Meggan (Roberge) Dulude '07 has been on the administrative staff at her alma mater since June 2010, serving as associate director of athletics and senior woman administrator since July 2014. Dulude's primary efforts involve finance, sport supervision and student-athlete programming as she enters her 10th school year as an employee in 2019-20.
Dulude is also serving as the summer camps coordinator during the spring and summer of 2019.
Dulude previously served as assistant director of athletics and senior woman administrator from 2011 to 2014 and coordinator of athletic facilities and student workers from 2010 to 2011, and was the top softball assistant coach in 2012 and 2013.
At Saint Michael’s, Dulude has been intimately involved in the development of student-athlete programming since her hire. She directs the department’s New Student-Athlete Orientation (NSAO), an annual event designed to introduce first-time student-athletes to the Athletic Department through interactive and team building exercises with staff, coaches and other student-athletes. She also spearheaded the development of the Purple Knight Leadership Academy (PKLA), a program designed to enhance the leadership skills and opportunities of student-athletes. Dulude is responsible for all curricular instruction and programming within PKLA.
In her capacity at the College, she serves on several committees, including the Athletic Advisory Council, Club Sports Council, and the Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. She also completed a certificate in the Saint Michael's LEADS (Leadership Excellence, Achievement and Development Strategies) program.
Among her administrative work beyond the College, Dulude was named Chair of the NCAA Division II Field Hockey Committee in 2015, having served on the committee since 2013. She is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) and was a June 2012 graduate of the NACWAA Institution for Administrative Advancement (IAA). Dulude serves on the NACWAA Membership Committee and is a former member of the NACWAA Governance and Legislation Committee (2013-2015). Within the Northeast-10 Conference, she serves on the Committee on Sport Administration.
Dulude was also named as a mentee to the prestigious 2015-16 NCAA and DII Athletics Directors' Association Women & Minority Mentor Program.
While an undergraduate at Saint Michael's, Dulude compiled a legendary four-year softball career, leading to her induction into the Saint Michael's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012. She was a two-time NE-10 Pitcher of the Year and three-time all-conference selection, the 2004 NE-10 Rookie of the Year and the 2007 NCAA Division II CCA New England Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She posted a 63-36 record from 2004 to 2007, amassed 804 strikeouts and 31 shutouts in nearly 700 innings pitched. Dulude was awarded the College's Victor V. LeMieux ’35 Award as a senior, presented to an individual who demonstrates a high level of leadership and loyalty to his or her sport.
Dulude graduated from Saint Michael’s cum laude with a bachelor's degree in economics. The native of Sheldon Springs, Vt., earned her master’s degree in sports leadership from Northeastern University.