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What's Next After Graduation? Our 2019 Endicott Student-Athlete Graduates Have That Figured Out

Diplomas raised in the air.

BEVERLY, Mass. – What's next? It's the question our soon-to-be graduates have had to answer far too often over the last few weeks. However, it's been an easy one to answer for our student-athletes featured below thanks in large part to the Endicott College educational model. Let's take a look at what some of our student-athletes will be up to before they even walk across the stage on Saturday, May 25 (this list - which is not all-encompassing - is subject to change/edits at any time).

Athletic Training

Gina DeMilt (Princeton Junction, N.J.) - Certified Athletic Trainer for ATI Physical Therapy at McKean High School in Delaware - BOC Certified.

Catie Lipscomb (West Springfield, Mass.) - Lipscomb will be working toward her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy.

Brendon Leary (Pittsfield, Mass.) - Starting as a Physical Therapy Aide in Boston, Mass. - BOC Certified.

Cassandra Susi (Stoneham, Mass.) - Certified Athletic Trainer at Bishop Fenwick in Peabody, Mass. - BOC Certified.

Sierra Villemaire (Richmond, Vt.) - Villemaire will continue her education as a Graduate Assistant at Texas Lutheran University - BOC Certified.


Baseball

Will Bryant (Cumberland, Maine) - Bryant will be attending graduate school at The Van Loan School

Liam Burke (Westwood, Mass) - Toast (Sales)

Dan Cacciola (Saugus, Mass.) - Prudential (Financial Advisor)

Victor Molle (Peabody, Mass.)- After graduation, Molle will be applying for law school to continue his education to achieve his goal of working with Boston corporate firms.


Men's Basketball

Joe Shehadi (Dorset, Vt.) - Family Flooring Company in New Jersey. Will use his academic background as a finance intern at the Vermont Country Store, his finance analyst internship at New England Hydropower, and his semester-long internship as the project manager intern at Allegheny Contract Flooring for his post-graduate endeavor. To read more about Shehadi's Endicott Experience click here: Joe Shehadi '19 Makes The Most Of His "Second Chance."


Women's Basketball

Catie Lipscomb (West Springfield, Mass.) - Lipscomb will be working toward her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy.

Emma Tierney (Wolfeboro, N.H.) - Pursuing post-graduate education, fellowship programs, and teaching positions. To read more about Tierney's Endicott Experience click here: Emma Tierney '19 Turns Tragedy Into Triumph.


Cross Country / Track & Field

Abigail Keim (Williston, Vt.) - Keim is enrolled in the MD-PhD program at Dartmouth Medical School (Geisel School of Medicine). For more on Keim's story click here: Research and Running -- Abbe Keim '19.

Aleah MacKay (Bedford, N.H.) - MacKay is enrolled at the University of San Diego graduate school with a focus of mental health counseling.

Hannah Mason (Deerfield, N.H.) - Mason is enrolled in Medical School at Sacred Heart University.


Dance

Erica DeDonato (Danvers, Mass) - Plans to work in the energy sector expanding renewable energy in Massachusetts. 

Marrin Innis (Beverly, Mass.) - Innis will take NCLEX (nursing board) this summer to obtain Registered Nurse License.

Kelsey O'Keefe (Reading, Mass.) - Will work at Cruiseport Gloucester as a sales and an event coordinator.


Field Hockey

Cameron Molinare (Simsbury, Conn.) - Molinare will be working with Endicott Athletics as the graduate assistant for intramurals while obtaining her M.Ed. in Athletic Administration at The Van Loan School

Maggie O'Reilly (Cheshire, Conn.) - O'Reilly will work at Ernst & Young as a Staff 1 in Assurance/Audit.


Football

Matthew Acierno (Patchogue, N.Y.) - Acierno will start with PwC with their global network.

Christian Pizzotti (Melrose, Mass.) - Starts with TJX Companies

Shane Toland (Canton, Conn.) - Currently completing his fifth-year in homeland security studies at Endicott through The Van Loan School. For more on Toland's fifth-year program: Toland Takes Advantage of Fifth-Year Homeland Security Program.


Men's Golf

Christopher Billings (Portland, Maine) - After graduation, Billings plans on working in the hotel industry within the Boston area.

Carter Knox (Hinesburg, Vt.) - Knox will pursue a job in the business field back in Vermont, and then he plans on moving back up to the Massachusetts area in the future. 

Dylan Seeber (New Hartford, N.Y.) - Seeber will continue his education at The Van Loan School.

For more on each of the golfers time at Endicott: Christopher Billings '19, Carter Knox '19, & Dylan Seeber '19, A Look Back With The Big 3


Women's Ice Hockey

Meaghan Farragher (Bridgewater, Mass.) - Farragher is enrolled in the MBA program at The Van Loan School.

Caroline Hughes (Andover, Mass.) - Starts with Fidelity as a Financial Representative / Full Trader.

Rachel Lustenring (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) - Will be working at The Sports Museum as a Development Associate.


Women's Lacrosse

Jaime Balboni (Billerica, Mass.) - Balboni is continuously working toward her goal of working in the sport management field by sending out applications to various organizations. 

Ali Campbell (Lakeville, Mass.) - Starts with Wayfair, Business Associate in Category Management.

Talia Dellatto (Andover, Mass.) - Dellatto will be working as a CNA this summer and begins an accelerated Nursing Program in January 2020.

Erin Gill (Winchester, Mass.) Will take NCLEX (nursing board) this summer to obtain her Registered Nurse License.

Jackie Healy (Northborough, Mass.) - Will take NCLEX (nursing board) this summer to obtain her Registered Nurse License.

Aleah MacKay (Bedford, N.H.) - MacKay is enrolled at the University of San Diego graduate school with a focus of mental health counseling.

Molly McMahon (Hanover, Mass.) - Will take NCLEX (nursing board) this summer to obtain her Registered Nurse License.

Bella Rino (Northborough, Mass.) - Will take NCLEX (nursing board) this summer to obtain her Registered Nurse License.


Men's Lacrosse

A.J. MacDonald (New Fairfield, Conn.) - Starting at Data Dog (Sales).

Hayden Souza (West Hartford, Conn.) - Will be working at Toast in their sales department.

Derek Yannone (Lynnfield, Mass.) - Accepted a position with Raytheon (Software engineer).


Women's Rugby

Felicia Bouchard (Wales, Mass.) - Enrolled in Suffolk University Law School.

Casey Joyce (Waltham, Mass.) Continuing her education at The Van Loan School by obtaining her MBA. 

Lauren Wilson (Charlton, Mass.) - Enrolled in University Southern Maine for Master's in Educational Psychology with a concentration in School Psychology.

Jordan Zak (Brimfield, Mass.) Plans to work in a Physical Therapy facility.


Softball

Gina DeMilt (Princeton Junction, N.J.) - Certified Athletic Trainer for ATI Physical Therapy at McKean High School in Delaware - BOC Certified.


Men's Soccer

Conner Couchot (Mason, Ohio) - Will be working with KPMG (accounting).


Men's Tennis

Anthony Rinaldi (Attleboro Falls, Mass.) - Will be the graduate assistant for sports information at Endicott College.


Women's Tennis

Alexandra Barmore (Southington, Conn.) - Obtained an internship with the NFL's Indianapolis Colts. For more on Barmore's story: Consistent Networking, NFL Forum Lead To Indianapolis Colts Internship For Alexandra Barmore.

Gillian Freter (Scituate, Mass.) - Will be working in the hospitality industry in Nantucket, Mass. 

Lauren Rahr (Waterford, Conn.) - Starting as a math teacher at Lyme-Old Lyme High School, and will potentially be their tennis coach in the future.


Women's Volleyball

Emily Diezemann (Peabody, Mass.) - Enrolled in The Van Loan School and will earn her MBA.

Emma Mancini (Lynnfield, Mass.) - Will take NCLEX (nursing board) to obtain her Registered Nurse License.


Men's Volleyball

Ryan Healy (Fair Lawn, N.J.) - Will be working with FW Bryce as a Business Analyst Associate. For more on Healy's internship experiences: Ryan Healy '19 -- New Balance.

Devin Racey (Voorheesville, N.Y.) - Volunteer women's volleyball assistant coach at Auburn University.

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(Photo Credit - David Le '10)