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					                  The Official Newsletter of Bryn Mawr College Athletics

Fall 2010
Vol. I, Issue I

           Smart Women Strong Women Campaign
             Transforms Schwartz Gymnasium
The Bryn Mawr College Department of Athletics and
Physical Education officially reopened the newly renovated
Bern Schwartz Fitness and Athletic Center Tuesday, Sept.
7. More than 500 people—students, faculty, and staff—
visited the gymnasium to see the updates made through the
Smart Women Strong Women campaign to the 28-year-old

“The Smart Women Strong Women project to transform
Schwartz Gymnasium was a great success,” says Director
of Athletics and Physical Education Kathy Tierney. “The
innovative layout of the fitness center, with its viewing                  Exterior view of the building
areas for the pool and gymnasium,
supports the many fitness and recreational goals of the college community. The space is filled with natural light,
and the energy and spirit in the building is palpable.”

With the re-opening of the gymnasium, the Athletics and Physical Education Department hosted an open house
featuring guided tours of the building, free giveaways, refreshments, and a full schedule of Bryn Mawr Fit Club
classes for students, faculty, and staff including water aerobics, Zumba, indoor cycling, and yoga.

President Jane McAuliffe joined in the fun of the day’s festivities when she participated in an indoor-cycling
class and was joined by about 15 students, faculty and staff members. President McAuliffe said, “The renovated
Schwartz Gymnasium gives Bryn Mawr a state-of-the-art facility for all members of the college community
to enjoy. It brings renewed energy to our fitness and athletics programs and makes Schwartz a destination. I
encourage everyone to visit and discover the broad range of activities in which one can engage.”

                                               During the Smart Women Strong Women project, the gymnasium
                                               received a face-lift and a new roof, state-of-the-art fitness and
                                               recreation equipment as well as technological updates. The focus
                                               of the project was natural lighting; the building is now flooded
                                               with light, and one can see up the hill and campus from the
                                               second-floor fitness center. Interior windows make the gymnasium
                                               and the pool visible from the fitness center as well.

                                               Equipment advances:
                                               •      8 Precor Treadmills (four outfitted with televisions) - the
                                               Precor treadmill has a maximum speed of 16 mph. Can incline
     The atrium viewed from the second floor

                   Smart Women Strong Women Con’t
                                                and decline to simulate up- and downhill movement; great for
                                                deceleration and hamstring strength.
                                                • 8 Precor Ellipticals - have cross-ramps to increase stride height and
                                                can also increase resistance and speed. Moveable arms give the upper
                                                body a workout as well.
                                                • 4 Precor AMTs (Adaptive Motion Trainer) - will mimic and adjust
                                                to your actual stride and has three major stride movements that
                                                simulate climbing stairs, an elliptical cross-trainer, or running in
                                                sand. Actual stride length can be measured; moveable arms allow for
                                                upper-body involvement.
                  Cardio machines              • 4 Cybex
           Arc Trainers - many settings mimic strides of
           activities from cross country skiing to hiking up
           large, rocky mountains.
       •   2 Octane Seated Ellipticals - seated elliptical
           trainer allows for easy comfort at a seated
           position. Resistance can be utilized in both the
           arms and legs or in arms or legs only. Also has
           a great endurance feature taking you through
           a series of patterns with arms and legs while
           varying the resistance.
       •   Recumbent Bikes
       •   Upright Bikes
       •    Keiser Indoor Cycling Bicycles - new for the
                                                                          View from the starting blocks of the pool
           newly offered indoor-cycling classes. The Keiser
                                                has a built-in monitor measuring watts and RPM, and the monitor
                                                lets the cyclist know what gear shs is in—no more guessing your
                                                resistance or work rate.
                                                • Free Weights - various dumbbell and barbell weights, benches and
                                                apparatuses for strength training.
                                                • Circuit Training Machines - All new circuit-training machines
                                                ranging from arms and shoulders to legs and back.

                                                   Technological improvements to Schwartz include free wireless
                                                   Internet access, flat-screen
       View from second floor out the front of the
                                                   televisions, and more
                      building                     than 30 cardiovascular
                                                   machines designed to
    accommodate a wide range of personal entertainment devices. The
    second floor’s fitness center boasts three distinct areas: one for cardio
    and weight machines, a second for classes and group activities, and a
    third focusing on free weights and functional training.

                                                                                  View of one of the four locker rooms

                                 Athletic Association
This year the Athletic Association is celebrating our 120th anniversary. As one of the oldest Athletic
Associations in the country we have developed into an organization that is committed to improving athletics on
Bryn Mawr’s campus and in our surrounding community.

We have a very full agenda this semester. We began the year with an Ice Cream Social to welcome all of our
committed athletes back to campus. As soon as our stomachs were full, we got straight to work! In an effort to
celebrate our dedicated fans, and encourage even more attendance at events the second assembly meeting of the
semester we hosted a “Bring-a-buddy” meeting where every athlete was encouraged to bring along a friend who
does not play a varsity sport at Bryn Mawr.

Additionally, the Athletic Association has been working tirelessly in preparation for our many upcoming service
projects, including Overbrook Day and Owls Fight for a Cure. On November 20th we will be hosting students
from nearby Overbrook Elementary School for an active day of competition and indoor/outdoor playtime. We
have hosted this event in past years and our athletes find that it is a joy to play with charming young children.
The students seem to really appreciate being on our campus, especially because they do not typically have
recess built into their school day due to the extremely limited outdoor space.

Towards the end of the semester school spirit begins to buzz as we prepare for Owls Fight for a Cure. This is
an event sponsored by a variety of teams on campus in support of cancer awareness. Last year we were able to
raise over $3,500 and we are striving to beat that donation this season.

If you are interested in Bryn Mawr Athletic Association news or upcoming events visit our blog at

Gabrielle Marangell, Bryn Mawr College ‘12
Athletic Association President

                                                                                          Gabby Marangell

                  2010-11 Board
       President: Gabby Marangell (lacrosse)
     Vice-President: Sarah Blatchly (swimming)
         Treasurer: Allaina Propst (soccer)
       Secretary: Sarah Sherman (swimming)
      Public Relations: Beth Wiseman (tennis)

                                         Meet the New Staff
                                   Deb Charamella
                                 Head Basketball Coach
                                    Bryn Mawr ‘05
    After spending the 2005-09 seasons as the Owls top assistant, Charamella took over the
    reigns last season on interim basis, but has since had the interim tag lifted. Following
    a successful playing career that accumulated with her earning All-Conference honors
    in 2005, Charamella has been patrolling the sidelines ever since. During her tenure as
    assistant coach, Deb helped guide the 2006-07 team to six wins, the most in a season
    since 1992-93. The 2006-07 season was capped with wins over rivals Haverford and
    Swarthmore in addition to a 47-45 victory against Franklin and Marshall.

    As assistant coach, Charamella helped run all aspects of the competitive women’s
    basketball program including, practice planning, game preparation, and scholar-athlete
    development. She served as the recruiting coordinator where she scouted, marketed and identified potential student-
    athletes. Charamella assisted in the organization and fund-raising for a team trip to Southern California in 2007 that
    included a 62-49 victory against Pomona-Pitzer.

    Over the last six years, Charamella has been involved with three international trips and coached at numerous summer
    basketball camps. In 2006, Deb worked with Zag Sports as an assistant coach for a group of college-aged basketball
    players that played in Brazil. While with Zag, she played an integral part in the selection and day-to-day operations of
    the group. In 2007 and 2008 she led a group of 11-14 year old girls to Amsterdam and the Friendship Games Tournament
    in Vienna with People to People Sports Ambassador. Before working with Zag, Charamella was a Zag participant as she
    played on a bronze winning team in 2005.

    A 2005 graduate of Bryn Mawr, Charamella was a four-year starter and three-year co-captain for the Owls and ranks
    among the top in many statistical categories. She currently holds the top spot in assists (348) and three-point baskets
    made (119). She is third all-time with 199 steals and sixth with 934 career-points. Currently working towards her master’s
    degree in Higher Education/Post Secondary Counseling at West Chester University, the Delaware County native is a 2001
    graduate of Friends’ Central School. While at Friend’s Central, Charamella was a 1,000 point scorer and a member of the
    Comets AAU team that competed at Nationals.

                                                                 Jason Hewitt
                                                   Head Cross Country and Track & Field Coach
                                                                   Tufts ‘00
                                     Hewitt comes to the Main Line following a four-year tenure at fellow Seven Sister
                                     institution, Mount Holyoke. While with the Lyons, Jason served as head coach of the
                                     indoor track and field team before adding the role of assistant coach for outdoor track
                                     in 2005 and assistant cross country coach in 2007. Responsible for the development
                                     of sprints, jumps and hurdle events, Hewitt coached two Division III New England
                                     Champions in the long and high jumps and witnessed numerous school records. As the
                                     assistant cross country coach, he helped the Lyons hoist the Seven Sisters Cross Country
                                     Championships trophy in 2007, the school’s first title in eight years.

                                       Hewitt began his coaching career with Telstar High School in Bethel, Maine, in 2001. At
    Telstar, he began as an assistant track coach with his main focus being 400m distances and up. During his two-year run, he
    coached two state champions; one in the 400m and the other in the 800m and 1600m events.

                            Meet the New Staff Con’t.
From Telstar, Hewitt served as assistant coach with Springfield College. With the Pride, Hewitt worked primarily with
sprint and distance hurdles and often assisted the sprint and distance coaches. In 2004, Hewitt was named the head cross
country coach at Framingham State College. Responsible for the growth and development of a small team, Hewitt took
a team comprised of one returner and turned it into a team of eight during his first season. In his second season, Hewitt
boasted a team roster of 10, five women and five men, and entered FSC at the MASCAC Championships for the first time
in five years.

Hewitt earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and classical study from Tufts University and a Master of Science
in physical education from Springfield. He holds a USATF Level II certified coach in jumps in addition to a USATF Level
I coaching certificate. Hewitt also holds a NVPCA pole vault certification; NTCA throws safety certification and an ASEP
coach and sports first aid certification.

                              Marci Lippert
                          Head Field Hockey Coach
                               Mansfield ‘04
Lippert comes to Bryn Mawr following four years as head field hockey coach and one
year as head lacrosse coach at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pa. As the field hockey
coach Lippert was named the Colonial State Athletic Conference (CSAC) Field Hockey
Coach of the Year in her third season as head coach at Cedar Crest. She helped the
Falcons progress from a 0-16 record in 2007 to 5-12 overall with a 2.12 goals against
average in 2009. Cedar Crest improved from being outscored 96-5 in 2007 to 30-25 in

With the Falcons, Lippert has coached two First Team All-CSAC selections, two
Second-Team selections and two Honorable Mention selections. The field hockey team
has received the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Team Award two years in a row and was
also named the 2008 CSAC Sportsmanship Team of the Year.

As a player, Lippert was a member of three nationally-ranked field hockey teams at Mansfield University, including an
ECAC Championship team in 2001. Named the Most Improved Player at Mansfield in 2002, Lippert served as captain of
the Mountaineers in 2004 and was named to the DII All Star Team.

Following a successful college career, Lippert began her coaching career Garden Spot Middle School in 2006. She has
also been employed by Premier Field Hockey Camp located on the campus of Elizabethtown College for three years.

Following a year-long internship in athletic media relations at the University of Delaware, Lippert was served as the
Interim Sports Information Director at Millersville University during the fall of 2006. She also worked as a student-
worker in the Sports Information Department at Mansfield for four years.

She received a B.S. in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from Mansfield, where she was
recognized as a Presidential Scholar Athlete, and also received her M.Ed. in Athletic Administration at Millersville

A 2008 graduate of the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy, Lippert is a member of the National Field Hockey Coaches
Association (NFHCA). She also is a coach for the Typhoon Field Hockey Club, a team based out of the United Sports
Center in Downingtown. Lippert is responsible for the 16 and under age group for Typhoon.

                                     Get to Know an Owl
                                                                    Emily Bell
                                                        Cross Country • Sophomore
                                                    Cambridge, Iowa / Nevada High School
                                     Owls’ Hoots: Why did you choose to come to Bryn Mawr?
                                     Emily Bell: Bryn Mawr was a small school with a commitment to academics
                                     without coming across as conceited and elitist. Because of the size I could
                                     participate in multiple activities while still being surrounded by people who
                                     were smart and motivated to do well in classes.

                                     OH: What experiences here do you think you have gained that you would not
                                     gain somewhere else?
                                     EB: I think being part of such a strong community is really unique to Bryn

    OH: What is your favorite part about playing a sport here?
    EB: I love being part of a team. We are all so dedicated and supportive of each other even though we have so
    many other things going on in our lives. When we are together, we are focused on improving and competing as
    a team. I love knowing that there are so many people willing to help me not only improve at my sport but also
    with a math class or figuring out my schedule.

    OH: You were chosen to attend the NCAA leadership conference on October 22-24. Are you excited about
    going? What are you hoping to gain from it?
    EB: I was chosen after submitting an essay about why I should be chosen to go to the conference. I am very
    excited to get the chance to talk to athletes from all over and get their different perspectives on how athletics
    is part of their life. One thing that I would really like to gain is some ideas on how to get more people at our
    school involved in athletics. Many people on campus do not even know what teams are available or when our
    games and meets are. We have a very small fan base which means that athletes are playing and it feels as if we
      have no support from our peers. I would like to get over the excuses
    that are made about how it is more difficult to get people involved at
    an all women’s college. I think Bryn Mawr students have an intense
    passion for many things and I think that could certainly be focused
    on athletics. At other colleges, they are filling stadiums and packing
    gyms and I think it would be great to learn a little about the culture
    they promote at other schools to encourage such a strong support for
    their teams.

    OH: What is your favorite part about Bryn Mawr??
    EB: I love the people at Bryn Mawr. Every single person who is on
    this campus is intelligent, motivated, and interested in sharing what
    they know.

                                  Get to Know an Owl
                            Rachel Brody
                     Field Hockey • Senior
            Marblehead, MA / Marblehead High School
Owls’ Hoots: Why did you choose to come to Bryn Mawr?
Rachel Brody: I chose Bryn Mawr foremost for the opportunity to study
Archaeology. The School has one of the finest Departments in the Country,
especially for undergrads. The opportunity to study art, and participate in field
hockey (D III) and the equestrian club was also important to me.

OH: What experiences here do you think you have gained that you would not
gain somewhere else?
RB: Bryn Mawr constantly challenges individual students to be the best
they can be. If I had chosen to go to a large University, I doubt I would have
received the level of attention and encouragement I have received from my professors.

OH: What is your favorite part about playing a sport here?
RB: My favorite part about playing sports at Bryn Mawr is that I have the opportunity to actively participate
fully in all Team activities. Particularly, no athlete wants to sit on the bench, at Bryn Mawr you have the
opportunity to play each and every game.

OH: You spent the summer in Tuscany. What did you learn from this experience?
RB: I learned a great deal about the architecture and role of Tuscan monasteries during Medieval times. I had
participated in excavations previously, but this is the first time I have unearthed human remains. I found two
complete skeletons of persons who were probably notable community members that were buried close to the
walls of the church.

                                             OH: What is your favorite part about Bryn Mawr??
                                             RB: My favorite part of Bryn Mawr includes its traditions, small
                                             classes, and being an ideal setting for establishing life-long

                                       Get to Know an Owl
                                                                   Rebecca Joseph
                                                                Soccer • Sophomore
                                                    Wellesley, Massachusetts / Dana Hall School

                                       Owls’ Hoots: Why did you choose to come to Bryn Mawr?
                                       Rebecca Joseph: I chose Bryn Mawr because it has a small community, but is not
                                       isolated from the outside world. Being able to take classes in the Tri-Co or Penn and
                                       go into the city gives students the opportunity to learn both on and off campus. The
                                       combination of a small campus that is connected with three other schools and in a
                                       great location is very unique. I was also excited about the chance to play soccer while
                                       still pursuing all of my academic and other extracurricular interests.

                                       OH: What experiences at Bryn Mawr do you think you have gained that you would
    not have gained somewhere else?
    RJ: Last summer I was fortunate enough to be able to be a Hepburn Center Intern. Receiving this summer funding grant
    allowed me to apply to work in Ecuador for the summer, which was an incredible experience. I feel that Bryn Mawr wants
    to support you as a student on campus, but also wants to help you succeed off campus.

    OH: What is your favorite part about playing a sport here?
    RJ: My favorite part of playing a sport here is having a great group of friends within my team. When you come in as a
    freshman, having a sports team gives you an immediate group of upperclassmen that are looking out for you. I always
    look forward to being able to spend time everyday with my teammates doing something we love.

    OH: You spent this summer in Ecuador. What did you learn through this experience?
    RJ: This summer I was a Project Supervisor in Ecuador for a non-profit called Amigos de las Americas. I was a member
    of a nine person staff team that worked to support 60 volunteers throughout a six week project. Personally, I supervised
    eleven volunteers that were spread out in groups of two or three in four different communities. Before the volunteers
    arrived I visited each community for a day and night to conduct a community survey and gather as much information
    about the town as possible. While the volunteers were in community I visited each partnership once a week to help them
    facilitate projects and check in with the host families and other community members. The volunteers spent the summer
    living in the communities, learning about the local life, conducting
    classes for children five days a week for two hours a day about youth
    leadership and rights, the environment, health, and creative expression.
    Each community also submitted a proposal to do a small community
    development project. The projects ranged from organizing a cultural
    festival to building a house for communal sheep. My role was to act as
    a support system for the volunteers and to be the main contact between
    volunteers, project staff, our partner agency contacts, and community

    OH: What is your favorite part about attending Bryn Mawr??
    RJ: My favorite part of being at Bryn Mawr is that I am always
    challenged to do my best. Professors, coaches, and other students support
    me, so that I am able to grow as a student, athlete, and leader.

                                 Get to Know an Owl
                               Jill Perri
                        Volleyball • Senior
                  Ridgewood, NJ / Univ. of Florida
Owls’ Hoots: Why did you choose to come to Bryn Mawr?
Jill Perri: I was looking for a smaller school experience and I wanted a school
that had a good anthropology and African studies program, and a school I
could play volleyball for.

OH: What experiences here do you think you have gained that you would not
gain somewhere else?
JP: Being surrounded by extremely smart and motivated women has been a
great experience that I could not just get anywhere.

OH: What is your favorite part about playing a sport here?
JP: My favorite part about playing a sport here is my team. We’ve got great chemistry and I love every single
one of them. Even if I’ve had the worst day as soon as I see the at practice I’m all smiles.

OH: You were awarded a prestigious fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania. Please tell us about the
JP: I was awarded the FLAS fellowship (foreign language and area studies) for studying Swahili. It’s a
scholarship for students enrolled in an intermediate African language course or higher and who are serious
about African studies and using an African language in their career path.

OH: What is your favorite part about Bryn Mawr??
JP: My favorite part about Bryn Mawr is my volleyball team!

                                 Success in the Classroom
                                            2009-10 Academic Awards
                                   Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll
     Basketball                   Lacrosse                      Swimming                     Outdoor Track and Field
     Emilie Naccarato             Mae Carlson                   Sarah Blatchly               Anna Melker
     Allaina Propst               Miranda Gordon-Zigel          Wanda Lee                    Akua Nyame-Mensah
                                  Emily Levine                  Caitlin Oriel                Ariel Puleo
     Cross Country                Zoe Pond McPherson            Allison Shatz
     Leah Boylan                  Evan Schneider                Cea Weaver                   Volleyball
     Tess Clancy                  Julia Vance                                                Hanna Davis
     Alexandra Funk                                             Tennis                       Erika Hansen
     Margaux Kearney              Soccer                        Elizabeth Olecki             Katie Merrill
     Anagha Kumar                 Miranda Gordon-Zigel          Leah Raj                     Katie Solook
     Anna Melker                  Emily Levine                  Melanie Shafer               Emily Takeuchi-Miller
     Ariel Puleo                  Kathryn Link                  Elizabeth Ver Hoeve          Emma Wisniewski-Barker
     Jessica Varney               Natalie Mackow                                             Mikecia Witherspoon
                                  Sarah Matteson                Indoor Track and Field
     Field Hockey                 Akua Nyame-Mensah             Anna Melker
     Michelle Gauthier            Allaina Propst                Akua Nyame-Mensah
                                  Carrie Schoonover             Ariel Puleo
                             Miscellaneous Individual and Team Academic Awards
     Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team - Jane Morris
     Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Academic Honor Roll - Michelle Chen, Courtney Jewett, Stephanie Martin, Jane Morris
     and Melissa Schoeller

     Cross Country
     United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Team

     Field Hockey
     National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III Academic Squad - Michelle Gauthier, Virginia Falzon, Amanda
     Fortner, Caroline Heffernan and Kati Zaylor
     National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Team Award

     Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Associate Academic Squad
     Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Teams - Evan Schneider

     National Soccer Coaches Association of America Academic Team
     National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Ethics/Sportsmanship Gold Award

     Centennial Conference Coach of the Year - Nikki Whitlock

     Track and Field
     Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team - Akua Nyame-Mensah
     U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Team

     American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award

            Upcoming Events and Activities
 Friday, Nov. 5 & Saturday, Nov. 6- Re-dedication of Bern Schwartz Fitness and Athletic Center

Wednesday, Dec. 1 - Owls Fight for a Cure event around the swim meet with Arcadia and Cabrini
  Thursday, Dec. 2 - Owls Fight for a Cure event around the basketball game against Ursinus

                               No events scheduled at this time

             Thursday, Feb. 3 - Alumnae Panel and National Women in Sports Day

                               No events scheduled at this time

                   Sunday, April 17 - National Student-Athletes Day picnic

           Tuesday, May 3 - Athletic Banquet sponsored by the Athletic Association
                         Thursday, May 12 - Senior-athlete brunch

                                                                                  Owls’ Hoots Credits
                                                    Produced by the Sports Information Office at Bryn Mawr College, 101 N.
                                                    Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. Phone (610) 526-7348. Distributed
                                                    by the BMC Athletic Department. E-Mail: athletics@brynmawr.edu

                                                    Editors .................................................... Jacob Mullins and Marci Lippert
                                                    Photos by Jay Gorodetzer (Jay Gorodetzer Photography) and Matt Wargo
                                                    (Matt Wargo Architectural Photography)

            Contact Us / Staff Directory
                         General Information 610-526-7348
                           Department Fax 610-526-7347
                         Athletic Training Fax 610-526-7425

                         All fax and hpone numbers start with 610-526
                          All e-mail addresses end in @brynmawr.edu
     Director of Athletics and PE            Kathy Tierney              5364   ktierney01
     Assistant Athletic Director             Jacob Mullins              7344   jmullins
     Compliance and Sports Information
     Assistant Athletic Director             Stacey Adams               5365   sradams
     Facilities and Events
     Senior Woman Administrator              Katie Tarr                 7305   ktarr
     Office and Business Manager             Lillian Amadio             7348   lamadio
     Head Athletic Trainer                   Terry McLaughlin           7346   tmclaughli
     Assistant Athletic Trainer              Laura Kemper               7422   lkemper
     Aquatic Director                        Nikki Whitlock             7349   nwhitlock

     Head Coaches
     Badminton                               Eric Miller                7348   emiller
     Basketball                              Deb Charamella             5647   dcharame
     Crew                                    Carol Bower                7307   cbower
     Cross Country                           Jason Hewitt               7306   jshewitt
     Field Hockey                            Marci Lippert              7308   mlippert
     Lacrosse                                Katie Tarr                 7305   ktarr
     Soccer                                  Erin DeMarco               7345   edemarco
     Swimming                                Nikki Whitlock             7349   nwhitlock
     Tennis                                  Jill Breslin               7309   jbreslin01
     Track and Field, Indoor                 Jason Hewitt               7306   jshewitt
     Track and Field, Outdoor                Jason Hewitt               7306   jshewitt
     Volleyball                              Joan Braid                 6579   jbraid

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