Georgetown University Archives, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Georgetown College (1789-1815)
Natalie Paramskas was associated with athletics at Georgetown for 34 years. A native of Lithuania, she came to the University in 1952 as athletic director and field hockey coach in the Nursing School. From 1974 to her retirement, she served as Assistant Athletic Director for Women. In 1986, she noted: 'It is with a deep sense of sadness that I leave Georgetown University. I’m happy to have been a part of history here and will deeply miss my association with the coaches and student athletes. Women’s athletics has come a long way over the years and progress has not come easily, but . . . I can truly say that the future is bright for women’s athletics here at Georgetown.'
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Utraque Unum 3:1 (2010) Deneen, Patrick J.; Schall, James V.; Hawkins, Justin R.; Gray, Scott; Rosier, Collan B.; Berg, Ryan; Punchak, Natalie; Tsai, Timothy; Carlson, Jack; Deneen, Patrick J.; Schall, James V.; Hawkins, Justin R.; Gray, Scott; Rosier, Collan B.; Berg, Ryan; Punchak, Natalie; Tsai, Timothy; Carlson, Jack (Georgetown University. Tocqueville Forum on the Roots of American DemocracyGeorgetown University. Toqueville Forum on the Roots of American Democracy, 2010)