Hoyas camp to be held from June 27-30
Annie Wilson was Georgetown's leader in points, goals and assists this season.
Briana Pereira made 14 saves in the loss
Hoyas to raise funds for cancer research with Stick-it-to-Cancer game Friday against Rutgers.
Catherine Shugrue credited with a goal and assist.
GU Field Hockey v. Syracuse
Tiffany Marsh was named the Head Coach of the Georgetown field hockey program on November 13, 2007 after serving as the Interim Head Coach during the 2007 season. Marsh was given the task of rebuilding a program transitioning into the BIG EAST Conference.
In her first full season on the Hilltop, Marsh was responsible from bringing in eight talented freshmen, who made up the core of the team. Prior to the 2009 season, Marsh added 12 more freshmen to the roster finally giving the program depth beyond their starters.
Prior to her stint at AU, Marsh graduated from the University of Maryland, where she helped the Terrapins to their fourth national title in program history in her senior campaign. As a senior forward with the Terps, Marsh earned her third-consecutive Second Team All-Region award after racking up 39 points on 12 goals and a team-high 15 assists. She was also named to the 2005 NCAA All-Tournament Team.
In four years with the Terrapins, Marsh accumulated 102 points while playing in 93 games, starting 80. In her senior season she started all 25 games for Maryland, surpassing her 100th point on an assist during the Terps regular season game against American at Jacobs Recreational Complex.
In 2004 she played in all but one game finishing the season scoring career-highs in goals and game-winning goals, with 13 and 3, respectively. In her fi rst two seasons she played in 46 games, starting 35, picking up a pair of game-winning goals and a total of 29 points.
She has also been active on the International scene, playing for the U.S. Under-19 team, Under-18 team and Under- 16 team. Marsh has also been involved in the National Futures program and was named to the USFHA EPTC Maryland Thundersticks.
The Marathon, N.Y. native, graduated in May 2006 with a degree in business and criminal justice. Marsh currently resides in Washington, D.C.