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FAX-574/284-4716. E-mail-dbalka@saintmarys.edu.

AD/SWA—Lynn Kachmarik, 574/284-5547. FAX-574/284-4797.


St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686 Division III.

P—Jane Margaret O’ Brien, 240/895-4410. FAX-240/895-4462.


F—Jeffrey Byrd, 240/895-2973. FAX-240/895-4996.


AD—Scott Devine, 240/895-4313. FAX-240/895-4480.


SWA—Nan Hambrose, Associate Director of Athletics and Recreation, 240/895-4323. FAX-240/895-4480.


St. Mary’s University (Texas), San Antonio, TX 78228-8572 Division II.

Roll of Members - S P—Charles Cotrell, 210/436-1200. FAX-210/431-2226.


F—Ray Wooten. E-mail-rwooten@stmarytx.edu.

AD—Charlie Migl, 210/436-3528. FAX-210/436-3040.


SWA—Donna Fields, 210/436-3528. FAX-210/436-3040.


St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona, MN 55987-1399 Division III, Baseball II.

P—Louis De Thomasis, 507/457-1503. FAX-507/457-1566.

F—Larry Luttmers, Chairperson of Psychology, 507/457-1426.

FAX-507/457-1633. E-mail-lluttmer@smumn.edu.

AD—Chris Kendall, 507/457-1781. FAX-507/457-6640.


SWA—Nicole Fennern, Assistant Director of Athletics, 507/457-1638.

FAX-507/457-6640. E-mail-nfennern@smumn.edu.

St. Michael’s College, Colchester, VT 05439 Division II.

P—Marc VanderHeyden, 802/654-2211. FAX-802/654-2701.


F—John N. Carvellas Jr., Professor of Economics, 802/654-2365.

FAX-802/655-3680. E-mail-jcarvellas@smcvt.edu.

AD—Geraldine Knortz, 802/654-2200. FAX-802/654-2497.


St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI 54115 Division III.

P—William Hynes, 920/403-3165. FAX-920/403-4096.


F—Jeffrey D. Ritter, Associate Professor of Business Administration, 920/403-3234. FAX-920/403-4098. E-mail-jeff.ritter@snc.edu.

AD—Timothy A. Bald, 920/403-3986. FAX-920/403-3128.


SWA—Connie L. Tilley, Women’s Basketball Coach, 920/403-3033.

FAX-920/403-3218. E-mail-connie.tilley@snc.edu.

St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN 55057-1098 Division III.

P—Christopher Thomforde, 507/646-3000. FAX-507/646-3549.

F—Wesley Pearson, Professor of Chemistry, 507/646-3400.

FAX-507/646-3572. E-mail-pearson@stolaf.edu.

AD—Matt McDonald, 507/646-3638. FAX-507/646-3572.


SWA—Cindy Book, 507/646-3255. FAX-507/646-3572.


St. Paul’s College, Lawrenceville, VA 23868 Division II.

P—John K. Waddell, 434/848-6401. FAX-434/848-6407.


F—Sunday A. Adesuyi, 434/848-6484. FAX-434/848-1863.


AD—LeRoy Bacote, 434/848-6403. FAX-434/848-6407.


SWA—Tiffani Sykes, 434/848-1828. FAX-434/848-1833.


St. Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ 07306 Division I.

P—James N. Loughran, 201/915-9014. FAX-201/451-3515.


F—Eileen L. Poiani, Vice-President for Student Affairs, 201/915-9018.

FAX-201/946-1919. E-mail-epoiani@spc.edu.

AD—William A. Stein, 201/915-9093. FAX-201/915-9102.


SWA—Jessica Hegmann, Assistant Athletics Director, 201/415-9098.

FAX-201/419-9092. E-mail-jhegmann@spc.edu.

College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY 12203 Division II.

P—R. Mark Sullivan, 518/454-5120. FAX-518/458-5447.


F—Jeffrey Marlett, Professor, 518/454-2005.


AD—Catherine C. Haker, 518/454-5282. FAX-518/458-5457.


SWA—Karen Haag, 518/454-2064. FAX-518/458-5457.


College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN 55811-4199 Division III.

P—Larry Goodwin, 218/723-6033. FAX-218/723-6290.


F—Steve Erickson, 218/723-6721. FAX-218/723-5958.


AD—Dana Moore, 218/723-6721. FAX-218/723-5958.


SWA—Stacy Deadrick, Women’s Basketball Coach, 218/723-6299.

FAX-218/723-5958. E-mail-sdeadric@css.edu.

University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), St. Paul, MN 55105 Division III.

P—Dennis Dease, 651/962-6500. FAX-651/962-6504.


F—Steven Hatting, Associate Professor, Political Science, 651/962-5721. FAX-651/962-6360. E-mail-shhatting@stthomas.edu.

AD—Stephen J. Fritz, 651/962-5901. FAX-651/962-5910.


SWA—Jo Ann Andregg, Associate Athletics Director, 651/962-5902.

FAX-651/962-5910. E-mail-j9andregg@stthomas.edu.

St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, NY 10976 Division II.

P—Margaret Mary Fitzpatrick, 914/398-4013. FAX-914/398-4015.


F—Mary Ellen Ferraro, 845/398-4175. FAX-845/398-4224.


AD—Gerald Oswald, 845/398-4186. FAX-845/398-4224. E-mail-goswald@stac.edu.

Roll of Members - S SWA—Barbara Vano, 845/398-4058. FAX-845/398-4224.


Salem International University, Salem, WV 26426 Division II.

P—Richard Ferrin, 304/782-5317. FAX-304/782-5306.

F—Janice Holland, 304/782-4528. FAX-304/782-4916.

AD—Lou Talerico, 304/782-5573. FAX-304/782-5516.


SWA—Amy Schmaltz, 304/782-5394. FAX-304/782-5516.


Salem State College, Salem, MA 01970 Division III.

P—Nancy Harrington, 978/542-6134. FAX-978/542-6126.


F—Paul McGee, 978/542-6647. E-mail-paul.mcgee@salemstate.edu.

AD—Timothy Shea, 978/542-6517. FAX-978/741-2926.


SWA—Wendy Rogers, Assistant Athletics Director, 978/542-6569.

FAX-978/542-2926. E-mail-wendy.rogers@salemstate.edu.

Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD 21801-6860 Division III.

P—Janet Dudley-Eshbach, 410/543-6011. FAX-410/548-2181.

F—Mary Kane, Professor of Nursing, 410/543-6406.

FAX-410/548-3313. E-mail-mkkane@salisbury.edu.

AD—Michael Vienna, 410/548-3503. FAX-410/546-2639.


SWA—Jill Stephenson, 410/543-6357. FAX-410/546-2639.


Salve Regina University, Newport, RI 02840-4192 Division III.

P—M. Therese Antone, 401/341-2337. FAX-401/847-4150.


F—John J. Rok, Vice-President, Student Life, 401/341-2205.

FAX-401/847-0372. E-mail-rokj@salve.edu.

AD—Del Malloy, 401/341-2268. FAX-401/341-2960.


SWA—Lisa Yenush, 401/341-2247. FAX-401/341-2960.


Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX 77341 Division I.

P—James Gaertner, 936/294-1013. FAX-936/294-1495.

F—R. Dean Lewis, Dean of College of Business, 936/294-1254.

FAX-936/294-3612. E-mail-bed_rdl@shsu.edu.

AD—Bobby Williams, 936/294-4205. FAX-936/294-3538.


SWA—Chris Thompson, 936/294-3542. FAX-936/294-3538.


Samford University, Birmingham, AL 35229 Division I.

P—Thomas E. Corts, 205/726-2727. FAX-205/726-2061.


F—Christopher Metress, Assistant Professor of English, 205/726-2192. FAX-205/726-2112. E-mail-cpmetres@samford.edu.

AD—Bob Roller, 205/726-2131. FAX-205/726-2132.


SWA—Courtney McCrory, Assistant Athletics Director, 205/726-4052.

FAX-205/726-2132. E-mail-jrcone@samford.edu.

University of San Diego, San Diego, CA 92110-2492 Division I.

P—Mary E. Lyons, 619/260-4520. E-mail-mlyons@sandiego.edu.

AD/SWA—Jo-Ann Nester, 619/260-4803. FAX-619/260-2213.


San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182 Division I.

P—Stephen L. Weber, 619/594-5201. FAX-619/594-8894.


F—Roger W. Caves, 619/594-6472. FAX-619/594-1165.


AD—Mike R. Bohn, 619/594-6357. E-mail-bohn@mail.sdsu.edu.

SWA—Kathy Van Wyk, Head Softball Coach, 619/594-1952.

FAX-619/594-1674. E-mail-vanwyk@mail.sdsu.edu.

University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080 Division I.

P—Stephen J. Privett, 415/422-6762. FAX-415/422-2303.


F—William A. Edwards, Professor of Sociology, 415/422-6619.

FAX-415/422-2772. E-mail-edwardsw@usfca.edu.

AD—William J. Hogan, 415/422-2923. FAX-415/422-5332.


SWA—Sandee L. Hill, Senior Associate Director of Athletics, 415/422-2930. FAX-415/422-2510. E-mail-hill@usfca.edu.

San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA 94132 Division II.

P—Robert A. Corrigan, 415/338-1381. FAX-415/338-6210.


F—Christine F. Summerford, Professor of Kinesiology, 415/338-1559.

FAX-415/228-7566. E-mail-summer@sfsu.edu.

AD—Michael J. Simpson, 415/338-2218. FAX-415/338-1967.


SWA—Tracy Cumming, 415/338-2485. FAX-415/338-1967.


San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 95192 Division I.

P—Don Kassing, 408/924-1177. FAX-408/924-1199.


F—Bill Fisher, Professor, 408/924-2496. FAX-408/924-2476.


AD—Chuck Bell, 408/924-1200. FAX-408/924-1236.


SWA—Nancy Lewis, Director of Golf, 408/924-1206. FAX-408/924E-mail-nlewis2@email.sjsu.edu.

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA 95053 Roll of Members - S Division I.

P—Paul L. Locatelli, 408/554-4100. FAX-408/554-4101.


F—George Giacomini, Assistant to the President, 408/554-4129.

FAX-408/554-4101. E-mail-ggiacomini@scu.edu.

SWA—Robin Reynolds, 408/554-6962. FAX-408/554-6969.


Savannah State University, Savannah, GA 31404 Division I.

P—Carlton Brown, 912/356-2240. FAX-912/356-2998.


F—George N. Williams, Professor of Chemistry, 912/356-2244.

FAX-912/356-2996. E-mail-williamg@tigerpaw.savstate.edu.

AD—Robert “Tony” ONeal, 912/353-5181. FAX-912/353-5287.


SWA—Marilynn Suggs, 912/351-6666. FAX-912/353-5787.


Schreiner University, Kerrville, TX 78028 Division III.

P—Charles Timothy Summerlin, 830/896-5411. FAX-830/896-3232.


F—Steven Ellers, Assistant Professor of Political Science, 830/792-7433. FAX-830/896-3232. E-mail-slellers@schreiner.edu.

AD—Rhonda Ruesch, 830/792-7309. FAX-830/792-7483.


SWA—Diana Comuzzie, Dean of Sciences and Math, 830/792-7244.

FAX-830/896-3232. E-mail-comuzzie@schreiner.edu.

University of Scranton, Scranton, PA 18510 Division III.

P—Scott R. Pilarz, 570/941-7500. FAX-570/941-5926.


F—Roy Domenico, Associate Professor-History, 570/941-4143.

FAX-570/941-5843. E-mail-domenicor2@scranton.edu.

AD—Toby Lovecchio, 570/941-7440. FAX-570/941-4223.


SWA—Brenda Brewer, Assistant Director of Athletics, 570/941-4243.

FAX-570/941-4223. E-mail-minerb1@scranton.edu.

Seattle University, Seattle, WA 98122-1090 Division II.

P—Stephen Sundborg, 206/296-1891. FAX-206/296-6200.

F—Chauncey Burke, Assistant Professor, Management, 206/296-5707. E-mail-burke@seattleu.edu.

AD—Wendy J. Guthrie, 206/296-5944. FAX-206/296-2154.


Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA 98119-1997 Division II.

P—Philip W. Eaton, 206/281-2111. FAX-206/281-2115.


F—William H. Woodward, Professor of History, 206/281-2163.

FAX-206/281-2266. E-mail-woodward@spu.edu.

AD—Tom Box, 206/281-2085. FAX-206/281-2266.


SWA—Erin O’Connell, Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance, 206/281-2973. FAX-206/281-2266. E-mail-ocone@spu.edu.

Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ 07079 Division I.

P—Robert T. Sheeran, 973/761-9691. FAX-973/761-9071.


F—George Browne, Associate Professor, 973/761-9447.

FAX-973/761-9596. E-mail-brownge@shu.edu.

AD—Jeffrey H. Fogelson, 973/761-9498. FAX-973/761-7365.


SWA—Ginger Fulton, Senior Associate Director of Athletics, 973/761-9498. FAX-973/761-9675. E-mail-fultongi@shu.edu.

Shaw University, Raleigh, NC 27601 Division II.

P—Clarence Newsome, 919/546-8300. FAX-919/546-8301.


F—Claud Flythe, Special Assistant to the President, 919/546-8300.

FAX-919/546-8301. E-mail-cflythe@shawu.edu.

AD—Alfonza L. Carter, 919/546-8281. FAX-919/546-8444.


SWA—Dianthia Ford-Kee, 919/546-8290. FAX-919/546-8444.


Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA 22601 Division III.

P—James A. Davis, 540/665-4505. FAX-540/665-5481.


F—Travis Sample, Professor of Business, 540/665-5434.


AD—John Hill, 540/665-4646. FAX-540/665-4934.


SWA—Kathy Orsini, Assistant Director of Athletics, 540/665-5400.

FAX-540/665-4934. E-mail-korsini@su.edu.

Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV 25443-3210 Division II.

P—David L. Dunlop, 304/876-5107. FAX-304/876-6007.


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