Alumni Athletes in Action

Berwick Academy is proud of several female athletes who are currently competing on their college sports teams. 

Aimee Briand ('15), a freshman on the Castleton University Women's Hockey team was recently named New England Hockey Conference Player of the Week followed by a nod from D3hockey.com by being added to their Team of the Week: http://www.castletonsports.com/sports/wice/2015-16/bios/briand_aimee_8oiz

Anna Wright ('13) recorded an assist in UMaine win over UNH this past weekend: http://www.goblackbears.com/sports/w-hockey/2015-16/releases/20151002xpyg5t
Natasia ("Tilly") Burzynski ('15) debuted in her Division 1 game as a member of the Providence College Women's Ice Hockey team this past weekend in a series against the University of Wisconsin: http://www.friars.com/sports/w-hockey/mtt/natasia_burzynski_981749.html

Julia Mini ('15) a dual-sport athlete at Williams College, is looking forward to rowing in the Head of The Charles this weekend and also preparing for her upcoming hockey season with the Ephs this winter: http://ephsports.williams.edu/sports/wcrew/2015-16/releases/20150918g5jix3
 
Tatiana Bradley ('15) has been a regular contributor for the Hamilton field hockey team this fall: http://www.hamilton.edu/athletics/womens-field-hockey/roster-detail?id=3028463&identifier=wfieldhockey

Looking forward to Izzy Reis ('15) debut in the pool as a member of the Princeton University women's swim team this November: http://www.goprincetontigers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=210255200&DB_OEM_ID=10600

Isabella Eldridge ('15) helps Lynchburg field hockey remain undefeated at home: http://www.lynchburgsports.com/sports/fh/2015-16/bios/eldridge_isabella_ro6q?view=gamelog#
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