7 Whitney Quackenbush
7 Whitney Quackenbush
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Manhasset, N.Y.
High School: Manhasset
Position: GK

2010: Honorable mention All-Ivy League ... Played every minute of every game, finishing with a .492 save percentage and a 9.93 goals-against average.

2009: Second team IWLCA All-Northeast Region ... Only other freshmen to be honored with All-Region selection were midfielder Ally Carey of Vanderbilt (second team All-Midwest/West), goalkeeper Sarah Geary of Old Dominion (second team All-South) and attacker Alayna Markwordt (second team All-Midwest/West) ... Honorable Mention All-Ivy League ... Settled in as Yale's starting goalkeeper in the second game of the season ... Finished 12th in the country in goals-against average (9.17) and 14th in save percentage (.492) ... Just the third time in the last 20 years Yale has had a freshman goalie register a save percentage that high ... Second in the Ivy League in save percentage and third in goals-against average ...Led defense that ranked 13th in the country in scoring defense (9.19 goals allowed per game) ... Yale held its opponent below its season goals-per-game average 14 times in 16 games ... Had six double-digit save games, including a season high of 14 in Yale's 7-4 win over UMass in the Bulldogs' first game at their new home, Reese Stadium.  

At Manhasset High School: Three-sport athlete who captained lacrosse, basketball, and swim team... Lacrosse team won county championship in all four years... Honorable mention All-American, Academic All-American, and All-Long Island lacrosse team senior year... All-county in lacrosse and basketball as senior and from eighth grade through senior year in swimming.

Personal: Whitney Quackenbush is the daughter of Christopher and Traci Quackenbush... Has two younger siblings, Christopher and Kelsey... Worked as lifeguard at Manhasset Bay Yacht Club... Intends to major in Economics and become investment banker... Ezra Stiles College Resident.