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We hope that the field will help Maria Regina attract, retain and develop the next generation of student athletes.
Maria Regina High School recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new athletic turf field. On hand to celebrate Maria Regina’s latest major project enhancement initiative were members of the administration, board of trustees, alumnae and current students. I
Fr. Erik Lenhart, OFM, Cap blessed the field as part of the active role he has played in enriching the lives of Maria Regina’s students. He and Fr. Fred Nickle, OFM, Cap are two of the honorees at the school’s 65th anniversary celebration which will be held at the VIP Club in New Rochelle on October 27.
Weather permitting, when completed in Spring 2023, “this new state-of-the-art field will be a game changer that will help Maria Regina to attract, retain and develop the next generation of student-athletes to excel at the collegiate level and beyond,” said Anna E. Parra, President.
She added. “It is also the second exciting project we have announced recently as part of our strategic long-range plan to assure Maria Regina will continue to prepare young women for post-secondary success.” A few weeks ago, the school announced its plans and began transforming a classroom into a new ADA-compliant, state-of-the-art, Eco-Conscious Environmental and Life Sciences learning space.
Liz Pugsley, Athletic Director, said: “Our student athletes will have the advantage of experiencing outstanding play conditions similar to what they will find when they go to college, adding: “The new turf field will represent a significant improvement over the current field.”
To learn more about the renowned all-girls Catholic Maria Regina High School, visit www.mariaregina.org. Many residents of the town of Greenburgh are graduates of Maria Regina and many of their students live in town. We are proud to have this school as part of our community and wish students, faculty a great school year. PAUL FEINER