Kristy Laramee Kerin
Kristy Laramee Kerin
Track & Field, Women’s Basketball
Inducted 2016

Kristy Laramee Kerin, a member of the Class of 2001, won the NCAA high jump championship on three different occasions. She won the outdoor title in 1999 and 2001, while capturing the 2000 indoor championship. Her 5’11.25” effort in the 1999 NCAA Championships continues to stand as the meet record after 14 years. Laramee earned All-American honors on six different occasions, and still owns the NESCAC high-jump record (5’8.5”) after winning the title in each of her four years. She is also a four-time New England outdoor champion, setting the Division III record (5’10.5”) in 1999, while winning the All-Division New England Championship in 2001. Laramee has scored more points for her team in NCAA Championships than any other Middlebury athlete.

In addition to her track titles, she holds women’s basketball records for most blocked shots in a game (10), season (85), and career (97), despite playing just two seasons. She is also a member of the U.S. Track and Field Coaches Association’s Track and Field Hall of Fame.