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Eight Questions-Trevor Bradley ´10

Trevor Bradley ´10
Trevor Bradley ´10
Eight Questions-Trevor Bradley ´10 1. When did you first start playing hockey? I started skating when I was about three or four and then joined the local town league. 2. Why Connecticut College? I visited several schools, many of which were in the NESCAC, but I felt Connecticut College was the best fit academically, athletically, and socially. 3. What has been the most satisfying aspect of the student athlete experience for you at Connecticut College? The most satisfying thing about being a student athlete here is getting a great education, while still being afforded the opportunity to play hockey in such a competitive league as the NESCAC. 4. What is your most memorable moment? I have had many memorable hockey moments at Connecticut College, including scoring some big goals and winning some big games. My most memorable would probably be my junior year as a whole; we had one of the most successful years in the school's recent history and placed the highest in the NESCAC standings in my four years here. 5. What are some of the goals for the remainder of the season? Our goal for these final two regular season home games is to play to our potential. Coming in to the year we had high expectations, but so far it has been a disappointing year. In this final weekend of regular season action, we are focused on playing to the level that we know we are capable of. 6. What other clubs/organizations are you involved in at the College? I have been involved in volunteering for KBA, a program that works with New London elementary school students. I have also volunteered at the Connecticut College Children´s Center, working as a teacher´s assistant 7. What are your plans after graduation? After graduation I am looking to get into teaching or maybe possibly heading to graduate school. 8. What is your academic major? I am majoring in history and American Studies Bradley and the Camels will host two games in Dayton Arena this weekend. Friday night, the Camels face-off against Norwich University in a 7:00 p.m. game. Connecticut College will play its final regular season home game Saturday afternoon against Saint Michael's College. The Camels and Purple Knights will clash in a 3:00 p.m. game.

February 16, 2010

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