Softball Senior Salute: Colleen Mooney

Softball Senior Salute: Colleen Mooney

Name: Colleen Mooney

Hometown/High School: Endicott, NY / Union-Endicott

Bio  |  Career Stats

Major: Management: Sports Management

Plans for next year: Attend grad school at Keuka College

Career goal: Sports Information Director

Favorite memory with the team: The trip to Florida and living with the team for 5 days.

Other activities at Keuka College: Intramurals

What advice would give to freshmen on the team: Don't regret anything, live in the moment, and have fun because it goes by in a blink of an eye

What would you tell someone looking at Keuka College: This place and softball program is a family they treat you like one of your own and you won't only grow as a softball player but more importantly a person

What does it mean to be a part of the #KCFamily: Everyone here has everyone's backs no matter what's going on you can always depend on your coach, teammates, and other athletes we have each others backs.

From Coach Burke: Colleen didn't have any problem stepping into the circle as a freshman, as she had a stellar first year on the mound.  She ran into some arm problems at the end of her sophomore year and into her junior season.  Colleen had a great preseason Florida, and I believe that she would have finished her senior season on a high note.

A message from Colleen: Thank you to my family for going through this crazy journey with me for the last 18 years, my teammates for always having my back and making me laugh. And Coach and Mr. Coach for being hard on me when I need it most and for not making me a better player but also a better person.


Our seniors had their Keuka College spring season cut short because of the global pandemic. Over the next several weeks we will take the opportunity to thank and honor each of these seniors who demonstrated such strength, dedication and support to their sport, to Keuka College Athletics and throughout their time at Keuka College. We are so proud to have them as part of our #KCFamily and we can't wait to see what they do next!  #gratitudeforKCSeniors2020