Linda WilliamsB.S. Sports Management '06, M.S. Business Management '09

Degree: B.S. Sports Management, M.S. Business Management

Most Beneficial Part of Lasell Education: Because Lasell is such a small school, it was easy to get plenty of one on one time with the faculty. No students were every left behind in class because they never had a chance to speak to their professors, which happens often at larger universities.

Passions: Sports is definitely my passion. I played on the Lasell College Softball and Field Hockey teams, and I hope to work in the field of my passion one day.

Favorite Memories from Lasell: Playing on the Softball and Field Hockey teams. I made a lot of close friends on the team and all over campus.

Why I Chose to Support the Alumni Association: Everyone on the Lasell College campus is so friendly and welcoming. I work in Buildings and Grounds, and everyone makes it such a pleasant working environment.

Did you Receive Financial Aid or Scholarships: yes – lots! This was the deciding factor that made me choose Lasell over other schools because I received so much financial aid.

Volunteer Interests: I like to donate blood any chance I get. Lasell runs blood drives about twice a year.

Lasell gave me so many great memories. I also was able to take a step in the right direction to building strong career experiences.

 

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Lasell Senior Women's Soccer Player Named Academic All-American for the First Time in College's History  Friday, November 21, 2014Senior Bridget Lynch of Dover, N.H. has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America Team for her outstanding 2014 academic and athletic performance. This marks the first time in Lasell College history that a Laser has been awarded this honor, as Lynch serves as the lone New England representative on the Division III First Team for women's soccer.

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