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Athletes Learn Lessons on the Field of Life

Football All-Star, Age 40

Sport Shorts

 

Sport Shorts

  • Women’s softball coach Bruce McConkey was named the Capital Athletic Conference Softball Coach of the Year. His team, which went 19-17, placed four players on the All-CAC squad, the most in program history. The team also advanced to its first-ever CAC championship game.

  • Kim Stengle Third baseman Rachel Marrion, who was born in England, was named to Great Britain’s National Women’s Fastpitch Softball Team shortly before graduating from CUA on May 12. She then traveled to the European Championships in May, the Euro/African Olympic Qualifying Tournament in June and the Women’s Fastpitch World Cup in July.

  • Kim Stengle, B.A. 2007, (right) broke the CUA hammer throw record, with a toss of 151’ in March. This adds to her CUA records in three other track-and-field throwing events: javelin throw (135’9”), discus (125’) and the 20-pound weight (46’2”).

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