Dozen Student-Athletes Studying Abroad During Two-Week May Classes

Dozen Student-Athletes Studying Abroad During Two-Week May Classes

COLCHESTER, Vt. - More than a dozen Saint Michael's College student-athletes are studying abroad during two-week May classes in different corners of the globe, and each group is sharing its experiences through a blog.

France: Culture & Society in Medieval Burgundy, May 11-29

  • Field hockey rising senior Nell Criscione (Boxford, Mass./Masconomet Regional) and Alpine skiing rising senior Erin Spence (Aspen, Colo./Aspen)

South Africa: Apartheid, Revolution, and Representation, May 13-28

  • Women's basketball rising senior Alyssa Breunig (Trumbull, Conn./Trumbull), field hockey rising senior Bryn Churchill (Danvers, Mass./Danvers), men's basketball rising junior Jason Heter (Andover, N.J./Newton), men's basketball rising sophomore Jontai Williams (Bronx, N.Y./Cardinal Hayes) and men's cross country rising sophomore Ty Santos (Wenham, Mass./Hamilton-Wenham Regional)

Japan: Kyoto - An Aesthetic Perspective on Place, May 16-29

  • Field hockey rising senior Maggie Daley (Slingerlands, N.Y./Bethlehem Central)

Wales: Environmental Study of Sustainable Places, May 16-30

  • Men's ice hockey May graduate Jake Myers (Belmont, Mass./The Hill School), women's cross country rising seniors Emma Clark (Killingworth, Conn./Haddam-Killingworth) and Abby French (Nashua, N.H./Academy of Notre Dame), men's ice hockey rising senior William Santangeli (Oakville, Ontario/Saint Mark's School), women's swimming & diving rising senior Lauren Giampietro (Watertown, Conn./Watertown), field hockey rising junior Katriona Hajduk (Winthrop, Maine/Winthrop) and women's swimming & diving rising junior Leah Benoit (Franklin, Mass./Franklin)