ATHLETICS Annual Report A Year of Athletic & Academic Excellence
A GREAT YEAR TO BE A MARAUDER! As we look back at the past year, I am deeply proud of the successes
As I reflect back on my first six months as your Director of Athletics, I’ve never
our athletes attained on and off the field. As an alum of this outstanding
felt more confident that we can accomplish greatness. The support from the
institution and a former Marauder baseball player, I am humbled and honored
University, alumni and community members has been overwhelming, but it will
to be writing this first letter to our Marauder faithful and Black & Gold Club
take uniting this support to become the premier program we aspire to be. If you
members. It’s truly an honor to represent our alumni and program supporters
are a current Black & Gold member, I want to thank you.
as your Director of Athletics. The pride in our history and traditions is remarkable, and I can assure you I do not take this responsibility lightly. As we embark on this new chapter of Millersville athletics, it’s more important than ever that we unite as ONE Marauder family. I have bold aspirations for Marauder athletics. A vision where the Black & Gold are once again the premier athletic program in the PSAC. We will strive for
Your contributions change the lives of our student-athletes and empower our coaches to provide a championship experience. We couldn’t do it without you. If you are seeking ways to support our program, I encourage you to support the Black & Gold. Respectfully,
greatness in serving our student-athletes and providing them with a first-class championship experience. We will accomplish this by prioritizing student success, competitive excellence, program integrity, fundraising, and marketing and branding. We will take pride in our actions by doing things the right way, creating a culture that our alumni and program supporters can be proud of. Most importantly, we will graduate our student-athletes and develop them into the leaders of tomorrow.
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Miles Gallagher Director of Athletics | Millersville University
BASEBALL made a historical run to the NCAA Championship, finishing as the national runner-up. The team won a PSAC-record 53 games, played for a third consecutive PSAC Championship, won its fourth consecutive PSAC East title and achieved the first No. 1 national ranking in program history.
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MISSION A commitment to serving our student-athletes and the University through the vehicle of intercollegiate athletics.
VISION Provide a championship experience that develops leaders who change the world.
FIELD HOCKEY reached the NCAA Tournament for a third consecutive season and played for a fourth consecutive PSAC Championship.
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STUDENT SUCCESS The Marauders achieved an Academic Success Rate of 79%, which is in PSAC’s Top Tier.
Team Academic Awards
More than 100 PSAC Scholar-Athletes for ninth consecutive year.
Women’s Lacrosse | WLCA
Women’s tennis recorded highest women’s team GPA of 3.39.
F ield Hockey | NFHCA Softball | NFCA Women’s Track and Field | USTFCCCA Women’s Volleyball | AVCA
Men’s tennis recorded highest men’s team GPA of 3.26.
Women’s VOLLEYBALL and women’s TENNIS had a 100% Academic Success Rate.
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STUDENT SUCCESS continued
OUR ATHLETES, SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY BUBBA JOINS BASEBALL TEAM ON TEAM IMPACT SIGNING DAY Eight-year-old Keith “Bubba” Wagner became a member of the Marauder baseball team on a special draft day event. Bubba has dealt with serious medical conditions since birth but was in the dugout at every Marauder home game and served as a daily inspiration to the team.
ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS Grace Magerr | Women’s Swimming CSAA Robby Rowe | Men’s Golf Cleveland Golf Cassidy Pinchorski | NFCA Megan McCurdy | NFCA Kirsten Hertzog | NFCA Mandy Hammond | NFCA Raeann Buskey | NFCA Jaynie Black | NFCA Brianna Andraos | NFCA Brittany Smith | NFCA Morgan Yoder | NFCA Maria Spinosa | NFCA Lauren Gerhart | NFHCA 6 | M I L L E R S V I L L E U N I V E R S I T Y • w w w.m il l er s v il l eath l etic s.co m
Abby Spanos | NFHCA Kayla Bixler | NFHCA Carly Castle | NFHCA Dana DeBalko | NFHCA Katie DeLuca | NFHCA Noelle Lorson | NFHCA Aliza Mizak | NFHCA Vanessa Schneider | NFHCA Robyn Spatichia | NFHCA Margaret Thorwart | NFHCA Courtney Weaver | NFHCA Erin Harman | USTFCCCA Vanessa Hower | USTFCCCA Erin Madison | USTFCCCA Amanda Myers | USTFCCCA
STUDENT SUCCESS continued
SCHOLARS OF DISTINCTION Kayla Bixler | NFHCA Margaret Thorwart | NFHCA Dan Debalko | NFHCA Courtney Weaver | NFHCA
COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Robby Rowe | Golf (At Large) Kayla Bixler | Field Hockey (At Large) Bridget Hufnagel | Lacrosse (At Large) Mandy Hammond | Softball (First Team)
PSAC TOP 10 AWARD Bridget Hufnagel | Lacrosse Winner of PSAC Top 10 Award, CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team, 3.81 GPA Kayla Bixler | Field Hockey Winner of NFHCA Scholar of Distinction Award, 3.98 GPA, CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team
COMMUNITY SERVICE EVEREST’S Millersville University student-athletes not WISH REVEALED only balance life in the classroom and in competition, but are also integral members of the community, giving back over 1,100 hours of community service this year.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, comprised of representatives from each of the 19 teams, played an integral part in the community service efforts and was awarded the University’s Excellence in Service and Civic Engagement Award at the conclusion of the 2015-16 academic year.
After raising more than $5,000 for Make-A-Wish, Millersville athletics earned the opportunity to host a Wish Reveal for local child Everest Kennedy. Everest’s wish of a trip to LEGOLAND® was granted during halftime of the Feb. 20 basketball game.
Some of the organizations that our Marauder student-athletes work with include: Make-A-Wish Red Card Cancer LAX-4-Life Team IMPACT Water Street Mission St. Baldrick’s Buchanan Elementary School Lancaster Recreation American Cancer Society Lancaster General Hospital Wheatland Middle School Hempfield and Conestoga Youth Football Local park cleanup Penn Manor Elementary St. Anne’s School Columbia Food Bank Girls on the Run M I L L E R S V I L L E U N I V E R S I T Y • S e aso n in R e v ie w | 7
A YEAR OF COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE
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Women’s GOLF made history by winning the PSAC Championship in just its sixth season of existence. Three Marauders were named All-PSAC.
FOOTBALL’S Rasheed Johnson became the team’s first All-PSAC East First Team defensive back since 2006. Men’s GOLF made its fourth consecutive NCAA Super Regional appearance. Men’s SOCCER reached a No. 2 national ranking, finishing as the PSAC runner-up and hosting an NCAA Division II Tournament game. WRESTLING’S Alex Baider placed sixth at the NCAA Super Region 1 Championships. Women’s BASKETBALL won 19 games, reaching the PSAC Semifinals.
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COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE continued
Women’s LACROSSE scored its most wins since 1990 and qualified for the PSAC Tournament for the first time since 2001.
Women’s SOCCER played its first season under the direction of Marauder alum Matt Procopio. Under first-year head coach Jen Probst, SOFTBALL reached the PSAC Tournament for the first time in program history and came within two wins of the program record. Women’s SWIMMING scored its first top-10 finish at the PSAC Championships since 2006. Women’s TENNIS finished second in the PSAC East standings and reached the PSAC Semifinals. VOLLEYBALL’S Brooklyn Smith set the program record for digs in a career and was named All-PSAC East for a third consecutive season. Women’s indoor TRACK AND FIELD was led by Kiara Allen, who won the PSAC title in the 60-meter dash.
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A YEAR OF CELEBRATIONS ALL-PSAC SELECTIONS 43 All-PSAC selections
COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS STEVE WIDDOWSON PSAC Men’s Soccer and NSCAA Atlantic Region Coach of the Year
Women’s outdoor TRACK AND FIELD placed third in the PSAC for a third consecutive season. Marauders won four events and totaled 10 All-PSAC finishes. Erin Madison and Amanda Myers qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships.
JON SHEHAN PSAC East Baseball, ABCA Atlantic Region and HERO Sports Division II Coach of the Year AKIL STOKES (Pictured at left) USTFCCCA Track and Field Assistant Coach of the Year SCOTT VANDEGRIFT PSAC Women’s Golf Coach of the Year
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COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE continued
PSAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD Millersville has produced nine PSAC Freshman of the Year Award winners in each of the last two years, more than any other school in the PSAC. Millersville’s five in 2015-16 was a PSAC high.
Danielle Greene, Women’s Golf Sunflower Greene, Outdoor Track and Field Aliza Mizak, Field Hockey Sarah Sambrick, Women’s Tennis Cordell Shannon, Baseball
ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Jaime Vazquez, Men’s Soccer Brandon Miller, Baseball (Pitcher of the Year) Erin Madison, Track & Field (PSAC Championship MVP)
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ALL-AMERICANS Jaime Vazquez Lauren Gerhart Olive Hershey Aliza Mizak Taylor Parker Brandon Miller Mitch Stoltzfus Chas McCormick Erin Madison
MLB DRAFT PICKS
Brandon Miller | 6th round, Seattle Mariners Reid Anderson | 17th round, Texas Rangers Tyler Orris | 33rd round, Colorado Rockies Jim McDade | Free agent, San Diego Padres
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BLACK & GOLD CLUB INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS PLATINUM $5,000+ Kyle Almoney Judith Anttonen `76 Ralph Anttonen Jacqueline Balderston `69 Neysa Callahan `81 Michael Callahan `81 Joanne Cooper `67 Bennett Cooper, J.D., L.H.D., `67 Charles Gambino Brian Gladden `87 M. Constance Greeley, D.D.S. James Harf, Ph.D. `61 Ruthi Joseph William McIlwaine Dianne Semingson Marjorie Trout Michael Van Gavree `90 Betty Waetjen Ronald Wilson `79 GOLD$1,500-$4,999 Richard Cornogg Douglas Dalrymple Jennifer Dickinson `80 David Dickinson `80 Thomas Ecker `75 Lori Ecker `77 Susan Eckert Gerald Eckert Gretchen Horan `87 Daniel Horan `86
Martha MacAdam `83 Michael Murphy Dennis Murphy Philip Over `90 Robert Slabinski `78 Jeffrey Sollars `91 David Van Gilder `71 Ronald Weaver Margaret Whitcraft `49 SILVER $500-$1,499 Daniel Audette Paula Bamford `01 Frederick Binder Peter Bollman Donna Borst `73 Carl Borst `72 Joan Bowman `63 Gregory Breitbach Gary Collins `69 Linda Collins `68 Patricia Conrad `68 Gary Conrad `72 Barbara Corbo `65 Dominick DiNunzio, Ph.D., `53 Helen DiNunzio Carla Dudeck `71 Robert Ebert Barbara Forrester-Landis `95 Scott Francis `73 Richard Frerichs `64 Scott Fritz `98
Patricia Fyock `67 Eileen Gates-Sidelnick `75 Amy Gipprich `84 John Greene Chris Habecker `85 Kimberly Habecker Michael Hemak `67 Richard Hibshman `67 Joyce Hibshman `69 Nancy Hungerford `80 Charles Hungerford Jerri Johnson `76 Pamela Kaylor `00 Janice Lauris `99 Cora Longacre William Martin `81 John Novak Jr. Becky Ortega-Lyda `82 James Peterson Roger Raspen `67 Raymond Rychleski `79 Debra Schlegel John Sheaffer `68 Gerald Shehan Daniel Sidelnick, Ed.D., `75 Steven Small Wallace Stephenson Hilda Treasure `71 Blair Treasure Gail Twiford Allan Ulrich W. Vandegrift
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Barbara Waltman `73 Steven Widdowson BRONZE $250-$499 Christine Barger `74 Martin Barger `74 David Bazow `10 Donna Bazow Thomas Bell `83 Regina Belowsky Kathleen Bravin `10 Kelly Brenninger `84 Rodney Breyer John Brogan Paul Brubaker Stephen Burns Michelle Buskey Kristi Cassell-Burke `93 Evan Choy `18 Kathryn Cody David Cody Teresa Coller `94 Frank Coons `53 Cherlane Cotton `74 Margaret DeAngelis `69 Ronald DeAngelis Joan Decker `70 Barry Decker `70 Harry Dudeck Jr. `67 Deloris Ellis Joseph Fimple, CMFC, `95 Robert Fink Jr. `74
Thomas Freed Danielle Freed `16 Mary Fritz `73 Eugene Fritz Jeffrey Geiger Thomas Gerz Susan Glass `84 Joseph Glass `53 Thomas Grant Connie Hartman Ron Hartman Palmer Hossler `77 Raymond Kasper `69 Peg Kauffman `87 William Keim Mary Lehr `58 Robert Lehr `57 Mark Ludwig Richard McCann Jr. `75 Mary Beth McClay Howard McComas III Robert McCormick Donna McNaughton `72 Brian Miller Philip Neff Patricia O’Hern `67 Phil Overton Cathy Overton John Pavlick Jr. `61 David Salter Leonard Sanelli Jr. Kristen Sanelli
Kenneth Sheehan Sandra Stormfeltz `73 Charles Stormfeltz `72 James Strong William Stuckey Jr. `14 Gregory Williams Tae Woo MEMBER $25-$249 David Abrams `85 Ashley Ackerson Christopher Adams Steven Ader Robert Albinir Lance Albright `12 Elmer Allgyer Ronald Allison Stephen Amspacher Margaret Anderson James Anderson Lorenz Anton Thomas Anton Jodi Anton Brandie Arnold `96 Jason Arnold `94 Catherine Ash `85 Deborah Atkins `79 Mary Atkins Jason Auge `94 Todd Ayers Andrea Baker `89 Gary Baker
Bruce Baldus Richard Barbacane `70 A. Bard `51 Elmira Bard `48 Marina Barrineau `18 Thomas Barron `81 Dorothy Barron Constance Bates Daniel Bates Michele Behrens Elam Beiler Kyle Belanchik `12 Patricia Benson `09 Sandra Benson Bernadette Berardinelli David Bernet Richard Biddle `65 Eric Biggs Doris Binder Walter Bishop `10 Edward Black Robert Black Elmer Bland Jr. `89 Dennis Boisclair Kevin Bongiovani Sandra Bonner `63 Richard Bonneville John Booker Kirsten Bookmiller Robert Bookmiller Patrick Bostick William Bowen Janine Boyer `86 Rodney Brenize Douglas Bresadola Christine Brison Christine Brogan Beverly Brooks J. Brubaker Barry Buhay Robert Buonora Edgar Burgos
Dane Burkholder `02 Sandra Burns Barry Buskey Robert Butterwick `86 Dave Caggiano Michael Cahill Jr. Dennis Cain `74 Sheldon Cain Kerri Caldwell Karen Cale Mark Calhoun Timothy Campbell Terry Campbell Giana Campbell James Cantafio Robert Carson Albert Caruth Roberto Carvajal, M.D. Mary Cassidy-Pisano `77 Ronald Caulwell `61 Arlene Cessna `61 Craig Chapman David Christ Jr. `86 Patrick Ciasulla Thelma Clark `58 Parrish Clark Richard Close Thomas Clouse Richard Coller `91 William Collins Jr. `69 Patricia Conicelli James Cooper Nicholas Corbo, Ed.D., `67 George Cornelius Neal Corrigan John Coulson `73 D. Richard Coulton Ralph Creneti John Crossan William Cucculelli Diane Cunfer `81 Gerald Cunfer `69
Fred Dailey II John Damico William Davis III, USA Ret., `72 Meghan Davis `02 William Davis Matthew Davis John Davis Darrin Davis, D.D.S. Paul Dean Joseph Deane Alex DeCaria Michael DeCarolis John DeFrank `70 Stacie DeJesus `02 Lisa Delany Natalie DeLeonardis `75 John DeLeonardis `75 Jeannine DePaul-Nelson `93 David Derstine Jo Anne Deshon, Ed.D., `75 Patricia Deterline James DiCicco `68 Janet Dix `88 Bradley Dix Dale Dixon Magdaline Donaldson Brooke Donovan `04 Tracy Dorts Craig Douglass Teresa Downs `68 William Downs `69 George Drexl Matthew Dudas `12 John Ebert David Edwards Baron Edwards Steven Ehrlich Susan Elder `73 Charles Emerick William Etsweiler `76 Bradd Everly `91 Stacy Everly `92
Barbara Falkinburg `78 Eugene Faughnan Marc Felizzi Henry Fijalkowski Stacey Fink, M.D., Ph.D., `72 Edward Finsterbush Michael Fiorilla James Firestone Jr. `87 Suzanne Firestone Felicia Fisher Marylou Fissel Michael Fitzpatrick Stephen Flanagan Jr. Stephen Flanagan Colleen Fleck Douglas Flickinger Maria Flores `16 James Fogerty Donna Fox Mitchell Francis Michael Franek Veronica Franek George Frangakis Mark Fraser Gregory Freedland Kevin Frymyer Charles Fuller Jr. Patricia Fusco Joseph Fusco Miles Gallagher `10 Dale Garbutt-Lowry Robyn Garrett `81 David Garrett `80 Philip Gauffreau Christopher Gehlhaus Christine Gelatt Giancarlo Ghiardi Michele Giano `70 William Giblin Sr. Conor Gilbert `16 Melissa Gillenwater Francis Gillespie
Robert Gillespie Francis Gillespie Jr. Carol Gillespie Paul Giordano Nora Giurlando Ken Giurlando Harry Gleed Richard Gloeckler `69 Melissa Gohn John Golden Trevor Gontz `01 Judy Gontz `00 Sharon Goodman `96 Jeffrey Goodman `99 Bradley Gordon `04 Jeffrey Goyette Sr. Barbara Greenleaf Michael Grier Robert Grim John Guilfoyle Jr. `68 Debra Hadley Raymond Hadley Derek Hakes John Hakes Brad Hakes Diane Hakes Todd Hakes Wyatt Hall `08 Maria Hall `07 Wayne Hall Jeffrey Hammond Tammy Hanlon Jarvis Harley Dan Harnick Scott Harris Leslie Harrison Patsy Hartranft `62 Fred Harvey `72 Kathryn Haywood H Carl Heilig III Marilyn Heine, M.D. Richard Heisley
Harry Henkel Shane Henry `12 John Henry P. Herr Jennifer Hertzog James Herzog Joanne Hess John Hickey Steven Hildebrand Jr. Ralph Hilken Douglas Hinkle Meredith Hoffman `09 Margaret Hoffmann Fred Holland Timothy Hollenback `09 Tonya Hollinger Terence Houck Pamela Houseal `79 Philip Houseal `79 William Howell Jr. James Hower, Ph.D., `73 Richard Howey Richard Huck `73 Ethan Hulsey Richard Huneke Ray Hunsicker Thomas Imler Robert Immler Wendy Irvine Robert Ivone Lamar Jackson `97 David Jansen John Jespersen Paul Johnston Wallace Jones Klaus Juengling William Kahler Dennis Karli `76 Mary Karli `79 Ralph Kauffman Margaret Keefer William Keim
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Dale Keller Mary Kelly Theresa Kenny Karen Ketner-Fink Ronald Kin Verna King Kimberly Kinsella Patrick Kinsella Derek Kline `11 Sharon Knerr `88 David Kobie `90 Julia Kobie `89 Willard Kocher Richard Koehler David Kohler Robert Koontz III Kristine Kopan Derek Koulen Matthew Kozsuch Constance Krammes Kenneth Krout Robert Kuestner `95 Scott Kuiphoff Brian Kulp `72 Connie Kwiatkowski David Kyper Heidi Lahm, J.D., `88 Matthew Landis `91 Donald Landis John Lang Theresa Lang Tony Langione Larry Laskey Alice Latharp Albert Laun II William Lauris `64 Larry LeBlanc Suzanne Leger Patricia Leiby Arthur Lengacher Jr. `70 Edward Leppert Harry Leslie `80
Robert Ligda Douglas Link U. Linzey III Thomas Logan Todd Long Richard Longacre Ratta Long-Lowry Robert Lopez Quincy Lowry Terry Luckenbill `68 Emily Lunde `03 Eugene Lyda `73 John Lynch Jr. William MacPherson Richard Mader `64 Kevin Magerr Robert Magerr Mary Magerr Abbie Mahaffey `02 Keith Mahaffey `03 Elizabeth Major Mary Marasco Stephen Marcin III `67 John Matthews Mark Maurer Patricia Maurer Shawn Maxwell Gary Maxwell Patrick McCaffrey III `98 Sean McCarthy Derek McCarty `00 Mary McCleerey `91 James McCollum John McCormick Floyd McCurdy Richard McDonald John McElwee Sean McGarrigle Robert McGuire Jr. Brian McIntyre Dennis McKnight, Ed.D., `67 Thomas McMenamin
Edward McNett Jr. Chestley McNorton Dale McPherson `65 Edwin McRae Robert McShea Jr. Stacie Medina `97 Scott Medrow Michael Meizinger Michael Melillo Ryan Mellinger `02 Alexis Mendenhall `96 Myles Meredith Jr. Michael Merritt Robert Mesaros `64 Francis Metkus Douglas Mihalak Heather Miller `11 Daniel Miller Paul Miller Glen Miller David Misley Sr. Susan Mizak Penni Mladenoff Joyce Mock Preston Mock Michael Mock Michael Modica Robert Molin `68 Sal Monastero Gordon Moore Tim Moore John Moore Lois Morgan `54 Maurice Morgan Shileste Morris Claire Moyer `14 Eric Muir `73 Bernie Mullaney Helen Mullarkey Michael Murry Dana Myers `89 Craig Myers `89
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William Myers Jr. `15 Lawrence Nageotte Sean Naughton Renee Naughton Daniel Neff Steven Neider Jr. Nolan Neiman Jon Nelson Patrick Nelson Charles Nelson Virginia Nelson Joseph Nemeth Sean Nestor Nancy Nicholas Jennifer Nicholas Charlotte Nicotera Brenda Nolan Robert Noll `59 James Nordland Kathleen O’Donnell Rob O’Donnell Jennifer O’Donnell Al Oldakowski John O’Malley Donald Orner Jr. Scott Oste `09 Ginger Parker Christopher Pasik Richard Pasternak Lynne Pattison Gregory Patton Steven Paynter Elizabeth Peffer `93 Kenneth Peifer Jr. John Pendergast Elvani Pennil James Pennington Mary-Jane Pernice Karen Peterson James Peterson Robert Pettinelli Jr. `00 Jean Pflugrad
Brian Phelan Brian Philipanics `97 Robert Pierce `77 Nicole Pinchorski Ronald Pinchorski Samuel Pisano Jr. `77 Donna Pollard Dale Pommer Jeffrey Powell Robert Preli Robin Pruitt `90 Ibrahim Qaisi Clinton Quarterman David Rackovan `73 Wayne Ramsay Michael Rankin Robert Raquet Howard Rathman `86 Jennifer Rathman `86 Kenneth Ravel Michael Reardon Bonnie Redcay `72 Rick Rediker Randolph Redman Thomas Reilly Shawn Reinfried `96 Dwayne Reiter Patricia Renninger `75 G. Rexon Jr. James Roak `76 Janice Roak `76 Roger Robertson Mark Rolincik Frank Roscioli Patrick Ross `83 Phillip Rosu Roy Rowand Corbin Roward Thomas Rowe Jr. `73 Sheryl Rozman Harold Rush `71 Douglas Russell
Laura Sabol `93 J Sahm, Ed.D., `70 James Salinger William Salter III `77 Cheryl Sandorfi Helen Santaniello `62 John Schaffer Edward Schoenberger Jr. `64 Kathy Schoenberger `69 Cass Scholes `84 Linda Scholes `84 Dale Schwalm Ronald Schwartz Wesley Seitz Bernadette Selgrath Scott Selheimer `85 Amy Selheimer `85 E. Shane Timothy Sheaffer Patrick Sheehan Adam Sheer James Shields Jeffrey Shott Thomas Shultz, M.D. Carol Siegel Richard Silar `70 Scott Sinsel Michael Sinsel Andrew Slocum `11 David Slonac Joseph Slonac Mary Smart `73 Dalton Smart Jr. Michael Smith `89 Jennifer Smith `02 Ronald Smith Eric Smith Douglas Smith Debra Smith Donald Smith Robert Smullen Debra Snavely
John Snavely K. Nicolette Snell Donald Snider Mark Snyder Sr. Leonard Snyder Barbara Snyder Eugene Snyder Michael Somers Christopher Sosa Marc Soucy Harry Spak David Spak Suzanne Spak Michele Spinosa `13 Filomena Spinosa Ted Spinosa Steven Spohn `94 Dianne Spotts Anthony Staffieri Susan Stafford `88 Kathy Stahl, B.S., C.M.T. David Stahl Mallory Staph Anne Stehman Ryan Stephenson Anne Stewart Angela Stiklaitis `79 Joel Stoneback Richard Stouffer `03 Krista Strantz Dennis Strickler John Sulick `72 John Sullivan `67 Mark Summerfield Matthew Sutjak `10 Robert Sutjak Lisa Sviben Miller Karen Swartz Bruce Sweigart Carl Swinn `73 Kelly Sylvester `12 Joseph Szilagyi
Brandi Tait Eugene Tawes Jr. Timothy Thompson Linda Thorbahn Robert Thorwart Thomas Thorwart James Tier Joseph Tornetta Michael Tracy `78 Richard Trefz III `89 Frances Trefz `89 Janice Trewhella Barbara Trewhella Denise Trewhella Marla Triano-Rodgers Jayme Trogus `01 Lauren True Kenneth Tucker William Turner Thomas Turner Maureen Turner Bradley Twigg Karen Uba Kim Underwood J. Urzua `94 Robert Utter Jaime Vazquez Velazquez `16 Holly Vining Richard Volko Guy Waino-Oato Patricia Walters `68 James Wambold Thomas Ward III James Warner `80 Raymond Washington Warren Weaver `70 Vicky Weaver `74 Philip Weaver Jennifer Weber `89 Jerome Wells John White John Widdowson
George Wildasin Edward Wiler Daniel Wiley `73 Carol Wiley `73 Robert Williams `90 Kathleen Williams `90 Lary Williams Kim Williams Michael Wilson `99 Erin Winter Joseph Wise Jr. Sarah Wise Jeanette Witcoskie `71 James Witcoskie `72 Kelli Wolfel `91 William Wood Jr. `79 Catharine Wood `82 Michael Wood Kathryn Wood Ying Wushanley Rachael Wywadis `73 Susan Ye Tanya Yoder `89 Robert Yoder Donald Yoder John Yoder Bradd Yoder Andrew Young Scott Youtz David Yuninger William Zagarino `55 Bruno Zara Glen Zimmerman Cindi Zimmerman Mark Zimmerman Margaret Zinn `81 David Zinn `80 Adam Zipko `14 Carl Zoolkoski Jr. `95
ATHLETICS GIVING $1Million raised in total
support of Marauder Athletics ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP (Cash and Pledged Support):
ATHLETIC PROGRAMMING (Cash and Pledged Support):
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BLACK & GOLD CLUB Our nearly 400 student-athletes excel both on and off the field. They not only hold competitive GPAs but are also active in the campus community and their own communities as well. Leadership and success are truly hallmarks of Millersville University student-athletes.
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