Lori Casinghino
Field Hockey, Tennis, Basketball   
Inducted in 2002
Lori made her mark in Suffield as a three-sport athlete and was awarded 11 letters for field hockey, basketball, and tennis.  Her tennis accomplishments include a 64-1 career record as the #1 singles player, NCCC Singles Champion all four years, and All NCCC Conference all four years. 

In field hockey, Lori was named All NCCC Conference four years, All State as a goalie three times, and received a Division I Scholarship to Northern Illinois University.  In 1989 and 1990, Lori was selected as goalie for the United States National Hockey Festival, and in 1989 and 1990 received the Barbara Ganley Outstanding Athlete Award, the highest girls athletic award at SHS. 

Following high school, Lori attended Northern Illinois University where she played on the varsity field hockey team as a goalie in 1990.  The following year, she transferred to Salem State College where she continued her field hockey career for the next 3 years, assuming the captaincy in her senior year.  She also played tennis at Salem State in 1994 and 1995 where she was the #1 singles player, played on the #1 doubles team, and was selected MVP.  

In 2000, Lori was named to the Hartford Courant’s “Best of the Century” tribute for Town of Suffield athletes. 

Currently Lori teaches Physical Education at Wachusett Regional High School where she is Varsity Tennis Coach and a Field Hockey Official.