Women’s Awards & Championships

2013: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Sophomore Charlotte Dewey (Greenwich, Conn.) was named to the first-team, while junior Abby Jenkins (Latham, N.Y.) and sophomore Anne Wymard (Radnor, Pa.) earned second-team honors.

Wymard gained second-team honors by the NESCAC conference.

Wymard gained second-team honors by the NESCAC conference.

2012: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Senior Elena Laird (Cambridge, Mass.) and sophomore Abby Jenkins (Latham, N.Y.) were both named to the first team, while first-year player Charlotte Dewey (Greenwich, Conn.) earned second team honors.

Dewey, a freshmen, was recognized as a second-team ALL-NESCAC selection.

Dewey, a freshmen, was recognized as a second-team ALL-NESCAC selection.

2011: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Junior Elena Laird (Cambridge, Mass.) and first-year player Abby Jenkins (Latham, N.Y.) both earned first-team honors.

Freshman Abby Jenkins had an impressive first-year campaign, garnering first-team ALL-NESCAC honors

Freshman Abby Jenkins had an impressive first-year campaign, garnering first-team ALL-NESCAC honors

 

Laird, a junior, was honored by the conference, gathering first-team ALL-NESCAC honors.

Laird, a junior, was honored by the conference, gathering first-team ALL-NESCAC honors.

2010: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Senior Avery Tilney (Philadelphia, Pa.) and junior Virginia Shannon (Cambridge, Mass.) were both named to the league’s second team. Senior Ashley Panichelli (New Castle, Del.) received the CSA Scholar-Athlete award at the championship weekend, as the Panthers were nominated for the annual team sportsmanship award for the second consecutive year.

Virginia Shannon action shot from the 2009 season.

Virginia Shannon action shot from the 2009 season.

2009: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Senior Sally Hatfield (Barrington, R.I.) was named to the first-team. Additionally, head coach John Illig was named the NESCAC Coach of the year.

Head Coach John Illig was named the NESCAC Coach of the Year in just his second year at Middlebury.

Head Coach John Illig was named the NESCAC Coach of the Year in just his second year at Middlebury.

2008: ALL-NESCAC team selections: Middlebury College women’s squash player Sally Hatfield (Barrington, R.I.)  earned All-NESCAC honors. The league named its first All-NESCAC squad this season, with only 10 players earning honors. 

1988: Vickie Hoyt was an all american and ranked 11th individually. She then represented the U.S.A. women’s team in the Pan American games.

Vickie Hoyt, 11th ranked All-American (1988 Kaleidescope, page 76)

Vickie Hoyt, 11th ranked All-American
(1988 Kaleidescope, page 76)

1986: The women’s team won the Clarence E. Chaffee Award for Sportsmanship which commends competitiveness alongside sportsmanship. Co-Captain that season, Margaret Clark, states in the 1986 Kaleidescope that their coach, David Saward, was to be given credit for this award because he “insisted on these qualities all season long.” (1986 Kaleidescope, page 75)

1986 team with the Clarence E. Chaffee plaque, which was awarded at the National competition that year. (1986 Kaleidescope, page 74-75)

1986 team with the Clarence E. Chaffee plaque, which was awarded at the National competition that year. Shown in picture: (back) A. Page, Coach David Saward, co-capt C. Abrams, co-capt M. Clark, Director of Athletics Tom Lawson, N. Gareeb (front) J. Weil, K. Rigopoulos, T. Wise, J. Weil(1986 Kaleidescope, page 74-75)

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