Leopards succeeded on and off the field this spring
Leopards end their season in the Patriot League Quarterfinals
Boston U. win over American means Lafayette will travel for the PLT Quarterfinals
Leopards need one of their last two and some help to host a playoff game at Fisher
2014 Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2/25)
2016: Despite missing five games due to injury, finished fifth on the team in scoring with 14 goals in 12 games played...tallied 10 markers in her first six games of the year prior to her injury against Rutgers (3/16)...registered a hat trick with three goals in the win over Holy Cross (4/15)...picked up 14 ground balls and 21 draw controls, while causing 11 turnovers on the year.
2015: Started all 17 games in the midfield for the Maroon and White...second on the team in scoring with 32 goals and three assists for 35 points on the year...led the Patriot League in free-position goals per game, converting 12-of-24 chances for 0.71 per contest...fourth on the team in draw controls, picking up 18 to go along with 22 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers...posted 11 multi-point games and had just three games without at least one point...scored four goals in the win over UC Davis (2/22)...notched a goal and an assist in the loss to Wagner (2/25)...scored two goals each in contests with Binghamton (3/4), Lehigh (3/17), Bucknell (4/8) and Colgate (4/11)...netted at least three goals in four straight contests, scoring four, three, five and four times against Villanova (3/25), Boston U. (3/28), Holy Cross (3/22) and Saint Mary's (4/1), respectively...added a goal and an assist in the season finale against Iona (4/18).
2014: Started all 17 games in her freshman campaign...finished fourth on the team in goals (25)...grabbed 16 ground balls and caused 16 turnovers...named Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2/25)...scored four goals against Wagner (2/22)...netted a hat trick against Loyola (3/15)...scored a career-high five goals at Bucknell (4/9)...finished the season with back-to-back two-goal games against Colgate (4/12) and Iona (4/19).
At Haverford: Four-year letter winner in lacrosse and soccer...Co-Captain in both sports her junior and senior year...named Team MVP in 2013...2013 All-Delaware County First Team, All-Main Line First Team and All-Central League First team...2012 All-Delaware, Main Line, and Central League Second Team...2013 Ethel David Award winner for Most Outstanding Female Athlete at Haverford HS...National Honor Society member for three years...2012 US Lacrosse Academic All-American...made honor roll during all four years.
Personal: Daughter of Scott and Maureen Case...has a sister, Stephanie...born on Dec. 20, 1994.