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
Junior nets a pair in double-overtime 2-2 tie
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.