John Dunlavy ’07 receives award for baseball accomplishments

John Dunlavy ’07, also a former hitting coach at Ripon College, was featured in an article, “Clintonville hosts sports awards banquet,” May 24, 2018, in the Waupaca County News. Dunlavy received a Doug Jirschele Sports Award in Clintonville.

Dunlavy played baseball at Ripon College, was a member of the Midwest Conference Championship teams for four years and was named a First Team All-Conference selection three times. He majored in exercise science and minored in health.

Dunlavy coached varsity baseball at Clintonville and was a hitting coach for Ripon College. He also coached football and baseball at Markesan High School. He is now a physical education teacher at Ripon Middle School/Catalyst and served as an assistant coach for basketball and baseball at Ripon High School this past year.


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