Leopards are alive and well in the Patriot League Tournament picture after late victory
Wescott and O’Brien named defensive player and goalkeeper of the week
Leopards move to 4-5-4 overall on the year
Leopards equalize to start second half, but surrender game-winner shortly after
Weiss finds the back of the net off a corner chance in the seventh minute for a 1-0 victory
2015: Started all 16 games… tallied her only assist on the season in a 2-1 victory against Columbia on Oct. 13…Scored her lone goal on the season on a penalty kick in a 1-0 win against Navy on Oct. 25…notched two shots on the year with both on goal.
2014: Made 14 appearances for the Maroon and White, starting in five games...recorded two shots on goal
2013: Appeared in 12 games, making three starts on defense...made first collegiate start against Temple (9/15).
At East Brunswick: Four-year varsity member and 2012 team captain at East Brunswick...Red Division Champions from 2009-2012...three-time Greater Middlesex County Champions...named First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Division, First Team Home News Tribune All-Area Girls Soccer and First Team Star Ledger All-Middlesex Girls Soccer in 2012...member of the PDA Slammers who were 2011 USYSA National Championships...two-year letterwinner in winter and spring track and field and 2013 team captain...Vice President of the Italian Honor Society...member of the Principal's Council, Women's Leadership Conference, and Teen Leadership Committee...participates in peer-to-peer which is a support group for special needs students.
Since the moment I stepped onto campus, I knew that there wouldn't be another school that would have everything Lafayette has to offer. Because of the challenging academic curriculum, beautiful campus, endless extracurricular activities and of course the competitive athletics, I knew this was the place for me. I can't wait for the next four years at such an unbelievable school!