This is the most under Head Coach Shannon Soares
Six seniors conclude their careers with most wins since 2005
Hoyas conclude 2016 season at La Salle on Sunday
FH: Georgetown 4, Longwood 2
2015: The junior appeared in 18 games, making the starting lineup in 16 competitions … Collected a goal and a defensive save on the season … Scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over La Salle on September 4 … Named to both the 2015-16 BIG EAST All-Academic Team and the Zag Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I National Academic Squad.
2014: Played in and started all 18 games as a junior for the Hoyas...took two shots, both of them on goal, for a shot on goal percentage of 1.00... The first came against Lock Haven on Sept. 7 and then second came versus Columbia on Sept. 28...led the team and BIG EAST Conference in defensive saves with five, was tied for ninth in Division I NCAA in the category, the five defensive saves are also tied for seventh all-time in Georgetown history.
2013: Participated in 13 contests on the season with one assist (one point) and one shot on goal...Came off the bench at No. 1 Maryland where she took her first shot on goal of the season (10/27)...Saw time at No. 17 Temple (10/25)...Participated against Liberty (10/20)...Played at Rutgers (10/12)...Saw action at Old Dominion (10/6)...Participated in the game against Saint Francis (10/4)...Saw action in the overtime win against Saint Louis (9/29)...Appeared in the game against No. 16 Louisville (9/28)...Saw action and tallied her first assist at Georgetown in win over Holy Cross (9/22)...Played at Providence (9/20)...Participated at Lehigh (9/13)...Played in the road contest at Lock Haven (9/8)...Saw action against Rider (9/1).
Before GU: A three-year letterwinner at Ann Arbor Pioneer, serving as captain her senior season (2012)... Played tennis and lacrosse for one year each... Played club ball for seven years with Pinnacle Field Hockey Club... Captain of the 2012 undefeated Michigan Field Hockey State Championship team, her team only allowed three goals against all season... Member of 2010 and 2011 State Championship Runner-Up teams... Won Best Defensive Players and the Supica Award for Spirit and Leadership as a senior... Earned Academic All State in 2012... Made the Nationals Futures Championship in 2010, 2011 and 2012.