Where are they now? LAUREN STOLLER - CLASS OF 2010

In our second edition of "Where are they now?" we caught up with former Bison, Lauren Stoller, Class of 2010. Lauren started every single match in her four years as a Bison and was an All-Patriot League selection in 2006 and 2007. She also became the first student-athlete in program history to earn three ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Team nods. After serving as a captain in her senior year, Lauren wrapped up a career that saw two Patriot League regular-season titles and four straight 10-win seasons. Continue reading for a look to see what Lauren has been doing since her days here in Lewisburg!

Name: Lauren Stoller

Hometown: Basking Ridge, NJ

Major: Psychology

Where are you now/what are you up to?

I live in NYC and work in private philanthropy for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. The work is incredibly rewarding as I get to connect with individuals on a daily basis who are inspired to support the ground breaking research and patient care at MSK that changes lives around the world. Outside of work, I try to pretend I'm still a jock, and drag friends to play soccer in recreational leagues, catch live games, concerts, and try to keep up with my former teammates whenever I can.

What is your favorite memory as a Bison?

Practice, like defense, never gets the glory it deserves. I really loved being with my teammates at the end of a long day to compete, take risks, nutmeg most of them, and laugh a lot. Senior day was also at the top of the list as my teammates went above and beyond to make us feel special with letters, posters and more that really showcased all of the memories we had together both on and off the field.

What is your biggest piece of advice to current or aspiring Bucknell Women’s Soccer players?

Apparently, your BUWS picture and bio live FOREVER on the internet. Make sure you practice your pose. And maybe more importantly, go into every match excited to play the game you love and give it your very best effort - and the living bio will undoubtedly speak for itself in years to come!

What makes you most proud about Bucknell?

The emphasis on being both a student and an athlete was present from the first day I stepped on campus to the latest newsletters I read today. This is a very special value for a whole community to share; and it allowed my teammates and I to have a well-balanced college experience and explore every opportunity we desired.

What was the most valuable thing you learned/gained from your time at Bucknell?

Aside from the privilege of gaining a top notch liberal arts education, the greatest thing I gained from Bucknell are the relationships I made with my teammates, my very first friends on my freshman hall, my professors and coaches, and beyond.

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