2 Leopards finish with perfect 4.0 GPA’s
Leopards' strong defensive effort not enough in 1-0 loss at Boston U.
Stanford’s 66th-minute goal sends women’s soccer to a 1-0 win over Loyola
Leopards take care of business in must-win game on Sunday afternoon
Leopards couldn’t recreate the Annapolis magic on Wednesday evening
Photos by Rick Smith
2017: Started 15 games in goal…recorded 36 saves for the first ranked Patriot League team in saves…finished the season with a GAA of 1.47.
At Hempfield: Captain of high school team senior year...Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 and League Champion 2014...Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star...PIAA District 3 Playoffs, 3rd place 2016...PIAA Class AAAA State Quarter-finalists...Varsity Basketball starter 2015-17...EPYSA ODP Team 2012-2015...ODP Region 1 Pool 2014/2015...ODP National Camp 2015...Played for Penn Fusion 99 ECNL and captain 2014-2016, Penn Fusion 98 ECNL 2016-17...National Honor Society 11-12...Society for Academic Excellence in Foreign Language (SAEFL) 11-12...Class of 2017 Treasurer 9-12...Superior Honor Roll 9-12...Took Honors and AP level courses all throughout high school
Why Lafayette: As a soccer player, I was looking for a competitive mixture of Division 1 athletics and challenging academics. Lafayette is perfect balance between the two for me. I love how Lafayette is a relatively small liberal arts school and not too far away from home. From my first visit on campus and meeting the coaches I knew that it was exactly where I wanted to spend my 4 years of college! I can't wait to be a Leopard!