Dagostino Brennan played four years of varsity field hockey for head coach Ann Gold and four years of lacrosse. She was named to the Patriot League All-Decade Team in both sports.
On the lacrosse field, Dagostino Brennan was the Patriot League Rookie of the Year, a two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year and a two-time All-America play. She finished her career with 205 points, sixth all-time in Lafayette history, with 141 goals and 64 assists. Her teams won league title from 1991-93 with the 1992 team capturing the ECAC Championship.
Dagostino Brennan's involvement with field hockey did not end with her graduation from Lafayette. She coached at her alma mater, Upper Moreland High School, for several years before joining a club field hockey team with former Lafayette teammate Kim Hovis Joy '94.
Dagostino Brennan currently resides in Wayne, Pa. She is married to Greg Brennan and the couple have two children, daughter Bria, and son Bode. She has worked as a registered nurse at Abington Memorial Hospital for over a decade, specializing in cardiac care.
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