Noelle Lambert, a NOBULL athlete, is an inspiring young woman and standout athlete. She attended UMass Lowell, graduating with a criminal justice degree and played Division 1 Lacrosse for the River Hawks. After a stunning freshman year, Noelle suffered a life-changing injury while involved in a horrendous moped accident that resulted in the amputation of her left leg above the knee. Embodying the NOBULL mentality of no excuses, Lambert never let the injury defeat her and she made her return to the lacrosse field 18 months later.
In 2018, Noelle founded The Born to Run Foundation, a nonprofit which aims to provide child amputees with a specific prosthetic that will allow them to run again. In November of 2019, Lambert broke the American record in the women's 100-meter sprint, running 16.31 seconds, at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai. Making Team USA Paralympic Track & Field, Noelle went on to place 6th in the 100m Olympic final during Tokyo 2021, setting a new American record. Continuing on in her Olympic pursuit, Noelle recently picked up snowboarding and was selected to represent Team USA at the 2022 World Championships in Norway. Noelle was one of ten women nominated for the 2020 L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth award and was voted the National Honoree this December. Noelle is a recipient of the Myra Kraft Community MVP Award, the Wilma Rudolph Student Athlete Achievement Award, the New England Women's Leadership Award by the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, Mass., and was honored by the Boston Celtics as a "Hero Among Us" for her commitment to helping others.
Dana Richardson from Tyngsboro, MA has a BA in Global Supply Chain Management and Applied Analytics with a minor in Mathematics from Bryant University. She currently works at a semiconductor company as a Buyer Analyst. Dana just completed her third season as a New England Patriots Cheerleader.
Julia Kern is a 2022 Winter Olympian and a member of the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team. Originally from Waltham, Massachusetts, she is now based in Vermont training and ski racing full time after graduating from Dartmouth College in 2021 with a degree in Economics and Human Centered Design. She also works for a social outdoor app called Pastimes as a designer.
Baylee Rayl is a 25-year old, 3x CrossFit Games and NOBULL Athlete hailing from Nixa, Missouri. After years of competing in the team division within CrossFit, Baylee decided to put herself to the test and compete as an individual in the 2021 season. As a member of the CrossFit Mayhem programming, Baylee trains alongside some of the best CrossFit athletes in the world, exuding NOBULL's hard work and no excuses mentality. The CrossFit athlete has competed in competitive gymnastics, basketball, and was a collegiate golfer at Drury University.
Lindsey Adams is the Captain of the Women's Soccer Team at Dean College. Originally from Cranston, Rhode Island, the junior forward is pursuing a degree in Exercise Science with a goal to work in Strength and Conditioning. She recently joined Kraft Sports and Entertainment as part of the Gameday Operations team for the New England Revolution.
Tamara Brown (Moderator)
Tamara Brown is a multifaceted sports journalist and video producer with a love for storytelling. She graduated from Virginia Tech in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism. Ms. Brown is currently a host and content producer for the New England Patriots and an in-arena host for the Boston Bruins. She is passionate about giving back to the next generation of women in sports and serves on the 'A Seat at the Table' leadership team as a content producer for @_jointhetable.
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