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What's Next After Graduation? Our 2018 Endicott Student-Athlete Graduates Have That Figured Out

Diplomas raised in the air.

BEVERLY, Mass. – What's next? It's the question our soon-to-be graduates have had to answer far too often over the last few weeks. However, it's been an easy one to answer for our student-athletes featured below thanks in large part to the Endicott College educational model. Let's take a look at what some of our student-athletes will be up to before they even walk across the stage (this list - which is not all encompassing - is subject to change/be added to at any time).


Mike DeDonato (Chelmsford, Mass.) – Will Finish his MBA next fall after completing his undergraduate coursework in just three and a half years. He will also start his full-time assurance position at PwC (Price Waterhouse Cooper) in January.

Hunter Boyce (Bangor, Maine) – Starts at Wolf & Co. (Boston) as an auditor in September.

Victor Molle (Peabody, Mass.) – Entering the Endicott MBA program.

Mike Casciano (Somers, Conn.) – Plans on pursuing a Masters in Elementary Education at Endicott.

Colin Mason – Plans on entering the Higher Ed Leadership program at Endicott.

Women's Basketball

Hannah Shaw (Bar Harbor, Maine) – Obtained a position at the Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine as a registered nurse (RN) in Post Op.

Gabby Coppola (Watertown, Mass.) – Entering the Accelerated Nursing program at Mass General.

Hannah Kiernan (Wenham, Mass.) – Will be working at HireClix, where she completed her senior internship site.


Ben Zorfas (Waban, Mass.) – Will work at Northwestern Mutual as a financial advisor.

Michele Lorenti (Andover, Mass.) – Entering the MBA Program at Endicott.

Rachele Stein (Washington, D.C.) – Entering the MBA Program at Endicott.

Men's Cross Country

Zach Marshall (Hinesburg, Vt.) – Will be working at Gorton's Seafood.


Katelyn Sweetland (Granby, Conn.) – Full-time position as Events Operation Manager at Misselwood (at Endicott College).

Amy Sanchez (Saugus, Mass.) – Accepted a fellowship at North Beverly Elementary School to be a literacy coach and obtain her Master's degree from Endicott at the same time.

Jamie Nickerson (Plymouth, Mass.) – SEO Specialist at Boston Web Marketing.

Danielle Chabot (Worcester, Mass.) – Will be a Disney Character Performer at Walt Disney World (Florida).

Field Hockey

Courtney Brown (Byfield, Mass.) – Obtained a math teaching fellowship at KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate and will attend Boston University for her MEd in Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Secondary Math.

Brittany Bushey (Pittsford, Vt.) – Accepted a position in the new graduate program within the Trauma and Orthopedic Unit at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

Samantha Crowley (Leicester, Mass.) – Attending Merrimack College for her Masters in Exercise Science and will serve as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the school.

Emily Hirtle (Rowley, Mass.) – KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate Elementary School Teaching Fellow and attending Boston University for her MEd.

Melanie Kaleta (Bellingham, Mass.) – Completing a teaching fellowship through Endicott at North Beverly Elementary while pursuing her MEd in Reading and Literacy.

Olivia Larson (Cheshire, Conn.) – Accepted a position with AvalonBay as a Leasing consultant in Boston.

Emylee Wood (Kensington, N.H.) – Will continue in her current position at Tufts Medical as an Emergency Department Clinical Care Technician until she completes her NCLEX this summer.

Madi Wood (Bristol, Vt.) – Graduated in three and a half years this past December and immediately accepted a position at the University of Vermont as the Public Relations Coordinator at the UVM Larner College of Medicine.

Women's Ice Hockey

Maggie Layo (Sandwich, Mass.) – Will be an RN at Fogle MD Pediatrics.

Women's Lacrosse

Olivia Larson (Cheshire, Conn.) – Accepted a position with AvalonBay as a Leasing consultant in Boston.

Erin McCarthy (Old Lyme, Conn.) – Has two full-time nursing position offers from hospitals in West Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Cassidy Merrill (Buxton, Maine) – Has applications into various dental schools.

Men's Soccer

Tyler Johnson (Carver, Mass.) – Financial Advisor at Northwestern Mutual in Woburn/Boston. Obtained the position after completing his senior internship with the company.

Women's Soccer

Marissa Carlson (Bristol, Conn.) – Will attend Sacred Heart University in the fall and pursue her Masters of Exercise Science and Nutrition.

Brady Sezon (Easton, Conn.) – Will work at iBoss, a cloud-based web security software in Boston in the Software Sales department.

Rachel Hanna (Chelmsford, Mass.) – Passed her athletic training certification and will seek employment as an ATC upon graduation.

Paige Pratt (Topsfield, Mass.) – Will work at Spaulding Rehab in Cape Cod.

Shelby Elwell (Litchfield, Conn.) – Will be a program coordinator at The Anthem Group in Boston.

Kristin Hartlage (Niskayuna, N.Y.) – Will work with AmeriCorps in New Orleans, La.

Caroline Armbruster (Stowe, Vt.) – Offered a position with from her internship site at EMARC.

Alyssa Silk (Charlton, Mass.) – Will work as an EMT for a year and then apply to PA school.

Men's Tennis

Chris Kirkpatrick (Newburyport, Mass.) – Is the assistant pro at Salem Country Club full-time through the upcoming summer.

Women's Tennis

Maxine Bergstein (Hingham, Mass.) – Will be enrolled full-time in Endicott Masters of Homeland Security program.

Women's Volleyball

Mareena Clotfelter (Poulsbo, Wash.) – Is working at Nanostring Technologies as an instrument and calibration tech.

Cydney Pierce (Carpinteria, Calif.) – Has passed her athletic training exam and is pursuing the following opportunties: full-time athletic training positions at other institutions, athletic training graduate assistant positions, clinic rehabilitation settings, and/or graduate school.

Lauren Sheehan (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Is working for the Oklahoma City Thunder in an inside sales position for the organization.

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(Photo Credit - David Le '10)