Two-time captain for the Witches ... Was inducted into the Salem High School Field Hockey Hall of Fame ... Two-time NEC all star ... Had her best game of the season against Revere, scoring one goal and chipping in with two assists ... Will study physical therapy and personal training in college ... Considers her biggest strengths as a player to be her leadership and how she supports her teammates .... Believes field hockey introduced her to what a team as family is both on and off the field.
Team captain for the Magicians ... Holds a 3.5 GPA ... Had her best individual performance in a game against Gloucester ... Has tremendous vision on the field finishing her senior campaign with 11 assists to go with one goal ... Northeastern Conference all-star ... Named the Marblehead Crown Athlete of the Month for September ... Says her head coach, Linda Rice Collins, helped fuel her passion for the sport.
Scored her first career hat trick in a game against Gloucester ... Northeastern Conference all-star ... Was the leading scorer for the Panthers this season ... Holds a 3.87 GPA and hopes to attend a four-year college, where she’ll major in marketing and hopes to play field hockey or run track ... Considers her biggest athletic influence to be her older brother Brendan for pushing her to be a better athlete.
Defensive anchor for the Tigers helped her squad hold opponents to just 0.50 goals per game this past season ... Finished with a goal and two assists ... Named to the All-Cape Ann League team ... Was the main option to take corners for Ipswich ... Considers her biggest strengths to be speed, versatility, stick skills and the ability to defend the sideline ... Applied early decision to Wesleyan College ... Helped shut down Weston in the Division 2 North quarterfinals ... Holds a 4.09 GPA and is in the top 10 percent of her class.