Leopards bring back several key contributors from 2014 campaign
Lafayette was named a 2014 Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA Division I National Academic Team
The team lands 17 on the Patriot League Honor Roll
The Leopards close out the season against Delaware on Friday night
Lafayette hosts Lehigh Oct. 25
2014: Made eight appearances, including seven starts...made 37 saves and held a 2.69 goals against average...posted a 1-6 record...had seven saves at Penn State (9/14)...made her first start against UConn (9/21), making five saves...recorded seven saves against Penn (9/24)...picked up her first win, a 2-0 shutout at Holy Cross (10/4)...had a season-high eight saves at Albany (10/5)...registered a pair of saves against American (10/11)...added four saves at Bucknell (10/18)...finished the season with three saves at Temple (10/26).
AT SOUTHERN LEHIGH: Arnold was a four-year letterwinner and a captain at Southern Lehigh High School. She notched a 0.13 goals-against average and a .930 save percentage her senior season. Arnold was a First Team All-State selection her final three seasons (2010, 2011 and 2012) and her 68 career shutouts rank second all-time, nationally. She was the Morning Call Player of the Year in 2010. Arnold was named to the All-Colonial League First Team and was an All-Area selection, earning team MVP honors. Arnold is a National Honor Society member and Teen Counseling mentor.
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