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Andy Hall


Dr. Michael Marr


Steve Janicello


Dr. Tom Teimann


Mary Kain


Prf James Toney


John Krahe


Dr Linda Weavil


Jeff Lazenby


Advisor:


Junie Nayhan


Dr Martin L. Shotzberger



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Old Officers



ALPHA KAPPA PSI

From October of '84 through May 4 of '85, Dr. Martin
L. Shotzberger (advisor) and 27 devoted students worked
to get the Mu Pi Chapter of the Alpha Xappa Psi National
Professional Business Fraternity installed here at Elon
College. Many long hours and late nights were spent draw-
ing up and filling out the proper forms which would make
this possible. There are well over 200 chapters nationwide
with our closest associates being UNC-Chapel Hill and
N.C. State. All of those affiliated with the Mu Pi Chapter
of Alpha Kappa Psi hope and believe that we will be a
force in drawing the Business Department closer together
and further strengthening one of the strongest business
programs in the Southeastern United States.




GREEKS 81



FOOTBALL



Fighting Cliristians CONSISTENT



Coach Mackey Garden believes in
consistancy. His Fighting Christians an-
swered that call once again as they tied
up the 1985 season into a 7-3 record —
the exact record of four previous football
seasons.







SCOREBOARD




Elon


30


Guilford


10


Elon


25


Carson-Newman


13


Elon


33


Lenoir-Rhyne


27


Elon


21


Ferrum


8


Elon


9


Presbyterian


12


Elon


34


Catawba


3


Elon


3


Gardner-Webb


10


Elon


42


Newberry


31


Elon


20


WofTord


26


Elon


20


Mars Hill








Kevin Alderman. David Ambrose, Jack Arnold. Robert Augenbaugh, Hugh Avery. Robert Barajas, Robert Barnes, Casey
Beathard. Terry Best. Tim Bines. Keith Blackburn. Jay Boyles. John Bradsher, Darryl Brittain, Mike Brodowicz, Kevin
Campbell. Dwayne Clark. Tony Clark, Mark Crater, Perry Cuda. David Daughtry, Jeff Davis. Jonas Davis. Joe DellaFerra,
Willis Dingle, Tony DiPietro, George Dixon, Donnie Dunovant, Dave Emery, Laconial Esters. Russell Evans, Tim Farmer. Mike
Ferrelt. Tim Ferrell. Joe Ford. Rodney Furby, Adron Gentry, Junie Goodwyn, Scott Greene, David Grimmer, Stanley Hairston,
Stanley Haley, Jack Hardin. Jeff Hardin. Lamont Harris. David Heath. Todd Helms. Al Hendricks. Mike Henley. Eric Herndon,
Ben Hill. Brad Hornick. Andre Howze. Darrin Jefferson. Cliff Johnson, John Keeton, Todd Kennedy, Michael Knight, Jeff
Lazenby, Chris Lewis. Richie Linens, Doug Logan. Walter Mack. Herb McNeil. Kent MeGorden. Ben Meisel. John Mickens. Gary
Minson, Neal Morris. Alphonso Morrison. Chris Morton, Paul Mullen. Mike O'Lari. Robert Overton. Melvin Palmer. Roy Parks,
Ryan Patterson. John Pemberton. Jay Perdue. Charles Phelan. Steve Pickett. Ronnie Purcell, Garrett Robinson, Steve Rock.
Tommy Rogers. Antonio Roper. Nelson Rowell. Mitch Ryan, Tony Settles. Ricky Sigmon. Jay Simmons. Jeff Slade, Ronnie
Smith. Sam Smith. Tim Smith. Tim Stockton. Pat Sumerell. Myron Talbert. Craig Taylor. Trey Thacker. Kirk Thigpin. Clayton
Walker. Howard Waller. Chuck Ward. John Warnke. Orlando Washington, jake Welborn. Arthur Wiggins, Brian Wilkerson, Keith
Willett. Ernest Williams. Grady Williams, Eddie Williamson. Anthony Wilson



88 FOOTBALL




FOOTBALL 89





90 FOOTBALL




FOOTBALL 91



BASEBALL

Stealin' Away WITH HONORS




Kendall Carter. Rob Chambers. Budgie Clark, Brad Comer, Barry Culberson. Mickey Dean, John Driscoll, Jimmy Duncan, Randy
Enoch. Pete Gibson, JeffGirton, Greg Harris. Troy Harris, Pete Henderson, Gary Martin, Greg McDannold, Maurice Morton. Jeff
Neufang, Tim Patton, Doug Phillips, Scott Pressly, Ricky Ross. Jerry Russell. Robby Schoonover, Billy Sipe, Benny Tart. David
Terry, C. W. Willis, Rick Jones, Head Basketball Coach, Dwight Dullon, Assistant Coach, Freddie Mays, Student Assistant Coach,
Dan Strickler, Manager



The Elon College baseball team hit
the bases with a colorful and successful
1985 season. The Fighting Christians
collected the Carolina Conference and
District 26 championships and traveled
to Idaho for their second trip to the
NAIA world series since 1958. They are
now ranked 6th in the NAIA pole and
5th in the nation. Led by All-Conference
batters Mo Morton, Jeff Neufang, Greg
Harris, and John Driscoll, Elon ended
the season with a respectable 40-10 re-
cord. Head coach Charles (Rick) Jones
stole away with Conference and District
Coach of the Year honors.



92 BASEBALL



Elon


2


Virginia Tech


SCOREBOARD

4 Elon


6


Catawba




Elon


3


Virginia Tech


2


Elon


8


Guilford




Elon


4


Mt. Union





Elon


12


UNC-Asheville




Elon


6


Mt. Union


4


Elon


16


UNC-Ashevillfc




Elon


6


Wake Forest


5


Elon


8


Wingate




Elon


7


Western Carolina


2


Elon


8


Catawba




Elon


2


Western Carolina


1


Elon


9


Guilford




Elon


3


UNC-Charlotte


9


Elon


19


Mars Hill


1


Elon


5


Atl. Christian


1


Elon


17


Mars Hill




Elon


4


Atl. Christian


2


Elon


8


High Point




Elon


11


Shaw


4


Elon


3


NC A&T




Elon


16


Shaw


3


Elon


6


NC AT&T




Elon


9


Concord


1


Elon


6


Pembroke




Elon


12


Concord





Elon


4


Pfeiffer




Elon


10


Lenooir-Rhyne


3


Elon


2


Wingate


1


Elon


3


Lenoir-Rhyne


13


Elon


7


Gardner-Webb




Elon


3


Pembroke


2


Elon


4


Gardner-Webb




Elon


5


High Point


1


Elon


3


St. Augustine's




Elon


3


Pfeiffer


1


Elon


5


St. Augustine's






BASEBALL 93



SOFTBALL



Lady Christians REBUILDING




MiaBrayboy. LisaBriggs Lisa Bryan. Jill Burgess. Diane Butts. Ann Byrd. Pam Cason. Annette Cobbs. Diannah Curry.
Aliaa Gaddy. Beth Gardner. Christy Harrup. Karen Nance. Jeri Ann Patrick. Diane Schronce. Kristin Walter Mary
Frances Jackson. Head Coach. Renate Costner. Asst. Coach



Elon


2


— SCOREBOARD ■

Lenoir-Rhyne 5


Elon


1


Lenoir-Rhyne


6


Elon


2


Wingate


5


Elon


9


Wingate


5


Elon





Guilford


13


Elon


5


Guilford


6


Elon


4


Gardner-Webb





Elon


7


Campbell


8


Elon


1


UNC-C


8


Elon


6


UNC-C


12


Elon


I


Pembroke


4


Elon


9


Pembroke


2


Elon


6


N.C. A&T


4


Elon


3


N.C. A&T


2


Elon


1


Pfeiffer


12


Elon





Pfeiffer


3


Elon


1


Catawba


3


Elon


3


Catawba


13


Elon


10


ACC


1


Elon





ACC


5


Elon


2


Pfeiffer


16 (CC Tourn.)


Elon


3


Lenoir-Rhyne


4 (CC Tourn.)




94 SOFTBALL





SOFTBALL 95



BASKETBALL



Rebound for Glory



With one of the best recruiting classes in
the history of the college, Elon's basketball
mentor Bill Momingstar looked forward to
a winning season in 1985-86. To begin with,
Morningstar had 6-7 power forward Eric
Hairston and a 6-5 jumping Jack Bernard
Toraon returning. Hairston, a junior from
Eden, averaged nearly nine points and six
rebounds a year ago. Torain, a sophomore
from Hurdle Mills saw limited playing time
but will see extremely more with the depar-
ture of Robert Leak.

Add to that 6-5 guard/forward Vincent
Richardson, sophomore from Newport



News, Va., 6-4 forward Jerry Russell, soph-
omore from Greensboro, 6-3 Chris Calton,
sophomore from Greensboro, and 6-6 soph-
omore forward Eric Blair from Bowie, MD.

"We had a tremendous recruiting year,"
Morningstar said. "We'll have a strong with
a lot of quickness, good ballhandling and
good shooters. We'll be a team that comes
on late in the year and makes a run for it."

Morningstar predicted that Pfeiffer,
Guilford and High Point would be at the
top of his list for teams to beat in the confer-
ence. Gardner-Webb and Belmont Abbey
were added to the list for the district race.




Denard Barnes. Eric Blair, Brian Branson. Chris Calton. Russ Capps, Tony Chavis, Howard Coe,
Eric Hairston, Vince Richardson. Jerry Russell. Bernard Torain. Warren Wallace. Bill Morningstar.
Coach. Dr. Alan While. Athletic Director, Tom Parham. Asst. Athletic Director. Larry Glover. Stu.
Asst. Coach, Paul Moriarty, Manager, Marty Baker Head Trainer. Teddy Blackwell. Stu. Trainer,
Chad Wines. Scorekeeper, Alan Wooten, Statistician. Steve Ballard. Sports Info. Director







SCOREBOARD —




Eton


68


Ml. Olm


67


Elon


48


Belmoni Abbey


16


Elan


65


Mjn Hill


48


Elon


72


Lynchburg


76


EJon


74


Oarinei-Webb


66


Eton


66


Wingate


61


Eton


71


Greensboro


49


Elon


84


Allintic Christinn (OT)


83


Eton


77


UNC-Wilminglon


86


Eton


70


Guilford


68


Eton


■:


Catawba


85


Eton


73


Pfeiffer


71


Elon


80


LenoirRhync


70


Elon


87


High Pouil


77


Elon


64


Wingale


70


Eton


71


Ganlner-Webb


78


Elon


73


Catawba


58


Bon


76


Lynchbuig


68


Eton


S8


Belmont Abbey


63


Eton


70


Pembroke Suie


71


Eton


89


Ml Olive


63


Eton


73


Atlantic Christian


78


Elon


74


PfeiffCT


85


Eton


6S


High f^jtnt


78


Eton


86


GuilfonJ


76


Elon


77


LenoirRbyTie


67


Elon


71


Pembroke


74


Bon


82


Catawba (CIAC Tn.)


72


Eton


84


Atlantic Christian (CIAC Tn.)


95


Eton


72


Pfaffer (DisL 26 Tn.)


77





)6 MEN'S BASKETBALL




Members of Elon and Pfeiffer teams strike a pose that is strongly
reminiscent of Egyptian hieroglyphic painting. Is this the symbol for
"Put on your red shoes and dance the blues?"




MEN'S BASKETBALL



BASKETBALL




Lisa Briggs, Ann Byrd. Katanja Clapp, Sharon Foust, Beth Gardner. Lisa Hairston, Mae Haith, Candie Jennings. Donna Martin, Theresa Sandell,
LuAnn Tatum. Jackie Mvers. Head Basketball Coach. Teresa Evens. Trainer. Diannah Curry. Manager/Scorekeeper, Angle McRae, Statistician.
Marleen Jansen. Statistician



Elon


68


Ml. Olive


71


Elon


64


Coastal Carolina


57


Elon


48


Belmont Abbey


65


Elon


53


High Point


59


Elon


60


UNC-Grecasboro


95


Elon


44


Pembrokt


87


Elon


67


Catawba


76


Elon


49


Guilford


63


Elon


53


Campbell


70


Elon


54


Mm Hill


68


Elon


74


PfeilTer


55


Elon


67


Lcnoir-Rhvne


70


Elon


71


Mt. Olive


69


Elon


46


Wingatc


78


Elon


62


Atlantic Christian


64


Elon


73


PfeifTer


78


Elon


53


Campbell


70


Elon


68


Pembroke


86


Elon


53


UNC-Grcensboro


55


Elon


64


Guilford


59


Elon


60


Wingatc


82


Elon


51


Atlantic Christian


56


Elon


66


High Point


77


Elon


54


Catawba


56


Elon


53


Mars Hill


67


Elon


59


Lcnoir-Rhyne


47


Elon


59


High Point (CIAC Toum.)


78




98 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL





Ms. Jackie Myers, a previous Lady
Christian eager, returned to the bench
this year as head coach. Coach Myers
replaced long-time winning coach Mary
Jackson.




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 99



MEN'S TENNIS



"When you have love, you have nothing. . ."




■ Elon 9

H Elon ;




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Qf^OUPPTkADn


3


Elon 9


Pfeiffer





Elon 9


Wingate





Elon 9


Averette





Elon 3


Winthrop


6


Elon 8


West Liberty





Elon 9


Lenoir-Rhyne





Elon 7


Slippery Rock


2


Elon 6


Belmont Abbey


3


Elon


Guilford


9


Elon 5


Greensboro


4


Elon 3


High Point


3


Elon 9


Wingate





Elon


N.C. State


9


Elon 8


Lenoir-Rhyne


1


Elon 6


UNC-Wilmington


3


Elon 6


Pfeiffer


1


Elon 1


Atlantic Christian


8




Michael Besller, Matt Chandler. Chris Gilbert. Jeff Hoods, Chris Hanelle. Duane Hohnson, Billy
Mitchell. Todd Nassief. Steve Richard, Head Coach



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' 'Elon College began with a new coach this
year, and for players and fans alike, it was an
interesting switch. Tom Parham, longtime coach
for Atlantic Christian, took the reigns vacated
last year when Danny Morrison left for Wofford
College.

Elon finished 12-4-1 last year under interim
coach Steve Rickard. The Fightin' Christians
were 6-2-1 in the conference and finished fourth
in the Carolines Conference and District 26. But
the addition of Parham will definitely enhance
Elon's chances in the spring. Parham won 14



district and 1 1 conference titles while being
named Coach of the Year 28 times for the con-
ference and district. He was NAIA National
Coach of the Year in 1985, as well as 1977 and
1979. His teams won National Championships
in 1979 and 1984.

"I'm glad to be at Elon," Parham said. "Hope-
fully we can gel in the thick of things pretty
quickly."

There are several outstanding players returning
players, and Parham is predicting a good year and
hopes to continue the upward escalation.



100 MEN'S TENNIS



WOMEN'S TENNIS




Winning is tliar racquet!



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[ SCOREBOARD

Elon 4 Haverford College


5




Elon 2 High Point College


7




Elon 9 Lenoir-Rhyne College







Elon 3 Atlantic Christian Col.


6





Elon 2 Campbell University


7


Elon Guilford CoUege


9




Elon 5 Pfeiffer College


4




Elon 5 Mars Hill


4




Elon 3 UNC-Asheville


6




Elon 5 Catawba College


4




Elon 8 Va, Wesleyan College


1




Elon 9 N.C. A&T University







Elon 7 Longwood College


2




Elon 4 UNC-Wilmington


5




Elon 7 Pembroke State Univ


2




Elon 6 Gardner Webb College


3




After finishing the 1985 season with eight wins
in its last 10 games, the Elon College women's
tennis team is looking forward to getting the sea-
son underway in 1986. New head Coach Byrd
Britt will replace former coach Karen Garden
and also looks forward to the challenge.

"It will be tough since no recruiting has been
done but we shoud fare okay," Britt said. "We
only have five players back that we know will be
playing but there should be a couple of girls in the
school who are able to compete that will help us
fill out the roster."

Elon finished fourth in the conference tourna-
ment and fifth in the district tournament a year
ago while going 9-7 during the season. Although
several vital players are not returning, five very
good players are. The year should be interesting,
and with a little lady luck, the Golden Girls could
climb into the winner's circle.





Beth Cogan, Jill Goodman, Dana Campagna, Michelle Palumbo, Cindy Wall, Missy Jones. Juli
Bollman, Karen Garden, Head Coach



WOMEN'S TENNIS 101



Soccer




Tom Balkus. Ralph Boscia, Eric Brown, Grant Cowell. Mike Curtis, Mike Driskill. James Eppard, Joe Fitzgerald. Glen

Jandoli, Rudy Jean-Bapliste, Gary Krape, Ed Kurtzeborn, Scott LePage, Mike Minner, Joe Moley, John Nani, Joe Nepay, John

Pullen. Kip Rackley, Bob Santo, Andrew Schaefer, Mark Shriver, Mike Wessets



Elon


4


SCOREBOARD ■

Averett


Elon


8


Mars Hill





Elon


1


Randolph-Macon


2 (OT)


Elon


3


Oglethorpe





Elon


5


Pfeiffer


1


Elon


2


Atlantic Christian


1 (OT)


Elon





High Point


(OT)


Elon


6


Pembroke


1


Elon


3


Lenoir-Rhyne


1


Elon


4


Guilford





Elon


4


Barber-Scotia


1


Elon


5


Warren WUson


2


Elon


2


East Carolina





Elon


8


Wingate


2


Elon





Catawba


1


Elon


2


Belmont-Abbey


1 (OT)


Elon





High Point


1 (Dist. 26 Playoffs)




102 SOCCER




Under the tutelage of Coach Steve Ballard,
the Fighting Christian kickers once again cap-
tured a winning record with a 13-3-1 standing
in 1985.






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SOCCER 103



VOLLEYBALL



[



Elon


2


SCOREBOARD

N.C. Wesleyan


1


Elon


1


Guilford


2


Elon


1


UNC-Wilmington


3


Elon





Pembroke


2


Elon





NC A&T


2


Elon


1


UNC<5reensboro


3


Elon


3


Gardner-Webb





Elon


I


Lenoir-Rhyne


2


Elon


2


Pfeiffer





Elon


2


Longwood





Elon





Liberty


2


Elon





Atlantic Christian


2


Elon





Clarion


2


Elon





Liberty


2


Elon


2


Atlantic Christian





Elon


3


UNC-AshevUle


2


Elon


1


Wingate


2


Elon





High Point


3


Elon





Kings College


2


Elon





Mars Hill


2


Elon


3


Pfeiffer





Elon


2


NC A&T





Elon





UNC-Greensboro


2


Elon





UNC-Wilmington


3


Elon


1


Gardner-Webb


2


Elon





Catawba


2


Elon





Mars Hill


2


Elon


1


Atlantic Christian


2


Elon


2


Pfeiffer


3





104 VOLLEYBALL



TRACK





The Elon College Track team holds several impres-
sive records for the following events:

100 Yard Dash — Vernon Morrison 9.55 seconds.
100 Meter — Ray Hadley 10.6 seconds
220 Yard Dash — Don Crews 22.0 seconds
200 Meter — Ray Hadley 21.6 seconds
440 Yards Dash — Danny Denton 49.6 seconds
400 Meter — Kenny Rogers 49.1 seconds
880 Yard Dash — Robert Trout 1:59.2
Mile Run — Roland Miller 4:33.4
1500 Meter — Dwayne Harden 4:20.2
800 Meter — Kenny Rogers 1:57,2
TWo Mile Run — Roland Miller 9:56.6
Three Mile Run — Mike Packett 15:55
120 Yard High Hurdles — Lee Brunson 14.6 sec-
onds

220 Yard Low Hurdles — Eddie Burke 25:15 sec-
onds

330 Yard Intermediate Hurdles — Dickie Walters
44.3 seconds

440 Yard Intermediate Hurdles — Bryan Burney
54.6 seconds

High Jump — Fred Jordan 6'9
Long Jump — Bobby Hedrich 23' 11
Triple Jump — Jesse Jones 47'9'/4"
Pole Vault — Jeff Tbbiolo and Donald Long 13'
Shot Put — Ronnie Purcell 48'7%"
Javelin — Daniel Hooper 185'4"
440 Yard Relay — James MacCarthur, Darryl
McLean, Dennis Walker, Vernon Morrison 42.3 sec-
onds

Mile Relay — Dennis Walker, Bryan Burney, Rod-
ney Turner, Danny Denton 3:24
Discus — Ralph Moore 142'8V'2"



/^^'^'"^^'^^^




GOLF



A winning year is
par for the course



In the world of sports, there are two sayings
that come and go with the seasons. One states
that all good things must come to an end. The
other states that things have to begin some-
where.

The Elon golf program appears to be going
between the two but the latter will be more
appropriate for the coming year. A recruiting
class of nine freshmen and one sophomore will
be in Bill Momingstar's powerful golf program
this season. To go with them will be four se-
niors who are going to carry the load early.

"This looks to be a rebuilding year," Morn-
ingstar said. "We lost four of our top six play-
ers. We'll have to rely on Chris Dockrill, Rich-
ard Adams, and Craig Gunn early. I believe
we had a good recruiting year with freshmen."

The Fightin' Christians lost the services of
Barry Pilson and Tom Martine to graduation.
Those two were both All-Conference and All-
District a year ago. Adams, a sophomore from
England, averaged 77.61 a year ago, finished
only four strokes off the pace at the Max Ward
Invitational. Gunn, a sophomore from Dan-
ville, VA., averaged 78.71 while Dockrill, a
senior from Nova Scotia in Canada, averaged
79.11.

Also returning will be seniors Jimmy Merri-
man of CoUinsville, VA., David Startzel of
Salisbury, MD., and David Russell of Alexan-
dria, VA. Junior Ron Dorrestein of The Neth-
erlands rounds out the list of returnees.

The list of freshmen include Scott Jackovics
of Severna Park, MD., Clint Wade of Bassett,
VA., Gary Kyker of Jefferson, GA., Robert
Burns of Newburg, N. Y., Brad Clayton of Ox-
ford, Craig Kapitula of Ellicot City, MD.,
Richard Shackleford of King, David Shaffer
of Columbus, OH., and Richard Poore of Flor-
ence, KY. The sophomore recruit is Clover,
S.C.'s Mike Kenney. Morningstar feels the op-
portunity for one of this group to step in and
contribute will be there.




106 GOLF





Richard Adams, Robert Burns, Brad Clayton, Chris Dockrill, Ron Dorrestein, Craig Gunn, Scott Jackovics, Craig Kapitula, Mike
Kenney, Gary Kyker, Jimmy Merriman, Richard Poore, David Russell, Richard Shackleford, David Shaffer, David Startzel. Clint Wade.
Bill Morningslar, Coach.



GOLF 107



SPIRIT BOOSTERS





Cheerieaders:

Guys: John Crowell. Bryan Frederick. John Holland. Ed Shorter. Todd Black. John Tobias. Reed Waterbury. Don Moore. Girls: DeDe Simmons, Shell

Mackay. Jill Goodman, Teresa Gauldin. Susan Townsend, Elise Vincentini, Brooks Long, Kelly York. Mascot: Eric North





CHEERLEADER^



WRESTLING



(t



'A Good Man Is Hard To Pin Down . . . "




Bobby Brown. Ron Budd. Chris Chance. Scott Crater, Alexander Dawson, Bruce Fioretti. Mike Fitzgerald, David Gaffney. Ken Griffin.
Chris Gros. Jay Gros. Chris Hooker, Alan Koontz, Donald Long, Chris Martin, Jeff May, Fred McMannus. Wendy McCoy-. Norris Mills,
David Morehead. Alex Parsons. Lawrence Tolliver. Johnny Travis. Stafford Young. Head Coach Richardson. Assistant Coach. Jay
Lineberry.



Elon


9


SCOREBOARD

Livingstone College


36


Elon


34


Winthrop


12


Elon


12


University of Central Florida


36


Elon


14


The Citadel


27


Elon


29


Pfeiffer


19


Elon


25


Barber-Scotia College


24


Elon


15


Liberty Baptist College


30


Elon





Appalachian State University


39


Clemson Tig


tr Invitational — 6th place




Southern Inv


itational Tournament — 3rd place




Elon


18


Pembroke State University


39


Washington & Lee Invitational — 2nd place




Mid-South Tournament at Carson-Newman College








— 5thp


ace


Elon


38


Davidson College


15


Elon


3


The Citadel


46


Elon


6


Duke University


48


Elon


54


Ferrum College


6


Elon


33


Newport News Apprentice School


17


Elon


3


Carson-Newman


42


Carolinas Conference Tournament — 2nd place




NAIA District 26 Tournament — 3rd place






110 WRESTLING



Fighting



AWARDS

Win Witti Honors




Jamie McNeely. Alicia Gaddy, Royce Fentress, Robert Leak, Barry Pilson. Mo Morton, Bobby Brown, Janice Orlando. Missy Jones




Richard Adams, Jilt Goodman, Mo Morton. Alan Woolen, Grey Harris, Randy Enoch, Cathv Woodson, John 6riscall, Jamie
McNeely. Cindy Wall



AWARDS 111



1985^ FACULTY and ADMINISTRADVE STAFF



Dr. Jenme R. Adtms, English

Mn. Susie .K. Adkiiis

Dr. JiBimJe Agnew, Physical Sciences

Nlirk R. Albwtsod

J. Wesky Akusder, Malh

Mis. Lamise ADea

Robert G. .Aodereoa

Or. Rilpb .Anderson. Economics

Dr. Awtrt* .Aiig>>l, English

Dr. Thomas E. Arcaro, Sociology

Dr. Mahin Artky, Fine Arts

Daiid L Atkins

Robert A. Bailey, Physical Education

Mn. Cindy G. Bais«

Martin H. Balier, Physical Education

Mis. Katby BaO

Stephen J. Ballard

John T. Bangley

WIDam H. Barbet. Malh

Dr. Laurence A. Basirico, Sociology

Dr. Robert C. Baxtei; Business

C.C. "Bock- Bayliff

Di. Barry B. Beedk, Physical Education

Mrs. Rboflda Behon

Mrs. Bertie Belrin

Ms. Lanra Bennett

Mrs. Lydia Berry

W. Jennings Berry

Dr. Thomas Bereridge, Economics

Mis. Elaine Bingenheimer, Fine Arts

Dr. Robert G. Blake. English

Dr. R. Lamar Bland, English

Darid L Bodle. Physical Education

Nts. Marsha Am Boone

Mrs. Marolyn M. BosweO, Psychology

Mack Bowman

R. Wayne Bowery

Barry A. Bradberry

Dr. Darid Bragg, Fine .4rls

.Ms. B)Td Britt

Herman Brock. Business

Dr. Wesley G. Brogan, Psychology

Mrs. Jeanne R. Brooks. Social Sciences

Dr. Janie P. Brown, Physical Education

Sgt. Charles Browning. ROTC

Mrs. Carolyn Bryan

.Mis. Ann Butler, English

Bin Boiler

Dr. Michael Calbois, Physlical Education

Mrs. Etelyn Campbell

Mrs. Karen Carden, Physical Education

Lomie Mack Carden, Physical Education

Mis. Fleta Carmen, Business

James Albert Carpenter, Computer Science

Mrs. Jane Carrico

Mrs. Nira Carter

Mrs. Anne Casselbanm, English

Dr. D. Brooks Gates, Geography

Dr. Carole E Chase, Religion

Dr. Paul H. Cheek. Chemistry

.Mrs. Ruth Cheek, Chemistry

Mrs. Thelma Cheek

Mrs. Mai^et Clapp

Mrs. Marilyn Collins

Dr. Ceoige Coltrane, Business

Mrs. Faye D. ConaDy

Mrs. Brenda J. Cooper

Dr. Allin E Coltrell, Economics

Mis. Betty Corington

Barbara Cox

Mrs. Shirley B. Crawford

Dr. James C Crew. Business

Dr. Darid M. Crowe, History

Ms. Jeryl Denise Currie

Edwin L Daniel. Fine Arts

Dr. J. Earl Danieley, Physical Sciences

Paul Dougbu Deaoe. English

Dr. Robert W. Delp. History

Mis. Gav V. Dennis



Mn. Donna DeWood;

Mis. Virian M. Dala, Fine Arts

Miss Diana Dwyer, French

Peggy Elisson

Mrs. Helen H. Euliss, English

Dr. Arland W. EyL Computer Science


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