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Athletics Alumni Share Impacts of COVID-19 on Their Lives, Careers

Athletics Alumni Share Impacts of COVID-19 on Their Lives, Careers
In a photo taken by the Lebanon Daily News in March, Theresa Haley shows and explains what a PAPR system does to reporters at the Lebanon VA Hospital.

 A NICU travel nurse. A president of a Catholic High School. An infection preventionist at a VA Hospital.

These are just some of the job titles several University of Scranton athletics alumni across the country currently have, and since March, each has had to deal with the challenges brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic in their own ways.

Throughout the fall, Scranton Athletics profiled five former student-athletes, detailing their journeys from Scranton to their respective communities across the country, along with the challenges they have been dealing with in the face of the pandemic.

Former Volleyball Standout Kelly Loughlin ‘14 Blocks COVID-19 Spread in Honolulu 

Ledetsch '08 Adjusts on the Fly, Helps Long Island Block Back COVID-19 

Douthit '90 Guides Alma Mater Through COVID-19 Pandemic 

Theresa Haley ‘86 Prepares & Protects VA Hospital 

In San Diego, Crilly '15 Finds COVID Can Impact All Ages 

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