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Lebanon Valley College Recognizes NJ Winter Student-Athletes

Students salute

ANNVILLE, PA (04/16/2019)-- Lebanon Valley College recognized more than 199 student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen athletic teams during the winter season.

Local students include:

Casey Burke of Bridgeton (08302), a graduate of Cumberland Regional High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science and communication sciences and disorders and is a member of the women's swimming team. The Flying Dutchmen posted a 3-6 overall mark in 2018-19. At MAC Championships, Courtney Betsock was stellar in her preliminary swim of the 200-yard breaststroke. She swam it just under seven seconds better than her seed time to break the all-time LVC mark, a record that stood for over 24 years.

D'Anna Sydow of Mays Landing (08330), a graduate of Oakcrest High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in neuroscience and psychology and is a member of the women's swimming team. The Flying Dutchmen posted a 3-6 overall mark in 2018-19. At MAC Championships, Courtney Betsock was stellar in her preliminary swim of the 200-yard breaststroke. She swam it just under seven seconds better than her seed time to break the all-time LVC mark, a record that stood for over 24 years.

Cayla Sydow of Mays Landing (08330), a graduate of Cedar Creek High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in actuarial science and is a member of the women's swimming team. The Flying Dutchmen posted a 3-6 overall mark in 2018-19. At MAC Championships, Courtney Betsock was stellar in her preliminary swim of the 200-yard breaststroke. She swam it just under seven seconds better than her seed time to break the all-time LVC mark, a record that stood for over 24 years.

Lauren MacAvoy of Millville (08332), a graduate of Millville Senior High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in early childhood education and special education and is a member of the women's swimming team. The Flying Dutchmen posted a 3-6 overall mark in 2018-19. At MAC Championships, Courtney Betsock was stellar in her preliminary swim of the 200-yard breaststroke. She swam it just under seven seconds better than her seed time to break the all-time LVC mark, a record that stood for over 24 years.

Daniel Gorenberg of Cherry Hill (08003), a graduate of Cherry Hill High School East, is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science and is a member of the men's swimming team. LVC posted a 1-8 overall record in 2018-19, earning an 86-76 win over Stevenson on December 1. Against the Mustangs, Charlie Besjak, Derek Sauder, Gabe Dimisa, and Kurt Harnish won the 200-yard individual medley relay, and Besjak then took second in the 200-yard freestyle, while Kyle Kingsbury added a second-place finish in the 50-yard freestyle.

About Lebanon Valley College

Lebanon Valley College offers bachelor's degrees in the arts and humanities, business and communications, education, health professions, social sciences and psychology, and science, technology, engineering, and math. Advanced health professions degrees include a master of athletic training, a master of speech-language pathology, and a doctor of physical therapy. Online and graduate programs include an MBA with four concentrations and a general option offered on-campus or partially or fully online, a Master of Science in STEM Education, an Integrative STEM Education Certificate, a Master in Music Education, and a Modern Band Certificate. In 2018, the College was listed as #1 in the country for graduate job placement by the career guidance site Zippia.com, using federal data. The 357-acre campus is in Annville, Pa.

published gloucestercitynews.net | April 18, 2019

 

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