Glenmoore Native, Immaculata Soccer Player Named Atlantic East Female Scholar Athlete of the Year
Glenmoore native Carrie Quigley, a soccer player who graduated from Immaculata University in May, has been named the Atlantic East Conference Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.
With the Atlantic East being a newly formed conference that debuted in the 2018-19 school year, Quigley is the first person to ever receive the honor.
“In my future, I will always look back on the lessons and experiences that Immaculata University has given me,” said Quigley, a Downingtown East High School graduate who majored in Elementary and Special Education. “While attending this university, I have grown in the areas of my career, my faith, and my overall confidence. Immaculata has provided me with many opportunities to succeed both in and out of the classroom.”
Quigley, who played in 68 games during her career with the Mighty Macs and tallied 12 goals and nine assists, was a first-team All-Atlantic East selection last fall.
“My life will be forever changed because of my four years spent at Immaculata University,” she said. “I am thankful for all of the students, faculty, and members of the IU community who have helped me throughout my unforgettable college experience.”
Off the field, Quigley was the Vice President of Kappa Delta Pi and the IU Senior Class. She was a member of the Catholic Athletes for Christ and also participated in mission trips to Lima, Peru and Raleigh, N.C.
“Immaculata University has shaped me into the person I am today,” Quigley said. “I feel confident in my abilities to lead a classroom and make a difference in others’ lives.”
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