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Yale University, 2013
NHL - Edmonton Oilers
Andrew graduated from Michigan's Cranbrook Kingswood in 2007, where he won two State
Championships in hockey and one in lacrosse.
Andrew graduated from Yale University in 2013 with a degree in Political Science. Andrew holds Yale's hockey record for games played and is career leader in assists. During his senior year, Andrew captained Yale University to the school's first National Championship. He led the team in goals and assists and was named the Frozen Four MVP. He was also honored as All-American, Ivy League Player of the Year, HCA National Player of the Month (March/April 2013), ECAC Player of the Month (March/April 2013), Yale Team MVP, and as Yale University's Mallory Award winner for top male athlete of 2012-2013. Following graduation, Andrew signed an NHL contract with the Edmonton Oilers.
Yale University, 2012
Kevin Peel holds a B.A. from Yale University, where he played defense for the Division-I Bulldogs between 2008 and 2012. As well as being a two-time member of the ECAC All-Academic team, Kevin played an integral role in helping the Bulldogs reach a #1 standing in the nation during the 2010 - 2011 season, and a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament. During their four seasons, Kevin and his classmates contributed 89 wins, the most in the school's history. Kevin is ranked #9 on the Bulldogs all-time points list for defensemen, and #5 for goals scored by a defenseman.
Kevin is the former Hockey Director at Chelsea Piers CT where he trained high-level prep school and college players. He also ran youth clinics and coaches with the Connecticut Yankees, the region's elite youth hockey organization.
Yale University, 2011
Bray Ketchum graduated from Greenwich Academy in 2007, where she played on the varsity field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse teams. During the 2006-07 hockey season, she was named the Boston Globe NEPSAC Women's Athlete of the Year and New England Prep School Div. II Player of the Year. She also led Greenwich Academy in goals and points for three seasons.
In 2011, Bray graduated from Yale University with a degree in American Studies. At Yale, she was a three-time ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week and second team All-Ivy athlete during her freshmen and junior year seasons. In 2009, Bray was selected for the ECAC Hockey All-Star Team and played for the USA U-22 select team in 2010. Bray finished her Yale career top 12 in goals (41, 7th), assists (43, 12th) and points (84, 11th). Bray also played varsity lacrosse during her senior year at Yale.
Colin, a native of Philadelphia, graduated from the William Penn Charter School in 2008, where he played on the varsity football and lacrosse teams. In lacrosse, he was first team All-Interacademic League in 2006, 2007, 2008, first team All-Pennsylvania in 2007, 2008, first team All-Philadelphia in 2008, and first team All-American in 2008. He also led Penn Charter in points for three seasons and led the team to the state semi-finals as a senior.
In 2012 Colin graduated from Yale with a degree in Political Science. While at Yale, in 2010 the men's lacrosse team won its first Ivy League Title in ten years, and in 2012 won it's first Ivy League Tournament and it's first birth to the NCAA Tournament since 1990. He has worked as an Equity Trader at Bank of America Merrill Lynch since 2012.
University of North Carolina, 2003
Warren swam for UNC between 1999 and 2003 where he specialized in the butterfly and individual medley for the Tar Heels. After receiving Masters degrees in Teaching and Sport Management, Warren coached swimming for East Carolina University and later trained athletes at Duke University. Currently, he is the Aquatics Director at the Greenwich Water Club. Warren also serves as a color commentator and analyst for the Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming Championships.
Princeton University, 2010
A graduate of Princeton University, James Donovan is an experienced SAT/ACT tutor and advisor.
In rowing, James placed tenth in 2005 and fifth in 2006 at Crash Bs World indoor Rowing Championships. James was then recruited to row lightweight at Princeton where he collected two IRAs national titles, two Sprints national titles, an undefeated season in 2009, a Head of the Charles title, and The Temple Cup Challenge title at The Henley Royal Regatta. James also represented the United States in the lightweight double at the U23 world championships in Scotland and Germany, making the A final in 2007.
After college, James worked as the head junior men's coach at Mercer, as a guest coach for the Princeton rowing camps, and as an assistant coach at the Saugatuck. He is now head coach for the novice men's team at The Greenwich Water Club.
University of Texas - Austin, 2012
Courtney Nicklas was a tri-sport athlete on the Staples Westport women’s varsity volleyball team, a captain of the women’s varsity basketball team, and a member of Saugatuck's women’s rowing team.
She began her rowing career during her sophomore year of high school.
Though Courtney continued playing volleyball and basketball in other seasons, rowing became her passion, and the University of Texas at Austin recruited her with a full athletic scholarship. There, Courtney led the UT Women’s Rowing team to four Big XII Championship titles and two Conference USA Championship titles. She remained on the Big XII Commissioner’s Honor roll throughout her four years in Texas. At the University of Texas, Courtney studied and graduated with a major in Kinesiology and Education. Today, Courtney is an Account Executive at Octagon Sports Marketing Agency on the BMW Product Advocate Tour team.
Joel is a 2012 graduate of Yale College. Joel attended public school in Tampa, Florida, where he won two state championships in tennis (doubles in 2005, singles in 2008). During high school, he competed in USTA and ITF tournaments year-round, winning two Super National titles in doubles in 2004 (Super National Winter Championships and Super National Hard Court Championships). In 2006, Joel finished 3rd in singles at the Super National Winter Championships, where he also went on to receive the National Sportsmanship Award. Joel was ranked #1 in Florida in the 14 & under and 16 & under divisions, and #5 nationally and #20. In addition to playing state and national tournaments, Joel also competed in International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournaments in Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and across the United States.
While at Yale, Joel played singles and doubles throughout his four years on the team, receiving a varsity letter all four years. Playing as highly as #3, Joel accumulated the most singles wins on the team for the 2008-2009 season (26). While Joel was a mainstay in the singles lineup throughout his time at Yale, he also played #1 doubles consistently with classmate Erik Blumenkranz. During their junior year, Joel and Erik defeated USC's #1 doubles team when USC was defending National Champions. At the end of four years, Joel contributed a total of 125 wins (singles & doubles) to Yale Men's Tennis and was a three-time ITA Scholar Athlete. Joel is now serving as a Teach For America Corps Member in New York City.