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Talia Schenck had always figured to be a popular person among college field hockey coaches. A junior at Lawrence High School, Schenck set school single season and career scoring records as a freshman and sophomore. She ranks as one of 50 best players in her class nationwide. In 2019, she will finish 15 in the nation in goals score. She is a member of the National teams U16 Futures program. She has won Mercer County player of year, along with every other individual honor at local level. Coming into the final half of her high school career, Schenck surely expected to receive some attention from college coaches wanting her to continue her athletic and academic career at their schools. But what happened on June 15 even took Schenck by surprise. The NCAAthe, governing body for most college athletics programs-imposes restrictions on when and how its coaches can recruit high school students. In 2020, for the first time, coaches could not contact potential recruits until after June 15 of students ' sophomore year. For Schenck, that was June 15 of this year, and not even a minute had expired before the first email arrive. Ultimately, 30 schools contacted Schenck, remarkable number, especially when considering only 78 colleges have Division I Field Hockey teams. One coach, when I was little overwhelmed, she said to me, Take this as a compliment because someone wanting you to join their family is the biggest compliment they could give you. Schenck say. So, it was just really, really, really exciting. Two months later, on Aug. 19, Schenck closed her recruitment by committing to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Schenck loves the campus and the coaching staff at Cornell, as well as the fact the university has one of the best animal science programs in the country. She intends to major in animal science / pre-veterinary. She picked Cornell from a final list that also includes Top 30 teams Princeton, UConn, Syracuse,. Josephs, Penn State, Rutgers and Monmouth. Some college-bound high school students wont make a decision on where theyll go to school until March or April of their senior year, after months of deliberation. But to Schenck, nine weeks between opening and closing recruitment process was long enough. She is glad she will be able to spend the last two years of High School focusing on what she love: Field Hockey. Being able to use something that I love doing as a way to help my future beyond field hockey is just a blessing, Schenck say. And being able to see how far I 've come just makes me love it even more. One thing you should know about Talia Schenck is that she isnt lying when she says she loves field hockey. Schenck plays organize Field Hockey all year round, and even during her lightest season, she plays with her club four days a week. But time spent training with Lawrence High Field Hockey Team and Princeton Field Hockey Club often isnt enough for her.

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Awards and honors

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YearWinner
2010Stephanie Denino
2009Kristen Young
2008Elizabeth Keady
2007Kimberly Pearce
2006Heather Jackson
2005Katharine Maglione Rebecca Stewart
2004Lisa Rasmussen
2003Andrea Kilbourne
2002Aviva Grumet-Morris
2001Abbey Fox Lauren Hayes
2000Danielle Holtschlag
1999Elizabeth Shea
1998Tamara Orlow
1997Karen Chernisky Amanda Pfeiffer
1996Elizabeth Hill
1995Katherine Issel
1994Whitney Rogers
1993Ella Griffith
1992Christine Pillsbury
1991Mollie Marcoux
1990Eleanor Tydings

As another academic year comes to close, Princetonian Sports Editors present our end of Year awards for 2018-19. In her junior year, Alarie, already the reigning Ivy League Player Of Year, took her dominance over conference to a new level. She broke the PRINCETON single-season record with 22. 8 points per game and add 10. 6 rebounds per game and 2. 8 blocks per game. She recorded two forty-plus point games, scoring 45 at Columbia to set an Ivy League record and 41 at Dartmouth. She missed the first nine games of the season due to injury, and PRINCETON struggle, going 2-7 down that stretch. She returned to help the team win 20 of its last 23 games, securing the Ivy League regular season title, Ivy Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament berth. She was named Ivy Tournament Most Outstanding Performer and Ivy League Player Of Year. Kuffner concluded decorate PRINCETON career in his senior season, leading PRINCETON in scoring with 22 goals and 22 assists. In the process, he broke the program record for career goals, which he now holds with 75. He was named first-team All-American and was nominee for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the nation's top NCAA mens ice hockey player. After PRINCETON was eliminated from the ECAC conference Tournament, Kuffner signed with the Detroit Red Wings and played 10 games in the National Hockey League, all while finishing his senior thesis. In her first year at PRINCETON, Fillier established herself as not just one of the best first-years in the country, but as one of the best players. With 22 goals and 35 assists in 29 games, she leads the entire NCAA in scoring with a whopping 1. 97 points per game. Her scoring and playmaking abilities propelled her team to a 20-Game unbeaten Streak in the middle of the season and to its third-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, in which Fillier scored two goals in the Princetons 5-2 loss. Her long list of accolades includes second-team All America, National Rookie Of Year, and ECAC Rookie Of Year. Patrick Glory entered his first year as Princeton's second highest-rank recruit this century. Second-best in Tiger history wasnt good enough for him. He wrap up his Rookie season with a National fifth-place place finish, best ever for PRINCETON first-Year. Along the way, he rack up Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championship, 30 wins, and All-Ivy and All-American honors. Barstool Sports call him glorious and wrestler to watch. Head Coach Christopher Ayres called him incredible. He calls himself not do yet. There is no shortage of statistics to convey PRINCETON football's historic dominance during the 2018 season. The Tigers average 47 points per game offensively, and only allow 13 points per game on defense. They rush for 295. 5 yards per game and limit their opponents to 96. 1 per Game. Just two of their games were decided by single digits, 29-21 win against Harvard, and a 14-9 thriller against Dartmouth.

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Tigers in professional hockey

Tigers in professional hockey

PlayerTeamLeague
Denna LaingBoston PrideNWHL
Stephanie DeninoMontreal StarsCWHL
Megan Van Beusekom-SweerinMinnesota WhitecapsWWHL

PRINCETON, NJ-PRINCETON University may not seem relevant to the Times-Advocates coverage area, but the school has recently appointed Cara Gardner Morey as Head Coach of their Womens Hockey Team. Originally from Hensall, Cara is no stranger to the game of hockey. In fact, she made her way down to the United States when she was recruited to play hockey and attend Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. This came just after her graduation from South Huron District High School, and time with the London Devilettes Womens Hockey Team in London. From there on, she would spend four seasons playing defence for Brown University Bears and for the school Field Hockey Team while taking a course in human biology. It was a totally different world, Cara said about moving to Providence from Hensall. She would meet her husband Sean Morey at Brown, wide receiver / special teams player on the Brown Bears men's Football Team. After her time at Brown, Cara continued her hockey career in the National Womens Hockey League where she played for two teams, Montreal Wingstar in 2001-02 and Brampton Thunder during the 2002-03 season. Cara stepped away from hockey temporarily to join her husband, who had been banked by the National Football League New England Patriots. Sean played for the Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Pittburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals before retiring in 2010. Once her husband had retire, Cara said she decided to get a job of her own after a couple of years as a stay at home mom. I just say I think it my turn to get a job and I was looking at whether I was teacher, and Id always been interested in coaching, so I was thinking it might be something I want to do as career, say Cara. Officially, her coaching career began at Robert Morris University when she was assistant with schools National Collegiate Athletics Association Womens Hockey Team, but she was Head Coach of the midget level Phoenix Ladies U19 Team in Arizona from 2009-2011. My College Coach from Brown called me and told me there was a job at PRINCETON and Id be great for it, so I applied while living in Arizona, went for an interview and they decided I would be a great Coach and I got job as assistant, She said about getting on at PRINCETON in 2011. For six seasons, Cara worked alongside Jeff Kampersal, who had led PRINCETON Womens program for 21 seasons until his departure at the end of last hockey season. When Kampersal left, Cara was promoted to the head coaching position. She says she spends a lot of offseason recruiting female hockey players in parts of the US and even in Ontario. Coaching at NCAA level isnt all Cara has listed on her resume, as she was an assistant with Team Canada U18 that won silver at the World U18 International Ice Hockey Federation World Hockey Championships in 2016.

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