Andrea Ribaudo Millard '90
The all-time leading scorer in women's lacrosse and one of two Saint women to be the first to earn back-to-back first team All America honors, Andrea Ribaudo Millard was also one of the top scorers in Saint women's soccer history.
Andrea accumulated 159 career goals and 229 career points in lacrosse and scored 39 goals and had 92 career points in women's soccer. Add in 12 goals and 27 points in two seasons as a member of the women's ice hockey team as a freshman and sophomore and she accounted for 210 goals and 248 points in her athletic career.
She led the soccer teams to a four-year record of 38-19-7 including NCAA tournament appearances in 1986 and 1989 and the lacrosse teams she played on compiled a four year record of 46-13, making the NCAA semifinals in 1989 and the NCAA championship game in 1990. She was the first Saint woman to be selected to play in the North-South Senior Lacrosse All Star game, the Attack Player of the Year in 1990 and led the 1990 team to St. Lawrence's first New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association title in any sport and an undefeated regular season.
Captain of the lacrosse team in 1989 and 1990 and captain of the soccer team as a senior, she set single game records for goals in both sports with nine in lacrosse and five in soccer. She was winner of the Outstanding Female Senior Athlete Award in 1990 and was a consistent Dean's List student throughout her career.
Andrea was Middle School Dean of Students, a science teacher and high school soccer and lacrosse coach from 1995-99 and a scientific research technician at the Yale University School of Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center from 1990-95. While at Yale, she was a co-author of two publications. She is now a homemaker in Fairfield, CT.