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Reaping the Rewards of The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2003

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SUMMER 2003 • VOLUME 8, NUMBER 1
SPECIAL ISSUE: REAPING THE REWARDS OF
THE PLAN FOR MOUNT HOLYOKE 2003

Plan goal: Develop a more competitive and visible athletics program

• In 2002, Mount Holyoke's field hockey team won the ECAC New England Division III Championship and the Seven Sisters Championship. In the last two years, five athletes were named to the regional All-American field hockey team and one to the national All-American team.

• The College's equestrian team won its second IHSA National Championship in 2000 and its third Tournament of Champions in the past nine years in 2001.

• In 2002, fifty-eight Mount Holyoke athletes received NEWMAC Academic All-Conference honors.

• Diver Elena Giordano '03 has broken numerous pool and College records throughout her career and qualified for the nationals in the 1-meter and 3-meter events for the last two years.

• This year, the squash team had its most successful season ever. The Lyons ended the year with a national ranking of seventeen and won the Walker Cup at the Howe Cup team championships. Elizabeth Hughes '04 has been ranked in the top sixty nationally among Division I, II, and III squash players for the last two years.

• In 2002, the College's crew team won the Seven Sisters Championship for the seventh time in eleven years. The team won its tenth consecutive Mount Holyoke Regatta in 2001.

• Mount Holyoke's basketball team won the Seven Sisters Championship in 2002. Christine Godin '06 was named NEWMAC Rookie of the Year for the 2002-2003 season.

• Cross-country runner Sarah Sladen '03 earned All-New England honors and was named an Academic All-American for the 2002 season.

• The cross-country team was named a 2002 Academic All-American Team. The swimming and diving team also received 2001-2002 Academic All-American honors.

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