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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.
But it's not just her officiating experience that is impressive on Halloran's resume. A Salem native, Halloran was a three-sport athlete at Salem High. Her prowess in field hockey, basketball and softball over her four years at Salem led her to be inducted into the Salem High Hall of Fame in 2011.
From there, Halloran moved on to Northeastern University on a basketball scholarship. That wasn't all though, as she also played field hockey in her time at Northeastern.
Halloran also spent considerable time as a successful coach in multiple sports. She coached field hockey and Swampscott High for 12 years starting in 1982, also coaching the softball team during that time. She spent time as a basketball coach at Swampscott and Saugus between 1985 and 2001, earning 184 wins and back-to-back MIAA North sectional championships with the Big Blue in 1997 and 1998.
Halloran plans to continue her officiating career once the games return to the field.