Lebanon Valley College recognizes fall student-athletes

The men’s soccer won 10 or more games for the third-consecutive season.

Lebanon Valley College recognized more than 250 student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen fall athletic teams.

Local athletes include:

Nicholas Sweitzer of Leesport, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School, Sweitzer is pursuing a bachelor of science in business administration.

Nicholas Bentz of Reading, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Exeter Township High School, Bentz is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science.

Victor Morcelo of Reading, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Berks Catholic High School, Morcelo is pursuing a bachelor of science in accounting.

Anthony Jenkins of Reading, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Muhlenberg High School, Jenkins is pursuing a bachelor of science in business administration.

Daymond Zweizig of Reading, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Oley Valley High School, Zweizig is pursuing a bachelor of science in psychology and business administration.

George Limberiou of Reading, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School, Limberiou is pursuing a bachelor of science in exercise science.

Logan Grauer of Mohrsville, a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley’s football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including a thrilling 30-24 2OT victory over MAC rivals Albright, sparking the March on Kreiderheim.

A graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School, Grauer is pursuing a bachelor of arts in applied history.

Charlotte Jones of Fleetwood, a member of the women’s cross country team. For women’s cross country, the Dutchmen enjoyed one of their best-ever seasons, as it was the first time they placed three runners inside the top-10 at MAC Championships and they posted their lowest point total in program history to place second out of 17 teams. On the men’s side, LVC placed sixth at MAC Championships and Noah Griffin earned MAC Rookie of the Year honors.

A graduate of Fleetwood Area High School, Jones is pursuing a bachelor of science in digital communications and art and visual culture.

Marah Hoffman of Birdsboro, a member of the women’s cross country team. For women’s cross country, the Dutchmen enjoyed one of their best-ever seasons, as it was the first time they placed three runners inside the top-10 at MAC Championships and they posted their lowest point total in program history to place second out of 17 teams. On the men’s side, LVC placed sixth at MAC Championships and Noah Griffin earned MAC Rookie of the Year honors.

A graduate of Exeter Township High School, Hoffman is pursuing a bachelor of arts in English and creative writing.

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