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STRAYER, ADRIAN D.
Dallastown, PA; B.S. Police Scienc(\

SULLIVAN, BOB

York, PA; B.S. Business Management; Omega

Theta Chi.



SUMMERS, ELIZABETH ANN
Chambersburg, PA; A.S. Police Science; ROTC —
Superior Freshman Cadet; Student Senate; Resi-
dent Assistant.

SWEENEY, TANOUE ONISHI
York, PA; B.S. Recreation; Cheerleader; Afro-
American Club; Field F-lockey.

TALLMAN,DONNA|.

York, PA; B.S. Therapeutic Recreation; Who's

Who; Dean's List.



TAPLFR, RUSSELL

Troy, NY; B.S. Recreation.

TATTAR, SCOTT D
Fiavertown, PA; B.S. EnglTsh

THOMPSON, BARBARA

Lewistovvn, PA; A.S. Medical Secretary, I ntram u-

ral Softball; Alpha Theta Chi. "=^

THORNTON, TIMOTHYS.

Ellicott City, MD; B.S. Business Management;

Lacrosse; Ski Club; Student Senate; Physics Club.

TKACH, SUSAN

Elizabeth, NJ; B.S. Health Records Administra-
tion; Alpha Theta Chi.




TUBBS, BRIAN I.

Verplanck, NY; B.S. Police Science; Track Team;

Lambda Alpha Epsilon.

TUTTLE, PATRICIA

Laurel, MD; B.S. Corrections/Mark(>ting minor;

SAM; Spartan — Editor.



VERITAS, CHRISTINA M.

Fairfield, N); A.S. Medical Secretary.

WAGNER, KAREN L.

York, PA; B.S. Marketing; President — Alpha
Sigma Alpha; Sales Marketing Executives — York
Chapter Award; Departmental Honors — Busi-
ness Administration Department.

WALP, BETH

York, PA; B.S. Respiratory Therapy/Biology.

WEBER, HELEN M.

Lansdale, PA; B.S. Police Science.

WEDLOCK, REGINA

Catonsville, MD; A. A. Retailing; Atro-American

Club; Circle — K.



WEINSTEICER, SUSAN L.

Reading, PA; A.S. Medical Secretary; Dean's List.

WEISS, PATRICIA ANN

York, PA; B.S. Police Science; Order of Diana.

WELKER, WILLIAM DANIEL

Mentor, Ohio; B.S. Accounting/Management

Minor; Stage Band; Concert Band.

WENDEL, DEBRAA.

Kennett Square, PA; B.S. Marketing.

WENTZ, RODNEY C. »«

Spring Grove, PA; B.S. Accounting.



WILLIAMS, PAMELA).

Katonah, NY; B.S. Elementary Education



WILLS, DIANE M.
Departmental Honors — Business Administra-
tion; Alumni Association -Xward, Elanor A. Gohn
Award; Spartan; SAM.





WINKLER, CLAIRE
York, PA; B.S. Public Administration; Student
Senate; Residence Council; Chairperson —
Entertainment Board; Student Senate Service
Award; Little Sisters of Omega Theta Chi;
Lambda Alpha Epsilon; Donald Sureth Memorial
Award; Rotary Club of York Award



WISE, ERIC

Hockessin, DE; B.S. Business Management; Sigma
Phi Epsilon; Senior Class Treasurer; Student Sen-
ate.

YOST, THERESA K.

Harrisburg, PA; B.S. Recreation; Alpha Chi; Stu-
dent Recreation Society; Field Hockey; Basket-
ball; Departmental Honors — Behavioral Sci-
ences.




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Faculty &• Administration







B.S., Fitchburg State College
M.A., Columbia University
M.S., Adelphi University
Ph.D., Adelphi University




U/tCttoiM/A- I>«A^fi^ste«/



Dean of Academrc Affairs
B.A., Hope College
M.S., University of Vermont
Ph.D., University of Illinois





Ric{u5wiU/. Cm



Dean of Student Affairs
B.S., Northeastern University
Ed.M., Northeastern University
Ed.D., Nova University




T^LustfifiS



John L Atkins, M.D.

John P.Connelly —

Emeritus

Ben Lavetan — Emeritus

Beauchamp E. Smith —

Emeritus



Marvin G. Sedam



Frederick B. Shearer, Jr.



Mrs. William S. Shipley



Horace E. Smith, Esq.




Rebecca Ogden



Benjamin M. Root



Mrs. George E. Schenk I I )ohn C. Schmidt, Pres.



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John A. Waltersdorf I I Mrs. Mark Woodbury, III I I Charles E. Wuestner



Charles S. Wolf






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1 Betsy Abrams






Richard H. Achtzehn



Florence L. Ames




Phillip J. Avillo, Jr.





Dean S. Barnard, Jr.



Richard P. Batteiger



Gary E. Bittner




Bradley). Culbertson



Marilyn L. Daly



Robert FDenoncourt II Alejandro deVanguardia




Martin S. Devers



Paul W. Diener




Brian R. Glandon



Regina B. Clover



Charlotte K. Cotwald








Candace Hawn



Maj. Eugene F. Heyman, Jr.



Donald L. Holroyd



Heinz L. Hoseh




August W. Knauber



Heywood G. Knight



Melvin A. Kulbicki




Dorothy K. Lagunowich



Brook I. Landis



Thomas D. Lepson






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P. Frank Lisk



Annette Logan



Clara M. Long



Patrick J. Massa




Carolyn F. Mathur



Georgia L. Mazzola



Richard B. MeCarty




Josephine S. Roye



Leo Ruvolis



vmmAmm^m^m&'M&mu




Kenneth G. Scalet



Robert ). Schmidt



Jean Semmelman




Dick Van Tassel





Stephen E. Wessley



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Warren H.Wetzler 1




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Ralph CWoolley



History Deparfment



Business Administration Department



PHILIP J. AVILLO, Jr., Ph.D
CHARLES W. BOAS, Jr., Ph.D.

CARL E. HATCH, Ph.D

SAROJ KHAN N A, M.A

MELV1N A. KULBICKI, Ph.D.
JAMES L. MORRISON, Ph.D.

LEONID MUROG,M.A

CHIN H. SUK, Ph.D

BOBERT H.TERRY, Ph.D

DICK VAN TASSEL, D.A

STEPHEN E. WESSLEY, Ph.D.
Sabbatical.



. .Assistant Professor.

Professor.

.Associate Professor.

Instructor.

. .Assistant Professor.

Professor.

. .Assistant Professor.
.Associate Professor.
.Chairman Professor.
. .Assistant Professor.
.Associate Professor,



NUR9ING DEPARTMENT



BOYD E. ARNOLD, Ph.D

JOHN F. BARBOR, MBA-C.P.A

Professor.

CHARLES F. DYE, M.Ed

FREDRICK S. GASCHEN, MBA
Professor.

ARCHIBALD B. HOW, M.S

AUGUST W. KNAUBER, Ph.D

BROOK I. LANDIS, Ph.D

GLEN E. LANGE, Ph.D

THOMAS D. LEPSON, Ph.D

Professor, Sabbitical.

P. FRANK LISK, M.B.A

SIDNEY S. SAPPINGTON, M.B.A., J.D.

DALE G. SAUERS, M.B.A.-P.E

Assistant Professor.

KENNETH G. SCALET, M.B.A

Professor.

Not Pictured

GLENN F. BRIERCHECK, Ph.D.,

Professor.

DAVID C. LAWRENCE, MBA-C.P.A.

Humanities and Fine Arts Department

ALEJANDRO deVANGUARDIA, B.S.

Professor — retired.

PAUL W. DIENER, Ph.D

HEINZ L. HOSCH, M.A

Professor.

JAMES L. MOHATT, Ph.D

JOSEPH A. SALVATORE, Ph.D

OTTO H. TOMASCH, M.F.A

RALPH C. WOOLLEY, B.M



Associate Professor.
Assistant

.Assistant Professor.
Assistant

.Assistant Professor.
.Assistant Professor.
.Assistant Professor.
.Assistant Professor
Associate

Professor.

.Assistant Professor.



Chairman, Associate



.Assistant Professor.



.Assistant Professor
Chairman, Assistant

.Associate Professor
.Assistant Professor.

Instructor.

.Assistant Professor



JACQUELINE H. HARRINGTON, M.S Instructor.

CLARA M. LONG, M.S Associate Professor.

LINDA C. PUGH, M.S Instructor.

JOAN A. REIDER, M.S.N Instructor.

MARJORIE E. SANDERSON, Ed.D. Chairman Professor.



Not Pictured

SUSAN GRASSMAN, M.S

MARY LOUR KASPUTIS, M.S.N.

JUDITH MORRELS, M.S

MARY ANN SNODGRASS, M.A. .



Instructor.

Instructor.

Instructor.

. Assistant Professor.



HUMANITIE9 AND FINE ARTS
DEPATMENT

ALEJANDRO deVANGUARDIA, B.S. Assistant Preofessor —
retired.

PAUL W. DIENER, Ph.D Assistant Professor.

HEINZ L. HOSCH, M.A Chairman, Assistant Professor.

JAMES L. MOHATT, Ph.D Associate Profes':.or

JAMES PFOHL, Ph.D. Instructor

JOSEPH A. SALVATORE, Ph.D Assistant Professor

OTTO H. TOMASCH, M.F.A Instructor

RALPH C. WOOLLEY, B.M Assistant Professor



Not Pictured
SI HAM A. OSMAN, Ph.D



.Assistant Professor.



staff



BETSY ABRAMS
MILDRED COTTINGHAM
BRADLEY |. CULBERTSON
CANDACEHAWN
FREDW.ILGES
HEYWOOD G. KNIGHT



. Director of Financial Aid.

College Nurse.

. . Director of Admissions.
. . .Admissions counselor.
. Bursar-Business Manager.
President's Advisor



on Minority Affairs; Advisor — Afro-American Club.



RICHARD B. McCARTY
FRANK P. MUSSANO

Activities.

RICAHRD ROBINSON
DOROTHY R. ROOT
and counseling.
LEO RUVOLIS
JEAN SEMMELMAN
Scheduling.
GEORG SHEETS
LANCE SNYDER
JERRY SWEITZER
KATHY VELEZ
DR.JOHNWAMPLER
ELDON S.WEBB
Services.



Director of Development.

Director of Student

Assistant to the President.

Director of Placement

. Director of the Computer Center.
Director of Advising and

Director of Public Relations.

College Art Director.

News Bureau Editor.

Assistant tothe Activities Director.

College Physician.

Director of Administrative



Not Pictured



DON LEHR
RAM MARSHALL
EVELYN MAYER



. Admissions Counselor
. Admissions Counselor.
. . . Director of Housing.



Library



MARGARET S.ATWOOD,B.S.L.S Librarian,

Associate Professor.

DEG FARRELLY, M.L.S Director, Audio Visual

Services; Assistant Librarian; Instructor.
DOROTHY K. LAGUNOWICH, M.S.L.S.
Assistant Librarian, Assistant Professor.

JOSEPHINE S. ROYE, M.S.L.S Assistant

Librarian, Assistant Librarian, Assistant Professor.



Education Department



RICHARD H. ACHTZEHN, Ed.S.

Professor.

DEAN L. CHEESEBROUGH, Ph.D.

Professor.

BRIAN R. GLANDON, Ph.D

JACK C. JAQUET, M.S

PATRICK J. MASSA, M.S

LYNN S. ORLANDO, Ed.D

NINAK.REID,M.Ed.



Assistant Professor.
Associate Professor.
.Assistant Professor.

Assistant Professor.
.Assistant Professor.



Biological Sciences Department

IRENE J. AUSTIN, M.S Assistant Professor.

RICHARD J. CLARK, Ph.D Associate Professor.

MARILYN L. DALY, M.S Instructor.

ROBERT F. DENONCOURT, Ph.D Professor

CAROLYN F. MATHUR, Ph.D. Assistant

Professor.

BRUCE B. SMITH, Ph.D. .Chairman, Associate Professor.




Qports



Cross Country




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Mark Raubenstine, Daria Berkowitz, Kim Ferguson, Karen Cobb, Charles Stella. SECOND ROW: lack lacquet, Coach; Ken Sanders,
Tom lones, Bob Berrian, Keith Ensor, Mark hianson, Mike Ortega, Ron Scifers. Absent from Photo: Andy Buchanon, Carol Warren, Debra Wise, Kim Gay,
Deborah Noble.



Drew University 22 37 W

Millersville 47 16 L

Kutztown 38 23 L

Messiah 29 26 L

Loyola 25 32 W

Salisbury 35 25 L

Spring Garden 15 50 W

King's 29 28 L

Baptist Bible 24 31 W

Philadelphia Textile 33 25 L

Allentown 15 50 W

luniata 30 25 L

Western Maryland 28 27 L

Susquehanna 40 21 L

Delaware Valley 31 25 L

Lincoln 30 25 L

Dickenson 30 25 L

Galludet 21 40 W

Lebanon Valley Invitational 11th of 14

Mason Dixon Conference 7th of 12

NCAA Regional Qualifier 17th of 28





The Men's season ended with a 6-12 record, a drop from
the past few seasons. The record, however, does not turly
reflect the overall success of the team. York dropped the
weak sisters normally found on our schedule and added
such powers as King's, Philadelphia Textile, and Dickonson
in order to add more competition for the runners. Mark
Raubenstine and Ken Sanders provided keen competition
between them, usually finishing 1st and 2nd. Mark also set
a new record on the Resivoir Hill course.




Cross Country




Franklin And Marshall


45




16


L


Messiah


35




20


L


lohns Hopkins


29




27


L


Millersville


36




21


L


Franklin and Marshall


34




21


1.


Allentown


20




35


W


luniata


35




23


L


Western Maryland


23




32


W


Swarthmore


42




18


L


Dickinson


30




25


L


Lebanon Valley Inyitational


3rd


of


7




Essex Invitational


7th


of


12




Mason Dixon Conference


5th


of


8







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The Women's Cross Country season was a first for
York College. The small, but very ambitious team
started slowly, then picked up momentum winning
two of the last five meets. This was outstanding
considering the majority of the team members had
no prior experience. The nucleus was freshmen Daria
Berkowitz and Carol Warren, and sophomores Karen
Cobb, Kim Ferguson, and Kim Cay. DarIa was the
leading runner throughout the year while Kim Gay,
nursing a pre-season foot injury, provided the
enthusiastic leadership to motivate the team. With
these ladies returning for not one, but two or three
more seasons there appears to be a brilliant future for
Women's Cross Country.




Soccer




FROM ROW (I III R) Sioll Sluarl, Scoll Tallar, Bill \U I nice, Brian Forde, Martin Schnaars SECOND ROW Kcilh Rpighter, Bill Albert, Keith Orl, Dave
■Scooter" Farling THIRD ROW: Coach Keith Pelerman, Brian Schriver, Da\e Pavlim, FHans Kayser, |im McBride, |im Poulson, Greg FHinkel. Absent from
Picture: Randy Rich, Blame Bertolel.



SCORES



Messiah




4


1


Ml Saint Mary's




H)T


1


Kutztown




5


L


Salisbury




1 OT


L


Spring Garden




2


L


Lan< asler Bible




2


W


Allenlovvn







W


U.ol DC.




3


L


luniala







W


Susquehanna




S


L


Washington




2 0T


L


Si Mary's




1 OT


T


Millersvllle




3 0T


L





I he sixteen men who survived the first week of
practice displayed tremendous determination and
pride as they confronted numerically stronger squacis
throughout the season. Although the final log stood
at 3-9-1, the team took virtually every game into the
final minutes before the victor could be decided. Of
the five games ending in overtime, York lost four and
tied one. York simply lacked the edge on manpower,
not talent in most games since many of the York
players went the full 90 minutes of regulation time
and 20 m mutes of overtime without substitution.
Senior goalkeeper Bill McEntee registered his first
shutout as York defeated Allentown 9-0 before the
Homecoming/Parent's Day crowd, junior )im
Poulson received praise from many opposing
' <)a( hos for his excellent play as a sweeper back.
I reshman Martin Schnaars lead the team in scoring
with seven goals while Hans Kayser c ontributed six
goals and fourteen assists.




Field Hockey




FRONT ROW (L lo R) (\i\h\ ( r^ssliN sin in 'Miii;l'l.ir\ , lulie Carbough, Terri Yost, Terri Frank, Marilyn Dorsey, Sharon Seigle, Sharon Engle, Alison Kinkel.
SECOND ROW: Pat Ciaru lulU., Man la tnrighl, Kulh Xrinaiost, lane Farrell, Deb Kurtz, Pam Bingaman, Dawn Kirkpalrick, Roseanne Calcius. TFHIRD ROW;
Coach Nina Reld, Ronnie Donovan, lenny Morrow, Kelly lones, Katie O'Donahue, Kathy Faslnacht, Barb Voighl, Tracey Bare, Sue Kidd, Dawn FHooper,
Pam Sechrist, Beth Titus, Kelly Centzler.







SCORES






Yor


< Opponent


Team


York IV


Opponent


1


2


Lancaster Bible









5


Franklin and










Marshall





2


1


3


Towson






2


5


Western










Maryland





2


3





Loyola






1


3


Lebanon Valley


1


3





2


Gettysburg





5


1


1


Messiah








1


8


Elizabethlown





5


1


2


Kulzlown





1


2


4


Dickinson


3


2





1


Susc|uehanna


2


3


4


2


Rulgers-
Cainden




.





This was a rebuilding year for Coach Nina Reid with
the loss of six key players through graduation.
Inexperience and inconsistency in the goal area
posed a problem all season as the young ladies tried
to unify as a team. Desire and enthusiasm were
always present, however they alone could not
overcome the experienced competition. The future is
promismg with 23 players returning; including Katie
O'l^onnoghue, the team's high scorer.




Volleyball




FROM ROW (L lo R) . |(> Codlrcv, Nat Fuhrman, Calhy Ensor, Pam [Duncan SECOND ROW

Green, Coach, PamMinich,



anel March, , Sue Wilshirc T EFIRI) ROW: Palli



The Spartanettes of York College completed a

very successful season. Their record was an

outstanding 26-2 and 27-4 after post-season

play. Enroute to this outstanding performance

was a third place finish in the West Virginia

University Invitational Tournament. Our gals

were seeded sixth in the NCAA Division III

regional tournament but ankle injuries kept

them from acheiving their full potential. Seniors

)o Godfrey, Cathy Ensor, and Natalie Fuhrman

will be missed next year but ten underclassmen

stand ready to keep the program going.





SCORES
F ranklin and Marstidll
L'rsiniis
S\\ arthm(.)ro
iLinidtd
Loyola
Hiiquesne
Ccmt'va
Slippery Rock
lames Madison
Grove City
Slippery Rock
Elizabethtown
Essex Community College
Cec il Community College
Kutztown
Mansfield
M(>ssiah

Western Maryland
Line din
lli( kinson
Muhlenh(>rg
Susf]uehanna
Gettysburg
American
Hooti
Shepard
Towson
Buc knell

NCAA DIVISION REGIONAL
Bro( kport
luniata
Mansti(>ki



W
W

w
w
w
w
w
w
w

L
W
W

w
w
w
w
w

L
W
W
W
W

w
w
w
w
w
w

L
W




Basketball




VARSITY: FROM ROW (I lo R) Ron Kopko, Chris Ydlcs, Cornell Chappdl, Ken RkIcIk k, Slu Kri<
Al Mover, Scoll Mummcrl, |ini f orbi'b.



SECOND ROW: Coach |eff Camber, Francis Crawford,



The 1979-80 edition of Spartan Baskoll)all was

one of ups and downs. The hoopers started

slow, winning only one of the first seven.

However the next seven games saw York

winning six. At this point Senior Captain Scott

Mummert Injured a knee and was sidelined for

the duration of the season. The Spartans

managed just four wins In \hv remaining

thirteen games, finishing a respec tful 10-16.

With Mummert the only Senior on the team, the

underclassmen provided tremendous

determination and talent. Among these players

was Sophomore Ken RIddick who set records

with ease — Including most points: 540, average

per game: 20.8 and field goals made 221 . Ken Is

already second In career scoring with 959 and

only needs 447 more points to pass Scott Bortner

as all-time leading scorer. Scott Mummert's

abbreviated season did not stop him from

setting career records In free-throws made: 233

and field goal percentage; 502. Scott Is also third

all-time scorer with 933 pts. With all but

Mummert returning, next season should be both

exciting and successful





ILIMOKVAkSin FKONTKOW (I h. R) I rii\ B( II I ru Morns, Mike MuIIdiIm'v, F
Lamhcrlh, loin Shea, Mik( M(Clur( Gar\ lohnson Cloyd Grccdv, lames Morgan,



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VARSITY SCORES








York


Opponent


Salisbury State




71


80


Shippensburg




66


68


Millersville




.55


60


Elizabethtown




50


62


Rutgers-Camden


95


82


Loyola (MD)




62


81


Lycoming




75


76 2-OT


Grove City




77


68


lohns Hopkins




70


69


Washington an


d Lee


55


65


Clinch Valley




11


68


Penn State-Cap


itol


85


55


Susquehanna




77


72


Dickinson




68


65


Bloomsburg




60


75


Kutztown




44


5.?


Allentown




75


50


Mt, St. Mary's




65


80


Shippensburg




61


71


Mary WashingI


on


72


67


Lycoming




66


71


luniata




61


62 OT


Salisbury




76


85


Messiah




74


77


Lock hid\'en




77


91


Spring Garden




83


80



Wrestling




FROM ROW (I lo R) Ruh Cdhrcra, Icit Mahcr, loll Havmakcr, Scolt \a\\or, lason Yamal
Dave Alemi, Paul Daubc her, lell Smilh. THIRD ROW. Coath Broo). Landis, Mark Alessi, Sle
Ed Bals, Calvin Orr.



The wrestling team compiled a 7-6-1 dual meet

record tor its tenth straight winning season. In

tournament competition the team placed

eighth in the YCP Invitational and fifith in the

Washington and Lee Invitational. Senior jolt

Maher was the only Spartan wrestler to win an

individual championship in either tournament

although several York grapplers did finish

second and third. In post-season competition

six YCP wrestlers participated in the NCAA

Division III Eastern Regional Qualifying

Tournament. Senior |oe Mahon was York's only

qualifier for the national tournament but was

eliminated from the tournament in an early

round. Even though the success of this year's

team can't compare to that of previous teams,

their attitude and character can be compared.

This year's wrestling team showed a lot of guts

and pride overcoming numerous injuries and a

lack of depth to turn a potentially losing season

into another successful season for York College

Wrestling.



Iiihn Mih/iaiiM SI ( ( )M ) K( )W Coat h A( hizehn, |oe Mahon,
■ Cook, Doug Walkrf, Da^e Bellows. ABSENT FROM PICTURE:





SCORES



YORK


OPPONENT


TEAM





S4


Wilkes


23


18


Cetty5l:)urg


52


6


Loyola


21


18


Delaware State


6


40


Millersville


29


19


Towson


30


15


Rutgers-Camden


18


18


Elizabethtown


6


36


Shippensliurg


6


39


Kutztown


24


18


Swarthmore


32


17


Western Maryland


3


45


Salisbury State


12


36


George Mason




Basketball




FRONT ROW
Peggv Shorier,
\ina Rci(l,Coa< h



R) Calh\ Ensor, loanne Cofllrev, Mary Calhoun. Ri
Pam MinnK h, Barb V'oighl, , Sue VVilshire, IJcn



i)(in(Aan, Iciri frank,
Hudson THIRD ROU



\ntl SK"( )\l) ROW
,C\n(li Cahill,



Miller, Coach;
, Donna Hess,



The Lady Spartans cornplptpcl a successful

season with a 9-6 rec ord. This includecJ wins

over larger Division III schools including the

final game an exciting overtime victory against

Bucknell. One highlight was a 58-16 blackout

against Lebanon Valley in which the team

recorded 29 steals, well about their 11.3 game

average. Six seniors completed their last season

at York and will be dearly missed. These girls

include |o Godfrey, Mary Calhoun, Ronnie

Donovan, Cretchen Wolf, Terri Frank, and

Karen Bosko. This was Roger Miller's first season

as coach and we hope Roger will continue

success in the future.







SCORES






York


Opponent


Western Maryland


67


47


Elizabethtown


58


81


Rutgers-Camden


61


48


Kutztown


50


52 OT


Celtysljurg


57


77


Lmtoln


43


51


Die kinson


56


34


Susquehanna


68


41


Lel)an()n Valk^y


58


16


Franklin and Marsha


1 60


44


Swart hmore


65


40


luniata


37


66


Hood


52


38


Messiah


62


77


Bu( kncHI


55


53 OT





FROM ROW: (L lo R) Beth Hirkey, Deb Kurtz, Ian Shaeffer, Beth Zager, Kelly Trumbower, Donna Quinn, SECOND ROW
Boats, Tom McNabb, lim Kerins, |im Zerillo, Eric Thompson, Clay Simpson, Coach Massa. THIRD ROW: Jell Schmidt, Brad
del. Bill Degnan, Gary Tabbutt, Mike Oldt, Steve Seidel.



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Swimming



SCORES

7-6 Record

3rd Place Tri-State Intercollegiate Swimming and

Diving Championships.




Baseball











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FROM ROW: (L to R) Rick Greisemer, Al King, Todd Bricker, Dave Rayha, Steve MtLaughlm, Scott Remecker. SECOND ROW: John DeMartin, Mark
Brown, Chris Holv\-eger, Gary Fisher, Dave Smith, |eff Miller. THIRD ROW: lack laquel, Steve Ewing, Bill Riehl, Scotl Munnmert, Cioyd Geedy, )im Forbes,
Kevin Summerson, jerry Mclntyre, Rick Dressier, Tim Stefan.



Practice began in the Fall of 1979 tor the

purposes of establishing the 1980 baseball

squad. The head start proved helpful

considering the team's impressive 19-11 record

(.633 vyjnning percentage) against a stiff level of

competition found within the MAC. Seniors on

the squad included Bill Riehl, Kevin

Summerson, Chris Holweger, Scott Mummert

and |im Forbes. Special recognition is given to

Scott Mummert who posted amazing individual

records while playing with a severely injured

knee. He had a record setting batting average of

.478 and slugging percentage of .667. FHe walked

9 times, becoming a baserunner .538 times he

appeared at the plate.







SCORES






YORK


OPPONENT AND SCORE






3


Washington College


2




2


Washington College







3


Shippensburg


14




3


Shippensburg


2




7


Coppin State


4







Coppin State


3




12


Messiah College


ONo


Hitter


4


Delaware State


3




16


Delaware State


6







Lock Haven State


6




7


Lock Haven State


8




10


Franklin and Marshall


1




5


Allentown


1




12


Allentown


3




6


Bowie State


3




6


Wilmington


7




2


Wilmington


7




5


Millersville


8




9


Millersville


11




5


Spring Garden


2




9


Spring Garden







6


Susquehanna


1




8


Western Maryland


9




6


Western Maryland


4




4


Salisbury


11




1


Salisbury


6




9


luniata


6




9


luniata


2




1


Mt. St. Mary's







9


Mt. St. Mary's


3






Softball




In its second official season the Women's Softball Team of

YCP compiled an 8 win — 7 loss record. Team Members

include Pam Bingaman, Karen Bosko, Sue Collens, jane

Farrell, Cindy Fichter, Kate McMorrow, Pam Minnich, Sue

Musser, Kim Raber, Deb Rohra baugh, Cathy Sweitzer, Barb

Voight, Sue Wilshire, Sandy Byers, and Gigi O'Brien.

Managers are Marsha Enright and Ronnie Donovan.





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SCORES




)RK


OPPONENT


SCORE


11


Dickinson


4


4


Kutztown


15


11


Kutztown


10


5


Messiah


6



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