Albertus Athletics will be running "#FearlessFalcon Feature" throughout the next few months. The Sports Information Department reached out to the Class of 2020 and gave them the opportunity to be highlighted on albertusfalcons.com.
Name: Kaitlyn Ellsworth
Hometown: Tolland, Conn.
Graduation Year: 2020
Program: Criminal Justice and Sociology
Resident or Commuter: Resident
Your Albertus Story
Why did you choose Albertus?
A well-known criminal justice program and an opportunity to play DIII soccer.
Clubs, Activities, Volunteering: Student Alumni Association, Criminal Justice Club, and volunteered at a Special Olympics Soccer Tournament.
Favorite Professor: Dr. Yeaman
Favorite Class: Minorities and Multicultural diversity
Favorite Place on Campus: The new pub in Campus Center
Honors and Awards: Kappa Gamma Pi National Catholic Honor Society, Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society, Dean's List (Four consecutive years), Most Improved Play for women's lacrosse (2017 & 2019), Falcon Award for women's soccer year (2019)
Your Albertus Athletic Story
Sport Played at Albertus: Women's soccer and lacrosse
Years Played at Albertus: 4 years
Who is your funniest teammate and why?
Maddy Rowe. She can make anyone laugh
Most memorable game: Winning a lacrosse match against Rivier in the season of 2019. This was the first time in program history Albertus beat Rivier.
What is the greatest lesson you've learned from being a student-athlete?
Enjoy what you have while you have it, live in the moment and find the positives in a negative situation.
3 Words Used to describe your experience: Challenging, Rewarding, and Unforgettable.
Our next #FearlessFalcon Feature gives us a look at Morgan Shura, a field hockey player from Wallingford, Conn.