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Football - Sat, May. 2, 2015

Scranton, PA: For the second time in three days, the Lackawanna College Athletic Department and its football team are pleased to announce that former Falcon lineman, Mark Glowinski, has been selected in the NFL Draft. Glowinski was picked by Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round; the 134th overall player chosen.

 
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Kevin White with Lackawanna Coach, Mark Duda, and NFL.com Contributor, Mike Silver
Football - Thu, Apr. 30, 2015

Chicago, IL – Thursday night, former Falcon football star, Kevin White, was selected seventh overall in 2015 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. White is the second Falcon ever to be chosen in the first round of the draft. The other was Bryant McKinnie, who was also picked seventh overall in the 2002 draft by the Minnesota Vikings. 

 
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Kevin White Projected First Round NFL Draft Pick
Football - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

SCRANTON, Pa. – The NFL Network cameras were rolling on Lackawanna College's main campus on Friday, April 17 as network analyst Michael Silver spoke with football coaches and alumnus Kevin White about the upcoming NFL draft.

White, who completed his degree requirements in December 2012 and later made a name for himself at West Virginia University as one of the top wide receivers in the country, is expected to be selected in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

 
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Garden State Athletic Conference - Wed, Feb. 25, 2015

Lincroft, NJ - The Garden State Athletic Conference announced its 2015 All-GSAC Division III men's basketball teams today. After a standout two-year career where he scored 1,000 points, and a season where he finished second in the Nation with a 24.8 ppg average, Ocean's Anthony Walker was named the 2015 GSAC Division III men's basketball player of the year.

 
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Garden State Athletic Conference - Wed, Feb. 25, 2015

Lincroft, NJ - The Garden State Athletic Conference announced its Division III All-GSAC women's basketball team today.  Headlined by Middlesex's Quorea Peayer, the first team consisted five players and the second team, six players all hailing from New Jersey.

 
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