Jean Osachuk '80 – Tennis/Basketball/Softball
(Presented by Aldo Santiago, Head Coach of the Mount Holyoke Tennis Team (left) and Tim Walko, Head Coach of the Mount Holyoke Golf Team (right))
An all-around athlete and leader in athletics during her time at Mount Holyoke, Osachuk has been a role model for women across a number of sports. A standout in tennis at MHC, she amassed a record of 54-10 as the number one ranked singles player all four years. During her senior season, she won the Seven Sisters Tournament, also competing on MHC's basketball and softball teams. Additionally, Osachuk was instrumental in the organization and establishment of the Athletic and Recreation Association at Mount Holyoke, which helped students on-campus be able to participate in a number of intramural sports, including soccer, volleyball, touch football and softball. A competitive tennis player after college, she was a National Champion in 2012, winning the Women's 50 and Over "4.5 team doubles competition." Osachuk, who was inducted into the New England Tennis Hall of Fame in 2009, currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the Jane Blalock Company – an organization that is responsible for the organization and management of the LPGA Golf Clinics for Women. CLICK TO VIEW THE OFFICAL RELEASE.