Elizabeth Clements Capson graduated from Berlin High in 2000. She was a 3 sport athlete in volleyball, basketball, and tennis. During her volleyball career she was a four time NWC All Academic team selection receiving the Redcoat Award in ’98, the Coaches Award in ’99 while serving as captain of the team, and the same year she was a CHSCA/Hartford Courant All State selection and participated in the CHSCA East Senior All-Star volleyball game.
Elizabeth’s basketball achievements included again a four time NWC All Academic team selection, a two time rebounding award winner, two time free throw shooting award winner, two time NWC tournament team selection, two time Coaches Award recipient, tri-captain in her senior year, and most notably she became a 1,000 point score during her senior year.
During her tennis career she again was a four time NWC All Academic team selection, a two time Redcoat Award recipient, a Coaches Award recipient, CAS-CIAC Scholar Athlete selection her senior year, tri-captain and #1 singles player as a senior. She was also a three time participant in the Yale Invitational Tournament.
Elizabeth attended Brigham Young for two years before transferring to CCSU where she graduated cum laude with a degree in mathematics and a minor in marketing. She worked as an underwriter at Aetna before starting her family. She is currently a stay at home mom living in Cromwell with her husband and four children; Avery 8, Eli 6, Brenton 4, and Camden 1 ½. Elizabeth is actively involved in her church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, in the presidencies of the women’s, youth, and children’s organization.