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Women’s Volleyball Team Honors Senior Members


Alyssa M. Covas (9) is joined by her mother, Denise, and Ashley D. Oswald by her parents, Denny and Susan, at midcourt A crowd of more than 200 people watched in Bardo Gymnasium on Thursday night as the Penn College women’s volleyball team defeated Penn State Abington and said a tearful “goodbye” to seniors Alyssa M. Covas and Ashley D. Oswald. Covas, of Pottsville, enrolled in the applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, and Oswald, of Altoona, a dental hygiene student, were joined by family members and introduced by coach Bambi Hawkins. All varsity Wildcat teams including women’s volleyball, which defeated Abington 25-4, 25-9 and 25-9 pay tribute to their graduating members duringthe regular season.Photo by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer

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