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Coach Stuper: "'E' epitomizes the Yale student-athlete, as she is exceptional in the classroom as well as on the field. E's technical side of the game is her greatest strength. Her experience as a senior goalkeeper will add to our already stingy defense."
2005: Friedlander played in 11 games for the Bulldogs, starting nine. She shutout Sacred Heart 1-0, making five saves in the win. She had a season-high 17 saves at William and Mary, and made 15 while allowing just two goals against Northwestern. Friedlander made the NFHCA Division I National Academic Team and is a two-time honoree. 2004: Friedlander made her varsity debut, appearing in six games (five starts) and posting a 2.50 GAA and .696 save percentage. She also was named to the NFHCA's All-Academic squad. She earned a spot in U.S. Field Hockey Olympic Development A-Camp and was picked to train at USA Field Hockey's Elite Performance Training Center. 2003: Friedlander served as a backup to Krissy Nesburg '04, U-21 National Team goalie.
Mentor: John Kovach
Favorite Field Hockey Moment: The pile-on after beating Dartmouth in overtime
Favorite Quote: "Do not wait to strike until the iron is hot, but make it hot by striking." -- William B. Sprague
Favorite Book: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Favorite Movie: Love Actually
Career Aspiration: Architect