Field Hockey Program
The Saints field hockey program has traditionally enjoyed success on a conference, regional and national level and is one of the University's most frequent post-season participants. The Saints were NCAA regional finalists in 2001 and were 2000 and 2002 ECAC Mid-Atlantic Champions. The team was Liberty League regular-season co-champions in 2006, 2008 and 2009. They have posted an 132-74 record in the last 12 seasons, and established the best record in program history in 2001, going 13-3.
With team success come individual honors, and the Saints have been well represented on the league, state, regional and national levels in recent seasons. The Saints have produced 10 national All-America players, 19 regional All-Americas, two league Players of the Year, three league Rookies of the Year and five North-South All-Stars in the last eight seasons. Academically, the team has earned NFHCA National Academic honors and has produced two NYSWCAA Scholar-Athlete Award winners. Saint field hockey players also won St. Lawrence's top Scholar-Athlete Award for seniors in both 2004 and 2005.
The Saint field hockey team
annually competes against some of the top programs in the Northeast and has
been highly successful throughout its history. The Saints face William Smith,
Skidmore, Rensselaer, Hamilton, Rochester, Vassar and Union
in Liberty League competition.
Non-league opponents typically include perennial national power Cortland, two out of region teams in the William Smith Invitational and Hartwick among others.
2011 Field Hockey Circuit Workouts
|2012 Pre-Season Testing (PDF)||41.33 KB|
|2012 Mile Pace Timings & Treadmill Speeds (PDF)||53.98 KB|
|team and individual records.pdf||121.79 KB|
|Top 5 by Category.pdf||160.09 KB|
|field hockey year by year.pdf||140.06 KB|