Suzi Farrell Greene '92 was a two-sport All-American at Lafayette, excelling in both field hockey and lacrosse. She was the first in a long line of prominent scoring forwards for the Lafayette field hockey program. She remains the College's all-time leading goal scorer (79) and point producer (176), and is second all-time in Lafayette and Patriot League history in points scored in a single-season (70).
After leading her teams to a combined 27-9-3 record and East Coast Conference crown in her first two seasons, Farrell Greene and the Leopards moved to the Patriot League. Farrell Greene thrived and helped bring the first two Patriot League Field Hockey championships to College Hill while repeating as conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991.
She was equally strong on the lacrosse field, leading Lafayette to an East Coast Conference title in 1989, Patriot League championships in 1991 and 1992, and fifth place in the 1991 NCAA Championships. As a senior, she earned First-Team All-America honors from both Brine and the United States Women's Lacrosse Association. Farrell Greene also earned Patriot League Field Hockey Scholar Athlete of the Year honors in 1991 and despite playing only two years in the Patriot League, she was recognized with a spot on the conference's 1990's All-Decade Field Hockey Team in 2000.