Slate features five conference champions in a six-game span through mid-September
Junior takes part in USA Field Hockey event
Senior to be takes over conference's leadership role
Class of 2015 celebrates competitive careers at annual awards presentation
Field hockey duo recognized by Lehigh Valley Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos by Rick Smith
Field Hockey Intrasquad Scrimmage
Lafayette 5, Holy Cross 0
Lafayette 4, Temple 2
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The 2015 season will be Jennifer Stone’s third as Lafayette’s head field hockey coach. The 2004 College Hill graduate had previously spent six years as an assistant coach for the Leopards after finishing her playing career as one of the most-successful players in program history.
Stone guided Lafayette to six victories last fall, including a season-opening triumph over No. 13 Boston College. That game was the first of five against nationally-ranked opposition for the Leopards in 2014. The team also stayed close throughout in a 2-1 defeat to eventual national champions UConn on September 21 at Rappolt Field.
In her debut season, Stone led the team to a spot in the Patriot League Tournament for an eighth-consecutive year. Lafayette finished 3-3 in regular season conference matchups, ultimately falling 2-1 in overtime to league champions American during the semifinal round.
The Leopards have received seven All-Patriot League and two NFHCA Mideast All-Region selections in Stone’s first two years at the helm. The program additionally topped the conference with 17 Academic Honor Roll recipients last fall.
As an assistant, Stone helped Lafayette earn conference championships in both 2011 and 2012, giving the program nine Patriot League titles overall. The 2012 squad, which was ranked as high as No. 11 nationally, finished 17-3 overall and earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament.
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