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Laura Zito


Tewksbury, N.J.

High School:
Oak Knoll

Team Manager

Mechanical Engineering

Laura  Zito


Draw Ends Season for Women's Soccer

Leopards finish year with 110 minutes of scoreless action


Women's Soccer Set for 2014 Campaign

Senior-laden group to lead Leopards in the fall


Women's Soccer Partners With Halo Hats

Program will deliver hats to children


Athletes C.A.R.E Announces All-or-Nothing Campaign

Goal of $2,500 is set for second annual non-profit project


Athletes C.A.R.E Announces All-or-Nothing Campaign

Goal of $2,500 is set for second annual non-profit project


Lafayette vs. Boston University

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Bucknell

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette at UMBC

Lafayette 0, UMBC 0 2OT


Holy Cross vs. Lafayette

Lafayette 1, Holy Cross 0


American at Lafayette

Lafayette 2, American 1 (OT)

2013: Appeared in six games...tallied one assist in a loss at Columbia (10/15).

Played in 18 games making four starts...tallied five points on the year with one goal and three assists...made her first collegiate start in a scoreless draw at UMBC... scored in a 2-0 win against at Howard (8/19)...assisted a goal in a 4-0 win against Wagner (9/16), a 2-1 loss at Holy Cross (10/13), and a 4-2 defeat against Colgate (10/19).

Played in 14 games as a freshman...made her collegiate debut against Howard (8/30)...scored her first career goal, the game-winner, in a 1-0 win over Manhattan (9/25).

At Oak Knoll:
Four-year varsity starter and three-time team MVP...named the Star-Ledger Union County Player of the Year with 29 goals as a senior...her 85 career goals were second in school history...named one of Top 20 players in N.J....selected as an All-State, NSCAA All-East and ESPN Rise State All-Star...scored over 25 goals for her club team six consecutive years...captain of the soccer and track teams...holds eight school records in track...received the Bridget G. Gibbons Award for fighting spirit and courage...student-body Vice President.

Why Lafayette?
It's a great school with a tremendous history and reputation. It is conveniently located and allows me to study Engineering and play Division I soccer. The coaches, players, students and faculty that I met during my visits were great and it was a perfect fit for what I hoped to find in a college.