Rachel Cahan Class: 2008Sport: Field HockeyMAJOR: Undecided

high school: North Shore Country Day School, Winnetka, Ill.ideal day off: Sunday

Favorite book: “The Agony and the Ecstasy”Favorite food: Chinese foodfavorite movie: “A League of Their Own”Plans after college: Depends on my major, but take some time off and hopefully travel.expectations for the season: To go to the ECACs.

Favorite athletic memory: When we beat Latin in the pouring rain and mud, that was so intense.

Why rachel is the athlete of the Week: Rachel made five saves in a 5-1 win over Ithaca College and shutout Vassar College 1-0 on Oct. 23.

Gary Stom Class: 2006Sport: SoccerMAJOR: Economics

high school: Hempfield Area High School, Greensburg, Penn.ideal day off: Some couch and “Family Guy.”

Favorite book: “Public Finance” by Chris LeeFavorite food: A garbage plate with everything.favorite movie: “Happy Gilmore”Plans after college: Become wealthy and marry a hot blonde.expectations for the season: Win our last three home games and compete in the NCAA tournament.

Favorite athletic memory: Seeing Mr. Stone with his shirt off.

Why Gary is the athlete of the Week: Gary propelled the team to victory against Elmira College, scoring one goal as well as assisting two others.

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