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Mara Kish


Duck, N.C.

High School:
Hampton Roads Academy


Chemical Engineering

Mara  Kish


Leopards Fall to Tigers in NCAA Play-In Game

Princeton uses five first-half goals to earn automatic bid in NCAA Tournament


Field Hockey's Spring Break England Tour Blog

Check back for daily updates of LCFH's trip to England


Winthrop, Kish and Shoop Attend USNA Leadership Conference

Trio Represents Lafayette at Four-Day Conference


Field Hockey Places Nine on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Nicola Coakley Posts Team-High 3.83 GPA


Next Step

NCAA Play-In Game vs. Ohio University


Field Hockey Intrasquad Scrimmage

Field Hockey Intrasquad Scrimmage


Quinnipiac at Lafayete

Lafayette 7, Quinnipiac 0


Field Hockey vs. Temple

Lafayette 4, Temple 2

2012: Saw action in the cage in five games for the Leopards, allowing just one goal all season...Made two saves apiece against Colgate (10/6) and Georgetown (10/28)...Tallied three saves and no goals against in 35 minutes of action at Lehigh (10/27)...Allowed one goal and made one save in 51:14 against Princeton in the NCAA Play-In Game.

2011: One of three Lafayette student-athletes to attend 2012 U.S. Naval Academy Leadership Conference...Played in 13 games in goal including 10 starts...compiled a 5-3 record and had two shutouts...registered a 1.74 goals-against average in 722:04 in the cage...made her first collegiate start against Northeastern (9/3)...Made a career-high ten saves at Harvard (9/4)...Picked up her first collegiate win and made five saves in a 4-2 win vs. Temple (9/4)...Turned away five shots and allowed one goal in a 4-1 win against Penn (9/14)...recorded her first shutout in a 5-0 win at Colgate (9/25)...Earned a shutout in a 5-0 blanking of Holy Cross (10/15)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

2010: Appeared in two games...totaled 24:27 minutes in the cage...made a save against Colgate (10/2)...turned away a shot at Holy Cross (10/16).

2009:Played in one game against Colgate and had a save in four minutes of action (10/31)...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.