Wellesley Announces Fall Assistant Coaching Additions

WELLESLEY, Mass. - Bridget Belgiovine, Chair of the Wellesley College Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Director of Athletics, has announced the hiring of three new assistant coaches for Wellesley's fall athletic teams.

Ben Schueler
enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Wellesley tennis team. He joins the Blue after working as a Project Analyst in the Revenue Operations Department at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Prior to his time at the hospital, Schueler served as the Assistant Director of the New England Team Tennis Camp, the Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach at Concord Academy, and the Head Coach of the Westford Junior Boys Tennis Team. Schueler earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in August 2008 from the University of Connecticut. While at UConn, he was a member of the tennis team and served as a captain in his senior year.  

Hannah Woodruff
‘11 returns to Wellesley as an assistant coach for the Blue crew team following a two-year stint at Bulger Partners in Boston, MA where she worked as an Associate. Woodruff graduated cum laude from Wellesley in 2011 as an Economics and History double major. She was a four year member of the crew team and served as a captain in her senior season. In 2011, Woodruff played a significant role in Wellesley’s third place finish at the NCAA Championships, and she received second team All-America honors recognizing her outstanding individual performance.

Rebecca Carroll
joins the Wellesley golf staff for the 2013-14 season. A PGA professional, she has worked as a teaching pro at seven different country clubs, dating back to 1997. In her most recent position, Carroll was the Head Professional at the Wianno Club in Osterville, Massachusetts. At Wianno, she was responsible for a team of more than 15 individuals, which included the supervision of the junior golf program. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Carroll was the winner of the 2003 PGA Women’s Stroke Play Championship, while also winning the 1998 and 2000 Massachusetts Women’s Open. She was also named Golf Digest’s Best Teacher in the State (Massachusetts) from 2003-2008.