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Jennifer Stone


Newtown, Pa.

High School:
The George School



Jennifer  Stone


2017 Lafayette Field Hockey Season Preview

Leopards bring strong leadership and excitement to upcoming season.


Field Hockey Names Tri-Captains for 2017 Season

Seniors Colbourne and Hunsicker, junior Bird will lead Leopards this fall


Field Hockey Announces Class of 2021

Seven newcomers join the Maroon and White at Rappolt Field this fall


Field Hockey Announces 2017 Schedule

Leopards match up with defending national champion Delaware in Newark on Oct. 1


2017 Athletic Season Capped off at PARDees

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

2002: Has started 70 consecutive games in her career...All-Patriot League First Team and NFHCA Mideast Regional All-America First Team honoree...tremendous field hockey IQ, controlling the game from center midfield, and the catalyst for Lafayette's nationally-ranked offensive attack...Leopards most balanced attacker who finished the seaosn ranked eighth in Division I in scoring with 45 points...tied with teammate Hahn for most career assists (31) in school and Patriot League history...scored one goal and added three assists in 8-1 Patriot League semifinal win against Bucknell...broke into the goal scoring column with a pair of scores in a 4-2 win over Penn (9/18)...talllied three assists for first time in career against Drexel (10/8)...had two goals and two assists in 4-1 win over archrival Lehigh (10/26)...enters 2003 ranked third on Lafayette's all-time scoring list with 85 points.

2001: All-Patriot League First-Team honoree...led the team in assists (12), and was second on the team in points (24)...named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (10/8) for her 10-interception, seven-tackle effort in a 2-1 victory over Columbia (10/3)...recorded a five point (two goals, one assist) game in a 5-1 victory over Ursinus (9/8)...scored the game winning goal in the 1-0 Patriot League semi-final victory against American...finished the year 2-for-5 on penalty strokes.

2000: The team's second leading scorer with 16 points as only a freshman...started all 19 games...scored the game's only goal in a 1-0 shutout at Rutgers (10/24)...scored the game-winning goal on a penalty stroke in 2-1 win over Monmouth (9/27)...registered a goal and an assist for three points in win over Rider (9/12)...scored the team's only goal on a penalty stroke at Fairfield (10/7).

Year	GP-GS	G	A	Pts.
2002     22-22    14       17        45
2001     19-19    6        12        24
2000	19-19	7	2	16
Totals	70-70	27	31	85