Kaitlin Poeth

Class of 2004

Women’s field hockey

Sophomore Kaitlin Poeth was nominated by Sports Information Director Dennis O’Donnell to be a Notable Yellowjacket. Katlin helped to lead the Yellowjackets in the 5-0 shutout win against Vassar College Saturday by scoring one goal and banking in four assists. Kaitlin also scored the game-tying goal late in the second half of UR’s matchup against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

This down-to-earth girl has been playing hockey for seven years. Born and raised in Webster, N.Y., Kaitlin is currently is majoring in biology and considering a future in medicine

“In ten years, I will hopefully be finishing up medical school and thinking about marriage and having kids, but who knows?” Kaitlin said. But one thing is for sure, this Rochester native is ready for “a change of scenery” and to leave New York.

In her spare time, she enjoys “catching up on sleep and work, trying to remain in good shape.” And Kaitlin knows that her pre-season and post-season training regimen is key to building the field hockey squad.

“The team has a lot of potential and we will be able to be very strong next year,” she said.

In the mean time, Kaitlin gets to relax and enjoy eating her applesauce and meatball subs.

Loren Cerami

Class of 2002

Women’s soccer

Senior Loren Cerami is a midfielder and one of the three captains for the UR women’s soccer team.

She scored her first two goals in the season during the 2-1 win over Washington University to help UR qualify for the NCAA tournament.

Loren believes that her team can do well in the tournament. “I have confidence that we can play with anyone if we can overcome the in-state teams, including several that are nationally ranked.”

Soccer is certainly nothing new for Loren, who has been around soccer balls almost her whole entire life. “I’ve been playing organized soccer since I was five, but my mom is a coach and I was kicking around earlier than that.”

Loren admires her teammates, especially the two other captains, seniors Christine Sipala and Jen Seferiadis, “who have worked really hard to make this season successful and fun.”

These two teammates also live with her and on her off days she likes to lounge around the house and eat fudgesicles with them, after she catches up on her sleep of course.

Loren is majoring in optics with a minor in mathematics and she is also the president of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honors society. In 10 years, she sees herself as an engineer who coaches youth soccer in her spare time.



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