Twenty-two Georgetown alumnae gathered at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday, April 14, to take on the current players.
Hoyas look to snap 11-game losing streak in final weekend of action.
The Hoyas host Syracuse at 3 p.m. on Friday.
After hosting the past four contests Georgetown plays on the road at UConn and Fairfield.
Georgetown's game with Rutgers is dedicated to Stick-it-to-Cancer and Sunday's contest with Cornell will be senior day.
GU Field Hockey v. Cornell Oct. 7, 2012
2011: Selected to preseason All-BIG EAST First Team...Started all 18 games at forward and led the team in goals (7), points (18), shots (60), and shots on goal (29)...Scored goals in four of the Hoyas first five games...Had one goal and one assist in each of the Hoyas early season wins at Lehigh (Sept. 2) and at Holy Cross (Sept. 10)...Scored GU's lone goal in a loss at No. 5 Syracuse.
2010: Started in all 17 games in which she played as a sophomore ... Led the team in points (32), goals (14), shots (53) and game-winning goals (5) and finished second in shots on goal (28) ... Averaged 3.12 shots and 0.82 goals per game, both team highs ... Ranked third in the BIG EAST in points, second in points per game and tied for second in goals ... Notched three scores in a game twice, a 6-1 win over Bryant on August 28 and a 4-3 win against Rutgers on October 1 ... Tallied a season-high seven points in the game against Bryant and six in the contest against Rutgers ... Had a season-best two assists in a 6-4 victory against La Salle on September 4 ... Registered a point in nine of Georgetown's 19 games.
High School: Shugrue, a three-year letterwinner in field hockey and two-year letterwinner in track, helped lead Episcopal to an Inter-Academic League Championship in 2008...Selected All Mainline first team and All-Southeastern Pennsylvania honorable mention...League champion in the 100m and 300m hurdles, helping set a school record in the 4x400 relay.