|Emily Winslow 22
Plays with remarkable poise and confidence...A true student of the game who continues to improve throughout her career...Two sport athlete at Siena (Lacrosse).
2006: NFHCA National All-Academic Team selection...Selected to the NEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...Had a standout junior campaign, leading the team with three assists (Lock Haven - 9/24, Saint Francis - 9/29 and Monmouth - 10/13)...Tallied three points...Started all 14 games played.
2005: NFHCA National All-Academic Team selection...NEC Valley National Bank Scholar Athlete...Started all 14 games played...Led team with four goals on 20 shots and eight points...Scored one game-winning goal.
2004: NFHCA National All-Academic Team selection...Started all 14 games played...Tallied one assist and one point...Attempted six shots.
BEFORE SIENA: Lettered three years of varsity field hockey, three years of varsity lacrosse and two years of varsity basketball at Webster Schroeder...Named First Team All-County in field hockey her junior and senior years...Named Second Team in lacrosse those same years...WABO Scholar Athlete her senior year...WABO Triple Crown recipient that same year...Member of the 2003 Western Region Empire State Games Field Hockey Team...MVP in field hockey and lacrosse her senior year.
PERSONAL: Born November 11, 1986...The daughter of Brian and Amy Winslow...A biology major...Has twin younger brothers and an older brother, Ted, who attends Mercyhurst College.
BEST THING ABOUT SIENA FIELD HOCKEY: "What I like best about Siena Field Hockey is our potential for this season. I think that the best part of Siena Field Hockey is that we're at a new and exciting starting point for the program. We've got two new coaches, a bunch of new recruits and a nice new turf, so it presents us with the opportunity to make our mark in the Siena athletic community and NEC as well. I've been anticipating my senior season for three years now and I just can't wait to see how it unfolds."