Alison Mostue '03
Alison Mostue '03
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Alison Mostue '03 was a leader on the Blue volleyball team during one of the most successful stretches in program history, helping the squad to four consecutive New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) titles while garnering national, regional and conference attention. A two-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American and NEWMAC Player of the Year, Mostue was the 1999 AVCA Freshman of the Year while garnering AVCA and New England Women's Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Regional accolades during her career. She finished her career with 1,352 career kills and 1,072 digs while helping the Blue to three straight NCAA Regional Championships from 1999-2001, including a Final Four appearance in 2001.

What an honor.  Volleyball was my anchor and constant at Wellesley, the pipeline to some of my closest friends, greatest memories, and a much-needed outlet for physical expression, release and play.  For me, volleyball was a beautiful antidote to the focused academic rigor, a source of joy, and one of the greatest representations of sisterhood during my undergraduate years. In the nature of team sports, shout out to my extraordinary teammates and coaches without whom this honor would not be possible.  I am proud to call Wellesley my alma mater, honored to be recognized in the Hall of Fame, and delighted to commemorate volleyball’s powerful and stabilizing role during four very formative years of my life.  Go Blue!