Class of 2014
#11, but lost her number in a rosham
Once upon a time, in a land of rain and Twilight fans, Gaston became an ultimate Frisbee star. She attended the ultimate ultimate Frisbee academy, the Northwest School, and bloomed as a player with speed, agility, team spirit, field sense, full-field hucks, and beautiful faces while doing all those things. Gaston’s also developed a voice so beautiful that she stunned opponents on the field as she broke out in song whenever she needed to communicate anything to anybody, and I really mean anything – like she’d start singing “no break,” “force flick,”etc. during the game instead of just yelling it. At first, it didn’t seem very efficient. However, as time passed, her teammates understood it was her natural quirk – and probably, somewhere far away in the Amazon, a bird had switched voices with her: instead of being able to sing, all it could do was yell with Gaston’s voice.
A star on the Northwest School’s team as well as on the Seattle Women’s YCC team for 2009, 2008, and 2007, Gaston was a force to be reckoned with as a Freshman at Tufts in 2010. Now, as a sophomore, she’s a dominating character both on and off the field – truly a team player.