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  • 1978-1979
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  • Springfield College
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  • This photograph shows the Springfield College men’s volleyball team from the 1978-1979 academic year. The team members and their graduation years are, left to right: [first row] Richard R. Bartis (1979), Francis J. Sumpter (1980), Richard C. DeSanti (1979), Joel B. Dearing (1979), Kevin J. Lynch (1979), Coach Tom Hay, [second row] George M. Sabens (1981), Joseph C. Maraday, Jr. (1979), Gary M. Gildea (1981), Alfred T. Dobson (1981), Fred Tyson... more
    This photograph shows the Springfield College men’s volleyball team from the 1978-1979 academic year. The team members and their graduation years are, left to right: [first row] Richard R. Bartis (1979), Francis J. Sumpter (1980), Richard C. DeSanti (1979), Joel B. Dearing (1979), Kevin J. Lynch (1979), Coach Tom Hay, [second row] George M. Sabens (1981), Joseph C. Maraday, Jr. (1979), Gary M. Gildea (1981), Alfred T. Dobson (1981), Fred Tyson Krause (1981), Edwin Paul Mickiewicz, Jr. (1982), [third row] James T. Boehm (1981), Craig W. Barbaro (1982), Dana J. White (1982), and Mike Beaven. Led by Coach Tom Hay, the season ended with a 22-10 record. They finished fifth of twenty in the ECVL playoffs. During this year, Al Dobson won most improved player, and Frank Sumpter won most valuable player. Coach Tom Hay won the 1979 New England Coach of the Year. less
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