Homecoming court and alumni awards announced
Keystone College announced its Homecoming Court during festivities October 13 on campus. Pictured from left are: Temitope Adesanya, third runner-up; Benjamin Hawes, second runner-up; Taylor Tavares, queen; Dashawn Slappy, king; Victoria Eremo, second runner-up; and Sunshine Allen, first runner-up. Not pictured: Omar Arrieta, second runner-up; and Abreham Kittel, first runner-up.
The Keystone College Alumni Association honored a group of distinguished alumni for their outstanding achievements. Pictured from left: Jim Mirabelli ’05, Keystone Alumni Association president; Zach Morahan ’10, Keystone Alumni Association Vice President; Gretchen Ludders ’72, Distinguished Service to Keystone; Lyndsay Grady ’08, Young Alumni of the Year; and David L. Coppola, Ph.D, Keystone College President. Bill Evanina ’87, Keystonian of the Year, was unable to attend.
Athletics Hall of Fame
Keystone College also inducted its 13th Athletics Hall of Fame class on Saturday during a ceremony as part of Homecoming Weekend. Former Giants’ standouts to be enshrined in this year’s class include: Tyrone Fowlkes ’83 (men’s basketball), Kevin Hazard ’69 (wrestling), Carey Nemeth ’83 (baseball), and Jill Shoemaker ’87 (softball).
Pictured from left: Matt Grimaldi, Ed.D., Keystone College Director of Athletics; inductees Tyrone Fowlkes ’83, Carey Nemeth ’83, Jill Shoemaker ’87 and Kevin Hazard ’69; and David L. Coppola, Ph.D., Keystone College President.