4 - Erica Borgo
Erica Borgo
Height: 5-2
Year: So.
Hometown: Randolph, N.J.
High School: Randolph
Position: F
Major: Undeclared

2011 (Sophomore): First team All-Ivy League ... Finished second in the country in assists per game, setting school single-season assist record (17 in 17 games) ... Led team in assists and second on team in points (5-17-27) ... Ended season sixth on Yale's career assists list (24) ... Tied career high with six points (2-2-6) in 9-1 win vs. Sacred Heart Sept. 18 ... Had career-high four assists in 7-0 win vs. Brown Nov. 5, helping Yale clinch a share of the Ivy League title ... Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 win at Penn Oct. 23, Yale's only one-goal win in league games (five other league wins were by a combined 22 goals) ... Started all 17 games for the second straight season ... Earned Major Y.

2010 (Freshman): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Second team All-Ivy League ... Started all 17 games ... Led team in points (23) and tied for team lead in goals (eight) ... Second in Ivy League in assists and assists per game (17 in 17 games, 1.00 assists per game) ... Tied for third in Ivy League in points (5-17-27) ... Fifth in the Ivy League in points per game (5-17-27 in 17 games, 1.59 points per game) ... Tied for fifth in Ivy League with a pair of game-winning goals ... Had six points (2-2-6) in first career game.

USA Field Hockey: Competed for North team at 2012 USA Field Hockey National Championship ... Selected for USFHA National Futures Championship in 2008 and 2009.

High School: All-area and all-state 2009 … Team captain and led team with 22 goals and 14 assists as a senior … Team was State Sectional Champions in 2009 … All-conference and all-county 2007-2009 … Team MVP 2007 … Team Dedication/Desire/Determination Award 2006 … Also played lacrosse.

Club Team: Played for The Edge … Won three National Outdoor Championships … Won two National Indoor Championships.

Notes: Has participated in Girl Scouts for 11 years, receiving ultimate Gold Award in 2009 … Father played baseball for Monmouth.

Why Yale? “Yale has the distinction of coupling a great academic university with a great field hockey program; things I have always looked for in a school. Having the opportunity to play under the direction of both Coach Stuper and Coach Durante is yet another amazing facet this university has to offer.”