Twenty-two Georgetown alumnae gathered at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday, April 14, to take on the current players.
2006: Started 14 games for the Hoyas before being sidelined with an injury .... Anchored the GU defense ... Scored her first of three penalty-shot goals in a 2-1 win over Robert Morris ... tallied four points in BIG EAST Conference play with two penalty-shot goals in a 5-3 loss at Syracuse on October 1.
2005: Started 14 games ... Scored three goals and three assists for nine points, second highest on the squad ... Scored a goal in the 3-2 overtime victory over Longwood ... Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal at Towson ... Posted an assist against St. Francis (Pa.) when the Hoyas won, 3-1.
2004: Saw action in 17 games ... Led the team in assists with two, one against Temple and the other against St. Francis (Pa.).
High School: A two-sport athlete in field hockey and lacrosse ... Captained her high school team in 2003 when she was a south region All-American ... Named the 2003 Baltimore City/County Player of the Year for field hockey ... Received first team All-Metro and all-state honors from 2001-03 ... A 2002 Junior Olympics gold medal winner ... A national scholar-athlete all four years ... Recipient of the 2004 Head Masters Award.
Personal: Born on May 15, 1986 in Baltimore, Maryland ... Daughter of Larry and Sharon Sheets ... Has one brother, Gavin, 10 ... Her father, Larry Sheets, was a Major League Baseball (MLB) player from 1984-93 for the Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners ... Majoring in government.
Sheets' Career Statistics