Girls Varsity Track · Spring Senior Student-Athlete Spotlight: Madeline Brown


While teams across the state of Ohio are in a mandatory non-contact period until at least April 6th, we’ll take the time to introduce you to some of Beaumont School’s spring sports student-athletes.

Get to know: Madeline Brown

Sport(s): Track and Field – Throws

Grade School: Julie Billiart School

Q: What do you love most about Beaumont?

A: I love how my class is always there to keep an eye on everyone and support each other no matter what!

Q: You are making a playlist. What artists are you definitely including?

A: Post Malone, Khalid, Chris Brown, & Katy Perry

Q: Where do you plan to go to college? Do you have an intended major?

A: I will attend Indiana Wesleyan University and my intended major is art therapy/art education.

 

Q: What is your favorite memory from your time as a Beaumont student-athlete?

A: At the Poland Invitational last year, I was very nervous and lonely because I was the only thrower from Beaumont at the meet. I made a friend named Nicole and she cheered me on the entire time and I did the same for her.

Q: What is a skill or hobby you would like to learn?

A: I would love to learn how to do a handstand.

Q: What is your favorite TV show right now?

A: Stranger Things

Q: What is your favorite subject or class?

A: Studio Art

Q: Favorite food/meal?

A: Mac and Cheese

Q: Who is your favorite athlete and why?

A: Anastasia Pagonis — she is a blind competitive swimmer who lost her sight in her early teens. She inspires me because she represents that any person with a disability can participate in sports.