Graves-Brown named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll

Aliyah Graves-Brown was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after scoring two goals over the weekend for Georgetown.

Sept. 1, 2014

WASHINGTON - Georgetown University sophomore field hockey player Aliyah Graves-Brown (Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg Academy) was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on Monday .

She is the first GU player to earn the distinction since Sarah Butterfield (Bridgewater, N.J./ Oak Knoll), who was named to the Honor Roll last year the week of September 16.

Graves-Brown scored one goal for the Blue & Gray both during the season opening loss at the hands of Appalachian State on Friday and during the team's win against Davidson on Saturday afternoon. She also recorded two assists over the weekend.

The two goals scored over the weekend were the first of her career.

The sophomore forward currently leads the Hoyas with two goals, two assists and six points this season. Graves-Brown has started both games for GU.

The field hockey team takes the field this Sunday, Sept. 7 at noon, when they welcome Lock Haven to Multi-Sport Field. It is the program's first game on campus this season. Georgetown, led by first year head coach Shannon Soares and her staff, currently stands at 1-1.

 

 

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