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FIELD HOCKEY 8-TIME PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHT APPEARANCES


American Field Hockey By the Numbers 415:

All-time program wins

247:

Career points scored by Stacy Siu-Butt ’97 AU career record

185:

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selections since 2001

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Career wins for Head Coach Steve Jennings

149:

NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad honors since 2002

100:

All-Conference selections since 1991

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All-Region selections since 1993

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All-Patriot League selections since 2001

46: Consecutive victories versus Patriot League opponents (9/20/03 - 10/17/09)

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Patriot League major award winners

18:

NFHCA All-Americans

8:

Consecutive Patriot League Tournament Championships (2003-2010)

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Cumulative team GPA in 2011-12 Top GPA in Division I Field Hockey

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NCAA Elite Eight appearances

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ECAC Division I Players of the Year

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NFHCA Division I Coach of the Year


2013 Schedule August Sat. Fri.

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at Delaware (Scrimmage) at Richmond

12 p.m. 4 p.m.

September Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sat.

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at Old Dominion JAMES MADISON LONGWOOD vs. Miami (Ohio) (at Maryland) vs. Columbia (at Maryland) HOLY CROSS * WAKE FOREST at Boston U.

1 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

October Sat. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sun.

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at Colgate * LAFAYETTE * MARYLAND TOWSON CONNECTICUT BUCKNELL * WILLIAM & MARY

1 p.m. 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m.

November Sat. Fri. Sat. Tues. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sun.

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at Lehigh * 12 p.m. Patriot League Semifinals TBA Patriot League Finals TBA NCAA Play-In Game TBA NCAA First Round TBA NCAA Second Round TBA NCAA Final Four at Virginia Beach TBA NCAA Championship at Virginia Beach TBA

BOLD CAPS indicates home match * indicates Patriot League Opponent


2013 Field Hockey Quickfacts Location..................... Washington, D.C. Founded.........................................1893 Enrollment.....................................6,776 Nickname.................................... Eagles Colors.......................Red, White & Blue Affiliation.......................NCAA Division I Conference.....................Patriot League Home Turf................... William I. Jacobs ........................... Recreational Complex President........................ Dr. Neil Kerwin Director of Athletics............. Billy Walker

Table of Contents

Team Information Head Coach...................Steve Jennings Alma Mater...................... Maryland, ‘97 Record at AU................... 182-94 (.659) Years at American..............................14 Overall Record/Seasons...............Same Assoc. Head Coach............Sarah Thorn ................................................. Krombolz ..........................12th Season, Iowa, ‘01 Assistant Coach............. Barb Weinberg .............................1st Season, Iowa ‘05 2012 Overall Record.....................10-10 2012 Conference Record..................4-1 2012 Conference Finish...................2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost........16 / 5 Starters Returning/Lost...................9 / 2 Newcomers..........................................6 Field Hockey Phone.......(202) 885-3085

Athletics Communications Associate AD............... Nancy Yasharoff Phone............................(202) 531-0162 E-Mail.Nancy.Yasharoff@American.edu Assistant Director / FH Contact........................Katie Mattern Phone............................(202) 885-3030 E-Mail.............. Mattern@American.edu Assistant Director...... Mike Gambardella Phone............................(202) 885-3032 E-Mail.......... gambarde@American.edu Website...........................AUeagles.com Facebook.................... AU Field Hockey YouTube................ AmericanUnivEagles Twitter...................... @AU_FieldHockey

The American University field hockey team captured its eighth straight Patriot League Regular Season and Tournament Championships in 2010.

By the Numbers.......................... 1 2013 Schedule........................... 2 Table of Contents....................... 3 This is AU Field Hockey........4-17 Head Coach

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Steve Jennings....................18-19 Assistant Coaches...............20-21 2013 Season Preview.............. 22 2013 Roster.............................. 23 Student-Athlete Bios............24-31 2012 Review........................32-35

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All-Time Award Winners......36-37 All-Time Academic Awards....... 38 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes....................... 39 Career Records........................ 40

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Single-Season Records............ 41 Dr. Neil Kerwin, President........ 42 Billy Walker, Director of Athletics.................. 43 2013 Team Poster...............44-45

2010 Schedule

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Washington, D.C. The National Mall is usually the center of every visitor’s trip to Washington DC. This tree-lined area of parkland stretches two and a half miles from the Potomac River to the United States Capitol on Capitol Hill and is adjoined by the White House. At one end of the National Mall, known as West Potomac Park, the Lincoln Memorial faces the Reflecting Pool with a good view of Arlington Memorial Bridge, Constitution Gardens, the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument. Further towards Capitol Hill are a number of museums and galleries, among which are many of the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, and the Smithsonian Institution building.

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Area Attractions • Adams Morgan • Arlington National Cemetery • Cherry Blossom Festival • Chinatown • Dupont Circle • Embassy Row • FDR Memorial • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Ford’s Theatre • International Spy Museum • Jefferson Memorial • Kennedy Center • Library of Congress • Lincoln Memorial • National Archives • National Cathedral • National Gallery of Art • National Mall • Nationals Park • National Zoo • Newseum • Pentagon • Ronald Reagan Building • Smithsonian Institution • Supreme Court • U.S. Capitol • U.S. Mint • Union Station • Verizon Center • Vietnam Veterans Memorial • Washington Monument • White House

Area Pro Teams • D.C. United • Washington Capitals • Washington Nationals • Washington Redskins • Washington Wizards • Baltimore Orioles • Baltimore Ravens

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American University Situated within the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., American University’s traditional-style campus has much to offer students in the way of comfort, modern conveniences, and quick, easy access to city life. Our 84-acre, tree-lined campus, which was designated as a National Arboretum, is located at the top of Embassy Row in one of the most attractive, safe, and residential areas of our nation’s capital.

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General Enrollment Undergraduate.......... 6,783

The center of campus, also referred to as “the quad,” is a focal point of student life not only because our academic buildings line its grassy borders, but also because it’s a place to meet-and-greet with friends and student groups, catch an impromptu game of ultimate frisbee or take part in an after-class debrief with professors.

Graduate................... 3,391

Another favorite spot on campus is the beach volleyball pit located between the athletics fields. The adjacent grassy hillside is also a well known hangout for students on game days.

degree in their field

Law School................ 1,758 Avg. Class Size........... 22.4 Student-Faculty Ratio.. 12:1

Faculty Profile Full-Time Faculty.......... 798 Adjunct Faculty............. 565 94%

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Schools & Colleges

• American students were ranked the “5th Most Politically Active,” and the university is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review in the newly releases 2012 edition of its annual book, The Best 376 Colleges. • U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges 2011” ranked AU No. 79 among national universities.

• College of Arts & Sciences • Kogod School of Business • School of Communication • School of International Service • School of Public Affairs • Washington College of Law

Academic Resources • University Library • Law Library • Computer and Media Labs • Career Center • Courses on the Web • Center for Teaching, Research and Learning • Learning Resources • Blackboard • AU Experts Guide • University Colleges • Learning Communities

5 Most Popular Majors

• 85 percent of AU undergraduate students are placed in at least one internship or co-op by the American University Career Center before graduation.

• International Service • Business Administration • Journalism • Political Science/Government • Public Communication

• The career center welcomes more than 200 local and national employers to its job and internship fairs annually.

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Distinguished Alumni David Aldridge, SOC/BA ‘87 Sports Journalist, Philadelphia Inquirer/TNT Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/exec director, Smithsonian Museum for African American History and Culture Pat Butler, SOC/MA’96 VP, Washington Post Robert Byrd, WCL/JD ’63 U.S. Senator (D-WV) Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA’88 FOX News anchor Jack Cassell, SOC/BA ‘77 President-CEO, Visual Aids Electronics Corporation Chaturon Chaisang, CAS/MA ’87 Deputy prime minister, Thailand Randy Clouser, SPA/BS ‘80 Chief Marketing Officer, Zurich Financial Services Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA’82 President/COO, Goldman Sachs Loren Danielson, KSB/BSBA ‘80 Senior VP-Investments, RBC Andy Dolich, SPA/BA’69 COO, San Francisco 49ers David Drobis, SOC/MA ’65 Chair emeritus, Ketchum Bob Edwards, SOC/MA’72 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio Todd Epsten, SPA/BA ‘82 Chief Executive Officer, Major Brands Dean Factor, KSB/BSBA ’87 CEO and cofounder, Smashbox Cosmetics/ Smashbox Studios Betsy Fischer, SPA/BA ’92, SOC/MA ’96 Exec producer, NBC’s Meet the Press Darryl Frank, SOC/MA’91 Cohead, Dreamworks Television Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA’86 Exec VP, SonyBMG’s Epic Records Bryan Glazer, SOC/BA ’86 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joel Glazer, SPA/BA ’89 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Goff, SOC/BA ‘88 Sports Journalist, The Washington Post Jeff Greenberg, SOC/BA ‘87 Executive Producer, NBC4 Sports David Gregory, SIS/BA ’92 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Jack Haire, CAS/BA ‘74 Board of Directors, Balihoo Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, SPA/BA’92 Crown prince of Bahrain Patricia deStacy Harrison, CAS/BA ’68 President/CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Hubert Humphrey III, SPA/BA ’65 Minnesota attorney general (1984-2000), son of U.S. VP Hubert H. Humphrey Jesse Itzler, SPA/BA ’90 Cofounder, Marquis Jet William I Jacobs, WCL/JD ’66 Exec VP, Mastercard International Avery John, KSB/BSBA ’98 Professional soccer player, Miami Football Club Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ’78 Producer (films Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, and FOX TV’s Bones)

Robert Kogod KSB/BSBA ‘62

Lonnie Bunch CAS/BA ‘74

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld KSB/BSBA ‘88

Gary Cohn KSB/BSBA ‘82

Barry Levinson CAS/BA ‘67

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Bob Edwards SOC/MA ‘72

Tony Perkins SOC/BA ‘81

Andy Gershon KSB/BSBA ‘86

Willard Scott CAS/BA ‘55

Barry Josephson SPA/BA ‘78

Jan Scruggs SAC/BA ‘75

Cornelius Kerwin SPA/BA ‘71

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Jeffrey Sine SIS/BA ‘76

Jackie Judd, SOC/BA ’73 Emmy award winning former ABC correspondent Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ’62 Former chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty Al Koken, SGPA/BA ‘74 Comcast SportsNet, Host of Capitals Report and Wizards Report, ESPN 980, co-host of The John Thompson Show Margery Kraus, SPA/BA ’67, SPA/MA ’71 Founder/CEO, APCO Worldwide Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Alcatel-Lucent Barry Levinson, CAS/BA ’67 Film producer/writer/director (Diner, Tin Men, Avalon, Bugsy, Wag the Dog, Liberty Heights, Man of the Year) Charles Lydecker, SPA/BA ‘85 Executive Vice President, Brown & Brown, Inc. James McGovern, CAS/BA ’81, SPA/MPA ’84 U.S. Representative (D-MA) Alan Meltzer, SPA/ND ‘73 Founder and CEO, The Meltzer Group Nancy Meyers, SOC/BA ’70 Film producer/writer/director, What Women Want, Saving Private Ryan Keith Mitchell, CAS/PhD ’81 Prime minister of Grenada Robert Morton, SOC/BA’75 Emmy award winning writer, Late Night with David Letterman Mark Murphy, KSB/MBA ’83 President, Green Bay Packers Alice Paul, WCL/LLM ’27 American suffragist, original author, Equal Rights Amendment Tony Perkins, SOC/BA’81 FOX News weather and features reporter Joan Plaisted, SIS/BA ’67, SIS/MA ’69 Ambassador, U.S. Mission to the UN Andy Pollin, Host, The Sports Reporters Angie Reese-Hawkins, SOC/BA’79 CEO/president, National Capital YMCA Kathy Reichs, CAS/BA ’70 Author, Bare Bones, Déjà Dead; writer/producer FOX-TV’s Bones Steve Saferin, SOC/BA ‘70 President, Scientific Game Ventures Loretta Sanchez, KSB/MBA ’84 U.S. representative (D-CA) Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA’83 Executive VP, MCA Records Willard Scott, CAS/BA ’55 Former weather reporter, the Today Show Jan Scruggs, CAS/BA ’75, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/president, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Tom Shales, SOC/BA ’67 TV critic/reporter, The Washington Post Judy Sheindlin, SPA/BA’63 Host, Judge Judy Bud Shuster, CAS/PHD’69 U.S. Representative (R-PA) Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA’76 Vice chair, UBS Securities; Broadway producer (Spring Awakening; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Frozen; Caroline, or Change; La Bohème; and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) Billy Stone, SOC/BA ‘86, KSB/MBA ‘89 Producer/Development, CBS College Sports Ed Tapscott, WCL/JD ‘80 Director Player Development/Programs, Washington Wizards Abbi Tatton, SIS/MA ’00 Internet reporter, CNN Richard Ernest Thompson, CAS/BA’71 Playwright, On Golden Pond Frances Fragos Townsend, SPA/BA’82 CNN commentator; former assitant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security Kermit Washington, SIS/BA’73 Former NBA player, LA Lakers Bram Weinstein, SOC/BA ‘95 ESPN News, Anchor Douglas Wheeler, CAS/MA ’64 President emeritus, Washington Performing Arts Society Warner Wolf, SOC/BA ‘60 Radio & Television Sports Broadcaster Clark Woods, SOC/BA ‘78 President-Domestic Theatrical Distribution, MGM


In The Spotlight American University is located in the center of one of the largest media markets in the country, Washington, D.C. From television to radio, AU student-athletes gain exposure on both a local and national level. Each of the four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) has an affiliate in D.C. and can often be found on campus. Regional cable networks Comcast SportsNet and MASN also cover the Eagles throughout the year. National newspapers The Washington Post and Washington Times serve as AU’s hometown papers. USA Today is also headquartered just miles away from campus.

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Blue Crew The AU Blue Crew is American University’s student cheering section which creates a home court advantage for each of AU’s 16 Div. I athletics teams at all home events. Comprised of more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Blue Crew is the largest and most spirited student group on campus.

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Eagles Spirit The American University Spirit Program is comprised of a cheerleading and dance team and the AU Pep Band. The Spirit Program performs at all home men’s basketball games as well as select women’s basketball games and volleyball matches, keeping the energy level inside of Bender Arena high.

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Strength and Conditioning remains a major factor in the quest for athletic excellence. American University is committed to providing its student-athletes with the finest fitness and weight equipment available. Jacobs Fitness Center is located on the lower level of Bender Sports Center and houses the varsity weight room and cardiovascular training area. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Sean Foster and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Tolzman with each of the 16 varsity teams and makes himself available for individualized workouts for supplemental training.

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Athletic Training Five full-time athletic trainers are on staff to provide daily treatment and application of therapeutic modalities to the studentathletes and are led by head athletic trainer, Sean Dash. The athletic training staff is also available to provide evaluation, information on injury prevention and to administer rehabilitation, if necessary. AU also has two doctors, an orthopedic surgeon and general practitioner, on staff.

Sean Dash Head Athletic Trainer

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Academic Support The academic support program for student-athletes, a collaboration between the Academic Support Center and the Department of Athletics, assists studentathletes in successfully attaining academic goals and creating a balance between academics and athletics. The program serves to promote responsibility and initiative while encouraging studentathletes to take advantage of the rich resources offered at American University. Academic counselors work with student-athletes on skills needed for success in the classroom, and provide information about educational options, university and NCAA requirements, as well as policies and procedures. The program focuses on the development of the total person through individual meetings, study hall and tutoring, and life skills workshops. AU’s academic support program coordinates with faculty, advisors, and coaches to support each student-athlete.

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2012-13 Academic Highlights 3.29:

Combined student-athlete GPA during the 2012-13 academic year.

Student-athletes named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

Student-athletes made Dean’s List in either the fall or spring semester.

152:

74:

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Student-athletes earned a 4.0 grade point average in either the fall or spring semester.

Team Achievements:

• 14 field hockey student-athletes were named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad. • The lacrosse team posted the top GPA in Division I women’s lacrosse for the second consecutive year. It had a team cumulative GPA of 3.66. • The volleyball team earned an AVCA Team Academic Award for the 10th time.

Maureen Breslin, Coordinator of Academic Support, tutors a student-athlete in the Bender Library.


AU Highlights in the Patriot League 2001 – American University joins the Patriot League, becoming the eighth member of the 23 sport conference. 2003 – Field hockey wins its first PL Regular Season and Tournament Championship. Javiera Villagra was named as an All-America Second Team selection. Laura Miller earned PL Defensive Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. Camila Infante is named Rookie of the Year and head coach Steve Jennings is the Coach of the Year. 2004 – Head coach Steve Jennings is named the NFHCA Coach of the Year after leading the Eagles to their first

Team) and Irene Schickhardt (3rd Team) earn All-America status. Steve Jennings is named PL Coach of the Year and D. Infante is the Defensive Player of the Year. 2008 – Irene Schickhardt is named PL Scholar-Athlete of the Year, First Team All-America and PL Offensive Player of the Year. Christine Fingerhuth earns Third Team All-America honors while Anne-Meike de Wiljes is named PL Defensive Player of the Year. Steve Jennings and Tatum Dyer are named PL Coach of the Year and Rookie of the Year, respectively.

NCAA Elite Eight. Javiera Villagra and Camila Infante are named First and Second Team All-America, respectively. Infante is also named PL Offensive Player of the Year while Maggie Hall earns Rookie of the Year honors.

2010 - The Eagles win their eighth consecutive PL Regular Season and Tournament Championships. Christine Fingerhuth and Anne van Erp are named First and Third Team All-America, respectively. Fingerhuth is also named PL Offensive Player of the Year as Steve

2005 – Javiera Villagra (1st Team), Maureen Daniel (2nd Team), and Camila Infante (2nd Team) earn All-America status and Daniel is named the PL’s ScholarAthlete of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. Infante earns her second PL Offensive Player of the Year honor while Irene Schickhardt is named Rookie of the Year. American earned its second straight trip to the NCAA Elite Eight. 2006 – Heidi Hershberger was named Scholar-Athlete of the Year and First Team Academic All-America. Camila Infante (2nd Team), Denise Infante (2nd

Jennings earns his sixth consecutive Coach of the Year award.

Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Boston U., Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola (Md.) and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data.

2011- Tatum Dyer is named PL Defensive Player of the Year and Third Team All-America. Steve Jennings earns his seventh consecutive Coach of the Year award. 2012 - Gina Hofmann is recognized as the PL Defensive Player of the Year.

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2008 Beijing Olympics American University Head Field Hockey Coach Steve Jennings served as an assistant coach to the United States Women’s Field Hockey Team at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The team, which was comprised entirely of first-time Olympians, completed pool play in fourth place with a record of one win, one loss and three draws. They finished in eighth place overall at the 2008 Olympic Games. Jennings has also participated in the Olympics as an athlete, serving as the vice captain to the men’s field hockey team at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. 2008 Olympic Results Argentina T, 2-2 Japan T, 1-1 Germany L, 2-4 New Zealand W, 4-1 Great Britain T, 0-0 Spain L, 3-2 OT2

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2008 Beijing Olympics

Dr. David Higgins, American University Team Physician and member of the U.S. Olympic Committee medical staff

U.S. field hockey coaching staff

“The Olympic Games in Beijing were an incredible experience -- both as an opportunity to compete against the world’s best in the biggest arena sport has to offer and as a culmination of years of intense training and preparation. From the lighting of the Olympic torch in the Birds Nest to the atmosphere in the Olympic village to the daily chance to play and coach the game at its highest level, the games were a total thrill. While we did not leave China with a medal around our necks, an entire team without Olympic experience embraced the true spirit of the moment -- while other teams played it safe, we played to win -- each and every game. In the end, the team’s efforts made all of us, and hopefully an entire nation, proud.”

-- Steve Jennings

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Clash at the Capital American University hosted a five-game test series pitting USA Field Hockey against Argentina’s Las Leonas at Jacobs Field, May 13-19. American Head Coach Steve Jennings patrolled the sideline for the U.S., reassuming his role as an assistant coach with USA Field Hockey. Jennings has worked with the national team since 2002 and in 2008 was a member of the Olympic coaching staff. Eight members of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team competed in the test series, including team captains Carrie Lingo and Amy Tran, who is considered to be one of the top goalkeepers in the world. The U.S. roster also included Kayla Bashore, Rachel Dawson and Keli Smith. Las Leonas won the bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics and won the 2010 Women’s World Cup. Led by Luciana Aymar, who is widely considered to be the best player in the world, Las Leonas is currently ranked first in the ABN-AMRO World Hockey Team Rankings.

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Clash at the Capital “Hosting the USA and Argentina National Team at American was a phenomenal experience for the entire campus community. To have the best players in the world demonstrating how our sport can be played was a great thrill for the thousands of spectators that turned out to witness the test match series. In particular, the close proximity and access to these elite athletes gave inspiration to our team and all the many young women who found great role models to aspire to become.�

-- Steve Jennings

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Head Coach • 15th Season • Maryland ’97 • 182-94

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Steve Jennings has been a well-known figure in national and international field hockey for two decades both as a coach and player, including serving as a coach on the 2008 United States Olympic Field Hockey

Jennings is entering his 15th season as the head coach of AU’s women’s field hockey program, where he has amassed a 182-94 (.659) career record. Under Jennings’ leadership, the Eagles claimed an unprecedented eight consecutive Patriot League Championships and enjoyed a 46-game win streak against Patriot League opponents. Jennings has been named Patriot League Coach of the Year eight times.

Living the Olympic Dream Prior to the 2008 field hockey season, Jennings performed on field hockey’s grandest stage – the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. He served as assistant coach for the U.S. National Women’s Field Hockey Team, which captured eighth place in the event. Jennings helped guide the U.S. team to a 6-0 record in winning the Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Kazan, Russia. In the title match, the U.S. team defeated Belgium 3-1 to clinch a berth to Beijing. “Being involved in the Olympic team is such a tremendous honor – definitely a peak life experience that is hard to put into words,” Jennings said. “In the end, it meant getting a chance to see if you can be the absolute best and the power of being surrounded by people who have given literally everything they have to be there.”

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International Coaching Experience In addition to the Beijing Olympics, Jennings has assisted in two World Cups helping the U.S. in 2002 to a ninth place finish in Perth, Australia, and earning a sixth place finish in 2006 in Madrid, Spain. At the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jennings helped the U.S. earn a silver medal after falling to No. 2 world-ranked Argentina 4-2 in the title match. An international coaching career that began in 2000 has also seen him travel with the national program to Holland, Germany, New Zealand, India, Argentina, Chile, Japan, Bermuda, England and Italy. Following the conclusion of the 2012 season he was named the Head Coach of the U.S. Junior National Team, leading the squad through a four-test match series against New Zealand, four-nation tournament in Australia and the Junior World Cup in Germany. Jennings also holds a Level III coaching certification – the highest level for field hockey in the United States. In May 2008, he became the first U.S. citizen to be awarded the title of FIH Coach – High Performance after an FIH finals course held in conjunction with the Champions Trophy in Monchengladbach, Germany.

The Call to the Hall In 2012, Jennings added another accolade to his already storied career. He was inducted into the NFHCA

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American University Field Hockey Jennings’s Year-By-Year Record Year Record Conf. Record Postseason 1999 8-8 1-4 -2000 10-7 1-4 -2001 7-10 4-3 -2002 9-9 4-3 -2003 17-4 6-0 NCAA Tournament 2004 19-3 5-0 NCAA Elite Eight 2005 20-2 5-0 NCAA Elite Eight 2006 14-7 5-0 NCAA Tournament 2007 16-5 5-0 NCAA Play-In Game 2008 13-8 5-0 NCAA Tournament 2009 12-9 4-1 NCAA Tournament 2010 18-4 6-0 NCAA Tournament 2011 9-8 4-1 -2012 10-10 4-1 -Totals: 182-94 59-17 8 Postseason App.

Hall of Fame. “I am unbelievably humbled by this incredible and totally unexpected honor,” said Jennings. “More than anything I have great pride that American University--our program, staff and players both current and former will be represented by this special recognition--I know that I am the recipient because of their support, hard work and skill. The depth of my gratitude for all of the people who have made this distinction possible, from USA field hockey to AU to the Washington DC hockey community, is not something I can convey appropriately in words.” He has led American to seven NCAA tournament appearances in the last 10 years, two NCAA Elite Eight appearances in 2004 and 2005 and a No. 4 national ranking in 2005. Jennings is also a eighttime Patriot League Coach of the Year, two-time NFHCA Regional Coach of the Year and 2004 NFHCA Division I Coach of the Year.

Career Highlights • 16 NFHCA All-America selections since 2003 • 47 Players named AllRegion since 2003 • 7 NCAA tournament appearances in the last 10 years • 2 NCAA Elite Eight appearances (2004, 2005) • No. 4 national ranking in 2005 • 7 times in the past 10 years AU field hockey has finished in the top five of all D-I field hockey GPAs • 5 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year in the last 10 seasons • 9 of the last 10 years AU has led the league in selections to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. • 183 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selections since 2001 • Two-time NFHCA Regional Coach of the Year (2003, 2004) • 2004 NFHCA Division I Coach of the Year

Jennings has coached 16 NFHCA All-America selections since 2003. Jennings has also had 47 players named All-Region since 2003, 26 Patriot League Players of the Year, five Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year in the last 10 seasons and 183 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selections since 2001.

Nine Straight Regular Season Championships The Eagles earned their ninth consecutive Patriot League regular season championship in 2011, posting an overall record of 9-8 and a 4-1 record in conference play. American advanced to the Patriot League Semifinals where they fell to Bucknell, 3-2, after coming back from a two-goal deficit. In 2012, the team advanced to the Patriot League Championship where it lost 2-1 in overtime to No. 12 Lafayette after posting a record of 10-10 and a 4-1 mark in Patriot League. In addition to the team’s success, many of Jennings’ studentathletes took home individual honors for their efforts during the 2012 season. Senior Gina Hofmann was named the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year while freshman Julie Fosseprez was

18 NFHCA All-Americans

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American University Field Hockey recognized as the Rookie of the Year. Three Eagles also earned NFHCA All-MidAtlantic Region team honors. Hofmann and junior Shelly Montgomery were named to the First Team with junior Jaclyn Anspach being named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team. Under Jennings’ leadership, the Eagles have also consistently excelled in the classroom. The 2012 season was no exception, as Jennings’ squad was honored with a 2012 Gladiatory by SGI/NFHCA Division I National Academic Team Award for having a cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or higher. It marked the seventh consecutive year American was recognized nationally. Additionally, 14 American field hockey student-athletes were named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad, while 16 earned spots on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Three student-athletes were also named to the Academic AllPatriot League team.

Championship with a 6-2 victory over Lafayette. The Eagles went on to defeat Kent State 2-1 in the NCAA Play-In Game to earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament Round of 16, where they fell to Connecticut in a sudden victory penalty stroke off, 3-2. The season also saw two All-Americans, eight NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region selections, eight AllPatriot League selections and the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year award for senior Christine Fingerhuth.

Playing at the Highest Level Jennings also knows about playing field hockey himself. He was a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team from 1991 to 1999 and played in over 90 international test matches. He competed in two Pan American Games, winning the bronze in 1995 during the event held in Mar Del Plata, Argentina. The highlight of his playing career came in 1996 when he represented the United States in the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, where he served as the team’s vice captain and scored a goal against Argentina. Jennings is a native of Bethesda, Md. and attended Walter Johnson High School. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

2010: Another Patriot League Championship The 2010 season was another stellar campaign for Jennings’ Eagles as American claimed its eighth straight Patriot League

Steve Jennings with American University field hockey alumnae at his 2012 Hall of Fame induction

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American University Field Hockey sarah THORN KROMBOLZ Associate Head Coach • 13th Season • Iowa ’01

head coach in 2007.

Sarah Thorn Krombolz enters her 13th season with the American University field hockey squad. After serving as the team’s assistant coach for six seasons, Krombolz was promoted to associate

Krombolz has helped the Eagles to eight consecutive Patriot League Championships, nine straight Patriot League Regular Season Championships and back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances in 2004 and 2005. American has appeared in seven of the last 10 NCAA Tournaments. In January 2008, she received her U.S. Field Hockey Association Level II Coaching Certification.

Coaching Career Building on her stellar playing career at the University of Iowa, Krombolz works primarily with the defense and the goalkeepers, helping to strengthen one of the nation’s top defensive units. Under her tutelage, Denise Infante ‘08, garnered back-to-back All-America honors in 2006 and 2007 while Anne-Meike de Wiljes ‘10 was named an All-American in 2009 and Tatum Dyer ‘12 earned the honor in 2011. Since joining the Patriot League in 2001, American has earned nine conference defensive player of the year honors, with Gina Hofmann ‘12 receiving the award last season.

goals per game. The 2005 team achievedd national rankings as high as fourth in the country, eventually finishing the season sixth. During the 2010 season, Krombolz helped the Eagles rank fifth in the country with a 1.11 goals against average while ranking third in scoring margin (+2.45) and winning percentage (.818). Krombolz directed her own camp through Revolution Camps at local boarding schools, spreading her extensive knowledge and expertise to high schoolers. Krombolz also formerly served as the head coach and site director for the USFHA Futures Northern Virginia Site at American and spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the Maryland High Performance Team.

Playing Career As a four-year starter at Iowa, Krombolz was an All-America selection in 1999, a two time All-Region honoree (1998, 1999) and a three-time All-Big Ten selection. As a senior captain and the team’s co-MVP, Krombolz was named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team on the way to leading her squad to the 1999 NCAA Final Four. The Hawkeyes went 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the Big Ten on their home turf at Grant Field in that season, just one win away from matching the perfect 10-0 record set in 1992. Krombolz currently resides in Bethesda, Md., with her husband, Steve, and their three daughters, Hayden, Elle and Tatum.

In a memorable 2005 season, Krombolz helped American University’s defense rank seventh in the country in scoring defense, holding opponents to an average of 1.22

18 NFHCA All-Americans

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American University Field Hockey barb WEINBERG Assistant Coach • 1st Season • Iowa ’05

Barb Weinberg begins her first season as an assistant coach on Head Coach Steve Jennings’ coaching staff, focusing on the development of the goalkeepers. Weinberg came to American after serving as a volunteer assistant at the University of Maryland from 2010-2012, specializing in working with the goalkeeping unit. While at College Park, she helped lead the Terrapins to backto-back National Championships in 2010 and 2011. Weinberg graduated from the University of Iowa in 2005 with a degree in both psychology and health and sports studies. She was a two-time All-American for the Hawkeyes and carried a save percentage of .793 in her senior year. She led the Hawkeyes in saves from 20012004. Along with her collegiate playing and coaching careers, Weinberg was a member of the United States National Team from 2005-2010. In 2006, she played in the World Cup Qualifying tournament in Rome and the World Cup in Madrid. She has 12 international caps in her career. She was also an alternate goalkeeper for the U.S. National Team at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

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2013 Season Outlook The American University field hockey team has been selected second in the 2013 Patriot League Preseason Poll while senior Shelly Montgomery was named the Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, conference officials announced Thursday. “It is a great honor for Shelly that she was selected as the Patriot League’s Preseason Offensive Player of Year--she had a fabulous 2012 and we hope her performance this year will mark another step in her growth as a player and as a leader,” said Head Coach Steve Jennings. “We always know that any accolades and achievements for the team and our players will have to be won on the field and in the classroom and we are very excited about starting the 2013 campaign in just over a week!” The Eagles finished 10-10 last season, posting a 4-1 mark in Patriot League play. American advanced to the Patriot League Championship where it dropped a 2-1

Shelly Montgomery ’14 All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team All-Patriot League First Team

overtime contest to Lafayette.

American returns 16 players from last year’s squad, including 2013 Preseason AllPatriot League selections Jaclyn Anspach and Montgomery. Montgomery is the Eagles’ top returning scorer after registering a career-high 35 points on 16 goals, good for 18th in the nation, and three assists. She was named to both the NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team and All-Patriot League First Team at the end of last season. Anspach finished the year with a career-best 15 points, notching seven goals and one helper. The senior was recognized on the NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team and All-Patriot League Second Team. Rebecca Treharne will anchor American’s defense this season after being named to the All-Patriot League Second Team a year ago. The Eagles also return 2011 All-Patriot League Jaclyn Anspach ’14 All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team All-Patriot League Second Team

Second Team honoree Alex McMackin. American returns three goalkeepers for the 2013 season, seniors Stephanie Burry and Ashley

Dalisera and sophomore Kate McBeath. Dalisera started 19 contests a year ago and led the conference with three shutouts, ranking second with a 1.76 goals against average. Burry made four appearances in the cage, posting a 1.53 goals against average. The Eagles have welcomed six newcomers to its line-up who have added talent and depth to the roster at all levels. The recruiting class includes forwards Natalie Konerth and Katie Lonsky, midfielders Victoria De Kepper, Natalie Marsh and Grace Parke and defender Brielle Hartzell.

Rebecca Treharne ’15 All-Patriot League Second Team

18 NFHCA All-Americans

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Positional Breakdown

Forward................................Anspach, Lonsky ................................. McMackin, Rothenhoefer Forward/Midfield.................................Konerth Midfield....................................Atchison, Davis ...............................................DeKepper, Ikeda ......................................... Marsh, Montgomery .................................................Parke, Terwindt ...........................................................Treharne Midfield/Defense................. Hartzell, Mercado Defense.....................................Binzer, Wilson Goaltender...............................Burry, Dalisera ........................................................... McBeath

Class Breakdown Seniors (’14)............................Anspach, Burry ..........................................Dalisera, McMackin ..................................................... Montgomery Juniors (’15) ......................... Atchison, Binzer ................................... Rothenhoefer, Treharne ...............................................................Wilson Sophomores (’16)........................Davis, Ikeda .............................................. Lonsky, McBeath ............................................ Mercado, Terwindt Freshmen (’17).................. DeKepper, Hartzell .................................................Konerth, Marsh ................................................................Parke

Geographical Breakdown

Belgium........................................... DeKepper Kentucky.................................................Burry Maryland............................. Anspach, Dalisera .....................................Konerth, Rothenhoefer Michigan................................................Wilson Netherlands........................................ Terwindt New York................................................Parke Pennsylvania........................... Davis, Hartzell ................................................... Ikeda, Lonsky ............................................. Marsh, McMackin

2013 Roster No. Name 1 Erica Binzer 2 Victoria DeKepper 3 Grace Wilson 4 Grace Parke 6 Rebecca Treharne 9 Shelly Montgomery 11 Jaclyn Anspach 12 Emilie Ikeda 14 Carly Atchison 16 Bree Mercado 17 Isabel Terwindt 18 Alex McMackin 19 Brielle Hartzell 20 Jess Davis 23 Natalie Konerth 24 Natalie Marsh 25 Katie Lonsky 26 Kati Rothenhoefer 29 Stephanie Burry 36 Ashley Dalisera 66 Kate McBeath

Pos. D M D M M M F M M M/D M F M/D M F/M M F F GK GK GK

Year Hometown/High School Jr. Lorton, Va./South County Secondary School Fr. Lasne, Belgium/SASP Jr. Ann Arbor, Mich./Pioneer Fr. Pittsford, N.Y./Pittsford Mendon Jr. Llanelli, Wales/Gower College Sr. Fairfax, Va./Woodson Sr. Severna Park, Md./Severna Park So. Harleysville, Pa./North Penn Jr. Virginia Beach, Va./Frank W. Cox So. Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes So. Alpen aan den Rijn, Netherlands/Scala College Sr. Blue Bell, Pa./Gwynedd Mercy Academy Fr. West Chester, Pa./Unionville So. Selinsgrove, Pa./Selinsgrove Fr. Huntingtown, Md./The Madeira School Fr. Trappe, Pa./Perkiomen Valley So. Dingmans Ferry, Pa./Hartwick College Jr. Middletown, Md./Middletown Sr. Louisville, Ky./Assumption Sr. Millersville, Md./Severna Park So. Barhamsville, Va./Lafayette

Virginia.................................. Atchison, Binzer ........................................... McBeath, Mercado ..................................................... Montgomery Wales.................................................Treharne

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American University Field Hockey jaclyn

ANSPACH, #11

BURRY, #29

Senior • Forward

Senior • Goalkeeper

Severna Park, Md. Severna Park Major: Public Communication

Louisville, Ky. Assumption Major: Health Promotion

2012: NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team ... AllPatriot League Second Team ... Academic All-Patriot League Team ... Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... appeared and started in all 20 games ... registered 15 points on seven goals and one assist ... notched the game-winner against Central Michigan (9/16) ... tallied her first career hat trick at Lehigh (10/6) ... tallied back-to-back goals against Towson (10/14) and Colgate (10/20) ... notched an assist in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared and started in all 15 games … recorded a goal in three straight games against Temple (10/2), Holy Cross (10/8) and Colgate (10/15) … scored five goals and tallied 10 points during the season … recorded two game-winning goals … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, Academic All-Patriot League team and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2010: Appeared in all 22 games ... recorded career-high two goals against Connecticut in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/13) ... scored first career goal against New Hampshire (9/12) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. High School: Seven-year member of Spark Indoor Field Hockey Club … led team to National Indoor Tournament five consecutive years and the National Indoor Tournament U16 A Pool Championship in 2007 … captained varsity team senior year and led Severna Park to three consecutive Maryland State Championships from 2007-2009 … also helped her high school team win the Regional Championship from 2007-2009 … in 2009 was named Capitol Newspaper Player of the Week, All-County First Team, and All-State Second Team … took first place in AAU Junior Olympics in 2008 … Futures participant from 2006-2010 … helped team to National Futures Championship in 2008 and 2009 … U16 team took second place in 2008 at National Futures Championship … Futures Elite participant in 2010 … named the Severna Park Top Scholar-Athlete in 2007 and 2010 … member of the National Honor Society … named to the Honor Roll five-consecutive years. Year GP-GS G 2010 22-0 3 2011 15-15 5 2012 20-20 7 TOTAL 57-35 15

stephanie

A P 0 6 0 10 1 15 1 31

Sh 11 25 19 55

Sh% .273 .200 .368 .273

SOG SOG% GWG DSV 8 .727 0 0 16 .640 2 0 16 .842 2 0 40 .727 4 0

18 NFHCA All-Americans

2012: Appeared in four games with one start ... posted a 1.53 goals against average ... notched 10 saves on the year ... made four stops in her only start of the season against Monmouth (9/30) ... Patriot League Academic Honor selection. 2011: Appeared in 11 games, starting eight … ranked 17th in the nation with a 1.63 goals against average ... made 21 saves on the year ... named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week after recording back-to-back shutouts against Pennsylvania (9/2) and Princeton (9/4) … had a seasonhigh four saves at Lafayette (10/30) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2010: Made four appearances, including in the Patriot League Semifinal against Colgate ... registered one save against Lehigh (10/2) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad. High School: Three-year member of the Assumption High School field hockey team … three-time team captain … led her team to the 2009 Kentucky State Championship … named Wendy’s High School Heisman school representative as a senior … participated in the 2010 National Futures Championship … 2007 Coach’s Award recipient and 2009 Field Hockey Spirit Award recipient ... six-year member of International Field Hockey Club of Kentucky … two-year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse … member of National Honor Society … two-time Academic All-American … named to Principal’s List twice … graduated with a 3.89 GPA.

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA Svs. Save% W 2010 4-0 41:31 1 1.69 1 .500 0 2011 11-8 644:18 15 1.63 21 .583 3 2012 4-1 137:38 3 1.53 10 .769 2 TOTAL 19-9 823:27 19 1.62 32 .627 5

L Sho 0 0 6 2 0 0 6 2

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American University Field Hockey ashley

DALISERA, #36

#18

Senior • Goalkeeper

Senior • Forward

Millersville, Md. Severna Park Major: Political Science

Blue Bell, Pa. Gwynedd Mercy Academy Major: Public Communication

2012: Appeared and started in 19 games ... made 93 saves on the year with a save percentage of .738 ... ranked second in the Patriot League with a 1.76 for goals against average ... led the conference with three shutouts against Dartmouth (9/8), Holy Cross (10/13) and in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2) ... tallied a career-high 14 saves in American’s 2-1 overtime upset of No. 19 Massachusetts (9/9) ... also posted double-digit saves (11) at Colgate (10/20) ... named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week twice (9/10, 10/22) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared in nine games with eight starts … posted a 6-2 overall record this season ... recorded her first career shutout against Lehigh (10/1) … also had two shutouts against Holy Cross (10/8) and Georgetown (10/23) … tallied 30 saves and finished the season with a 1.48 goals against average … recorded a career-high eight saves against Maryland (10/16) ... two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the week … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2010: Made three appearances in goal as the team’s stroke specialist. High School: Seven-year member of Spark Indoor Field Hockey Club … led team to National Indoor Tournament five consecutive years and the National Indoor Tournament U16 A Pool Championship in 2007 … captained varsity team senior year and led Severna Park to three consecutive Maryland State Championships from 2007-2009 … also helped her high school team win the Regional Championship from 2007-2009 ... named All-State and All-County in 2009 … also played club lacrosse for four years … member of the National Honor Society, Honor Roll and Minds in Motion program. Year GP-GS Min. 2010 3-0 0:00 2011 9-8 569:26 2012 19-19 1312:18 TOTAL 31-27 1881:44

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alex McMACKIN,

GA 2 12 33 47

2012: Appeared and started in all 20 games this season ... posted 14 points on five goals and four assists ... tallied two goals, including the game-winner, against Dartmouth (9/8) ... notched two assists at Colgate (10/2) ... Preseason All-Patriot League selection ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: All-Patriot League Second Team … two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week … appeared in all 17 games, starting 16 … registered 18 points on eight goals and two assists on the year … scored a season-high two goals twice against Pennsylvania (9/2) and Georgetown (10/23) … netted the game-winning goal against Pennsylvania (9/2) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2010: Earned two Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on November 1 after scoring two goals against Lafayette (10/30) to help secure the regular season championship ... played in all 22 games ... registered 12 points (5G, 2A) ... scored the game-winning goal against Lafayette (10/3) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad. High School: Four-year member of the WC Eagles club field hockey program ... helped her team to three gold medals at the National Field Hockey Festival ... also helped the WC Eagles to a first-place finish at the 2010 National Indoor Tournament ... participated in the USFHA Futures Program as a junior and senior ... helped her high school, Gwynedd Mercy Academy, team to an appearance in the 2008 district tournament ... named an All-Academy Catholic Association All-Star and team captain as a senior ... led Gwynedd Mercy in scoring as both a junior and senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... earned Academic Honors all four years of high school ... also participated in Student Ambassadors, Peer Advisory League, Diversity Club and Glee Club.

GAA Svs. Save% W L Sho 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 1.48 30 .714 6 2 2 1.76 93 .738 8 10 3 1.75 123 .724 14 12 5

Year GP-GS G 2010 22-0 5 2011 17-16 8 2012 20-20 5 TOTAL 59-36 18

A P 2 12 2 18 4 14 8 44

Sh 13 24 19 56

Sh% .385 .333 .263 .321

SOG SOG% GWG DSV 8 .615 1 0 18 .750 1 0 12 .632 1 0 38 .679 3 0

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American University Field Hockey ATCHISON, #14

shelly MONTGOMERY, #9

carly

Senior • Midfield

Junior • Midfield

Fairfax, Va. Woodson Major: Health Promotion

Virginia Beach, Va. Frank W. Cox Major: Political Science

2012: NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team ... All-Patriot League First Team ... Academic All-Patriot League selection ... Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... appeared and started in all 20 games this season ... ranked second in the Patriot League with 35 points on a team-best 16 goals with three assists ... scored the game-winner to lead the team to a 2-1 upset of No. 19 Massachusetts in double-overtime (9/9) ... also scored the game-winners in American’s games against Monmouth (9/30) and Bucknell (10/27) ... notched a seasonhigh five points on two goals and one assist against Towson (10/14) ... named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week after notching a pair of goals against both Holy Cross (10/13) and Towson (10/14) ... tallied two goals in five games during the year, including in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2) ... Preseason All-Patriot League Team ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2012: Appeared and started in all 20 games ... scored goals against Dartmouth (9/8) and Lafayette (9/29) ... added two assists during the season, including in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared and started in all 17 games … held a .714 shot on goal percentage … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. High School: Named All-District, All-Region and All-State her senior year … member of three consecutive AAA Virginia State Champion teams from 2007-09 … served as field hockey team captain in 2010 and track captain in 2008.

2011: NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team … AllPatriot League Second Team … appeared and started in 15 games … registered 12 points during the season with four goals and four assists … tallied game-winning goals against Princeton (9/4) and Georgetown (10/23) ... scored goals in back-to-back games against Georgetown (10/23) and Lafayette (10/30) … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2010: Earned All-Mid-Atlantic Second Team and All-Patriot League Second Team honors ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on September 20 after scoring three goals against UMass and James Madison ... also named Rookie of the Week on October 25 following her two-goal performance versus Bucknell ... ranked third in the Patriot League in goals (10) ... recorded two goals against James Madison (9/19), Saint Joseph’s (9/26), Bucknell (10/23) and Colgate (11/5) ... registered 22 points (10G, 2A). High School: Three-year member of the Woodson High School field hockey team ... two-time Northern Regional Player of the Year ... 2009 Regional All-American and twotime Washington Post All-Metropolitan selection ... named team captain as a senior ... helped Woodson to a 20-4 record as a senior and the Maryland Northern Region Championship match ... also helped her team to the 2007 and 2008 Liberty District Championships and 2007 Northern Region Championship ... competed on the Rampage Platinum Club Team ... class council chairman from 2006-2010 ... captain of the Young Hearts program in 2008-09, benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Year GP-GS G 2010 20-3 10 2011 15-15 4 2012 20-20 16 TOTAL 55-38 30

A P Sh 2 22 32 4 12 41 3 35 56 9 69 129

Sh% .312 .098 .286 .233

SOG SOG% GWG DSV 21 .656 3 0 23 .561 2 0 33 .589 5 0 77 .597 10 0

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Year GP-GS G 2011 17-17 0 2012 20-20 2 TOTAL 37-37 2

A 0 2 2

P 0 6 6

Sh 7 6 13

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV .000 5 .714 0 0 .333 3 .500 0 0 .154 8 .615 0 0

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American University Field Hockey erica

BINZER, #1

rebecca

Junior • Defense

Junior • Midfield

Lorton, Va. South County Secondary Major: Health Promotion

Llanelli, Wales Gower College Major: Business Administration

2012: Appeared and started in two games ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared in 14 games with two starts … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. High School: Named First Team All-State and Second Team All-Met her senior year … team won the regional championship in 2008 … member of Rampage club team that placed second at the 2010 National Indoor Field Hockey Tournament … named Second Team All-Region for lacrosse in 2008.

Year GP-GS 2011 14-2 2012 2-2 TOTAL 16-4

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TREHARNE #6

P 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0

kati ROTHENHOEFER,

#26

Junior • Forward Middletown, Md. Middletown Major: Health Promotion

2012: All-Patriot League Second Team selection ... appeared in all 20 games, starting 18 ... tallied one goal at Lehigh (10/6) ... registered two assists this season against Richmond (8/24) and Towson (10/14) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 15 … scored first collegiate goal against Lehigh (10/1) ... registered two points on the year ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week (9/26). High School: Scored her first goal for Wales in international play at age 14 against Russia in the 2006 European U16 Championships … top goal scorer during the 2011 British Colleges Championships … named the Swansea Club team captain in 2010-11 … captain of the Wales U16 team in 2007.

2012: Appeared in all 20 games with 10 starts ... tallied 10 points on two goals and six assists during the year ... scored in back-to-back games against Towson (10/14) and Colgate (10/20) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection. 2011: Appeared in all 17 games, starting three … scored first career goal against Northwestern (9/11) … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad honoree. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner, including three All-League Championship seasons … named to the 2010 NFHCA Academic All-America team … recognized as First Team All-League in her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons … served as team captain for the 2010 season … All-State Honorable Mention in 2010 … has participated in the USA Field Hockey Futures Olympic Developmental Program since 2007 … also competed in high school lacrosse, for which she garnered First Team All-Area recognition. Year GP-GS G 2011 17-3 1 2012 20-10 2 TOTAL 37-13 3

30

A P 0 2 6 10 6 12

Sh 13 16 29

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV .077 7 .538 0 0 .125 12 .750 1 0 .103 19 .655 1 0

Year GP-GS G 2011 17-15 1 2012 20-18 1 TOTAL 37-33 2

A 0 2 2

P 2 4 6

Sh 22 11 33

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV .045 11 .500 0 0 .091 5 .455 0 0 .061 16 .485 0 0

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American University Field Hockey grace

WILSON, #3

emilie

IKEDA, #12

Junior • Midfield/Defense

Sophomore • Midfield

Ann Arbor, Mich. Pioneer Major: Biochemistry

Harleysville, Pa. North Penn Major: Broadcast Journalism

2012: Appeared in 16 games with 13 starts ... recorded an assist against Old Dominion (8/26) and James Madison (9/2) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2012: Appeared in all 20 games, starting 19 ... registered first collegiate point with an assist against No. 19 Massachusetts (9/9) ... named an NFHCA Scholar of Distinction ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2011: Appeared in 15 games, with five starts … registered seven points on two goals and three assists … named Patriot League Rookie of the Week after scoring her first collegiate goal and tallying one assist against Pennsylvania (9/2) … tallied a career-high three points twice against Pennsylvania (9/2) and Colgate (10/15) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

High School: Two-time First Team All-League recipient ... named First Team All-State in 2011 and Second Team AllState in 2010 ... named The Reporter Field Hockey Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... led team to fourth round in districts in 2010 and state playoffs in 2011 ... member of WC Eagles indoor team that won a 2011 Disney silver medal, 2011 NIT gold medal, 2011 Club Championships silver medal and 2012 NIT silver medal ... named North Penn team MVP in 2008, 2010, 2011 and was captain in her senior year ... also member of North Penn lacrosse team, which won the league championships from 2009-2011 ... earned All-League honorable mention ... played club indoor field hockey with We-R-One from 2008-2010 and WC Eagles from 2010-2012 and club lacrosse for the Ultimate and Aftershock from 2008-2010.

High School: Helped Pioneer High School to consecutive State Championships in 2008 and 2009, including an undefeated season in 2008 … named First Team All-State in 2009 and Best Offensive Player in 2007 … participated in USFHA Futures from 2006-2010 and the National Futures Tournament from 2006-2010 … named an Academic AllAmerican, selected to the Honor Roll four straight years and was also a member of the National Honor Society.

Year GP-GS G 2011 15-5 2 2012 16-13 0 TOTAL 31-18 2

A 3 2 5

P 7 2 9

Sh 6 0 6

jess

Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV .333 5 .833 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .333 5 .833 0 0

DAVIS, #20

Sophomore • Midfield Selinsgrove, Pa. Selinsgrove Major: Business 2012: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection ... did not compete due to injury. High School: Two-time First Team Heartland Athletic Conference and First Team Daily Item All-Star selection ... 2011 First Team All-State ... 2010 All-State honorable mention ... led team to four district and league championships ... team also led Selinsgrove High School to state runners-up in 2009, state quarterfinals in 2010 and state semifinalists in 2011, tallying the game-winning goal in the quarterfinals ... elected team captain in her senior year ... also ran track for four years ... broke a 32 year old school record in the 800 meter run ... helped team to district championships in 2009 and 2010.

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Year GP-GS G A P Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV 2012 20-19 0 1 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 TOTAL 20-19 0 1 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0

katie

LONSKY, #25

Sophomore • Forward Dingmans Ferry, Pa. Hartwick College Major: Undeclared Previous School: 2012 Rookie of the Year ... ranked second on the team in both goals and points. High School: 2011 All-New Jersey Prep selection ... earned four varsity letters in field hockey ... served as team captain in 2011 ... played club field hockey for the Kapow Club from 2009-2010 and Spirit Eagles in 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012 ... also earned a varsity letter in softball.

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American University Field Hockey kate

McBEATH, #66

isabel

TERWINDT, #17

Sophomore • Goalkeeper

Sophomore • Midfield

Barhamsville, Va. Lafayette Major: International Studies

Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands Scala College Major: Biology

2012: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I All-Academic Squad selection. High School: Earned All-District, All-Region and AllState honors during junior and senior seasons ... also named to Virginia Gazette All-Star Team in 2010 and 2011 and Daily Press All-Star Team in 2010 ... participated in Futures Elite from 2009-2012 ... led Focus Field Hockey club to 2010 Pool Winner at Festival and 2011 Pool Winner at NITs ... named team captain in 2011 ... also participated in basketball, soccer and swimming.

2012: Appeared in all 20 games, starting five ... registered her first collegiate goal in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2). High School: Played club field hockey in the Netherlands from 2002 to 2012.

Year GP-GS G A P Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV 2012 20-5 1 0 2 6 .167 4 .667 0 0 TOTAL 20-5 1 0 2 6 .167 4 .667 0 0

bree

MERCADO, #16

Sophomore • Midfield/Defense Virginia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes Major: Biology

victoria

De KEPPER, #2

Freshman • Midfield 2012: Appeared in four games this season ... registered one shot on goal in her first collegiate appearance at Michigan State (9/14). High School: Three-time Second Team-All District honoree ... earned three varsity letters in field hockey and served as team captain for three years ... was a member of the TCOYO travel field hockey team from 2009 to 2012 ... also played soccer and ran track in high school ... earned four varsity letters in soccer and played club soccer with the Beach FC Travel team from 2005 to 2009.

Lasne, Belgium SASP Major: Undeclared High School: Played for the U18 Belgian National Team this past year ... helped the U16 Belgian National Team to a silver medal at the 2012 Euro Cup.

Year GP-GS G A P Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWG DSV 2012 4-0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 TOTAL 4-0 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0

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American University Field Hockey brielle

HARTZELL, #19

natalie

MARSH, #24

Freshman • Midfield/Defense

Freshman • Midfield

West Chester, Pa. Unionville Major: Business Administration

Trappe, Pa. Perkiomen Valley Major: Health Promotion

High School: 2011 NFHCA Second Team regional honoree ... named All-League and All-Area in each of her final two seasons ... tallied 48 career goals and 29 career assists, leading the team during all four years of high school ... helped lead Unionville High School to the league championship, second in districts and the state round of 16 in her senior season ... earned four varsity letters in field hockey ... member of the Futures Elite for the last two years ... played club field hockey from 2007 to 2012 ... also ran track during the 2011-2012 season.

natalie

KONERTH, #23

High School: 2012 First Team All-PAC 10, Second Team All-Area and Second Team All-State ... helped lead her team to Districts in each of the last three seasons ... recorded 11 goals and 13 assists in her high school career ... earned four varsity letters in field hockey and three in lacrosse ... played club field hockey for X Calibur for three years.

grace

PARKE, #4

Freshman • Forward/Midfield

Freshman • Midfield

Huntingtown, Md. The Madeira School Major: Biochemistry

Pittsford, N.Y. Pittsford Mendon Major: Undeclared

High School: 2012 First Team All-State selection ... 2011 and 2012 All-Independent School League honoree ... led the Madeira School in goals and assists in each season ... played for the Calverton School from 2009-2010 ... named an AllCounty Honorable Mention in 2009 and 2010, and Offensive MVP in 2010 ... earned four varsity letters in field hockey ... participated in the 2012 National Futures Championship, serving as an alternate in 2011 ... played club field hockey for the Washington Wolves, earning a gold medal in 2011 and bronze medal in 2012 at the Disney Field Hockey Showcase.

18 NFHCA All-Americans

High School: 2012 Division II Player of the Year ... 2012 AllState selection ... two-time First Team All-County and twotime All-Greater Rochester honoree ... named a New York State Scholar-Athlete in each of her last three seasons and ... recognized as a National Scholar-Athlete in 2012 ... helped lead her team to the 2012 Divisional Championship with an undefeated regular season, giving up six goals all season ... also led team to the section finals in 2010 and 2011 ... earned three varsity letters in field hockey and three in track and field ... two-time First Team All County selection in track and field ... helped track team to Class A Section V Girls Championship and Class A County Championhip in 2011 ... also played club field hockey for the Rochester Blizzards for four years.

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American University Field Hockey

2012 Season Review • American finished second in the Patriot League with a 4-1 mark and advanced to the championship match for the ninth time in program history. The Eagles fell to No. 12 Lafayette, 2-1, in doubleovertime in the title match. • Senior Gina Hofmann became American’s seventh studentathlete in the past eight years to earn Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year honors. She was named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team and All-Patriot League First Team for the third consecutive season after leading the defensive effort for the Eagles throughout the year. Hofmann finished second on the team with 21 points on the year, tallying six goals and a team-high eight assists along with one defensive save. • Junior Shelly Montgomery was named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team and All-Patriot League First Team after leading American’s offense and ranking 18th in the country with 16 goals on the year. She also chipped in three assists to lead an offensive unit that ranked 33rd in the country for outscoring its opponent by 0.43 goals per game. Montgomery was honored for the third consecutive year, earning First Team honors for the first time in her career, and was named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team at the conclusion of the championship. • Junior Jaclyn Anspach was recognized on the All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team and All-Patriot League Second Team after tallying a career-best seven goals and one assist for 15 points on the year. She was also named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Year and posted her first career hat trick during the season against Lehigh. • Sophomore Rebecca Treharne earned All-Patriot League Second Team honors for the first time in her career, helping to anchor the American defense as it ranked 27th in the nation with its 1.74 goals against average. She also notched one goal and two assists during the season. • Freshman Julie Fosseprez was named the Patriot League Rookie of the Year, finishing sixth with eight assists on the year. She earned All-Patriot League Second Team honors as well and was a two-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week. • Junior goalkeeper Ashley Dalisera led the Patriot League in both save percentage (.738) and shutouts (3) last season. She finished second in the conference with a 1.76 goals against average and started 19 matches last season, racking up over 1312 minutes between the pipes. • American placed 14 student-athletes on the NFHCA National Academic Team while 16 Eagles were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Senior Gina Hofmann and juniors Jaclyn Anspach, Stephanie Burry and Alex McMackin were three-year honorees on both squads while Anspach, Hofmann and junior Shelly Montgomery earned Academic All-Patriot League Team nods.

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8 Patriot League Championships


American University Field Hockey 2012 Honors and Awards

2012 Patriot League Standings Team Lafayette* American Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross Lehigh

Conference W L Pct 5 0 1.000 4 1 .800 3 2 .600 2 3 .400 1 4 .200 0 5 .000

Overall W L 17 3 10 10 9 10 4 13 2 15 3 14

Jaclyn Anspach ’14 All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team All-Patriot League Second Team Academic All-Patriot League Patriot League All-Tournament Team

Pct .850 .500 .474 .235 .118 .176

Julie Fosseprez ’16 Patriot League Rookie of the Year All-Patriot League Second Team

* - Patriot League Tournament Champion

2012 Patriot League & NCAA Rankings

Gina Hofmann ’12 All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year

Patriot League Team Rankings Category Scoring Average Scoring Margin Shutouts Goals Against Average Goals Scored Per Game Goals Allowed Per Game Assists Penalty Corners

Rank 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 4

Shelly Montgomery ’14 2012 First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region

Rebecca Treharne ’15 2012 Second Team All-Patriot League

Patriot League Individual Rankings Category Points Goals Assists GAA Save % Shutouts

Player Shelly Montgomery Gina Hofmann Shelly Montgomery Jaclyn Anspach Gina Hofmann Julie Fosseprez Kati Rothenhoefer Ashley Dalisera Ashley Dalisera Ashley Dalisera

Rank 2 8 2 10 4 6 9 2 1 1

No. 35 21 16 7 9 8 6 1.76 .738 3

Rank 27 33 25 35 38 31

No. 1.74 +0.43 0.743 0.15 .500 1.90

Rank 29 18 34 28 24

No. 1.75 0.80 0.50 1.76 0.738

NCAA Team Rankings Category Goals Against Average Scoring Margin Save Percentage Shutouts Per Game Winning Percentage Assists Per Game

NCAA Individual Rankings Category Points Goals Assists GAA Save %

Player Shelly Montgomery Shelly Montgomery Julie Fosseprez Ashley Dalisera Ashley Dalisera

All-Patriot League First Team Academic All-Patriot League Patriot League All-Tournament Team

Gina Hofmann ’12 2012 First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region

No. 2.17 +0.43 3 1.74 2.25 1.80 1.90 6.45

Shelly Montgomery ’14 All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team All-Patriot League First Team Academic All-Patriot League Patriot League All-Tournament Team

Rebecca Treharne ’15 All-Patriot League Second Team

NFHCA National Academic Squad Jaclyn Anspach Carly Atchison Erica Binzer Ashley Dalisera Jess Davis Julie Fosseprez Gina Hofmann Emilie Ikeda Kate McBeath Alex McMackin Shelly Montgomery Kathleen Namey Kati Rothenhoefer Rebecca Treharne Grace Wilson

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Jaclyn Anspach ’14 2012 Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Jaclyn Anspach Carly Atchison Erica Binzer Stephanie Burry Ashley Dalisera Jess Davis Julie Fosseprez Gina Hofmann Emilie Ikeda Kate McBeath Alex McMackin Shelly Montgomery Kathleen Namey Kati Rothenhoefer Rebecca Treharne Grace Wilson

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American University Field Hockey

2012 Results Overall: 10-10 Date

Opponent

Conference: 4-1 Score

Home: 4-4

Rec.

Conf. Rec.

Away: 2-6

Neutral: 4-0

Attend

Goals

8/24.................... RICHMOND.........................L, 4-1.............. 0-1................ 0-0......................... 153.............................................................................Hofmann 8/26.................... #3 OLD DOMINION.............L, 2-1.............. 0-2................ 0-0......................... 307..............................................................................Winslow 8/31.................... #15 OHIO STATE................L, 2-0.............. 0-3................ 0-0......................... 243.......................................................................................... 9/2...................... at James Madison...............L, 2-1 (OT)...... 0-4................ 0-0......................... 195........................................................................... McMackin 9/8...................... vs. Dartmouth &...................W, 3-0............. 1-4................ 0-0......................... 818...................................................... McMackin (2), Atchison 9/9...................... vs. #19 Massachusetts &.....W, 2-1 (2OT)... 2-4................ 0-0......................... 683....................................................... Anspach, Montgomery 9/14.................... at #19 Michigan State $.......L, 3-2.............. 2-5................ 0-0......................... 259........................................................ Montgomery, Winslow 9/16.................... vs. Central Michigan $.........W, 2-1............. 3-5................ 0-0......................... 123....................................................... Anspach, Montgomery 9/23.................... at Quinnipiac........................L, 3-2.............. 3-6................ 0-0......................... 275........................................................ Montgomery, Winslow 9/29.................... LAFAYETTE *......................L, 4-1.............. 3-7................ 0-1......................... 538............................................................................. Atchison 9/30.................... MONMOUTH.......................W, 2-1............. 4-7................ 0-1......................... 262.......................................................Hofmann, Montgomery 10/6.................... at Lehigh *...........................W, 9-2............. 5-7................ 1-1......................... 219........................... Anspach (3), Montgomery (2), Hirschler, ................................................................................................................................................................................................... McMackin, Treharne, Hofmann 10/7.................... at #4 Princeton....................L, 2-0.............. 5-8................ 1-1......................... 486.......................................................................................... 10/13.................. HOLY CROSS *...................W, 2-0............. 6-8................ 2-1......................... 228..................................................................Montgomery (2) 10/14.................. TOWSON............................W, 6-2............. 7-8................ 2-1......................... 245......................... Montgomery (2), Rothenhoefer, Hirschler, .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Anspach, McMackin 10/20.................. at Colgate *..........................W, 4-1............. 8-8................ 3-1......................... 102.......................... Montgomery (2), Rothenhoefer, Anspach 10/22.................. at #6 Maryland.....................L, 3-0.............. 8-9................ 3-1......................... 414.......................................................................................... 10/27.................. BUCKNELL *.......................W, 2-1............. 9-9................ 4-1......................... 321.......................................................Hofmann, Montgomery 11/2..................... vs. Bucknell %.....................W, 4-0............. 10-9.............. 4-1......................... 218.................................. Montgomery (2), Terwindt, Hofmann 11/3..................... at Lafayette %......................L, 2-1 (OT)...... 10-10............ 4-1......................... 613.............................................................................Hofmann Attend. Dates Total Avg. * - Patriot League Match % - Patriot League Tournament & - Terrapin Invitational $ - MSU Invitational

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Total:

20

6702

Home:

9

2420

269

Away:

8

2563

320

Neutral:

3

1719

573

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2012 Statistics Overall Statistics Overall: 10-10

Conference: 4-1

Home: 4-4

Away: 2-6

Neutral: 4-0

|----------------------------------------------ATTACK----------------------------------------------|

No. Name

GP-GS

G

A

Pts

Sh

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

9

Montgomery, Shelly

20-20

16

3

35

56

.286

33

.589

5

0-0

0

5

Hofmann, Gina

20-20

6

8

20

64

.094

29

.453

0

0-0

1

11 Anspach, Jaclyn

20-20

7

1

15

19

.368

16

.842

2

0-0

0

18 McMackin, Alex

20-20

5

4

14

19

.263

12

.632

1

0-0

0

26 Rothenhoefer, Kati

20-10

2

6

10

16

.125

12

.750

1

0-0

0

8

Fosseprez, Julie

16-16

0

8

8

13

.000

6

.462

0

0-0

0

7

Winslow, Keelin

19-17

3

1

7

7

.429

6

.857

0

0-0

0

14 Atchison, Carly

20-20

2

2

6

6

.333

3

.500

0

0-0

0

4

Hirschler, Canon

19-0

2

0

4

12

.167

8

.667

1

0-0

0

6

Treharne, Rebecca

20-18

1

2

4

11

.091

5

.455

0

0-0

0

17 Terwindt, Isabel

20-5

1

0

2

6

.167

4

.667

0

0-0

0

3

16-13

0

2

2

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

12 Ikeda, Emilie

20-19

0

1

1

2

.000

2

1.000

0

0-0

0

16 Mercado, Bree

4-0

0

0

0

1

.000

1

1.000

0

0-0

0

36 Dalisera, Ashley

19-19

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

29 Burry, Stephanie

4-1

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

23 Namey, Kathleen

1-0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

2

McDugall, Claire

7-0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

1

Binzer, Erica

2-2

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0-0

0

Total

20

45

38

128

232

.194

137

.591

10

0-0

1

Opponents

20

36

30

102

238

.151

140

.588

10

1-2

3

Wilson, Grace

GW

PS-ATT

DSV

No. Name

GP-GS

|-------Goal Average-------| Min GA Avg

|----Saves----| Saves Pct

|------------------Record-----------------| W L T Sho

36 Dalisera, Ashley

19-19

1312:18

33

1.76

93

.738

8

10

0

3

218

29 Burry, Stephanie

4-1

137:38

3

1.53

10

.769

2

0

0

0

18

TM TEAM

0:00

0

0.00

1

1.000

0

0

0

0

0

Total

20

1449:56

36

1.74

104

.743

10

10

0

3

236

Opponents

20

1449:56

45

2.17

91

.669

10

10

0

3

232

GOALS BY PERIOD American Opponents

1st 21 14

2nd 23 20

OT 0 2

OT2 1 0

Total 45 36

PENALTY CORNERS American Opponents

SHOTS BY PERIOD American Opponents

1st 106 116

2nd 122 115

OT 3 6

OT2 1 1

Total 232 238

SAVES BY PERIOD American Opponents

1st 55 40

2nd 45 49

OT 3 2

OT2 1 0

Total 104 91

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

18 NFHCA All-Americans

1st 58 59

2nd 67 66

OT 3 4

OT2 1 0

Shots Faced

Total 129 129

AU OPP 2420 2563 9/269 8/320 3/573

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American University Field Hockey

All-Time Award Winners First Team All-America Christine Fingerhuth................... 2010 Irene Schickhardt....................... 2008 Denise Infante............................ 2007 Javiera Villagra.................2004, 2005 Stacey Siu-Butt........................... 1996

Ashley Dalisera......................... 2011 Kirstin Gebhart........................... 2010 Shelly Montgomery.................. 2011 Junior Pan-American Games Player of the Tournament Christine Fingerhuth................... 2008

NFHCA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year Steve Jennings...............2003, 2004 Anne Wilkinson........................... 1994

NFHCA National Coach of the Year Steve Jennings......................... 2004

Javiera Villagra ’06

Second Team All-America Anne-Meike de Wiljes................ 2009 Camila Infante........2004, 2005, 2006 Denise Infante............................ 2006 Maureen Daniel.......................... 2005 Javiera Villagra........................... 2003 Third Team All-America Tatum Dyer................................. 2011 Anne van Erp............................. 2010 Christine Fingerhuth................... 2008 Irene Schickhardt....................... 2006 Julie Behr .................................. 1995 ECAC Player of the Year Denise Infante............................ 2007 Camila Infante............................ 2005 ECAC Division I All-Star Tatum Dyer................................. 2011 Gina Hofmann............................ 2011 Laura Miller................................. 2003 Senior High Performance Team Tatum Dyer............. 2010, 2011, 2012 Jenn Bradley.............................. 2011 Junior High Performance Team Jenn Bradley.............................. 2010

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First Team All-Region Shelly Montgomery.................. 2012 Gina Hofmann........ 2010, 2011, 2012 Tatum Dyer................................. 2011 Christine Fingerhuth..2008, 2009, 2010 Anne van Erp............................. 2010 Hannah Weitzman...................... 2010 Anne-Meike de Wiljes......2008, 2009 Irene Schickhardt.....2006, 2007, 2008 Denise Infante........2005, 2006, 2007 Camila Infante*......................2003-06 Heidi Hershberger...................... 2006 Javiera Villagra.......2003, 2004, 2005 Maureen Daniel................2004, 2005 Magdalena Aguilar*...............1999-02 Jhoanna Savino.......................... 1998 Stacy Thomas............................ 1998 Virginia Casabo.......................... 1997 Stacey Siu-Butt........................... 1996 Abbey Stock............................... 1994 Michelle Kleiss............................ 1993 Rachel Schwolow....................... 1993 * denotes 4-time recipient

Second Team All-Region Jaclyn Anspach........................ 2012 Jenn Bradley.............................. 2011 Shelly Montgomery........ 2010, 2011 Tatum Dyer................................. 2010 Kirstin Gebhart.................2008, 2010 Lotte van de Mierop................... 2010 Savannah Graybill...................... 2009 Anne van Erp...................2008, 2009 Maggie Hall............2005, 2006, 2007 Christine Fingerhuth................... 2007 Allison Fayfich............................ 2005 Irene Schickhardt....................... 2005 Denise Infante............................ 2004 Heather Maranzano.................... 2004 Laura Miller................................. 2003 Angela Angeles.......................... 2000 Jhoanna Savino.......................... 1999 Jonnie Lees............1996, 1997, 1998 Virginia Casabo.......................... 1996

Camila Infante ’07

Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year Christine Fingerhuth.........2009, 2010 Irene Schickhardt....................... 2008 Camila Infante..................2004, 2005 Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year Gina Hofmann............................ 2012 Tatum Dyer................................. 2011 Anne-Meike de Wiljes......2008, 2009 Denise Infante..................2006, 2007 Maureen Daniel.......................... 2005 Laura Miller................................. 2003 Kate Finn.................................... 2002 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Julie Fosseprez.......................... 2012 Tatum Dyer................................. 2008 Irene Schickhardt....................... 2005 Maggie Hall................................ 2004 Camila Infante............................ 2003 Patriot League Tournament MVP Christine Fingerhuth.........2008, 2010 Denise Infante........2004, 2005, 2007 Camila Infante............................ 2006 Melissa Snyder........................... 2003 Patriot League Coach of the Year Steve Jennings....2003, 2005, 2006, ...........2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

8 Patriot League Championships


American University Field Hockey

All-Time Award Winners All-Patriot League First Team Shelly Montgomery.................. 2012 Gina Hofmann........ 2010, 2011, 2012 Jenn Bradley.............................. 2011 Tatum Dyer................................. 2011 Christine Fingerhuth..2008, 2009, 2010 Anne van Erp...................2009, 2010 Kirstin Gebhart........................... 2010 Anne-Meike de Wiljes......2008, 2009 Irene Schickhardt.....2006, 2007, 2008 Denise Infante..................2006, 2007 Maggie Hall................................ 2007 Camila Infante*......................2003-06 Javiera Villagra.......2003, 2004, 2005 Maureen Daniel................2004, 2005 Laura Miller................................. 2003 Magdalena Aguilar............2001, 2002 Kate Finn.................................... 2002 Karlijn Schellens......................... 2001 * denotes 4-time recipient

Irene Schickhardt....................... 2005 Heather Maranzano.................... 2004 Maureen Daniel.......................... 2003 Melissa Snyder........................... 2002

Abbey Stock.....................1992, 1994 Nicole Barrett.............................. 1992 Lauren Hegarty........................... 1991 Rachel Schwolow....................... 1991

Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year Magdalena Aguilar...................... 1999 Stacey Siu-Butt........................... 1994 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Co-MVP Stacey Siu-Butt........................... 1996 Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year Anne Wilkinson........................... 1994 All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team Magdalena Aguilar............1999, 2000 Jhoanna Savino................1998, 1999 Ana Pineyro................................ 1998 Stacy Thomas..................1997, 1998 Virginia Casabo.......................... 1997 Stacey Siu-Butt.......1994, 1995, 1996 Julie Behr...................................1996 Michelle Kleiss..................1992, 1993 Rachel Schwolow.............1992, 1993

Magdalena Aguilar ‘03

All-South Atlantic Conference Mirka Nemfakos......................... 1990 Rachel Schwolow....................... 1990 Jennifer Kaplan ...............1989, 1990 Lauren Hegarty........................... 1989 South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year Anne Wilkinson........................... 1990 Uruguay National Player of the Year Virginia Casabo.......................... 1997 All-South Atlantic Field Hockey / Lacrosse Team Cindy Christy.........................1985-87

Irene Schickhardt ’09

All-Patriot League Second Team Jaclyn Anspach........................ 2012 Julie Fosseprez.......................... 2012 Rebecca Treharne.................... 2012 Melissa Casale........................... 2011 Alex McMackin.......................... 2011 Shelly Montgomery........ 2010, 2011 Tatum Dyer.............2008, 2009, 2010 Constanza Palma....................... 2010 Lotte van de Mierop................... 2010 Savannah Graybill.... 2007, 2008, 2009 Alyssa Poorman.....2007, 2008, 2009 Kirstin Gebhart.................2008, 2009 Anne van Erp............................. 2008 Anne-Meike de Wiljes................ 2007 Maggie Hall............2004, 2005, 2006 Heidi Hershberger...................... 2006 Denise Infante..................2004, 2005

Stacey Siu-Butt ’97

All-Colonial Athletic Association Second Team Jhoanna Savino................1997, 2000 Sage Asteak.....................1996, 1999 Jonnie Lees............1996, 1997, 1998 Virginia Casabo................1995, 1997 Stacy Thomas............................ 1996 Julia Behr.........................1994, 1995 Stacy Stets................................. 1995

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Virginia Casabo ’98

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All-Time Academic Award Winners First Team Academic All-America Heidi Hershberger ..................... 2006

Heidi Hershberger ’07

Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year Irene Schickhardt....................... 2008 Heidi Hershberger...................... 2006 Maureen Daniel.......................... 2005 Laura Miller................................. 2003 Magdalena Aguilar...................... 2002 Academic All-District Heidi Hershberger...................... 2006 Barbara J. Reimann Postgraduate Scholarship Maggie Hall................................ 2008 Heidi Hershberger...................... 2007 Laura Miller................................. 2004 Jessica Reed.............................. 2002 NFHCA National Academic Squad Jaclyn Anspach.... 2010, 2011, 2012 Carly Atchison................ 2011, 2012 Lauren Bacon............................. 2005 Keelin Bannon............................ 2010 Emily Berlin............2002, 2003, 2004 Erica Binzer............................... 2012 Carly Boyce...........................2006-09 Jenn Bradley.................... 2010, 2011 Stephanie Burry.............. 2010, 2011 Rachel Carney.......................2006-09 Melissa Casale*..................... 2008-11 Kristen Collins........2003, 2004, 2005 Ashley Dalisera............... 2011, 2012 Maureen Daniel......2003, 2004, 2005 Leah Danoff......................2003, 2004 Jess Davis................................. 2012 Kelsey Davis............................... 2009 Anne-Meike de Wiljes...........2006-09 Natalie Ellenberger.. 2008, 2010, 2011 Christine Fingerhuth.........2009, 2010 Kate Finn.................................... 2002 Ashley Foley*........................2004-07 Julie Fosseprez.......................... 2012 Evan Fowler.....................2008, 2009 Keri Garman.....................2004, 2005

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Kirstin Gebhart*.................2007-2010 Shannon Goans*...................2002-05 Savannah Graybill.....................2006-09 Maggie Hall*..........................2004-07 Krysta Hankee..................2003, 2004 Emily Harwood........................... 2005 Hannah Hennighausen.. 2008, 2009, 2010 Heidi Hershberger*................2003-06 Gina Hofmann........ 2010, 2011, 2012 Emilie Ikeda............................... 2012 Alicia Krawitz....................2003, 2004 Jaclyn Krizovensky..................... 2010 Hope Mandel....................2002, 2003 Heather Maranzano*.............2002-05 Kate McBeath............................ 2012 Lauren McHale........................... 2009 Alex McMackin...... 2010, 2011, 2012 Laura Miller.......................2002, 2003 Sarah Millman..................2008, 2009 Shelly Montgomery........ 2011, 2012 Kathleen Namey......................... 2012 Constanza Palma....................... 2010 Alyssa Poorman......................... 2009 Jesika Pufnock.......2006, 2007, 2008 Erin Rock*.............................2003-06 Kati Rothenhoefer.......... 2011, 2012 Irene Schickhardt*.................2005-08 Erin Silliman.....................2002, 2003 Emily Smith......................2003, 2004 Melissa Snyder........................... 2003 Shelby Storosh........................... 2009 Emily Stovicek.......................2006-09 Sacha-Rae Teixeira.................... 2003 Rebecca Treharne.................... 2012 Katie Turner...........................2005-08 Lotte van de Mierop................... 2010 Anne van Erp*...................2007-2010 Javiera Villagra........................... 2005 Hannah Weitzman...2007, 2009, 2010 Grace Wilson.................. 2011, 2012 * denotes 4-time recipient

Academic All-Patriot League Team Jaclyn Anspach.............. 2011, 2012 Melissa Casale........................... 2011 Kirstin Gebhart........................... 2010 Gina Hofmann.................. 2011, 2012 Shelly Montgomery.................. 2012 Anne van Erp............................. 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Magdalena Aguilar............2001, 2002 Jaclyn Anspach.... 2010, 2011, 2012 Carly Atchison................ 2011, 2012 Elizabeth Augustine.................... 2001 Lauren Bacon............................. 2005 Keelin Bannon............................ 2010 Emily Berlin............2002, 2003, 2004 Erica Binzer..................... 2011, 2012 Carly Boyce*..........................2006-09 Jenn Bradley.......... 2009, 2010, 2011 Stephanie Burry.... 2010, 2011, 2012 Rachel Carney*.....................2006-09 Sara Carpenter.................2002, 2003 Melissa Casale*..................... 2008-11

Lindsay Carroll.................2004, 2005 Tiffany Carter..........2004, 2005, 2006 Kristen Collins........2003, 2004, 2005 Ashley Dalisera............... 2011, 2012 Maureen Daniel......2003, 2004, 2005 Leah Danoff............2002, 2003, 2004 Jess Davis................................. 2012 Kelsey Davis............................... 2009 Anne-Meike De Wiljes*.........2006-09 Tatum Dyer....................... 2010, 2011 Natalie Ellenberger.. 2008, 2010, 2011 Allison Fayfich........2004, 2005, 2006 Christine Fingerhuth.. 2008, 2009, 2010 Kate Finn.................................... 2002 Ashley Foley*........................2004-07 Julie Fosseprez.......................... 2012 Evan Fowler.....................2008, 2009 Keri Garman.....................2004, 2005 Kirstin Gebhart*.....................2007-10 Shannon Goans....................2002-05 Savannah Graybill*....................2006-09 Maggie Hall*..........................2004-07 Emily Harwood.................2005, 2006 Krysta Hankee..................2003, 2004 Hannah Henninghausen.... 2008, 2009, 2010

Megan Henry.............................. 2008 Heidi Hershberger*................2003-06 Gina Hofmann........ 2010, 2011, 2012 Emilie Ikeda............................... 2012 Denise Infante............................ 2007 Alicia Krawitz....................2003, 2004 Jaclyn Krizovensky...........2009, 2010 Hope Mandel....................2002, 2003 Heather Maranzano*.............2002-05 Kate McBeath............................ 2012 Lauren McHale........................... 2009 Alex McMackin...... 2010, 2011, 2012 Laura Miller.............2001, 2002, 2003 Sarah Millman..................2008, 2009 Shelly Montgomery........ 2011, 2012 Kathleen Namey......................... 2012 Constanza Palma....................... 2010 Alyssa Poorman...............2007, 2009 Jesika Pufnock.......2006, 2007, 2008 Lindsey Rice.....................2001, 2002 Erin Rock*.............................2003-06 Kati Rothenhoefer.......... 2011, 2012 Karlijn Schellens......................... 2001 Irene Schickhardt*.................2005-08 Erin Silliman............................... 2001 Emily Smith......................2003, 2004 Shay Smith................................. 2010 Melissa Snyder.................2001, 2002 Shelby Storosh........................... 2009 Emily Stovicek*......................2006-09 Sacha-Rae Teixeira..........2003, 2004 Rebecca Treharne.................... 2012 Katie Turner*.........................2005-08 Lotte van de Mierop................... 2010 Anne van Erp*............................2007-10 Javiera Villagra.................2004, 2005 Caroline Vo................................. 2005 Hannah Weitzman.. 2007, 2009, 2010 Grace Wilson.................. 2011, 2012 * denotes 4-time recipient

8 Patriot League Championships


American University Field Hockey

Patriot League Scholar-Athletes 2002: Magdalena Aguilar ’03 BA Sociology & Philosophy - 3.28 GPA Magdalena currently works for Child Helpline International based in the Netherlands as an advocate for children’s rights. She retired from playing field hockey in May 2012 after playing professionally for HDM in the Hague. 2003: Laura Miller ’04 BA Political Science - 3.58 GPA Laura currently works for the U.S. Department of State as the Foreign Service Life Skills Training Instructor. She is responsible for designing and delivering over 20 courses dedicated to preparing members of the foreign affairs community and their family members for life overseas. Prior to joining the State Department, Laura served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama from 2006-2009 were she taught entrepreneurial skills to youth by helping them start two small businesses, a school store and a school newspaper. 2005: Maureen Daniel ’06 BA Sociology - 3.51 GPA Maureen lives in New York City and works at Stelliam Investment Management. She lived in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2011 playing and coaching field hockey at HDM in the Hague and working for adidas International BV. From 2009 to 2010, Maureen was in residency at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., training with the U.S. national team full time. 2006: Heidi (Hershberger) Lewis ’06, ’08 BA International Studies - 3.81 GPA MA International Affairs with U.S. Foreign Policy Specialization - 3.71 Heidi has coached the club field hockey team at American for the past five years and holds a USAFH Level 2 coaching accreditation. Heidi volunteered with the Eagles this past spring and coached a U19 team at the USA Field Hockey National Futures Tournament. She also plays with the DCDragons club team. 2008: Irene Schickhardt ’08 BS Economics & International Studies with a Mathematics Minor - 3.506 Top Left: Magdalena Aguilar ’03 Top Right: Laura Miller ’04 Middle Left: Maureen Daniel ’06 Middle Right: Heidi Hershberger ’06 Bottom: Irene Schickhardt ’09

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Irene graduated with her postgraduate degree from Humboldt University in Berlin. She played for Berliner HC, the top program in Germany, and helped the team to the National Championship in 2010.

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American University Field Hockey

Career Records Career Point Leaders

No. Name Seasons GP G A Points 1. Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1994-96.......... 54.......... 103.........41.......... 247 2. Schickhardt, Irene........2005-08.......... 81.......... 50...........42.......... 142 3. Infante, Camila.............2003-06.......... 79.......... 49...........40.......... 138 4. Aguilar, Magdalena......1999-02.......... 68.......... 53...........19.......... 125 5. Casabo, Virginia...........1994-97.......... 77.......... 27...........65.......... 119 6. Fingerhuth, Christine.......2007-10.......... 81.......... 51...........13.......... 115 7. Asteak, Sage................1996-99.......... 74.......... 41...........32.......... 114 8. Infante, Denise.............2004-07.......... 75.......... 35...........30.......... 100 9. Graybill, Savannah.......2006-09.......... 83.......... 39...........12............ 90 10. Villagra, Javiera...........2003-05.......... 65.......... 41...........7.............. 89 11. Lees, Jonnie.................1995-98.......... 74.......... 26...........27............ 79 12. Savino, Jhoanna..........1997-99.......... 56.......... 32...........14............ 78 McCormick, Sue...........1979-82.......... 52.......... 31...........16............ 78 14. Hall, Maggie.................2004-07.......... 86.......... 36...........3.............. 75 15. Daniel, Maureen...........2002-05.......... 83.......... 25...........24............ 74 16. Hershberger, Heidi.......2003-06.......... 85.......... 33...........6.............. 72 17. Montgomery, Shelly...2010-12.......... 55.......... 30...........9.............. 69 18. Snyder, Melissa............2000-03.......... 60.......... 23...........14............ 60 19. de Wiljes, Anne-Meike.2006-09.......... 83.......... 15...........28............ 58 20. Hofmann, Gina.............2010-12.......... 58.......... 18...........20............ 56 Behr, Julia....................1993-96.......... 76.......... 6.............44............ 56 .

Career Assists Leaders No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Seasons GP Assists Casabo, Virginia...........1994-97.......................77............................. 65 Behr, Julia....................1993-96.......................76............................. 44 Schickhardt, Irene........2005-08.......................81............................. 42 Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1994-96.......................54............................. 41 Infante, Camila.............2003-06.......................79............................. 40 Asteak, Sage................1996-99.......................74............................. 32 Infante, Denise.............2004-07.......................75............................. 30 de Wiljes, Anne-Meike.2006-09.......................83............................. 28 Lees, Jonnie.................1995-98.......................74............................. 27 Maranzano, Heather....2002-05.......................83............................. 26

Top Left: Virginia Casabo ’98, 65 Career Assists Top Right: Camila Infante ’07, 138 Career Points

Career Goalkeeping

No. Player Seasons GS/GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% SO 1. Kleiss, Michelle.... 1992-93.... 31/30..... 2279... 49.... 1.52.... 255...839...... 8 2. Fritz, Carleen....... 1986......... ---.......... 2890... 103.. 2.57.... 420...803...... 1 3. Thomas, Stacy..... 1995-98.... 72/75..... 4981... 105.. 1.58.... 407...795.... 26 4. Miller, Laura......... 2000-03.... 48/50..... 4554... 79.... 1.58.... 280...780.... 16 5. Fayfich, Allison.... 2003-05.... 41/40..... 2712... 46.... 1.19.... 154...770...... 8 6. McDonnell, L....... 1999-01.... 33/34..... 2444... 93.... 2.73.... 247...726.... 10 7. Poorman, Alyssa.. 2006-09.... 66/62..... 4538... 97.... 1.50.... 223...697.... 19 * minimum 2000 minutes played

Top Left: Stacey Siu-Butt ’97, 247 Career Points Top Right: Christine Fingerhuth ’10, 51 Career Goals

Career Goals Leaders

No. Player Seasons GP Goals 1. Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1994-96.......................54........................... 103 2. Aguilar, Magdalena......1999-02.......................68............................. 53 3. Fingerhuth, Christine....2007-10.......................81............................. 51 4. Schickhardt, Irene........2005-08.......................81............................. 50 5. Infante, Camila.............2003-06.......................79............................. 49 6. Villagra, Javiera...........2003-05.......................65............................. 41 Asteak, Sage................1996-99.......................74............................. 41 8. Graybill, Savannah.......2006-09.......................83............................. 39 9. Hall, Maggie.................2004-07.......................86............................. 36 10. Infante, Denise.............2004-07.......................75............................. 35

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Top: Allison Fayfich ’06, 1.19 Career Goals Against Average

8 Patriot League Championships


American University Field Hockey

Single Game & Season Records Single-Season Points Leaders No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Season GP G A Points Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1996................ 18/18..... 41...........19.......... 101 Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1994................ 18/18..... 35...........12............ 82 Siu-Butt, Stacey...........1995................ 18/18..... 27...........10............ 64 Schickhardt, Irene........2008................ 21/20..... 17...........11............. 45 Infante, Camila.............2005................ 18/18..... 15...........15............ 45 Casabo, Virginia...........1996................ 21/21..... 10...........25............ 45 Asteak, Sage................1996................ 21/20..... 19...........2.............. 40 Savino, Jhoanna..........1998................ 20/20..... 18...........3.............. 39 Asteak, Sage................1998................ 20/17..... 11...........16............ 38 Fingerhuth, Christine....2010................ 22/22..... 17...........3.............. 37 Schickhardt, Irene........2005................ 20/20..... 13...........11............. 37 Infante, Camila.............2004................ 22/22..... 14...........9.............. 37 Snyder, Melissa............2003................ 21/21..... 15...........7.............. 37

5. 6. 9.

Asteak, Sage.......................................1998..................................... 16 Gebhart, Kirstin................................... 2010..................................... 15 Infante, Camila.................................... 2005..................................... 15 Casabo, Virginia.................................. 1997..................................... 15 Ellenberger, Natalie............................. 2010..................................... 13 Behr, Julia...........................................1995..................................... 13 Denise Infante..................................... 2007..................................... 13

Single-Season Goakeeping No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player Season GS/GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% SO Hardeschin, Kathy... 1983..... 12/12..... ------.... 22.... ---....... 192 .897...... 3 Borkoski, Karen.... 1980..... 15/15..... 1050... 13.... 0.87.... 110 .894...... 0 Kliess, Michelle.... 1993..... 17/16..... 1259... 25.... 1.39.... 195 .886...... 4 Kleiss, Michelle.... 1992..... 14/14..... 1020... 24.... 1.65.... 160 .870...... 4 Thomas, Stacy..... 1998..... 20/20..... 1433... 21.... 1.319.. 134 .865...... 7 Albanese, Katia.... 1994..... 18/18..... 1190... 15.... 0.88.... 91 .858...... 6

7. Miller, Laura......... 2003..... 21/21..... 1490... 22.... 1.03.... 114 .838.... 10 8. Fayfich, Allison..... 2004..... 22/22..... 1456... 21.... 1.01.... 95 .819...... 6 9. Fritz, Carleen....... 1987..... 21/21..... 1510... 54.... 2.5...... 227 .808...... 0 10. Thomas, Stacy..... 1996..... 18/18..... 1197... 27.... 1.58.... 111 .804...... 5 * minimum 900 minutes played

Team Single-Game Records

Most goals:................................................................... 12 vs. VCU, 11/8/96 ........................................................................12 vs. Immaculata, 10/15/69 Most assists: . ............................................................ 9 vs. Lehigh, 10/2/10 Largest margin of victory:............................................. 12 vs. VCU, 11/8/96 ........................................................................12 vs. Immaculata, 10/15/69

Top Left: Irene Schickhardt ’09, 45 Points in 2008 Top Right: Magdalena Aguilar ’03, 16 Goals in 1999

Single-Season Goals Leaders No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Player Season Goals Siu-Butt, Stacey.................................. 1996..................................... 41 Siu-Butt, Stacey.................................. 1994..................................... 35 Siu-Butt, Stacey.................................. 1995..................................... 27 Asteak, Sage....................................... 1996..................................... 19 Savino, Jhoanna................................. 1998..................................... 18 Fingerhuth, Christine........................... 2010..................................... 17 Schickhardt, Irene............................... 2008..................................... 17 Villagra, Javiera.................................. 2003..................................... 17 Aguilar, Magdalena............................. 1999..................................... 16 Montgomery, Shelly.......................... 2012..................................... 15 Infante, Camila.................................... 2005..................................... 15 Villagra, Javiera.................................. 2005..................................... 15 Hall, Maggie........................................ 2004..................................... 15 Snyder, Melissa................................... 2003..................................... 15 Aguilar, Magdalena............................. 2002..................................... 15

Individual Single-Game Records

Most goals: .................................... 6, Stacey Siu-Butt vs. Villanova, 9/1/96 ................................................ 6, Stacey Siu-Butt vs. St. Joseph’s, 9/29/96 ............................................................ 6, Stacey Siu-Butt vs. VCU, 9/23/94 Most assists:........................................ 4, Stacey Siu-Butt vs. VCU, 11/8/96 ...................................................... 4, Virginia Casabo vs. Louisville, 9/7/96 .......................................................4, Camila Infante vs. Lafayette, 11/7/04 Most points: ...................................... 14, Stacey Siu-Butt vs. VCU, 9/23/94 Most saves: ....................................28, Kathleen Pearce vs. ODU, 10/6/89

Single-Season Assists Leaders No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player Season Assists Casabo, Virginia.................................. 1996..................................... 25 Behr, Julia...........................................1996..................................... 24 Siu-Butt, Stacey.................................. 1996..................................... 19 Casabo, Virginia.................................. 1995..................................... 19

18 NFHCA All-Americans

Top Left: Julia Behr ’97, 24 Assists in 1996 Top Right: Jhoanna Savino ’00, 39 Points in 1998

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author of How Washington Works: The Executive’s Guide to Government. Dr. Kerwin is a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration; a former president of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration; and founding chair of the Section on Public Law and Administration of the American Society for Public Administration. He received degrees from American University (BA), the University of Rhode Island (MA in political science), and Johns Hopkins University (PhD in political science).

Dr. Neil Kerwin President, American University

Dr. Cornelius M. Kerwin became American University’s 14th president in September 2007. He leads an institution of about 13,000 students, 1,300 teaching and administrative faculty, and 2,500 staff in the nation’s capital; oversees a $548 million operating budget and $434 million endowment; and in 2010, led the $200 million capital campaign to a successful conclusion of more than $213 million raised. Dr. Kerwin joined AU in 1975 and holds a faculty appointment in the School of Public Affairs, Department of Public Administration. He was dean of the School of Public Affairs from 1988 to 1997; provost from 1997 to 2005; and acting—then interim—president of American University from 2005 to 2007. A nationally recognized specialist in public policy and the regulatory process, Dr. Kerwin is actively engaged in research and periodically teaches courses in administrative process, policy implementation, and American government. He founded AU’s Center for the Study of Rulemaking and is the author of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy and co-

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Dr. Kerwin is a member of the board of directors of the American Council on Education (ACE), the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), and the Greater Washington Board of Trade. He is the chair (academic year 20132014) of the Board of Trustees of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and chair of the Patriot League Council of Presidents. He was named a 2009 Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine in its January 2010 issue. He was also named to the inaugural Irish Education 100 List, compiled by the Irish Voice and comprised of the 100 most influential Irish educators at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Before retiring in 2007, Dr. Kerwin’s wife, Ann (BA 1971), was the director of Human Resources at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, one of the nation’s oldest museums.

President Kerwin particpates in the net cutting ceremony following the men’s basketball team’s 2008 Patriot League Championship


American University named Dr. William (Billy) Walker its 14th Director of Athletics and Recreation on February 28, 2013.

instructor, assistant wrestling coach, and director of the Fitness Testing and Evaluation Division. In 1993, he earned the Academy’s highest instructional award. In 2001, Walker was appointed “Billy Walker’s experiences, character by President Bush as the first and values are perfectly suited to build Permanent Professor of Athletics and upon AU’s record of success in athletic Physical Education. competition and in the classroom. We were impressed by his demonstrated A recognized expert in intercollegiate leadership as an administrator and his athletic issues, Walker has served as achievements as professor, department chair of the NCAA Division I Wrestling chair, and mentor of student-athletes,” Committee and is a member of the said Kerwin. “We were especially NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey struck by his belief that elite athletes Committee. An expert panelist for can also be elite scholars—a value we the U.S. Department of Education embrace at this university.” and a key participant in the merger between two lacrosse leagues, he At the Academy, Walker most recently also spearheaded the formation of the served as professor and head of the Western Wrestling Conference in 2005, Physical Education Department and and still serves as its commissioner. deputy director of athletics. He was responsible for day-to-day operations A command pilot with nearly 3,000 of the Academy’s athletic department, hours of helicopter flight time, Walker’s including 190 employees, 23 NCAA professional responsibilities have Division I Olympic sports, and a included deputy command of the 89th multifaceted program involving physical Operations Group, an organization of education, cadet fitness testing and 800 people responsible for directing evaluation, and an intramural program the safe transport of the President of for more than 4,000 cadets. the United States, Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries, members of “I’m tremendously honored to be Congress, foreign heads of state, and selected as American University’s next other dignitaries around the world. director of athletics and recreation. His roles at Andrews Air Force Base President Kerwin’s confidence in me also included commander of the 1st is truly humbling, and I can’t overstate Helicopter Squadron and experience as how appreciative I am. Everywhere a military assistant to the Presidential I’ve been on campus, I’ve met people Inaugural Committee. who are part of an integrated team of professionals. I’m thrilled to be joining A native of Wisconsin, Walker that team and I can’t wait to get to graduated from the United States Air work,” said Walker. Force Academy in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science. He earned a Master of Arts In his various appointments at the from California State University and his United States Air Force Academy, he doctorate in physical education and also served as a physical education sports administration at the University of Northern Colorado.

Billy Walker Director of Athletics and Recreation

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2013 Schedule August

September

Sat.

24

at Delaware (Scrimmage).....................12 p.m.

Sun.

1

at Old Dominion............................................1 p.m.

Fri.

30

at Richmond..................................................4 p.m.

Fri.

6

JAMES MADISON................................ 3 p.m.

Sun.

8

LONGWOOD........................................ 11 a.m.

Sat.

14

vs. Miami (Ohio)...........................................1 p.m.

Sun.

15

vs. Columbia................................................12 p.m.

Sat.

21

HOLY CROSS *.................................... 12 p.m.

Sun.

22

WAKE FOREST.................................... 1 p.m.

Sat.

28

at Boston U. *................................................1 p.m.

BOLD CAPS indicates home match * indicates Patriot League Opponent


October

November

Sat.

5

at Colgate *....................................................1 p.m.

Sat.

2

at Lehigh *....................................................12 p.m.

Sat.

12

LAFAYETTE *...................................... 11 a.m.

Fri.

8

Patriot League Semifinals...........................TBD

Sun.

13

MARYLAND.......................................... 2 p.m.

Sat.

9

Patriot League Championship.....................TBD

Fri.

18

TOWSON............................................... 3 p.m.

Tues.

12

NCAA Play-In Game.......................................TBD

Sun.

20

UCONN.................................................. 1 p.m.

Sat.

16

NCAA 1st Round............................................TBD

Sat.

26

BUCKNELL *....................................... 12 p.m.

Sun.

17

NCAA 2nd Round...........................................TBD

Sun.

27

WILLIAM & MARY............................... 2 p.m.

Fri.

22

NCAA Final Four (at ODU)..........................TBD

Sun.

24

NCAA Championship (at ODU).................TBD


WIN. LEARN. LEAD.

2013 American University Field Hockey Media Guide  

2013 American University Field Hockey Media Guide