Adam Brossman ’08, arguably the greatest wide receiver to ever suit up for LVC football, and Stacey Hollinger, LVC’s associate director of athletics and senior women’s administrator, will be inducted into the Central Chapter PA Sports Hall of Fame on Nov. 11. Brossman holds several season receiving records and three career records: receiving yards, receptions, and receiving touchdowns. Hollinger, now an administrator, is the all-time winningest coach in LVC softball history with 428 wins and four MAC Commonwealth Championships. She was also an assistant coach for LVC field hockey, helping lead the squad to a pair of NCAA Final Four appearances.
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Anthony Calabrese ’73, psychology, a three-sport star in high school and a football and lacrosse star at LVC, was inducted into the 2018 class of the Geneva Sports Hall of Fame. In 1989, he was inducted into the LVC Athletic Hall of Fame and in 2013 Calabrese was named to the Middle Atlantic Conference All-Century Lacrosse Team.
Barry Streeter ’71, sociology, retired after 39 years as head football coach of Gettysburg College. He began as an assistant coach at Cumberland Valley High School then the University of Delaware. He was inducted into the Lebanon Valley College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003, where he was a star football player and lacrosse player as an undergraduate. Streeter finished his college coaching career with 196 wins, 10th best among current NCAA Division III football coaches.
The Flying Dutchmen football squad used a combined defensive and offensive effort to defeat defending conference champions Stevenson University 31-24 on Henry and Gladys Arnold Field last weekend. The largest Homecoming crowd in history saw the Dutchmen defense force seven turnovers and senior Jon Jones run for a pair of touchdowns and toss another.
LVC improved to 2–1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference after the football team’s 24–14 victory over Jersey’s FDU-Florham on Saturday. Senior Jon Jones, a sociology major with a law and society minor, led all rushers with 73 yards on the ground. Classmate Paxson Hayes, a business administration major, led the scoring with two rushing touchdowns. It was the teams’ annual Coach to Cure MD game at Henry and Gladys Arnold Field. Levi Haines, who is battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, once again served as honorary caption.
Jeremy De La Cruz ’18, a criminal justice major with a Spanish minor, hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions during the football team’s 36–0 road victory over Wilkes University. De La Cruz, a wide receiver and Lebanon High School graduate, caught TD passes of 55 and 10 yards from quarterback Tyler Sterner ’18, business administration.
The LVC football team—a record 129 strong—and a dozen coaches spent a recent Sunday helping clean up the area near Stoever’s Dam in Lebanon at the suggestion of Mayor Sherry Capello. Led by Head Coach Joe Buehler ’89, the student-athletes and coaches cleared a popular hiking trail, made some minor repairs on a bridge, and even helped push a work truck out of the mud.