Allison Jones

Lacrosse, Field Hockey (Inducted 2010-11)

Allison  Jones

Allison Jones '98 was a four-year member of both the field hockey and lacrosse teams. Her greatest successes came on the lacrosse field. Jones earned All-League status in 1995, 1996 and 1998 and was a member of the IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Team from 1995-96. She also was an All-American in 1996 and received National USWLA honors in 1997.

Jones currently stands first all-time at Lafayette and second in the Patriot League in career saves (382) and second and third in single season saves with 253 in 1996 and 240 in 1995. She is also the program's single-game record holder with 27 saves against Temple on April 13 1995.

During her time on the lacrosse field, Lafayette won the Patriot league championship all four years with only one league loss during that span.

Jones, a PGA golf professional, resides in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., with her husband, Captain Scott Lepping.