Game Plan

Photo: John Ferko Jr.

No. 21 Stephanie Seaman ’06 (left) was named most valuable player of the Moravian Winter Classic Tournament last week. She scored 18 points (game high) in the contest against Franklin
& Marshall and executed seven rebounds, five steals and two blocked shots. She also added to her overall career points, topping 1,000.

The Lady Greyhounds beat Albany College of Pharmacy 93-44 and Franklin & Marshall College 70-41 in the tourney. This is Moravian’s third tournament victory in five years.

A record of successful field goals for Kelly Applegate ’07 earned her a first place from the NCAA two weeks running. She and Jenny Hackleman ’07 were named to the alltournament team.

January 10, 2006 (pdf version)

In Conference:
Moravian forms new athletic conference with seven other colleges.

First and Foremost:
Dana Dunn's book is named one of the year's best by American Library Association's Choice magazine. Student team from Moravian wins area computer programming competition, places well in regionals.

Game Plan:
Stephanie Seaman tops 1,000 career points in Moravian Winter Classic Basketball Tournament.

Campus calendar.

Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Kimono Girls:
Winners of International Dinner talent competition.