Senior has earned all-conference honors in each of the last three seasons
Six seniors conclude their careers with most wins since 2005
Twenty-two Georgetown alumnae gathered at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday, April 14, to take on the current players.
Annie Wilson was Georgetown's leader in points, goals and assists this season.
Three Hoyas net goals against the Wildcats.
GU Field Hockey v. Cornell Oct. 7, 2012
2011: Started 17 games for GU at forward...Named to BIG EAST Second Team...Finished second on the team with 11 points, including five goals and one assist...Scored two goals, including the game-winner in GU's 3-2 overtime win at Lehigh...Scored a goal in a 4-2 win at Holy Cross on Sept. 10...Assisted the game-winning goal in season-finale win at Providence on Oct. 29.
2010: Started all 19 games her sophomore season ... Tied for the team lead in assists (8) and was third in goals (5) ... Her eight assists tied for fourth in the BIG EAST and is tied for ninth in GU single season history ... Her 18 points ranks tied for 29th all time at GU...Had a season-high six points on two goals and two assists in a 6-4 win over La Salle on September 4 ... Scored four goals in the first three games of the season, all Hoya victories ... Notched two assists in the game against La Salle as well as a 5-1 victory over Lehigh on September 11 ... Led the team in shots on goal (29) ... Tallied multiple points six of Georgetown's first seven games.
2009: Started all 20 games at forward during her freshman season...Tied for fourth on the team in points with six, including two goals and two assists...Scored her first career goal in a 3-2 win over Rutgers on Sept. 25...Had an assist in 3-2 overtime win over Radford in season-finale on Nov. 1.
High School: Wilson, a three-year letterwinner in field hockey and four-year letterwinner in tennis, earned first team all-state and all-conference honors in field hockey in 2008...Was named the most valuable player of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference championship game in 2008...Named Top 5 Connecticut Players to Watch by the Hartford Courant...Helped guide Darien to back-to-back state, conference and division championships in 2007 and 2008.