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Katelyn Arnold

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Coopersburg, Pa.

High School:
Southern Lehigh

Position:
Goalkeeper

Major:
Government & Law/Economics

Katelyn  Arnold

08/23/2017

2017 Lafayette Field Hockey Season Preview

Leopards bring strong leadership and excitement to upcoming season.

05/18/2017

2017 Athletic Season Capped off at PARDees

Arnold, Houck, Magadan and Lindner receive honors at annual awards show

05/09/2017

Female Nominees for 1913 Trophy Unveiled

Arnold, Goreshnik, King and Rath up for scholar-athlete laurels

05/09/2017

Female Nominees for 1913 Trophy Unveiled

Arnold, Goreshnik, King and Rath up for scholar-athlete laurels

05/03/2017

Oaks Leadership Academy Names 2017 Leaders of Distinction

10/16/2016

Lafayette vs. James Madison

Photos by Rick Smith

09/25/2016

Lafayette vs. Boston University

Photo by Rick Smith

11/04/2015

Lafayette vs.Colgate

Photos by Rick Smith

10/25/2015

Lafayette vs. Holy Cross

Photos by Rick Smith

10/10/2015

Lafayette FH vs. Bucknell

Photos by Doug Kilpatrick

2016: Named the Maroon Club Scholar-Athlete of the Year … named to PL Academic All-League Team … Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game participant … selected to Patriot League Preseason All-League Team … garnered PL Goalkeeper of the Week honors (9/27) … started in all 18 games and posted a 2.67 goals-against average while protecting the cage for the Leopards … compiled eight wins, 75 saves and a pair of shutouts, which tied for second-best in the conference … finished the year with a .658 save percentage … had a season-high 11 stops, 10 in the second half, against No. 19 Albany (10/9) … tallied five or more saves in five consecutive games against Holy Cross (10/8), Albany (10/9), No. 20 American (10/15), James Madison (10/16) and at Bucknell (10/22).

2015:
Was a Second-Team All-Patriot League and Academic All-Patriot League honoree after starting all 19 games in goal for the Leopards…made 92 saves on the season, and her three shutouts were tops among Patriot League goalkeepers…had a 2.18 goals-against average and a .675 save percentage in league games…overall GAA was 2.58 with a save percentage of .652…made four saves in a 1-0 overtime shutout win over defending MAAC champions Monmouth (9/11)…had a career-high 13 stops against two-time defending national champions UConn (9/20)…made several highlight-worthy saves among her six for the game in a 3-1 win over Bucknell (10/10) which ultimately clinched the No. 3 seed for the Leopards in the Patriot League Tournament…named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week for the first time in her career after earning back-to-back 1-0 shutout wins over Colgate (10/31) and Yale (11/1)…finished season with eight saves in the Patriot League semifinal against American…played all but 8:39 in goal for Lafayette on the year…was one of 11 Patriot League performers to land on the Academic All-PL squad…is a two-time NFHCA Scholar of Distinction, an award given to those who maintain a grade-point average of 3.90 or higher.

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).

2013:
Made two appearances, including one start, accumulating 39:15 of action...holds an 0-1 record...recorded a .500 save percentage making three saves.

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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