Trinity College Athletics
A freshman on the women’s cross-county team at MIT, the Newton South grad paced the Engineers to a runnerup finish at the Division 3 pre-nationals meet (Cowbell Classic) in Elsah, Ill. Her time of 21:43.35 was seventh-best in a field of 332 runners.
A senior captain on the women’s soccer team at Trinity, she held opponents scoreless for 258 consecutive minutes spanning four matches. This season she has posted a 0.84 goals against average over 10 matches, with a 0.813 save percentage.
In 12 starts for the Roger Williams men’s soccer team, the sophomore keeper has compiled a 7-4-2 record and 1.40 goals against average with five shutouts. He was the Commonwealth Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 16.
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