|Sports:||Track and Field, Soccer, Volleyball|
A three-sport student-athlete for the Huskies competing as a member of the soccer, volleyball and track & field teams, Miranda Derenburger made her mark on the indoor and outdoor track & field teams, and remained the record holder for seven events. Earning numerous honors and awards for her ability in both track and field events, Derenburger used her talents in the pentathlon and heptathlon, provisionally qualifying for the NCAA Division III National Championship in the heptathlon in 2002.
Derenburger's dominance and ability to score points for the Huskies led to not only numerous All-Little East Conference and All-New England Alliance citations, but also helped contribute to the women's indoor and outdoor track and field teams outstanding string of nearly two decades of trophy sweeps. During the 2001-2002 LEC and Alliance Indoor Championship, Derenburger earned All-Alliance and All-LEC honors in the 55-meter hurdles and 4 x 400m relay, finishing as the LEC champions in both events, while also earning Alliance honors in the long jump and shot put. She was equally as dominant in the 2001 outdoor season, earning All-Alliance and All-LEC honors in the 400 meters, 100-meter hurdles, long jump, javelin and 4 x 400-meter relay, while also earning All-LEC honors in the high jump.
Serving as team captain for a total of four seasons (indoor and outdoor), Derenburger was a four-year William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete award winner and earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing in 2003. She is currently a registered nurse at Stephens Memorial Hospital and is an Adjunct Professor for the School of Nursing at St. Joseph's College (Maine) in addition to a Real Estate Associate Broker with Bearfoot Realty. In addition to her occupational duties, Derenburger volunteers with Oxford County 4-H and is pursuing her Master's degree in Nursing.