Kate Gogel, a goalkeeper out of Danielsville, Pennsylvania, is set to join the Saint Joseph's field hockey program this fall. She comes to Hawk Hill from Northampton High School and is a member of the WC Eagles club program.
Gibbsboro, New Jersey, native Jessica Maute is the latest to join the Saint Joseph's field hockey program in time for the fall season. She played her high school hockey at Eastern High School and is a member of the UPRISE Field Hockey Club.
Megan Brannen, a defender out of Millersville, Maryland, will join the Saint Joseph's field hockey program this fall. She is a product of the Severna Park High School and SPark Field Hockey Club programs.
Katie Karpinski, a midfielder and back from Crestwood High School, will join the Saint Joseph's field hockey program for the 2018 season. She is a native of Mountain Top, Pennsylvania, and is a member of the Electric Surge Field Hockey Club.
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association has announced its academic honors for the 2017 season, and the Saint Joseph's field hockey team featured 14 award winners. In addition, the Hawks earned the National Academic Team Award as well.
Fresh off the program's first Atlantic 10 championship in over two decades and its first NCAA Tournament appearance, the Saint Joseph's field hockey team is not resting on its laurels this spring. Instead, the Hawks will face a challenging slate that features a pair of last season's NCAA quarterfinalists.
Saint Joseph's junior forward Anna Willocks and sophomore goalkeeper Victoria Kammerinke were named to the 2017 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America squads on Tuesday afternoon. Willocks earned Second Team accolades for the second consecutive season, while Kammerinke was tabbed for the Third Team.
Saint Joseph's junior forward Anna Willocks was named the 2017 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Field Hockey Performer of the Year for the second consecutive season on Monday. She was joined on the Academic All-Area Team by sophomores Kathrin Bentz and Victoria Kammerinke in a vote conducted by the sports information offices of colleges and universities throughout the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
Saint Joseph's sophomore goalkeeper Victoria Kammerinke was named the ECAC Division I Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Year on Thursday morning, the organization announced. SJU head coach Lynn Farquhar was recognized as the ECAC Division I Coach of the Year as well.
Five members of the Saint Joseph's field hockey team earned Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Region honors, the NFHCA announced on Monday afternoon. Saint Joseph's is one of just 10 schools nationwide to have five All-Region honorees.
The 15th-ranked Saint Joseph's field hockey team saw its season come to an end on Saturday as the Hawks fell to #4 North Carolina, 4-0, in the First Round of the 2017 NCAA Field Hockey Championship at Virginia's University Hall Turf Field.
The Saint Joseph's field hockey team is set for its first-ever NCAA Field Hockey Championship appearance as the Hawks will head to Charlottesville, Virginia, to meet fourth-seeded North Carolina on Saturday morning. Game time is set for 11:30 a.m. at University Hall Turf Field.