Senior Spotlight: Field Hockey

Senior Spotlight: Field Hockey

We move onto our team Senior Spotlights for the programs that were able to have a Senior Day during 2019-20. We would like to thank five Goucher field hockey players for their hard work and dedication to Goucher College and the field hockey program for the last four years.

 

2019 Goucher Field Hockey Senior Class

First we have a Newark, Delaware native, who appeared in 28 games including three starts in her career. She registered her first career point on an assist against Transylvania on September 1. She is majoring in biological sciences and the daughter of Fabienne and Kenneth. Ladies and gentlemen, No. 12 Nolwenn Daniels. DANIELS FULL BIO

 

    

Next we have a senior from Salisbury, Maryland, who appeared in 59 games including 34 starts in her career. She notched 10 goals and five assists for 25 points all in her final two seasons. In 2019, she ranked second on the team with nine goals and five assists for 23 points and was named the Landmark Conference Field Hockey Athlete of the Week earlier this year. She is majoring in psychology, anthropology/sociology and the daughter of  Charlene. Ladies and gentlemen No. 2 Danielle Johnson. JOHNSON FULL BIO

Next we have a Boothbay, Maine native, who appeared in 54 games including 37 starts in her career. She posted 13 goals and five assists for 31 points in her career. She had a career-high five goals and two assists for 12 points including a hat trick against Southern Virginia on September 7 in her senior campaign. She is majoring in environmental sciences and the daughter of Michelle and Jason. Ladies and gentlemen No. 6 Meghan Oakes. OAKES FULL BIO
 
Next we have a Huntington Beach, California native, who appeared in 48 games with 29 starts in her career. She notched her first collegiate goal against Ferrum on September 8. She is majoring in mathematics and the  daughter of Josephine and Lawrence. Ladies and gentlemen No. 18 Alexyss Pawlak. PAWLAK FULL BIO

 

 

 

Next we have a San Diego, California native, who appeared in 64 games including 37 starts in her career. She registered a goal and three assists for five points in her career. She scored a goal against Moravian as a sophomore and dished out an assist in each of her final three seasons. She is majoring in business management and the daughter of Sahlee and Rodel. Ladies and gentlemen No. 3 Madi Resolme. RESOLME FULL BIO