Katelyn Arnold and Trevor Houck both carry a GPA over 3.8
Seniors Amanda Magadan and Katelyn Arnold received academic honors
Seniors Amanda Magadan and Katelyn Arnold will represent Lafayette at the Senior Game on Nov. 19
The 2016 Lafayette field hockey campaign came to a close with a road loss to the Owls
The Leopards need a Bucknell loss to Colgate to make the PL Tournament
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.