About Moravian College
Moravian College is a welcoming, private, liberal arts institution located in the heart of the Lehigh Valley in
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1742, it is recognized as the sixth-oldest college in the country. Enrollment
is approximately 1,600 undergraduates each year, which maintains a favorable faculty to student ratio, small class
size, and emphasis on personalized teaching.
Moravian believes its mission is to integrate a liberal arts education with preparation for life, enriching students
in and out of the classroom. Moravian aims to give its students a foundation for careers or graduate/professional
school, for continued lifelong learning, and for a values-oriented approach to society.
With over 50 different programs of study and more than 70 clubs and organizations, Moravian offers ﬂexibility
and diversity among all academic and extracurricular areas. The College grants the Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of
Music, and Bachelor of Science degrees.
On the athletic ﬁelds, Moravian’s 18 men’s and women’s varsity teams have a winning tradition. During
the 2010-11 school year, Moravian won six Landmark Conference championships with ten teams reaching post-
season play including NCAA Championship berths for the women’s tennis and and softball teams. In addition, ten
student-athletes earned All-America status with ﬁve national champions in track & ﬁeld.
Approximately one-quarter of Moravian’s student body participates in intercollegiate athletics every year, and
many more compete in club sports and intramurals. Moravian’s student-athletes excel academically. The College
has had 35 Capital One Academic All-Americans including one in 2010-11, while more than 70 student-athletes
earn spots on the conference All-Academic Honor Rolls yearly.
A Division III institution, Moravian has excellent athletics facilities including the venerable Johnston Hall,
Breidegam Fieldhouse, and the Moravian College Steel Athletics complex with Sportexe Turf on Rocco Calvo
Field and an eight-lane, Olympic-quality Mondo track, both installed in 2005. Moravian is undergoing construc-
tion to complete a multimillion dollar project that will include a state of the art ﬁtness center extending from the
Breidegam Fieldhouse. The project is expected to be completed by January 2012.
The College has a strong sense of identity and purpose ﬁrmly rooted in a long and rich tradition. Both in and
out of the classroom, Moravian and its students maintain that tradition.
For more information on enrolling at Moravian, contact:
Ofﬁce of Admissions, 1200 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018
Tel: (610) 861-1320 or 800-441-3191 Fax: (610) 625-7930
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.moravian.edu
The Moravian Promise
As a Moravian College student, you will be challenged to reach your full potential as an individual while you
beneﬁt from our supportive learning community. With more than 250 years of experience in providing equal ac-
cess to education for all, Moravian promises to partner with you to build a strong foundation for your personal
and professional future.
Moravian will challenge you with:
A strong, personalized academic major
Students are challenged by programs that develop from our faculty’s innovative teaching, the intellectual relation-
ships between faculty and students, and opportunities for personalized learning.
Hands-on learning opportunities
Students participate in collaborative research and scholarship such as our SOAR and Honors programs, intern-
ships, work-study, leadership, and community service.
An environment that promotes the development of a deeper enjoyment of life
Students develop personally through co-curricular activities, athletics and recreation, music and the arts, and op-
portunities for an active social life.
You will leave Moravian with the skills, knowledge, and support to more deeply enjoy life, work, and your role
in the world.
Moravian College encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of
accomodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact the athletic department at 610-861-1534 at least one week
prior to the event.
Golf at Moravian Head Coach Kevin Edwards
Following a fall season that usually features three to eight tournaments, the Greyhounds’ spring Kevin Edwards is beginning his second year as the head
season gets underway in late March and consists of ﬁve to eight tournaments and two to ﬁve dual coach of the Moravian golf team after serving as co-head coach
or tri-meet events. Moravian, which won the 2006 Commonwealth Conference title, plays its home in 2008-09 in the ﬁnal year of former coach John Makuvek’s 43
dual matches at the Saucon Valley Country Club par-72 Weyhill Course. The Greyhounds joined the seasons as the Greyhounds head coach.
Empire 8 Conference as an associate member in 2009-10, and will host two tournaments at the par Edwards is a 1996 graduate of Moravian College and is
72 Woodstone Country Club this season. currently the PGA Director of Golf at Woodstone Country Club
in Danielsville, Pennsylvania located approximately 20 minutes
north of Moravian where the team hosts both a fall and spring
Founded 1742 Home Courses Saucon Valley Country Club invitational. He was a member of the 1994 undefeated MAC
Enrollment 1,564 Par 72 - Weyhill Course Championship Team and earned All-MAC honors in 1994 and
Colors Navy Blue & Grey Woodstone Country Club - Par 72 1996.
Nickname Greyhounds Head Coach Kevin Edwards (2nd year)
Afﬁliation NCAA Division III Ofﬁce Phone (610) 861-1535 Edwards has been a PGA Member for 11 years and currently
Conferences Landmark Conference, Fax (610) 625-7954 serves on several Philadelphia Section PGA committees including
Eastern College Athletic Conf. E-Mail email@example.com the education and membership committees. He previously served
President Christopher M. Thomforde Assistant Coaches Stephen Frederick, John Makuvek
Director of Athletics Scot Dapp
as the men’s golf coach at Muhlenberg College for two seasons
2010-11 Record 0-0
Athletics Website www.moravian.edu/athletics 2010-11 Conf. Record 0-0 while an Assistant PGA Professional at Lehigh Country Club and
Head Athletic Trainer Bob Ward, ATC Postseason 2nd of 8 at Empire 8 Championship led the 2004 team to a Centennial Conference title.
Asst. Athletic Trainer Frank Jackson, ATC Starters Back/Lost 5/2
Asst. Athletic Trainer Kristen Glose, ATC
You can contact coach Edwards via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (610) 861-
Lettermen Back/Lost 5/2
2011-12 Schedule 2011-12 Top Returnees
Monday 12 at Albright College with Valley Forge Christian College 2:00 p.m. Returning Players Career Honors
Thursday 15 Moravian College Fall Invitational at Woodstone Country Club 12:30 p.m. John Dimler, Sr., Allentown, Pa./Parkland HS
Saturday 17 at 2011-12 Empire 8 Conference Tournament Round #1 in New York TBA
Sunday 18 at 2011-12 Empire 8 Conference Tournament Round #2 in New York TBA Thomas Fenyak, Jr., Centreville, Va./Westﬁeld HS All-Conference Second Team 2010-11
Monday 26 at Franklin & Marshall College Invitational at Bent Creek Country Club 12:30 p.m.
Sam Stires, Sr., Bedminster, N.J./Bernards HS
Thursday 6 at Elizabethtown College Invitational at Hershey Country Club 12:30 p.m. Scott Stires, Sr., Bedminster, N.J./Bernards HS
Monday 17 at Muhlenberg College Invitational at Lehigh Country Club 12:00 p.m.
Thursday 29 Moravian College Spring Invitational at Woodstone Country Club 12:30 p.m.
Saturday 21 at 2011-12 Empire 8 Conference Tournament Round #3 in Pennsylvania TBA
Sunday 22 at 2011-12 Empire 8 Conference Tournament Round #4 in Pennsylvania TBA
Remainder of Spring Schedule to be Announced
#Matte Award match
For more information, visit www.moravian.edu/athletics/golf
Photos by Image by Hugo, Whitehall, Pa.
Empire 8 Conference
Moravian began an associate membership in the Empire 8 Conference in 2009-10.
The members of the Empire 8 are committed ﬁrst and foremost to the pursuit of academic excel-
lence and aspire to be regarded as an outstanding NCAA Division III conference. The membership
seeks to distinguish itself among its peer group for its quality institutions, spirited and sportsmanlike
competition, outstanding services and highly ethical policies and practices. Its commitment to serve
the educational needs of its student-athletes is the hallmark of the Empire 8.
The Empire 8 golf tournament consists of two rounds played in the fall and an additional two rounds
in the spring.