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Saints cheers to the following for their achievements in spring 2013
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Caroline Raue ’13
named All-American after finishing
sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA
Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
She joins Divya Biswal ’15 (twice) and Ella Martin ’16 as
women’s track All-Americans in 2012-13.
Maggie Fellows '13
named a Division III Pocock Second
Team All-American by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches
Association (CRCA), the third St. Lawrence rower to earn
this prestigious honor.
Morgan McNeal '16
Liberty League Women's Tennis
Rookie of the Year; McNeal, Elkie Vandenbeemt '15 and
Shannon Murphy '13 named All-Conference players.
Men’s tennis players
Michael Hayden '13
Barrett '16
named Liberty League All-Conference players.
Three Laurentians have been
honored in recent months for
their commitment and
contribution to athletics at
St. Lawrence and elsewhere:
Director of Athletics Margaret
F. Strait M’73 was named an Under
Armour AD of the Year for Divi-
sion III by the National Association
of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.
She has been St. Lawrence’s “AD”
for 15 years, and has also coached
tennis and skiing.
Wally Johnson, co-director of
media relations for athletics and
recreation, was inducted into the
College Sports Information Direc-
tors of America (CoSIDA) Hall of
Fame. He becomes the first college
division member to win all three of
the profession's major awards.
Former men's hockey co-cap-
tain Al Bloomer ’64 has earned
the 2013 Walter Yaciuk Award
from USA Hockey's Coaching
Education Program. Bloomer is a
member of USA Hockey's Player
Development Committee and a re-
gional scout for the USA National
Team Development Program. He
has coached at numerous National
Select Camps.
Cup Competitors
Each team in the Stanley Cup final series last
spring had a former St. Lawrence player on the
ice, as Rich Peverley ’04 competed for the Boston
Bruins, and Brandon Bollig ’12n skated for the
victorious Chicago Blackhawks. Bollig saw his
name etched in the cup, as did Ted Dent ’92,
head coach of the Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate in
Rockford, Ill.
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