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Brooke Semelsberger ’14 Weds with Plenty of Huskies by her Side

Brooke Semelsberger ’14 and Corbin Corrente were united in marriage July 25, 2020, at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Northern Cambria, PA.  The Rev. Brian Warchola and Rev. Matthew Baum performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Scott & Carolyn (Antos) ‘84 Semelsberger of Northern Cambria. The groom is the son of Russell & Patricia Corrente of Portage. Several members of the wedding party are Bishop Carroll graduates. Brooke’s sister Alexa (Semelsberger) Brown ‘10 was matron of honor, and her sister Caroline Semelsberger ‘18 was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Taylor Ostinowsky ‘20, cousin of the bride; Taylor (Rake) Farabaugh ‘14, Brielle Corrente, Haley Krug ‘14, Paige Billetdeaux ‘14, and Madison Ostinowsky ‘23, cousin of the bride. Ella Wildauer was the flower girl. Best men were Dr. Connor Corrente and Courtland Corrente, brothers of the groom.  Groomsmen were Scotty Semelsberger ‘20, brother of the bride; Matthew Brown, brother-in-law of the bride; Ryan Scoran, Doug Burkett, Zack Rozansky, and Cody Warner. Colin Bracken was the ring bearer.

The reception was held at The Chetremon Golf Course and Event Venue, Cherry Tree, PA.

Brooke is a 2018 graduate of St. Francis University, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and health science.  Brooke received her Master of Occupational Therapy degree in 2019 from St. Francis University. She is employed as a school-based licensed occupational therapist at Camco Physical and Occupational Therapy, LLC, Johnstown. Corbin is a 2010 graduate of Portage Area High School and a 2014 graduate of Penn State University, University Park, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering.  He is employed as a mechanical engineer at Navmar Applied Sciences, Johnstown. The couple resides in Ebensburg.

Sarah Gomish ’14 Joins Coaching Staff at Lehigh University

Sarah Gomish ‘14 will start her first season as assistant volleyball coach at Lehigh in 2021. She joins head coach Alexa Keckler's staff along with fellow assistants Deb Schlosser and Emily Poole. Sarah was most recently at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J. in the same role. In her one season with the Knights, the program earned a First Team All-NEC selection for the first time in 10 years (OH Victoria Demmene).
Sarah spent 2019 as the graduate assistant coach for Bloomsburg University in the PSAC. On the Bloomsberg Huskies' coaching staff, she helped coach libero Alyssa Cianciulli to All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Second Team accolades, as well as All-Atlantic Region honors from the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association (D2CCA) and from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA).
After playing three seasons at Lock Haven University, Sarah played her final collegiate year with the Bloomsburg Huskies during the program's inaugural season in 2018. She led Bloomsburg in kills with 328 (3.49 per set) and points with 349 (3.71 per set) while ranking second on the team with 289 digs (3.07 per set). For her collegiate career, she totaled 1,195 kills and 1,046 digs.
In December of 2018, Sarah was one of 14 recipients across the country to earn the 2018 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Coaches 4 Coaches Scholarship. The scholarship provides the opportunity for up-and-coming volleyball coaches to attend their first AVCA Convention with the scholarship money used to pay for Convention registration and hotel costs.
Sarah interned with USA Volleyball in the Summer of 2019 for High Performance. She earned her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from Lock Haven and her master's degree in Exercise Science from Bloomsburg.

"It's an absolute honor to be able to coach at Lehigh and work with Coach Keckler and the staff that's already here," she said. "Being at a university with such a strong academic and athletic reputation is a great experience for incoming and current student-athletes and prepares them well for their futures. I'm looking forward to working with the staff, the players and the whole athletic department." 
Sarah played both volleyball and softball for the Bishop Carroll Huskies.


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