WORCESTER, Mass. – Graduating student-athletes Zoe Matherne and Caitlin Harty each received a senior award, as presented in a special ceremony in the Dinand Library on Thursday, May 24.
Holy Cross senior student-athlete Zoe Matherne was named the 2017-2018 Crusader of the Year last month. The Crusader of the Year is the most prestigious award presented to a student-athlete by the Varsity Club. It is awarded to a senior who has excelled not only in varsity athletics, but also in the classroom and community and is heavily involved in campus activities. Matherne competed in cross country and track and field all four years. She is the first female cross country and track and field athlete to receive the award since 2002.
Senior Zoe Matherne, a member of the Holy Cross women's track and field and cross country teams, has been selected as the 2017-2018 Crusader of the Year. The most prestigious student-athlete award presented by the Holy Cross Varsity Club, the Crusader of the Year goes to a senior who has excelled not only in varsity athletics, but also in the classroom and the community, and has been prominent in campus activities.
The Holy Cross women's cross country team placed 17 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the fall semester.
The Holy Cross women's cross country team finished 10th out of 25 teams at the ECAC Championships.
The Holy Cross women's cross country team finished 21st out of 36 teams at the NCAA Northeast Regional.
Holy Cross' athletic teams continue to rank among the best in the nation in graduation rates, according to the latest Graduation Success Rate Report which has been released by the NCAA. The Crusaders' overall Graduation Success Rate of 97 percent for all student-athletes tied for the 14th-best mark in the country out of 351 Division I schools. This marks the 11th straight year in which Holy Cross has posted a Graduation Success Rate of at least 97 percent.
Senior Hannah Jeter was named to the Academic All-Patriot League Team for women's cross country.
Senior Hannah Jeter has been named the C&R Tire Crusader of the Week, for competition from Oct. 23-29. Jeter finished in fifth place at last weekend's Patriot League Championship for the Holy Cross women's cross country team.
The Holy Cross women's cross country team finished fifth out of 10 teams in the Patriot League Championship Oct. 28.
The Holy Cross men's and women's cross country teams will compete in the Patriot League Championships Saturday, Oct. 28.
The Holy Cross women's cross country team finished 12th out of 21 teams at the Central Connecticut Mini Meet Friday afternoon.