NFHCA announces 2022 Victory Sports Tours/Division III Senior Game

Oct 20, 2022 | 2022-2023, Division III, News

Photo Credit: Wellesley College Athletics

GENEVA, N.Y. — The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is proud to recognize the 60 members of the 2022 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division III Senior Game. All six NCAA Division III regions are represented on the list of 2022 honorees. The selected student-athletes were nominated by their NFHCA member coach and were chosen based on their career accomplishments. The selected seniors are given the opportunity to represent their institution while competing against their peers. This year, the Division III Senior Game will take place in conjunction with the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship in Glassboro, New Jersey.

The Senior Game is projected for 2:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 19, 2022, at Rowan University.

Senior Team members are listed alphabetically below, first by institution, then by last name. Alternates will take the spot of student-athletes who have been selected as participants but are unable to compete in the Division III Senior Game. Selected student-athletes will receive more detailed information via email, and alternates will be contacted individually as spaces become available.

2022 NFHCA Division III Senior Team

Brooke Spezialetti, Alvernia University
Natalie Hobbs, Amherst College
Beth Williamson, Amherst College
Brianne McGrath, Babson College
Maggie Titus, Bryn Mawr College
Amber Cieri, Cedar Crest College
Abby Asuncion, Christopher Newport University
Marcella Sabbagh, Christopher Newport University
Tyra Wingle, DeSales University
Brandy Troutman, Eastern Mennonite University
Claire Boncek, Endicott College
Darby Kloop, Franklin & Marshall College
Katie Roper, Franklin & Marshall College
Kaci Murray, Gwynedd Mercy University
Maura Holden, Hamilton College
Kiera Wax, Hamilton College
Sydney Gagnon, Hartwick College
Macy Brandwein, Ithaca College
Jacqueline Mirabile, Ithaca College
Anna Scott, Johns Hopkins University
Margaret Johnson, Johnson & Wales University
Jenna Flemings, Kean University
Peyton Mann, Kean University
Ashlyn Smith, Messiah University
Veronica Hardman, Ohio Wesleyan University
Victoria Docherty, Ramapo College
Brianna Duba, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Martha Hurley, Roanoke College
Bridget Guinan, Rowan University
Abby Hainsworth, Rowan University
Mack Dinopoulos, Salisbury University
McKenzie Mitchell, Salisbury University
Carrie Hughes, Skidmore College
Victoria Mellow, Smith College
Emily Franco, Stevens Institute of Technology
Lily Fox, SUNY Cortland
Maggie Phipps, SUNY Geneseo
Natasia Plunkett, SUNY New Paltz
Carly Waszczak, SUNY Oneonta
Erica Scheblein, SUNY Oswego
Jess Hatch, The College of New Jersey
Kileigh Pfluger, The College of New Jersey
Elle Fair, Trinity College
Schuyler Edie, Tufts University
Sam Gibby, Tufts University
Emily Dawson, Union College
Brittany Claybaugh, University of Lynchburg
Kessa Romero, University of Lynchburg
Kate Lindmark, University of New England
Lindsay Pych, University of New England
Karina Bridger, University of Rochester
Jordan Moore, Ursinus College
Kailey Fitzgerald, Washington and Lee University
Tess Muneses, Washington and Lee University
Lindsay Strong, Wellesley College
Diana Schwarz, Wesleyan University
Abby Burns, Western New England University
Jesse Schlosser, Widener University
Emily Saucier, Worcester State
Mya Gerena, York College of Pennsylvania


Kiley Marone, Cedar Crest College
Aoife Daly, Colby-Sawyer College
Brianna Lennon, Ithaca College
Carly Briggs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lauren Pickul, Montclair State University
Emily Wells, Moravian University
Maggie Farrell, Ramapo College
Mariah Tovar, Ramapo College
Allie Davis, Salisbury University
Jill Bove, Union College
Emily Yanes, University of Lynchburg
Emily Leonard, William Smith College
Nini Acquista, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Victory Sports Tours is the Official Sponsor of the NFHCA Collegiate Senior Game.

The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is a nonprofit organization serving field hockey coaches and supporters of the game from across the United States. The mission of the organization is to champion, strengthen, and celebrate field hockey coaches and the game. The NFHCA strives to cultivate and recognize the professional contributions of its membership and to foster and promote the growth of the sport. The NFHCA is responsible for providing a recognizable presence and voice in regard to legislation affecting the sport as well as interscholastic and intercollegiate programs.