Blue and Gold Newsletter

The Blue & Gold newsletter will focus on the Roger Williams University athletic experience. Current student-athletes and coaches will give thoughts on their experience as a Hawk. Alums will contribute memorable experiences about their time in the RWU jersey. This move has been made to tell the story of RWU Athletics and how the athletic experience has made an impact.

  • image of Mike Gallagher, Associate Director of Recreational Services and Facilities

    Mike Gallagher

    As Associate Director of Recreational Services and Facilities, I do a lot of the behind the scenes type of things. If things are running smoothly, then nobody notices what I do.

  • Photo of Donna Flannery's dog, Andre

    Donna Flannery

    As Administrative Assistant, I provide support to the AD, coaches, and staff with the day-to-day operations of the Department. The photo is of my dog, Andre

  • photo of three athletic training staff

    Athletic Training Staff

    What do you do? How long have you been at RWU? Louise Humphrey-Arruda: As an Athletic Trainer, I help our student-athletes stay healthy and get them back to playing their sport when they get injured

  • Nick Williams at scorers table

    Nick Williams

    What do you do? How long have you been at RWU? I have been here since July 2007. As Athletic Communications Director at Roger Williams University, I produce nearly all of the content on our athletics

  • headshot of Casie Beauchemin

    Casie Beauchemin

    What do you do? How long have you been at RWU? As the Assistant Athletic Communications Director at RWU, my job consists of being the person of contact for 14 teams, accumulating statistics, writing

  • Mark Andreozzi

    What is your position at RWU? What do you do? How long have you been at RWU? As Assistant Athletic Director, I oversee the Athletic Training Room, Fitness Center, and Club Sports. I have been at RWU

  • image of Lea Peterson looking to pass the ball in a field hockey match

    Lea Peterson '20

    What is it like to be an RWU student-athlete? When I decided to play field hockey for Roger Williams University, I knew that I would have a demanding schedule, especially with my major and honors

  • image of Jen Fox, Head Women's Lacrosse Coach, talking strategy with her team

    Coach Jen Fox

    What are you looking forward to the most this season? We're really looking forward to seeing all of our hard work in both fall ball and preseason pay off in the 2019 season. The team has been 100

  • image of Sean Livingston, Head Coach - Cross Country and Track & Field, talking strategy with his team

    Coach Sean Livingston

    What are your goals for the season? My goals for the season are for each student-athlete to set a personal best. I would like to see both teams win the CCC Championship, as the Men have won nine out

  • image of Josh Seabrook diving into the pool, inches above the surface

    Josh Seabrook '19

    What is it like to be an RWU student-athlete? Being a student-athlete at Roger Williams has been one of my favorite experiences at this University. In my past four years, I have been a part of more