Rusin inducted into JSC Hall of Fame
JOHNSON >> Casey Rusin, who went to school in Wilmington, was one of four individuals and one team recently inducted into the Johnson State College Athletics Hall of Fame.
"Congratulations to our inductees tonight as you will forever have your mark identified in the Johnson State College Hall of Fame," said Director of Athletics and Recreation Jamey Ventura in his closing remarks at the banquet. "Thank you again for making this a wonderful night by coming back and sharing your stories. We wish you nothing but future successes and hope you will continue sharing your JSC pride and leaving your mark."
Rusin, a 2009 JSC graduate, was an accomplished two-sport student-athlete for the Badgers, participating in soccer and basketball.
She is one of the most successful players to step onto the soccer pitch for Johnson State, ranking first in numerous career statistical categories including most points (103), goals (43), and games (70) all-time. She also holds the record for most points (12) and goals (5) in a single game. Rusin ranks second all-time in assists (17), and earned North Atlantic Conference Honorable Mention in 2006 and 2007.
Rusin was also a successful basketball player, ranking ninth all-time in points (836), sixth in assists (209), and fourth in 3-point field goals made (119).
As a student, she was an Anthropology and Sociology Major and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Rusin currently lives in South Burlington, where she works at MoveWell Spine & Sport.
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