Providence College Holds Letter-Winners Society Induction Ceremony
May 2, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence College Athletics Department held its annual Letter-Winners Ceremony at Schneider Arena on Friday, May 2. Ninety-seven student-athletes were awarded varsity letters for their participation in athletics during the 2013-14 academic year.
The Letter-Winner's Society was introduced to the campus community on December 4, 2003 as Athletic Director Bob Driscoll unveiled a new tradition with the first induction ceremony involving 67 student-athletes who participated in fall sports. During the ceremony, each student-athlete received a lettermen's jacket.
A specific criteria has been developed for each sport by the head coaches and athletic department administrators.
Men's Cross Country / Track Chris Booker Patrick Bowler James Campbell Kevin Cooper Trevor Crawley Brian Doyle Kwaku Frimpong Austin King Anthony O'Malley Kevin Olsen Phillip Reid Julian Saad
Women's Cross Country/Track Bryanna Allison Caroline Callaghan Taylor Corder Meredith Daly Kelsey Dermody Elizabeth DeVivo Molly McCann Jackie McCarthy Maria Pantazelos Kathleen Powell Catarina Rocha
Men's Soccer Fabio Machado Markus Naglestad Rob Bialy Mac Steeves Dominik Machado Nick Sailor Julian Gressel
Women's Soccer Rachel Ugolik Lia Bellizzi Jill Clapp Hannah Wear Brie Ruane Kristyn Shea
Women's Volleybal Kayla Fitzgerald Marina Rose Michelle Cruz
Field Hockey Deidra Clymer Adrienne Houle Emily Humiston Kali Kilmer Emily Matthews
Men's Basketball Carson Desrosiers Tyler Harris
Women's Basketball Sarah Beal Aliyah Miller Karin Robinson Miranda Simpson Nikki Turcotte
Men's Ice Hockey Kyle McKenzie Trevor Mingoia Anthony Florentino Conor MacPhee
Women's Ice Hockey Liv Halvorson Janine Weber Arianna Reid Kendra Goodrich Cassidy Carels
Men's Swimming & Diving Zachary Begnaud Brian Bodick William Dumais William Fierro Joyce Jordan Frielingsdorf Sean Goralski Kurt Grunder Jonathan Mariner Michael Martinico
Women's Swimming & Diving Katherine Ainley Sarah Burrous Angela Caputo Lauren Griffin Colleen Hartigan Jordan Jacobson Mary McKenna Leah Moynihan Kelly Quinn Helen Smith
Women's Tennis Jennifer DeLuca Amanda Pitocco
Men's Lacrosse Alex Corboy Joseph Fitzpatrick Nolan Fillet Austin Goltz Trup Ortlieb Jimmy Cunningham Chris Mitten Max Huber Will Morehead Keenan Assaraf Adam MacBride Jarrod Neumann
Softball Kasey Bulman Danielle Deraney Taylor Huntly McKall Miller
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