The Smith College class of 2104 Inductees include such names as Jill Ker Conway, the first woman president of Smith College, Caryl Newhof, ’51, a member of the first US Field Hockey Team, Jeanne Eichelsdoerfer, ’43, a champion of Smith Equestrian, Agnes Bixler, ’29, a member of the US Field Hockey Team, Lisa Cook, ’95, an All-League softball and field hockey player, Sabra Aquadro, ’86, an All-American diver, Lisa Marlow, ’83, a 16-time swimming and diving All-American, Careybeth Boehrer, ’83, winner of the first gold by a U.S. sculler, and the 2004 Crew Varsity Eight team, who took 2nd at the NCAA Div. III Women’s Rowing Championships. Phoebe graduated in 1993 from Smith and played 4 years of basketball and 3 years of softball. She won such honors as 3-time MVP, 1993 NCAA Woman of the Year, 3-time all-league, and several school statistic records, including the scoring leader, until this year, when Phoebe was pleased to hear that young Rosa Drummond (’14), took over the top spot with 44 more points than Phoebe while at Smith. Phoebe will attend the ceremonies with cherished family and friends in September, 2014 and be undoubtedly humbled by her fellow-inductees and this tremendous honor. Smith College is near and dear to Phoebe J. Moore, PC. Phoebe was able to attend this amazing institution because of the leadership, forethought, and support of her beloved parents, for whom she will dedicate this honor. Phoebe will also, now take on a leadership role in the development of Friends of Smith Athletics, an alumnae support group for Smith athletes. The development and support of female athletics results in strong, educated, successful career paths for women. Phoebe J. Moore, PC strives to support youth and women in athletics.
Phoebe Moore just received word of a tremendous honor. She has been selected as an inductee to the Smith College Athletics Hall of Fame. The full article can be found at: