THIS IS TOWSON FIELD HOCKEY
Tradition
All-Conference Success
For the first nine years of their membership in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), the Tigers have had at least one player earn a spot on either the All-CAA First Team or All-CAA Second Team.

Eleven different players have earned All-CAA honors for the Tigers highlighted by 2009 graduate, Christina Boarman, and 2004 graduate, Julie Lambi. Both were three-time selections.

Also included in that group of 11 Tigers earning All-CAA honors is Katie DeFilippo (pictured), who garnered All-CAA First Team status following her senior campaign in 2011.  She finished her career ranked fifth on Towson's all-time points list (61), while also joining Boarman and Lambi as the only Towson Field Hockey players to receive All-CAA First Team accolades.

In addition, seven players have been named to the All-CAA Rookie Team, with the most recent being Kathleen Morris in 2010.

Seven players earned all-conference honors while Towson competed in the America East, led by Kelly Brahy earning a spot on the first team in 1997.

The Century Mark
Only two Tigers have recorded more than 100 points during their careers: Christina Boarman and Julie Lambi.

Boarman (pictured right) finished her career as the leading scorer in program history, tallying 128 career points with 46 goals and 36 assists in her career. Each of those figures are Towson field hockey records.

In addition, Boarman holds the single-season records for goals (20) and points (55).

Lambi is the program's other 100+ career point-scorer. She finished her career with 44 goals and 23 assists for a total of 111 points.


NFHCA Honors
Since 1987 there have been 18 Tigers who have earned Mid-Atlantic All-Regional honors from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA).

Four of those 18 players have earned first team honors, including Lambi, who was a two-time first-team selection.

Katie DeFilippo is the most recent Tiger to earn NFHCA recognition, landing on the All-Region Second Team following the 2011 season.

In addition to the all-region honors, the Tigers have had numerous individuals earn a spot on the NFHCA Division I National Academic Team. Since 1996, the Tigers have had at least one player earn a spot on the national academic team, with most players earning the honor in multiple years.