(The Gulls Graduate feature series is intended to share stories about our 2019 Class that the casual fan may not be aware of. We hope you enjoy this feature series as we prepare for our student-athletes to leave The Nest, onto bigger and better life adventures and successes.)
BEVERLY, Mass. – Endicott field hockey student-athlete Cami Molinare '19 (Simsbury, Conn.) has accomplished a lot over her four-year career at The Nest, but the most significant item on her collegiate resume will come on Saturday, May 25 when she addresses the Class of 2019 at Commencement. Here are Molinare's thoughts on the big day that lies ahead, her time at Endicott, and much more.
ECGULLS: What were your initial thoughts on being selected as a speaker for Commencement?
ECGULLS: Reflect back on your four years at Endicott for us, please.
ECGULLS: Can you give us a little preview of your speech?
MORE ON CAMI MOLINARE
Molinare's career accomplishments are endless but here are a few that shine the brightest. Academically, Molinare will graduate with a 3.98 cumulative grade point average (GPA) as an Elementary Education major at Endicott. She also is a four-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Scholar of Distinction award winner, which recognizes student-athletes who maintain a 3.90 GPA or higher, a three-time CCC Academic All-Conference selection, and a multiple times Dean's List honoree.
Athletically, Molinare was a captain of the field hockey team, a 2018 All-CCC First Team selection and an NFHCA All-Region honoree. Meanwhile, in 2017, Molinare claimed a spot on the All-CCC Second Team.
Lastly, her campus involvement includes the following areas: Education Club, Gull Revolution, Student Government Association (SGA), School of Education Senator, Co-Chair of the Student-Life Committee, Parliamentarian, EC LEAD, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Endicott Scholars Program, Admissions Tour Guide, and Post Center work-study employee.
(Photo Credit - Corey Cinq)