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Lebanon Valley College Recognizes Fall Student-Athletes

 

ANNVILLE, PA (11/29/2022)-- Lebanon Valley College recognized its student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen fall athletic teams.

Local students include:

Kayleigh Kmet of Hainesport (08036), a graduate of Lenape High School and a field hockey team member, is pursuing a bachelor of science in communication sciences and disorders. The LVC field hockey squad finished with seven wins during the 2022 season, including key conference victories over Hood, Eastern, and Stevenson. Three student-athletes earned All-Middle Atlantic Conference honors.

Kevin Donahue of Sewell (08080), a graduate of Clearview Regional High School and member of the men's soccer team, is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science. The LVC men's soccer team finished with seven wins during the 2022 season. The Dutchmen captured the second straight Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Rookie of the Year award as Nathan Prex was honored. Two student-athletes earned All-MAC accolades and five were named Academic All-District.

Charles McCormick of Woodbury Heights (08097), a graduate of Gateway Regional High School and member of the men's soccer team, is pursuing a bachelor of science in actuarial science. The LVC men's soccer team finished with seven wins during the 2022 season. The Dutchmen captured the second straight Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Rookie of the Year award as Nathan Prex received the honor. Two student-athletes earned All-MAC accolades and five were named Academic All-District.

Christian Morrison of Delran (08075), a graduate of Delran High School and member of the men's cross country team, is pursuing a bachelor of science in psychology. The LVC men's cross country team completed a fall season with two runners qualifying for NCAA Championships. Three student-athletes finished with All-Middle Atlantic Conference accolades, and the team placed sixth at NCAA Regionals, its best finish in program history.

About Lebanon Valley College

Lebanon Valley College offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and graduate degrees in accounting/MBA (3+1), applied kinesiology, athletic training, business administration, clinical exercise physiology, clinical mental health counseling, education, intelligence and security studies, music education, speech-language pathology, sport performance, and STEM education, and numerous graduate certificates. The College employs 122 full-time faculty members; of the permanent faculty, 83 percent have Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 12:1, with an average class size of 20. These numbers reflect the College's commitment to student-centered curricula, individualized attention, and immersive learning experiences.

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