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Athletics

Notable Alumnae Athletes

Dana athletes often go on to find success at the collegiate level, participating in sports in Divisions I, II and III.

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  • Class of 2017

    Autumn Ceppi, Bucknell: Basketball
    Emma Benkert, SMU: Rowing
    Campbell Brown, Trinity: Squash
    Abby Durfee, Emory: Cross Country
    Sophie Langlois, Colby: Squash
    Hailey Rohall, Colby: Ice Hockey and Softball
    Maya Stevenson, Union: Soccer
    Maddie Wallis, Georgia: Swimming
    Ally Wolf
    , Columbia: Fencing

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  • Class of 2016

    Emily Spencer, Syracuse University: Rowing
    Chloe Kaplan, Wellesley College: Lacrosse
    Jessica Hunnewell, Connecticut College: Lacrosse

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  • Class of 2015

    Nicole Barbieri, Bowdoin College: Field Hockey
    Abigail Benkert, Cornell University: Swimming
    Megan Grip, Hamilton College: Squash
In addition, Dana athletes have earned accolades at the national and international competition level.

Notable Alumnae Athletes

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  • Carol Cadwgan Lavell '61: Olympic equestrian, Barcelona 1992, bronze medal

  • Ginny Gilder '76: Olympic rower, Moscow 1980 (boycotted) Los Angeles 1984, silver medal

  • Karen Wennbergh Stives '68: Olympic equestrian, Los Angeles 1984, gold medal

  • Liz Hills O'Leary '72: Olympic rower, Montreal 1976, Moscow 1980 (boycotted), Seoul 1988 (coach)

  • Nancy Storrs '68: Olympic rower: Montreal 1976, Moscow 1980 (boycotted)

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  • Math Modeling

    Favorite Assignment
  • Varsity Tennis

    Favorite Activity
  • Winning the EIL Championship

    Favorite Memory

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  • Audrey

    "My absolute favorite Dana Hall memory of all time is winning the EIL Championship for tennis! Dana Hall Varsity Tennis faced our toughest rival for our last match. Everyone was watching that match; I remember the moment when I won my match and the whole team came out running and screaming onto the court. We were all hugging and smiling at each other. I was so proud to be a Dana Hall student-athlete."
    -Audrey '19