The Princeton Field Hockey Team is the top team in the Ivy League The team has won the Ivy League championship for the last four years in a row. The team is made up of talented student-athletes who are committed to excellence both on and off the field. The team’s success is a result of their hard work dedication, and teamwork.
The 2018 Season
The 2018 Princeton field hockey team is the top team in the Ivy League The team is led by senior captain Maddy Pringle and junior goalkeeper Grace Baylis. The Tigers have won two Ivy League championships in the last three years and have made three consecutive trips to the NCAA tournament
This season, Princeton is off to a hot start with a 5-1 record. The team’s only loss came against No. 2 Duke, a game in which the Tigers played well and held their own against one of the best teams in the country. Princeton has wins over four ranked opponents, including a 3-2 win over then-No. 3 Penn State The Tigers are currently ranked No. 6 in the country and are expected to make a deep run in the NCAA Tournament this year.
The 2017 Season
The 2017 Princeton Field hockey season was one for the ages. The team captured the Ivy League title and went on to win the NCAA Division I National Championship finishing with a perfect 26-0 record. It was the program’s fourth national title and first since 2003.
Head coach Chris Dailey did an outstanding job leading her team to victory after victory. The team’s senior leaders, such as captain Abby Stackowicz and All-American Carlie Casey, were also instrumental in the team’s success.
The future looks bright for Princeton Field hockey With a wealth of young talent, the team is poised to continue its dominance of the Ivy League and compete for more National Championships in the years to come.
The 2016 Season
The 2016 season was a historic one for Princeton Field Hockey The team went undefeated in the Ivy League winning all seven of their conference games. They also had an impressive overall record of 16-3. This was good enough to earn them a spot in the NCAA tournament where they made it to the Elite Eight.
The team is coached by Lisa Miller, who is in her ninth season at Princeton. She has led the team to seven Ivy League titles, and her overall record at Princeton is 194-47.
The team is captained by senior Abby Gustafson, who is from Hingham, Massachusetts. Gustafson is a two-time Ivy League Player of the Year, and she was also named a First Team All-American by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association in 2016.
The team’s leading scorer is sophomore Christina Hathaway, who is from Rye, New York. Hathaway scored eighteen goals and had six assists during the 2016 season.
Other Key Players on the team include junior Annabeth Donovan (from Greenwich, Connecticut), sophomore Kelsey Koelzer (from Bethesda, Maryland), and freshman Maddie Peacock (from Moorestown, New Jersey).
The 2015 Season
The 2015 Princeton field hockey season was one for the ages. The team went undefeated in the Ivy League and made it to the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship game, where they narrowly lost to North Carolina
The team was led by senior captain Olivia Hompe, who was named the Ivy League Player of the Year and a First Team All-American. Hompe scored a team-high 19 goals and added eight assists during the season. Other key contributors included junior midfielder Katrinna Martin, who was named an All-Ivy Honorable Mention, and senior goalkeeper Ruth Sullivan, who was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year.
The team’s success was due in large part to their ability to score goals in bunches; they averaged 3.5 goals per game which was good for fourth in the nation. They also had a stingy defense, which only allowed 1.2 goals per game, good for sixth in the nation.
The 2015 season was a special one for the Princeton Field hockey program, and will be remembered for years to come.
The 2014 Season
The Princeton Field Hockey Team had an incredible 2014 season. They were the Top Team in the Ivy League and their hard work paid off with a spot in the NCAA tournament Unfortunately, they lost in the first round to eventual National Champion the University of North Carolina But this was still an amazing season for Princeton and we can’t wait to see what they’ll do in 2015!
The 2013 Season
The Princeton Field Hockey team had an excellent 2013 season, finishing with a record of 15-2-1 and winning the Ivy League title. The team was led by senior captains Katie Reinprecht and Michelle Cesan, who were both named to the All-Ivy League first team. Reinprecht was also named the Ivy League Player of the Year.
The team’s success was due in large part to its strong defense, which only allowed 17 goals in 18 games. Goalie Ashley Marks was named to the All-Ivy League second team, and she recorded nine shutouts on the season.
The Princeton Field hockey team will be looking to build on its success in the 2014 season.
The 2012 Season
The 2012 Princeton Field Hockey team had an impressive season, with a record of 15-3 overall and 6-1 in the Ivy League The team started the season strong, winning their first seven games. They suffered a few losses in the middle of the season, but came back to end the season on a high note with six straight wins. This included a win over Penn in the final game of the regular season which gave Princeton the Ivy League title.
The team went on to participate in the NCAA tournament where they made it to the Elite Eight before being defeated by eventual national champion Syracuse. The 2012 season was a great success for Princeton Field Hockey and they will be looking to build on that success in the future.
The 2011 Season
The 2011 Princeton Field Hockey team had a historic season. They won the Ivy League championship and finished the season with a record of 17-2. The team was led by senior captain Gabby Acker and junior goalkeeper Annie Forrester.
The 2010 Season
The 2010 Princeton field hockey team was the Ivy League champion. The team had a 12-2 record and won all seven of its Ivy League games. The team was led by seniors Katie Reinprecht and Michelle Cesan. Reinprecht was the Ivy league player of the Year and Cesan was the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year.