Bowdoin’s Calnan ’11 nominated for NCAA woman of the year


The NESCAC has chosen Michaela Calnan to represent the conference in the NCAA Woman of the Year awards. Calnan was a member of Bowdoin’s field hockey team for all three years that it won the national championship. Calnan also served as captain of Bowdoin’s ice hockey team and garnered academic honors for her 3.63 gpa.

Calnan, with the three field hockey trophies

Michaela was chosen by a committee of conference administrators. Other nominees included Kendra Stern (Albuquerque, N.M.) of Amherst, Kaitlynn Saldanha (Yarmouth, Maine) of Middlebury, Laura Komarek (Plymouth, Minn.) of Trinity, and Julia Browne (Old Brookville, N.Y.) of Tufts.

 

Congrats Michaela!

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