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Back from injuries, she’s soaring for UNH

Back from injuries, she’s soaring for UNH
Denise Beliveau, a three-sport star at Framingham High School, has overcome two surgeries and adjustments to new coaches to star on the University of New Hampshire basketball team. Beliveau, a five-foot-11 senior who hit the 1,000-point milestone recently against Holy Cross, is averaging 12.8 points and 9.1 rebounds for the 5-4 Wildcats. 11:02 a.m.

Weinstock leads U.S. tennis team to victory

Weinstock leads U.S. tennis team to victory
Natick Racquet Club manager Sheila Weinstock has more than a supervising position to add to her resume: the Framingham resident captained and led the United States Women’s Team in her age group to victory at the International Tennis Federation World Team Championships held in Turkey last month. 11/17/11

CM’s O'Connor a winner one more time

CM’s O'Connor a winner one more time
As Catholic Memorial and BC High square off for their 50th Thanksgiving game, Jim O’Connor won’t be coaching from the sideline - he will be honored by CM at halftime as the Knights’ field will be named in his honor. Boston Globe, 11/23/11

Trio keeps Marian perfect heading into tourney

Trio keeps Marian perfect heading into tourney (Jon Mahoney for The Boston Globe)
Southborough resident Tess Anketell (pictured), Monica Hanley of Framingham, and Ashland’s Kristin Archambault played other sports when they were younger, and still do. During their freshman year at Marian High School in Framingham, the three discovered each other, and the volleyball court. But who could have anticipated the success they would find as seniors? Boston Globe, 10/31/11
Harvard’s Baskind gifted in many fields (Harvard University)

Harvard’s Baskind gifted in many fields

Melanie Baskind was known for her talent on the soccer pitch. But she also had been an All-American in lacrosse at Framingham High, and she approached Crimson women’s soccer coach Ray Leone with the idea of playing lacrosse too. After three straight winning campaigns, Leone has learned not to sell the 5-foot-3 dynamo short on anything. Boston Globe, 9/1/11

Local women named to national lacrosse team

Needham native Sarah Bullard and Kristin Igoe of Framingham were named to the US women’s national senior lacrosse team after three days of tryouts. Boston Globe, 8/8/11
Flyers look to midfield for a leader (Robert Klein for The Boston Globe)Framingham High’s Rachel Igoe prepares to pass to a teammate during a scrimmage against Acton-Boxborough Regional in Westwood.

Flyers look to midfield for a leader

Senior captain Rachel Igoe, a returning Globe All-Scholastic who scored 61 goals and 33 assists last season on her way to being named Framingham’s junior athlete of the year, is expected to be the Flyers's go-to player this year. Boston Globe, 3/31/11