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DEATH: Sandra Kay Gelber

...owner of Haven Bay Physical Therapy, serving Sitka and outlying Southeast Alaska communities. She attended the University of Dayton and Boston University Sargent School of Physical Therapy. She is survived by her husband Timothy Riley; children...
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College corner: Marathon men

...Juneau-Douglas) sat out a redshirt transfer year this season after joining the Broncos following a freshman season at the University of Dayton where he led his team in wins and ERA. Hickey will play summer baseball for the Anchorage Bucs, his second year...
Chad Bentz earns first Class AA victory

...spend a summer or two in Alaska over the past 40 years. Dylan Hickey, a right-handed pitcher attending the University of Dayton, left the Anchorage Bucs on Monday when he developed tendinitis in his pitching arm. It was an early end to what...
My Turn: Creative interpretations

...flight from an oppressive combination of religion and government, contributed to the great freedom from religious pressure that Americans also cherish. Anthony J. Mirabella of Juneau is a student at the University of Dayton School of Law.
Three Juneau players help Shockers win Washington state Connie Mack tourney

...Washington's Connie Mack Baseball State Championship tournament. Dylan Hickey, who will be a freshman for the University of Dayton baseball team this fall, played left field in the title game and went 3-for-3 with a triple, a double, two...
UAS appoints two top leaders

...holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Toledo and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Dayton. He is a certified public accountant and certified management accountant.His new position as dean allows him to...
Focus on faculty: Published works, new hires

Humanities faculty news
Dean savors national championship

...homer, six runs scored and 16 RBIs for the Bruins (26-17 overall, 18-11 in the Atlantic Sun Conference). University of Dayton freshman right-handed pitcher Dylan Hickey (Juneau-Douglas) threw a complete game on May 7 as the Flyers...
Juneau baseball team opens vs. Lathrop

...The current Crimson Bears trailed 12-2 entering the last inning, but rallied for a 13-12 victory. Current University of Dayton freshman pitcher Dylan Hickey and former Macon Braves minor league pitcher Toby Staveland threw for the alumni...
Kohan, Boyce find a home on the water

When Ellie Boyce of Haines and Michael Kohan of Juneau went to college, neither young women had ever been in a rowing shell before. Earlier this month, both were rowing in the NCAA women's national championships in Indianapolis, and both women said rowing has become a major part of their college identities. Boyce, a senior geology major at Colby College of Waterville, Maine, was in the bow seat of her school's varsity eight boat as the Mules won the NCAA Division III national title on June 1, for her school's first national championship.


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