For the second year in a row, University of Michigan field hockey player Katie Begley ’19 was honored as a Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar.
Alumni Athletes in the News
The National Hockey League’s Boston Bruins have appointed Danielle Marmer ’13 as their player development and scouting assistant, the first woman to hold a coaching position with the Bruins.
Emma Trenchard '17, a defender on the University of North Carolina women’s lacrosse team, capped off her historic collegiate career with a victory in the national title game on May 29.
Ryan Durkin ’18, finished first in the pole vault at the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, April 30, to wrap up his conference career at Bowdoin College.
Nalinda Wanikpun ’21, a freshman at New York University, was named the Liberty League Rookie of the Week in women’s golf and took first place at the Jack Leaman Invitational.
Six alumnae of the girls ice hockey team will play for their college teams in NCAA championship tournaments this week.
Madie Leidt ’17, Selia Coady ’21, and Elinor Keehn ’21 helped the Middlebury women’s ice hockey team win the NESCAC title.
Three Loomis Chaffee ice hockey alumni earned All-New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) honors on March 1 for their play this winter.
Sarah Bennett ’18 and the rest of the Bates College women’s basketball team won the program’s first-ever NESCAC title on Sunday, February 27.
Five Loomis Chaffee boys track and field alumni competed for their colleges at the annual Boston University David Hemery Valentine Invitational on Saturday, February 12.