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Patrick Ruwe II   Email |  profile

Patrick earned his B.A in Economics from Yale University in 2011 where he played varsity football and club hockey. Upon graduating, he joined the faculty of Avon Old Farms School to teach math and coach football and baseball. In 2012, Patrick put his teaching career on hold and moved to Florida to work on the presidential election, coordinating voter outreach in Palm Beach County. After the election, Patrick turned his attention to the private sector, moving back to Connecticut to run estimation and business development for a manufacturing company.

Patrick spends his free time playing hockey and golf. He lives in Cluett II CE.

Meredith Durkee   Email |  profile

Meredith grew up in Vermont where she played ice hockey, lacrosse, and softball. She played three years of varsity ice hockey and was named to the state Academic All-Star team as a senior. She went on to St. Lawrence University where she majored in English Literature and graduated in 2011. Meredith spent part of her junior year studying abroad in Tuscany where she studied Renaissance art, Italian literature, and photography. At St. Lawrence, Meredith was involved in student government, helped edit the school newspaper, acted as the student representative for the library enrichment board and was president of the entertainment society. In May 2014, Meredith graduated with her Master of Arts in Teaching, with a concentration in Secondary English Education, from North Carolina State University.

Meredith lives in Arches 2 with her adorable chocolate lab, Lily.

T-P Scoreboard

Saturday, 02/17/2018
  vs. Forman School
Win (3-2)
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Friday, 02/16/2018
  vs. Indian Mountain School
L   |  5-6

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