Goalkeeper of the Year and to the AE All-Conference First Team in women’s soccer. She leads the conference with a save rate of .923, and has allowed in only three goals all season. Alice has not been scored on in her last 527:11 of play, helping BU to achieve the sixth-longest shutout streak (11 games) in NCAA history. The team won its fourth AE regular season title and swept all six major AE conference awards.
Archive | October, 2010
Alex Jacobs ’11 (varsity golf), Nora Demick ’12 (varsity field hockey), and Hayley Zukerberg ’16 (girls’ MS A soccer) are the latest recipients of Athletic Accolades, an award that acknowledges student-athletes who have made important contributions to their teams through quality of play, leadership, and sportsmanship.
“Alex Jacobs is a captain and the best golfer on the team,” says coach Larry McKinney. “He always competes against the top golfers in the league, and in his last four matches, he has two wins, one loss, and one tie. He also has posted six rounds of 43 or better so far this season.”
“Many people do not realize the amount of pressure goalies face and Nora Demick, a returning player, has stayed cool under fire and continues to perform as the varsity field hockey goal keeper,” raves coach Ashley Rohn. “Nora is always on time to practice, ready to work hard, and is often one of the most well-conditioned players on the team, hustling during sprinting and running drills! On average Nora records 20 saves per game and she notched her first shut out of the season at Saturday’s homecoming win against Concord Academy. As coaches, it is a huge reward to have other coaches and referees often comment on her aerial saves, huge clears, and ability to keep her head up if scored upon. Nora is a silent leader with an incredibly positive attitude and we anticipate she will continue to make huge contributions to Beaver field hockey!”
Beaver alumna Holly Battelle ’04 is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship to research and pilot a solar energy project in Bangladesh. Holly, who majored in economics at Colby College, will leave her current research position at the Congressional Budget Office to spend 11 months in Dhaka, starting in January 2011. Holly shared her Fulbright plans in a recent email to Beaver’s alumni relations department
The second group of fall Athletic Accolade honorees have been selected. Oliver Hunt ’11 (boys’ varsity soccer), Riley Nelson ’14 (girls’ JV soccer), and Shantal Risk-Belliard ’17 (MS girls’ B soccer) are this week’s recipients. Athletic Accolades acknowledge student-athletes who have made important contributions to their teams through quality of play, leadership, and sportsmanship…
Broadway music man Will Van Dyke ’02 has produced his first album of original songs, Chasing the Day, to be released later this month. With vocals by several marquee names on Broadway including Stephanie J. Block (Wicked, 9 to 5: The Musical, The Pirate Queen, and The Boy from Oz), the CD also includes a track sung by Pauline Pisano, who once appeared with Will in a student production at Beaver.
The Beaver Athletic Department is excited to announce this year’s first recipients of Athletic Accolades, an honor that acknowledges student-athletes who have made important contributions to their teams through quality of play, leadership and sportsmanship. […]
Documentary photographer Carol Beckwith ’63 will receive the prestigious Lowell Thomas Award from The Explorers Club at a dinner ceremony on October 23 at the club’s headquarters in New York City. Carol and her longtime […]