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Monique Lucas Conroy ’79

Monique Conroy Athletics Hall of Fame

Monique Lucas Conroy '79

Soccer, Lacrosse, Paddle Tennis


Monique Lucas Conroy, a graduate of the Class of 1979 and a Sun, is recognized for excellence in soccer, lacrosse, and paddle tennis, earning three varsity letters in each sport while at Walker’s. In soccer, she was a three-year varsity starter, was team captain, and team MVP. In paddle tennis, she was (with partners) number one in doubles. In lacrosse, she was a three-year varsity starter, team captain, and team MVP. At Commencement, Monique was awarded the Voorhees Cup. In addition, she was one of the student founders of EWAC, the Ethel Walker Athletic Council. Outside of sports, she was a member of the Judiciary Committee and the science and math clubs.

After Walker’s, Monique played varsity soccer for four years at Middlebury College, where she was team captain and set the school record as the leading point scorer. Her career has been as a teacher and a coach, predominantly in independent schools. At Indian Mountain School she coached varsity boys soccer, varsity girls lacrosse, and the varsity ski team. At Williston Northampton School she has been the varsity girls soccer assistant coach for 13 years and the head varsity tennis coach for two years. Voted “Class Jock” in the 1979 yearbook, Monique is still an avid runner and tennis player.