Conn’s athletes were able to compete last spring when many schools did not because of the effectiveness of the College’s safety and health protocols. However, men’s cross country was not able to hold meets, along with women’s cross country, men’s and women’s swimming, and men’s squash.
“Not being able to compete was a huge loss for me last year. Training for months with no sign of competition was definitely difficult. This season, I hope that the work we as a team put in last year can finally be rewarded in a great way.”
— Jeffrey Love ’23, double major in botany and economics
“Competing has been a great experience, especially for my last season and over Fall Weekend. Plus, we were able to have a senior game to recognize my fellow teammates. I look forward to the rest of our season and to seeing how this young team continues to develop going forward.”
— Colleen Raftery ’22, women’s field hockey player, three-time NFHCA National Academic Squad member and member of the 2020 NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team
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