Allison Quigley

Middlebury College, VT (2018)
New Trier

Please list the ages that you played for Trevian Girls Softball
8-18
Please list your college(s) and the years you played
Middlebury College, 2014-2018
Please list any High School and College ACADEMIC Honors and Degrees
Easton/NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete (NCAA DIII) (2016-2017, 2017-2018)

4 year Honor Roll at NT
National French Society

Please list any High School and College SOFTBALL Honors and Awards
College: First Team All-NESCAC (2015)
NESCAC Pitcher of the Week (Week of March 30th, 2015 and Week of April 3, 2017)
ECAC Division III New England Region Pitcher of the Week (Week of March 30th, 2015)HS:
1st team all area (2013 & 2014)
All conference (2013 & 2014)
1st team all-state (2013)
2nd team all-state (2014)
Ari Chester award winner (2013 — I think)
2013-2014 Gatorade Player of the Year Nominee
What has playing softball taught you?
Playing softball has taught me the important value of teamwork and taught me how to be a leader, both on and off the field.
What was the most valuable part of your experience with Trevian Softball?
The most valuable part of my experience with Trevian Softball was the lifelong friendships that I made along the way.
What advice would you give to young softball players?
Make some great friends, learn to be a good teammate, and have fun.
What are you doing now and what town do you live in?
I am currently living in Middlebury, VT and working as the assistant softball coach at Middlebury College.
Any other favorite memories, comments or thoughts?
Some of my favorite memories as a Trevian were winning the Trevian tournament, our last team practice of every year where we would do a softball olympics, and winning the Ari Chester Award.
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