Mandigo is one of Panthers recognized
MIDDLEBURY — Cornwall native and two-sport standout Katie Mandigo was one of eight Middlebury College seniors recognized last week by the college’s athletic department at its annual senior awards ceremony.
Mandigo, a four-year member of both the women’s hockey and lacrosse teams was given the Deborah Parton Memorial Award “for exemplifying the spirit and of dedication of Deb Parton.” Mandigo also recently was named the Most Outstanding Player at the NCAA Division III women’s lacrosse final four for her efforts in goal helping the Panthers win the NCAA title.
Sharing the A. Bayard Russ ’66 Memorial Athletic Award were field hockey and women’s lacrosse player Bridget Instrum and men’s soccer player and track and field athlete Deklan Robinson. That award, according to the college, goes “that senior who is most outstanding in two intercollegiate sports by best exemplifying the excellence of performance, aggressiveness, leadership, tremendous desire and team spirit of A. Bayard Russ.”
The John P. Stabile Memorial Trophy went to men’s hockey player Max Greenwald; it is awarded to the “male athlete who best exemplifies the Middlebury Spirit.”
Two athletes shared the Hazeltine-Klevenow Memorial Trophy for “best combining ability in athletics and excellence in scholarship”: track and field athlete Alexandra Morris and football player Dan Pierce.
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