Women's Soccer posted its first winning season since 2011
Three Leopards earned 4.00 grade-point averages during their fall semesters
Lafayette notches first winning season since 2011
Leopards solidify first winning season since 2011
Leopards fall in 103rd minute to Lehigh in Bethlehem
2015: Appeared in all 16 games and started 15 of them…scored two goals on the season with both coming against Saint Peter’s in a five-point showing on Aug. 30…assisted on a goal three times, with two of those assists coming in a 3-2 win on Sept. 3 and a 2-2 draw on Sept. 30…had eight shots with four on goal…third on the team in assists per game (.19) and points per game (.44).
2014: Made 17 appearances for the Leopards, starting in six...recorded two shots on goal
2013: Appeared in 14 games...registered one goal for two points...scored in 2-0 win at NJIT (9/8).
2012: Played in 14 games for the Leopards...made her first collegiate appearance against UMBC (8/17)...scored her first collegiate goal at Cornell (10/2)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
At Bishop Ireton: Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Honorable Mention selection and was awarded the women's soccer Cardinal Award...served as team captain and was a WCAC Second Team honoree as a senior...Prior to Bishop Ireton, Wissler atteneded Camp Lejeune High School...All-Conference selection and team captain as a freshman...named All-Conference and All-State, played in the Powerade All-Star Game and was named team MVP as a sophomore...broke the school record in the 800m dash...member of the Principal's list...earned the Margaret Scafatti Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement...part of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Daughter of John and Susan Wissler...born on May 16, 1994.
Why Lafayette? - Lafayette perfectly balanced everything I was looking for in a college. It has challenging academics, competitive Division I soccer and a close-knit feel in the campus community. I know Lafayette will push me to be my best.