All-Star and All-American are synonymous with the athletic exploits of Lisa Halloran, a three-sport star at Bartlett High School.
She excelled in soccer, basketball, and softball for the Indians during the early to mid-1980s, Her athleticism and leadership were quite evident, for she was captain in all three sports in her junior and senior years.
Lisa was named to the Worcester Telegram & Evening Gazette All-Star Basketball Team in her senior year. Playing guard, she averaged 20.8 points, five rebounds, and three steals that season. As a junior she was named to the T&G Class B Honor Team. During that season she averaged 16.4 points per game and was a 70 percent free throw shooter.
In softball, Lisa was an outstanding shortstop, playing a prominent role in the Indiansí 12-6 season in her senior year. She was named to the T&G All-Star Softball team that year for her achievements: a .500 batting average; collecting 29 hits, including four doubles, two triples, and three home runs. She drove in 29 runs and had a .954 fielding percentage.
Lisa set a Bartlett High School Soccer Team record as a senior, scoring 19 goals. She was named the teamís Most Valuable Player that year.
While at Bartlett, Lisa served as Junior Class Vice President and was a member of the school band, French Club, and the Chronicle staff.
Her sports career continued when she went to Framingham State College to major in computer science. Lisa was inducted into the collegeís Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. She is the Rams all-time leading scorer in basketball with 2,177 points. During her Rams career, she was the leading scorer in the nation average 26.8 points per game in Division 3 basketball and was named to the Kodiak All-American second team. In softball she holds the college record with a .405 batting average.
Lisa Halloran works in administration for the Conham Inspection Company.