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23
winter
2013
arches
we
ve
been
celebrating
several anniversaries recently
at the college, among
them the 40th anniversary
of women’s intercollegiate
sports. Last summer the
Puget Sound athletics
department asked Logger
fans to help identify the 10
most outstanding female
student-athletes of the past
40 years. The group they
chose spans six sports and
all four decades. 

Sue Bendl Gregory ’90, M.A.T.’91
(swimming) 1986–90

Dana Boyle Solof ’02
(cross country, track and field) 1998–2002
Andrea Egans Roelen ’96
(volleyball) 1992–95

Cathy Flick Pollino ’88
(volleyball) 1984–87

Angela French ’81
(cross country, track and field) 1976–81
Cortney Kjar ’06
(soccer) 2002–05

Janece Levien ’09
(soccer) 2005, 2007–09

Heather Paulsen-Mairs ’97,
M.A.T.
’98
(softball) 1993–97

Sarah Rudolph Cole ’86
(swimming) 1983–86

Keely Running Teske ’93,
M.A.T.
’96
(basketball) 1989–93

Back at Homecoming this past fall, four of the 10 women voted most outstanding female athletes:
(from left) Sue Bendl Gregory, Keely Running Teske, Heather Paulsen-Mairs, and Angela French
Dana Boyle Solof ’02
Janece Levien ’09