, Newburyport, MA


May 7, 2013

Bourque's repeat realized

Triton alumna wins A-10 for 2nd year in a row


Bourque plans to return to UMass for a fifth year in the fall to finish off her degree. She plans to become a physician’s assistant after college, but first, she will see if she can serve as a volunteer track coach at UMass next season.

“I’ll see if I can help out with the team and coach a little bit,” Bourque said. “Right now, I’m looking at two more meets in my college career, but maybe I’ll do some competing as an individual after college. Or I could change up sports completely and play some soccer to fill the time and stay in shape.”

Bourque is a former Cape Ann League champion thrower at Triton. She graduated in 2009 after leading the Vikings to a state championship.

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