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Lauren Smedley


Hamilton, N.J.

High School:
The Peddie School



Lauren  Smedley


Women's Soccer Set to Open 2013 Season

Leopards host Manhattan Sunday at noon


Nominees Announced for Major Awards at 2013 PARDees

Winners of Department of Athletics four major awards to be announced at May 23 ceremony


Women's Soccer Earns NSCAA Team Academic Award

Leopards led Patriot League with 3.45 GPA


Smedley Selected to Academic All-Patriot League Team

Senior keeper owns 3.27 GPA


Army Knocks Off Lafayette on Senior Day

Smedley makes five saves in defeat


Lafayette vs. Bucknell

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette at UMBC

Lafayette 0, UMBC 0 2OT


Spotted on Campus With... Lauren Smedley

Spotted on Campus With... Lauren Smedley


Lafayette 1 Colgate 2

Lafayette 1 Colgate 2


Lafayette 2, Wagner 1 (2OT)

Photo gallery of Lafayette's season-opening, double-overtime win vs. Wagner.

2012: Finished her career as Lafayette's all time shutouts leader and tied for fifth in Patriot League history with 25...started in a school record 69 games...all-time leader in goalie minutes played for Lafayette at 6486...Lafayette career leader with a 1.15 goals-against average...second in Lafayette history in career wins with 22...ranked second in Lafayette history with 382 career saves...started in 17 games as a senior and served as a team captain...recorded five shutouts on the season including a 110 minute scoreless draw at UMBC (8/17) followed by a 2-0 shutout at Howard (8/19) earning her Patriot League Goalie of the Week Honors (8/20)...made a season-high eight saves against Princeton (9/19) and Colgate (10/19)...named to the Academic All-Patriot League Team...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

Named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year for the second consecutive campaign...became the first player in program history to be selected to the Division I All-Mid-Atlantic First Team...named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week twice...started alll 17 games...secured eight shutouts during her junior year and ranks first in school history and eighth in Patriot League history with 20 career clean sheets...second in the conference with a 0.79 goals-against average...turned away 88 shots and posted a .863 save percentage, which ranked 17th nationally...compiled a 9-6-2 record as Lafayette earned its most wins since 2001...opened the season with three shutouts and had a shutout streak of 343:23...turned away 10 shots on two different occasions, at Princeton (9/21) and at Army (10/30)...selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

Named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year...First Team All-Patriot League selection...two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week...started all 18 games for Lafayette...registered a .876 save percentage, good for 12th in the nation...led the Patriot League with 113 saves...allowed 16 goals and had a goals against average of 0.83... recorded eight clean sheets for the Maroon and White...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

2009: Appeared in 17 games, making 16 starts between the pipes...earned first career start against La Salle (9/1)...turned away three shots in her first career shutout and victory at NJIT (9/25)...made 86 saves and posted four shutouts for the Leopards...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

At The Peddie School: Captain of her squad...named to the All-State and All-Prep team...honored to the Mercer 33 All-Star squad...member of the NJ State ODP team for five years...part of the 2006 and 2007 Regional ODP champions and 2007 ODP National Champions...played on the 2008 Region 1 ODP team...2009 NJ State Cup champion and 2009 Region 1 finalist.

Why Lafayette?"I chose Lafayette College because of its great academics, close location and the soccer team. When I visited, the people were kind and welcoming and made me feel right at home."