Senior Spotlight: Tracy Moriconi

College is a time for learning how to maintain regularity and balance obligations. However, for students like Tracy Moriconi, it is second nature.

Moriconi believes that managing how to stay occupied has helped her to become the person she is today.

“I attribute my academic success to my extracurricular activities and my friends,” Moriconi said. “I like to stay busy! It helps me to stay focused and on top of all my work.”

Currently, the activities occupying Moriconi’s time include, but are not limited to, being an Orientation Leader and Higgins Academic Center tutor. However, out of all of the activities that she is an active participant in, being a part of R-MC’s Varsity Golf team holds a little more weight.

“I began playing golf when I was a kid, but quit shortly after because I thought the sport was boring,” Moriconi said. “I picked it up again my junior year of high school because I wanted to play a spring sport.”

After deciding to play golf again, she has not looked back. Through playing with the Randolph-Macon Women’s team, she had the opportunity to contribute to the teams’ ODAC championship wins in the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Although she has described the sport as challenging mentally, that is what she enjoys most about the game.

“There is no such thing as a perfect round of golf,” Moriconi said. “It is always possible to hit a better shot or make more putts. I think that is what keeps the game fun.”

One of her roommates, Rachel Monkouski enjoys spending her free time with her. “Tracy is very involved in many different things on campus and still makes time to hang out with her friends,” she says. “She is an all-around great person and is a positive influence to all those around her.”

This fall, Moriconi will take on finishing her triple major in Accounting, Economics, and Math. After graduation, she plans to take the CPA exam in order to become a certified public accountant. Additionally, she plans to work at Pricewaterhouse Cooper (PwC), a public accounting firm in Richmond, Virginia.

Moriconi has big goals ahead of her after college and she will not let anything get in her way.

Good luck with the rest of your year!

-Dory Jackson ’16, Senior Features Editor

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