Tag Archives: MC1988

JFACEBOOK: Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988) selling tickets for Feb 5

2016-Jan-28

Patrice Liquori Athanasidy
1 min · 

I have 3 tickets for the National Tour of 42 Street at Stamford Palace next Friday, Feb 5 at 8 pm. It is supposed to be a terrific show, but the friend we want to see is injured so we are hoping to catch the tour when it comes back east later this spring.$150 for Row A Mezzanine (all 3 tix)

# – # – # – # – # 

Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988)

# – # – # – # – #  2016-Jan-28 @ 21:30  

JFACEBOOK: Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988) creating tough deadlines

2015-Dec-03

Patrice Liquori Athanasidy shared Skye Turner: Author’s photo. 2 hrs · 

As an intern, I was sent to a luncheon to cover an award ceremony. I think I had the assignment because it was deadline day and no one else could be spared. When I arrived back at the office, I was told that they needed my story right away rather than next week to fill an unexpected hole. I had 90 minutes. For a cub reporter that was the equivalent of being down by one run with two outs and the bases loaded. I wrote faster than I ever have and my editor pulled me aside and told me it was my best writing all summer, “From now on,” she said, “you always have 90 minutes to write your stories.” Therefore, I blame Nancy (Bob Varettoni) for my creating tough deadlines for myself.

# – # – #

Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988)

# – # – # – # – #  2015-Dec-03 @ 21:45  

JFACEBOOK: Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988) an Associate of the Sisters of Charity

2015-Sep-22

FROM FACEBOOK (obviously)

Patrice Liquori Athanasidy

On Saturday, I will be making my commitment as an Associate of the Sisters of Charity, a lifetime one.

I thought I would share a couple of Seton quotes this week (especially with Pope Francis on his way to the U.S.)

“Live simply, so that others may simply live.”–St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

# – # – # – # – # 

Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988)

# – # – # – # – #  2015-Sep-22 @ 09:22  

JFACEBOOK: O’Neill, Patrick J. (MC1988) remembers O’Neill, James K. [MC1990 RIP]

2015-Aug-01

2015 08Aug 01 JKO

# – # – #

O’Neill, Patrick J. (MC1988)

O’Neill, James K. [MC1990 RIP]

# – # – # – # – #  2015-Aug-01 @ 11:10  

JNEWS: Gordon, Sandy [MC1988] one of Ramapo’s 4 best athletes of all time

2015-Jul-27

http://highschoolsports.nj.com/news/article/4150702788513776105/mt-rushmore-see-who-was-voted-as-ramapos-4-best-athletes-of-all-time/

Mt. Rushmore: See who was voted as Ramapo’s 4 best athletes of all time 

*** begin quote ***

Sandy Gordon, Soccer, Basketball and Softball, 1984: Gordon was an All-State selection in all three of her sports and reached the 100-goal and 1,000-point milestones in soccer and basketball. She continued her hoops career at Manhattan College, where she became the career assists leader and was a two-time All-MAAC selection. 

*** end quote ***

Gordon, Sandy [MC1988]

# – # – # – # – #  2015-Jul-27 @ 12:42  

JLINKEDIN: McLoughlin, Mike [MC1988] Engineering Manager at General Electric

2015-Mar-26

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mike-mcloughlin/6/8aa/86/en

McLoughlin, Mike [MC1988]
Engineering Manager at General Electric
Melbourne, Florida Area
Transportation/Trucking/Railroad

# – # – # – # – # 

JFOUND: Costigan, Bridget Robeson (MC1988) Head Coach Vogues Basketball

2015-Mar-17

http://voguesbasketball.com/5th-grade-national/bio-bridget-costigan/

5th Grade National
Vogues Basketball
Bio – Bridget Robeson Costigan

*** begin quote ***

Head Coach Bio – Bridget Robeson Costigan (Coach B)

Coach Bridget (aka Coach B) has been coaching various high school, AAU, travel and house level teams together for over 10 years.  She brings a balance of perspective, preparation and expertise that maximizes the individual and team development of the players she leads.

A native of Vienna, VA, Bridget was former member of the 1983 Vogues Junior Olympic Basketball team. She graduated from Marshall High School in Falls Church, where she was the second leading scorer in Northern Virginia and was selected to several First Team All Metropolitan, Regional and District teams.

Bridget played Division 1 Women’s Basketball for Manhattan College, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.  A four year starter, she was the Lady J’s leading scorer and rebounder and the 5th Lady Jasper to hit 1000 points. As a junior, Bridget led the Lady Jaspers to its 1st MAAC Championship Title earning MVP honors and breaking three tournament records. Coach Bridget launched the Lady Jaspers their first bid to the NCAA Championship Tournament against Duke University, giving Manhattan College a ranking within the top 20 teams in the nation.  In 2002, Coach Bridget was inducted to the Manhattan College Hall of Fame and was presented an award for being one of the greatest players in the first 30 years of the Women’s basketball program.

Prior to the women’s professional league, she also played semi-professional basketball for the AAU/USA Women’s Basketball Alliance and a tried out for the Washington Mystics in the second season of the WNBA in 1997.

After College, Coach B  remained in Northern Virginia to start a technical consulting business and coach her Alma Mater George C. Marshall Girls Varsity Girls’ Varsity Basketball (’89 – ‘91). A sports enthusiast, she continues to compete at the regional and national levels in women’s basketball, volleyball and tennis and enjoys coaching and spending time with her husband and two daughters.
Most recently, Coach B was the 2014 Potomac Valley AAU 4th Grade National team coach leading her team to a top finish at 5th Grade Dvision 1 Nationals in Orlando Florida. This year, Coach B was named the 2015 Most Valuable Coach for the Girls 5th Grade D1 Fairfax County Youth Basketball League (FCYBL) with an undefeaded 19-0 regular season.

Bridget is also member of the Potomac Valley Vogues and Chantilly Youth Basketball Boards and runs regular youth basketball skills clinics for both programs.

# – # – # – # – # 

Costigan, Bridget Robeson (MC1988)

http://www.linkedin.com/in/bridgetcostigan/en

# – # – # – # – #