2023 Field Hockey Season Recap

Larry Levanti

The 2023 season was a record-breaking one for the St. Elizabeth’s field hockey team. The team had its best season in school history with a record of 12-4-2. The team also scored the most points in a season in school history with 156. They had notable wins over Mount St. Dominick, Newark Academy, Parsippany Hills, and Butler. Center-midfielder, Addison Heuck ’25, led the NJAC in assists for the season. Fiona Farrell ’24 led the team with 29 points and 11 goals.  Emerson Lezynski ’25 also was a crucial part of the offense with 10 goals. Center-back, Annie Rojack ’26 led the Panther defense, while also contributing 7 goals and 7 assists on defense. Goalie, Mia Foer ’24, had 78 saves on the season, which brings her career total to 160 saves. Kayle Brody ’25, Scarlett Claps ’25, Ella Delatush ’25, Tessa Koza ’25, Josie Speace ’27, and Abigail Villa ’24 also contributed with goals this season. Katie Callahan ’25, Kiersten Gann ’25, and Zoe MacWhannell ’25 all helped to cause many turnovers defensively for the Panthers.


Mia Foer was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. Annie Rojack earned Most Defensive Valuable Player, while the team’s captain, Fiona Farrell, earned Most Offensive Valuable Player. Addison Heuck won the Sportsmanship Award and Kayle Brody won the Blue & Gold Award. Congratulations on an amazing season Panthers!


Olivia Donlin ’26, Sienna Fleming ’27, Julia Garbarino ’26, Ciara Mulcahy ’27, and Josie Speace are young players to look out for to make an impact at the varsity level next season. While the team is losing crucial players with Fiona Farrell, Mia Foer, Sarah Heflin ’24, and Abigail Villa graduating, the majority of the varsity starters will be returning, so the Panthers are looking forward to another successful season next year!

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