What a Racket

Photo: John Ferko Jr.

Jason Toedter ’04 became the first men’s tennis player in College history to win the Middle Atlantic Conference individual singles championship. That was on April 25 at Lehigh University. The next day, he was named Commonwealth Conference player of the year.

Jason has been on the Commonwealth All-Conference First Team the last four years, ending the season as the Greyhounds’ top singles player. He finished his career with a 54-18 singles record, breaking the Moravian record for most singles wins in a career, set by David Kurvink ’03 (50 wins) in 2003.

FYI, they are both sons of faculty: Jason’s mother is Lori Toedter, professor of psychology, and David’s is Karen Kurvink, associate professor of biology.

Jason, from Easton, is majoring in political science and engineering.

May 4, 2004

A Good Report Card:
Education Department passes state review with flying colors.

What a Racket:
Jason Toedter '04 is first ever from Moravian to win conference men's singles championship.

Six Degrees of Separation:
There's another branch of the von Allmen family -- also in Business and Economics.

Bach for More:
The 2004 Bethlehem Bach Festival features composer-in-residence Larry Lipkis in four roles.

Jon Conrad wins award from Red Cross.
Campus calendar.
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.