Spotlight on Black History Month – Northeastern’s Tramaine Shaw

To celebrate Black History Month, CAA honors a former student-athlete, coach or administrator from each of its 10 member institutions who has made a significant impact in the community. The conference is proud to promote these men and women for their outstanding achievements.

Today we recognize Tramaine Shaw from Northeastern

Tramaine Shaw, North East – Athletics

Tramaine Shaw made a huge impact as a student-athlete and coach during her time at Northeastern University.

A four-year letter winner for the Huskies from 2005-2009, she was a seven-time CAA champion and set conference records in the 100-meter hurdles (13.71) and 400-meter hurdles (59.88). ). She was co-recipient of the Outstanding Track Performer award at the 2007 CAA Track and Field Championships. Tramaine was one of 25 student-athletes chosen for the 25and Anniversary of the women’s track and field team and was inducted into the Northeastern Hall of Fame in 2015.

The success and work ethic that Tramaine demonstrated as a student-athlete allowed her to become a highly accomplished coach. She was selected as the CAA Men’s Athletics Coach of the Year for the past three seasons (2019-21) and helped guide the Huskies to six straight CAA Men’s Athletics titles (3 as an assistant coach, 3 as a head coach). His athletes won 38 gold medals in four seasons as head coach and three athletes qualified for the NCAA championship during his tenure.

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