Silver Anniversary Team

Dickinson's Caitlin Bradley placed second at the 2006 NCAA Division III championship - one of two runner-up finishes in Centennial Conference history.
Dickinson's Caitlin Bradley placed second at the 2006 NCAA Division III championship - one of two runner-up finishes in Centennial Conference history.

The Centennial Conference is celebrating 25 years as one of the elite small college athletic conferences in the country with the announcement of its Silver Anniversary teams, highlighting the best of the best over our first quarter-century.

 

For inclusion on a Silver Anniversary team, a student must have a degree from one of the Conference institutions and met one of the following qualifications: 

  • 3-time or 4-time first-team All-Centennial performer
  • 2-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year
  • 1st team All-America AND 2-time first-team All-Centennial performer
  • 2-time All-America (1st, 2nd or 3rd team)

 For individual sports such as swimming and track and field, the accomplishments must have occurred in the same event.

 

 

Cross Country

Twenty-five men and 28 women were named to the Silver Anniversary team in cross country. The Conference has six national team champions – the Haverford men in 2010 and the Johns Hopkins women in 2012-13-14-16-17. The Ford men have also finished second on three other occasions (2007-11-12).

Two men have captured individual national titles – Haverford's J.B. Haglund in 2001 and Anders Hulleberg in 2010. Dickinson's Caitlin Bradley was runner-up at the 2006 women's national meet, while Hopkins' Ellie Clawson earned a bronze medal at the 2017 championship. 

Forty-three men have earned All-America honors by finishing in the top 35 at the NCAA championship, including five that placed in the top 10. Forty-eight women have received All-America recognition, including 10 that placed in the top 10.

Name

School

Year Graduated

Rachel Leverenz

Dickinson

2002

Alex Forte

Dickinson

2003

Callie Bradley

Dickinson

2004

Emily Hulme

Dickinson

2006

Abbey Fergusson

Dickinson

2006

Cait Bradley

Dickinson

2008

Darcy McDonald

Dickinson

2009

Catherine Campbell

Dickinson

2012

Sofia Canning

Dickinson

2018

Jamie Kendig

Franklin & Marshall

1996

Sheena Crawley

Franklin & Marshall

2013

Wendy Johnston

Gettysburg

1998

Meredith Unger

Haverford

1997

Rachel Mosher

Haverford

1999

Kristen Wilson

Haverford

2003

Jane Stienemann

Haverford

2004

Jane Weber

Haverford

2008

Emily Lipman

Haverford

2012

Katie Sullivan

Haverford

2018

Laura Paulsen

Johns Hopkins

2010

Holly Clarke

Johns Hopkins

2014

Annie Monagle

Johns Hopkins

2014

Frances Loeb

Johns Hopkins

2015

Hannah Oneda

Johns Hopkins

2016

Sophia Meehan

Johns Hopkins

2016

Tess Meehan

Johns Hopkins

2017

Jill Krebs

McDaniel

2002

Joko Agunloye

Swarthmore

2001

 

The purpose of the Centennial Conference is to provide for athletic competition among institutions that share high academic aspirations and are committed to the importance of the total educational experience for students engaged in sports. Its full-time members include Bryn Mawr, Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall, Gettysburg, Haverford, McDaniel, Muhlenberg, Swarthmore, Ursinus and Washington Colleges, along with Johns Hopkins University. 

The Conference was founded in 1981 as the Centennial Football Conference and began competition as an all-sports conference in the fall of 1993. The Conference crowns champions in 24 sports.