Julie Halloran is a former three-sport athlete at Salem High and was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in 2011

Julie Halloran named MIAA Official of the Year for Field Hockey

In recognition for her contributions to officiating, the MIAA has named Salem native and Lynn resident Julie Halloran as the MIAA Field Hockey Official of the Year. The award seeks to recognize and honor officials who have displayed character, integrity and dignity, while displaying the highest standards of ethical conduct. Candidates should have a record of exceptional performance, as well as a reputation, among their peers and the athletic community, for fair play, for good sportsmanship, and for the development of these attributes in our student-athletes.

Halloran has been an official in multiple sports over the past 20 years, officiating field hockey for 20 years and lacrosse for the past 16 years. In lacrosse, Halloran officiates high school and college games, including games at the NCAA Division I level. She has worked a number of MIAA sectional and state final games on the lacrosse field as well. 

In field hockey, where she has won the award this year, Halloran has also worked multiple MIAA sectional finals and also a state final over the past 20 years. 

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