2015-2016 Fall Roster

No.
Name
Position
High School
Hometown
1 Elle Fitzgerald '19ForwardFalmouth High School Falmouth, Maine

Elle has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Fitzgerald played in 11 games for the Mules, scoring her first collegiate goal on three shots.

Before Colby:

Elle graduated from Falmouth High School, where she played field hockey and lacrosse. She was named the Falmouth Fall Female Athlete of the Year and earned all-conference and all-state honors.

3 Tori Brown '17BackMedfield High School Medfield, Mass.

Tori majors in Environmental Policy. She is a member of the Colby Cares About Kids program.

2015 season highlights: Brown played in 15 games for the Mules and had three shots from her defensive position. She was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad.

2014 season highlights: Brown started all 16 games at defense for the Mules in her sophomore season. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad and was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Brown played in every game and had her first collegiate assist in a big 5-0 victory over Trinity. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Tori played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse at Medfield High School. She was captain of her field hockey and ice hockey teams, on which she was recognized with the field hockey MVP and sportsmanship awards. Additionally, Tori was an ice hockey defensive MVP. Outside of sports, Tori was a member of the National Honors Society and the French Honors Society.

4 Kate Burkett '19MidfielderConvent of the Sacred Heart Larchmont, N.Y.

Kate is majoring in Mathematical Sciences.

2015 season highlights: Kate played in 14 games and had seven starts. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Kate graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart, where she played field hockey and lacrosse. She captained both teams her senior year, was a two-year lacrosse academic All-American and all-league in both sports.

5 Molly McGavick '18BackLincoln-Sudbury Regional HS Sudbury, Mass.

Molly is an Environmental Science major at Colby. She is a Violence Prevention mentor, a Colby Cares About Kids mentor, and a member of the Colby Dancers. In the summer, Molly works as a camp counselor.

2015 season highlights: McGavick played in back for the Mules in her second year with the team.

2014 season highlights: McGavick saw time in back in her first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Molly played field hockey and lacrosse at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. Molly was an LS Scholar and a member of the Cum Laude Society.

6 Kallie Hutchinson '19MidfielderYarmouth High School Pownal, Maine

Kallie is majoring in Biology (Neuroscience concentration) at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Hutchinson played in 11 games for the Mules in her first season, finishing the year with two goals, one assist, and eight shots.

Before Colby:

Kalle graduated from Yarmouth High School as a member of the field hockey, indoor track, and softball teams. She was a three-year all-academic selection and an all-state selection in field hockey her senior year.

7 Merrill Read '19MidfielderUniversity School Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wis.

Merrill is a Geology major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Read played in six games in her first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Merrill graduated from the University School of Milwaukee, where she was a member of the field hockey, soccer, and alpine ski teams. She was a two-year captain in all three sports and was an honor roll student throughout her four years in high school.

9 Erika Smith '18MidfielderSalem High School Salem, N.H.

Erika, who has a twin sister Danielle playing for Colby, is a Chemistry major and has a minor in Mathematics. She is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2015 season highlights: Smith played in 10 games for the Mules in her second year with the team, finishing the year with one goal on two shots. She was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Scholar of Distinction, was on the NFHCA National Academic Squad, and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Smith appeared in 15 games in her first season with the Mules and finished the year with one goal and one assist. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Erika played field hockey and lacrosse at Salem (N.H.) High School. She was a captain her senior year for both teams. Erika was valedictorian, a member of the National Honor Society, and a New Hampshire Scholar. She earned honors as a NHIAA Scholar-Athlete, 2012 Fall Female Scholar-Athlete, 2014 Spring Female Scholar-Athlete, 2013 Field Hockey Coaches’ Award, 2014 Lacrosse Coaches’ Award, Eagle Tribune Field Hockey All-Star, played in NH-VT Twin State Game, and was New Hampshire All-State First Team for field hockey.

10 Sarah Gaffney '19BackNashoba Regional High School Bolton, Mass.

Sarah has a double major in Education Studies (Human Development concentration) and Math Sciences (Statistics concentration). She also has a minor in Education.

2015 season highlights: Gaffney played in five games for the Mules, finishing the year with two shots. Sarah was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Sarah graduated from Nashoba Regional High School, where she was a member of the field hockey, indoor track, and softball teams. She was awarded the Richard Phelps Scholar-Athlete Award.

11 Caroline Ferguson '17MidfielderSt Pauls School Weston, Mass.

Caroline majors in Philosophy and minors in Managerial Economics. She is the Local News Editor for the Colby Echo and also works in Campus Life during the school year.

2015 season highlights: Ferguson played in 15 games for the Mules, scoring one goal and tallying two assists on 21 shots.

2014 season highlights: Ferguson played in 15 games for the Mules in her sophomore season, making nine starts. Caroline finished the season with one goal on eight shots.

2013 season highlights: Caroline played in all 15 games and scored her first two collegiate goals.

Before Colby:

Caroline played field hockey and lacrosse at St. Paul's School. Served as a captain for field hockey and earned the Coaches Award, Sawyer Field Hockey Award, and was a Greaves Medal winner. Caroline was an All-Independent School League (ISL) First Team selection.

12 Meredith Keenan '18ForwardImmaculate High School Sherman, Conn.

Meredith is a double major in Government and French Studies at Colby. She is a member of the Colby Leadership Academy, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, a Government Research Assistant, and a Mediocre a capella member.

2015-16 ice hockey season highlights: Keenan played in 24 games for the Mules and tallied her first collegiate goal against Southern Maine. She was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic team.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Keenan played in four games for the Mules, scoring one goal and recording two shots. She was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014-2015 ice hockey season highlights: Keenan played in five games in her first season, as injuries cut her year short.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Keenan finished with two goals in her first year while playing in the midfield. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Meredith graduated with Distinguished Honors from Immaculate High School, where she played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse. She earned all-state honors in field hockey. She was a National Honor Society member, a National Field Hockey Academic Team selection. Meredith was a two-time All-FCIAC ice hockey selection.

13 Misha Strage '16ForwardStaples High School Westport, Conn.

Misha double majors in Psychology and Sociology at Colby. She plays field hockey and competed in sprints and jumps for the women's indoor and outdoor track and field teams. In the summer of 2013, she interned at the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Strage played in 15 games for the Mules in her senior season, finishing the year with 10 goals, one assist, and 30 shots. Misha finished her career with 29 goals and 11 assists for 69 points. She was a Beta Chapter of Maine of Phi Beta Kappa honoree. Misha was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad for the fourth straight year. She also was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Strage played in all 16 games for the Mules in 2014, making 15 starts. Misha finished the season second on the team with eight goals, tied for the team lead with four assists, and also tallied two game-winning goals. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and made the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 outdoor track season highlights: Strage competed in the triple jump only in her sophomore season, finishing seventh at the Corsair Classic, fourth at the Bates Invitational, third at the Bowdoin Invitational, and eighth at the NESCAC Championships. She was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 indoor track season highlights: Strage competed in the triple jump only in her sophomore season, taking fourth at the Bates Invitational, third at the Bowdoin Invitational, and 10th at the Maine State Championships. She was on the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team.

2013 field hockey season highlights: Strage was second on the Mules in scoring with seven goals and six assists for 20 points. She had a .333 shot percentage (7-for-21) and had two game-winning goals. Misha had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win against Bates and had two goals in a 3-0 win over Williams. Strage was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

2013 outdoor track season highlights: Strage opened the season by finishing second in the 400 relay, second in the triple jump, 11th in the pole vault, and 18th in the 200 meters at the Jim Sheehan Memorial. Strage then took ninth in the 100 dash and third in the triple jump at the MIT Invitational. At the Bowdoin Invitational, Misha took second in the triple jump. Strage then concluded her season by taking 16th in the 100 dash and ninth in the triple jump at the NESCAC Championships, then finished 11th in the triple jump at the New England Division III Championships.

2013 indoor track season highlights: Strage opened the season at the Bates Invitational, taking third in the 800 relay, 14th in the 200 meters, and seventh in the triple jump. At the USM Invitational, Misha took second in the 800 relay and fifth in the triple jump. Strage finished her season at the Maine State Championships, taking second in the 800 relay and 10th in the triple jump.

2012 field hockey season highlights: Misha was fifth on the team in scoring with four goals for eight points. She had the first goal of the day in a 4-3 win against Bates. Strage was on the NFHCA National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Misha played field hockey, competed in track and field, and skied at Staples. Her father played ice hockey for Colby. Team MVP honors at Staples in 2011 for field hockey and offensive MVP for field hockey in 2010 and 2012. Misha was a captain for the field hockey and ski teams. Her field hockey team won an FCIAC conference title in 2012 and the ski team earned a state championship in the same year. Strage earned academic honors.

14 Holli Olson '19BackWoodstock Union High School Ludlow, Vt.

Holli is a Math Sciences (Statistics concentration) major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Olson saw limited playing time in her first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Holli graduated summa cum laude from Woodstock Union High School, where she was a member of the field hockey, alpine ski, and lacrosse teams. She was a two-year lacrosse captain and a senior captain for the field hockey team.

16 Kaleigh Hoffman '17BackChelmsford High School North Chelmsford, Mass.

Kaleigh is a Government and Spanish double major at Colby and works in the Alumni Center during the year. Kaleigh is also a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and a member of the Student Planning Board. She also throws javelin on the track and field teams at Colby.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Hoffman played in 12 games on defense for the Mules in her junior season. Kaleigh was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2015 outdoor track season highlights: Competing solely in the javelin for the second year, Hoffman finished 10th at the Jim Sheehan Memorial, third at the Colby Invitational, fifth at the Bowdoin Invitational, seventh at the NESCAC Championships, and 21st at the New England Division III Championships.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Hoffman was a player off the bench for the Mules on defense. She made the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 outdoor season highlights: Hoffman competed in three events for the Mules, taking eighth in the javelin and sixth in the long jump at the Bates Invitational, ninth in the javelin at the Bowdoin Invitational, and 11th in the javelin at the NESCAC Championships.

2013 field hockey season highlights: Hoffman played in back during her first year with the Mules. She was named a National Field Hockey Coaches Association Scholar of Distinction. Kaleigh also earned the NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad honor.

Before Colby:

Kaleigh played field hockey and competed in track and field at Chelmsford and captained both as a senior. She earned all-conference and scholar-athlete honors in field hockey.

17 McKayla Blanch '17ForwardLawrence Academy at Groton Tewksbury, Mass.

McKayla is an Art History and Psychology double major at Colby and serves as a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2016 indoor track season highlights: Blanch took third with the 4x400-meter relay team at the Maine State Championships, eighth at the Open New England Championships, and second at the ECAC Division III Championship. She was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic team.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Blanch played in 15 games for the Mules, finishing the season with four goals, one assist, and 16 shots. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2015 outdoor track season highlights: Blanch began her season at the Colby Invitational, taking fifth in the 200 meters, ninth in the 100 dash, second with the 400 relay team, and first with the 1,600 relay team. At the NESCAC Championships, Blanch helped the 1,600 relay take fifth. Blanch then finished the season by helping the 1,600 relay take fourth at the New England Division III Championships, seventh at the Open New England Championships, and third at the ECAC Championships.

2015 indoor track season highlights: Blanch and her teammates earned All-American honors for taking sixth in the 1,600-meter relay at the NCAA Division III Championships. She opened the season by taking eighth in the 400 meters and seventh in the 200 meters at the Bowdoin Invitational. At the Maine State Championships, Blanch took fourth with the 800 relay team and 10th in the 200 meters. At the New England Division III Championships, Blanch helped the 1,600 relay team take fourth and the 800 relay team take 11th. With the 1,600 relay team, Blanch took seventh at the Open New England Championships.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Blanch appeared in all 16 games for the Mules in 2014 and finished the season with eight goals and three assists. McKayla's goals placed her in a tie for second on the team in that category. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 outdoor track season highlights: Blanch earned All-NESCAC honors for helping the 1,600 relay team take third at the league meet. She also was All-New England after the 1,600 squad took second. Blanch also helped the 400 relay team finish ninth at the NE Division III meet. She opened the season at the Corsair Classic, taking ninth in the 100 dash, eighth in the 200 meters, sixth with the 1,600 relay, and second with the 400 relay. At the Bates Invitational, Blanch helped the 400 relay finish second, placed fourth in the 200 meters and fifth in the 400. At the Bowdoin Invitational, Blanch was a member of the winning 1,600 relay team, placed eighth in the 200 meters, and fourth in the 400.

2014 indoor track season highlights: Blanch opened the season by taking 10th in the 200 meters and 11th in the 60 dash at the Bowdoin Invitational. At the Maine State Championships, Blanch took first with the 800 relay team, seventh in the 55 dash, and 11th in the 200. Blanch concluded her season with the 800 relay team, taking ninth at the New England Division III Championships and 27th at the ECAC Championships.

2013 field hockey season highlights: McKayla played in all 15 games, had one start, and was fourth on the team in scoring with four goals and three assists for 11 points. She had assists in league wins against Williams and Hamilton.

Before Colby:

Blanch played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse at Lawrence Academy and captained all three as a senior She was a two-time team MVP and earned All-New England honors her senior year. McKayla was inducted into the Cum Laude Society in 2013. Blanch worked as a strength coach for Mike Boyles Strength and Conditioning during the summer of 2013.

18 Kelsey Poole '17BackThayer Academy Scituate, Mass.

Kelsey majors in Religious Studies and has a minor in Managerial Economics. She is a member of the Mediocre a cappella group and the Investment Club. Kelsey works in the Financial Services Office on campus.

2015 season highlights: Poole played in 14 games for the Mules in her junior season while playing defense.

2014 season highlights: Poole appeared in 10 games in 2014 in her first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Kelsey, a transfer from Bentley University, is a 2013 graduate of Thayer Academy. Kelsey was named to the Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Team and earned All-Independent School League honors twice for field hockey. Poole also competed in crew.

19* Hannah Hearn '17MidfielderHebron Academy Cornwall, N.Y.

Hannah is a Spanish major and a Colby Cares About Kids mentor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Hearn, a captain, played in 15 games for the Mules in the midfield. She finished the season with three assists.

2014 season highlights: Hearn started all 16 games for the Mules in 2014 and finished the season with one assist.

2013 season highlights: Hannah started all 15 games in the midfield in her first year and had two assists. She had an assist in a 3-0 win over Williams. Hearn was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III All-Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Hannah played field hockey and lacrosse at Hebron Academy. She was team MVP in field hockey as a junior, a two-time all-conference selection for field hockey, and earned all-conference honors once for lacrosse.

20 Becca Moore '18BackBuckingham Browne & Nichols Sc Concord, Mass.

Rebecca is a History major at Colby.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Moore played in 15 games for the Mules, finishing the year with one goal and one assist. She was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Rebecca appeared in three games for the Mules and earned three ground balls and three caused turnovers.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Moore appeared in 14 games for the Mules in 2014, finishing the year with one goal and one assist.

Before Colby:

Becca played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse at Buckingham Browne & Nichols. She was a captain for all three teams. Rebecca earned all-league field hockey honors in 2013 and lacrosse honorable mention in 2014. She earned the Nichols Prize in 2014 and Citation of Academic Honor in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

21 Danielle Smith '18BackSalem High School Salem, N.H.

Danielle is a Chemistry (Biochemistry concentration) major and a Mathematics minor at Colby. Her twin sister, Erika, is also a member of the field hockey team.

2015 season highlights: Smith saw limited time in her second season with the team. She was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Scholar of Distinction, was on the NFHCA National Academic Squad, and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Smith appeared in six games for the Mules in her first season with the team. She made the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Danielle played field hockey and lacrosse at Salem (N.H.) High School. Smith was New Hampshire All-State Second Team in 2012 for field hockey, NHIAA/NHADA Scholar-Athlete in 2014, and 2012 Salem High School Female Fall Scholar-Athlete.

22 Kat Restrepo '18BackColumbus Academy Columbus, Ohio

Kat has a double major in American Studies and Art History. She is a member of the Student Government Association, a Colby Cares About Kids mentor, the co-president of the Mediocre Acapella group, and a member of the Colby Leadership Academy.

2016 indoor track season highlights: Restrepo finished 15th in the weight throw at the Maine State Championships. She was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic team.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Restrepo played in 11 games for the Mules, she finished the season with four shots and her first collegiate goal as a defender. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Restrepo saw time in back in her first year for the Mules. She was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Kat played field hockey and lacrosse at Columbus Academy. She was field hockey captain and earned All-Ohio First Team field hockey honors. Kat was Academic All-Ohio and earned second team all-league lacrosse honors.

23 Anna Rudinski '19MidfielderChoate Rosemary Hall Morristown, N.J.

Anna is a Psychology (Neuroscience concentration) major at Colby.

2015-16 ice hockey season highlights: Rudinski played in 18 games for the Mules after missing some time due to injury, finishing her first season with one goal and two assists while playing defense.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Rudinski played in 14 games for the Mules and had one goal, five assists, and 21 shots.

Before Colby:

Anna graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall, where she played field hockey and ice hockey. She was a member of the dean's list at Choate.

24 Andriana Pena '19BackHolland Hall School Tulsa, Okla.

Andriana has not declared a major at Colby.

2016 indoor track season highlights: Pena competed in both the shot put and weight throw in her first season. In the shot put, she finished ninth at the USM Open, 14th at the Bates tri-meet, 11th at the Bates Invitational, and seventh at the Bowdoin Invitational. In the weight throw, Andriana finished eighth at the USM Open, 11th at the Bates tri-meet and the Bates Invitational, and seventh at the Bowdoin Invitational.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Pena played in eight games for the Mules in her first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Andriana graduated from Holland Hall School, where she was a member of the field hockey and track and field teams. She was a member of the Headmaster's Honor Roll.

25 Elizabeth Zusi '16BackKent Place School Summit, N.J.

Elizabeth is a Psychology major (Neuroscience concentration). She is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor and works with the Hardy Girls Healthy Women's Program.

2015 season highlights: Zusi played in 15 games for the Mules in her senior season on defense, finishing the year with two assists.

2014 season highlights: Zusi started in all 16 games on defense for the Mules in her junior season.

2013 season highlights: Zusi appeared in 14 games for the Mules in her sophomore season.

2012 season highlights: In her first year with the team, Zusi made two starts on defense.

Before Colby:

Elizabeth played field hockey, lacrosse, swam, and competed in track and field at Kent Place School. She was an AP Scholar with honors. Elizabeth was all-county in field hockey and earned the Pat Conley Athletic Award. Zusi worked at Try Can Mentoring.

26 Megan Fortier '16MidfielderFalmouth High School Falmouth, Maine

Megan double majors in Psychology and Education at Colby. She is a Student Athletic Advisory Committee member and works in the Harold Alfond Athletic Center.

2015-16 season highlights: Fortier played in 23 games for the Mules in her senior season, finishing with four goals and four assists.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Fortier played in 15 games for the Mules and led the team with 10 goals. She also recorded six assists. She became the all-time leading scorer in Colby history with 42 goals and 20 assists for 104 career points. Megan was on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association New England West Region squad for the fourth straight year and made the All-NESCAC Second Team.

2014-15 ice hockey season highlights: Fortier played in 24 games for the Mules and finished the season with six goals and seven assists. Her 13 points placed her as the third-leading scorer on the team and she had one game-winning goal.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Fortier earned National Field Hockey Coaches Association New England West Region Second Team honors. She played in all 16 games for the Mules in 2014, leading the team in goals scored (12), points (28), and shots on goal (23). Fortier also finished the season with three game-winning goals.

2013-14 ice hockey season highlights: Fortier was tied for fifth in the NESCAC in power play goals (five), tied for eighth in power play points (10), and was tied for 13th in scoring (13 goals, six assists, 19 points). She has led the Mules in scoring both of her seasons. She also had two game-winning goals.

2013 field hockey season highlights: Megan earned All-New England Small College Athletic Conference Second Team honors after leading Colby in scoring with 13 goals and three assists for 29 points. She also made the National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Region Team. She had four game-winning goals.

2012-13 ice hockey season highlights: Megan led the Mules in scoring with seven goals and nine assists in her first year with the Mules. She had one power play goal and one game-winning goal.

2012 field hockey season highlights: In her first year, Fortier earned All-NESCAC Second Team honors. She led the Mules in scoring with seven goals and six assists for 20 points. She had two game-winning scores.

Before Colby:

Megan played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse at Falmouth High School. She was Maine All-State in field hockey and ice hockey. Fortier earned All-West First Team honors in field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse. Maine Player of the Year in ice hockey and also played on a field hockey state title team in 2010. She was the Forecaster Winter Athlete of the Year in the 2011-12 season.

28 Riley Whitmyer '19GoalieHathaway Brown School Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Riley has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Whitmyer appeared in four games in goal for the Mules in her first season, making 13 saves.

Before Colby:

Rilley graduated from Hathaway Brown School, where she played field hockey and lacrosse. She was named to the All-Ohio Second Team, the recipient of the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award, and named the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Goalie of the Year.

29* Sarah Evans '16GoalieMilton Academy Cohasset, Mass.

Sarah majors in Economics and minors in Environmental Studies at Colby. She is a member of the Colby Cares About Kids program, the Colby Outing Club, and the Colby Leadership Academy. Sarah is also an assistant librarian in the Olin Science Library. Sarah is also a research assistant for professor Sandra Goff.

2015 field hockey season highlights: Evans played in 15 games for the Mules in goal, making 167 saves over the season. She was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Evans appeared in five games for the Mules in net, including one start. Sarah finished the season with a 5.34 goals against average. She was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 field hockey season highlights: Evans earned National Field Hockey Coaches Association New England West Region Second Team honors and was on the All-NESCAC Second Team. She played every minute for the Mules in goal in 2014. Evans finished the season with a save percentage of .834, third in the NESCAC, a goals against average of 1.55, and was third in the NESCAC with six shutouts. Sarah was on the NFHCA National Academic Squad and the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 lacrosse season highlights: Sarah appeared in two games for the Mules in goal in 2014, where she accumulated a 2.76 goals against average and a save percentage of .667. She was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 field hockey season highlights: Sarah had a dream season in 2013, earning National Field Hockey Coaches Association First Team All-American honors. She led NCAA Division III in save percentage (.860) and also led the NESCAC in fewest goals allowed (15). She had a 1.12 goals against average. Evans also earned NFHCA All-Region First Team and All-NESCAC First Team honors.

2013 lacrosse season highlights: Evans appeared in four games in goal for the Mules in her first year. Sarah finished the season with a 2.45 goals against average and a save percentage of .500.

2012 field hockey season highlights: Sarah saw action in four games during her first year with the Mules. She allowed just one goal in 105 minutes of play. Evans was on the NFHCA National All-Academic Squad.

Before Colby:

Sarah played field hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse at Milton Academy. She was an Independent School League Honorable Mention selection in field hockey.


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