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Schedule

FIELD HOCKEY
Sep 17 - FINAL
Penn State
Penn State
0
Delaware
Delaware
2
FIELD HOCKEY
Sep 22 - FINAL
UAlbany
UAlbany
3
Delaware
Delaware
2
FIELD HOCKEY
Sep 24 - FINAL
Connecticut
Connecticut
1
Delaware
Delaware
0
FIELD HOCKEY
Sep 29 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
4
Drexel
Drexel
0
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 1 - FINAL
Lafayette
Lafayette
0
Delaware
Delaware
9
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 8 - FINAL
James Madison
James Madison
2
Delaware
Delaware
5
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 14 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
1
Saint Joseph's
Saint Joseph's
2
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 15 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
8
Columbia
Columbia
1
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 20 - FINAL
William & Mary
William & Mary
1
Delaware
Delaware
3
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 22 - 12:00 PM
Towson
Towson
Delaware
Delaware
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 27 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
6
Hofstra
Hofstra
0
FIELD HOCKEY
Oct 29 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
5
Northeastern
Northeastern
1
FIELD HOCKEY
Nov 3 - FINAL
Northeastern
Northeastern
1
Delaware
Delaware
3
FIELD HOCKEY
Nov 3 - 6:00 PM
James Madison vs. William & Mary
Delaware
Delaware
FIELD HOCKEY
Nov 5 - FINAL
William & Mary
William & Mary
0
Delaware
Delaware
3
FIELD HOCKEY
Nov 11 - FINAL
Penn State
Penn State
2
Delaware
Delaware
1
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Meghan Winesett
Player Profile:
Meghan Winesett 1686254
Position: Forward
Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Centreville, Va.
High School: Westfield HS
Club: Rampage
Major: Human Services
Experience: 4 Letters


AT DELAWARE
Four-time letter winner who graduated from the University of Delaware in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in human services with a minor in public policy • Longstreth/NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region honoree • two-time All-CAA selection • finished career in the top 15 of five statistical categories – assists (t-seventh; 21), games played (ninth; 83), game-winning goals (t-11th; 7), points (13th; 91) and goals (t-13th; 35) • led the Blue Hens to four CAA Tournament trophies, two CAA regular season titles and the 2016 NCAA Division I Championship.

 
2016 SEASON
Team captain alongside classmates Esmée Peet and Maura Zarkoski • helped guide the Blue Hens to the program's first-ever NCAA Division I Championship while registering a team-record and nation-best 23 victories and 90.2 winning percentage • missed first career games as she sat out the first eight games of the season after undergoing back surgery in January • named to the CAA All-Tournament Team after tallying two goals in Delaware's 4-1 victory over James Madison (Nov. 6) to clinch the team's fourth straight CAA title • selected to participate in the NFHCA North-South Senior All-Star Game as an alternate, but unable to partake due to team's involvement with the NCAA Tournament • ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad • team SAAC representative in addition to sophomore Michaela Scanlon • member of the SAAC leadership group as the governance committee chair.
 
2015 SEASON
Played in all 22 contests for the three-time CAA Champion Hens • finished season with 23 points on a career-best 10 goals and three assists • ranked 99th nationally with 0.45 goals per game • averaged 1.05 points per • notched two goals in season-opening win at Central Michigan (Aug. 28) • also posted two goals against No. 20 Princeton (Sept. 13) and Hofstra (Nov. 6) • two goals against the Pride tied a program CAA Tournament record • added an assist versus the Tigers for a total of five points • collected the game-winning goals versus William & Mary (Oct. 2) and Hofstra (Nov. 6) • ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA National Academic Squad • CAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll • member of Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society) • earned the PNC Bank Student-Athlete Achiever Award for Feb. 13.

2014 SEASON
Appeared in 22 games while starting 17 for the back-to-back CAA Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Blue Hens • All-CAA Second Team honoree • finished tied for third on the team with 19 points • five assists also good to tie for third while placing fourth for UD with seven goals • named Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week after registering a career-best six points with first career hat trick in team's 5-3 win at William & Mary (Oct. 5) • collected first goal of the season versus Pacific (Aug. 30) • followed with an assist on Sept. 1 against California • dished out an assist to Jacki Coveleski in CAA semifinals victory over William & Mary (Nov. 7) • underwent back surgery following the season • CAA Academic Honor Roll.

2013 SEASON
Rewrote the Delaware history books in her first year with a CAA-leading nine assists, a new program record for a freshman • started 21 of 22 games for a Blue Hen squad that tallied a program-record 17 victories in addition to earning both the CAA regular season and tournament championships en route to the fifth NCAA Tournament berth in school history • All-CAA Second Team and All-Rookie Team selection • Longstreth/NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team • CAA All-Tournament Team • Synapse Sports All-Rookie Team • CAA Rookie of the Week for Sept. 24, Oct. 22 and Nov. 5 • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for Sept. 23 • third on the team with 27 points (9g, 9a) • averaged 1.23 points per game • key component of a dangerous Blue Hens offense that ranked sixth in the NCAA with a 3.22 scoring average and ninth with 2.59 assists per game • scored two goals in first career game in team's 5-2 victory over Ohio on Sept. 1 • collected a season-high five points on two goals and one assist at Bucknell on Sept. 22 • posted game-winning goal in 3-2 win at Columbia on Oct. 20 • NFHCA National Academic Squad.

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year varsity starter for Westfield High School under head coach Starr Karl • helped lead the Bulldogs to a 20-3 record as a senior • team went a combined 76-10 in her four seasons • tallied 66 goals and 51 assists in four seasons • led the All-Met Area with 27 goals and 18 assists as a senior • following senior campaign, was named the Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year, NFHCA Third Team All-American and South Region All-American • also a two-time Virginia AAA First Team All-State, Northern Region Player of the Year, Concord District Player of the Year, team MVP and team captain • three-time First Team All-Region and First Team All-District • named the Westfield High School Sports Woman of the Year in 2012 • guided the Rampage Club Team to the 2012 NIT Pool C Championship and 2010 Festival Pool Championship • also played two seasons of lacrosse • member of the Student Government Association and Peer Mediation/Mentoring.

PERSONAL
Meghan Eileen Winesett (“wine—sett”) • born July 20, 1995 in Alexandria, Va. • daughter of Sharon and Archie Winesett • has two siblings, AJ and Erin • majoring in human services • enjoys snowboarding, golfing and hiking • favorite sports teams include the Washington Capitals, Redskins and Nationals • chose Delaware because it has the ideal combination of strong academics and exceptional athletics • also felt that UD was exactly the size she was looking for and it has a beautiful campus • grew up playing ice hockey.

CAREER HIGHS
Points: 6 at William & Mary (10/5/14)
Goals: 3 at William & Mary (10/5/14)
Assists: 2 – 2x, last vs. Villanova (11/3/13)
Shots: 6 – 3x, last vs. Penn (10/16/16)
SOG: 5 – 3x, last vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/8/13)

  CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG GW PS-Att. Cnr DSv
2013 22/21 9 9* 27 53 36 1 0-0 0 0
2014 22/17 7 5 19 38 25 1 0-0 0 0
2015 22/10 10 3 23 22 17 2 0-0 0 0
2016 17/15 9 4 22 25 14 3 0-0 0 0
 TOTAL 83/63 35 21 91 138 92 7 0-0 0 0

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* - Delaware single-season freshman record

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