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Lennon Joins Bridgewater Athletics Staff

Lennon Joins Bridgewater Athletics Staff

BRIDGEWATER, Va. - Felicia Lennon has joined the Bridgewater College athletic department as Assistant to the Director of Athletic Media Relations/Assistant Softball Coach, as part of an NCAA Ethnic Minorities and Women's Internship Grant.

Lennon graduated from the University of Maine in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.

Lennon was a shortstop on the softball team at Maine and started every game she played in all four years. She posted a .283 career batting average with 128 hits, 29 doubles, 83 runs scored, and held a .922 fielding percentage. She was selected to the America East All-Rookie Team in 2014 and earned America East All-Conference honors in 2015 and 2016. In 2016, Maine won the America East Championship and went on to compete in the NCAA Division I Softball Tournament. Lennon was a team captain in her junior and senior seasons.

Lennon held a variety of coaching jobs during her undergraduate career. She was the head coach and hitting coach for the Brookfield Burn 12U and 14U travel teams from 2014-2016 where she was involved in player development and organizing practices. She was a hitting instructor for the Sports Academy of CT & NY in 2014, where she gave one-on-one and group hitting lessons. During her time at Maine, she devoted numerous hours to working camps where she served as a summer camp counselor and helped develop and mentor camp attendees.

Lennon was also a student intern with Maine's Athletics Media Relations department. She wrote and released previews and recaps for the University of Maine Athletics Website, updated social media platforms and worked with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and HTML.

While attending Brookfield high school, Lennon competed with the CT Charmers U-18 gold squad and played four years of varsity ball while compiling a .450 average and a .560 on-base percentage. A captain her senior year, Lennon helped lead Brookfield to a Southwest Conference Championship in 2011 and CIAC Class L semi-final finishes in both 2010 and 2012. She was named to the New Haven Register All-State squad her senior year after being recognized as a CIAC Class L all-state selection in both 2011 and 2012. She was named to the Southwest Conference all-league first team all four years of her high school career.