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Alumnae Athletes

Dedicated student-athletes.

They excel in the athletic arena and as global scholars, visual artists, peer ministers, and compassionate community volunteers.

Every year, a number of Ursuline student-athletes commit to play their sport competitively at the collegiate level.
Congratulations to these young women and their families!


Class of 2020

Camryn DiCostanzo will play lacrosse at Iona College.

Grace Prince will row at Loyola Maryland.

Alexa Quirolo will play basketball at Saint Anselm College.

Kathryn Posner will swim at Franklin & Marshall.  

Alice Hodge will play golf for Florida State.

On November 13, 2019 we celebrated with five seniors and their families as these student-athletes from the Class of 2020 committed to play their sport in college.  Each of these student-athletes has worked hard and persevered at their sport.  They also are dedicated students in engineering, advanced drawing and painting, computer graphic design, and environmental science. Some of them are members of the National Honor Society and one serves as a Student Ambassador. Congratulations to these young women and their families!

April 29, 2020 was the day long designated as the Spring College Athletic Recognition Ceremony, Given the circumstances of the pandemic, we celebrated with seven members of the Class of 2020 via Zoom.  The student-athletes expressed their commitment to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level by saying a few words about their college choice and recalling a favorite experience of their Ursuline athletics.



Nina Campos will join the Sacred Heart University Cheerleading Team,

Casey Conroy will join the UMass Amherst Track and Field Team,

Sofia Dedaj will join the University of Scranton Volleyball Team,

Mia Martinez will join the Felician University Softball Team,

Haley McLean will join the Tufts University Track and Field Team,

Elena Mugno will join the Loyola Maryland Swim Team, and

Claire Wilson will join the Boston University Track and Field Team.