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|Major:||Early Childhood Education|
2012: Enters into her junior season after putting together a quality sophomore year . . . gained even more experience that will allow her to be even more productive in 2012 ... is a talented forward . . . possesses solid stick skills . . . sees the field exceptionally well . . . has the ability to perform well in the center of the field.
2011: Appeared in all 20 games with 18 starts . . . played a total of 1005 minutes during the season . . . scored six goals . . . had seven assists . . . ended the season with 19 points . . . took a total of 41 shots with 25 on goal . . . had a single-game high two goals and five points during the Sep. 3 game against Roanoke . . . took a single-game high six shots vs. Shenandoah on Sep. 15.
2010: Played in 19 of York's 20 games during her freshman campaign . . . drew 14 starts . . . scored five goals and notched two assists on the season . . . first collegiate goal came in the Spartans' 6-0 triumph over Albright on September 4 as that tally proved to be the game-winner . . . posted a goal and an assist in York's 3-0 win over Stevenson in the Spartans' first Capital Athletic Conference contest of the season on September 9.
Personal: Is an early childhood education major . . .the daughter of Arthur and Kathy Brewer . . . born on November 25, 1991 . . . played club hockey for First State Diamonds . . . was a National Honor Society student in high school . . . names her brother, Conor, as the person she most admires . . . hobbies include soccer and being with friends . . . favorite athlete is Paul Pierce . . . chose York because of its distance from her home, size, and overall campus . . . lists her most significant athletic achievement as been named the MVP for her high school field hockey team . . . Most memorable athletic moment while at york is scoring her first goal . . . after graduation she plans on becoming a teacher and coaching a field hockey team . . . carries a 3.33 cumulative GPA . . . made Dean’s List in the spring of 2011.