BONNIE L. LOEDEL '87|
A native of Kew Gardens, NY, Bonnie L. Loedel played tennis at Binghamton from 1983-87. She earned her bachelor's degree with honors in Latin American studies in 1987, went on to receive her master's degree in public health in 1990 from UCLA, and earned a law degree in 1994 from Boston University.
In three spring seasons of tennis, Loedel qualified for the NCAA Championships twice, advancing to the round of 16 as a freshman. That year, she received a final national ranking of 15 from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The program's most decorated conference athlete, Loedel captured six individual SUNYAC championships - three at #1 singles and three at #1 doubles. She also led the Colonials to a team title at the inaugural 1984 SUNYAC Championship, and another conference crown one year later.
In 1983, Loedel won the New York State doubles crown, helping Binghamton claim its only state team championship. She was also a state doubles runner-up as a junior.
A two-time team captain and MVP, Loedel compiled a 46-7 career singles record and 35-8 doubles mark against Division III competition.
As a senior she was honored as one of 10 Scholar Athletes by the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association (NYSWCAA). Loedel was also named Binghamton's 1987 Foundation Award winner and was an ECAC Merit Medal Award recipient.
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