Indoor Track and Field - Co-Ed Varsity
Marianapolis Indoor Track and Field team had a great season. We traveled to four meets where we saw personal records and hard work. Each one of our athletes put in time and effort on the track or in the weight room and it showed at meets. On the girls side, sophomore, Yasmeen Osborne saw her best long jump at our last meet at Phillips Andover. Senior, Rahmat Obanikoro, sophomore, Chiara Faiola and freshmen Gabby Fung competed in hurdles for the first time this year. The boys team saw a lot of new athletes and each one of them worked hard to improve in their events. Freshmen, Dan Twohig competed his first season as a track athlete and saw personal records each meet in the 300 and shot put. While a returning athlete, sophomore Tommy Joiner worked hard in long jump, 55 meter and the 300 meter this season. The coaches were extremely happy with the season and we look forward to next winter!
|Jeronimo Vazquez Usabiaga||2020|
Liza PerreaultHead Coach
Ms. Liza Perreault is in her second year at Marianapolis. She teaches English II, Casimir Seminar, and is a Wellness advisor. She is the head coach of Marianapolis’s first Field Hockey team. She also coaches both Winter and Spring Track and Field. and is a member of the Captains Council. She is an active dorm parent in Villa Maria. During college, Ms. Perreault studied abroad in Italy, was a member of the track & field team, and led international immersion trips and mission trips to Ecuador, Jamaica, and Camden, NJ. Ms. Perreault holds a Master's of Education degree from Merrimack College.
Meghan CavanaughAssistant CoachMeghan Cavanaugh is in her ninth year teaching English as a Second Language. In her second year at Marianapolis, she is teaching English I and English II, coaching JV Gold Volleyball and co-coaching JV and Varsity Badminton. She is also a dorm parent at Villa St. Joseph. While studying at Kent State, Ms. Cavanaugh participated in two study abroad programs in Dresden, Germany; one was a language program and the other was a teaching program for EFL. During grad school at Penn State, she presented her Master’s thesis in Brasilia, Brazil, at the IV CLAFPL conference on language learning and teacher development. Outside of Marianapolis, Ms. Cavanaugh enjoys kayaking and traveling. One day, she hopes to visit every country in which her students call home.