Three Hoyas net goals against the Wildcats.
Hoyas look to snap 11-game losing streak in final weekend of action.
Georgetown builds an early 1-0 lead off a goal from senior Claire Mittermiller.
Georgetown will play its second conference foe of the season at Louisville.
The Hoyas post one of the top team GPA's in Division I field hockey.
GU Field Hockey v. Syracuse
2013:Appeared in all 18 games while starting in seven of them with one goal on the season (two points) and 12 shots, seven of which were on goal...Started her final home game as a member of Georgetown and registered three shots, two of which were on goal, against Villanova (11/2)...Started her third consecutive game at No. 1 Maryland (10/27)...Started her fifth game at No. 17 Temple where she registered one shot on goal (10/25)...Started her fourth game against Liberty (10/20)...Saw action against No. 2 Connecticut (10/18)...Played at Rutgers (10/12)...Participated at Old Dominion (10/6)...Had one shot on goal in the game against Saint Francis (10/4)...Made her third start of the season in the overtime win against Saint Louis (9/29)...Appeared and scored her first goal of the season against No. 16 Louisville; she took two shots on the day (9/28)...Participated and managed three shots, one of which was on goal, in the win against Holy Cross (9/22)...Appeared in the game at Providence (9/20)...Started her second game of the season against Cornell (9/15)...Saw action and managed one shot on goal at Lehigh (9/13)...Played in the road contest at Lock Haven (9/8)...Participated against Towson (9/6)...Saw action against Rider (9/1)...Started the first game of her senior year in the season-opener against Davidson (8/30).
2012:Saw action in 17 games, starting seven...Scored a goal against Lehigh and credited with an assist at Villanova.
2011:Played in 10 games during her sophomore season, seeing time at forward...Managed two shots on the season.
2010:Played in 10 total games, including two conference games on the road against Connecticut and Villanova ... Registered one shot in a home date against Richmond on October 3.
Before GU:Dempsey was a four-year letterwinner at Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, while serving as team captain her senior season...She also played for four years on varsity lacrosse as well as two years on the varsity basketball team...Honored with various awards: Joe Sestak Congressional District Scholar-Athlete Award, the All DEL CO (Delaware County) Honorable Mention in 2009 and the Most Improved Player honor in 2008...Member of the 2009 team which was runner-up in PIAA (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association) District I Championship...Scored the game-winner against rival Merion Mercy Academy in the semifinals...Her favorite book is The Great Gatsby.