Holy Cross field hockey head coach Lindsay Jackson and director of athletics Nathan Pine have announced the team's 2016 schedule.
Four Crusader athletes are among a group of graduating Holy Cross seniors who have been selected as winners of Academic Awards for the 2015-2016 school year. Seniors Erin Hillis of the women's swimming and diving team, Michelle McNeil of the field hockey team, Christopher Morgan of the men's basketball team and Castan Sommer of the men's ice hockey team are the athletes who have been honored. These individuals received their awards in a special presentation held in the Dinand Library on Thursday, May 26.
The Holy Cross field hockey program held its annual alumnae day on Sunday, April 17 at the Hart Turf Field. The alumnae played against the current Holy Cross team, followed by a tailgate afterwards with the team and parents.
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross field hockey team was one of 68 teams that earned the 2015 ZAG Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division I National Academic Team Award. In addition, 10 student-athletes were selected to the 2015 ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad.
WORCESTER, Mass. – Twelve members of the Holy Cross field hockey team earned a spot on the 2015 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the conference office. Senior Michelle McNeil (Canton, Mass.) headlines the team, as she was one of eight Patriot League seniors to be named to the Academic Honor Roll every season.
Holy Cross head field hockey coach Lindsay Jackson has announced the seven student-athletes who will join the Crusaders in the fall of 2016. They are Madeline Alderfer (Worcester, Pa.), Annie Croke (Hollister, Mass.), Philomena Fitzgerald (Alexandria, Va.), Danielle Fucci (Elmsford, N.Y.), Danielle McAdam (North Andover, Mass.), Megan Mulherin (Odenton, Md.) and Lexi Tilton (Bedford, N.H.).
Maxing Out For A Cure
Holy Cross athletics placed sixth in the nation in the NCAA Division I Team Works Competition presented by Helper Helper. The competition is based on how many community service hours each school contributes. Helper Helper is an application that serves as a charitable scoreboard, allowing student-athletes around the country to compete amongst their peers while serving surrounding communities and those in need. Users can keep track of their hours served and compare to other teams at their school and refer back to their initiatives at any time, such as when working on their resume or filling out job applications.
Holy Cross Ranked Sixth In The Nation In NCAA Team Works Competition
Holy Cross head field hockey coach Lindsay Jackson has announced the hiring of Hannah Richard as the program's assistant coach. Richard comes to Holy Cross after serving as an assistant coach at Bucknell University for the past two seasons.
An Unexpected Honor
Benching Throughout the Years