Elena Crosley ’13 Among Finalists For NCAA Woman of the Year

Elena Crosley '13 is one of nine finalists from across all divisions of the NCAA.

Elena Crosley ’13 is one of nine finalists from across all divisions of the NCAA.

 

Former field hockey team member Elena Crosley ’13 has been named one of nine finalists for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award.

Crosley, who was the NESCAC’s representative and one of the top-30 semifinalists, is one of three Division III finalists and will be invited to attend the award ceremony October 20 in Indianapolis.

It is the second time in the last three years that a Bowdoin athlete has been named one of the nine finalists. Michaela Calnan ’11, a women’s hockey and field hockey athlete, was named a finalist in 2011.

During her four years at Bowdoin, Crosley tutored local students in writing, helped students learn a second language, and traveled to Nicaragua (after receiving a Global Citizens Grant) to teach math and English. Read more about Elena Crosley.

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