Lubomir Cuba ’19, who just finished his senior year as a member of the men’s tennis team, found a love for art and drawing at an early age. In his junior year, the economics graduate from Massapequa Park, New York, was a member of the team that claimed the NCAA Championship in men’s tennis.
Katherine MacCary ’19, a senior on both the women’s cross country and track and field teams, found a love for running and competing at an early age. An art history major with minors in French and environmental studies from Los Angeles, California, MacCary talks about her love for competing and the internship she had last summer.
Phil Bernstein ’19 is in his senior year on the Middlebury baseball team, but that sport wasn’t his first love. A sociology and anthropology major with minors in global health and American studies from Palos Verdes Peninsula, California, Bernstein talks about his unusual path to baseball and trying his hand in many different internships.
Sophia Hodges ’20 is in her third year on the Middlebury nordic skiing team. An English and American literature major from nearby Cornwall, Vermont, Hodges talks about growing up in the area and following in her father’s footsteps.
Mitchell Allen ’20 is in his third year on the Middlebury men’s hockey team. A molecular biology and biochemistry major from Clifton Park, New York, Allen spent the summer of 2018 working at the Neural Stem Cell Institute in Rensselaer, New York.
Ivy Houde ’19 is in her fourth year on the Middlebury women’s basketball team and one of this winter’s captains. An economics major from Rixeyville, Virginia, Houde spent the summer of 2018 working at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
Angie Duke ’19 is in his fourth year on the Middlebury alpine skiing team. An economics major who is minoring in Spanish from Stowe, Vermont, Duke stayed close to home to attend college after competing around the world for another country.
Michael O’Herron ’19 recently concluded the regular-season portion of his fourth and final year on the Middlebury men’s soccer team. A mathematics major from Boulder, Colorado, O’Herron loves to teach adaptive skiing and has found plenty of opportunities on Vermont slopes.
Beth Neal ’20 is a three-year player, and current captain, for the Middlebury volleyball team. A neuroscience major with minors in art history and global health from Franklin, Massachusetts, Neal is also a member of the indoor and outdoor track & field teams.
Olivia Bravo ’20 is a two-year contributor to the Middlebury softball team. An environmental studies and history of art and architecture dual major from Falls Church, Virginia, Bravo has a passion for wildlife and the ocean.
Jacob Ellen ’20 is a key contributor at the top of the lineup on the Middlebury men’s squash team. A neuroscience major from New York City, Ellen has joined forces with a Middlebury classmate to advocate for a deeply personal cause.
Jourdon Delerme-Brown ’20 is a defensive back on the Middlebury football team. The Mount Vernon, New York native is majoring in political science with minors in history and Chinese. He credits his family with instilling in him a drive to help others.