PROVIDENCE, RI - Junior women's lacrosse captain Bre Hudgins (NY) is featured as the Ivy League celebrates Black History Month. She enters her junior season ranked 20th all-time at Brown with 47 career draw controls. As a sophomore last year, Hudgins started all 14 games on attack and finished second on the team in both points (29) and goals (23).
As the national Black History Month theme for 2013 is "At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality," the Ivy League is taking a different spin to mark the month-long celebration of African-American culture in the United States.
This year the League shifts its focus on the present, through the eyes and minds of its current student-athletes.
Sixteen student-athletes -- one male and one female from each of the eight Ivy institutions -- will offer their insights on the African-American ideal from their viewpoints as the future leaders and influencers of the next generation.
Throughout the month of February, the League's official website will feature their responses to a series of five questions in their own words.
To read Hudgins' responses, click here.