Elizabeth Scoda


Edison, N.J.

High School:
John P. Stevens


International Affairs

Elizabeth  Scoda


Women's Soccer Eyes Consistency in 2015

Leopards look for continued improvement this fall


Women's Soccer Leads League with 23 on Honor Roll

Craver, Wissler lead the way with 4.00 Fall GPA's


Scoda and Scotti Sink American

Women's soccer earns crucial Patriot League victory, 2-1


Women's Soccer Cruises in Season Opener

Finelli leads Leopards past Saint Peter's


Women's Soccer Set for 2014 Campaign

Senior-laden group to lead Leopards in the fall


Women's Soccer vs. Sacred Heart

Photos by Rick Smith


Women's Soccer Opens Preseason

Photos of Lafayette's first training session of 2013


Women's Soccer Class of 2017

Lafayette Women's Soccer Class of 2017

2014: Made 16 appearances for Lafayette, starting in seven contests...Recorded one goal and two points against American on 10/18

Appeared in 14 games as a freshman...made collegiate debut in 2-1 win over Manhattan (8/25).

At John P. Stevens:
Four-year starter and two-time captain at John P. Stevens...twice named First Team All-GMC Middlesex Conference and First Team All-Red Division...NJGSCA All-North Two on three occasions... 2012 First Team All-Middlesex County New Jersey Star Ledger and First Team All-Area New Jersey Home News Tribune...received the MVP Varsity "Hawk Award" in 2012 and was named as a "Top 20" NJGSCA All-North Two Player in 2011...captain for her NJSA04 Elite club team...member of the New Jersey ODP 1994 State Team that won the Region 1 Championship in 2011...Honor Roll student.

Personal:Daughter of Mark and Nancy Scoda...has a brother, Kevin... born on Oct. 19, 1994.

Why Lafayette?
I chose Lafayette because I'll be able to grow both as a student, as well as an athlete, while in a supportive campus atmosphere. Lafayette's great academic courses and competitive Division I soccer program are ideal.


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