The 2018 GameTimeCT All-State Field Hockey Team. Compiled by Dan Nowak. Photos by Hearst Connecticut Media, Journal-Inquirer of Manchester and The Day. Designed by Pete Paguaga.
Player of the Year
Honors: Named CHSCA field hockey Player of the Year at the recent all-state banquet.
Notes: Has field hockey genes – her mother Heather is the Suffield coach and her grandmother Rebecca Waters played field hockey at Towson State.
Up next: Committed to play at UConn.
Notes: Led Cheshire to Class L final. One of the top all-around players in the state who contributed on both ends of the field.
Up next: Committed to play field hockey at Boston University
Notes: Defensive standout who played a big role in the team’s transition game. Led team to Class S semifinals.
Up next: Committed to play at Dartmouth.
Notes: One of the top defensive standouts in the state.
Up next: Committed to play at Trinity College
Notes: Contributed in many phases of the game including scoring, defense and playmaking. Led Mustangs to Class S final where they beat Granby 3-0.
Stats: 19 shutouts this season
Notes: Led Cheshire to Class L final
Notes: Scored two goals in Class L 2-0 win over Cheshire in the championship game.
Notes: Considered another top all-around player by coaches throughout the state. She was part of a very strong front line that dominated on offense in most games.
Notes: Contributed on both ends of the field.
Honors: Selected for the 2017 AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Up next: Committed to play field hockey at Columbia.
Stats: She broke the school’s single season scoring record with 35 goals.
Up next: Committed to play at Brown
Notes: One of the key reasons Guilford won the SCC tournament title and Class M title (3-1 win over Sacred Heart Academy).
|Shea Van den Broek||Darien||Sr.|
|Taylor Dostie||Sacred Heart Academy||Sr.|
|Amy Raucci||North Branford||Sr.|