13 - Mia Rosati
Mia Rosati
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Lower Gwynedd, Pa.
High School: Gwynedd Mercy Academy
Position: F
Major: Political science

2011 (Senior): Ended career 10th on Yale's career goals list (23) ... Second team All-Ivy League ... Tied for fifth in Ivy League with a pair of game-winning goals ... Tied for sixth in Ivy League in goals and tied for seventh in goals per game (nine in 17 games, 0.53 goals per game) ... Tied for second on team in goals ... Also had a pair of assists ... Appeared in all 17 games for the fourth straight season, making 12 starts ... Earned Major Y.

2010 (Junior): Started all 17 games ... Five goals, five assists.

2009 (Sophomore): Honorable mention All-Ivy League … Third on team with six goals … Also had one assist … Scored five of her six goals in the season’s final seven games … Extended streak of consecutive games started to 34 … Earned Major Y.

2008 (Freshman): Started all 17 games … Scored three goals and had two assists … Made debut Sept. 7 at Providence … Scored first career goal and had first career assist in 3-2 win at Dartmouth Oct. 18 … Had eight points in the season’s final seven games … Scored game-winning goal in overtime at Penn for 3-2 win Oct. 25 … Scored game-tying goal with 2:50 left, helping Yale to 2-1 win, at Columbia Nov. 1 … Earned Major Y.

High School: Team captain in 2007 ... First team all-state as a senior, second team all-state as a junior ... PA Field Hockey All-Academic team 2007 ... All-Intel (all-area) 2007 ... Philadelphia Field Hockey Senior All-Star 2007 ... Three-time Athletic Association of Catholic Academies Field Hockey All-Star (2005-2007) ... Led team in scoring three times ... Won team's coach's award 2007 ... Team was district semi-finalist in 2007 and district qualifier in 2006 ... AACA playoffs in 2007 ... Also captained lacrosse team and won team's Monarch (Coach's) award ... Lacrosse team was three-time district semifinalists (2005-2007) ... Earned four varsity letters in field hockey and three in lacrosse ... Was a Gwynedd Mercy Academy Ambassador ... Member of the Student Council and Spirit Club.

USA Field Hockey: Trained with U.S.A. Women's National Indoor Team in winter of 2011-12 ... Five-year USFHA Futures participant ... Won two gold medals playing for the WC Eagles at the National Festival tournament … National Indoor U16 pool winner in 2006, National Indoor U19 "A" Pool winner in 2007, National Indoor U19 "A" Pool second place in 2008 with WC Eagles ... Also won gold medal at 2007 Disney Showcase with WC Eagles.

Notes: Member of Timothy Dwight College.

Why Yale? I chose Yale not only for its rich tradition, excellent academic opportunities and diverse community, but also for the knowledgeable and experienced coaching staff.

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