|Sports:||Indoor and Outdoor Track|
Angela Whelchel Lally, 1992- Maybe the school’s finest 400-meter hurdler and middle distance runners, Angela Whelchel Lally left her mark upon women’s indoor and outdoor track program that has not been matched to this day. While some of her schools records may have been broken since she graduated in 1992, her name still dots the record book. A two-time NCAA Division III All-American in the 400-meter hurdles, Angie accomplished her many outstanding feats before the university even had an official indoor track team or field house. She was twice the state 400 meter indoor champion, and won the indoor New England Division III (600 meters) and ECAC (600 yards) titles as a sophomore. Primarily a hurdler, Angie even earned All-Little East Conference honors in cross country as a junior by finishing sixth at the conference meet. During her standout track career, she earned three All-State honors, three All-New England citations, and two All-ECAC honors indoors. Outdoors, she won the New England Division III 400-meter hurdles in 1990, and was a three-time Division III All-New England honoree in the elevent.