HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Daniel Scalley of Cedar Knolls, is one of more than 130 student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen during the shortened spring 2020 season. Scalley, a graduate of Whippany Park High School, bachelor of arts in applied history at The Valley.
Scalley was a member of the baseball team. LVC got off to one of its best starts in program history before the season was cut short. The Dutchmen went 10-2 overall, including nine consecutive victories: seven in Florida and a pair of wins in South Carolina. The Dutchmen’s spring-break trip was highlighted by Michael Leri, who recorded five home runs in a week, en route to a National Division III Hitter of the Week honor.
A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III, American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA), Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC), and Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC), Lebanon Valley College offers 26 sports.
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About Lebanon Valley College
Lebanon Valley College offers bachelor’s degrees in the arts and humanities, business and communications, education, health professions, social sciences and psychology, and science, technology, engineering, and math. Advanced health professions degrees include master of athletic training, master of clinical mental health counseling, master of science in exercise science (three tracks), master of speech-language pathology, and a doctor of physical therapy.
Online and graduate programs include an MBA with six concentrations and a general option offered on-campus or partially or fully online, a Master of STEM Education, an Integrative STEM Education Certificate, a Master in Music Education, and a Modern Band Certificate. In 2018 and 2019, the College was listed as #1 in Pennsylvania (and #1 and #4 overall, respectively) for graduate job placement by the career guidance site Zippia.com, using federal data.