Junior netted goal in 86th minute in first-ever start at forward
Lafayette handed out its team awards and recognized its seniors this past weekend
Craver, Wissler lead the way with 4.00 Fall GPA's
Senior and sophomore notch third-team selections
Leopards finish year with 110 minutes of scoreless action
Women's Soccer vs. Bucknell
Photos of Lafayette's first training session of 2013
Photos by Rick Smith
Lafayette 0, UMBC 0 2OT
Lafayette 1, Howard 0 (2OT)
2013: Played in all 17 games, making 13 starts...named to Third Team All-Patriot League...Patriot League Academic Team honors with 3.56 GPA...team leader with five goals and 12 points...tied for third on the team with two assists...tied for fourth in the League with three game winners as she tallied the game winning goal in wins at NJIT (9/8), UMBC (9/25), and at Lehigh (10/2)...scored two goals in 3-3 tie against Loyola in the regular season finale (11/2).
2012: Appeared in 17 games for the Leopards making 2 starts...scored three goals on the season...made her first career start against Princeton (9/19)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Played in three games off the bench as a freshman...scored a goal and contributed an assist on the year...made her collegiate debut in Lafayette's 1-0 season-opening win against Howard (8/30)...assisted the game-winning goal against Monmouth (9/2)...netted the game-winner at St. Peter's (9/4) en route to being named Patriot League Rookie of the Week (9/6).
At Ridgefield: A four-year varsity starter and captain... named all-league, all-state and All-New England in 2009... honored as a NSCAA All-American in 2010... selected offensive player of the year in 2010... helped club team to the premier division finals at NEWSS tournament... member of the Connecticut state ODP team... four-year high honors student... won first place at the Future Business Leaders of America state convention.
Why Lafayette?I choose Lafayette for its competitive athletics and excellent academic programs. When I took a tour of the campus, I loved the small school atmosphere and automatically felt that Lafayette was where I wanted to spend my next four years.