Beaver Falls, PA– In light of NCAA Division III Week, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) has selected individuals to highlight from each member institution of the PAC. On Tuesday April 8, the PAC selected Geneva’s Ashley Dupler to highlight as she reflects on the question of the week, ‘Why Division III?’
Dupler has been serving in Geneva’s athletic department for the past two years as the recipient of the through NCAA’s Division III Ethnic Minority and Women's Internship Grant Program. She serves faithfully as the Women’s Basketball assistant coach under the director of head coach Lori Wynn and as the assistant to Van Zanic, the Interim Athletic Director at Geneva College.
The article, Personalities of the PAC – Ashley Dupler (Geneva College), written by the Presidents’ Athletic Conference can be found at http://pacathletics.org/sports/2014/4/4/d3week-2014-dupler.aspx?id=465&
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