Caroline Doctor, Williams College
Caroline Doctor closed out her Williams track & field career as one of the finest jumpers in the history of the program, taking with her the school record for the triple jump indoors (39' 1.25") and outdoors (40' 4.75").
Doctor was also a standout long jumper for the Ephs and played a pivotal role in the Ephs winning their first NCAA Indoor title, the 2007 NESCAC, New England Division III and the All-New England championship titles.
Doctor earned All-American honors seven times in her career, including four times her senior year as she garnered honors in both the triple and long jumps at the NCAA indoor and outdoor championships.
Doctor's senior year was both regionally dominating and nationally impressive. Doctor won both the triple and long jump titles at the New England Division III meet, then won both events at the NESCAC, New England Division III outdoor championships and the All-New England Championships. "Caroline is a true competitor," noted Eph head coach Ralph White. "The better the competition and the bigger the event, the better she performs."
The Ephs win at the All-New England Championships, hosted by Dartmouth featuring competitors from Division I, II and III teams, was the first by a Division III team.
Doctor was named the New England Division III Female Field Athlete of the Year indoors and outdoors in 2007.
Doctor, a double major in economics and geosciences, earned Academic All-NESCAC honors four times.