Ms. Andrews graduated from Connecticut College in 1998, where she majored in English and minored in music and secondary education. There, she was also a four-year starter for the field hockey team, serving as a co-captain in her senior year. She earned the honors of NFHCA Division III Second Team All-American, North-South Division III All-Star, and team MVP. She also sang in an a cappella groups on campus and received the Sarah Nichols ’46 Award for making the "greatest contribution to the musical life of the campus" in her senior year. Ms. Andrews then went on to earn a master’s degree in arts and liberal sciences from Wesleyan University and is currently pursuing a sixth year degree in educational leadership from the University of Connecticut. She has been an English teacher at Farmington High School for 19 years. As the head field hockey coach there, she was named coach of the year twice by the Field Hockey Coaches Association, and once by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association. In September of 2018, she will be inducted into the Connecticut Field Hockey Hall of Fame.
Ms. Andrews lives on campus with her family, including Molly, class of 2022, and teaches English. She also serves as an advisor and coach of field hockey and lacrosse.