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College Sports: Mustangs Make First-Ever Top 25 Ranking; Union College announces fall student athletes

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OWINGS MILLS, MD (09/27/2016)-- The football team places in the D3football.com top 25 for the first time in program history.

Daniel Williams of Sicklerville (08081)

Cory Pietrzyk of Turnersville (08012)

Jake Clayton of Woodbury (08096)

Stevenson University is a coeducational, independent institution widely known for its unique synthesis of traditional liberal arts education and exceptional career preparation. The 4,200 students receive an innovative education from the six academic schools- Business and Leadership, Design, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences, and Graduate and Professional Studies. Each student experiences individual attention from faculty members and extensive career preparation gained through real-world training. Two ideal locations just north of Baltimore, Maryland, in Stevenson and Owings Mills, make the University truly unique.

Union College announces fall student athletes

SCHENECTADY, NY (09/27/2016)-- Meet the Union College students who are participating in fall sports at the College.

Sean Carey, of Washington Township, NJ is a member of the football team.

Julia Ferrelli, of Mount Laurel, NJ is a member of the women's soccer team.

Hunter Ordukhanyan, of Washington Township, NJ is a member of the football team.

Harrison Wenzel, of Cape May, NJ is a member of the mens soccer team.

Union College, founded in 1795 as the first college chartered by the New York State Board of Regents, offers programs in the liberal arts and engineering to 2,100 undergraduates of high academic promise and strong personal motivation. Union, with its long history of blending disciplines, is a leader in educating students to be engaged, innovative and ethical contributors to an increasingly diverse, global and technologically complex society.

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