If the Bruins' Brad Marchand is "the little ball of hate," Liz Feldhusen is AB's "little ball of fire." Though small in stature, nobody stood taller than Liz on the fields and courts of AB. Her heart and desire was surpassed only by her exquisite talents, skills and leadership.
Liz was a two sport captain in Soccer and Basketball and was a four year starter in both sports. A DCL All-star for 3 years in Soccer and all 4 years of Basketball. In soccer, her accolades include MVP of the DCL in 2000, EMASS First Team All-star 1999, All-New England 2000, Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic in Soccer in 2000, Lowell Sun "Player of the Year" 2000.
As a basketball player for Coach Cathy Gallant, Liz started in 81 of 82 games in four years. The lightening quick point guard was a 4 time DCL All-star, averaging over a four year span, 11 points, 5 steals, 6 assist and 3 rebounds per game. Liz was a Lowell Sun All-star in 2000. While at AB, Liz was awarded Most Outstanding Female Athlete and was an MIAA Celebration of Women in Sports 2000 and 2001. Just for kicks Liz played Lacrosse her sophomore year and Tennis her senior year.
At Gettysburg College, Liz played 4 years of Soccer gaining Centennial Conference, All-Conference Status - all 4 years, was captain 2003 and 2004 and NCAA National Soccer Coaches of America "All-American First Team 2004." After graduating Gettysburg Magna Cum Laude, Liz returned to school at Northeastern University for a MS in School Council. She has worked a soccer coach, basketball coach and as an outreach specialist. Liz currently is a high school counselor at Colorado High School Charter, Denver, Colorado, where she
also resides. Liz is still active playing soccer, basketball, yoga and snowboarding, and she ran her first marathon in 2012.