Immaculata University Magazine - Spring 2011 - page 63

YOUNG
Janet
A
fter graduating from York Catholic High School,
Janet Young Eline was on all three Mighty Macs
national championship teams, from 1972 to
1974. “It was an immeasurable experience shared
by a special group,” she said. “We worked hard,
pushed our teammates to higher levels than we had
dreamed possible. And we had so much fun.”
After graduating from Immaculata, Young married
John Eline in 1976. She continued to be involved
in sports by serving as the athletic director and the
girls’ basketball coach at St. Francis Xavier School in
Gettysburg, PA, and then by serving as the assistant
women’s basketball coach at Gettysburg College.
Eline has an extensive teaching career, having
taught Spanish, French, physical education,
mathematics, and English as a second language to
students at a variety of grade levels. She served as
a migrant advocate for migrant child development
programs at a number of school districts from
1992 to 1999, and she is a freelance translator
and interpreter for English and Spanish. Eline
lives in Gettysburg, PA with her husband. They
have two children and eight grandchildren.
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