Almost 850 current seniors, parents and alumni participated in the challenge this year to raise more than $166,000.
Freshman second baseman Noah Levin was named Co-Rookie of the Year and junior shortstop Nate Fassnacht picked up the Player of the Year award.
Here is a recap of standout senior and graduate student-athletes who have left lasting marks and holes to fill in their respective programs.
Four athletic programs notched championships this season while others struggled to reach the high bar set by last season’s squads.
Lacrosse head coach Tracy Coyne will resign after spending five years with the program.
Former guard Anna Savino will join the coaching staff after spending one season playing with the program.
Provost Forrest Maltzman, University President Thomas LeBlanc and rower Robert Hobert offered their words of encouragement to graduates.
A U.S. District Court judge denied the University’s motion to dismiss a pay discrimination lawsuit, allowing the case to move forward in court.
Eight athletic programs received honors for maintaining academic eligibility, high retention and graduation rates.
Junior utility player Jenna Cone earned softball’s first ever Atlantic 10 Softball Player of the Year award after a historic regular season.