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A collage of all five Moravian All-Americans.

ABOVE: Pictured (from left) are Jenn Dalickas ’15, Matt Hanson ’15, Kristopher Joint ’14, Timothy Lorah ’14 and Chris Soltys ’14. (Photos courtesy of the Moravian College Sports Information Department)


Five Greyhounds Named All-Americans

Five Moravian student-athletes concluded their stellar spring seasons by earning the title of All-American.

In track and field, Kristopher Joint ’14 (triple jump) and Timothy Lorah ’14 (javelin) earned All-America honors at the 2014 NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships at Ohio Wesleyan University May 24. Joint earned his fourth career All-America honor after placing third with a jump of 14.79 meters. Lorah garnered All-America honors for the second consecutive year with a fourth-place throw of 64.67 meters.

On the diamond, right fielder Matt Hanson ’15 was selected to the 2014 D3baseball.com All-America Second Team, while relief pitcher Chris Soltys ’14 earned a spot on the All-America Third Team. Hanson, also named to the 2014 American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Division III All-America Third Team, posted a .408 batting average ­— the sixth best mark in school history. Soltys tallied a 6-1 record and four saves, while allowing just four earned runs over 41.2 innings.

Softball first baseman Jenn Dalickas ’15 was named to the 2014 Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Second Team. Dalickas paced Moravian with a .505 batting average, tallying school records in home runs (12), RBIs (53) and total bases (106).

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