|High School:||Rudolf Steiner Schule|
|Major:||Economics and International Studies|
2011 (Senior): Academic All-Ivy League ... NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree for the fourth time ... Second team NFHCA All-Mideast Region for the second time ... Unanimous first team All-Ivy League for the second time ... Finished career as Yale's all-time leader in assists (44) ... Also ended career tied for sixth on Yale's career points list (15-44-74) ... Finished fifth in the country in assists per game (16 in 17 games, 0.94 assists per game) ... Third in Ivy League in assists and assists per game (16 in 17 games, .94 assists per game) ... Tied for second on Yale's single-season assist leader list with 16 ... Tied for eighth in Ivy League in points and points per game (3-16-22 in 17 games, 1.29 points per game) ... Second on team in assists and tied for third on team in points ... Had three assists in a game three times ... Started all 17 games for the fourth straight season ... Earned Major Y.
2010 (Junior): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree for the third time … Academic All-Ivy League ... First team NFHCA All-Mideast Region ... Unanimous first team All-Ivy League ... Started all 17 games ... Led team in assists with 15, one shy of school record at the time ... Second on team in points with 19 ... Scored two goals.
2009 (Sophomore): Second team NFHCA All-Mideast Region … Second team All-Ivy League … NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Tied for sixth in Ivy League, and second on team, with eight assists … Sixth in Ivy League with 59 shots … Fourth on team with 16 points, including four goals … Scored goal vs. Brown Nov. 7 that was assisted by Ashley McCauley ’10, giving McCauley a tie for the Yale career points lead … Assisted on goal by McCauley vs. Brown Nov. 7 that gave McCauley Yale record for points in a career with 100 … Extended streak of consecutive starts to 34 … Earned Major Y.
2008 (Freshman): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Tied for ninth in Ivy League, and second on team, with five assists … Second on team with six goals and 17 points … Made debut Sept. 7 at Providence… Scored first career goal against UConn Sept. 10 … First career assist came in 6-1 win vs. Sacred Heart Sept. 21 ... Scored goals in three straight games Oct. 26 to Nov. 2 … Earned Major Y.
Club Team: Played for der Club an der Alster ... Won German Championship in 2005 ... Second place at outdoor German Championship and won indoor European Cup in 2006 ... Captained Hamburg City State team in 2004 ... Second place in German Cup (outdoors) with Hamburg City State team in 2003, third place in 2004 ... Also was third place indoors in 2003 and 2004.
Notes: First Yale field hockey player from outside North America since Roxanna Keen '87 of Argentina won minor Ys in 1983 and 1984 … Older brother, Max, and older sister, Rebecca, have both played for German National Team … Comes from same German city, Hamburg, as former Yale women’s ice hockey forward Denise Soesilo … Hobbies include horseback riding, cinema and theater … Member of Pierson College.
Why Yale? I chose Yale because it is the most amazing place and community I have ever been to. In addition, I find that the opportunities offered by Yale are highly attractive.