with an emphasis in math.

Kasia Arient won the NCAA Cross Country title in 1997.

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2010 Lewis University Women’s Cross Country

2009 Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award, given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence and Academic All-GLVC honoree...competed in seven cross country meets... turned in season-best finish of 32nd place (20:45) at the 5K Bradley Open (Sept. 11).

Porter’s Top Times

Elmhurst Earlybird Invitational (9/4/09) Bradley Open (9/11/09) GLVC Championships (10/24/09)


This is Lewis University

LEWIS UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Located 30 minutes southwest of Chicago, Lewis University is a comprehensive, Catholic university, where the traditions of liberal learning and preparation for professional life give the University its educational identity and Mission focus. Lewis provides more than 80 programs of undergraduate study, 22 graduate programs, and accelerated programs for working adults through the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Nursing and Health Professions. Premier programs include aviation, criminal/social justice, education, nursing, and business. Lewis is one of many schools sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers with 328 years of teaching experience in the Lasallian tradition.

MISSION LEWIS UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT BROTHER JAMES GAFFNEY, FSC Brother James Gaffney, FSC, President of Lewis University since 1988, has provided leadership during a period of significant growth that has seen enrollment increase to more than 6,000 students, while the University has received regional and even national recognition for its academic quality. During his tenure, the entire campus has been transformed through numerous construction and renovation projects, amounting to an investment of more than $135 million. Academic offerings have dramatically expanded throughout all four colleges of the University to include more than 80 undergraduate programs, 22 graduate degrees and a doctoral program (Ed.D. in Educational Leadership). A School of Professional and Continuing Education has been established to better serve working adults. Brother James participates as a director, trustee or board member of more than 15 educational, religious, civic, corporate and community organizations and agencies. A member and former chair of the Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities, he also serves on the Executive Council of Chicago Metropolis 2020. He chairs the board of the Housing Foundation of Will County, is Vice Chairman for the Will County Community Foundation and is an active board member for the Will County Center for Economic Development and First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. He represents Lewis on the Great Lakes Valley Conference Council of Presidents. A past Board member for Catholic Charities (Joliet Diocese), he serves currently on the Corporate Board of Provena Health. A member of the De La Salle Christian Brothers, he chairs the Lasallian Association of Colleges and Universities.

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Lewis University, guided by its Catholic and Lasallian heritage, provides to a diverse student population programs for a liberal and professional education grounded in the interaction of knowledge and fidelity in the search for truth. Lewis promotes the development of the complete person through the pursuit of wisdom and justice. Fundamental to its Mission is a spirit of association which fosters community in all teaching, learning and service.

HISTORY

Founded in 1932 under the direction of the Chicago Archdiocese and Bishop Bernard J. Sheil, Lewis began as the Holy Name Technical School, a school for boys and was established on 170 acres of farmland donated by Michael and Frances Fitzpatrick of Lockport. Aviation technology became the special emphasis of instruction and the origin of today’s highly regarded Department of Aviation and Transportation Studies. During World War II, hundreds of Navy flight instructors were trained at Lewis. In 1952, the school

was renamed the Lewis College of Science and Technology and granted its first baccalaureate degrees. In 1960, the De La Salle Christian Brothers - members of a 328-year-old religious order devoted exclusively to teaching and named after Saint John Baptist de La Salle, their founder and Patron Saint of Educators – assumed direction of the institution. Today, with growing enrollment, outstanding programs, experienced faculty and motivated students, Lewis University is recognized as one of the finest, mid-sized, comprehensive Catholic universities in the country.

AFFILIATION

Private, co-educational Catholic and Lasallian University that was founded in 1932. One of approximately 100 universities worldwide sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers.

LOCATION

Main campus situated on 376 beautiful acres in Romeoville, Illinois just 30 minutes southwest of Chicago.

CAMPUS SITES

Romeoville, Chicago, Hickory Hills, Oak Brook, Shorewood, Tinley Park and Albuquerque (NM)

ENROLLMENT

6,000 total students – 4,100 undergraduate and 1,900 graduate students.

FACULTY

200 full-time. Student / faculty ratio is 14:1

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

•College of Arts and Sciences •College of Business •College of Education •College of Nursing and Health Professions •School for Professional and Continuing Education


This is Lewis University

PHONE NUMBERS

DEGREES

•Associate of Science (A.S.) •Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) •Bachelor of Elected Studies (B.E.S.) •Bachelor of Science (B.S.) •Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) •Master of Arts (M.A.) •Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) •Master of Education (M.Ed.) •Master of Science (M.S.) •Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) •Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) •Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

PROGRAMS

•Nationally-ranked Mock Trial Team •Award-winning student newspaper The Flyer •First all digital college radio station in the country •One of only 14 accredited programs in Athletic Training among private universities in Illinois •Second largest undergraduate program in Criminal Social/Justice among private universities in Illinois •The oldest Aviation program among universities in Illinois •The only University aviation program in Illinois with an airport on campus •Located in Will County, one of the fastest growing counties in the country •Largest graduate program in School Counseling and Guidance in Illinois

More than 80 undergraduate majors and programs of study and 22 graduate programs.

FOCUS

Professional and career preparation in a liberal arts tradition

ACTIVITIES

More than 30 active student organizations.

RESIDENCE HALLS

Twelve residence halls housing 1,300 students.

ALUMNI

More than 35,000

NOTABLE

•Named “A Best Midwestern College” by The Princeton Review •Rated “Top Tier” by U.S. News and World Report •Largest bachelor’s degree program in Nursing in Illinois •Nationally-ranked Flight Team

DID YOU KNOW? LEWIS UNIVERSITY...

• is a pioneer in aviation education, and owns a Boeing 737 jet, donated by United Airlines, utilized for aviation clinical experiences. • is the ninth largest private university in Illinois. • has the state’s second largest undergraduate program in criminal/social justice (among private institutions). • is nationally recognized for its Peer Ministry Program, Work Study Program, and the ROTC program. • has students who recently achieved a 100% pass rate on certification exams in Education; as well as students who earned a 97% pass rate on their licensure exams in Nursing. • is wireless at the main campus. • is one of 32 schools nationally to be selected by the FAA to offer a degree in Air Traffic Control.

Main Phone .............................................(800) 897-9000 Admission ................................................ (815) 836-5250 Alumni Relations ....................................(815) 836-5472 Athletics ....................................................(815) 836-5247 Financial Aid Services .......................... (815) 836-5263 Graduate and Adult Admission.. .......... (815) 836-5610 Marketing/Communications .................(815) 836-5291 President’s Office .................................. (815) 836-5230 Registrar .................................................. (815) 836-5133 Student Services ....................................(815) 836-5275 University Advancement .......................(815) 836-5244

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

• The Scholars Academy and Connections Program, offering intellectually challenging opportunities to pursue learning beyond scheduled coursework. • The Study Abroad Program, providing learning opportunities in Ireland, Mexico, England, Italy, China and elsewhere. • Community service projects, including volunteer outreach in Appalachia, Mexico and Bolivia. • Pre-professional programs in the health professions, engineering and law. • The Lewis University Airport, providing hands-on instructional experience for students majoring in aviation, directly adjacent to campus. • Unique academic programs including a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership for Teaching and Learning, Master of Science degrees in Public Safety Administration and Information Security, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Forensic Criminal Investigation and Aviation Security.

LEADING REASONS TO ENROLL AT LEWIS

1. Career and professional preparation in a liberal arts tradition. 2. Mid-sized university with comprehensive opportunities. 3. Ideal location. 4. Faculty focused on teaching. 5. Outstanding facilities and learning environment. 6. Programs to prepare you for today’s careers. 7. Values based education. 8. Attention to the whole person. 9. Affordable.

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This is Lewis University

LEWIS UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR DAN SCHUMACHER When Dan Schumacher was hired as Lewis University’s Director of Athletics in June of 2006, the Chicago native knew the heights that the Flyers Athletics program could reach as a department. With great vision comes great expectations, and Schumacher and the Flyers have most certainly delivered. Since his arrival, Lewis has won five regular-season Great Lakes Valley Conference championships and nine GLVC Tournament championships, while making appearances in 12 NCAA Tournaments, including the men’s soccer team’s run to the ‘Final Four’ in 2009. While the Flyers have made improvements on the field, the fields have also been improved during Schumacher’s tenure, as there has been over $500,000 worth of facility upgrades on the Romeoville campus. Schumacher helped speed up the facility upgrade timeline by forming the Varsity Club, an organized,

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non-profit fundraising arm of the Lewis University Athletic Department that supports small-scale capital improvements. Neil Carey Arena, home of both basketball and volleyball teams, has seen the most upgrades as it now features a new floor, scoreboards, a video board, island baskets and retractable bleachers which has increased the seating to over 1,000. Both the men’s and women’s swimming teams have directly benefitted from Schumacher’s efforts, as the Lewis Swimming Pool now has a state-of-the-art scoring system which has allowed the program to increase its home schedule. The locker rooms in Neil Carey Arena have been remodeled and are now equipped with flat screen televisions. Lewis now has the ability to video stream all of their home basketball games and volleyball matches from the Arena on www.LewisFlyers.com. Schumacher has also helped make the John F. Kennedy Sports Center become more ‘Flyer Friendly’, as the hallways proudly display Lewis Athletics Artwork and each office has furniture that has the Lewis Flyers Athletics logo emblazoned on it. The Athletic Training room has been remodeled and now holds custom tables, cabinets, flooring and an ice machine. Outside the JFK Sports Center, the Lewis softball team now has new dugouts, a new press box and a custom windscreen for the outfield fence, while the outfield fence of Brennan Field, home of the Flyer baseball team, now has a custom windscreen as well. On the docket for both fields are brand new Daktronics scoreboards, which are slated to be finished by the 2011 season. What Schumacher is most proud of, however, is the performance of his student-athletes in the classroom. In the past three years, the graduation rate for Lewis student-athletes has risen from 60% to as high as 86%, while the Flyers’ Academic Success Rate (ASR) has peaked at a remarkable 98%, Schumacher has brought along seven new head

coaches, including women’s volleyball coach Lorelee Smith and men’s basketball coach Scott Trost. Smith has won two Great Lakes Valley Conference regular season championships, along with two GLVC Tournament championships while losing just 17 matches in three seasons. In his second season as the head coach, Trost led the Flyers to 20 wins for just the 14th time in school history, as well as an appearance in the GLVC Tournament finals and a berth in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004. A 1986 Carl Sandburg High School graduate, Schumacher was responsible for the financial administration of Winona State athletics. Among his duties were marketing and promotions, development, external relations, corporate relations, facilities oversight, budgeting and NCAA compliance. Schumacher was the primary catalyst of a two-year campaign that generated $3 million, through private donations and newly developed athletics department revenue channels, for major improvements to Winona State’s soccer, football, baseball, softball and basketball facilities. He also spearheaded a project that transformed a $42,000 annual corporate sponsorship program into an annual corporate/external relations program that generates $500,000 in scholarships for Winona State athletics and the WSU Foundation. Schumacher spent seven years with Conseco Finance Corporation prior to joining the Winona State staff, serving as Senior Credit Manager from 1995-98 and as Vice President from 1998-2002. He was a Branch Manager for TCF Bank and Mortgage Corporation in Minneapolis from 1990-95. Schumacher earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations (business administration minor) in 1989 and a master’s degree in educational/school administration in 2005, both at Winona State. As a member of the WSU football team, he garnered All-America honors and served two seasons as a team captain. Schumacher and wife Kristin are the parents of daughter Kasey (15) and sons Jack (12) and Declan (8).


This is Lewis University

MEET THE STAFF

Director of Athletics Dan Schumacher

Associate Athletics Director Tim Gotto

Assistant Athletics Director Brian Summers

Senior Woman Adminstrator/ Head Women’s Basketball Coach Lisa Carlsen

Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Nancy Workman

Sports Information Director Matt Brendich

Academic Advisor Courtney Davis

Head Athletic Trainer Liz D’Elia

Assistant to the Athletics Director Sherri Kavanagh

Head Baseball Coach Tim McDonough

Head Men’s Basketball Coach Scott Trost

Head Cross Country/ Track and Field Coach Dana Schwarting

Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach Skip Steffey

Head Men’s Soccer Coach Evan Fiffles

Head Women’s Soccer Coach Chris Koenig

Head Softball Coach George DiMatteo

Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach Steve Thompson

Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach Brett Bridel

Head Men’s Volleyball Coach Dan Friend

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach Lorelee Smith

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Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Didi Barreto

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Coach Andy Cole

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Meshia Easley

Assistant Cross Country/ Track and Field Coach Rick Hammer

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Kara Kabellis

Assistant Cross Country/ Track and Field Coach James Kearney

Assistant Facilities/ Games Management Tim Kraft

Assistant Softball Coach John Mackinson

Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach Matt McCarthy

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Dannie Merida

Assistant Baseball Coach Jon Moore

Assistant Tennis Coach Taynara Moraes

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach Emily Olsen

Assistant Athletics Trainer Rachael Patera

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Jennifer Pfeiffer

Assistant Track and Field Coach Kathie Posa

Assistant Track and Field Coach Nathan Probst

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Condric Sanders

Assistant Softball Coach Mandy Satunas

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach Sheila Shaw

Assistant Sports Information Director Derrick Sloboda

Assistant Baseball Coach Scott Sobkowiak

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Tracy Summers

Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach Gerard Weik

STAFF DIRECTORY Director of Athletics Dan Schumacher...................................................................836-5247 Associate Director of Athletics Tim Gotto ............................................................. 836-5612 Assistant Director of Athletics Brian Summers..................................................836-5228 Senior Woman Adminstrator/ Head Women’s Basketball Coach Lisa Carlsen ....................................................836-5876 Sports Information Director Matt Brendich ......................................................... 836-5229 Head Athletic Trainer Liz D’Elia ................................................................................. 836-5614 Head Baseball Coach Tim McDonough.................................................................... 836-5254 Head Men’s Basketball Coach Scott Trost ............................................................. 836-5451

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Head Cross Country/Track and Field Coach Dana Schwarting.......................836-5563 Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach Skip Steffey ..............................................836-5901 Head Men’s Soccer Coach Evan Fiffles ..................................................................836-5495 Head Women’s Soccer Coach Chris Koenig ..........................................................836-5496 Head Softball Coach George DiMatteo ................................................................... 836-5547 Head Swimming Coach Steve Thompson ...............................................................836-5526 Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach Brett Bridel ......................................... 836-5770 Head Men’s Volleyball Coach Dan Friend ................................................................836-5447 Head Women’s Volleyball Coach Lorelee Smith ....................................................836-5775


This is Lewis University

FIELDS OF DREAMS

Neil Carey Arena - home of Lewis men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s volleyball.

Lewis Softball Field - home of Lewis softball.

Brennan Field - home of Lewis baseball.

Lewis Swimming Pool - home of Lewis men’s and women’s swimming.

Lewis Tennis Courts - home of Lewis men’s and women’s tennis.

Prairie Bluff Golf Course - home of Lewis men’s and women’s golf.

Lewis Recreation Center Field House - home for Lewis men’s and women’s indoor track and field.

Lewis Soccer Field- home of Lewis men’s and women’s soccer.

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FLYER POINTS OF PRIDE

• In the past three years, student-athlete graduation rate has risen to as high as 86%, while the Flyers’ Academic Success Rate (ASR) has peaked at a remarkable 98%. • Lewis student-athletes set a new school-record, as 144 individuals earned Br. David Delahanty Student Athlete Awards in 2008-09. The Delahanty Award recognizes student-athletes who maintained a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.25 or higher. • Lewis finished 48th overall in the 2009-10 NACDA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. That was 18th overall among all private institutions and the Flyers had the fourth-highest score of any team from the Great Lakes Valley Conference. • With projects ranging from ROTC Operation Good Time, the United Way and Habitat for Humanity at least 75% of Lewis student-athletes participated in a community service project last year totaling over 6,500 hours. • The Lewis University women’s basketball program earned the 2009-10 Spread Your Wings Championship, in the closest finish in the three-year history of the intra-department competition. ‘Spread Your Wings’ is a community engagement initiative which incorporates the five commitment areas (academic, athletic, career development, personal development, and service) of the NCAA/CHAMPS Lifeskills program. • Lewis was second in the GLVC with 123 selections to the 2010 Academic All-GLVC team. Nearly half of the Flyers’ eligible student-athletes were named to the team as 47.1% (123of-261) earned that distinction. • Since 2006-07 the Flyers have won seven regular season GLVC Championships and 11 GLVC tournament championships. 14 Lewis teams have qualified for the NCAA Tournament during this time. • Lewis has won the GLVC All Sports Trophy 12 times. • Lewis men’s golfer Paul Dagys became the first Flyer student-athlete to be named to the ESPN/ CoSIDA Academic All-America Team since 2007. • The Lewis University men’s tennis, women’s cross country, women’s volleyball and women’s soccer programs earned 2009-10 Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) Team Academic Awards. The honor recognizes teams with a 3.30 grade point average for the academic year. • In 2010-11, Kathryn Hague (women’s cross country) and Rachel Ruedi (women’s volleyball) earned All-America honors for the second-straight year along with Lauren Seliga (women’s volleyball).


2010 Lewis Women's Cross Country Media Guide  

2010 Lewis Women's Cross Country Media Guide

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