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Sam Di Maio


Morristown, N.J.

High School:
West Morris Mendham




Sam  Di Maio


Field Hockey Earns NFHCA Academic Honors

The Leopards have earned a 3.00 GPA or higher as a team for the 20th consecutive season


Field Hockey Lands 13 on PL Academic Honor Roll

Bird and Lillis each earned 3.93 GPA’s


Field Hockey Hosts Cornell Looking for Fourth Straight Win

Leopards play the Big Red after beating Colgate this past Saturday


Steps Slots OT Winner to Open League Play

Leopards move to 5-1 and 1-0 in conference action


Field Hockey Rolls for Weekend Sweep

Leopards post eight goals in two games, drop Drexel 4-1


Lafayette vs. Boston University

Photo by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Fairfield

Photos by Rick Smith

2017: Played in all 18 games, earning six starts as a sophomore…tallied two assists in the win over Drexel…added a goal and an assist for a season-high three points in the 3-2 victory against Colgate…recorded an assist against Richmond.

2016: Played in 14 games while starting in one … made first start in the season opener against Fairfield … caged first collegiate goal in the 4-0 victory at Colgate (10/1).

At West Morris Mendham:
Started at forward and midfield for three years…tallied 30 goals and 28 assists during her career…team won the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference during her final two seasons…named to the All-Conference Second-Team after the 2013 season…earned NJAC First-Team All-Conference laurels in 2014 and 2015…Second-Team All-Morris County in 2014…North Jersey Group III All-Star Third-Team in 2014…earned Morris County MVP Defense 2015…honored as a member of the North Jersey Group III All-Star First-Team in 2015…a High Honor Roll student…spent time on the Relay For Life committee team…helped the Project Adventure Leader’s Club in her free time…played club field hockey for Total Dutch Field Hockey Club in Somerset, N.J….team claimed first place at the 2016 National Indoor Tournament and 2014 National Hockey Festival.

Personal: Daughter of Theresa and Paul Di Maio…has three siblings, Christopher, Alyssa and Michael.

Why Lafayette?: The ability to be a part of a small community but still play at the Division I level was exactly what I wanted.

Random Fact: Bruce Springsteen said 'Happy Birthday' to me during his 2012 concert at MetLife Stadium.