To be a collegiate athlete.
It takes courage, and commitment. Time management, selflessness, and teamwork. Long days, and tired, tired bodies.
But, when your team is celebrating success, comforting one another in disappointment, or Trim sitting for hours together after practice … that’s what makes it all worth it.
Because to be a collegiate athlete is to be home.
To our seniors: there are no words for the seasons cut short, and the spring semester that should have been. But, there’s plenty to say about all the moments that led you here.
“Here’s to you,” said Mike Lynch, Pamela P. and Brian M. Barefoot Senior Director of Athletics and Athletics Advancement. “We started our Babson journeys at the same time, and grew up together in a special way. You are one of the most accomplished groups of student-athletes in our history, and you’ll have a forever home at Babson.”
Join us May 13 and 14 for our Barefoot Athletics Challenge in support of student-athletes.
2020 Senior Athlete Awards
On Friday, May 8, 2020, the Babson Athletics community gathered, virtually, for a special awards ceremony for the Class of 2020.
Athletes of the Class
Elizabeth Cameron (Volleyball) and Chris Bornhorst (Golf)
Presented to seniors who have made a major, 3+ year contribution to their sport, have been a recipient of regional, national, and conference recognition, and have the respect of coaches and peers alike.
Kristin Carosotto (Volleyball)
Established in the name of George S. Wilson Sr. ’75, MBA’75, the Wilson Award honors the academic achievement, athletics excellence, community service, and leadership of a Babson female student-athlete.
Steven Heintzelman (Soccer)
Established in the name of Eric Dosal ‘00, the Dosal Award honors the academic achievement, athletics excellence, community service, and leadership of a Babson male student-athlete.
Colin “Chip” Brown Award
Ben Holman (Soccer)
This award is presented to a senior male student-athlete who is a consummate team player, unselfish, dedicated, high energy, positive, sincere, honest, and has an overall commitment to his teammates, coaches, and program—the ultimate embodiment of the spirit of Colin “Chip” Brown ’72.
Lori Vengrow Award
Katie Gademsky (Softball)
This award is presented to a senior female student-athlete who is dedicated, a leader, demonstrates sportsmanship, courage, a determination to succeed, and a commitment to her teammates, coaches, and program—the ultimate embodiment of Lori Vengrow ’94.
Maggie Rorke (Lacrosse) and Sean Harrington (Baseball)
Presented to senior athletes who most demonstrate love, care, and dedication to the members of their team.
Govoni Student-Athlete of the Class Award
MacIntyre Henderson (Men’s Ski) and Elizabeth Baer (Women’s Ski)
These senior athletes have demonstrated excellence in the classroom as well as their sport.
Kate Dulmaine, Construction Project Manager at Babson College
This award is presented to a Babson community member who has consistently demonstrated a commitment of service for the betterment of Babson Athletics.
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