A Season for the Record Books
Pacific Field Hockey had their winningest season in school history going 16-5. Averaging 4.38 goals per game (2nd in the Nation), the Tigers had their highest scoring year in school history.
Kriekie van Wyk: 22 goals (2nd most in Pacific history in a single season), 13 assists (2nd most), 57 points (2nd most). She was 4th in the nation in goals and points. Van Wyk earned herself four conference awards in her first year as a Tiger including Offensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
Ash Rutherford 14 assists (Pacific single-season record). Rutherford also won All-Conference recognition for being All-Rookie. She was one of five Tigers to break the top ten in Pacific history for points in a single season (8th)
With the 3rd highest single-season scoring record and 2nd most career points in Tiger history, Savannah Burns earned herself All-Conference honors.
Laura Pujade finishes her career having started in all 60 games she appeared in, including a streak of starting every one of the Tigers' last 59 games over the last three seasons. Pujade owns two of the top five lowest GAA marks in Pacific history with her 1.77 this year and 1.81 last season. She won 33 games in her career, the most ever by a goalkeeper, and had ten shutouts, second-most in Pacific history.
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