Class of 2015 celebrates competitive careers at annual awards presentation
2002: Has started 70 consecutive games in her career...All-Patriot League First Team and NFHCA Mideast Regional All-America First Team honoree...tremendous field hockey IQ, controlling the game from center midfield, and the catalyst for Lafayette's nationally-ranked offensive attack...Leopards most balanced attacker who finished the seaosn ranked eighth in Division I in scoring with 45 points...tied with teammate Hahn for most career assists (31) in school and Patriot League history...scored one goal and added three assists in 8-1 Patriot League semifinal win against Bucknell...broke into the goal scoring column with a pair of scores in a 4-2 win over Penn (9/18)...talllied three assists for first time in career against Drexel (10/8)...had two goals and two assists in 4-1 win over archrival Lehigh (10/26)...enters 2003 ranked third on Lafayette's all-time scoring list with 85 points.
2001: All-Patriot League First-Team honoree...led the team in assists (12), and was second on the team in points (24)...named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (10/8) for her 10-interception, seven-tackle effort in a 2-1 victory over Columbia (10/3)...recorded a five point (two goals, one assist) game in a 5-1 victory over Ursinus (9/8)...scored the game winning goal in the 1-0 Patriot League semi-final victory against American...finished the year 2-for-5 on penalty strokes.
2000: The team's second leading scorer with 16 points as only a freshman...started all 19 games...scored the game's only goal in a 1-0 shutout at Rutgers (10/24)...scored the game-winning goal on a penalty stroke in 2-1 win over Monmouth (9/27)...registered a goal and an assist for three points in win over Rider (9/12)...scored the team's only goal on a penalty stroke at Fairfield (10/7).
Year GP-GS G A Pts.
2002 22-22 14 17 45
2001 19-19 6 12 24
2000 19-19 7 2 16
Totals 70-70 27 31 85
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