STACY A. SULLIVAN
One of the outstanding players in Assumption College women's soccer history, STACY SULLIVAN was the first of what has become a tradition with the Greyhounds---a staunch, physical defender in front of the goal.
She is the only student-athlete in the history of the College to serve as a team captain all four years---the first four years of the sports existence (1989, 90, 91, 92) for both Coaches Barry Phillips and John Barton.
A two-time team Most Valuable Player (1989, 1990), she scored her first career goal---the game-winner---against Worcester State College in a 2-0 win---the first win in the history of the program.
"Stacy was the epitome of what we develop at Assumption College. Her work ethic, leadership ability and obvious athletic talents were instrumental in the development of a new program," remarked Barton.
She played in the program's first 66 games---all as a starter---and finished with four goals despite playing as a sweeper. She was awarded the Rev. Alfred R. Berthiaume, A.A. Memorial Award for going "above and beyond" in 1992 and earned all-Northeast-10 Conference honors three times (1990, 91, 92).
Prior to coming to Assumption College Stacy was as an all-star performer at Hingham High School.
Sullivan was graduated in May 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a concentration in Business Management. She was a awarded a prestigious Crowne & Shield Award at the baccalaureate for student leadership. Stacy spent many years as a human resources professional working for such companies as Ezenia!, Segue Software, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club, Boston.com Corporate Software and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Stacy also did an internship in the office of former Congressman Joe Moakley.
She is married to Joe Fleming, a Canadian Football League standout, and they reside in Wellesley Hills, MA with three children Madelyn, Erin and Joe.