Wildcats look to return to BIG EAST Tournament
13 members of the field hockey team named to the National Academic Squad and Erin Gorse earns Scholar of Distinction honor.
Villanova top BIG EAST rivals 5-3.
Wildcats drop 3-2 to Penn.
Villanova tops Rutgers 2-1 in conference battle.
2012: Started all 19 games at midfield ... notched an assist against Penn (Oct. 24) ... tallied a goal in a win against Rutgers (Sept. 29) ... scored two goals against Kent State (Sept. 15) ... notched an assist on the game-winning overtime goal against Central Michigan (Aug. 26).
2011: Made eighteen starts this season as a midfielder... Earned nine points for the season with three goals and three assists... Tallied two assists against Radford (Sept. 18), an individual game-high... Also arned an individual game-high of four shots at Penn (Sept. 21)... One of six players named to the NFHCA's National Academic Sqaud. BIG EAST Started in all six conference games... Netted one goal vs. Georgetown (Oct. 21).
2010: Appeared in 16 games while making 14 starts... Tallied one goal and one assist while taking 10 shots... Netted a goal vs. Georgetown (Oct. 22) and an assist vs. Providence (Oct. 9)... Named to the NHFCA National Academic Squad. BIG EAST: Appeared in all six conference matches, capturing three points.
2009: Started all 17 games as a freshman... Tallied two goals, three assists and seven points... Netted goals vs. Lehigh (Oct. 7) and St. Joseph's (Oct. 27)... Provided assists vs. Ball State (Sept. 5), Penn (Sept. 23) and Georgetown (Oct. 16)... Registered nine shots for the season... Named to the NHFCA National Academic Squad. BIG EAST: Started in all six conference matches... Captured one assist vs. Georgetown... Took three shots.
Hempfield: Lancaster Lebanon League Honorable Mention All-Section 2007...Lancaster Lebanon League First Team All-Section 2008 & 2009...Lancaster Lebanon League All-Star 2009...Pennsylvania First Team All-State 2009...Superior Honor Roll 2006-2009.
Personal: Born September 9, 1991 in Columbia, Pennsylvania... Youngest of two daughters of Tom and Deb Jackson...One sister, Molly (21)... Enrolled as a Communications major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.