Team awards handed out, seniors recognized at Pfennig Alumni Center
Boston University tops Lafayette 2-0
King nets first career goal for Leopards
Leopards host Manhattan Sunday at noon
Smedley posts a 4.0 GPA
Photos of Lafayette's first training session of 2013
2013: Appeared in one game, making her only collegiate start against Manhattan (8/25), logging 44:15 minutes in net.
2012: Made her collegiate debut against Cornell (10/2) logging thirteen minutes...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Did not see any game action as a sophomore...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Did not see any game action as a freshman.
At John Jay: Named All-League and All-Section Honorable Mention...MVP and NYS Scholar Athlete award winner...ranked in the top five in goals-against average in 2009...ENY ODP North player...participated in the ODP Region 1 camp...racked up 138 saves and recorded 9 shutouts while setting two records, GAA and goals allowed...won a league championship...trained and participated in tournament play with the New York Magic women's team...plays club soccer for the Middlepath Hawks in the Region 1 Premier League...member of the golf team...won the sportsmanship Award in 2009...National Honor Society member...Special Olympics - Fundraising member...selected to represent JJHS at The Global Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C.
Why Lafayette? "I am truly honored and thrilled about playing soccer at Lafayette College. Everyone was so welcoming and I fell in love with the atmosphere and quality of the academics at Lafayette. I knew immediately, that Lafayette was the college for me."