Five members of the business communication class of 2019 met for brunch on a sunny Sunday with faculty member Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and former BizComm faculty Chip Rouse. There was a lot of pre-Covid catching up to do as the young women shared stories of their careers and lives. The alums are (from left to right) Naseehaa Bacchus, Lauren Novsak, Olivia Hare, Grace Clark, and Maya Murphy. Bell McManus and Rouse round out the table.
For excellence in and out of the classroom, the Dean Rose Dawson Scholar-Athlete Award is given in recognition of achievement in higher education, athletics, personal honor and team spirit. This award is given annually to the respective male and female athlete graduating with the highest cumulative GPA and is in consideration of the academic four-year work where the complete body of work is done at Stevenson University.
Ryan Coleman was also named to the first team in the Middle Atlantic Conference and ranks third on the team with 20 points and 14 goals. He has a point in eight of nine games this season, including a six-point performance in the season-opening victory at 18th-ranked Stevens. Coleman also netted three goals in the MAC Commonwealth semifinals win over Widener, according to gomustangsports.
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Jake Tatum was named MAC Offensive Player of the Year and a first team choice. According to gomustangsports, Tatum earned his second all-conference nomination after leading the team with 36 points on 25 goals and 11 assists. He has had six three-goal games this season, including five points in a victory over No. 6 York (Pa.). The senior netted his 100th career goal this season.