Excited Incoming Forensic Science Major Looks Forward to Being a Student-Athlete

Excited Incoming Forensic Science Major Looks Forward to Being a Student-Athlete

Gabi Chavez ’28 is eagerly anticipating becoming a part of the Charger community in the upcoming fall semester. She is thrilled to join the Chargers Women’s Track & Field team as one of its newest members. Coming from Arlington Heights, Illinois, she is looking forward to immersing herself in the athletic and academic offerings at the University of New Haven as she pursues her passion for forensic science.

Chavez made the decision to attend the University after an extensive search for a school that offered both a strong forensic science program and opportunities in athletics. The Henry C. Lee Institute at the University stood out to her, and she knew it was where she belonged for the next four years. With her enthusiasm for running and studying forensic science, she found the perfect match at the University of New Haven.

Upon visiting the campus, Chavez immediately felt a sense of belonging and community that resonated with her. With the guidance of Nicholas Noheimer, head cross country coach and assistant track & field coach, she had the chance to explore the campus, become familiar with the athletics facilities, and connect with the coaching staff. The welcoming atmosphere and engaging environment solidified her decision to commit to the University as a student-athlete.

Excited about the prospects of improving her athletic career as a member of the track and field team, Chavez is eagerly awaiting the opportunity to officially join the Charger community in the fall. With her acceptance to the University and her commitment to the team, she is enthusiastic about beginning this new chapter in her academic and athletic journey. She is eager to make the most of her college experience and thrive as a Charger in both her studies and her athletic pursuits.

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