Second-year member of the squad that has three years of eligibility remaining following the 2013 campaign • will battle for playing time at both the defense and midfield positions.
Appeared in four games for the Blue Hens • did not record any statistics in a season in which the Blue Hens collected 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.
Did not compete and retained freshman eligibility.
Standout at powerhouse Shawnee High School where she contributed to winning championships in each of her four years for head coach Renee Phelps • four-year starter who led field hockey team to four-year record of 70-16, three conference titles, and a Central Jersey title in 2010 • earned second team All-State Group 4, first team All-South Jersey, first team All-Burlington County, first team All-Courier Post as a senior, and first team all-conference as a senior • first team All-Burlington County and all-conference as a junior • scored 41 career goals and dished out 102 assists • key member of Spirit of USA Field Hockey Club under the leadership of Nancy McHale and Lori Hillman • also competed in track & field (long jump, 100 meters, javelin) and lacrosse at Shawnee • did design and layout for school yearbook.
Emily Rose Arnot ("are-not") • daughter of Tom and Ann Arnot • born Dec. 30, 1993 • art major at Delaware • youngest of three children • sister, Betsy, ran cross country and track & field at Quinnipiac University • both parents are graduates of Georgian Court College • worked as a camp counselor and coached at the Hollyshore's Field Hockey Academy during the summer • enjoys reading, surf-fishing and art • fan of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL).
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