Michaela Giuttari '16 has been named to the First Team All-New England Small College Athletic Conference for field hockey after a season in which she was second in the league in goals and fourth in the league in assists.
Alumni Athletics in the News
On Saturday, three Loomis alumni faced off when the University of New Hampshire men's ice hockey team hosted the University of Vermont, and all three alumni shined in the game, which ended in a 4-4 draw.
Phil Sanderson '86 placed fourth recently in what is known as the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning, a series of four 100-mile trail races that take place in a span of 11 weeks.
Garret Esper '14, a senior on the Colgate men's soccer team, was recently featured on the Patriot League Network in the series "Today's Scholar-Athletes, Tomorrow's Leaders."
This weekend, two Loomis alumni found the scoresheet for the University of Vermont men's ice hockey team as the Catamounts faced off against Quinnipiac University and Union College.
Danny Tirone '13 made 52 saves on 56 shots to help the University of New Hampshire sweep one of the nation's top-ranked teams, No. 5 UMASS-Lowell, in a two-game series last weekend. His efforts earned him Hockey East's Defensive Player of the Week.
Thanks to a four-goal effort in a win against Morrisville State on Wednesday, Oct. 4, Hamilton College field hockey player Michaela Giuttari '16 currently leads the New England Small College Athletic Conference in both goals and points.
Abby Sotomayor '16 received her second Patriot League Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week honor this season.