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Coaches’ Collective ‘Game Face’ Catches Charitable Contributions

Courageously stepping up (and sitting down), the Penn College Athletics staff elects to receive. Front row (from left): Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation; Tyler S. Mensch; men's soccer coach/game day manager; Matt J. Blymier, assistant director of athletics/sports information director; Chris H. Howard, baseball coach/game day manager; John F. McNichol Jr., women's soccer coach/game day manager; and Ryan S. Callahan, men's basketball coach/sports information assistant. Back row (from left): Lauren Healy, women's basketball coach/student-athlete development assistant; Derrick Winters and Joanna Entz, athletic trainers; John D. Vandevere, director of athletics; and Jackie Klahold, softball coach/senior women's administrator.
Courageously stepping up (and sitting down), the Penn College Athletics staff elects to receive. Front row (from left): Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation; Tyler S. Mensch; men’s soccer coach/game day manager; Matt J. Blymier, assistant director of athletics/sports information director; Chris H. Howard, baseball coach/game day manager; John F. McNichol Jr., women’s soccer coach/game day manager; and Ryan S. Callahan, men’s basketball coach/sports information assistant. Back row (from left): Lauren Healy, women’s basketball coach/student-athlete development assistant; Derrick Winters and Joanna Entz, athletic trainers; John D. Vandevere, director of athletics; and Jackie Klahold, softball coach/senior women’s administrator.
Howard (left) and McNichol, in post-pie mode
Howard (left) and McNichol, in post-pie mode
Blymier takes his turn on the other side of the fun.
Blymier takes his turn on the other side of the fun.
Taking (more than) one for the team, to the altruistic tune of nearly $300
Taking (more than) one for the team, to the altruistic tune of nearly $300

The Penn College Athletics Department held a “Pie the Coaches” fundraiser to kick off NCAA Division III Week on Monday, collecting $285 toward Autism Speaks’ awareness efforts. For a buck or two, donors could toss pies at their chosen Wildcat personality in the Keystone Dining Room.
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