Versatile Leopards look to grow into title contenders this spring
Seniors Anna Raymond, Kristin Schaen and Dana Smith will lead Leopards this spring
Case, Smith selected to the Division I Academic Honor Roll, team lauded as well
Leopards succeeded on and off the field this spring
Leopards personified the student-athlete in first 10-win season since 2002
2017: Had her breakout year as a junior, starting all 18 games and tying for the team-lead with 42 ground balls...added 18 caused turnovers, good enough for fourth on the team...selected as an Academic All-Patriot League selection and as Lafayette's Maroon Club Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year...named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week twice...picked up a season-hiogh seven ground balls and caused two turnovers in the win over American...registered five games with multiple CT's, inclduign a season-high three in the opener against Longwood...present on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Saw 16 games of action as a sophomore, starting in 13 of those contests on defense...caused 10 turnovers, while picking up 11 ground balls and four draw controls.
2015: Played in all 17 games, starting 16 as a freshman on defense...finished sixth on the team in ground balls with 21 and caused turnovers with 12...added five ground balls...caused two turnovers on four occassions, against Temple (2/12), Lehigh (3/17), Holy Cross (3/22) and Iona (4/18).
AT PRINCETON: Was a 2014 captain...2012 All-Mercer County first team...2013 All-area first team...2013 All-conference first team...2014 All-area first team...All-Mercer County first team...All-conference first team...defensive player of the year (Trentonian)...played 4 years of soccer...won the Princeton High School Gold Key award in 2014...Member of Journalism National Honor Society...National Merit Scholar Finalist...NS Lacrosse Academic All-American 2013 and 2014.